Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser, January 17, 1766

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

January 17, 1766

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 17, 1766, London, Middlesex 1 Tine Gazetteer afcd Mew Daffy F R I D A J A N U HA Y M A R K E For die laft time of performing this A T T H B INGS THEATRE in the the iith will be per formed a favourite Serious called LA CLEMENZA Dl he Siwfic compofed fereral celebrated Com Wkh new an3 deco Fit and boxes be put and no i to be admitted without which will elivered Tomorrow at the laid at half a Hturieatach Gallery five their MAJESTIES Xo perffiii yjhatfoeyer to admitted behind the iior into the The pit and will be opened at Totegin at half an hour after Vivant Rex Oh Tuefday next will be prformed a New called The Mafic entirely competed by D R U R Y L A N AT the Theatre RoyaJ in D a v T L A N THIS DAY will prefented M E R O P Portias the Shepherd Cautherly Pohphon Havxrd Packer i Burton High Braniby Mifs Plym With a PROCESSION and With the HER MI C G V E N T G A K D E AT Theatre Royal in Co THIS PAY wiU te prefefcted The DOUBLE M I S T A K The principal characters by Mia A Prologue tp be by Smith The H b L E R E dtf is friff Handferaely printed in on fine writing OOLITUDE The Elyfium of the Printed for in the Strand f and fold S By JOHN To which is an Elegy I L V I B 7 a by in Where may be lately by the fame with elegant an Allegori cal price Poems on containing the Day of in two books Odes on various fiib jects and an Eflay on Lyric price The fame book without the Lyric in This day is In two volumes price in or STATE WORTHIES Or the Statefmen and Favourites of from the Reformation to the Revolution j their prudence and fuccefs and advancement and ByDAVID To this edition is added an being a Continuation of the feleSed from Winftanleys WORTHIES alfo a new containing the Life of Author alfo the characters ofthe Kings and Queens of England during the above pe riod together with atranftation of the Latin paf fagesj and other By Charles Printed for bookfeller to his Royd Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of in New ivill be price and Kcceflity oi taxing the lCAt COLONIES Together with a Vinditation of the A uthority of Printed tor oppofite Burlingtphhoufe hi KccBdiHr fold liktwile by in in Paternofter r the letttr fantd JACOBINA HEN irfn la To SAlflgi3tSONLnnar and Calendar patent watch for flying the day of the and theatftof the continues to be fold by John Mafiett joint patentee with the late Sanderfon in clofe Their are alfe fold by the and at the j bV Wickftead and j in Bath Lock m Oxford j in York and Amyort in Norwich Isewcafile MrTnomp on the New in Edinburgh aad Clements in To tbf ttcouraeert of find beneficial TN Puerto preferve entire the collection of I the cata names and places where mane in the af twentytwe years travel through Great ithef foprietor hath been advifed to open a fuWcripnon towards the purchafe thereof for the BritHk as the fame would not only afford material for the natural in a great mea fcre contribute to the wealth of thefe byia ducine others tocontirine thefe The whole is therefore the Public at two hundred valued by Da Libra rian and Mufeumkeeper to the Royal Al are willing to promote this are requefted to communicate their the fums tfceV are to to Paul in the by whom fubfcnptions willTw So foon as the above fubfcnption is the collection will be depofited in the Britifli with the and the names cf thofe perfons prefixed to by vvhofe bounty J this addition is made to that Neatly printed in price REPORTS of CASES argued and adjudged in the Conrtof Kinds in the ninth andtenth years of ais late Msjefty King GEORGE the Second during which time the Right Honourable theJEarl of Hardwicke was Lord Chief Juftice of With Tables of the names of the Cales aivd principal To which is prefixed A Propofal for rendering the Lawfff England clear and certain Humbly offeredtotbe eonfiderationof both Hoiifes of Printed for near Temple bar in Catharinetfreet and near be and price or bound THE SERMONS of pubhthed by the Prieted for Beeket and De near in the Ttfe Jtobilityand who have honoured Stern with their fubfcriptions to the above fer sequefted to Hndfor their books as Complete in 4 may be had either fewed or bound Triftram in 8 Tbis Day are TpyAGESaod TRAVELS in the V in the years 51 Containing Obfervations in Natural Agricul and Particularly on the Holy md the Natural Hiitory of the Written wriginatty in the Swediih language hy the late EREDEUC by order of her prefentMajefty the Ojieeu of with Jin Account of tbe By Sir CHARLES L I N N M U Phyficianrothe King of and Member of all the learned Societies with a price boutfd A KEY tothe NEW TESTAMENT Givmg an Account of the feveral their their Autbanr aod vof the and on wWcfrthey were refpeaivly With an iects or Parties alluded to in Panted on writing ma neat pocket price fewed bound Printed for Davis and oppofite I BY permiffion of the C mmittee of Common JOHN engraver m i propofies to pnblijh by two 1 engraved from a laudable fptrit of by meffieuis Ravenet famorrow will ha In one large volue price boundT The Second revifed and ADVICE to the People in with regard to their HEALTH but particularly calcu lated for thofe who are the moil unlikely to be pro vided in time with the beft affiftance in acute dif or upon any fudden inward or outward acci dent With a table of the mott yet effec tual and the plainelt directions for prepa ring them Translated from the French edition TJSSOTS at Lyons with all the notes in the firft Enghfti edi and a few additional By K I R R P A T R I C Printed for Beeket and De Surryftreet in the Imported by PAUL VAIL LAN facing South in the fiALENDRIER de a ou Almanac ue Collombatpour TAnne Etrenne pour Comparaifon de 1Impot de avec celai Hiftoire par Tbis book contains an impartial accoutt of We loft ami b as far that and rf freeJem that reigns throughout fbe been pip preffed at Encyclopedic ou Diftionaire des Recueil de fervant a Traite des pour la Pemture en dePeinture a Hiftoriques Anecdotes de Roys de 8 lavrro Vie de Henry 4 day is By for the year THE mod and valuable CATA LOGUE ot in all bocks of foible and by the greateft majlers containing above ONE in elegant li braries of James and his brother the eminent for their of botanical ancient and books of medals Admiral Leftock of Walthansftow 5 William Efq Serjeant at Law Mr Al derman tfie Edi tor of Plutarch Samuel Elq one of the Benchers of the Society of GraysInn and the afternoon preachrrto the aid As the CATALOGUE will be very and and but few copies the Pro prietor hopes the will not be offended at not receiving it as ufual and to prevent its falling into the hands of fuch who never intend to be the price of it will be five Jbil for which a printed receipt will be given which will be allowed in any er the money returned on the delivery of the Receipt and Cata A difcdunt Jiffive pef for five pouruii tat per on ten and fifteen per on twcmy and will be payment of ready The manufcript fermoni of learned are to be difpofed being a coude for the vunte in bis own very Bythe defire ofa jkilful and for the geod of Affair of the Amerieaii aft becomes day more and is now arrived at whether England mail affert her dominion over ner or the colonies totally independent of her legiflative Ferhaps a ftiort ketch of fome of the arguments on loth may enable your and the to determine which they would were the choice left to On behalf of the cdonies it is That not beinj reprefented in the Briiifh thatparlia mnt nor ought to tax them j that it cannot lay taxes on any who are not But even if it the colonies have been tnxed which is a grievance better to be conceived than Iney have in ofte unfum moned and been deprived of their invalu able which they have enjoyed upwards of It is there is power and flrength enough in oblige them to fubmit to thisa3 to them to But the here is not about but about And would it Ua pnuknt to enforce the right of which It indeed been the of later i treat die Americans with much contempt and foul hnguage but this bas neither been prudent nor politic fcr America is too iefpeft and the of this country of too much o be fported calling be driven defpair j and Jike the Strong fiie may embrace the ipiltars of this Kind bury herfelf and us jn There is every argument of and for the reicindingof this aft and until it is totally neither the com merce of Great noc the of Ame rica wiH be reltored On the other fide it is That the tomp ft is not the firiV acl of the parliament which lias extended to TJie of and poll office very materially affect America the latter in particular ian tax on and neither ot have been difeuted although if par iament no right to pais they ought likewife to be With regard totheftarap never did any adl pafs with remarkable and for in one the parliament came to a that it ivas the right and authority of the Britifh legifiatuie tp tax America and it was net until the a twelvemonth that the bill for the ftamp sft was brought ia therefore tfiere was time enough fcr every body who did not approve ot to pre pare themftlves vuth pioper arguments to oppofe it bur Uie trurh nobody Jeerned to doubt the rigbt the Americans themfelves that if jtocleded ritfier from than reafon for many iidi tliere are I doubt not your readmefs to oblige the and your very humble lervant This is doubtlefs a irzftake in the To the P R I E court of common Painted by Reynolds for the corporation of and placed m As an excitement to the antifts to ex ert the utmoft of tbrir the merits of t lie prints ftall be left to the fubfcribers who fhall have their Choice ot the two That which fliali be deem ed the flail be feven hillings and fix pence to fubfcribers five to be at the time of and th when the print is which will be foon after Ladyday The fite of each plate is 15 inches by 20 ihalf in The will be clofed on Lady day after which price fliali be raHed tu ten millings finpence i fubfcribers ihall have firil im which delivered tlie fub Kribed for 5 therefore the curious arc delkcd to be has been ufed by many who have found great benefit by It preferyes the it cores of ever fo long landing and thole who sre afflicted with foortnefs of or ubkd with wind or pains in the or perfons who have over heated their It creates an appe and ftrengthens all the inward parts ot human nature it prevents many and may be ta ken without alteration or in any change of weather juisither purges nor and is to be fold at thfee pence the half pint from eight oclock in the till ia at It muft be taken in themorning at lead an hour It is as pleifantas any The room it genteelly fitted J up Tor the fyeption of gentlemen and they xtvft be they rather nave the ftaiup aft than any If the Brituh legiflature have to tax they have tax they have averted itj and ail the counties in England may cLiim an ex emption from which the refcinding cf this aft be encouragement for them to The very have been rated too but thole are eafily A Friend to tty To the P R I N T HAV IN G heard Sundry papers had ben tranfmiited from one of the North American Governors tJ which would let the Ameri can iftYirs in a clear and drftiuct I was very anxious to procure a iihr of which by the favour of a iriena I at iaft did and as I doubt not but your readers have the fame I here Send you a account of what they Tlieie papersare Copies and Extracts from eighteen Nojth Aruerican to wit The The Bojlon Gazette and Country Mon i65 r TheSupplsment to the Bojlcn Gazette of Monday The Newport Mercuryt Tiic Boflon Evening The New London The Soften The Suppietnsus to the Bojitn tiiftox Evening 11 The Bojlon The bojlen Lvening Gazette and Bojlon News Let The Beftsn The Supplement to the Sojlon Monday Bofion Evening The The Boflon Eveatug 1765 Thefe cantain the retolves of different Monies of on the fubjeft of the Starapaft letters and on the fame fubjeft anfwers to accounts of and procla On a carefur reading of the I foud har the principal part had been already pubhmed m The Kartutive if the Proceedings of the Nertb American in aafeouence of the late prefixed to the Charters at by in which a clear and regular account is given of what thefe tranfmitted papers now To complete and that the public may be acquainted with every ftep that tnken in North and their reafon hg been taken in North and their ines on that important I ftiall fend y you to nes morrow fuch of as have not been mierted in s s YOUR correfpondent of the irthin feems Ml that the Americans fliouidbeconiidered in rue ligiit of dutiful remonftrating againft rupnofeif opppeffionsajtd that the late tumults in are riots for which Uje community is net aniwerabJe But has he that all corporations are sound to prottct the officers of the crown within thttr and that we have many at home of towns being amerced for injuries done to psrions veiled with a public as at of Shawfieldshftufe WAS deftroyed by a mob Or has be that the tumults which Compelled the itamp officers to never were or even molefted by the Magistrates Are not tbefe tumults then the aft of the whole community Is not the perfbn looks and quietly fees another robbed or of the felony The American afiembtissj by declin ing to take upon them the protection of ftamp failed in a duty they owedfo and thereby charged themfelvps withthe mikhievous which refiiltedrrom tins failure in their As to the petition for a if there is any truth in that I make n cSotrbt bat that the parliament will with all pnfnie J deiire not to foreftal the jtidgment of of to inceufethem againit My only aim is to not the of the tax in Tacie are two different qxidrions and if tne Americans hinged their cauf ontbe impropriety of the ftanip England had not been concerned in thedifpute but by themode in which they have carried on their opponiion to this fuppofed they have acted as fele and ultimate judges in their own caufe not only remonitrating but encountering the authority of parliament and if in their we fhall learn from them in what manner air oppofition to a future tax is to be rnoft firccels fully endeavours to make us that a conceffion to hold as ofthe manor ttf Ectft only that the tenure cf New England fliali bcof the fame kind with thnt of Baft Greenwich j bat if tlie intention of die deed had been to erect in a manor cf a fimiiar te nure with that of Eaft Greenwichin this weuld have been fully in the charter gains no fuppajt from this fuppofition foi if the by which New England is held cfthe be of ihe famekind with that of the manor of Eait die obli gation refalting irsm tliaf the aifo 5 of canfequerce NewEngland is as much to the wiHof declared inParlia as Eaft which is all I contend We not difoute about if the ftantial of our demand is granted But in the mean time I rauit that as f the manor of Eaft by na mles f cart be tortured to to as ike manor of Eaft Greenwich fo that fenfe of that claufe is totally Thisgentleman is alfo pleafed to vfhy the commercial miss do not prevail in NewEng as in in cafe it be that New land lies in England I anfwer The gocJ whole requires a difference to be rnade by the llators but wherever noftatutehas marie a drfc rfint thefa me laws and regulations take Andhere I take the liberty to that is in fuppoling that the New may not flieir own beavers into or their wool into ortheir iron into or if they It is alfo that may ciear for foreign ort of anyCuiromhoufe that a Briton can clear out for tlie fame and carry with him the fame ef fects fo that rights in this point are the I that iiatss very objechou to the power of the American provincial aflemblies an objeJHoa which I always thought a good not only to their money acts during the but to all their maney acts j that is to I look upon power af tlieirpro vincial aiiefnbiies to be totally except fo far as they are confirmed by j arHameJit becaufe the from their cannot Taite one milling from the fvrbjefts without the con currence of parliament and the Britim Americans being it is certaiu that they cannot be LEGALY TAXED except in or by authority of But this is aaobjectiou to the conltitution of all their provincial except in fo far as they have obtnined parliamentary Themoney framed by them during tke late are no more concerned La this queftion than the rell of their money fiace their firit That objeftiou operates this that America Ites in England it only that there is a radical nullity or illegality in theAme rican which cannot be cured but by an aft of confirming their and indem nifying all perfons concerned in the former illega practifed under the erroneous authority of the American provincial I that this objeftyn tothe Ame rican at fome time r be tumbled upon and I have that in the fa mous trial of the printer at New this very objection ftatsd to the tion of the Ibpreme court at tbet that court drew from the aft of the crown or froman aft of a provincial which leaned for its fuppcrt upon the or Proclamation if the which wa not iuf tjcient in law to create a Bin ths Court made no other deciiionupcu this plea to their fave only that they lilenced the attor nies who made by hiking them off the as that difficulty not in ths way c my but Strikes at the authority of cial American courts the abettor of Americn ought to folve I am not concerned about its Let thofe who cry up the legality and powers of thai aflemblies look to I agree with that rifkftions on rie morals of the Americans eught to be the above narrative with inch reafomng n6t been yet offered by any of ths writers on the dfferent tides cf the quellion and as I fliali care fully avoid extracting fuch paffages as teem ro wbex the Americans make it nsajfary so truf Had it never bcej jropoled to lub ject us to by introducing members from tiisiic into I had never touched thit ;

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