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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 22, 1766, London, Middlesex M the tsth will be per arnied a called v Q y O N I Sr jB The Mafic entirely corapofed by Siemor Wttfc new new iaod deco Pit and boxes to be put and no to be admitted without which will fee delivered That Day at the faid at half a jminea each Gallery five By MAJESTIES No perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at begin at half an hour after fix 6 Vivant Rex Ttisday tf Impartial of A G R I C Ft from permitting tne Exportation of iorn to the prefetttl Printed oppofite in in Picca Charingcrofs aud To in Weftmiiifter halE Tbttdaj is 1 jD R U R Y L A N AT the Theatre Royal in D R URT THIS DAY will he prefented VENICE P R E S E R V Powell j Havard Burton Benfley 5 Branfry 5 Packer i Fox Strange Ackman With the H E R M I C b V E N T G A R D E AT the Theatre Royal in I Hlb DAY will be prefented The SUMMERS The principal characters by Mr Far asd Mifs Witlf Entertainmentof REFRACTING With a compound OBJECT CONSTRUCTED upon the principles of Chester More Efq whqfe invention of the com poundObjeft Glafs has fomuch improved renders it far fuperisr to any of its kind ies much and objects are lean n with that clearnefs and wnich not only ufefull at but by laud as all objefts appear through it in their natural andnot blended with ethers not to be raneriieAin thofe made with afingk are made and fold by JAMfcS facinr ToaiV coftee at the following per cheaper than thole fold at Other l 1 A two foot i io o A three foot ia 6 Afwurfeot And all other lengths proportionably Good allowance to and to felt price bwmt 6sf The fecohd edition ia oiftavo with large of THE NEW The ELEMENTS of The MEDIC or an account of the fubftances employed in medicine with the ahdufe each fofar as they are warranted by experience and The preparations and compofitious of thenfcnr LONDON and EDINSVRCH with fuch of the old ones as ace kept in the hops j the moft celebrated foreign medicines the moft ufeful of thofe directed in the hofpitals fundry elegant txtejnporaneous digefled in fucff a method as to compofe a regular fyftem of pharma cy j with remarks on their preparations and Bfesj the means of diftinguHhins adulterations of per forming the more difficult and dangerous proceffes with eafe and The whole interfperfed with practical cautions and Printed for oppofite in the bookfeller to This day is Neatly printed in price REPORTS of CASES argued and adjudged in the Court of KINGS in the ninta and tenth years of bis late Majefty King GEORGE the Second during which time the Right Honourable the Earl of Hardvvicke was Lord Chief Juitice of With Tables of the names of the Cafes and principal To which is prefixed A Propofalfor rendering the Laws cf England clear and Humbly offered to the conlideration of both Houfes of Printed for near Templebar in Catliarineftreet and near This day price AN Application of fome General Political Rules to the prefent State of Great and In a Letter to the Right Earl Printed for Ahnon oppofite Burlingtohhoufe ia Piccadilly and fold likewife by WilBams in Fleetftreet and Etadon Garden cow Middle Sand give That their collec tion of Prints of fea and capital throughout England and is now entirely a work of above thirty years clofe application which may be or any part of at their as above Where attendance will be given every day from eleventill price jsl AN Actpunt of a Ute on Affairs of printed for Burlingtonhoufe in Piccadilly and fold likewile by in Fleetftreet 5 Kerfly in Ludgateftreet and in Pater jnpHE following NEW PAMPHLKTo on the SnbjecT of the Late Occurrences in day is price STRICTURES on the late Occurrences in NORTH i Vetant leges vetant duodecim privatis id en3ni eit Cicero pro Printed for near Fleet This day are In two parts in price 153 or in one TS on the fpiritual and temporal liberty of fubjeftsand protelbnts in Addrefled to Efq at Aix ia Chapelle By ANTHONY E L L Y Late Lord Bifiiop of Davids Printed for at Boyles and at Horaces Fleetftreet j and in the i N Either part of this book is fold Of the fame perfons may be 1 i life of with remarks on his in i Jortbins difcourfes on the trutnot the chriftian price BOOKS orinted and by BENJAMIN at his new Horaces in Weet arTThisDay by Almoa oppofite lingtonhouie and fold likewife by in Fleetltreet Keirfly in Ludgate ftreet and Bladon in CONSIDERATIONS on the Propriety of Taxes in the Britith for the purpofe of raifing a Revenue by of North America Price The GRIEVANCES of the Colonies candidly ex Printed in by authorKy ot the Aflemhly there 5 and now iufcribed to Lord Price The NECESSITY of Repealing the Stamp dc Price AnExAMiNATies of the Rights of the upon the Principles of Price The LATE OCCURRENCES in and Po licy of Great Price The JUSTICE and NECESSITY of Taxing the Colonies With a Vindication of the Authority of Price CONSIDERATIONS on behalf of the Written at Price A DEFENCE cf the Provincial By late Agent for New Price The CHARTERS at length with a Narrative of the late Proceedings in Price Far the letters figned and A CARD F O L Panics Fafciculi cum figuris price ers Gardeners 7th im Thurloes CoUediionof State T i j Woods luftitutes of the Common gtli Lord fcghleighs State by Hay nes and 6 RihdpPocockes Travels to the a iSo T F ers U A R T DefaguliersExperimental DuHanirspraaical Treatife of Heifters Syftem of 7th L Gardeners Dictionary Meads Works and Davilas Civil Wars of by Antiquarian SocietysBook of in JtiHways Travels through IV 3d Robin fonij Platarclii 5 Euripidis Sjuppiices 103 Iffnis de 3 belle Cierufalemme a To the P R I N Aude aliquid brevibus Career Si vis cffe atijiii TVS me through thechan nel of PaPer to convey a word or two by way of anfwer to your ccrrefjjondent I readily join with him in ac knowledging the great msrlt of juflj And though I am not fo much Ualizer of as to ajypie hend the fateef Britain to depend on htm or to imagine that there are so inni of banour and integrity ia this wide extended but permir me to I know not where all thefe virtues ib clofely urine in fo eminent and a and have been exerted with fb much fkill and fuccefj for the public benefit and as in To prove this I fliall but aiktwo or three In what condition did he nndthe nation wiien he took the reigns of management his hands And in what a one did he leave it when he was forced to forfake the helm And how many places of honour and profit did he difpofe of to his creatures during his adminiilration Ifhould that there are many equally as good and worthy hearts n this yet fuftermeto whether there is even one peribn fo capable of afliiting us in the prefent cris a if he chofe to take the He has to all his other qualifications annexed which alone can Add to no one would expeft from as it has never been his province to either place or on the other would any poor clerk trem bie his or become malecontent for the of And mould it be found neceflury to ufe wholefome fuch is the univeriaf perfoa fuch the experience of the people Concerning dinntereitednefs and true tnat tlVUfh in his hand would neither bejpfeverely foloudly complained nir O tainly re as if it came frsni For and many like I tpoidwHh him this tiriiefe take But reafons beft known to licit covfeto to yet from Mis Dormer to oar imaoftdiftrefs we I think all tbe Wiafoa m the worJd to imagine this refufal to from a defire or intent of feeding butOi dtbafttig the dignity of majtfty attdtbeba try moMtagftub offertt as cannot rea beomplied behind the nor a con fident of and therefore cannot afferthis reaifch for not accepting a hare in the adminiitra tion and ghre me witliout to doubt Tiiuioleoni better that can be is from known and admitted principles to deduce which feem left This candour this juftice Timoleon Comrnnur has proved himfelf tnct to bt a he caa only fufpedt he does notItill continue And the Teafons he gives for lus Jufpicions that he dstb not jttp and Jhew himlelf a real oae by pre vmting the ruin this writer may be near tke brink of md ItbMs tbt Jform gather fen of with racks aud quifkfandst jfafTibt belifr efertd to bis refufes tt flger her into Jffffty and all tbit purely on private pique andfamiy But are not thefe mere fuppofitions For admit ting that Pitt does at prefent refufe being muft fuch refufal neceflarily imply that he has ceafed to be a or effectually fix on hina the very fevere imputations of this writer Cer tainly by no For may he not as molt fenlible unprejudiced people that Britain is not io near the precipice ot nor the bark of flate fo clofe to a lee but that it may weather the point without any greit difficulty And may he not then reafonably that there is no need of bis afliltance f has not Timo lebn without deiigning made an apology for him Is he not en old vifirm max And why may he not then be permitted to nurfe bis gout in pcateand I while the exigencies of ftateete not ne ceflarily call for his help Are there not ether men enough honour and integrity in this ivide ex empire befides him Why may he not then fit down undilturbed upon his M E Rif E D fur roundednvith his geld THE TESTIMONIES OP Mis SUPERLATIVE and of his countrys abundant gratitude But 1 will for once fuppofe the prefent crifis to be Nodus tali yindice that his country at this time requires his js in without and that he refufes to itep Does not his former acknowledged does not dots not juftice bid us look out for fome better motives for his prefent than the odious ones afligned by this malevolent writer i Can no other reafou be given tor his refuting helm offered to his hand than unpatriotic pique and family dispute Certainly there I may for no wife or prudent pilot would take the charge of a upon unlels he certain his crew would be fubjetit to his com mand otherwile he might give very proper di re5tions for bracing the yards and trimming the and might hindeif lleer extremely and yet the veilei be Icttfor want of his mtas cafe the fafety of the bark depends not folely on the goudneis or experience of the but born on thete and the reddy manceuvres of the whole Or would any regular phyfician undertake the cure of an obitinate and dangerous while he imagined his patient was continually in taking the medicines of a which all the lalutiferous erfects of the thaugli bitter medrcmes he was pre fcribing Would he not rather aloof till the patient was determined to difmifs the kit he mould loie his own juilly acquired reputation by joining with the emperic May notthen Pitt refule to join in thofe from oKiefecret he has reaibn to apprehend he ihall not be able to direft if thefe are his he has reaibn to refufe joining fuch a Ajiniitry without impsachmeut of his and Content himfelf to be obfcurely good When vice and impious men bear 1 he poll oi honour is a private I hope what I have faid may be fufiicient to juftify And it ignorant or defigning without las wantonly and improperly make ufe of his c in he any more help or is he any wile more accountable for their miicon duct than much greater whole names have and are daily as improperly as his Iarii not better pleafed with the perloa whom Timoleon has fubftituted in the Great Commoners thin I am with the former part of his Q what a falling off is here while there are fo many good heads and worthy hearts among I can by no means think it pru dent to employ a perfon at but dtubtful A Miailter ftiould what Caefar wiftied his wife to non folum Jine fed etiam fine not only without a but alfo without ths imputation of Whethsr G6was ever really guilty of any Ill not take upon me to His country found him guihy j to Hfe was is to im peach the the the integrity of many Hot but Eritifjb en their after impartially beft defence he could found him The late whofe peculiar talent was thought him fo thought eminently that ha commanded Ins fentence to be read at the head of his troops in all parts of the The muft ftill give greater credit to the evidence of IMS fellow and thefentenee of his compatriot bpth taken on than to the bare aiiertions or idle queries of a few namelefs who may and who are iulpeclied of being his I beg jeave of thefe writers to fuppofe he was aftually guilty of fome as I cannot conceive fo many worthy Officers per or rhe experienced good old King Ai d on this fuppsfition I cannot be over much elated at his approaching His abi lities may be but mould be likewife prefer PRIVATE as it is fufpeSed he did at Mm to national they will in fo exalted a ftation enable him to do the greater And if fuch mould be the what have not to who had honefty enough to bear teftimony agamft or integrity fufficient to find him or in any can they ferve imrtr in ttation with who was by the voice ef hii country tfaoufii tun worthy theni in another T would Uieirpwa and for the nalichs have a pefr fon of fufpefted i of till there cannot be words of Qifeen IJecub Nen tali iftis tempus A Tke following litters are Phocion Condaik Tom To the P R I N T E A Few words on the prelent ftare of as far as relate to the may not be amifs at this Theftamp ait being now under ccn fideration of both Houies of loudly calls on them for immediate An not only unpopular but dangerous in its by linking at the very bafis cf the confutation cf ouC Lee them couiider who the Miniftry werf who Xitronized it a feemed deter mined to orerthrow the tKciiies of their to carry into as rar as alltqeans to extend the ry1 prerogative and rgl ioirer Did they not prohibit the trade of the to the Spanifb Main A trade as beneficialto flic mo ther country as lucrative to hf taking off a vaft quantity ofEalt India goods prohibited here large quantities of our own like w j their own ufelefs for they have falc but to the Spaniard and our own fus iflands in return for which they received quantities of which enabled tliemta make their remittances in due time ta our mer chants fince which time taey been much behind But to return to my uhjeft The Miniftry who patronized the itamp act appear to me either a let of men were determinedt asfar as in their to bring us and our Colonies into fuch a ftate of iubjtftion as to enable them at any no fusar of which to be their ultimate end wife they wire men who did not underftand the in tereft of thofe kingdoms they pretended to as the intereft ana eonneftiun of the mother coun try and its colonies at all times ought to be held as facred and If one or the ether had not been the they would never have given counte ting of it mikes it fo hard for by paying it fpecie for only one wculd To drain try of its current as to put an entire ftagnaaon to their which is very plain by their being forced to conititute fuch a great and for fuch fmall fums as one ihiiling therefore by what been dees it not caU initanrly to dangerous is likewife the opinion of thit Great maii and lover afhiscountry eli as oiher members who eonliitute a part cf who thortfbghly underftand the intereft of thefe But ifotherwise it may be refolved to carry it into let them reflecl ou the confequences of forcing obedience to by military which is the only way it cnn be done againlt a free people who are to fubniit and to make all to io daring an encroachment on their Will they oppor tunities to rendar theiMeives independent ihi con fequence ef which the iiiand of Ccrlicci to re mind the brave Ifirtnciers uritlerthe corninanci of a daring and rjfoluts ftunj the yoke and ftiil Tien tain their independency their the Genorfe therefore let us consider the as part of and not by intorcing exafperate them fo as to oblige folve that union and connection which be AMERICAHUS To the I HAVE that when any of bulinefs is oppreiled by taxes more than i will the traders in general find out ways eafe themfelves of the burden impofed upon then the revenue thereby in be much or the fair trader greatly That this is the with the prelent ftate of ti will ealily be made appear by comparing the duty on ale and ftnce the addition of fhiilings per barrel was laid on thofe with the fame number of ears preceding that I would therefore propoie an whici feems very clear to me would be of great ufe to th perhaps an encreafe to the revanu iome hundred thoufands per and a relief t the fair Upon the ftricleft I find that the brewer in dont pay more than llx hillings dut every quarter of malt brewed into be duty of fix ihiliings charged on the malt for the befids nov if twelve fhillings per quarter was charged on and ths duty on ale and beer taken ofF the malt be better fewer officers would be and every perfon betr or ale would contribute their This would enable the brewers fellgood porter to the publicans at the ufual fo that it might be re duced to per brewers allo might afford to let families teve good tablebeer at tsn fhiliings per which article of lite has fcarce been worth It may be thar the government chule to truft the maltfters with fo much of the Kings money in their hands but that may eafily be by allowing them only one half of rhe time rtiey now have to pay the which will juft be the at prefent it would in fbme pr that bad practice of foreftalling among the to the 1 point this for general that fome ufeful hints gathered from it and the quantity ef malt private families to be then the jjj ment will gain by the duty at per qtiartety the fum of more th prefent duty on malt and beer from the tome ttty 5 what a vail fum this mwft amount to oa th malt made Ui nation
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