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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 31, 1766, London, Middlesex                                eer ana New A T T H E ING8 THEATRE in the TOMORROW will be performed a Mew ious cabled fi OF ONI SB The Mnflt entirely compofed by Signior1 Whh new new and deco Pit and boxes to be pur and no perfons to be admittedwithout which will ie delivered Tomorrow at the faid at half a guinea each Galery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex 7 o K U K Y L AT tjje Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be preftnted Z A R Holland Garrickj Ne Aickin Burton Strange 5 Selima Mifs Plym 1 With L E T H Lord Chalkftone by i C O V E 14 T G A R D E AT the Theatre Royai in THIS DAY will be preteuttd JULIUS C M S A With the Deaths of BRUTUS and Walker j Smith Marc Rois Julius Clarke Gibfon Hu1 Matter Sesford Vincent Bellamy With the INTRIGUING lfbis day tj price feweti v itf and WRITING Jt upon PUBLIC CONSIDERED With aniifterical view of thft Romaninpirial laws againft libels lefler The nature and ofe of torture aqoong tUeKomans modern The bringing of the rackinto the where it for a beginning the Civil laws in The diiierent treatment Kbels The legal and ju fubfervience to arbitrary nd abolition of the Court and of trial by With withe of the liberty of the add its abutcs particularly bftate with refpedi to the colonies and a brief Itate of origin amipofeical collected frqffl various Princes and Parlia Printed and fold by in In one volume octavo pi inted on a fine paper sad in the manner of Advice to the People in General regarrt to their Hiakhprkeoniy 6d Treatife upon the Diforders prodoCM by the crime of On IHuftrated wkha variety of T1SSOT 5 iranflated from the mothers laft ear rected Printed for near the New CfTurch the Strand j at tlie Tempie Exchange near Dunftans Fleet Areetj bythe bookfellers in Paternofterrowi and Pauls and and Of the bookfelters may be TiffotsTreatite the fecond an price Be careful to for the large oftavo edition of 0ri Ttffots Treatiit on fbrPVJSTiNtiby confiftihg of Original Imita tions of the entire Tranflation ot by of the Middle Efq aufkor of an Epiftle from William Lord Ruflell to William Lord Ca Subfcriptiona are and a Specimen ef the work with PropoMs and conditions at by Dodfley in Pallmail Almon in Piccadilly j Davies in RuffeH Coventgerden Becket and De IIondt in the Sirand Wil liams next to the Mitre tavern in Fleetftreet j near j Xearfiy en LtfdgateMtt j Nicoll in Chdrcbyard j and and Urquliart under the Royal Exchage of raay be prici one billing and the fecowd edition of the abovementieried Epiille 5 alio by the who may be directed to at the Grecian coffeehoufe in or fpoken with at his chambers in the Middle An ACCOUNT and the un by an EininetU N V MB E R of fpHECOtTRT MISCELLANY GENTLE Jt MAN and LADYS NEW for JA Embellifhed with two elegant copper and a favourite new fang fet lor differentjn One of the prints is an elegant Hiftbrt 5 and the other the celebrated John James in an Armenian done from an ori 1 painting in the poflkflion of a SwifsGntleman in and efteemed a very good Fart of contents are as follows An account of the with an elegant engrav New observations on Shakefpeares pint Romeo and of many life itftiatte On London bsdng A dialogue between a his Fa Hiftory or the celebrated An uiry ihtoihe effects of love on life and tiffs A natural hiftory of with Obfervations an im Vonjitted Bad education the caufe of Obfettfationa made by tpung gentleman whowas BRftoryof Henry ahd with an elegant Fidelia and Extracts from the view of human An atcount of the celebrated The Thedif fcfent methods of purfning an Eaftern Al Upon a inft tatte of facial An Epiftle froni the oe written at the Abbey of by Various for Richardfon and Urqunart under the Eiiifihange and fold by an the 1xokfellers i oewscafners in Great Britain and the fix former H A Y M A k K E ATthe KINGS THEATREin the ou Wednefday the of will be An A S S E M B L Tickets will be delivered to the on Tuefday the of at the Officje of the faid Every Ticket will admit either one gentle man or two Vivant JRex ALL perfons indebted to the eftates and effects of Galfridus and James late of the or to either of are defined to pay in their refpecTive debtl imme diately at Hulls in in the where daily attendance is given from the hours ef ten in the till two in the to receive the fame 5 otherwife the faid feveral perfons will be forthwith fued for their faid without further This day at nton will be Part the of Proceedings on the Kings Commiflion of I the and and Goal Delivery for the City of and alfo the GoaU Delivery for the County of held at Juuice Hall in the Old on the r6th and of January among a very extraordinary Printed for John at the Biblfr in Pauls churchyard and fold by all the an4 newscarriers in town and Where may be the Firft Part of thefe price A few are printed on fine price wilt be by flie FIRST VOLUME of HISTORY of VANDALIA containing X the ancient and ftate of the country of MECTCLENBURCH its revolutions under the the and the Saxons with the fuc cefl5pn and memorable acYions of its Emoelliftied with copper By THOMAS Priiued for the author j and fold by in the bookfeller to his in i in in Fleetftreet and in Pall iaall where fubfcaptions are taken for the and ToA N T I S E J A N U rcipua pars eft beta nonfolum imumjit quid pro temporum OWEVER you may affect a fu perier difcerntnent than your by a of fentiment aimoftpecujar toyour yet though ever fo retitStiHt you cannot forbear to eoademiv the unpardonable omif on that who in their cfefigil tax an hitherto either wholly or elfe underlined the maxim above cited for ifhouid allow the ftampaft to be good in yet it could not but appear for the circurnftances of when in and that it was tiefy the prefent unhappy commotions in our Colonies at this very too fenlibty corrobo All things therefore deliberately it is matter of great that any true patriot can militate againft its efpecially as the purfuit of forcible meafures may be productive of the moft alarming and render an hi therto relpeftable a confirmation to the tbtdefarved laughing ftock of the though it argues weaknefs in any body of men to enaft uiinubolefome yet ob ftinately to enforce thofe laws when trebles the this cafe to is to be holding good as and being no lefs obligatory upon larger focieties and than be frank your de clamatory for I cannot term them againft the repeal of the ftamp feems to befpeak a greater defign to confound tliepefeat admi iiiftration you beft know why than to chief argument you urge in order to ftimulate the le giflacive authority to purfue violent methods againft American confifts in the facility where with on account of her and fu perior force may and depopulate JVYwEngland with equal I Ibmemen on account of corpo real are able heartily to drub SZyoeiet tllit placet j but would efteem this a iufficieat reafoh for facb ufage notwithftanding the energy wberewuh you urge it ngainft your would foon and loudly againft the leverity and injuftice of tfie tgamenfyrrt is one is yourfelf cannot with you make the unalter ably upon the confcioufnefs of the weaknefs of this argument if it merits fuch a name induced ydu I imagine todeclaim onthe of the I becaule founded upon the extravagant chime ras of your own brain j reflects a great odium on their and has an an almoft necejfary tendency to expel thofe able which otherwife they might de mand from the breaft of every Briton j but ingrati tude you as it fuppoles favours fuppofes alfo an abufe and canttmpt of thofe If then the colonies are juftjy chargeable with fuch abufe and cenfure with all the energy and pathos you poffibly for you can not cenfure them too much but if they are nat jiiftljt chargeable fuch like an arrow from a well teraperd mutt rebound with the greater impetuofity upon your own that they are innocentof this their conducY fora longferies of years has Have they as well in the fervice of Great as in their own chearfully raifed and fupported troops at their own expence Have they not chearfully contributed their even to the utmoft extent their when called upon in a legal manner fp to do Is not their prefent debt owing to vigorous efforts in fupport of the laft war enhancefi to a moft if not irre coverable degree Was there not a time when the Britifh as 2 confederation for what they alkpad them an annual ftipend And as they have been protected at a conuderable expencs of M aiooey and men fcy wliafe intereft with theirs muit ftand and have they not al ways difcovereiltheir attachment to its and profperity Wherein confifts their ingratitude In their youll to the ftamp fince in order to prove fuch oppofition you fliould prove the aft ulelf a kindnefs granted as was hinted ingratitude confifts in the of which has not I will ever be thiir thougk an oppofition to arbitrary iHegal faxes Their prsfent oppolition pro ceeds as you would from ingra titude unlefs the reception of favours will oblige the befriended re fubinit to every infult but pro ceeds from an unfliaken attachment to liberty 5 I I may add they do and are deter mined ever to retain the moft grateful fenfe of the favouis received from their mother and embrace every difcover fuchra grate ful fo far as they coififlentfy I accipere libertatem eft ven is a doctrine to which at prefent they are long may they fb I pur poled to have according a few on the nature of the gronndlefs nefs of which charge on the Americans I have in my laft proved I 1 tipprefs thefe at till another kitI tire your for fome have twice a week tired the patience of Solon B To the THE by his mafterly elo convinces of the utility and pro priety of treating our brethren in Americaas friends and From among us have alwayidefired to form their oranipcs of men and Why voar correfpon dent Vindex enveigh firftrongly againftjfcat wifdom which has often been to fuccefstully ufed by the hOneft Statefman cauie of country Why bould we be reluflant toliften to councils which have oftenimparted fo great a luftre to this ifland But I examine the queftiea now fo warmly agitated between us and if the Great Conimoner had never fpoke on and from the pjaineft principles in that the humane method is belt me thod I for Britain America The impropriety of the is acknowledged by yet rhe enforcing of it is contended for by merely on account of the bad confequences wbich a ot that act in the pubric opi be Thpls nimfyrenfonersiup poie lhat a repeal of this aft would encourage the Nonh Americans to attenpt hereafter an entne ex clufion of the Emifh jurifdiftion from But is this argument jiiii Is it conclufive Do we certainly know that an event of this nature would be confequent of that I am do It is more Ifkely that this imagination mere aphantonvof that fcas no foundation but in a delulive I fliall br a moinent that the Americans would aft in this ridiculous Can they iiope to iiiCceed fo inad an We know they The ftrength of Britain is too great for America to cope Nor would any future increase in their population or opulence alter their circumftances in thisrefpeft for more merous they comtneice the more neceffary for their and their commerce will always lay at our Our fupsrior navies could annihilate it at our if we ever found it our intereft to do thebetter opinion the more the Americans encreafein opulence or the greater will be their dependence on The rich Americans on the continent would like the iflandns remove to England with their fettle their families aug ment opr national encreafe the miSnber of our and enlarge ottr Thus our con nexions with America will daily multiply as Ame rica encreafes in people and in their multiplication produce the agreable effefts in their far fupferiorin gpodnels to thofe contended ior by the Cons of The plantations in deed will be daily weakened by the emigrationsof their opulent planters to in order to their But thefe emigrations will not only impart to ws a great degree of importance in but alfo in retaining our colonies in a perpetual Itate of dependance on I the Noith Americans had never tried by tumults to counteract the authority of the Britilh enate yet I cannot think that egregious folly of tke Americans a fuflicient realbn for depart ing from that courie of proceeding relative to Ame is direiled by and approved of by Shall we revenge on Bjitain in Aine nca the taulis of our colonills Were ever vindic tive councils productive of a good efteft I believe few inftances of diat fort can be Shall punifc ourfelves for the delinquencies of the North Americans Shall we forego the ad van Tages we juftly expeft from a prudent and humane conduft towards becaufe fff Americans are nut fo wife as ztv tobe That would be limple The infant ftate of America I her excufe at leaft I certain that her imbecility places her beneath our vindidlive rc ferrt her poverty puts her out of the reach of amer her ignorance fliades her from the poignancy of Who chaitifes their chil dren before tliey arrive at that which endues them with understanding fufHcient to difcern the folly of that are but tooclofely united with our nature Let America get out of her before we expeft that flie will aft with that which is fometimes even wanting in advanced We know there is no defeftin the loyalty of the Americans their fault is in their judgment 5 they have heard of oppofitions to grie but they knew not how oppositions of that fortrare to be carried on in a This ignorance produced thufe Jb unworthy of our notice in way and fince we ac knowledgGj that the ftampaft is a and oughtto have removed in cafe thofe tumults had not why fliould our opinions as to the repeal be altered by tliofe or an other accidents Do the of propriety depend uoon the aftions of the Americans Surely If then that aft was injudicious previous to the American tumults cannot render it or fit to be pur to the irreparable lofs of The Anw ncan tumults are objefts qune diftinft from the propriety impropriety of the ftamp aft j aor have thefe objefts the Jeaft connexion with each Our own intereft is concerned in the impropriety of r2p wllich prudence nor iuitce will fuffer us to facrifics to American Nor can any future dreaded confequences in which may or may not jurtify our afting at preftat with the lulss of propriety which certainly muft be the if an which ought to be is neverthelefs I hope I have hewed by of that will not admit of that the Great CpmmorJers with refpeei to ths repeal of this is founded pn the belt of meiits if complied will eftablifti tilh commerce and empire in America upon a foun dation that cannot be To the R I N T E MUST it not give a fenfible pan to evrry ua prejiidiced to every lover of his coin to find out fuch a manifest of abilities iri of candour and luummity in of the numerous advifers of the legiibtiire at this important crifis to fee the intreagues of faftion more preva lent than the diftates of reufon and and pri vate prefered to national Amongft this fervile herd fhere is nont appears to the world in a more odious light than AhtiSeja like one of that fpeties of birds which will learn any thing for having been taught a fet oi fcurrilcus phrafes againft thofe now in is incefiantly croaking them in our ears Terrible indeed is our were his reprefentation ajull picture of it but fure we are as he duced to the alternative of deftroyrng our own ccwi or of ruining our We admit the prefent conjuncture is a one thanVs to heads that reduced us to it I we are threatened on either fide by impending evils but muft we therefore necefiary fplit on Scylia or Charybdis The prudence and abilities of thofe now at the helm in extricating we will atone for the mifconduft of thole who brought us Suppofe the an event againft which you fo vehemently repealed vvhnt I theconfecjuential evils we fnuitatlend a vile gement of the R IP you WheiiaTo w reign is inclined to redrefs the grievances of his fubjects impofed upoa tliem by a weak or unadvifed to deem it an infringement of the P isa piece of fophiftry I do not underiland your argument that tke P by renounce claim to their right of hying any future taxes upon T alfo any more than that the peat of the bill for the naturalization of the invalidated their power of Livvs here the greateit eviM believe you or rather in whole hands you arebut asa fifelefs piece of and behind the ciir fiin make the puppet is to find fhemleJves conftrained fliame to abandon tbeir favourite child to a metaphor of their own vhich they hsd declared themfclves refjlved tt cliild indeed begotten by to which the good old nurfe AtJijSeawifc videdip dull lullabies of The only argument that fems to carry with it the appearance of is the Increafe of cijr na tional debt in the defence of the our very being as a forbid we mould defert them any cofflmercwl Itate would gladly have taken them under her to have enjoyed the advnntages that we derive from thence the branches might have lived fevered from ttreif parent how deftitute and fruitlefs had they left the tock That their country was the theatre of is a circumftance little deferving of and by no means a juft plea for liwdihg them with heavier I womd pur enemiesmade a defcent and ravaged alNKjfcir ticular part of this had heavier taxes for that realoii been levied upon It cannot be that the Americans exerted rhemfelves vigoroufly ift their own defence and their mail they fall a prey to their friends If they are to be treated as a conquered it were no matter to whom they were and as fuch beyond dif pute thy if deprived of thofe privileges and powers with which their charter irivgfted them and at the fame rims denied to fend reprdentaiives to that country whence they are to receive their to proteft their feqi re their and prevent the ill that we at this time ftiould we ever be again fo unfortunate as to have a y fo ignorant of the inte raits of their ahd the ftate her asTvas the The LAW YE rTIHE learned author of the ic Commentaries on JL the Laws of informs U3 C that fuch indulgence does the luv ihew to the frailty or human and the workings of pa rental that where mans ton beaten by another and the father went near a mile to find and there h is ions by beating the other of which beating he after wards it not held to be but man flaughter Another learned author and Jiuige that im perfect reports of facb and especially in cafes where every wei eeih tlung in the fcale of are the cf icience that dependeth upon the precedent ex amples of former I have thought continues the Tudrej Rowleys cafe n very extraordinary it isle ported by Coke from whom liala cites fon fights with another and is beaten hs runs home to his father all blovdy the father takes a runs quarters of a and beats the other who dierh of this This is faid to have been ruled done in fudden heat and Surely the provocation was not boy had fought with who hap overmatch For and was flight and very frequent am If upon this provocation the ning three quarters of a hfld againft the had difpatcied him or any other deadly weapoi blows with his it in been murder fince any of thefe circif have been a plain indication of the chievous vindiftive motive before explained with regard to thefe with or to what degree ehild was it totally the be an ter ftrength repeatefe nces th   

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