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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 3, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily V rm i i tt M i i n n i HA Y M A R K E ATtheKinCaTttEATREinthe on next the etb be An Tkkets will be delivered to the at the Office of the faid If any tfckets remain more than yittbe delivered on at t fffijiand adaiJt either one gentle jnan or two Five different doors will be pptned at twelve for company te go where chairs will eaftly be Vivant Rex M A K K AT VT H B INGs THEATRE 5a the on Thurfiday next will be performed a New Berious called S O F O N I S B The Mufic entirely newj compofed by Signior With new new and deco Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be delivered That Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex K K U A Y JrtL W AT tte Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will he prefented The Havard with proper fongs adapted to the character Ste King Yatcs Love Ariel with proper tongs Mils Young Rear Vincent j With the H E R f O V N T G A R D E AT the Theatre Koyal in THIS D will be presented JULIUS C M S A With the Deaths of BRUIVS and Walker Smith Marc Rofs Julius Clarke Hull Matter Besford Vincent 5 With the C H A P L E This price Embelliftied with a curious finely en graved from a beautiful defign an engrared tide page and the following very neatly the heads ot Duke of Earl of Sirlfaac and Mead a view of the entrance into a wonderful cavern in America ONIVERSAL MUSEUM and CoNUHETE J MAGAZIJHE of Knowledge and for The great increafe the fale of the Umverfcl Mufeum enables the Proprietor to add to its future As a proot of there will be given in tagnumber for an elegant whole iheet jaap of the country rwwd 4tawn taotit ac tual and accurate alone would be thought cheap at a Such as have not yet taken this may be provided wifli it from their beginning with the prefent Printed for at the m Pater Row j and fold by all Bookfellers and s in Great Britain and From the VVTHEREAS on Friday and Saturday by Vy means of the information of an the fallowing perfons were and com mitted to different by Sir John Ma jor and William Efq being charged with committing divers highway robberies within this twelvemonth laft in the neighbour hoods of TitfnhaB Egham ana Samuel John George Jofeph mac Richard WJHiam Jofeph William Edward Richard William and William John Goddard and John Evans made their The faid John And William attacked a poll near in which was Major aid Sir Jota in their way to in order to give for the apprehending feme of the above offenders Evww immediately nred a horfe piftol into ttw chaifej which being Evanss left cheek was fcorched with gunpowder the with the other perfons in the im mediately got and apprehended both the to by the negleft of a Evans but is fin ce All perfont who have been robbed within the above and in the above whether in private or ftage coaches or who have not already made information of the fame at the above aredefired to do it previous to the re examination of the above of the particular local application thereof inAme fbrthe end and purpofe of protection and de theymay juftly think themfelves well and fo may the important difputebe happily and afteiwards it will be a further gYeat addition to the and durable tranquil ty of this extended if the government mould irifely think fit to caufe the to be byelefting andfending mem day In one volume printed on a fine paper and large in the manner of Advice to the People in General with regard to their Hralth price only ATreatife upon the Diforders produced by the crime of O N A N Illuftrated with a variety of Cales together with the method of By the celebrated TISSOT and tranflated from the authors laft cerrefted Printed for near the New Church in the Strand at the Temple Exchange near Dunftans Fleet ftreet j by the bookfellers in and Pauls and both in town and Of the faid bookfellers may be Tiflbts Treatiift on the fecoad with an price Be careful to aik for the large octavo edition of Tiflbts Treatife on bers to jit in which would certainly be a great fecurity to the peace and welfare of the whole j the numbers and proportion as which is fubmitted to public in hopes of promoting the public by AMOR Propar Cartada and its dependencies NQ va Scotia and itsdependencieSjl being young for the New Ifainpmire Maflacbufets Bay Connecticut Rhode Kland New York Jerfeys Penfylvania Lower Counties Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina 500 and Baft andWeft Florida 1 Bahaina and Bermuda J Jamaica Antigua andT and Vincent 3 Total Total brought down j I g Dp 00 with precarious what man that is with any portion of reflection but mult acknowledge it an evil And docs not experience fumifli us with innumerable examples tliat extreme poverty is often tirries rafh in its and fatal in its quences That it is not to be wrought en bvVo nor awed by anus That arguments cannot fupprefs its nor threats defeat its How is it the duty of wife tors to pay a preferable attention to the of the and effeftunlly remove every DM that might excite them to or uroe 1500 zo Divided by total num ber of inhabitants J 000 makes each per Annnal raifed in Great Britain to pay the mtereftof the public almoft wholly borrowed to carry on feveral and nwr half of it on ac count of the begun in Atntrita Say ao following NEW PAMPHLETS en the Williams in Fleetftreet Kearfly in Ludgate and Bladonin CONSIDERATIONS on the Propriety of jmpofing Taxes in the Britifli for the purpofe of railing a Revenue by AS of North America Price The GRIEVANCES of the Colonies candidly ex arnin Printedin by authority of the Afiembly there and now infcnbed to Lord Price the NECESSITY of Repealing the Stamp ds Price of the Righto of the oponthe Principles of Price The LATE OCCURRENCES in and Po Iky 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 of the Provincial By late Agent for New Price The CHARTERS at length with a Narrative of the late ProceediBgs in Price NEW BOOKS imported by oppofite ia the Bookfeller to his Volume de 1Hiftoire de 1Aca des pour 1AnneV Palis Connoiflance Mouvemens celeffes pour IAnnee par Ite la Almanacb ppur 1Annee Paris Hiitoire des Revolutions de4Empire par a Paris HiSkoire du Bas par Le Paris Paftorales de Paris Planches enlwwufes drHiftoiie par V AbregS Chrdoologique deTHiftoire iEfpagtie par Maeqtier If avoL Paris Eloge de par Pant Diitionnaire du vieux Langage par Paris Peiaiption hiftorique d critique par tAbbf Paris ou Bictionoaire aifonnf des Arts des H Paris HecueU Piaachei de NEW BOOKS Imported by PAUL facing in the de 1Impot de avec Vj celui Urdonnance du concernant la du 15 Mars Derimprmierie Connoiflance desMovemens Celeftes pour IAnn fie De la Etat Militaire de pour 1annee Kiftoire depuis la Fottdfttion de la jufquala Paix conclue en par Des Calendrierde la Cour pourTanns ou Diftionaire des Science to 85 I5 l6 J7 Figures de Hmoire des ou Memoires de Amours des Hiftoire Now on And will continue felling till January moft and valuable CATA LOGUE of in all languages and of Jingle and by the greateft containing above ONE HUNDRED in elegant being the li of the learned perfons undermentioned lames eminent for his of botanual and books of medah the Honourable Admiral Leftock Doftor of Waltlumftow William Efqj Serjeant at Law Alderman Dickenfon Auguftme 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 large and and butjiiv copies the Pro prietor hopes the will not be offended at their not receiving as ufual and to prevent its falling into the hands of fuch who never intend to be price of it will be five fid for which a printed receipt will be given which will be allowed in aay cr the money returned on the delivery of the Receipt and Cata A discount of five per for five pounds 5 ten per on ten and fifteen per on irweiiiy and will be en payment of ready The manuftript fertnons of a learned are to be difpofed being a courfe for the wote in bis own very Some neat bookcafes to be Divided by the g c ber of inhabitants J makes 1 Account of Julius four Fte the letter figned AN j AN U S fee the HE author of the letter figned inferted in pa per ok Niw Years has fmce made a computation of the num bers qf inhabitants in each colo and a fuitable proportion of duties fit to be raifed in each co in fuch manner as they Severally like which may be and it would be happy if accepted as an equivalent tnHea of the ftamp duties and fo made by another aft to ftsmd repealed in farour of each particular upon and fo foon as fcy one mall have paffed an aft of fo to raife fuch proportion by taxing themfelves and if they fhould happily fa far be indulged and confined as to be allowed to have fuch wHjintary fo to lodged as fund with the Governor and of aach par ticular or government in but to be at dupofition of the parliament of Great aad To the A LARMING as the many villble diflrelTes are the poor of this kingdom at prefent la Bonr and as their complaints are to every man who is poffeffed with the leaft fhare of hu patient as t hey ieern to be in fuftaining their load of and infirm as many thousands arqrfo procure a bare fubfiftence notwithftandingall no effedual meafures of redrefs are peremptorily ex no fcinguine advocates inlift their is the ally of and felf intereft the ruling principle of power we are to wonder at rhe inattentive Minifters in procrallinating evils which they do not nor fearch for the needy have no champions to efpoufe tneir To inflame tlie ill conduct of our and difcou rage a popular opinion of the merit of our prefent is the eternal Printer of your numerous writers as if they imaginediucl nauticus repetitions could be in the leaft entertaining to the liifinterelled or judicious part of Weretiiele political debates productive of any pub lic there would be fome plea for their perfe verance on the we by tliat they widen our national prevent all unanimity in our and rivet an invincible hatred and jealpuily in the breads of contending par ties while their authors grown callous from their habitual jog on their diurnal like horfes in a pleafed with tfceir and happy as they are It here my defign to arraign minifters or A difcerning public will never be influenced in favoxxr of but as their rations and writings confer real Patriotifm is beft by a fteady the general good of and an obedient concurrence to promote the honour and happineis of the Prince are deficient of thefe qualities are no patriots and it our prefent or future miniiters do not finally remove the too juit and univerfal complaints and murmurs of the a few flatterers or dependants might their and both their vanity but impartial millions will brand their conduct with m ceflant and folicit redrefs from that amiable fovereign whofe benevolence is to be equal led but by his paternal Evils kind are fupportable in proportion as they are and detouaive only while they are active effential arti cles of the common nectflaries of life are fo much enhanced as to effect even the income of creditable we are not to look upon it as a limit or a fupportable but we muft confider it as anablblute oppreffive in its and dangerous in its Add to all trade is on the and credit overwhelmed be neath the oppreffion oftaxes freedom hellers her the arms of and public virtue is funk into the bafe fubterfuge of Landlords wreck their and merchants grind our mechanics foreftallers ftarve the and monopolizers extend their baleful influence even the very gates of imperial ruin are evils that demand the moft ferious the fpeedieft redreis is not to be chid for its craving nor cold upbraided for its feeling cwi demn not ye gay and wealthy tire cr of nor mock the forrows of adverfity doththevpoor and wiU not God hear them Do the afflffted and will not their Maker avenge them he will tears and their oppreffors he will not Powrty in itfclf I confefs is no evil j but when it j the danger of rather than ciples of To fuch I did not dire61 this leN In vain would be the eloquence of a ru hinifelf kindle the leift fpark of philanthropy in the hearts ofthofe whofe is in the amaf fmg of My principle is to follicit our literary combatants to efpoufe ths nor ceaie their commendable efforts till they have obtained their falutary purpcfss though are not infenfible rnd thonh in the often yet they are it ill our brothers in The meaneil has the fame paffions as his the lame feel ings as his As they ufefui to Io and therefore deferving otredreis and as a they are the of a and there fore ought to be dreaded in tlicir often deeps in the er of au by peribnal or unfupported by miniflerial influence if authority is nt to be by aiarmin rc it is to be with ipii iced re your dwell no longeron polilical inveitivjs and perfonal concur ttraffert the caufe of the which is the of Let their future lucubrations breath the Ipirit of fraternal and exhortive and they will alluredly enjoy the unfpeakuble fatisfaclion of having employed their talents for the nobievt pur pofes and if even diAppointed in their will reap the bleilings of applauding if they are determined to perpetuate the alreadyex haufted fund of let us have fuch ufefui hints blended with their illiberal that we may refpeft the man in the Let us be no more told of ill mealures and ill but teach us to repair the and forget the Pregnant with expectation from the conduct of our new we pant the utmoic impatience for the completion of thofe interesting meafures now debated on in which are alike ani of the laft importance to thefe Among the the grievances of the poor are to be placed jn the nrft clafs I make no but eveiy fenator will gladly contribute his endeavours to reftore that vvhich is not to be truly ef fected but by a fpeedy prohibition in tion of They have for a long while born with many fharp and fevere hard in hopes they may be one redrefled and if they have been hitherto fo prudent as to is it to be fuppofed that tliey will always be fo itoical as to forbear Such a fup pofition is incompatible with the inherent principles oFBritifh Let bo oar earned duty topretefti thofe which neglect and time may make it difficult to cure for in inch a govern ment as we fhould be more careful to reiireis than contemn the In a future letter I hall confider the feveral grievances of our poor more unlefs prevented by an abler To the THERE are fome points and thofe of much im portance in which the generality ot writers oa the prefent concerning are not fo accnratesis the very great of matter Whether this proceeds from inattention isno my prefent purpofe to In the firft when they the oppofnion of the Americans to the rigbt of impohng taxes on upon the privilege enjoyed by ecerj of being taxed oivn given in his reprefentative arAl then that a very great number of Englishmen are whs never vote for a representative they ftiamefully the argument of the which reds upon this general privilege of that a free holder or freeman of a corporation or con ftitutionally fending members to have an unalienable right to vote in their and thereby of giving a general content to the taxes that are thought proper to be Thus this argument of the Americans is and theconfequence deduced from it that the repreientaaves chofen by the freeholders and freemen of GreatBritain cannot have a con ftitutional right to tax the feems clear and unqueftionable that there are many non electors in vvhoar taxed by the par is true but it feems furely more obviouily juft to argue from that the whole of the Britifli nation fliould be taxed without electing re prefentatives than that the American freeholders and who do elect mould be taxed by thofe they do not t In the fecond it is erroneous to call tke eftablimment of the polloffice in impo and therefore adducing it as a precedent of the Americans having acknowledged the Bright of parliament to tax This is nothing more than the Kings having the liberty ot public letter who are to demand fuch a price only for their leaving me at entire liberty to fend my letter by my own or that of the Here no I pay for a ferviCe and amXerved cheaper by the than I could be by my But the ilamp aft is truly a fmce am to pay my money without any and am to pay or forfeit all ths privileges ot fociety b eiveup all both foreign and all the benefits of juitice and protection of govern ment I muft become an an a Is not this a tax And is it not as different from the from or light darknefs Shall fuch a precedent be pleaded to Hi vei near three millions of with all their pofterity of their liberties it is tla rinklv abfurd to that a precedent of an ille ealacVs having been can render any fu ture commiffion of it If it can he proved tbst the Britifli parliament have no from our to tax the pjreceienti of its
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