Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser, January 23, 1766

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

January 23, 1766

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 23, 1766, London, Middlesex r s R s D j A A Y A R1 K E M CA T ifH B 0s TftEAPRlEvin the ttttflay the 25ih will fee New Serious called SO F ONI S B MjffiC entirely compofed by Signior new ateo and boxes put and no which eaellTeted That Day ar the laid at half a each Gafterj five ffiillihgV By their M A JE STIES jjo perfoii whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at o begin athalf an hour after fix precifelvv ViyantRex i Fronv the POL I C E tt T t A N D JL NfcwDAJLY joiaed la tbt vor uty oj Ktwnels it bos lately been the means tf detecting many and of ap preheiidmg fo thatit toay bi THIS PUBLIC That far the of ibis Bo W s nil FT bt cohftahtly inserted in THIS PAPER 1 SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by BUYERS OF SECONDHAN0 rqjtkeries will tftttpt dettflieh tJpemaUy if ALL make ufe of the iame paper to advertife jjj fkt from end tvery ikuif loft in the or toy fir immediate tliftatct it fmitisj by the printer of this Ibis day THE FREEDOM of SPEECH and WRITING PUBLIC Vithanhiftorical view of the Roman imperial laws agMjnftlifeels as The nature and ufe of torture among the Rornans and modern The bringing of the rack into where it for a beginning of thecivil laws in The different treatment of The legal and affumed ju fubfervienceto arbitrary abolition of the Court of and of trial by With obfervat ions oath properAife of the of the ami particularly of late with refpecttothe colonies and a brief ftate of their political coUeelJd from various aits of Princes and Parlia Printed and fold by n L This day ii prici Theftcofid edition in octavo con with large of rFlHENEW I The ELEMENTSof The A or an account of the in medicine j virtues of each To far as warranted The cohfpttBtKJwsOf LONTOS and EurNBURGH withfiichof the old ones as are kfept the hops foreign medidnes j the mod of thqfe in the hofprtais f fundry elegant CTctemporanebus dlgefted in fucn a method as to a regular fyftem of pharaiia cy yinth ks art their prepraratiouS and ufes the means of diftiriguyhins adulterations of forming the Jhore difficult afld dangerous proceiFes with eaie and The wbole interfperled with practical cautiens Printed opppfite bookfeller to h The SECOND EPJTIOM of argued in Courts Kings Benchand Ccmmoji tne reigns of the late King KUng GEORGE the King GEORGE Taken and collected by the ROBERT Lord late the Court of Kmgs Jn Three additional references to former and late To which is firft of MES or in many the in the fame referring for the illuftratioti and better underftanding Prmtetlfor in that have of of Raymonds of the Entries to com pleat tfieir Where may be Peere WiLliamss three or the third volume to com pleat As A new cditlo4 ofthe Modern feven with B printed and by I at his new Horaces in Fieet DanicR Fafciculi cum 040 1 figuris price y im State 7V 31 the Common gth Locd Bunghleighjs by Haynes and a 180 U z Dallamtls Practical Treatife of 7th wiry fiAr aifcefc KU Mark belle W A 3t and WAXC AND L MS sT Ta GE R THERE is opened a warehouse in ThrifNfhietj for the ale of all forts and fizes of cire en book can night wateraud lanthorn feonce and branch fpermaceti wax white wjx attd marquete likewife the heft Dutch and Englfllt fealingwax 5 with all Other forts of waxchandlery goods where thofe who ipleafeto honour us with their may depend ongoodsof the nateft and beft wholefale and at the moft reafonable hy BenjaminHofier and John This day is price K Account of a late CONFERENCE on Affairs of Prrntedtfor pppnfite Burlingtonhoufe in Pkcadilly and fold likeWiie by in Fleetftreet in Ludgate ftreet and in PateVnofter a few days will be The fourth of A DIGEST of the LAWS of the Sir JOHN Late Lord Chief Baron of his Majeftys Court of Printed by Woodfall and law printers to the moft Exc llent Majefty j for and Where may be hadthe fecond and third vo The fifth volume which cpmpleats this work is in the and will be publiflied with all convenient Now on S A L And will continue felling till January At in for theyear molt and valuabk CATA LOGUE of in all languages and boiks finale and by the greateft majhrs containing above in elegant being the li braries of the learned pSrfons undermentioned eminent for colleclion of botanical ftnd books of medals the Honourable Admiral Leftock Doctor of William Efq Serjennt at Aldermah 0ickenfon j Auguftine Efq Editor of Plutarch Samuel Efq one of the Benchers of of GraysInn and the afternoon preachor to the faid As the CATALOGUE is very targe and and copies prietor hopes die will not be olfeacled at their not receiving it as ufual and to prfVent its falling into of fuch who never Bvtend to Be price of it vyill be five jbtt for which a printed receipt will be given whichwiil he allowed inany cr the money returned on die of the Receipted Cata A difanait tffae per five pounds ten per on ten per twenty and be en of ready The manufcript of a learjted are tbbe being couiie for the cwbsUjeart wrttt is bis aivn very SomefleatbookcaTes the letter Tand NEW SONG fee loft the P R I N T E HE fketchin your 1 ait Fridays pa of the aigumtMs0n both to the American ftamp fignei 4 friend to my Country I on the a pretty fair There a few omifTIonsiii which 1 beg leave to pn behalf of the colonies it is farther allowing the ner ne yer did that they ought injuftice to bear with other fubjecls their mare of common yet theaft was whether we look backward or As to what is have in all wars fully equal to their in the beyond which has been acknow ledged here and that they It ill are under a heavy load incurred by that pro taxes fonal taxes on ths profits of many years to are lAnd as to the oecafions of blijked methodof callingon their by re cjuiiitqry the iwer all fiace they asthey always ire on fuch te grant thWthey actually pay great taxes tQlhii in price occafioned its therBritifli manufac tures they confume and if it were not for the reftramts on their might buy chea per That the acts forregulating com merce and and the differ very materiallytram the Sampaft The former lay duties on the importation of buy or let and the other fixes a rate for the carriage of that is merely a qtiftxlum mcrut for fervice and which every manmay do in another ithe thinks it cheaper and he may ferrcHfis letter by a fpecial ov by his But the ftamp zaLjortef the money the country under heavg and denies juflice in the unlefs they will fubmit to part with and this without the confent oftlie legiflative in which only the country reprefentativesv And though it is that the diftancebetween fcffion and fefTiongave time enough foe preparing proper arguments to oppofethe ftarap nft yet that timewas rendered of no the petitions that were fent over from the containing their reafons againft not being or much as becaufe it it contrary to an efta bliffeed importing that petitions be received againit a money bilL The parliament may have aflejrted a right to tax Ireland i but it is certain they have never pracltifed And though it fhould be allowed riglit neither to tax Ireland th cotOnies by of a legiflature HI they have no it does hot appear how all the counties in England could found a like claim on that fince they are all reprefented there landed ffeehald eftate per in any that does not give its ownej a right to vote fdr a member of A Friendio tstk Fssawf jj the authority tba parliiheflt to taxes on Npfth Ameiica and it has been lately ftrondy denied by whofe may poffibiy have feme if not refuted by the united force reafqaand Thefirft and tothe powertrf the parliament aid4own as they can not be taxed unlefsthey are Teprefefated of to ftate this objeftion fairky as to and in the language of the colonifts No EngKfiman can bt taxed but by bis eanftnt in per that of bis atwhat or in what cpde of Uw this newly conftrofted fenteace has its I cannot the foundation and rule of all our liberties and tlte autliority to we at alltimes has no ivprany paflage which can be con irued or ftramecl mto fuch Magna Charta which can intheleaft fcWtowardsthis Thatthe King engages not to aay money on his tnit with the con currence of of the But it does t that every Englishman is to beexempted Prom who has not aright to vote for one ef thoTe In the number of inhabitants are infinitely greater than thofe of the who only have a right of voting for a representative in parliament and yet out pay It is the fame in atl cities and Even the Roman who are expreflly forbid the right of voting by the legiflative and of the obliged to pay than any others of his Majeftys the inhabitants of the counties of Chef ttrl and other counties werenot fpecially and ever that an aft of the legiflature to impefe taxes did not bind therh In a if we admit that propo above nineteen parts out of twentyof his Majeltys fubjefts and46ubtlefs WILL claim the privilege of exemption from taxation and in fuch a cafe I leave everyeaeta how hard the reveaue will firil upon thofe very who fpecially have the right of fending members to parliament therefore I hope this point will not be infilled upon as any reafon for the repeal ing the as any unprejudiced perfon muft fee the matter of ought not to come in crueftion at This I is a thing perfectly clear and and hope we mall ever retain k leflening the trne and constitutional autho rify of this country over her that aft may S every relief they can or we oUeht to fpay be wavingfor the prefent any idea of what con may in England from allow iiij this 1st us examine a little how it would affeS in many acknow ledged of therBritifti parliament to lay exports andnnports and theyhave fiiimitted te allthofe to all other iegu fejqns of which the Britifh legifliture propsr to enaft without a This t been called external But what the and a few others and uponwhich they lay their greateft right extend no farther that is for I am now and then obliged to explain their we have no right to lay on To me they would have gives lirigu lar as wellas great it they had either explained or poined out upan what principles of liberty theyj had founded this curious diftinffion J but I belteveit is fo very that it had birth with the ftamp Ever fince I firft heard of tljis I have been endeavour ing fpfuidrout themerits of it but far from be ing able to I am ftrongly and cearly they neither nor can any according to the American propofi vve have a right to lay external taxes on limits us from laying internal ones The an they are as much reprefented inone kind of taxation as the other if parliament has a right to lay external taxes as tltey are called it has to impofe internal Either both muft be all oiir or all of of oura6ts asextend to have from the firft been or they never nor never can fo they cannot be part one and part tke If the colonies are fufficiently reprelent to be liable to one kind of they arelia bls to the And this I doubt not will be con fidered as a clear and fundamental uii lefs the colonifts authority is requifite to impofe an internal than an eternal But perhaps it will be that the ftamp a5t is internal therefore it been fo violently This is not true for the whole Poftfomce eltablimment is and requires the jpayment of internal duties and this was if hadnoti and the right of internal taxation beenj whijQh it ought to haveibeen in 6rft or not at all and this upon now aflerted of wantbfifreprefenta been a good aaii fuffiaient one I to before this the co lonills have claimed an exemptioftfrom the duties and fubjefts being no longer under the control the Britifh and hare upon the titleef This I woirld Hotbe agreeable to any Englilhman in this klngdam therefore hopeMatter of right will not be made a reafon for repealing the ftampaft which indeed I could wifh was upon a principle ef Cspy of a private letter from a gentleman in to inthe who defircd to knevj bis opi nion of tie prefent 1765 Ti BegvleavCtb return nly to I ycsui for your favourable opinion of an who than that he meant My opinion of prefent times that they are truly oiincal and thatf the exiftence of Great Bri a refpeftable in a great depend upon the wifdomof our conduit at this It I our at this junc to have a who attend in earneft to the real intereft of their They have an arduous taflc to go through and I hope they will not what they the afllftanceof every able man in the In that mine will be of but little ufe to I agree with that the troubles occafiontd by ttie ftamp are of as mucn moment to haye quickly ertded as ever cioiebelore But f at fee kny great difficulty in fet tling except what may ariie from the oppo iition of the numbers of the fate miniftry the whole ftrength of Which1 do will be more th in arguments founded updm grdindlefs or principles te the inftreft of Thefej I the win beaTJTe to What jught to be if I was to fhouidbedone huicklf for our trade to North Americ mift ftand untilthe prefent troubles If this be delayed too Ifeara vtorie confequeuCe may than many gentlemen feem to be ap That the Ibgnatiou of our ina backed by tVe dcarnefar of mayraife infurreftioiis at home efpecially ifour mould take it in their that the American which they look upon as the proper is not likely be opened for them Thiswould make our cafe woeful indeed and would take her ad van rage of All the I may be eafily pre by repealing the acl as as waiting for good policy Vent willalway mabe into the imsrious poltponeto what is I brought without entering and parliament or has nota rightto tax the char tered If fiiall upon due enquiry and mature to be and what our brethren in I fhould think other reafon can be wanrsd t3 juftify a But there is opi nion as ready at hand that the appre henfibn of the people that this aft is a breach of the original confequeiitly tending to a diflbhition of the and forcing them intoa ftate of Whilft this n whether right or wn ng it will operate to to the fame Neither force rior threatening can have any good influence If they are it is jmt not which can re move the But for tliis conviftien we want time and which cannot be witk fafety to but by the repeal of We do a precedent a thing much ef teemed by Lawyers for ihe repeal of ap acl of par even when the Legiflature did net difap of what they had for any other but its being againrtthe ferrfeand temper of the peo The commonly called the Jeij raifed greatuneafinefamong the people of ihefe kingjomsj and yet I could never even among the Gentle men themfelves who againft one man who knew what the aft The haineof Jew fecmed to have drawn their attention from every thing the Legifljture repealed tiia aft and by that flopped the clamour and which had before flopped the This was agreeable to the wife maxim of Sir JcTeph He in his private ftrongiy prejudiced in faveur of fcherae for laying an excife upon tobacco in lieu of mer and accordingly ipoke in favour of ths upon the firft But when he faw tire difturbance that fchemeoccafioned in the he oppofed it upon this truly political However ufeful the ciarrfidered u may be to the are not to cram things down the peoples I own that my opinion in this Ameri can does not agree with that of fqme very worthy I a 31 at a Icfs to reconcile our taxes upon them with my of the end for which men enter into fociety at all of ihe fpirit of our con or of the principles of But to particularly on thefe would take up more room than this paper Therefore I fhall conclude with an obfervation or two upon fouie of the French who are employed to fpirit up the quarrel between us and our American One this is the metier to which tin Americans owe duty and To this lagree to prevent I would at the fametime a mother hasno right to leize upon ths fortunes of her children although the crildren r ay be in duty bound to her or ders and rules for the regulation of her Another that the Commons in are reprefented in cur Hotife of Commons and this he finds hiinleif under a neceffity to ground upoa what he calls But if lie means by that the are fo truly as by that rcprffentaiion to give their oivn confetti to the raifutg or of their I am afrad it will prove afiElKiiin fa3 and how far that csn be reconciled wim I mull leave the author him felf to I have here wrote much more than I defigned when I firftfet pen to If ir is not enough to tire I ihall ef cape aa imputation which I would wifh to To the THE intended petition to parliament from tha city of relative to the being now become a fubjeft of controverfy a I I fhoiild be in cafe of a regua intrufced with the Commiflioners cf f ewers one tax lerve the purpole of the whole that private in any part of the city or liber fliall as hath hitiiertobeen the pave their own I iuppofe the calculation fin cannot poffibiy exceed Tr at mcft in and the lamp rate being at patent remaining asI be intended for the as that makes up the propoled rate of per I as the law now every ward of the city is obliged to an annual by a ililcrctiomtl rate upon the which rates are nade by the Alderman aui Com mon Councilmen of each refbvctive who aib employ and agree with the raksrs aud in ime cf the internal I tht he cleanf ing or fcavape rate does not amount in the pound fo that the internal wards by the new to contribute towards cieanling the outermost as they have many years done tmvarcis their lighting the fairer way would be for each ward to beir its own which ieems to been a chief realbn why the city was originally di vided into and each rated at the difcretiun of their refpeclive chief officers if the intended plan of in the pound on urpoies of arid facuid e carried into a the internal pats of ths ;

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