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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 24, 1766, London, Middlesex ew F R I D A J A N U A R Y H A Y A R K E A t T 11 E INGs THEATRE in the the zsth will be per formed a New Serious called S O P O N I S B TheMufic entirely compofed by Signior With new new and deco rations Pit and boxes ts be put and no berfons to be admitted without which will fee delivered Tomorrow at the half a ruinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at half ah hour after fix Vivant Rex From the POL extenjiw Sale T H E G A tj T T E R A N D J NEW DAILY ADVERTISER joinedte tbeiiariefi of channel through lubicb it has lately been tae means of fo many and of ap prehending fomany that it may bt proper to giveTHis That fir the all infermeUiens vf this fent to will be centtantly inferted in THIS andij SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by pAWi3ROK BUYERS SECONDHAND few robberies ffcape tfpecially if ALL PERSONS make ufe of the lame paper to advertife their iefies F I E L D I N The WARNINGS from ewrj tbing loft in tbe or toy difyatcb tsallfflver by the printer of tbis Tomorrow at nine will be rnce THE LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY of the BRITISH with refpecl to AME and the Privileges or the AfTerriblies briefly Bv Mr of the Inner Printed for Pauls Churchyard and fold at the Pamphletihops at the Royal Ex change and 1 bis day is A called Co UTS one of the four of Modern engraved by after an original picture defigned and painted by To be had of at his oppofite where fub fcriptions tor the fet are taken and at the reft of the in London and A companion to the engraved by Woollet and is in great forward will be publifhed fometiipe mthe Ibis day is price bound The fecond edition ia oftavo with large of NEW ELEMENTS of The or an account of the fubftances in medicine with the virtues and ufe of each fofar as they are warranted by experience and The preparations an4 compofrtious of thenew LONDON and EDINBURGH PHARMACOPOEIAS 5 with fuch of the old ones as are kept in the hops the moft celebrated foreign medicines the moft thofe directed in the hofpitals fundry flegant extemporaneous digefted in fucn a method as to compofe a regular fyfteny of pharma cy with remarkson their preparations and ufes the means of diftinguifsing adulterations of per forming the more and dangerous procefies with cafe and The whole interfperfed with practical and Printed for oppofite Jn the bookfeller to Now on S A L And will contigte felling till January At theyear moit and valuable CATA LOGUE of in all languages and le and by the greateft mafters containing above ONE HtTNQjiED in elegant being the li braries of the karned perfons undermentioned Janes eminent for his collection of and books medals the Honourable Admiral of Walthamftuw William Efq Serjeant at Mr Alderman Bickenfon Augufline Efq Editor of Plutarch Samuel Efq one of the Benchers of the Society of GraysInn and the afternoon preacher to the faid As the CATALOGUE is very and and but fiiv espies the Pra hones not be offended at their hot receiving it asuftul to preyent its falling into the hands of fuch who never intend be price of it will be jive for which a will will he allowed in any cr the money delivery or the Receipt and Cata A discount of five per for five pounds ten per on ten and fifteen per aid will be en of ready The maaufcript fertnoas of A learned are to be difpofed being a courfe for the ivrote in his viva very Some neat bookcafes to be SPECIES of a UNIVERSAL r rice one guinea a phial for the cure of the fe veral mentioned in the and for certain relief in the infirmities of old and all de cayed conltitutions of every It is the real Tinc ture of radically diflUved without any corrofive meniirunm it dnges filver in its hard rtate inftanta neoufly of a golden colour by which property atone maybe judged its extraordinary efficacy on the hu man to and in vigorate This medicine is not reducible into fold by any chemical as all others are aund fold under the name of Tinfture of Gold becaufe they are prepared with corrofive this by a radical diIb and there fore this tincture penetrates much further than any other can be imagihedto To be had only at and the Crown vnd Seven oppofite Dunftans with Speedily will A new edition of the firflrand fecond of THE DIVINE of By the Right WILLIAM Lord BHhop of Printed for and and in the Strand and fold by inPaternofter Where may be had the fourth and fifth Ibis daj 1 price jevied THE FREEDOM of SPEECH and WRITING upon PUBLIC With anhiftorical view of the Roman imperial laws againftlibels asviolationsof The nature and ufe of torture among the Romans and modern The bringing of the rack into the where it for a beginning of the civil laws in The different treatment of The legal and affumed ju fubfewience to arbitrary and abolition of the Court of and of trial by With observations on the proper ufe of liberty of the and its abufesj particularly of latewith refpect to the colonies and a brief ftate of their origin and political collected frm various acts ofPrinces and Parlia Printed and fold in This day is The EDITION of REPORTS of CASES and adjudged in the Courts of Kings and Common in the reigns of the late King Queen King GEORGE the and King GEORGE the Taken and collected by the Right ROBERT Lord late Lord Chief of the Court of Kings In Three with many additional references to former and late To which is now iirft One Volume of or in many of the Cafes in the fame Re and referring the illuftration Printed for in Thofe gentlemen that have been purchafers of the firft edition of Lord Raymonds may have the third volume of the Entries to com pleat their of Where may be Peere three er the third volume to As Anew edition of the Modern feven with by Tbis day it In one volume price or AN HISTORICAL TREATISE of an action or fuit atlaw and of the proceedingsufed inthe kingsbench and from the origi nal procefles the judgments in both where in the reafon and wage of the oblcure and for mal parts of our writs and fuch efpeci allyaahave or relate to ancient method of as well before the ftatute of nifi prius as are duly in order to mew from whence they Alfo an account of the air tejrations that have been made front time to Mgvktiac in the feveitl With Remarks and as tend to explain and illuftrate the prefent mode of Practice and pointing out fuch particulajs as vrould contract the and render them more plain and and Ids expenfive to the Nefcire quid antequam natus fit id eft femper efle pserunu By B O O T I Attorney at Printed by his Majeitys for and in Ludgate iireet near Fleetftreet in Catherineftreet and near Graysinn in This day are In two parts in price or in one TRAC TS on the fpiritual temporal liberty of fubjecls and proteltants in Atlurelied to Elqjat Aix la Chapelle By ANTHONY E L L Y Late Lord Davids Printed for at Boyles and at Horaces Fleetftveet aad in the Either part of this book is fold Of the fame perfons may be Jorthirfs life of with remarks on his in z price Jortbins difcourfes on the truth of the chriftian 3d price i i r im BOOKS printed and fold by JOHN at Boyles in F O L I partes cum 240 figuris price Harriss Collection of and Bifliop Pocockes Travels in 2 Millers Gardeners new en k Statutes at by 6 ThurloeV Slate 7 neatly Haynes and Murdins State z Chambers Woods jth loJ Lord Raymonds new Lockes 3 NEW EDITIONS in Hanways a Davilas Wars ef 2 Millers Gardeners Humels with Meads Works and Ectons Thefaurus Hefiodus Plutarchi per 5 editio ele de 3 edition Popes n royal Burnetts Theoi7 and by Bear a voU Biographical 11 Johnfons 8 Youngs Latin new Gentenens commiflions will be pua6tually exe cu by their obliged humble JOHN Tins daj is price Dedicated to the Right Lord By M Z E E Printed for in Paternofterrow next the Fleetftreet Charingcrofs Martins lane and the corner of tie letters figneti SMALL CRITIC DESIRER of HEARTFREE lafi To the from tbe HAT lecurity has any man in this for his liberty and except the of the land But what protection can laws unlefs carried into ex ecution And there are but two that I know which can enforce An army of an hundred thoufand men to or a refpect for the laws which fliall controul the mind The firft fiuely will find no the laft muft be ap proved by everv honeft But will legiflators be revered and reverenced Will their afts meet with relpecl and when the latter mall be made and as it almoft in a moment f Shall the breath of any one and controul a whole king a free people Or can that people be who are governed by one alone Have we in this king nobly and bravely withftood and rejected ty ranny in crowned and fliall we bafely fubmit to the flavery of an overbearing fellow fubjeft Shall the late conquerors of France and tamely bow their to any to an idol the work of our own hands f Shall infolerft wanton wicked and fierce open be arguments in favour of fucb and have weight in our r Shall we after having wafted fixty millions of and fpilt oceans of our to and even purchafe America forfeit the through fear of lofing perhaps one or two millions Shall who plunged into a ruinous for the paltry fum of ninety five thoufand fubmit to the lofs of a whole for fuch proporrionably trifling debts eafily to be recovered Forbid it and juftice But if thefe are too forbid it Heaven the laft refouice of wretched To affirm that the ffamp pafTed laft is is an iufult cm the common fenfe of man This I will venture to affert and with out till our parliament fhall filence me by con tjradicting themfelves Should that come to which heaven will then fubmit to kifs the rod more I dare not as I am no But are we to be eternally Wedded to to be bamboozled and enervated by founds Is fiery declamation ever to confound our and controul our actions And mall we be lent again into Germany for as we were for conquering America I Somewhere we muft go for ihouldthe be and that ipaediiyt toforefee requires fuperior gift Look irite the Roman hiftory Read Appiuss his prophetick fpeeck in the Se on the retreat of the common people to the Sacred Mount Read and or learn to avoid the But mall who with horrid factious clamour which produced in this kingdom almoft Ameri can riots fhgmatizcd a peace to a kingdom exhaufled by an unparalled extravagance in war with the terms of inadequate and dare to and ignominioufly fue for to their re bellious for whofe prefervation they are now taxed to the uttermoft farthing Shall we dif honourour late founded on ceol mature and blaftour fame for wifdom and by yielding up our judgment of right and juftice and to thefe fturdy as they Ihew themfelves to be Yet the re pealing this tax is nothing lefs they deny our Imik at our andrejeft our laws they threaten to difcard to ruin our and our by refufmg to pay them their juft heaven let us be filent on Dunkirk on the Canada and Manilla leaft the French and Spaniards bid us feek thofe demands in But would this mean humiliation procure a or even a fhortHved truce Read AppiusClaudiuss fpeech again and What what mif chiefs are we accumulating for nay even for the prefent generation What fnares may we lay for our countrymen here at home The lan guage we may teach our colonies to the ac tions we may give them to may be urged with ftiil greater rage here at from the fuccefs they may meet with The people will adopt the the language of their Great Com mon and will equally infift on To conclude vain will the fiery declamation of any Rhetorician towards convincing dif paflionate either of the juf or prudence of repealing this act by the Americans it will be conitrued into fear at home and into the intereft of particular the vice of and the outrageous thirft after and deftruclive popularity of one in If there is among us fuch a let him Be of or any thing but that of my be not any more deluded by by vain fach as the ferptnt of old beguiled ourfirft parents and remember that by one man Jin entered into tht and death by Alas my country B O I C O K ef A M E R CHAPTER The people murmerat tbe heavy George tbe 1 reajurer anfufed rejolvei to tax Tbt Decree for tbe Stamp StampHtoflerf number and namtJ ef A ND it came to pafs in the days af Ceorge the A who ruled over the children of Bn and the children of Ireland j and over thofe who dwell in the Ifles afar and en the coalt o the Great Land acrofs the mighty ocean of waters f efen in America j a That when the war which he had waged agaimt the and the was at an that the people of his land were burthened with debts j and grievous were the tributes which they For albeit that in the war the mighty men of George the King bad difwmfitcd the both upon the and upon the and had taken from them many and ftrongholds yet the debts that they owed were and the bur then thereof lay heavy upon their shoulder Even as the yoke upon the neck of the oxen that men plough withall and behold if galled them And they cried unto their Behold now we have toiled in the heat of the days and we have payed our and our She kells without grumbling we have paved tri bute for what we and what we and for the raiment wherewith we have been For the light of the alio did and for the light of the candle wherewith we fee in the night and taxes have been multiplied upon us ex What then remaineth unto us and where with will ye find money to pay what we yet owe Forwe wot not that what we had gained frojn the Gaulites and the Iberianites would have rendered back unto aad we left fogoforrcw ing all the day Now when thefe words came unto the to him that hadrule ovir the trsaiures of tuo he was exceeding And he communed with his own heart and he laid in Behold now money muft be to pay the ftrong men of my Lord the and for hisjioufe and to build hips to go down in the great wa and for the common expences of my Lord tha Yea alfo and to pay unto thofe who open their mouths unto me and cry out And men who havt foueh have ftill their hire withheld from them j and the conftant tribute of the nation is fcarce more than will pay the intereft of what we owe to the men of the and to the men of the Seas in the For there were men in thofe who wepe unmindful of the command of which faieth Thou mall net lend upon ufury to thy brother peradventwe they looked upon their bre thren Ot the ttate as ftrangers and cleaved to an jther command of which Unto a Insurer hou mayeft lend upon that thefe things nn what fliuli 1 lay tribute Money I muft and at home I cannot get And America came into his even the land acrofs the great fe And he behold the Americans hill be tax Are they not the children of the chil dren of theland And die war with the Gailites began amoagft What then vvithhokiefh that they Ihouid pay toward the deb that is fo upon it came to that on the third and on this twentyfecoud day of the that there went forth a That ail the children of America fhould pay a certain tribute for a Mark to be placed on the pa pers that were to tell their the feafons of thr and to tell what hapneneth far in ul the corners of the world and on the writings upon That this tribute mull be payed from the nrlt day ot ejeventh and therefrom for by all the ciihdn of from that part calUd Florida even unto the Lsnd New Found even of the children of Carolina in the South aad Carolina in the North of the children sf the land of of the children of the land of the of the children of the land of of the children of land ef the Wood of of the children of the lands of the New jerfly and New and of the children of the provinces of New even from the River or unto the River of the Holy Crofj and ot the ch i M of Scstia being And of the children or And the Mark for w his tribute to be payed was called a a Stamp it is cal led unto this Then many papers were and many lambfkins they were hipped in hips to be fent uiuo the children of And men were choien and were appointed to go and and to fell thefe unto the children of America for their ad they And the number of thefe men wer and they were caikd And the Stampmafters were CoUiusad and and a name which I heareti and and and and and and another and and one that was a man of and and three more whofe flames I beared and and another Johp yea and another and Henry even twenty V of tbe men of America p tbe Tri They burn tbi wages of And do gnat men The Speech of Francis ibt IkTOWtidings caiie to the men of America that the decree had gone forth for them to pay the Stamp And they wen greatly amazed and they cried with a loud Now is fulfilled that which was fpoken of the America hall howl on all their heads mall be and every beard cut In their ftreets they fhall gird themfelves with fackcloth on the topi of their and in their every one fnall howl weeping 5ff And many of the men of America waxed ex ceeding aad unto them garments and fluffed them yea with filthy rags did they fluff and they fafhioned them till they diii raprefent And they called them the reprefentaticris of and they hung then upon ani and they were mocked by men until when they were taken down and burned with And burned alfo a but what they by that is unknown unto Yea and they made likewife i fluffed figure with horns to reprefent Satan for thy for furely Satan himfelf was the devifer 9 And in like manner did they whole in many unto the Stampmaiters that Are and to fell the Mari lambfkihs for their Them the men of America great ftw tame upon and
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