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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 18, 1766, London, Middlesex S A T U R V TKE wiii be per caifed DI TrTCu end pew aaddeco lrer anjfnd which wijl at half a IJ A R t h an of A of taKirigupon hini the c the practical part of in tjiefev ibfLAMr and from will not be Such hayi a proper character for and a duity in as well as for having experience and fuitable to fuch ah may be treated by applying to fta in By tfctiriMAJEhSTIE S jib perfbn tt be admitted behind the norr will be opened at To begiiaat an hour after fix Kex QnTuefiiajtne3ttwill beprformed aNew caHed The Mufic entirely competed by D A UA N AT the Theatre Rwyal in THIS DAY will lie preferred The P LA I N D E A L E The principal parts by Strange Mifs PJynv Hirpifliy and With thf HE RMI C O V Er NT R D E AT the Theatre in THIS DAY will be preiented DOUBLE MIST A K Thepnricipal characters by M Mifs and Mifs A Prwogue to be fooken by Smith The Epilogue by With the ENGLISHMAN in The TW E L F T H N I G H T the Little Theatre in near the l C T U R E on HEADS wfllfoe delivered by a YOUNG who never appeared in Thedoors to be opened and to begin ex at fix Gallery To the B L I Afterfeveralof our Lerds and the have with various niade wry faces for the araufement of the permit a Woman to at tempt the arduous taflc of out of their follies that while fhe at ridicule of vices peculiar to faettber will by no means fpare the flighted foible of her Ibis ty is price Handlbtnely printed in on Epewritin SOLITUDE The To which is an E By T O H O G I L V I Printed for in the Strand andfold by in Where may be lately by the fame with an Allegori cal price Poeml on Kveral containing the Day of in two books Odes on various fub jefts and price The feme took without the Lyric m A New being the with the addition of a giving a concife but clear ac count or the of annuities accurate and equally ufefulj cilcuTatedtO per from t to and from i day to and from i month to price fewed Very neceflary to be read who or who intend to property in the or to HIS A TV GUIDE TO In which the nature of the feyeral vulgarly called the is clearly explained and the myftery and infquity of StockJobbing laid before the public in a jiew and impartial Alfo the method of tranf cf raifing the annual Supplies granted byParliament the manner of Uibfcnbing and of buying and felling fubfcription India Lite and other Government without the 6f a is made intelligible to the mtaneft capacity j and an account is given of the Laws force to C lerks at the A for thebenefit of who live in the fliewing the days ano hours of transrerring the different Stocks and and the time of paying the dividends Alfo a new Table of calcula ted trt 5 per for the ufe of the prefent Prdprt of India By Printed for the Bail corner of the New Church in the Strand j and fold by all beokfellers taGreat Britain and Of whom maybe by Die and be price fourth AS Windifl the are troublefome eopnplaints io ntfc and and as many who haVejthelattef degree are ex tremely attacks ofthe billious cholic the by turning much of his to render the moft important ftryice and wiflies thatftich as from or a fedentary or favourite or too of labour under any of the will do as to tfafe foir tnal the dbej not obtain returaed on receiving baclCtae box ahjhg we figried paper iw which the fiwre wai die time of is the OB the merit of TO be ready a c and elegantly fitted up the fit A door on turn to the from in which Nefbitt now moft plealantly andanl extenfive view of the country out of the back win For further particulars enquire at the laid ENGLISH Cambricks and clear ftamped according to aft of and in goodneft to any made in are fold by order of the and for their at Mary EaRoit and Gos in Taviftock wholefale or at very reafonable This The Third price of LETTER to the fioned by hit late Letter to the Right the Author of the Divine Legation of By the Author of ESSAYS on the Printed for Davis and ReymerSi overagaiiifi This day is price A DISSERTATION on the Ancient PAGAN Wherein the opinions of IJMhop Warburion and Lelatid on this are particularly Printed for overagainft This day it puUiJhtds THE Juftice and Neceffity of taxing the AME RICAN Togethei with a Vindication of the Authority of for oppofite Burlihgtonhoufe Piccadilly fold likewife by in Fleet ftreet in Paterriofter 6s dag is In one large volue ocl a The Second r ADVICE to the with regard to their HEALTH calcu lated for thofe who are the to be pro vided inrthne with the beft affiaant in acute or upon inward 0r outward dent j a table of the niofl cheap y et efFec taal aad the prepa Tranilated from French edition of TissOTs Avis printed at Lyons the notes hrH Eugfifh ant a few additional By KJRRP Printed for Becket and De near 1 This day Volumes and price fe or bound THE SERMONS of pubUihed by the Printed for Becketand P De near In the The Nobility and who have honoured Sternwith their fubfcriptjons to the above fer are requefted to for their books Complefe lets in 4 may be had either fevved or bound j alfo Triftram in A R C H I T E T U R Ibti day is Printed oh a fuperfine imperial paper To be THE Seventh Number of additional to VitfeyVius CHIT EC T cenfifting of fec of the moft remarkable edifices of the no atid public By W60LFE and Architects and Subfcriptions taken in by in berland ftreet Coveiitryftreet and M engraver and m Leicefterfields where propofals may be and fpecirrients of the work Thofe that chufe their impreffioiK in Italian may have them at a This day is NUMBER AColleftion of now engraving by fub by ia CheapiideT may be eOOecHon of draw ingsfrom the Duke of Earl pf Orfords atHbughtoni and propofals delTveredjwith a catalogue of it prints already and thofe intended this This contains the five folio wing i by of the Duke of Engraved by Price by Sal the collection of the Eari of Engraved by Price The VIRGIN and by In the collection of Lord Engraved by Price A VIEW of byRofadi the colleftion of John Engravedy Price A FLEMISH by In the collection of the Earl of Bute Price 78 Companion to letters faned A LQVEB of PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS fa loft the P R I N T ral objections that have rtifr ed agaiitft that falutartt and very neceflary the flaking tff tbl btunty oit cern in Jjf the cotirfe of which I I have made it appear very that BQVNTV isttt tbt tbt ftke iroife which qwly I drawn this very fair that the taking off he bpunty be eafy and gr a dually operating towards the general ofltfie the encouragsineht ot and the welfare of this generafa They cornibrants by their art and cunning the bounty into a greater evil than it woald otherwjfe nave been therefdre fhjjy have z dqublje to lofe that indulgence which thjBy turned like a into the of try If rtmairis any plea on their left them bring forth their them their own defence Why this profound filence Why this feemiag inattention Do they anfwer no becaufe they have toanfvrer they obfe ye a in hopes great ones will the cries of the and the diftrefles of and tradefmen In jdignant I Let it thehearts of id injurious to aE government f tiiat graadv Profefibr and Arch teaclier of royal crafc and minifterial has yet fo far kept terms with found reafon aid the cred rights of as to lay down this That Governors ought at lealt to up an pearance of afting for the public The rea lity of the thing to him was immaterial the appear ance only he required of in order to their authority with the All friends of human require not only the but the real ftudy of public Qor constitution entitles us to this fundamental upon which the great machine of Govern mentcanfafeljr would then if living in to maxrms partis minims lex eflo Would he openly attack the great ftfndameotal principle which only and alone can diftinruifli it from arch tyranny Let ndt then the crew of infignificant politicians withlefs ta and greater than MACHIAVEL dare to reverie this glorious Let the fofety and vftbe people be the fupreme or rule ofGo j ind Jn Here is a material kufmefs for real if any are left among to exercife thefe with an affair worthy their immediate moil ferious cdnlider without loft of time while they delibe we thepsor and trading people may be Let us notrcpeat laft years to continue a until all the good and thea open the ports to reiipjjfftCtheTame damaged or bad foreign corn This is a more ferious intereitmg affair id us than the American affair however ferious that may feem at which I may illuftrate in another A FRIEND of the The fotiottitig letters are A Bri The Voice of Neu tittijeoj the preftnt dfartb tr famine if brtad to be tttfcotrfcquexte jy ibt wrueofefieUtf private things it fcacfc Jorge Jaxaiten iuas to bt to h madt in are tote oftea repented at i but great generally and nd rnave byflow degrees 5 and where tfee pitatioa ought tp be carefully This is to tht the Lord aifd cf tbeCify ef fnCgmmim Csiixcil af The humble Petition of all the and Dray Horfes within thefaiM ITTAHAT your petitioners have time 5mme morial exerted their utmoft not only for but like wife for the pleafure of the citizens of this great aud opulent cityj and have never complained or nottvithftanding your petitioners have been greatly opprel fed and treated with barbarity by their rtfpeflive That your petitioners have been credibJy inform that application is intended to be made to par liament for to enable your Lordship and Worships to new pave this city in the manner Weft itiinfteif I That petitioners fee with great pieafure the improvements continually making in this by building opening and widening and particularly the elegant buildings now erefling niear the under the utfpsclion of a inoft expe rienced and able artiit and who has given luch proofs of his ikill and ingenuity in many parts Of and as may vie even with Rorffe itfelf nor have your petitioners the leaft ob jection tothe new provided your Lord mip and command the and prevent the now and froll from penetrating Loa don your petitioners Jjeing that in cafe the faid be aisd be come your petitioners will riot be able to ftand on their thpfe eipecialJy who are deftined to draw heavy loads up and down thefeveral there being no footing for your That your petitioners do not make this applica tion or becaufe Scofch pebbles are ufed on this but from their own ex and certificates from their brethren in the neighbouring and yourpetitioners humbly ap prehend fuch pavement is not only ujifafe for your butwill be dangerous and prejudicial to from of that in all probability may enfue That your petitioners fubmit to your and whether it would not be more ad vifeable whatever may be delivered relative to the foot paths to new pave the high ways with common ftpnes of the fame fubjecl to the regu laitions proppfed by the intended which your petitioners conceive wiltanfwer all the purpo without fubjeSting your petitioners to the hard fkip and meonvenience they muft experience by the new in cafe it hould be executed in the fame manner with therefore moft h umhly pray your and Wormips to take their cafe into conn and to grant them fuch relief in the pre mifes as their paft and future fervices may And your petitioners fhall Signed by order of the eminently ieejiin tw auguft where finefs is tranfacied by jegular ftages and toublic bodies nor private perfons can be without Jhejiwans rf Jenawing it in time r although RO citizen of I cannot avoid having a high regard for its on account of that public uprightness which has rendered the corporation conspicuous all over Europe but though I am no yet as I am an and a freeholder in I hope with a i due fuh I inay have liberty to that I anra paity concerned in the the rueafure of new pav and haying no other method than to con vey my I hope fiand excufed when I that if the Couit Qf had not formed refolutionsj but referrtd the mnt thback to the of with in containing their or had by any other method communicated their new the public would have had the opportunity of knowing and of petitioning the Court againjl fuch part of the plan as appeared hard and unequal and I make no doubt but that the ufual candour of Court would have and paid proper at tention as it affefted thou fands of would doubtlefs have been fupported byvery hrge numbers and though redrefs may behadin another yet for private perfons topetition or point out par ticulargrievanegs to the tourt of Common vyhilfb a is agitating order to render it per is much more than for private peribns with their own to be brought to conned to gether to petition parliament agalnft any meafure of the corporation of cafh ofits chamber to fupport it if any body would be the I fuppofe fubfcribers would not be wanting againit a method of taxation that appears extremely and will be a perpe tual and heavy burjjlien upon all the houiholders cept in the vevyhlgn ftrtets of this city and liberty but according to the eld What is every bodys bufmefs is the weigh the cor which naturally has a large gives it a great advartfage over indit vidualsj whicli of a fufficient reafon why there ought to be time and caution jji aci of the Wfeere the property of inhabi tants isto be effected bj a I do not doubt but that the wifdom of parliament will regulate this meafure properly upon fhe equity of the witli out a petition from individuals and that holders of London will not be compelled to alter pavements where it is not ner iafuch fitu ationsobliged as thofe Where A MERCHANT of To the P R I N T E IWASa ftranger to the prefent intended mode of taxation for the pavements of till I read theletter in your paper on Friday figned I thought the method publiuied by the Court of Sewers had been the plan agreed and thatthat was the reafon of throwing it out to public it apT Beared from the care and candour with which that memorial was that the Commiffioners taken and kad maturely confidered the fub To the P RI N T E IT hath upon the late he ordered the act of touching tha of North America with and French to be put into rigorous execution by which the current of geld and filver into rican colonies being great injury hath ac crued immediately to eventually to The and the too flagrant to he But the advocates of that fay in JITS that he was follicited to what he diet by a council or com mittee of Weil India merchants and that it was only enforcing acts of parliament already The is ftilr and the exculpation 1 or either that minifter that the trade was productive of great advantages to and from thence to Britain or quaintancc with the Ibte of and the mutual interefts of Grear Britain and America wns grofi nnd If he knew its real then he facri ficed the interefts cf Great and of the Ame rican to a fordid and interelif d fbllicitation of the WeltIndian Is it not tbat the induRrious North Americans are confined in their trade to European to the ipecial emolument of but mult the American trade be alto monopolized muft their interests be fscri ficed to the already too opulent and luxuriousWeft Indians North America produces the fubftantial and neceflary articles of fhip befides being a fertile and health ful nurfery for ufetul and isduftrious fubjecTis the Weft Indian iflands furnifli and are the fatal and infatiable graves of the Did that rainifter know this of which any petty trader would have informed him and did he Jacri fice the careful American to the luxurious Weft Indian and upon no better ground than the follicitation cf one of the with the modeit petition of a mo nopoly in trade I do not doubt indeed but that follicitatien of the Jamaica would have prevailed with juch a minifter to reftrict of America that It was no thing but an inforcement of former acts cf par God defend us from his inforcements he would force us headlong into to the brink of has already bought It might be in character fora commiflioner of thetuftoms to have afted but for a minifter of fie fie A few years of fuch and wicktd would have made us to rife It is faid that tins generous mirTiiter has given bounties upon the im portation of American It may befo liutl am apt to he has in this too purfued hjs fa vourite frugal of giving vvith one hand and taking uith the for a merchant very lately informed that were upon and fuch difficulties thro oil its exportation frorri as moft to a It generous bounty on its and at the fame hibit its will SiJ the whole ieries of this minifters gard to that it has been apt and uniform apt to eftabliih the ia Amerjca i to tbefin countries and uniform in its I
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