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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 4, 1766, London, Middlesex Daily rim o A j A NO A R Y 166 Indjte BdULTON received a letter by the fenny PfaAtttdtie Pro ikfctfut to any mrniK before ten tit eonttnts thereof ana tot name of remain HBG yorUr acceptance of nay moft grateful V for tlie honour you have this day conferred ipon in reeleftjng me to fei ve in parliament for great maritime As I neverprefuniedto expect your approbation en chum than that of a diligent and faith ful application of my time and labours your ier I can only for f your ia by hewini a cohftant attentionto the of a zeatous attachment to the Li and a particular foUiciuide for the welfare of I Tbitdy if friee Dedicated to theRight the WarfcvrQrth rpHE ENTERTAINING in being acolleftioa of above 500 judicious finart and flioft tforiesf from the belt French and from the celebrated books in AWA t The whole forming a treasure of moral and of far greater benefit to learners than the Dia logues ufuaily given in By L OC K M A Author of the tfiftory of and Raman Hif by Quftftion and Printed fer in the The very favourable reception this work meets with in oar makes all farther re emmendatiptvf it ontytceffary v VAILLAW facing South mported by in the ou des Arts fe 1tiidyaret r two foitewUng written by Madame le cince 4e i T a V Memoirs tyJadame la Barronne de Bat te bs bad folio wing w by tbe fame author bothin Fitncti ajid Le Enfsnsj i La 3 printed for opppfxte Catherme4treet m the Straadj bookfrller to misen ordre par Di 8e o volumes de Planches fur les Artslibd les Arts a avec leurs Ibeje eleven volumes do complete this valuable tbe ytb of January iuUl be In Jt 6 U R VO L U O C T A V price bound PLAYS of SHAKESPEARE eiflff die whole number printed in his life or before the To which are the Sonnets frotn the original and true Cbiomde Hiftory of King printedin before Shakefpeare Col7 thm were and pab Lorry de 5c Morbis z Obferyations fur par Aiiteurde 1Effai far Obfervations for les Peuples Barbares qui ont ha bite les bords du Danube du Pont avec la Relation dun Voyage a a a des en forme de par de z 4to Hiftoire des pa Memoires de Dun z Nouvelle Hiftoire depuis la Fonda tien la juiqua la iaix par Des 6 Eflai fur je Patriotifine Porte fueille dun Homme de a Adelaide du LOrpheline inal ii Bay price prints of after theori fmgs of Done in Solrfat the print warehoufe in UlmiH JJT and in Cornhill moil of nt in London and Oxford arid of the at in near Solio y wJwre the lubYcribers are de fired tejfend for their A filietf t To the P R I N T E k pleafed bis Ma jefty to orders certain Right Ho nourable Gentleman to be fworn of the the pens of feveial Germanized Britons have charter j and IMHlltf tt Preent Adminiftration have tjeen condemned tor bringing hirn into public Numberlefs fneers have been victirh to German no longer Tlie Britifh troops are not at this day wanted to affift tie private intereft of an and to be ordered to march tor without ib much as coiiiuiting the L S has quam Jfos Stue AUtem nemo atbuc docuercttnee trot quantum vt fffent Giceronis L Printed for and the btraad at the Qaftleftreet j and Tins day it Elegantly printed in on a new letter and iu perW caatinued witfcmt tHl the work b r NU MB ER L of New and Literal Tranflation of all the books At 4 S i This which makes two volumes is printed a nw and fuperfine crown Eive t itched in blue BOOKS imported by in Kuiiel TOSEPHUS a Clericus in Lucianus 4 4 Antiquite de reL magnif Fables avec 4 tres Memoires dilAcademic des 31 Oeuvrea de 5 con difegm di 5 is Oeuvres deCornell a i Fhitafobbe Chr Contes de will be V The firft number will be publiflied JJHWity 4i and every till the whole be com P The work will be comprfed in feventythree Prtntedfor iri Lndgateftreet and fold by all other Bookfellers in GreatBritain and who to have work cotn jjjay have neatly price 4 price With aa addition Kitchens new improved map of the with the miles andmeaftired dilt Contes e 3 1 r Giv 3 Erreurs Penfees de a 10 Oeuvres de la Mothe le 14 Poetique de i Oeuvres de Diftionaire 4 i de a de 3 Sermons de 3 18 a made againft and the pooreft invecYives b2ai propagated both iw print and in as if wiis totally unfit to have any fiiare in public af been the tmhappinefs of that that he has long laboured under the frowns of his country 5 and the lower clafs cf people have been tutsreJ to echo his name with the addition ot ieveral epithets j with what juftice may be eafily by thofe wliofe intereli it was to raife fiich an againit a noble fubject and a worthy 1 he charge of tlifobedience to the orders of a Ger man at the time O mame to Britain t Bfirijl troops fought under tlie command of foreign is the hinge on which this abufe turns and that he was found guilty of Inch difoHedience by a Court Martial and iu confequence of that difmifled from all military is deemed fuf ficient to brand him wirh by thofe who either do or will not reflsdl on the evidence againit and the of the hauy and contufM orders which he is faid to have Had no otlier but AntiSejamts drawn his pen againft this Honourable I fhould deemed that writer whole impudence and falihood is miiverfaHy known meriting any I would have to have brought the character of Drances to and have no occahon to ojipofe that and nobly IiinJer the carrying thoie under his command from being cut off from the power cf returning their coun tries afliftance then threatened with an inraiion Therefore tliis time will permit people to land that wag even on the Court Martial of his of uerbnl except the aflcrtion of cue who might per haps then have a turn to lei vt which was toitfra dieted by feveral Officers of known valour and integrity and by taking the part of truth though at that time the the the oppreffed fue could exped no no return but of the juil caule of an injured brother Did this Right t able Gentleman negiecl any neceljary of his troops Was henot found by the Gfnerais Aid de Camps in his ttation Did he not toget his orders to where the General thren was which fuppofsdtobenot free from danger for if it if a Commander in Chief is always conoitrwg far from harm why fuch eulcgia on bis In by whofe orders were the artil lery which did fuch iervice If this is the as it mod afibredly why then this newrailed clamour againit his being re ftored to aft ip a civil capacity Inrtead of condemn ought we not rather to applaudhis Msjeftys jnftice and and our M millers wlio Jeek to tlie followers of this Or that but all who hav ablities to lerve couritry and aid it with fain ary Councils Before I I mull beg his Lofdmips don for having made him the fhbjecl of this I kaow I have had a tender point to treat but I was urged by my love for to one whom I have ever thought to be unjoltly persecuted at the fame time I mutt declare to tbe cvi the of a that I have never io much as his or had any applied it to LordG dice every CUMMJNGSs PERPETUAL interleaved vrith his patent wJth the rooft ufeful and necef fery it is bound into a ftrongletter vritba good fold bv pocket and patentee for the inven tion of write on with pencil or and rub oft at the Golden the corner Lud Merchants maybe ferved with all kiftd of letwrc or with or without in all thedifFerent on the bell and at he being mVy likswitt depend on meeting with tbe BEST of instruments in pocket A firii fioor to with Enquire as CEPHALIC P an abfolnte remedy agsuvft all kinds of dilerders of the brain aud nerves5 and without give ef in half the half the expance neceitary for the obtaining a cure by any ether me iicine rfrajoy any hyfberic aftec and give a moll cordial relief inbreeding head and every dil attends rendering even bleed ing their virtues are powerfulin any dilbrder of ehhr as a mania or phrenitis nanykind of and lias removed the ftrongeft with lols of in a tew fioursT They are equally beneficial in paralytic dif by exceedingly promoting a itjotion of theblood and jnices 5 open fortify the cpniiitute a juvenile and agreeably wirh a generous warmth and balmy moilhire Their fuperior virtues have been fuiJy proved in the giddinefs in workings in the ftpmach or and give fpeedy relief in hypochondriac by totally melancholy enforcing a brighi lively dilpufuion and infpiring mirth and gladnefs heart fp and n the who finds himfelf grievoufly deprefTed at going to by taking one dofe will rife in the morning poflefled wf a moft aiyi an agreeable They arefold in parcels at and with printed direc 111 Chan Fryers floorcloth oppo fite in the Strand and at Cromp tlis BTiif1Ancliarf Bail Little Khis day is price Iljuftrated with a favonrite new long doneupon copper for different and two excel lent engravings the one a very elegant print of the prelent Queen of eiteemed a jtitt like and the ether an admirable and fcene in the ftory ol the unfortunate Abbe de Ranee N U M B E R of THE COURT MISCELLANY LADYs NEW MAGAZINE For Containing amongft a great the foliowihg interesting A poetical epiftle from thece kbrated Abbe de Ranee a written at the Abbey of tranflated by Memoirs of Mainial the prefent of Conclusion of the Good a moral Felti vals and diverfions among the French in former Strictures on the profeflion of an of Whytt on the cure of nervous tiforia An effay on a prit of liemarkb dif ferent eflkys of A letter from a geii t eman in Upon unfortunate Con ctufion of the Memoirs of the Duke of Obfenrations on the ftate of American Ai account of the as altered from Wy An account of the Summers with re Conclusion ofyoith and indifcretion an A letter from a traveller in Remarks on the Enjlirti with comparative view of the merit of our actors and thole ofother Confederations on the bad confe quences arifing froTi London Cu rious obfervations make by a young gentleman who recovered his An efFay in praife of good liv An eflay in praife of good An eilay on popular Various pieces of Printed for JUchardfon and Urquhart under the Royal Exchange and in Cathrine in the Strand and fold by all thebookfellers and news carriers in GriatBrirain and KliYSKKs io well known all for efficacy and pe culiar miWftefs in perfeaiy de gree of the venereal without the leaft trouble or are to be with full di rections at CowWRs in Ox fordmarket j they are alfb fold by the following Pauls church vardr at the London St Mi Cornhill s in Thread needleftreet at the Golden St WeftSmithfield in the oaffage of the Temple Exchange Fleet ftreet Becket and De in the Strand and the Can noa v KS At the aboveplates is alfo fold A Narrative of the Eftects of Keyfers Medicine the Second Eaitign reader would have firft recollected what a clofe ana logy there is between the characters of AntiSejanus the buffoon Tbgrjites more in iffmd than in treated every yfith infblence and abufe in hisinlignifi antl knowing he was fo much that feewas evtn below In one in Therlites was not quite fo infamous as lome later it is mifapplied the ta Iems which God had give i but then he was not a Pricft he had not fworn to preach charity and union and then dipped his pen in ihapevtrit for the pvupeie of daily pro thjct heai1 he muft be locked upon as an iricen diaryj varuiiher of loofenefs and pnd an univerlal from all great and good 1 AntiSejaaus idone dabbled in this any anfwtr would have been That fignature only would have been fumcientto have ailured the the letter it was annexed a heap of fahities and mifreprefentafions but others have thrown their fquibs who are not fo much known for wholefale in and capi tal fcandal merchants to i That no one fufficient reafon can be aifigned why Sfhould not mare his So vereigns and afiifl his countiy with his abi If lie even actually did elifobeythe orders of his German has he not already iitffered the utmolt that the malice of h s enemies Has he not loit the military honours tivAt he pofleff ed What more would they haveHis great his extenfive of the confti are well known to admit of a and ought to Kinder his country from reaping the unnqft benefit from them r But it is far from dear to that he was actually guilty of the charge bid All the world that time the fickle breath ofthe multitude art Jnliy agitttfdagnitift be accuJed andcjn demned was nearly the had too much of the ftubborn man in him to have all the fuppltveft that thin thought neceflary he that allied armies iiad been frequently commanded by Britifh Genejals in fure I he neverrernembered Britiiii troops under the com mand of a foreigner It might caufe him to be not fo very diligent at Levees as he might have been to nn Commander in Chiefs and might therefore have been by the more to fall a facriiice to the confufed orders that mould be I have Itiled orders the Right Honourable GentieifTa is faid to have confufed contradictory and I repeat it they were fo contra that liad either of them been complied the other muft have been Two Aid du Camps are Cent off both at the lame time one to order the ixhde of the Cavalry to advance take no neither order WiS to attack the other for the Britifh only to fo that it is whatever this noble Gentleman had the fame would have been as he leemed p cJefrincdto difsbediencei this what the confumtnate General have which he did not do He ordered own Aid du Camp to fetch while he himfeif toping to the Commander in Chief to defire an ex planation of theenigmatical commands he had re As to his perfonal that has been made a very great topic of I know that a charge of cowardice is that which is futetoitick dofbft to a military man j and therefore is that with which the enemies of any Officer moft cunningly chufe to brand the man they would The inha bitants of this realm are naturally brave at leafl the greater part are fo when a man then is branded with the brave abhor him j and thofe who are ahfolute are ftill louder in to make themfejves be thought valient wour heartsin general better than our we too fre quently condemn forfuppofed without giving time for cur judgments to aft and fuch has been manifestly the cufe inregarJ to this Right Honoura ble or iridiredtly with him but have followed the real didlates of a heart which loves its and tefts the infinuations of malice or party and wouidever frrive to prevent the public from being impofcd on by The fcffaiviirr letters are amitbree atunimsus To tiie P R I N T E 1 Happened to be in the or I would have fooner paid my refpech to your correfpcment in your paper of laft has harulFtxl me in a molt unmerciful manner indeed i Poor Tbzmas what will become of thee which is from whatever country ibcai mayll originally hare thon liaft ir olved thy unhappy cowntnmen fame misfortune with muit Pi al cercations between anonymous when thfcy become if I may expiefiioa on this can by no means be fit entertain meat for my I exprcily that had ro thoughts of purfuing the fuo jeft of dilpute about the liampduty in the matter being now before a mo it body and 1 have no doubt of tbtir continuing tt withftanding fnerer in in my renders it indecent fr inv anoiu m us writer iu a news paper to intermeddle but fince lays clown his ipii itixiis as uiideni aVle and feems to triumph in his ricto mull once more be guilty of the heiaous crime cf contradicting fome of his The argument he to that it was on account of the Americans war s indeed a curious one The French interrupted the Britifli on by Rjitifh mauufac Wonderful fagacity to find out that the colonies were iupplied the produce of We all know that it is for the imiuial advantage of part of his Majeftys dominions that they fupport each other but furely no man in his fenfes can that tbe lrte originally be gan forthe of tattlers in America and that the avowedly made hy the French generals alarmed the colonifts to fucb a that the confeqpences appeared dreadful Co and therefore they locked towards the Mother Country which fie im mediately fontthfeixi with a maternal fhe until her children were not only treed from the fears of the commsn ener but even enriched by the increafe of trad s natu rally from tlig number of troops employed in their The expence of lesymg and fup porting the provincial although it may found high on was far from being a heavy burden on the province the money was all fpent among and the cr what ever may please to term grantedyearfy by whofe authority they now call in enabled them to raife the neceffary without impoverifhing the inftead of finding thenifelves reduced in cir by the length of the as is the cafe in molt other would have been very well pleafedhad the fame with the iike continued for manyyears The officers and foldiers met with fuch a generous reception at New iu the years 1756 and 1757 I mean fuch of them as are alas too many of them are now no more can belt anlwer regarding the necef flty of quartering at fuch an feaion of the year as they arrived there rmd tire com manding officer or officers are particularly obliged to him for his of their intentions emoluments to As has particularly excepted me out of his of I mail not pretend to I had almoft laid an unlucky wont it feems On tbe boffitable claraSers of theNew Yoikers admire their wonderful fagacity in the Gentleman from ccnndid in it w ud be a difficult martyr for c uy tjman to make that difrinction among therat living with them for nvmy for tle behaviour cf the Ameri in regard to the uamp me in miudof the ironical one FaHlaffmakes for Woi ceiver Re billienlay h his way aid be found Ii they are ic is their not their But I will not take up any your paper on this which I chufe to at for tlfe reaions I have already given j and is welcome to write anJaSout until iome frefh advices are Time now given leifure for artificial and worked up paflions to lubfide the Jirft you keac cavfc why this noble Gwitleman was nurksd for a TOM HB
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