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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 5, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily THEATnaihthe thejtb of An A S S E M B L Tickets will be delivered to the at the Office of the ftid If any tickets remain more than fubfcribed they will be delivered This at the fix and twenty Shillings The doors to be opened at nine and no EveryTicket will admit either one gentle afl or two Five different doors will be opened at twelve for gompany to go where chairs will eafily be had Vivant Rex H A Y M A R AT T H B KINOS THEATRE in the TOMORROW will be performed a New Serious called S O F O N I S B The Mufie entirely compofed by Signior With new new and deco Pit and boxes to be put and wo perfoiw to be admitted without which will be delivered Temorrow at the faid at half a tuinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES lo perfon wbatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex P R U R Y L A N AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prefented C Y M B E L I N Powell Holland 5 Love Bella Havard Palmer PifTa Packer Bennet j With the COVEN T G A R D AT Abe Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prefented C L E O N Rofs Gibfon Beau fort Dyer Anderfon j Walker Vincent With TWENTYSEVENTH JL T the Little Theatre in near the THIS and EVERY till Etrther The LECTURE on HEADS delivered by a who iiever appeared in The doors to be opened at and to begin ex actly at fix Gallery To the After feveral of our Lords and the made wry faces the amuferaent of the permit a Woman to at tempt the arduous taflc of laughing the Men out of their follies that while meat tempts the ridicuie of vices peculiar to the other by no means fpare the uighteft foible of bar Ibis Jaj is price RIGHTS of PARLIAMENT i onoccafion of the AMERICAN STAMP to the Peppleof Great Omnem humanique moris memonem Cam nova peregrinaque patriis eft prucis prse TJfus et parlameatrett lex parla Lex parlamenli eft lex Lex Anglise eft lex Lex Terrae eft fecnndum Magnam Printed for Buriingtonhoufe in Piccadilly and fold likewifc by in ftreet G Kearfly in Ludgate ftreet and S Bladon in Pater Of whom may be juft Application of feme General Political Rules to the prefeat State of Great and la a Letter to the Rigkt Earl Price An Account of a late Conference on tome Affairs of Price The LATE OCCURRSNCKS in and PO licyof Great Price The NECESSJTY of Repealing the American Price The GRIEVANCES of the Colonies candidly ex Written by the Governor of printed by authority of tire Aflembly p JJ CONSIDERATIONS on behalf of the Price The JUSTICE and NECESSITY of Taxing the Dummers Defence of the Provincial Price The Charters at At the feme places may allo be A and Correct Edition of the Royal Kalen Price only with an from the Key Chandois begs leave toaccjudint her that as taken and fitted up m a commodious man the Golden Key Tavern and in Pfinces ftreet Lincelns innfields where the favour of their company will be gratefully ac by their humble Conftant attendance is given Cupping at home or on the horteft W A X and WAXCAN To the THERE is in a warehoufe for the fale of all forts and fizes of fconce and branch book night fperma ceti wax all forts of fealingwax with every other article of this wholelale and Where thofe who pleafe to honour us with their commands may depend on goods of the ncateft and beft by Benjamin Hofier andfjohn t for preventing the de i oays of and lengthening Prepared by It is a innocent Ind effectual Itcontinues health and fpi to the extream of preferves the faculties ana warms the and ftrengthens the The becomes and mere on taking it the breath is and the limbs are free and pliant the head is clear and and the heart light and Its effects upon the fpirits to regulate theii motions corapofing them when railing them wben One dofe will bring con It prevents the diforders that attend a fe dentaryfcabit and mimbnefs of the hardnefs dlmnefs of giddinefs of the fieepioefS ftiffnefs and rrecibhngs is good cftabiiftied lethargic and to prevent the re of The dofe is a tea fpoonful twice a twelve at and at night aping to a wine glafs of cold Jt is fold in bottles at in Jatcrnoftwrewi and irt Jamess This day is or A REVIEW of PHILLIPSS Hiftory of the Life of Reginald By GLOCESTER Printed for Boyles aad at Horaces in Fleetftreet and in Where may be Ridleys Life of Nicholas fome time Bilhop of London j hewing the plsn and pro grefs of the in which he was a prin cipal and uttered martyrdom for in the reign of Queen Price in De Syriacarum novi fcederis indole argue diflertatio a Glocellrio This day ts Part the in Price One Pound Ten in fheets To which are added a Supplement and with a general and chronological which complete BIOGRAPHIABRITANNICA TheLives of the moft Eminent Perfons who have flou in Great Britain and from the earlieft Ages down to the prefent Times Collected from the beft both printed and manu and digeiled in the manner of Hiftorical and Critical Printed for and WoodfaUj and Bald Hawes and Clarke and This day is V O in price Five ANEW AND COMPLETE Of ARTS and NCES comprehending al the branches of ufeful with accurate defcriptions as well of the various inftru and fchemes neceflary for il luftrating as o the prepara andufesof natural whether ani or fluids 5 toge ther witli the and of her remarkable places throughout th The whole extracted from the belt authors in all By a S O C I E T Y of G E N T L E M The fecond with and This moft ufeful nnd enter taining work is jlluftrated with upwards of two thou fand copperplate elegantly ex plaining the great variety of fubjefts fbuday are Elegantly in three price bound plain or eleganely bound and gilt MORAL and POLITICAL DIALOGUES with Letters on Chivalry and the third To which is now perfix d a preface on the manner of writing dialogue H U R Printed for in the Strand and Thurlbourn and in Where may be The fecond edition of Dialogues moral and politi price On the ufes of foreign tra price j price is And in the Letters on Chiualry and Ro and fpeedily will be By the fame A new edition being the fourth of Horaces epiftlf s to Augurtus and the Pibs j with an Engliih and Critical Ihsday is An elegant and correct printed on a new letter and on a Aiperfine royal in 5 price five guineas THE WORKS of Lord Chancellor BACON with his More complete than any hi therto Printed for in the Where may be Miltons Profe in 2 royal price Sidney on with his Life and Let royal Bicon on the Laws and Government of Eng royal Locke on Toleration royal Burns Ecclefhftical 2 His Juftice of Peace prPanfh 2 i in Humes Hiftory of 6 royal Another on demy in 8 His EfTays and in Aaother in a Robinfons Hiftory of me dium Another Mofheims Ecclefiaftical 2 7 9 S d Fathe letters Jigned B awrf fee Lijl HONEST Arithmetic and Algebra Anatomy 40 Architecture 59 Aftronomy 7 Plants of different kinds Tnftruments and opera tions in furgery 155 Dialling 18 Fortification 39 Foffil fubltances 55 Art of gauging to Geometry 190 Heraldry 196 Hufbandry and Garden ing Pifhes of different kinds Mechanics Navigation Optics Birds of different 104 33 67 Perfpeclive figures 49 Philosophical Topics 38 Phifiological Subjects 45 Pneumatic machines 46 Different inftrurnentsand methods infurveying 57 Quadrupeds and other Animals 68 Mifcdlaneous figures 141 Hydroitatic and Hydrau lic figures 81 Total Befides a variety of different views of many of tha which render this beyqpd compan the oaoft and belt of the kind that ever was offered to the Printed for near Of whom maybe complete fetts in eight price in boards or neatly bound A work of which the meritand defects are before the pub can receive litcle advantage from elabftrate com Thofe to whom this is Initherto un may learn its value from fuch as have al ready bought of whom there are few who will not allow it equal to their On the fir it of March will be publiflied aud to be oontinu ed regularly every month till the whole is comple PERSONS defirous ofavoiding the danger at tending the natural by means of this fuccefsful and falutary practice may at any time be and provided with every thing in commodious aparments in at FIVE Guineas Since tfhecommencement of this ufeful undertak a qonfiderable number of perfons have been ino who have ALL recovered and it has this peculiar circumftancein its the approbation of near thirty of the moft eminent fur and in a certificate annexed to propofals for fupporting it by a to which already more than One Hundred of the No bility and Gentry have The general termi of which A i ual Sub fcribers are entitled to fend a patient for tour Gui and may either pay the whole when they fub or a and the remainder when they fend a Temporary Subfcribers are entitled to fend a patient for Fm may pay it in the fame manner and if they renew their fubfcrip have the fame privilege for Four Further particulars mayte known of in where propofals may be had gratis alfo at in facing Northumberland ftreet j at Toms Co venfrGarden and at Jamess where attsaU srery Tucfday To the February H E writer of the recom mending a general meeting of the merchants in your paper of Satur faw with furprizetheparagrapk you added to Pie did notfuppofe asvy apology neceflary for naming on an occasion fo much to their honour and if it had been he is fo much better known to them than to he would have done it had it been But as he is no knighterrant in he did not incline to run his head againft windmills and tone by figning it with his own name becaufe that at andto this it remains unknown to all the that he has ever amufed himfelf by giving his public fentimentsonaffairs in any other manner than in con verfarion therefore what was faid to you about the when the manufcript was delivered to related only to your private and to know whe ther you would object to it as you before had although nothing but ftridt and notorious truth ever fell from the writers pen he defiresyou wiii publish tliis to fet the matter and that the addrefs may ftand or fall by its intrinfic no end whatfoever but the fcrvice of and the public being aimed at by only part tobe corrected in the is that it afcribes to the merchants f London the adula tion beftowed on fome perfons on of the treaty of peace whereas in reality that was the work of a to which moft of who put their were either perfuuded or compelled to fub very few having done it as act of their judgment and therefore it ought not to be regarded as the deed of the as that of a few Al dermen is not ia the light of an addrefs from the corporation of Wherefore it appears to be the duty of who hold the firft rank in to vindicate the honour of their and of their which have been deeply injured by means of thofe obtained as they were for it cannot reafonably be hoped that men will difmtereftedly ferve the if the merit of their fervices be ai fumed by others of wortlilefs characters and if none will exert themfelves in defence of thofe who render important fervices to the when attacked by ftich as are accounted fome of the moft profligate and abandoned of the human under what title foeverthey may fhelter As iue are informed it is noiv decided that the le gijlature of ibis kingdom bath right to levj taxes on we beg leave to inform our correfpondents can no longer admit any letters in which that right is in any viife While it was an undecided iue readily admitted the difputants on i it her fide of it but fince it is no longer our corrtfpondents mtift fubmit to that augvjl pj5 The following letters are Marotte Solomon Downright A Tallow O Right Reverend and nourable hear the lamentations of your diftreffed and let your virtue and modera tion be evidenced to the lateft generations You are t that it a point ao iraall importance whether the Americans fhall have peace or war pity move you to confider the dreadful confluences that muft follow to if the latter be and then you will chearfully aequiefce in the necef fity of the former I How vain are the arguments of thofe who that your authority will be annihilated if yoU fcend to pity your countrymen at home and abroad j for only a reverfe conduct can make thi ilaM iable to fuch a deplorable You rwer be injured by ferioufly adverting to the of juftice connected with mercy but a without has often brought down from that Almighty arm overturn doms by one from his Providence venerable that the idea of among the is derived from their couiti tution and how dear that idea is to every is invariably evidenced by your fenfihility at every approach to a O Uy yourvir toe and continue thii invaluable to the lateft nofterity If you deprive the Americans of this glorious you deprive them of the inherent of Engliflimen If by your moderation they retain this you fiuiesr them for ever to your authority where their liberty is not JrnralJbtely You have power to do and likewife can enforce ah refoiurion by the fuord ijyoa condefcend to be gracious to fo great a none but Iie envious and ma licious can fuygeft that you do it from a fear of their iuperiority For what are Le Americans in power when cornpnifd to Great r And can a noble lion be terrified at thebiuftering ofa piwokeci moufe Or an eagle ibar out offigbt becaufe the wings of a fparrovv flutter wicli refentment can your ftiewing niejcy to poor excite the leall idea in them of their being abk to contend with you an The very thoughtofenforcing the afl fiih with the utmoft horror and anxiety But the enforcing it muit be attended with more dreadful calamities than we can Our merchants tremble apprehenfions people groaii under proaching ruin The labouring poor have notung to expect but famine and Aad ye opulent guardians of us ail 1 what can you but the deftruction of yojir eftates for want of cul ture the declining of your families through the itii of affluence thediftractisnof your councils for want of virtue the annihilation of places andthe inca pacity of enjoying the pleafing varieties common to your ftations This is the gloomy proipeil of your if war is determined agaimi your brethren Trade mult induflry will be without en thofe of your foreign enemies who wifh for this with com pact violence exert all their power to reduce us to O Right Rverend and Ho nourable confider thefe things vvith a concern equal to their importance Every vote in your au guft aliernblies on this vriil be weighed with the utrnMt exactnels by your tottering And mere particularly we would addrrfs ourfdves to O our honourable that if you have any regard for our future let nothing but that cenfctsuce winch mult appear before God without a your votes upon this alarming ocafoi For it any motive but the con fcioulhefs of doing aud fekuig the profperky of your influence you in fo critical a u e rnuft lament the inat tention of our and grow vviier by the pungent ibrrdws ariiiag from the misfortunes occauoned by your councils Royal Sir yoir virtues endear you to your peo and your prosperity is the conftant fubject of our ardent Right Honourable I we in treatyour attention to the profperity of your which only can lupport ycur dignity anil afflu ence RightReverend plead the caufe of your holy and exertail j our abilities to promote tran quilicy and peace And our honourable repre confider with the feelings of and fiiffer not the rafhnels advocates for de move you lightly to regard tlis future being of your AH our hearts and eyes are up to heaven and great abfolute for an happy event to this in terefting debate If you decree an honourable you names imiit be for ever venerable to U3 and ogi children But if forbid or teach us humbly to fubmit to thy righteous judge ments VOX 7o the author of tin Addrnfs to the Mtr chants on American WHEN I began to perufe your and had advanced no further than the inti mation of your remembrance of the Exchange of near thirty j I was big vvith expectation for fentiments of a experienced mttchanl upcn Ib intereitinga fubject and the more fo as I had carl my eyes on the very which moft defervedly appeared in capitals crentlemen would do honour toauy trading city in Europe but how great was my difappointaiant to finda merchant cfLJtidori had fo long a feries of and not be able to lay befori ths public a performance more to the credit of who fhone hconfiitinufy in the In the firft if yon mean your premier paragraph to be undefftood by any body but the gentlemen at why is it addreifed particularly to them I am fure they were nst inflrunssntal in turning out the former experienced and ablepilnt from guidittg the You ought to thoy too much lamented the lofs of Guadeloupe and Mar not to fenfibly regret the reflation of tke Great
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