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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 8, 1766, London, Middlesex                                ff A Y MAR It E AT rHS INGs THEATRE to the IV oa Saturday atfxt wfflbe favourite Serous YL the conapofed by fevand celebrated Com fcerfons to be admitted ritttettt which wBt be defivered at tht fcid at hatf a wfiBeaftach Qtrtfcfy fiw fcy iheir Rf AJESTIBS 144 perfbn whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into pfc and will be opened at at half an hour after futprecifety D R U R Y L N AT the Theatre Royal in THtt DAY wRl be prefcnted r Y M B E L I IWrV Powell j Holland KiogrBelja Palmer 5 Giude Jackfoai Packer j Sennet the T V EN T O A R AT the Royal in THIS DAY will be presented The S U M M E Ra T A L The principal rharaacrs by Mn Bar Bakery Viacentj Entertainment of jammryj recover a letter by the tbttf JgneJ A Pro ttefurjea wfrtfetit letter f 9rejby aiy morntng before tea tbt Wtenti thereoft and the ntane rttnain if iti the F U B L I From 0ffice of the French THIS h to acquaint thofe whom it may for the his Excellency ne French Amfiaflador will not put his band to authenticate any or writings but iiich as are parted before Benjamin and Abraham public whofe hand writings are veil known to his Excellency j therefore thofe who want any writings to be fo ia orderto fend them muft apply to the faid To the G ENTLE MEN of the A General Meeting of the of this Pror feffion will be held ofrTuefdav the day of January at five of the clock m the at the Crown and Rolls tavern in in order to confider and carry imo execution a planter ererv gentleman inclinable to promote a dengn of nature will be efteinwd a favour B Any gen tlenum myv in the mean time have a copy of the by applying to and leaving his juitte with jofiah at his lioufe facing tbe Sis Clerks Office in Chancery bjack crape and va dtbae TOpursittgy be fold off T08EPM habetdafher and burnt J Oiit frxn the Paskhorfe and Star in now removed on the Royal up the Great Stairs from CornhUl where he all liis gaods fared from the wholefale and at and under prime merchants and fhop kejtpers may be fupplied with a very variety of habcrdautery ana millinery goods among which there are near yards of Blond black minionet laces and which will be fold exceeding Bfack figured mode t Blackfauin from to and coloured from to Fmeftuff quilted from Quilted Perfian from to Black fattin from Coloured from to White ured fattm Ibr Great variety of Itriped and flowered rib variety of new and undrefs for the winters t Some Jatksnot and Book a vis day is price DISSERT ATION on the Ancient PAGAN Wherein the mop Warburton and Leland on this particularly Printed for Davis and overagainft Grays This ttay is A LETTER to the occa fioned by his Letter to the Right Revi the Author of the Divine Legation of By the Author of Effays on the who filches from me my good of that which not enriches But makes me poor Printfidfor overagainft This Jay is price btund 9 or WT the moft publiflxed of ffie of the prtrreipa places of trade in the To which MS curious of great ufe in the vVeft Indian and American ReyifeUnd with the addition feveral ufeful By B E N J AM IN WE B fey le The jtwo following written iPrioceide ETTRES dEmevaftce a Madame ia Barronne dfJJat evmff WW be had thefoUowing written sad 2 iirs j for in L f jfc ftr the tttttr To the NT E Htrftohi the fir earn but remove tbe tiufe of tf laf fulljr hewed the fallacv of Aay bat been formed tp appropriate to the Earf oi the title of Friend bis by demonftiating from the Whole tenoiof bis pub He how KtUe Jtts de ferved this honourable every man flvouLd endeavour to though ftiould aflame Ttj becaufe it ought be btt and the claim toit fhoufd be proved by a train of folid and efiential in ftead of being merely ai the reward of light and trifling attendance in offices of and Let us now proceed to enfluFre into his right that other which his cates have allowed although it is coramonfo procured by indirect and fmifter that of or one whom the King delighteth Is it not obvious to every TMifideme per that a moie fevere reflection cannot be caft any than to fuppofe be would make affontanetui choice of an undefervirtg object to load him with be nefits let us beware how we bring our Sovereign into this if applied toourfiavesy we hoald rejeft with difdaJn tor it cannot be a Princaof thedicerningrjudg that it may be without Aifpicion of flat tery his MajeAy would to fuch eminence by his own a perfon who hath never performed any praifewprthy actions of public It on a juft view of the and an impartial examination of circum be as inall fmiilar where pwfonsof not to peiiucious obtain an influence ovet thofe or it is comnionly procured by accident or and preierved by Canning and diffimula For it is that his Lordftiip did not acquire the ftation he enjoys near the Royal Perfon from enuif free but from prior and the favour of who very probably be miftaken in his true cbarafier and peihaps his himfelf did rot fully know fill it was druvrn forth to difcover jtfelf by pofleffion of extenfive But as it has iince been in the ufe made of that to be of a complexion neither beneficial aor honourable to hisKJHg or his it feettu totally tohavfide Jtroyed ail Ajppofition of aContinuence of any re that might at firft arifen in his Majeftyy for one to whom he had been long aceoftonied j fince every aftion of his Lordfhip on the public fiagt has tended to expofehis want of affection to his jettys in tcreft and by his fo eagerly feizing tbe management of and turning out the Bioft able and upright Servants of the public to make morjf conrpicoottshis own at to recommend fuch as were capable the public and eftabiiming his So then his LoHmips double which he has fuffered himfelf to be daubed being thcu liis true figure prefcnted to it is to beprefumed it will to have fo little to recommend that one cannot entertain an opinion his Majefty mould be the laft to fee things as they are j and therefore his Lordflnps quangom aflbciates will not be able to induce the to adopt their infinuation of continuance bt tofriendjhip has been lunda But although the people are from the reafons above that the pretences tofritad Jhip or favour are equally groundlefs yet they with proofs of that fatal the effeib of which they lament as much on their beloved Monarchs account as their own and this becaufe they know from both in ftates and private how difficult it is to wreft fuch influence out of the hands of an obftinate and gant We have feen ruffians and aflaflms en and worft fort or men and other countenanced under his LordihipV Nothing equal the j folry and impiety of fuch except theef frontery of pretending it was compatible with the profeffion of frisndfliip for the King as if that could exift in the famebreaft with the moft haughty con tempt of and of truth but thank the constitution does not render it neceflary to counteract thefe proceedings by fuch fort of practices no the true means ot defending thelCing and the people from encroachment and in is to affert and exert the liberty of fpeaking our minds freely and dscently becaufe every from the higheft to the owes it as m duty liis to deliver his fentiments on public with candour and fo by this means his Majefty may know when they or are i ri fuch a manner as to render the people and eontentedj whielL is the firmeft foundation of a Kings happinefs and glory j for if minifters treat thefe points with neglect and con they will affuredly fow the of dtlcowl and contention between the Wro parties of whofe mutual intereft fokly on union and which would been terribly Qiakeir by the mifconduft of thole direction of affeirs at tlie acceffion of his had not the placed an unex ampled confidence in the integrity and wifdera of their which gave them csmfe to hope he as fooiv as freie himfelf and them from the tyranny of fuch ras it is an inconteftable maxim deli vered to by the moft perfect judge of mjman na and cdrifinnedtiy every mans obfervatioit and enemies tare thofe of his own it follows snen are bound on the principles which iirft to affift and lupportoiw another in reftrainifly and preventing the tendency of either ftem preienakl friends or avoweJ ad the malt imtmnent mifchief that threatens and moft likely to miffead them to is the incapacity or of miittflers forrf the Prince1 be thefe wvl natter and inflame if he be this yet the errors his ocrlipary Counfeliors may if hot at leaft highly prejudicial both tp his own peace and and to the pubjic very remarkable instance will fet this matter in and that it is incumbent on from the Peer to the that loves Kt and defines his to keep a ejre on the fteps of thofe about him and to his judgment freely with out rear or favour j the inftance I mean to give will that minifters of wpiightnefs ought to demand this the diftnterefted part ef the to prevebi from kijaring their through the in cideat to human without any evil regards wJiofe etafrtH will not be impeached j yet it is That the young King being of a mild and much inclined to would have fpared the lives of thofe they called 6e retickfi for Joan Butcher being to be all his GswwV could not move him to put his hand to the r bat were faia to get Kiftiop Crannuer to him todp it bat Cranmer could not with much labour induce the King to do it and here anfwer faid wouUyw bavt tfufend fer fe tbe devil in her And although Sir Jdhn the Kings contd not hijn to fet Kind to the bnrntng of the yet the Bi jSop overcame him to put his hand to the writing Cranmer that he had never fo much Cp do in hrs avhe had to caufe the King to do it for faid the King to I will lay all the ctiunteonyou Afts and Can there be a more pathetic and affefting proof than of the diftrefs that may be brought upon mind of a jyft antl benrvcltnt even by a mijtmkfn minifter j and much more is this evil to be apprehended from defaning if any fuch be ad mitted to becaufe it is far more difficult to corrtft thele thanthe former who offend thro inadvertence but though the errors of fuch may he they ought not to bir much leftjuftified this inftance ot Cran iffljr ifan awful warning to and others U ncceffary to be produced at this the conducY of the Duke of Newcaftle beavtoo great an affinity to that fiekle and uflftable temper that difgraced the Prelate elfe why does his Grace give room to that he is re covering by thofe titles and feathers he loft by xoficampliaitce Can man of z and truly noble himfelf with fuch trifles that regard himfelf Whiie the very exiftence of his ceuntry is in fuch imminent danger from ignorance and raa fice withput Since therefore it is that he true remedy fufthe under which the and the people is not to be looked ior from this or that of fet of individuals when we fee men that ftood weighing danger in the public fervice by graixf fc uftftS recalled to manage its under the directionof that influence that has con ftantly repreifed and difcouraged all defire tQ pro rtote the good of the commonwealth j what can we bUV tkat our deflru Vioti is near unlefs that which us by in thofe Beared worfffy without or and reftriing tfiepitbliceauntenance to eraft or but beitowing approbation only on abi lity and whtch would deter ignorance and prefumption from confounding bufinefs they are usable to ic This was a calumny forae years the Icandabus writer of the North who was called upon by an advertifement in the pa puhhmed by to produce his tefti Bat it was as ths report was a talfeand infamous which a man of the leaft modefty or honour would be afhamed to Have they givea eoiumiflions to their Jed aptams 1 do not know that they this J that they have given bunded potHids to for a pfeee it mtelhgence which did not emitle him to Could any of thfm be properly fo as to be known by the whole by the name of Jemmy Twitcher 1 really wonder what mul have become of tbe whole herd of mbiiflerial if it had not been 3or the infinite fund of and humour contained in the facetious Twitcher which like Lord Peters brown contains in it felf the marrow and quintefTence of every thing that is pleafing and agreeable for as kis Lordjbips cruft onee beef and plumb pudding and venifon and with whatever elfe the muft luxuriouiAlderman could defire fois this appellation of at one and at the fams both anagram and riddle and pun and and every thing which the moft learned epicure could to feed and tickle his I have Pi anfwered every that deferves the leaft notice and I depend upon your impartiality to give this a place in your enter taining You will readily think thatthefe when I tell you that this was written in the Bcdfurd Coffeehouferamongft a crortd of You may expect to hear from me from the fame place aad I beg leave tofub fcriba To the PRINT E Jem IN your paper of there is a ftring of though entirely eompounded of fsufebwd and I will take the trouble of that they may not roiflead thfi credulous and Query Are the members of the prefent adrai niftration ruined fortunes Certainly not though fome of their ef tates are a lUtltS of the rather worfe for But what then Were the members of the Jatt admiiiftrajtion men of ruined fortunes Examine them one by and you will find that their incomes greatly exceed thole of their fuccef though not fo much as they exceed them in ex and Are their unpopalar I nevejheard that the firft Lord of the the Chancellor of the the two Se cretaries of or the firft Lord of had any petite characters for they never were dreajjid of as till they furpnfingly ttole into As for old Mefler and ChaHles Mr no man alive will ftand up for their Are their charailers infamous If he means in matters of gallantry snd in Iwould advife him to coniultpne of the pre fent of and if heeommiffions he may then the firft ftone at fome of the late Did they enter into power as the avowed of the of The late ininjfters were turned becaufe they refufed to aft in to tliefavwriie the prefent were turned becaufe they were anc likely to do any dirty bufinefs that he commanded Accordingly we that they have pro moted the two nephews of his fivorn friend and col and conferred a ViceTrtafureftiip of Ire land on a perfon who is diikgreeable to the whole exceptto the favourite and bis Have they continued ia as the declared etmntet of Pitt But they have made ufe of every mean and to prevail upon him to ftepforth as their friend but hitherto without I mould think it an aft ef mad for this celebrated patriot to rifle his dear bought popularity on their crazy and rotten bot Are they profefled Tories I hate toquarrel about names but if lie means to whether they will fupport the privi leges of the Crown I believe not for if fame fays they intend to repeal the flamp ad and that will give this coriftitution a through the fides of I am we flmll feel and lament for Did they endeavour to overturn the liberty of the by iffiiingout General Warrants in the ryme of fhoiild when they had never been in office before the pre fent juncture j except indeed one tf un fortunately for tliis miferabh has made ufe of Ittfrts dt Acktt ever ajod over again Have they endeavoured to corrupt the in egnty of the members of the law I am entire itranger to the mtegrity if not of a member oftbt was in danger when a penfion of five hundred poofcds per beftowed on a certain before he would ccept of his Whether Ais was his or of the rablic revenue Have they notorioufly sad oflenlTibld the phces in their gift i would charitably feat they fcave ither idled thus in fecret for I will venture to ttpftt that the late minifters Either openly or m received one fmgle ijf any of tlw places in their feversl de i Aafl I call upon naan to pro mftance to thecontrary which would be if they were fo notorioufly f as fome impudent and infamous detractors would en leavour to Have they penfioned their on To the P R IN T E Rv RARE tlnie 1 whea having difplayed the merits of a nobody elfe could find out aixi ano for hkh for writing a few ftvlie dull letters in your paper which nobody had patience to read are re warded with lucrative Secretary and feats in P Well may the honeft pubic that the fquabble among the great is only for vvhit they can get j when we fee who pretended to independencj and barefacedy to the their the infa mous art of offering fo every ti eval the price of his pnffitution in as far BRIBERY to givefotnerhing of the rp pearance of to their rot ten Honeit Will in a former That helookcd upon every one oithefe as nothingbut a icherae to turn out onis Minifter and putin another and that there js not one among either the prefent or laft fet of haS agrain of tree love for their Itisall Where we fee one man have the virtue and integ rity to temptatioas of power and merit as was lately the cafe with certain noble becaufe he was not allowed full feope to ferve the we fee five hundred running and jump ingat the upon any terxtr without even the leaft thought or regard for their country whether is to be faved or ruined by their la a I belisffe there never was a time when fuch a general depravity of atl moral and fach a of riglit and public be prevailed among the as at ptefentj and particularly among tkofe who now and lately hae been ii ofiice the is a moll fevere reproach to and I traefpirit of the from wliotn all power ori ginaliy and I tear before things are to whom it muft all i fnm the L o H D o N G A z E T T E Bankrupts time William of Camberwell m the county of plaifterer and at tmin the at Certificate to be allmutd to a Sam lare of Whitechapel in thecou of dealer and en or before the a8th of Laft nights Gazette contains the ceremonial of the funera ef his late Royal Highnefs Fre derick William and a long detail of thefestivals and promotions at on account riage of the Prince ef Afturias to the Prncefi of which came out too late to be irifcited ia this days L O DO Monday difpatches were received bis EK cellency Governor Murray of Quebec which Pro it is is now in a It faid John EIoj the is to relieve whofe time is almoifc i of bisMajsltys fquadron in North It has been within theft particularly among the Granby will refign the and that Lord ceed General Con ft Sk Jfeffery it ii j   

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