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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 29, 1766, London, Middlesex                                r H AY MA R K A T T H B TWOS THEATRE in the onSaturday will be performed a New Serious called S O F ON I S B The fclufic entirely compofed by Signjor With new Pit and boxes to be put and no perSpns to be admitted without which will be delivered That Day at the faid at half a gfctneaeach Gaiery five By their MAJESTIES ifo penbii whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit aad will bs openedat To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex D R 0 K Y L A N AT the Theatre Royal in D R u R T L A N THIS DAY will be preSented The CONSTANT Sir Harry Holland Alderman Parfons Packer j Beau Yates j Clincher Lady C fsj Bennefj Lady With the O V ii N i ti A K 1 AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prefented The SUMMERS The principal characters by Bar aad Mils With tfee la the Honourable the the Wor t Jbipfui the and of LONDON My LordJVTajor emd IF in the c urSe of my I fcave not Seen every Member of the Common I ear neftly intreat it may be imputed to my daily engage which me to folicit your at Such hours as the bufmefs of my fthool was J do not petition for the preferment now varan t to t9 m tale of Sue fitjuttjon J am with the Governors I ball gladly con tjut to eftablilh a neeeffary provision tor my familyIn my the various of which I undergo with I cculfider myjelf immediately employed in the fervice of this The eftatblifhment I belong to is under the govern meat of citvzens i the children of whom 1 have the tare and are principally citixens orphans j and whendifcharged the they are generally placed apprentices with I prefurhe humbly to reorteft your kind attendance at the and have the honour to be very re MY LORB and Your raoft obedient and Devoted bttrabte PETER This day is p In one volume printed on a fine paper and large in the manaer of to the People in General with regard to thei Hralth price only ATreatife upon the Diforders produced by the crime of jUuftratedwkh a variety of Cafes together with the method of By the celebrated TISSOT j and translated from the authors laft corrected Printed for near the New Church in the strand at the Temple Exchange near Dunfteovs Flcet ftreet j by ttie booksellers in and Pauls and both in town and Of tne faid bookieilers may be TiiTots Treatife on the fecond with an price Be careful to afk for the large oftavo edition of Tiffots Treatise on Ibis day s prite koumi The fecond edition iu with large of THE NEW TheELEMENTS of The A or accoitntof the fubftances employed in medicine wuh ibc virtues anduSe oi each Solar as they are warranted by experience and preparations and cmpofitious LONDON and PHARMACOPOEIAS with Such of the old ones as ire kept in the hops the moft celebrated foreign medicines ihe tnoit ufeful of thtfe dire6led in the hofoitals Sundry elegant extemporaneous ciigeited in Such a method as to compofe a regular ot p urma with remarks on their and uSes the means of per forming the more duiicult and dangerous procefles with eafe and The whole inierfperfed with practical cautrans and Printed for opnofite in the bookfeller to bi Fo D I S O K D E 6 of L U N G By the KINGS E S SE C E of F L O W E R S of B KN Z O I A New excellent peftoral and reltorative of fuperior and to any before Asa it effectually cures of the and pains of tbe fide j it abates tickling in the loofcns the and lengfhens the Asa it is a fure remedy people afflicted wch heftic night and fjcknefs at by re the fpirits and Sold wholeiale and by the Thomas Wil Member of Company Apothecaries p Broad by Piccadilly attbe Bible in Pauls chordiyard and at in Cornbill in bottles at and with a boolf of direcTaons at At the places is fold the NERVOUS ESSENCEJ or VOLATILE to much efteemed For their and fragrant virtues to the fmell and in lownefs of hyf and other nervous diforders 5 in rcopper bot at with ATthe KiNGsTHEATREinthe on Wedncfday the 5th of will be A S S M L Tickets will he delivered to the on Tuelday the 4th of at the Office of the aid EveryTicket will admit either one gentle man or two Vivant Rex The FOURTH price One pphlijbed this of A LETTER to the LOWTH occa fioned by his late Letter to the Right Aurhor of thi Divine Legation of By the Author of Effays on the Printed for Davis and C over againft Of whom maybe ESSAYS on the CHARACSTERISTICS of the EARL of The Fifth price To morrow will be and delivered to tbe THF firft Four Defigns now in of the Eight brought from and curioufly engraved in Mezzotinto at by George Francis Son of the Kipgs and Profeflor Of the Royal Academy of Arehitefture at The firlt Plate being a View of the Infide of the new PriTon at The one the companion to of The the Veftibule of Peter at The a companion to Mary Major The Defigns willbe and de livered tothe Subfcrioers by the End of March being The a View of the Stairicafe of the The a View of the Rorundo or The the Infide of the Chapel called The a VieW of the Infide of a as a companion to he Tliefc two laft bejng of Blondels com The fubfcription for the whole is two guineas one to be paid and the at the delivery of the four laft The fubfbriptipn is received by Mr at in till the nth of next afrer which noniubibribers will pay three guineas for the whole feu BOOKS imported by irt Covent TOSEPHUS z Clericus in Veins Ss Lucianus Virgiiius 4 f de to 7 9 13 V 31 32 Fables de 4 Memoires de 1Academic 31 Oeutfres de 6 3 Boccaccio cetnTdileeni 5 Geswes de at 6 Philofophe Contes de 3 Sr 3 Erreurs 3 Penlees da z 10 Qeuyres de la 14 Poetique de a Oeuyres de 12 Diclionaire 4 voL de r de 3 Sermons de 3 18 i Memoires de i Description dltalie par 6 Vie dHenri par de BUGS either in town or by ANDREW at the ORIGINAL THREE the firft houfe in oppofite Andrews being univerfally known the firft rank in the city and fuburbs oi after fe veral years His abilities maybe known en enquiring at the Swan with Two Necks in Ladlane 5 at the Avons boardingfchool at Clap ham 5 IxuWelys boardingichool at Hoxton and nuiribers of large not room to mention here where ou may have a fatisfiftary account of thofe nautions 7ermiu being totally cleftroyed by the abovementioned Andrew after others have proved I alib engage to look after fuch beds that I have at the rate of one fhilling a year each Any gentlemen may have a bed cured on the fhorteft and ready to lie in five minutes after The bugliojaor fold at a with proper directions how to ufe The favour of a pennypoll or a di reclion in will be kindly and duly Beware of as I am ob liged to go after them and mend their I alfo recommend to fuch of the gen and that are going to to nave fuch houfes inspected being the principal cafe of their goods being peltered with that noxious ver min called A SPECIES of a UNIVERSAL price one guinea a phial for the cure of the Se veral disorders in the and for certain relief in the infirmities of old andall de cayed confutations of It is the real Tinc ture of without any corrofive it tinges Silver in its hard ftate inftanta neoufly of a golden colour by which property alone may be judged its extraordinary efficacy on the hu man to ftrength and in vigorate This medicine is not reducible into gold by any chemical as all others are found to 4old under the name ofTiufture of Gold they are prepared witii cofrofive this by a radical and there fore this tincture penetrates much further than any other Can be imagmedto To only at and afijthe Crown arvd Seven oppafite with A Perfofls indebted to the eftates and effects and James late bt the Strand or to either of are defired to pay xn their refpeftive debts imme diately at Hulls in in the where daily attendance is given from the hours of ten hi the till two in the to receive the fame otherwife the faid feveral perfons will Be forthwith fued for their faid without further 1bii day art A KEY to tbe NEW jfTL Giving an Account of the leveral their their Authors and of the and Occafions on which they were refpec ftively Extracted chiefly from Michaelis Bimop In whatever was thought moft excellent in fo many eminent Writers is brought to gether into one Pocket Nfeatly printed on Writing Price Reflections In which feaus Princip in his are occafionally examined and By Father Precep tor to the Prince of Printed onWriting in a neat Pocket Haflelijuifts Voyages and Travels in the Holy m pub bv Sir Charles Phyhcian to the King of Price Printed for and in CT fw tb letters figntd A VOICE of WISDOM and left To the P R I N T E manner in which the people L J cerning is to me a moft T 85l melancholy proof of the almoftto decay of that Sentiment of free dom which animated our forefa which is the Spirited and cha rafteriftic principle of our once free constitution j and which alone can Save us from falling absolutely under the yoke of to which the want of this very Sentiment has Subjected the generality of The if prdperly is not concerning a liberty which is the tool i of contending the key to or the revi of a mwiters cradle but that true and genuine liberty which expands and ennobles the heart of the and prevents his property from i touched but by of thoSe ths are hjs representatives in The Infa nation of Some people while they en ideavpTlr by the to efta fbiifti a right to tax in direcl violation of j this animating principle of their is to the laftdegree It fhall be my to fhecyhere ina few how Such a right would be dtreftly SubverCve of oar Snd therefore of our rtbt witJi into thequsHipn whether America bs in the manor of frivolous equivocation derived from the eaSual uSe if this sxpreffi m iu the Ifcflachufets charter by King Charles the Second nor yet whether Ameri can corn be indigeftible or unpalatable though I pro fefs I think it exceedingly palatable becauSe theSe matters do not Seem to me to be quite pertinent to the and are indeed unworthy refutation or The in America are as much and derive that tenure Srom Same as are the lands of England and the holders Of on the fame are as much freeholders as thoSe cf Now it mud be known to every at this there is not a freeholder in England who does not vote for a representative in the affembly of rhe Commons of England who from thence derive their and their ible right ef taxing the property of the Nor is there any freeholder in the fo ignorant of his and of ths foundation of his that he would not complain of a violation of if he were deprived of the privilege of voting for Such a representative yet we are Sub jecting the American freeholders to that very griev of ourfelves would complain as def truftive of our freedom j we are Subjecting to be taxed by in thedeilion of whom they have not one They are freeholders as we they thoofe reprefentatives to tax them as we do wd it Seems the nature of the Britifti and Subversive of the freedom of the common that the property of a free holder mould be taxed by any representatives but thoSefor which he and thereby empowers to tax Let the Scr a be our and fuppafe ourfelves liable to be taxed by repre sentatives choSen by the freeholders of America fliould we heSitate an inftant in declaring it an abSo lute violation oSour amd a flavifh imposition Therefore the right of taxing the American frete which Some would eftabiifh muft needs as unconftitutipnaUind arbitrary with reSpeft to the With what jultice then can we thus attempt to violate the liberty oS the Americans Is nat this the infatuation Having upon fair and unqueS that we can nave no right to the freeholders in I mail add a word or two upon what is termed a rfbellien in The only occurrences which can have given the halt ground for fuch a are the tumultuous proceedings of the and the reSelves ofthe aS With regard to the I would only beg leave to whether it uSual to call the rio tous acTions rebellion Were the when they afSembled Surrounded the par offered moft dangerous violence to the coach of a noble if I did hin4 a perfonal attempted to pull down his and aiTaulted his Majeftys guards with fo as to occaSion the death of fome of them were they called relels or rieten Has the American mob been more And are they and the whole colonifts of who never were guilty of any Such to be branded with the moil odious ami deteftied name of Let us now con fider how far tTie tefolves of the American affemblies Cin be called I have already that England can have no right to tax The ftamptax feemtd to thsn therefore unconiti and a direcl violation of the rights the Amen can who are the true and only re ef and have thefole ccnftitutional right of taxing their p by their immediately afferted their remonftnued againft this infringe ment of with a fuiritand freedom which was well worthy the free reprefentatives of a free people j and can this be termed rebellion In in Ger in it might have been efteemed fuci and is it not a melancholy that thjs cojntry is degenerating into their fervile flate and abitct fen when the voice of and the afler tion of meets with the fame eflimatioh The American alTembliei were impelled to thefe re folves by the ftrongelt motives of juftice to them to their and to their poflerr Had they tamely Surrendered tlwir tlwv had been the moft contemptible of mankind they bravely aflerted and are am an American I always gloried in i for no other reafon but that I thought it rii i name of The behaviour of my coun trymen has juftified that arid I liope the jultice and honour of will never mit it to be I A L A An Old Inhabitant of Mary canus Tom M T RK A Contributor A Friend to jny Fnend to my tht W in Jftrdafi Lineii tbe third for refentmeat ments and two lines far read To the P R I N T E TN your paper of this there is a JL which Thst wheat being at 43 and 6d or the it is remarkable that the qinrfrn loat for which is at the rate of and fou per Ths corrdpoijdent lent you tlut hath moft egreioufly im pofed upon in a palpable faifhood Kv the aft of the 31 ft George in which tl e cf bread is fixed one ftijhng and fixpence is allowed to the Eaker for every which addcd to and per buftsel the price your confponrlent fays wneat now bears nukes it per bumc1 which by the table annexed to the hews the quartern loaf be fold for as it now For by the fame if corn was and snd the baVers allownn e of adJed to the quartern loaf tlien Jell for and cannot be Aip that the hurry of bufmels will allow you time 4xamme every calculation Idoubt readineis toinfert that the ignorant may not be feta damcuring againit the chisf of don who has been ever one of the firmeft friends of the efpecially in the article of on the fane inlmuations of the malevolent To the P I N T E THIS day beinsf fixed for the cf a RecTvr cfthe unitedpariOies of xMargaret Pattms and Gabne inthe room of theLite worthy I beg your indulgence to convey a few the In cp this it ehwfe one wlw is perfectly capable of txtcoting all the duties cf that important offlce and one who by his living and mora virtues may Set a example to liis I would not wifh to Sinuate the of the moral of the reverend candidate fome regard is to he had to a ptwt has been in that inoft the education of youth church prefer ment mere and whos moreanxious for torecommend to the consideration of the worthy who are already acquainted that gentleman I am ineertive to promose hi JHtereft but s many of them may nave only a light if any knowledge of I would beg leave to in him are united the the and the ThoSe who have heard him preach Soufld neSs of elegance of and juftneSs of he has not many equals and ner of life and conversation doth not is the lealt be lye his I hope I am not Singular in that his con as Inftriiitor of the orphans in juitice to hays Some weight with and give him Some grounds to ges in life are many and The moit wealthy and beft citizen amongft may meet with reverfes of fortune that may oblige tender offspring to Srek that noUie v b edu catedinChriftshofpital is t ritpripus tafk of rearingtheir infant winds to pointing out ths iieps they are to and form ing the the and the not to meet with Some This ior Some years been Whalleys and bow he hss charged that duty let Envy ipesk chil dren of the clj he bas and many of children he may hereafter He btea long rhe Servant of ths city may my then aft like generous reward with their fa vour one who hath Served theai Thus it may be feen that however rhe other reve rend candidates may have ennl on ac count of nerits as yet Whaiiey has that Superior prttsnSion of haviug aire render ed eSfential itrvice the dry lince every and worthy apprentice taken from Chrifts Since he has had te charpo of ye to Us culiivattd tlieir na tural genius he either Sswtd the Seeds of and religion in their or watered thoSe he found already there he chenihed the duties in their heaits and foilered and ripened every growing virtue in their When yon reflecl on fellow citizens I can not call you by nobler nanie Shall I Can I doubt but that you will join to with Ivm Is and the man to whom the community of Lon don is absolutely and to whom your po fterity will bs Malevolence may perhaps aScribe this letter to Mw Whallys influence but I Solemnly on the honour rf a and the faith that this is wrote entirely from a wiSh to Serve very honour and but is the hand from whence this   

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