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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 15, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The Gazetteer New i W E D N E S D A J A N U A R Y SEE JJ R U R Y L A N Al the Theatre Royal in DR URT THIS DAY will he prefented The principal characters by and With the H E R M I J C O V E N T G A R D ATttie Theatre Royal lit THIS DAY will be preiented ffcfe B O tJ B L E M I S T A K The principal charafters by Miis Mils A to be fpoken by Smith The Epilogue by Mlft WftmRj removed to dw iom1 ntitvTempleBur ww fincerftt italics rto all thofc Ointlemen Vrbom he H obliged for fa during nil fifteen ywn with bopttithtt tbe harry occafioned by the fitting up hft WWj afcd the removal ot his iJjli for his having omitted a karate application he hall ufe his belt endeavours to aive tbe atmoftSatisfaction in the execution or cvtty bfanAl of his Wit fayjs prize MIS A New now performing at the Theatre Royal r Printed for oppofite Burltngtonhoafe inPiccadilly Lowndes in Fleetftreet Bladon litfaternoWrow Williams next the Mitre Fleetftreen inCoventgarden and De Hondt in tlie Strand Pauls Churchyard and Ri ciiardlbn and Urquhart at the Kbyal Day is price in NORTH JL and the POLICY of GREAT con f r Printed for oppofite Burlmgtonhoufe Tomorrow will le In one volume Price or ANIMADVERSIONS upon Hit tory of the Life of Cardinal By Timothy Rector of Middleton Oxford Oxford printed for Prince and bppkfeller te her Royal Highnels the Prmcefs Dow ager of Wales in New the and be fublijbed tbe beginning cf February Anew and beautiful price of MOORED ior the Female Sex j with from the defigns of eograved in Covent Where may be Bofingbrokes DifTertations on Rerrarks on the Hilt of Le Blancs Letters OB English Ciceros Nature of the PfaalariS tranftated by the a by the This Day art TOYAGESandTRAVELSm the V in the years 51 Containing Obfervations in Natural Agricul and Particularly on the Holy and Natural Hiftory of the the Sweaifii language by the willing to be convinced by fair or againft One thing 1 the Court which tried found him Guilty of difobeying the orders of Prince Ferdinand onthefiift of the day of battle at Now I hould be glad to fee a candid folution of the following Queries Was the difobedience general to all the orders of Prince Ferdinand that or only to one parti cular order Was this difobediencft and contumacious or merely by mifapprehen or other frailty Was this miftake the miftake of Lord fole ly or a miftake chargeable upon the Commander in and his equally or more than upon Lord Suppofing Lord only miftaken which of the three orders brought to Lord the criminality of his difobedience Whatwas the pernicious confequence of that which would not have happened it he had obeyed that one order it being Impofiible to obey them all t Who directed the operations of the train of ar which annoyed and broke the French ca while advancing to furround and cut off the few regiments of infantry a brave corps feparated from the army Whether the judicious direction of this artil lery did not prove more ferviceable to our than all the three orders of Prince Ferdinand could have if poflible to comply with three uch vague contradictory orders Whether it was juft and honourable to blacken a noble Commander at the head of an without expoitulating privately the previous to iuch public difgrace Whether Lord ftood on fair having been difmiffed from his poll in the army before he could home to clear up his cafe Whether this very circumitance did not preju dice the great balk of the nation againtt him j moft people arguing tlrus The would have diimifled him ib if had not behaved ex tremely Your inferting theft Queries will The following letters are reeved A Friend to the Country Friend to Liberty and the Another A late FREDERIC Publifhed by order of her prefrntMajefty the Qusen of with an Account of the By Sir CHARLES L I N N JE U Phyfician to the Kingof and Member of all the learned Societies in with a price bound A KEY to the TESTAMENT Giving an Account of the feveral their and of the and on which they were respectively With an Introdiiftron on or Parties PMnted on writing in a neat pocket price ewed bound Printed for Davis and oppofite A Species of a universal priceone guinea a the cureof the feveral dif orders mentioned in the and for certain reliefin tlie infirimties of old and all decayed conflfituiaoTW of It is the real Tincture of raciicaUy dmjlved without any corrofive menftrunm it fHyer in its hard fUte inftanta neoofly of agohlen colour by which property alone j efficacy on the hu to and in This medicine is not reducible into gold as all others are fouod to Told under the nam5 of of becaufe they are corrofive this by a radical and there fore thi penetrates much further than any other can be imagmedto be bad only at apd at the Crown and Seven witli giving don houfe on Far tbe leitert fivned s C TWO ANSC fee loft To P R I N T E EING in tbe a frefh de w bite concerninga certain late noble s5 Coramaml T in not a German Commander as fsme have erroneoiifly cailed j I ccnfefs jpyfiilf one of that very frnali ini on the moft rigo t i of his CgJtumlUnces the moft untowardly and dif to an omcer of could caufe for that load of reproach and that of abufe which was thrown the prejodice of the multitude had no I waotfd I am in the of and To the P R I N T E in his difcourfes of the public makes this obfervation If fome of the tinie was fpent in looking after old lhat employed in procuring frefh f up Go vernment would not be in fuch diftrefs for Would the young men of who are now at tje feriouily attend to this and en deavour to redlify what is amifs in every branch of the great iavings might be aid public reap great advantages from their labours is not the whole eftablifhment overrun with fine and every branch of the public bufmefs The boy in his oi a late enjoys an employuent at a all taken out of he msney paia by the public and the boys deputy receives more Should this beborn by a people who have the millftone of a hundred and forty mil lions about their and whofe manuacirurers pay for daylight and fush being the tax impofed upon Our brethren in America groan under fine cures and fuperfluous officers as much as old A late Secretary of State no enemy to general warrants gave two of his children employments in the Cuftoms of which muft be executed by The coafequence of which let the deputys behaviour be what it he is fure to be patronized in Great I am no ftrangerto the ftateof our Colonies in America and I verily if all employments exe cuted by were refumsd by the they would amount to than what it was the ftamp duty would Refumption was the good old way of lefleniug the charges and bur then of the Twenty petitions at leaft are upon or to be found in the bell of our hifto rians that were prefented by Parliament to our humbly praying that all grants made to any perfon of any office whereupon no charge nor needeth to be of actual exercife or and of no force or I beg to obferve acts of refumption paired not only undr weak and unfortunate but when active and Kings were upon throne as Vllth and VHIth for in the jjd an act of resumption of the offices and places ot urveyors and places of other accojitptants tothe And the 6th of Henry there paffed an adt of which related to refuming needlefs offices and I hope the young Gentlemen who are pilotting a crazy will maturely is a degree of expence which no nation canjexcesd without utter ruin that the public may become bankrupt as well as aprivate That this is the time to exert themielves for the lofs of feafons and opportunities is the lofs of every thing Lincoln To the P R I N T E JOHN BULL fhews in nothing more his great re iteration for good and how much he is always thinking of his than in his making it the conftant topic of his contempt for other that they ds not eat fo ivell as The roafl beef of Old England he is always exulting as if no other country had beef to roaft on every the Welfh with their leeks and toafted tbe Irijb with their and the Scotch with their And now that we are a little out of favour with he has by his at torney VINDEX to examine our eating and in I to fix ibme horri ble fcandal of the fame kind upon us poor Atneri 1 did but fay a word or two in favour of Indian which he had treated as difagreableand in and this vindictive gentleman grows Let kirn tell IF HE PARES fays he that the Americans prefer it to a place at their own I fee the dilemma you have prepared for If I fhauld not dare to that we do preferk to a place at our then you thaPwe muft come to England for or go without our breakfaits and if I Qodare to fay you fix upon me and my countrymen for the indelible disgrace of being r I am that you will thinkthis too trifling t difpute to deferve a place in your pa but good as you are your lelf an that we who by VINDEX to have fome Englith blood in our may think it a very ferious tnirg to have the honour if our eating impeached particular C Why doth he not deny the fact fays ViKDEi that it is affigned to the their food To proclaim the ivholefomenefi ot this without nf figning a reafon why white men give it to their when they can get olhr is only rixing the good fenfe of their brethren in In truth I cannot deny though it ftipuH re flect ever b much on the good fenfe of my country I own we do give food made of Indian corn to our as well as eat it ourfelves as you becaufe it is jorne but becaufe it keeps them ftrong asd and fit to go all the labour vve require of Our coft us and them to make money by their If they are they are not only but expenii Where then was your Englifh gosd when you imagined we gave the Caves our Indian becaufe we knew it to be ititvjhilcfome In this is only another of VINDEXS in which he great The firft endeavoured to perfciade that we were repre fented in rhe Britifh Parliament and by that we were reprefented iscaufe the Manor of Eaft Greenwich in Kent is reprefented and all the Americans Eaft And now undertakes to prove to that taxes the moft profitable things in ihe world to thof that pay them for that Scotland is grown ikh liuce the by paying Engiifh I with he would accommodate himfclf a little bettfto our dull We Americans have a many heavy taxes of our to fupport our leveral and pay off the enormous debt contracted by the never conceived ourftlvesthe richer fcr hij and are willing to Lave all new ones to thoic that like At if we muft with participate in jour let us with participate in the and in all the privileges and advantages of commerce rhat accompanied nrver confentto He has made us paUaKers in ad the odium with which he thinks to load They refemble the Scots in fentunents iiiys he their religion is Scortifhi their cuftnus and fsws are Scottiih like the Scorch they what they call the perfecute od women for are in tolerant ts other But muft like the be admired into Parliament for he would increafe the Scatch in tereft in wlvch is equally hoftile to the caufe and the caufe of our that our ianus are Scotiiili 3he I that told you our Indjaacoro is is very The common lawof I aiTure youj the common law of colonies and if the civil lawis what you mean by the Scottiih we none of it but what is forced upon us by in its courts of Admifttfr ing us uf ih t inttlimable part of the com mon trials juries And do you look upon keeping the as part of the Scottilh Issy 1he like the you ubferve what thefsillthe Sabbath you who are fo zealous for your church in abufing other Christians what do you call it and where thi harm of their olfirving if you look into your prayer or ovtr your you will find thefe words ts bslj the SABBATH This tho it be obferved in and has been countenance by feme of your originally one of Gads Commandments a body of laws ftiil in force iu tho1 they may have become ibfdcte oiier Give ins ivLftnJOHN to remind you are to all and there tore it lets become you than any to aftrontand abufe other you hav mixed with your many a a and an mlo lent contempt for all but I am if not procure you one day or other a reigi own for fti pife Irelanc rica fijyou Yet fheie you now think you treat as you they are a conquered Why difpife the who fight and die ior you all over the world Remem you courted Scotland for one hundred and would fain have had your vjickcd will ot She virtnoufly re lifted all your but at length kindly conlented to become your lawful You theu folemnly pronufed to as long a you both mould live and yet you have ever fmce treated her with the utmoft cun which you now begin to extend to your common your enemies are uniting a Family Compact againit can it be difcreet in you to kick up in your own houfe a Fa mily SQarrel And at the very time you are invit ing foreigners to fettle on your and have more to fettle than ever you had it is prudent to fuffer your to abufe thofe who have fettled there becaufe they cannot yet peak Plain is my opi Mailer that the Scotch and as well as the are capable of fpeaking much plainer Enolijb they have ever yet but which I hope they will never be provoked to To be I pafs over your other accufations of the and of the that we Perfecute old women for and are iutolerait other obferving that we were wife enough to leave off both tbofe fooliih long before Old England made the a5l of to or repealed the ftatute againft witchcraft fo that weKyouyourfel may Mely travel through all Scotland and the without the leaft danger of being perfecuted as or taken up for a And yet I own myfelf fo far of an that though I thank youffor the boxinthe ear you have given TOM as be what you juttiy call a futile I cannot but wifti he would give you the fame One word about the Indian which I began and muft end even though I ftiould hazard your that it is certainly HjajgeftibleVagit plainly appears to jlick in my Let Wm the IF HE ycru fay that the Americans prefer it to a place at if I ibouid then ou enter upon a dif cudion of its falubrity and plrafont you venture to write on the and tafte of Indian you never In your life have tailed Jingle grain of it why flwuld that hinder writing on it Have you wii ten even on politics From the LONDON This day his Majelty caine to the Houfe of and being iu his royal robes feated on the throne with the Sir Francis Gentleman Uiher of the Black was Cent with fromhis Ma to the Houfe of tlicir in the Houfe of The Comnons being come thither his jMajefty was plealed to make the folio wing moil fpsech My Lords and When I met you I acqiwinted t1 at mat ters of importance had happened in would demand the molt fjiious attention cf Parlia ihat no which could frrve to direct your deliberations in b a be I have ordered a that might give light into the rhe or the teudency of the disturbances which In vc iate pw vuihd in feme of the Northern to he in mediately laid before No time has been on the firft dvice of thefe n iSue orders to the Cover ors of my and to the Commanders cf my forcs for the exertion of all the powers of go vernment in the fupprellioti of riots and ad in the effectual fuppjrt of laufal Whatever remains to be done on this comiuit to your wiftlom not but your for the honor of my yaur attention ta the juft lights and authority of theBritifh and your affection and concern for the welfare and profpcrity of all my will guide you to iuch ihund and prudent as may tend at once to preferve thofe conftiaitional rights over the co to reftore to them the harmony and tran latrly been interrupted by riots and diferders of the moft If any alteration flvoald be in the com mercial ecconomy of the whjch may tand to enlarge and leciire the mutual and benefi cial intercourie of my kingdoms and will deferve your moft In ef fectuating puipofes fo worthy cf your wildom public you may depend upon my moil hearty concurrence and The preient happy tran now fubfifting in will enable you to purfue fuchobjects of our interior policy with a more uninterrupted atumo Genlamcn of the cf I have ordered trie proper tftnnate fcr tbe current fervice of theyear to be laid before you Huh lup plies as you muy grant fhrdibe duy applied with t e utmoft and mail be dilpenied with theftriCt eft My Lcrds and I eariveitly recommend to to proceed in yovr deliberations with and ihs time and I doubt not but yourown in clination wiii you to ihof falutnry I have nothing at heart but rhe ruTerti ju of legal au the prefervatin of the liberties cf all my the equity and goc and the concord and m order of m ro pei ity or a Lord Cbirnbcrlnins 0 7 n This is to give public birth day will hot be cbLrvcd u Court on kept on i iiurniay i he the iSth but zotli of February BankriWs time of Peter of Georgcbi cut and ts lid day ot February at four in the at K bt chap to furrender th of February Richard of in the county pi dcakr and to render the i4th at five m the tne 4th and 2jth of at eleven in the fore at Zachariah late of in the panfli of StSepulchre in the city of to furrender the iSth and igth and ajtb of Fe at four in the at Archdale of the of Clement in the county sf and to furrender the ult and ill and th of at four in the at Days appointed for making tbe diviJcnds of a bankrupts to Thomas now or late of in the pnrim of Bennst in the city of Lou and the i5th of at four in the at L O N D O It is his Grace the Duke of Dorfet will be appointed Mailer cf We hear the geRtlenjen entrufted with tne affairs of the have been ftviclly euj ined to peti tion the Vice Admiralty courts on their dta blifhment may be fpeedily and tnals by juries inilituted in the ronn in ajl cafes or litigation between the the ft is likewife that the American agents have orders to petition for a Iblemn conhrmanonot their refpeftive colony charters Uiider Ins preient hear that bills of exchange to large amount within thfe few been returned proteit cd from TheEtiftIndia captain ana wiio were fome time nrc An aoguft it i is daily expeked to lyein the neceiiaiy attendants havuig feeea waging for ioms niglifs   

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