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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 10, 1766, London, Middlesex H A V Ai 4 K E AT H 9 INGs HI the To morrow witt performed a favourite BeSoas tA El Jiie Mufic by feveral Cdm With new and deco f rt and be put and no to le admitted without which will at fiod at half a r S TIBS perfon whatfoever to be Admitted behind the nor into the gauerX 1rf frBd will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix D R U R Y L A N AT the Theatjre Royal in D R u R ir L A N THIS DAY will be presented The P L A I N D E A L E vThe principal by Jftr YatesTHifs Mifs and With the HtR MI C 6 V B tf T P A R DE AT tbe Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will bepresented O U B L E M I S T A K printipai characters by and MU A Prologue to be fpoken by Smith The Epilogue by Mifs fley is In teij fheets in cfefely and illuf trated with a WHOLE SHEET MAP of NORTH price ONLY THE following CHARTERS at TheThreeVIRGINI A granted bv Kins JAMES MAR in the CHARLES CHARLES jd WILLIAM and TT To which is A faithful NARRATIVE ot the PROCEEDINGS of fbeNORTH AMERICAN ep ot the STAMP Continued to prefect Printed for atTemptebar i kx Piccadilly and at Johns fcoyal t J Price One rA JCttfe HESRY ffie TOtlRTHi lion of In moves fat Pauls gotothoure near theRpyJaA Ex in Tleet i He in the Strand itt Sowntgarden at op day prize DOUBLE A New AstfU now at the Theatre RoyaV in Pnntedfor oppofite BorhngtonJiOW inPiccadilly Lowndesin fe PatermlieiroM j the Mitre Danes ift Covenfgarden and DC jioiidt in the Straod and and Urquhart at die Koyal Ex T On Mwtay i tfb will ire ready to tk SE R M O N S on the molt uleful and important adapted to the fatitily and By the SAMUEL To which are A Sermon on the deith of DavieSj by Samuel And ano Difcpurfe on theiameoccalJon j together whh aa ElegiacToefh to the Memory of by Thomas T4iF Subfcribers books will delivered by John Pay the Feathers in are Fte two fbUowuig written by Madame le Prince de ETTRES a Memoires de Madame la Barroane de Bat la veuve tnatjfcthn tftae above works be fub be had the following written fcy the fame both in and in EngliuV Le Magazin des des LaSoitfdes 3 Painted opppfite Catherineftreet in bookfeBer to hw BOOKS be f e right i dr of the warehoufe m s St Sedibus z revifed and corrected by the Mttfeam 10 fine aytf Supplement la Monarchic Mssaarite del Infcriptieas Belles s The four laft raentJoftfcj articles are rtoft uiagiiificendy bound in gilt on the fe delle j The Society of have allotted the annual of a golden to of this ingenious wfco is invited to nuke binifelf know u to tke Janoary ijiSii V recettveif a utltr bfifo Penny ift figtied A Prov be defirHtbtffrfoti wbofent toe if Any mtrnuig before to explain tit tontenti thereof and Monte tf tf To the B L From the Secretarys Office of the French THIS is whom it may for the his Excellency the French Amfaaflador will not put his hand to authenticate any or writings but fuch as aire Benjamin and Abraham whofe hand writings are wejl to Excellency jthercforethofe who want any to be fo in order to fend thein muft apply to the foid Jo Clergy and other of the County January JT Takethe earlieft opportunity of expreffingto you iny happinefi being reinltated in a fi ruation I am mott proud that of being pne of yyor Repre and of returning you moilgrateful thanks for this days prcfof of your goodnefs to fte af that the very fame principles which have hi therto recommended me to your uni formly purfued by me as the heft means of render ing my behaviour in Parliameat agreeable to you and of anfwering thofe purpbfes for which have conferred this honour Your moft grateful and devoted humble fervant Neatly irfa packet price bound S E c p N p EDITION of TgE HISTORY of the LONG CAPTIVITV and AfcVENTURES ofTHDiVjAS in South Giving an account of his being taken by twoSallee and carried a fUve to at eleven years His various ad ventures iu that coiuitry foithe fpace of 13 ytars j efcape and return In whiclj is a particuloiaccount of the manners and cuftoms 6 the IViipors the and cruelty of their Emperors and a relation or all thefe great revplutions and bloody wars which happened in the kingdoms of Fez ancl heuvecn the years 1720 and Together a defcrijitionofthe public thofe king doms 5 mUeues of the Chriilian Haves and many other curious Printed for at Templebar j at to cSrqiuet thofe wha Muft this be ever pur cafe Muft we be curfed with the name efhim our And are we to expedt uwH condefcends to procure br ttU his i us to affiltance eUewhere Ojte of theft eveRts we muft therefore heartily wifh aad if he obitinasely perfiftsin refufing us the we are to implore Heaven for the T I M O Tb trinler would take it as particular favour fofeetris ild carreffHMuitettt wbirvbKgid Cautions from tLe Americao letters faded PRIMlllVE CA and A the S n perfon thought proper to give any anfwer to my letter of the 7th and indeed wjjat could be anfwcred to tyutlv ibfoluteCttRclufios I fifitve to purfue that fubjecl a little fur Writers have in this very djftraced to turn the eyes of all ranks of on the Great as on the Pal ladium of and the only man who could leal reftore our and make us once more ahappy We have been fed from to time with the vain hopes of feeing the reins of into his liands i negotiations have entered into as if he wye fame while he been con ftahtly finding put plaufmle pretexts for evading it arid aemiSnding conceflions upon that Arrogance vvould blufli When another was ftarted we were led to TjeKeye that point was then he waiJd come in but the moment any one ftumblingblock Avas tak n ftitl we were as as ever from the coitvplticin of our Since this has been the cannot be de nied tothink of Muft conclude that hehas no inclination his he Is too artful to rjfqiue the lofs of Ms popuTarity well knowing that in a ftate of pence we can have no victories to dazzle the eyes of the public wkh thnt procure a new from thjpijavneofa gain a frefh fubfidy for aQerpan allyfr6m the fervices of a victorious nation quietly in debt while the people are inebriated with rejoicings for the vic tories of the King of No he nvw csme into the he muft provide for the payment of immenfe contracted his influence ha muft find new ways and means to fap port the exigences of the which he lyith volved with mere eafethan he could A a or a cannot now occupy the minds of the and render them deaf to the cries of or callous to the of His jt is miglit effeft all that is now fb ardently wifhed but then it muft be witli tliat is the which jars and therefore the plea of the ad vancemwit of Lml aajnfb perable obftacle to a mere joke and may reifonably conclude that be never wiil affift his country in this her Yet nbtwithftanding wemay be aflured of this thofe who fefckto obftruct the good deilgiis of all who are willing ferve are continually drawing our attention from by founding the name of the Great If was thirigs woiild go thus titries wouldbfe taxes would trade would ami athonfand fuclv j while they well know that he and toeir only aim is Mmifters uneafy in their to caufe oppoation ta their moft falutary and turo the faces of thepublicagamft that no good thing vrtiat ever may be eflected by Thus they enly jtfake of the name of as a talking toamufethe public and their evil ft is agreed 6n all we in a very in and I will readily allow that the Hwceitors ot the Great Comiimer made bad and to a load of debifc added divifions and diflatif but the point How are we to get out I tJiefe difficulties How are we to reftoi e tran fettle tfiir American and provide To the P RI N WHEN people aredetermiied to diflikea his beft actions are found fault This has apparently been ths cafe with His Armed Cutters againft the fmugglert have afforded fubjecl mirth oar and they never once considered the utility of that There is no one perfon converiant who will deny that fm oggling was greatly hindered them therefore the cutters were of threefold ufe pound of tea taken from the and every imgle article they were hindered from vending in was not only an increnfe to the re but a real flrvice to the fair whoal ways fold in proportion to what was wkafe trade was apparently inoreafed fo much the more by As it was rrel that Smugglers ufedfmali fie to enter every hallow creek and it was if we would prevent the landing their to employ only fuch whole draught of water ftiould be little enough to enable them to follow the and yet have fupcient force to overcome any refiftance Cutters theriwere the beft veifels for that and the frrvice they did is too well of a dif as we may be that fe wer goods were linuggled into this kiugiom during Grenvilles than in the fame or even double the time There was alfo a third very great benefit accruing to the nation from the aftablifhiuent of thefe cutters j they gave bread to leveral of our naval and employment brave preventingthe firlc ftarvinkon half and the latter from either going into foreign or being dangerous members of iociety lo that as many as were em ployed in thofe were preierved from penury or ffendtred ufeful But the cutters are how laid and the French Will of tbat ftep for we per by the letter that you pub hftied afewdays that they now expeft a large f our and have accordingly jgiven a drawback of fix on all tea fold to This ccrtraiily increafe which will now become a ftifi more beneficial their pro fits be and their lefs j fherecan be no lookoat kept again ft them on the and a few hours with any from E will bring them on pur tas Cherbourg is but afiout 17 leagues South from We have hoV ong and I doubt not buf iucli uie ivill be made of that before fuch a fufficient quantity of tea and brandy will berun into the as to enable the imugglers to lay by till next and ftock the people with their fummer provifion of thofe TOM To tie 1 K I N T E I CANNOT conceive why your correfpondents engage m iuch ridicuLms as they often da in the newspapers for it is greatly agitated at whether the Marquis or did not refute Lord health propofed by a gentleman at his If he did not refnfe the Marquis behaved according to the ef tabli bed rules of breeding if did refufe he was extremely rode to his But what does that fignify to the public The Marquis may prore a molt excellent though he Ihpuld ac cidentally be peevifli or unmannerly in company and he may prove a very in capable and be at the fame time a moft civil do rot let us hear any more of lych the oaiaiiter gf country ferious buinefs in the cabinet and in the fenate j let us oblei ye how he behaves in thofe places if the councils tind meafures of his are un as 1 hope they will we be very indifferent about his deporrment at ought to drink his whether he drinlWiiord Butes or P S H A W i To the IF relative to the American stamp and other political wilt admit room in your impartial paper to touch upoa anim portant concern nearer a that mate rially houiholdar within the cides and liberties of I in fucii beg thro to the vaft improve mjfnts lately made yi the of Wertmin as I excited the commifiioBers fewers for this to prepare and preient a repre for duf jiooi I Sipe body muft ftt their hands to the tjkhjgh forae tflSfthelp us j or we muft certainly fink Under tbe accumulated we fee ivjflqofi why then do we vainly turn up our eyes to him and look and every me the daily dbubtltfs for tbt fenfe of tfce public I confefsit gamine plealure on a probability of foonfeeing the grand paffages thro the from Temple Bar to and from London Bridge to Nor ton fol paved in the fame manner as the Strand now by an upon the inhabitants cf the front houfes in not exceedingtwelve pence in the by a verylinallafleffuient upoa the neighbour ing inhabitants and that power would have been given the commiffioners of fewers for this to daefl the paving any other in the fame wlier the majority of houfholders inha biting h ftreets requeited it I thought this me thod would anfwerthe intended and that it was ajjifl and equitable plan and am upon cpnverfmg with a gentleman the common to find that the intention of the reprefen tation from the commiflionersof fewers wasover upon thejingle principle that would be partial and to oblige the houfliolders in grand paflages from Weft to and fr6m North to fo pay a tax for new paving their and to leave the reft of the city at their omion but if there was a partiality in J twelve ttvuoj infavvur of tfafi Every perfon takes a in a high knows before hand that the artioje of pavement is a principal if can make no ma terial if any difference of expense to tlie of a few whether their pavement is now laid or whether it re rtiaius in the has done but was poffiMs tjiat feven the inhabi tants of grajid paffages couid be at more cx penca by fuch aheratiun of the would if not he moft amply compensated by the addirioii of coach and foot and coofequently by the increafe ofretale was one of the duef objects of the representation The great compains Of the roughnefs of our pavement the ablenefs to perforjs travel Zins in the un and the grand ar ticle of wear and tear to which are now built and fit only for poft roads and fmowta pavement j I could fcarce believe that the repre fentation from the court of which teemed to givegeneral lias been fo fnr altered by thecourt of that they intend to petition to throw the and into one and to ratfe eighteen pence Che poond on all the inhabitants of the towards defraying the pray from the fituation of the city and irvha whether this will not be an exceefiive heavy and The grand from Temple Bar to Ludpate Pauls and mult of be the main road for coaches and foot paflencers and though thofe frreets are not with out me wholeiale yet they are ingenrl occu pied by retals whereas Puddle Dock to the and n Budge of which run parallel with thereforementioned rid are moftly occupied by wholefile deaief tie lo nairowin mcft places tha more than fo that no foot way can beraifed rue perpetually crouded with and carefully avoid except in cafej of coaches and fo t and are present properly to ferve the purpoie of tbe heavy as to ali the lanes many of which one to and I if wide enough for carriages and a foot way they rnuft paved as they now are and the pebbles in fuch lanen being and the cbnjuieu they adnit of no then the rousrli nefs of the grand pafies from Eift to ironi North to owing to the rnonirrous iizc of the tonesthat have been and the neglect of many inhabitants in not repairina have been jult fubjeft of complaint that tliofe pafles a e p filled with retale fliops that the article muft hays been a with every houk hblder in high brfjre tie took his and timtan improvement of the pavement cannot fail bringnvg anadditipn to the trade of thofegreat What WJiat incoaves i could nd a fuHjefiing the of thofs gravel psi all other ftrectshi tbe tli t ibruld de fire to a tax of 12 in the far the pofeof new paving On ths other the inha bitants of the parallel which are occupied by carts and com aTfo the inhabitants of courts and nnriow who cannat pofiiblyWbeneiiEted by the pave ment of the high be put under the xitjl extreme permit me to ft treated the great sK if compelled and enormous tax of in the Per fons inhabiting courts and narrow lanes couid upon taking have the article of in as an objeft of heavy and hall they n iw be obliged to pave the high ftreets of this city For this expence by the tended be chiefly bcrne by the inhabitants of and narrow pafftges jet anyone perfon into man fee the fniall proportion the great palTis bear to the narrow and he will foon be convinced of this Ifit hall be many of the inhabitants of the carry on wholdale keep ami contribute to the wear of menrs in the high iiaiies it is it was always fo landed property in the city has borae its in proportion to The high foests have more mvre and more than Ciie liarrow and places j and as the nevV intends i mode v if carried into im prove the value or titates in the grand anj ieffen their value in nil other where the pave cannot be I therefore look upon it as to the property of as if would be if he land tax was iiow to beequaily rated al over the I hope the legiflative body of this city will candidly reconfider this meafure and if it hall be thought veafonable to nffefs the narrow that it may be done in a fmxller and more equitable I yoursj Occafanedby tbe fdlGwixv motta from prefixed to B Inter to He tbetfilcketfrpm my gwt THE text youve taken Is very as all muft own j But then by moft it is That you that text have wellapplied For wio one thats aftoryI will Which feems exacliy A vintner once a carman For wine which he bad brewd The witnefles are and fwear f That not one wine was there And fully prove Compofea of vile PRrNCIPIIS The fcllowwg letters are received A In American Diddle S Friend to the A Conftant HUM ANUS animadverts on the very unequal diftri bution of the colleSed f thoCeconfiried inthecity priions he is not only very injurious to the thofe cf whom who the moft relief having the but alfo a great hin drance to many charitable as it is fo grofly This in gener3l is all we can mlert on anonymous has fent us airery weak defence of the Roman which could do them no fervice Towards procuring them more if inferted fenders hurting anje caulb they endeavour to fappbrt It ttus correiponident will read our Engliffi hiftory with a little he will that Charles fied OUS th2 kinSlem after the battle aot cf M
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