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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 16, 1766, London, Middlesex                                T H U R S D A J A N U A R Y H AY SI A ft K E For til a laft time this A T T H B r THBATRp in nmythe ith ied d called LA At The by celebrated Gora arid decp Pit bedsit and no ijerfbns to be will be at half a lea eachl paitety five By to be admttted behind the nor atQ the and ToJjegin atihalf an hour after fix nextwijTbejrofeinied a New called The Mufic entirely icdnpofed by From the P O L t C jfTHK T T E E R A N D ADVERTISE R the variety or ctisntieb lately been of fo many and sf ap preliendiflg fo many bat te T f HI P L t cR o TAaf jnferted in THIS PAPER eavlij SUCH OF ffcAfif SONS the to advertife their 1 IE L D LN Tie WARNINGS and tvay thug Jqfi Li tit ortaj ivgt ant prattfdt Uallflver pawabrtkers pfinter of tbis CLO Ibis aay is In ten fiieets In clefely and illuf trated with SHEET MAP of NORTH price OS THE following CHARTERS at The Tluee VIRGINIA granted bv King JAMES in the 8th CHARLES nth CHARLES R H OBEI SL AN i jth CHARLES PEN SYLVANI 33d CHARLES 3d WILLIAM and fth GEORGE To which is NARRATIVE of the of the NORTH AMERICAN in contequence of Continued to the prefent Printed for at Temple bar 5 in Piccadilly and at Royal In afev ilajs nuiH be of permuting the Expert in to the prefect Printed for in of Tbis Day publJbsdt TOYAGES and the in theyears ja Containing Obfervations in Natural Agricul on the fioly and the Natural Hiitory of the Written origmaMy in the language by the late FREDERIC Publilhed by order of herprefentMajefty the of with an Account of tlie By Sir CHARLES Phyficmn to the KUigof and Member of all thelearned Societies in with a A 7iEy to the NEW TESTAMENT Givinoan of flie fetfera their their and of the and ail which were refpedlively With an Jntrodjicbon on or Parties alluded to Pfiated on writing in a neat packet fewed bound Pointed for Davis and oppofite Imported byPAUL facing South in the de a ou Almanac de Coilomhat pour TAnne pour Compraioa de Tlmpot de avec celai Hiftoire par This bjok an impartial account the iaft has fir that and tbi fyirit rj free lorn that reigns throughout the Encyclopedic ou des 17 Recueil fervant a Traite pour la Peinture en V dePeinture 2 Hiftoriques Anecdotes de Roys de 8 isnio Viede Henry par da 4 This tiay is N u M E R being part of AColleclion of by fub b in Cheapfide where maybe feen a c Mleclion of draw Ings fro n the Duke and theEadof Orfords at j and propofnls a catalogue of prints already and thofe for this This numlicr c mtain the five folioiving RAPHAELS by In n of the Duke of Engraved by Price by In the colleclion of the Earl of Engraved by Price The VIRGTN and by In the collection of Lord by Prise A VIEW of by Rofa di IH tfas colleclion of John Efq Engraved by Price Companion to H A FLEMISH by Van In theEariof Engraved by 7 ay Price s to The T E NT M N I G AT the Little Theatre in near the THIS EVERY till Further The LECTURE on H E A B S vill be delivered by a YOUNG who never appeared in The doors to be opened at and to begin ex actly at fix Gallery To the B L I After feveral of our Lords and the liave with various made wry faces for the of the permit a Woman to at teippt the arduous of laughing the Men out of their follies that while lie at tempts the ndicuie of vicespeculiar to the other flie will by no means fpare the flighteft foible of Lw Crown and Rolls AT of the of the Law this day the utility of ths plan for granting annuities to their was unanimously approved of a Committee was appointed to con fider the proper methods of ettabliming and carry ingit intoexecution and the raeetingwas adjourned to Monday the i7th of February o clock in the at the Crown and Rolls tavern in Chancery to receive the reports of the Cem raitfe of which this public notice was ordered to be This day at ten iviRbe pubtijbed price A FREE ADDRESS to the Author the ESSAYS on the la Aniwer to his Letter to the Havlw It Proximus ftun Egomet Printed for Richardfon and at the Royal This Day is price THE POWE R S of the A Addrefied to JOHN Efq jnaniiur ftilfis terrorihus Ut Gf me niodo ponit Ho Prlnfed for the author and fold by Richardfon and under the Royal price TliE DOUBLE A New As it is now performing at the Theatre Roytil in oppofite Burlingtanhoufe in Piccadilly Lowndesin Fleetftreet j Bladon in Paternoilerrow Williams next the Mitre Davies in Coventgarden 9 Becketand De Hondt in the Strand in Pauls Churchyard 5 and MellY Ri chardfon and Urquhart at the Royal day is In two volumes price in or STATE WORTHIES Or the Stafefmen and Favourites of the Reformation the their prudence and advancementand By D A V I D L L O Y To this added containing the life of the author alfo the characters of the and Queens of England during the above pe riod with of tht Latin and other By Printed for bookfelier to his Royal Highhefs thaPrincefs Dowager of in New This day is pries printed in on SOLITUDE The Elyfmm of the a To which is an By JOHN O G I L V I Printed for in the Strand and fold by in Where may be lately by the fame with elegant an Allegori cil Poems on feveral containing the Day of in two books Odes on vaiiousfub jeclsj and an EfTay on Lyric price The fiime book withoyt the Lyric ia Ibis day is price Printed on afuperSne imperial paper To be THE Seventh Number of an additional Volume to VITRUVIUS or the BRITISH ARCHITECT cenfifting of fee of the moft remarkable edifices of the no and public By WOOLFE and Architects and Subfcriptionstaken iuby in berland Ireet oventryfireet and engraver and in Leiceflernekls propufah maybe arid fpecunents of the work that chufe their impreffions in Italian may have them at a For the Utters figned lafl as thfe law will and then endeavour to rendet them or or Is not a mans characlerrtiinmed up or reducible thefe two integrity and alnlity where is the writer in who hath not done his ntmofVro makieit believed that the Mini fters of the oppofite party are deftituteof both Or who has not angled oul the particulars that compoe the and levelled his attacks one after in both refpeftj There maybe fome difference in the contpofition astogoodjieisordels cacy of anfing from the tafte bf etliita tion of tire writers butaccdrding to matical AntiSejanus fays and and chiyim jJup ignorant rafcals and his adverfnnas plainly tell him in that it is for they are men of honour j but that and and and blundering As to the fafts advanced on each which they never propofe to do hfs than I appeal to the public whether they are not as it is wholly impoiiibie to They depend entirely on the aflertions of anonymous ro litnal the weipht of which evidence I Ibtve every rann acquainted with hiltory to deter mine for Had they confined themfelves to thsexpeciiency of public and left out thing that belonged to connsc and private it would have been a faving of nineteen twentieths of the and that have been wafted in the What I mean by this is chiefly to if pof that rage of contention that has gone forth among us and to beieech men of weight and influ ence to have ibme regard to the public even are not conducted by tbofe whom they would with to fee in To affirnt that the or the very being of the natiorrdepends turning out of one and putting in another is altogether I remember to have been often itrnclc with a of in read ing the ebcclamations of fome who pretend to cxprefs the opinion of alrnoft the whole nation we are upon the of rain and that there is no way to fave us but that Pift fhculd take Alas aid mv fry wliat if it fliould pleafe God tiiat Pitt Some liiitorians take notice of it as a fign ofjjthegfiat degeneracy of the Athenian in the time of that the irihabitaiits of that land of heroes teemed to think their whole fafety lay in one I wifh there were not many iymptoTris of the fame dnftardly difpofition among It is remarkable that the very fame things j in iub have been faid againft every adminiilration fmce there was any liberty in this They have hardly ever been jultified by experience and yet no pan y is afliameci to repeat If any man be at the pains to read the fpeeehes againlt Sir Robert near the beginning of his manage lie will it affirmed that arbitrary power coming upon us in io hafty a that a very 5ittle time would compleat the He con tinued however muny yeirs in the adnainiftration yet we had and after and continue to have at as much liberty both of fpeak and as evtr we had at any perhaps even a little Tipie and experience in a great cure a wiJe man of an inclination to idolize one fet of To the us p r Pfi have certainly been carried on of to a P and as I am portend no to the kingdom in ge neral as its At the lame whatever may be the opi nion of the advocates an each jit gives very little fatisfaftion to cool difmterefled I who love their If the fubjectwere j not it would provoke one to mile when he reads the letters and treatifes ou both How often do the refpeclrive authors gravely that they will not imitate theiradveiiaries in the vile arts of perfonal flander and abufive lan but confine themfelves to piaio the certainty of which they will demonftrite in the cleareft manner to the public Now they mnit give me leave to what I am fiire tlioufands that neither fide will gain by putting us upon mak ing for they are as equally matched in both thefe particulars as itis poffible for writers on any point ofcontroverfy to is perfonal ilander Is it to direcT the public to the perfons in as precifcly and to execrate another except they are ot principles radically as Popifli and It is probable that there is neither fo much tiuth in the on either of zeal tor the intei of the as they themfelvds give out nor fo much falfhood as their enemies pre Perhaps what chiefly hinders them all from doing real fervice to their is their being continually in fucb a hurricime ot that they are obliged to bend their whole force to the fingie purpoic of keeping themfelves in the Would a roan jsrove himfelf art and a real he ought to ftrengthenthe hands of his Majeitys fervants every particular in which they are right and give them no trooble except where they are very much in the The par tizans of a fadVion will immediately tell me his adver faries are never in the right to which I have no other anfwer to but that I do not believe With regard to our preient I de clare for my own in the fincereft that I WHS well fatiffied with the hiftminiftry and believe there were among them feveral perfons of eminent ability and untainted I regretted their being turned not fo much on their own ac as the Itate into which it brought the affairs of the But now they are would mcft humbly fuggelt to them one by which they may demonitrate their faperior vvifdom and goodnefs to almoft all who have gone before by not doing as they were done by and uot involving their in in revenge for the lofs of their power and I hall conclude with a few words to the writers for and agninft the whoi conduct ft ill prompted me to put to It is ama zing that a man can he found willing to write poli tical controverfy in the prefent txlLe for any T htry certainly read or have weak they not knew how great a jumble there is com monly at every reel of the Some of the who are now diametrically may in a be joined together in the clofclt In fuch a though they may foon forgive one another the crime of being out or I very ifiuch doubt whether they will ibeafily forgive the inferior who has belied them to the pub I take it ior that thefe writers f ek favourand promotion let them how probable it that they may lofe their even by what they did to earn and be made a a cririceto the reconciliation of their contending maf TkefollowiTte litters are Lowe Cato Anonymous on and Utters will be delivtrtd to any brings an order in the fatne bind to and the ftrength and oftfee If the colonies mother is hotild remain fo a few months not fo fay a yenr or ii i too eviilent admit of a liut loint tlicula artificer who to for and fubfifiance for by artir ftai ve be come a natiqnjg or el go er fur the rrlnf of their ntgtfities tafbtirjligbtid thn n in If with the piantations is not loon its what mult be ti in dreadful cala at home ThemQck alieady is fenfibly felt in many parts of this ftagndtion irade is Vo and the various petitions for reiet from fo thnt any tins of Aiiti Se the contrary ci have no weight with public in general with tives the people in particular to bias their The evil confequence of theiiamp aft almoft uni verfally affeds high and low Ihe mer chant of the labouring people for want of In mean time while the Americans udl be ccnfi by making a virtue of an1 wearing of their old till they piovidc W To the P U B L I liEN mercenary writers are employed by par T T ties vindicate their paft draw ing concUifious from preiumptive re gardlefs of though under the pretence of fupport ing the coiriteon weal every difintexfted lover of his country muit have a fenfible concern for the real public and ought to lend a hand to fan the duft that is fo frequently attempted to be raifed tor incenfe our Sovereign againft part of his affectionate and loyal aad to mainpeople of all ranks the of what is will be fave4 tb them it undoubted y wii become them a mark of heroic difpofitioa at leaft fcr foinejiumbrr of to wear their ownmanufac And when nccefiky has taughtthem by induftry and the value of the rw doubt but fome of be continued down to the third and fourth which will take fo much bufmefs and in future oat ef tiiJ hands of the poor in If the ftamp adl is not and the Ameri cans reiufe to receive it on cji there but one flip mere wanting to enfeeble the and to the ruin of this long re nowned kingdom government that to fend army of force fufSuent to compel them to obe Such a of trebling them s would alienate their afleftions from the bft cf The fuccefs might be or for ibme in as the fituatron of the Americans is and in nianj parts innccei iible toaa Englim without the aid and fup port pf the colontits themfelvts and from their unanimous of liaving thtir legal pri prefent reentment bejpeak be the unhappy confe that we fhouid come to open ruptures and violence among no doubt but our aflHy ous neighbours the French our will not fail of becoming ajbiters in the and of lending a hand to put an end our I hope my country who atthe ccnduft of the aliening thay deem their j nit will fome deration withtheir and remember the indif cretion of die isinidto have fevhisbxnifj oa Ixjcaufe he vvauid of burning his The caiger of domeilic the mpend ruin of many thoufUucis of the Kings molt va luable calls aloud for the attention of the Sound and the ciitkal iltuation requires than rigorous meafures to ialutary If the late an hive infringed upon the char and incroached upon the legal and privi leges of freebcrn jultice alone ought to be furncient toplead their the fitnefs of giving them redrefs frum the Couris wtil appear if the people in Eng land were coolly for hour or two to luppbfe the cafe or upon the whole to how they could reiiih a Star Chamber in If therod that is now fhakmg over the Americans was laid until their Sovereign ccuUl heur their petitions and Although the Americans might think among them a needefs and unnecefLry for their defence yet I make no would voluntarily and freely by their own to the iuopo t ef go vernment in in fuch manner and propor tion as they can belt fee and know how to comply te the utmolt of their in would bring treafure into the Kings excbe in IdTeu the taxes in Eng or fink thenational All the Americans are trained md beft qualified for and their coniliai tions belt adapted to bear the fatigues and to enjoy health in their native And as there are no other enemies but the Indians now to guard and they can no longer be incenfed and fupplisd with arms and ammunition by the they will be brought more and more into frientilhip ard alli ance with the If the loyal Americans can be treated as and are iuffered inviolably to enjoy the rights of their charters and valuable as freeborn we fhall ever gain the unihaken attachment of their loyalty and affec tion the cultivation of which is of the utmoft im and it mail tend to mutual benefit but in an efpecial manner to the advantage of the mo ther country wKich I am time willfully whatever meafure may be purfued for the I have oft the firm and repeated remcn ftrances of the French parliament to their an undeniable indication of valuable be longing to that For the weiiare of pub lic is the ihength of the Sovereign when the rights of every individual are hefd will have tlie wealth and affections of the By the fame the fiiew i hemelves capable of making jtannch and loval cf which they have given direcl and evident proofs during the iate wars for they who will their rights and privileges to be taken from with making may alfo be bought or or forcibly be compelled to the fiavilh fion of every iuvafijii of foivifn power and are fie to be made delpicable flaves PiiO P To the P R I N T E YOUR correspondent Vindex feem to be an perlon not in regard to food polite or political ut on account of his effrontery of which bis let ter of the is a ilriking there ing liarcs a fingie aflertion in that but   

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