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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 11, 1766, London, Middlesex                                A Y M A R K E T H 31 THEATRE THIS B Atf wiH be pertqrmed a favourite called L E M E JtZ A D I T I T compofed by fcyeral celebrated With new new and dece it Pit andbaxes te be jput and no to be without which will iNlmred This jay at the laid at half a imea each Gallery five By their M A J E S TIE S HOiperfon whatfoeyer to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hdur after fix J R R Y LA N ATthe Theatrtf R yal in D R u i L A N E THIS DAY will e prefented KING Powell Burton j Savard Lee Dodd Al banv Packer Parfons Bur Baddeley Re O V E N T G A R D Theatre Roal THIS AT t The principal characters by Mifs and JVlte A Prologue to be fooken by Smith I lie Epilogue tjy Tbn etsy ii In ten in clefely and iltof a WHQiE SHEET MAP or price ONLY following 5 VlRdlNI A granted CHARLES ijjth CHARLES M A id To which is s A of the PROCEEDINGS of the AMERICAN IB conference of tbe St Continued to prefent at Johns g hx is fries One Shilling and Q WEDDING SijtA Wmted for kievin churchyard Jbhns near Royal Ex and t and De in the bttand T m 5 ariugcrofsj in op ntt Raft India Raft India I BOIJLTpN having a letter iy tbe dmdtbe To the PUB L From the Secretarys Office of the Breach THIS is to acquaint thofe whom it may his Excellency the French Ambaffador will not put his hand to authenticate any or writings but fuch as art patted before Benjamin and Abraham public whofe hand writings are well known to his Excellency 5 therefore thofe who any writings to be fo in order to fend muft apply to the faid Gentlemen of the Grand Jury the Li JL berty of the Town and Borough of do hereby defire a meeting of the Inhabitants of the faid Town and at the Townhall on Sf Margaretshi 11 in oa Monday the at ten of the clock in the in order to prepare inftruftiona to the two worthy Re prefentatives of the faid to ufe their ut moft endeavours in fpeedily to Hop the exportation oi fo prejudicial to the poor of this This Jay price A New As it is now performing at the Theatre Royal in Printed for Jl oppofite in Piccadilly Lowndes in Bladon in Paternofterrow Williams next the Mitre Fleetftreet Davies in Coventgarqen j Becket and De Horidt in the Strand aud Richardfon and Urqnhart at the Royal Ex On Monday nexft ihe be ready to 4s tiver totie SER M ONS on the moft ufefuland important to the family and By tfee SAMUEL To which piefixedj A Sermon on the death of by Samuel And ano tjier Difcourfe oo the fatne occaiion together with an ElegiacPoem to theMemery of by Thomas The Subfcribers books will then be delivered by John at in Paternofter suffer letters faned and an AICOUNr of a NEW COMEDY called THE DOUBLE la you But I tkepcrfon wbofent tbc fad Utter to any wrnmg before ten events tbtrnf and tbt name of rietorJlalt remain tf by AUCTION by late Holdens Tobacco Mi to which Me Goad is on Wednesday the and the S Large of linendrapery m tenledfbr exportation to confiftmg iriety of lawns Infli tabfe furniture di printed n arid corded diviped into nrtfper for retale P Tabe viewed on Tuefday the and to the which will begin each day at half an tobe hadat George upholder ami at his houfe in the Old BaUey and at the place of To the January NE of the great eft mifteries to me in the prefent run of to find out what good end it will aufvyer for this kingdom tp cut the throats of their brethren in America piid yet this muft cer L J tainly be the cafe if the ture has not more tendernets and prudence than fome of its I think it with all poffible refpect to the ab foliite power of this be humbly Whether the bleffed conequences of peace tranquility that ijaiift refult from giving up the Ame rican would uot bevinnrtitely mpn xleT Arable thaft what is like to be the confeqiKHte or all events Nonecan be loabfurd as to we give it up for fear for can a lion be i Under any apprehenfions from the trifking of a moufe But the noble and generous blood of Eng muft ftagnate with horror at the thought of butchering their for an attachment to that Idea of liberty which has been fo long the glory of our What do we gain by fupporting them in their li berties Their their and the vaft advantages of their What do we lofe by forcing themto rebel Our right in a fliort our very being as a free It cannot imagined that we have any thing to fear from them in a itate of war but we have every thing to fear from a Hate of If trade is flack now what mull it be when America is drove to an independency If our manufactures are not fent who can maintain the ftarving ma nufacturer at home If trade is ftagnated by the lofs of credit muft the Bank become Bankers poor England become a prey toiome rapacious tyrant I hope I fbrefee things in too gloomy a but if it be determined to enforce the I think we have nothing to expect but fuch evils as we would not with our enemies to Men may affect to be and treat the Americans with contempt in they are a very refpectable and more worthy of fefpect than any people in Eu Not for their force in arms or rivalry in arts It would be frenzy to compare them with Great Britain in thofe refpects for the infinite ufe they are to us as a trading people Let them If this unhappy writer would firly ac knowledge that the Republican principles were in no kind of diforder or for above half a century j but all were peaceably fettled in an in duftrious to get a fimple and to introduce an increafe of riches to the mother coun it would not be veryv difficult to convicl him of baienefs in luggefting any other caufes of t heir pre Xent uneafinels but the ical It is not Republi can principles 5 nor lax hand of Government what have they done before the late that merited cbaftifement nor the inftigation of evil or defigning perfons among themfelves vBut the whole and fole caafe of their prefect grievance taxing them contrary to the tenure of their char Liberty they carried with them to America liberty they would enjoy and convey to their pofte rity and tis the attempt to deprive them of an ef featial part of their that has interrupted their and our tranquility the firft authors of fuch a plan patrons of the wretched Aiti The has but one which with an infolent fneer he advilcs the piefent Miniftry is by enforcing laws with fpirit and refalu Whether jull or otherwife feems to he no concern of tliis unhappy The whole tenure of his fulfomeliarangue my patrons projefted and advifed themeafure ye are all if dont enforce it with fpirit and hope our will have fome compaffion uppu their peor if not upon the as it feems to be an univerfal that or I have no patience to hear any plead for lenity and What a mprifter muft this be if a tiurery he has lenrnt his divinity or po Ihics fromtome ptfter or he could notrantratthis Tis as unlikely that oil mould as that fmooth meafures Ihouid ajpeafe the This is very eafily faid but how if the Colo nifts plea hould and reafon able No every concefiion thst is thrown into the popular muft evidently render the balance more diftant This would be if applied to the popular England but how extremely void of reafon is when applied to the Colonift Has not each Province a a anfwering to the and an Afiembly to tire people like otfr Commons How then will allowingthem toenjoy the liberty of be throwing too much weight into larfcale EutAtitiStjanus perhaps has learnt the art of confounding propofitions die moft and perplexing the melt evident truths by a found of without fenfe or fignification After his lordly advice to the prefent and perfuaxling them to become eats paws to the he goes thefe are melancholy and fo much the more to as tliey feem to be or disregarded favour What a pity it is that the great and knowing not always at their elbow 1 what liappinefs it will bato this nation they endeavour and effect a total over throw of all that his patron and payrhafters have toipromote diviiions between Great Bri tainand America To the P K 1 N T A feiiion will be held on Tuefday the i4th day of at five cf the clock in the atthe Crown and Rolls tavernm in order to confiderand inro execution plant or the benefic of their widows when the company Kentlemaaindrable to promote a defign of he efteeriied a favour N B Any gentleman may m the mean time have a copy of the by applying to and leaving hu H with Jofiah at his home the Six Clerks Office in between WHISTON and in Fleet they beg leave to return their totheir friends and for favours have and to ar Itt i r nta To the GENTLEMENof the LAW Meetififf of the Members of this Pro enjoy their charters without controul j let us not be j1 II tjae unriappy inftruments of own ruin by excit ing them to and afterwards cutting their throats for I am extremely concerned to obferve many fenfi ble writers by terms ot law or an ab ftradted mode of to fupport the didato rial directions of the unhappy I muit crall a who with luck fine feems to have no greater pleafure than to promote the de fhucYion of his country He is to all appearance the firebrand of a detettable party and inftead of ought to be ftiled a ofthemott infamous In your yefterdays he Several warm and ftrenuous advocates for were deter to bid a long farewell to and to fearch for that pesce and fecurity in the Colonies which the mother no longer And they they not wprthy of the nigheft ap plaufe for thus venturing their all for the fake of li berty would not they have rather died flaves at if they could have forefeen thSt the liberty permitted to enjoy in America would not rbe handed tlown to their lateft pofterity Lord StrafFordadvifed the King not to fufferfueh afer tile cargo of republican principles to be tranf ported into the Had Lord StrafFord lived at the he wpuld feen the ab furdity of his advice and liad AntiSejanut lived when liberty wasa he would have been a tool of or any ojrbef poor creature in or tbat could gay well la above removed to one door nearer TempleBar fincereft thanks to all there whom he is obliged fer ftts fifteen yt lit the arid the for having omitted aJ ion byletter and he fhall ufe his beft endeavours fatisfaftiori in the execucion of manv tavours jncy of the above ATa em flZHswathftandmg this prudent the event has tflengsfe whether from f the fermentation leaven which was feat or from the too lax hand of govern meat of trom tne tool ax nano ot or from the inftigation of evil ar dgfigning Col but by enforcing the dignity and power of be can here mean only the Government under the late If there is no chance of reitoring I hope hope Divine Providence will gracioufly do it without enforcing the dignity and power of Government under the late in fhape and by every means tliat That plain fend fleets and cut all their and leave no thing but a frightful defblatien where once dwelt the induftrious Colonifts He hsow ftrange and hacking the reverfe is purfued by our ignorant and lazy Ignorant zndlazy would have been had they been applied to rhe late Miniftry but this writer can as eafily paint the paft as and trie prefent as de mons It coft only a Truth and jullice are no parts of his fentiments as apolitical writer They have taken no fteps towards ap the peftilent but fijch as they make What fteps could tney havetakei which this writer or his patrons would not have found fault with If they have taken any or no the event cannot be yet known but the great and moft important ftey per haps that was ever yet taken muft be taken by our and upon their final refolution de is hard to lay what may not depend and it ought to be the prayer of every friend to that the Almighty would direct their Coun fels and infpire them with an unanimous LET LIBERTY BE AND PEACE FLOURISH inf EVERY PART OF THE BRITISH DOMINIONS It is certainly that if the mother country is called upon by the Americans to affilt them againft their they ought to bear a part f of the expence1 therefore lay before them the expence and demand the fupply but then let them raiie it according to their and as they who live upon the pot know will be leaft burthen fome to the It has been that to maintain their autho r they muft enforce an obfervance of the But is it impoffible that our Legiflature can be mif taken as to the jnftice ar propriety of a new law The aft to naturalize the it infallibly right An univerfal cry was againft It was re pealed thtnext Did everany eVil confe quence arife from this token of or didnot their doing fb open a piece ofjuftice to the public improve their reputation Still fome will we are and we muft enforce the But by cutting the throats of our American brethren You are ftruck with and God forbid fo fay with great fincerity but am of opinion there is no medium muft grant them a continuance of their or butcher them without And if once the fword is fheathed in the bowels of oar thenwhat has not poor England to expeft The concern I feel to obferve AntiSejanus fap ported by fenfible has drawn from me thsfe hafty remarks but if their well or ill defigned at draw the kingdom into a bloody war with I apprehend it will be impoffible for me to write any more under the character of The letters are Lover of public A Loyal Admirer of An Intelligence Plus IN order to undeceive the good people of England from a miftake naturally fallen concerning the I lend you inciofed a New York The letter contained which breathes the fentiments of manyoi the ni6li fenfible nieu in all tbe pro I beg you mayreprint it in your to fhw the that their brethren and fellow fubjtcts of have riot all unanimously adoiitedtlie er roneous doctrine of our not being liable to the inws made by the Britifli legrilatuie and we dare to print even in our truy flitutional I An The autkor efth following piece is unknown lo tbt prin ter cannot lie fufpofed that he is an or a friend to Liberty bs JbalL net have t m that he could net obisia afair or that his arguments iucn not alionuedthcirfuU lie caufi of liberty can receive no difadvantagefrom ar gumertt and oh rsajon audjujticirnigijt be allvuiedto determine tbeyuepion To the time when alnicit every American pen is employed in placing the tranfactions of parliaaieiit of our mother country in the moft odi ous and in alienating the affections of a nu merous and loyal from the royal perfon of the beft of fovereigns permit Unpo pular the through the impartial channel ofrj our to point out the i and folly cf and to give a brief and true irate of the facts included in the between Great and her whence the cool and unpre judiced may form a right judgment of the n cf her late anJ of the impropriety and rvi nefs of the that is taking to prevail on her to alter or repeal her It is a truth too univerfally that the peo ple of England are involved in a which they with the utinoft From its enormity many judicious perfons have predidred the ruia of foreign powers rely On as the only foundation of their hopes of reducing the Britifii The protection of America in contributed to thisburthen cf the mother To thelarge fums of money that expended from the Englifh treasury and th e parental care of a Britifli 111 a great owe our prelent freedom from In dian Popifh and The Americans have now acquired a conlideiaole fhare of itmurt be cunfeiT d by no fo much as the folly and extravagance of have taught our fuperiors to in proportua to this the moft plain and evident princi ples of pronounce ihe equity of their being in order to defray the expence which their own iafety If more than the colonies can their infant is their mother country holds herfelf ready to lend her af to lecurethem from foreign op prfffiop and This has and as long as fhe is a6tuated by the principle of found flie and continue to The power of making of protecting and de iti every part arid of i and executing that protec is1 cuiiititutionally veiled in the crown The fubject has a light to demand when ever lie is in This right is purchafed by his allegi whioh is the reciprocal confideration daily pad for America coniiftiiig of a number of colonies in their andindependent of each is in a particular manner dependnt on has a right to demiiid an exertion of to en its And during the lare me the full of without in her difunited in all muft have fallen before the molt cruel and barbarous of ail The preservation of America is of the utmolt importance to Great A lofs of t to the Britifli crown would greatly dininiih its Itrength and thi puiTcilioa of it to any other na would an of wealth and totally with the fafety of If then the power of protection is and folely veiled in the crown and if is of fbmuci iraporcance to her mother country and if it is and resibnable that flie ftiould contriubute towards her own fo ellential to her own and the happinefs of Great Britain will any be fo abfurd as to deny the of the crowns having fome certainty that flie will pay her proportion of aids requifice and demanded If then it be iuconteftibly j that America mould contribute towards the means of her own and absolutely that the the guar dian of that fliould be fupplied with the aids requiiiteto enable it to effect that The next inquiry that prefents by whom is this contribution to be This feems to be the grand queftion between Bri tain and the In prelent this can but by one of two modes eh her by the or by the feveral legillauires f Ame The laft no would be moft ami agreeable to the aolonifts and we have reafon tobelieve it would be alfo moil agree able to his Majeftyand his could it with certainty and fecurity to both be relied It can be of little moment to the general and of courfe lo the King and people of whe ther thfe aids are granted by a Britilh or the feveral American provided they be really Upon a difpatfionate review of the conduct of the mother country relative to Ame rica during the laft we fhall fin 1 it affords fuf ficient evidence of this and of a tendernefs for the rights of the that to be retained in the molt grateful imminent diftrefs and danger we were in at that and the repeated requiiitioTiS that were tranfmitted to rhe erown for afiiibnce againft the common mult be recent in every In purluance of thefe men and were liberally granted by the and the wifeil plans formed by our Sovereign and the Miniftry for our Buc as America had liberty and robe pro it was thought thit he fhoutd alJa unite in the meafures concerted for her own prefer The Parliament had it as wel as in its power to compel without theafient of her feveral But inftead of making of power to levy taxes ou the moft dei ate and render requiiitions were Cent over to OUT feveral requiring our proportional aids for this necellary attended with thewarmeft thac a confideraMe part ihould be repaid j teade ly and affectionately   

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