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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 11, 1766, London, Middlesex AY A T T H B INGS THEATRE to the THIS DAY will beperformed a New s called 6 F O N I S B Ttfe MIIHC entirely compofed by Signior With new new and deco Pit and boxes tobe put and no cerfens to be admitted which will e delivered This Day at the laid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES peribn whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at five o begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex R U Y L A N 4T the Theatre Royal in DR URY LAN THIS DAY will be UCH ADO ABOUT GARRICK Palmer Yates Havard Bal thaJwr with a fong Vernon Don Lee Mifs Plym Mifs WUfe the F A IR Y C O V AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prefented The MI S T A K The principil parts by Mattocks Wood Mifs Mils and Mifs With To the GENTLEMEN of the NOTICE is hereby that the adjourn ment of the general meeting of the members ot this profdEon will be held at the Crown and Rolls tavern m on Monday the lyth at five oclock in the in order to eftabUSh a Society for the benefit of their Widows at which time the to whom the conside ration of fach establishment was referred at the ge neral meeting on the of January will make and the flrft Directors and Truftees of the faid Society will be Any gentleman defirous of becoming a may in the mean time have an abftraft of thedesdoffettlement prepared by the and approved by Council by applying to at Jus houfe oppofite the Six Clerks Office in Chancerylane and may alfo make the declara tion by that deed previous to the ad mif of every fitI Landlords and Occupiers of Jituatein tbe and other Privale tat thoroughfaresfar Wheelcarriages in tbe Ward farringdon are defired to meet your brethren at tnc Mitre tavern in tbe nth at feven oclock in the evening to con cm for averting the impending in I j wiHfVfhit nijV fall upon conlequence of the petition nowdepending in the Houfs of for and cleaniing the cityot by as we an immediate yearly taxof the pound on all your the pavements of your are in the leaft defective or not whereas the Weilminfter aft taxes only fuch particular Shall have been firftnew purfuant to the Commiffioners or ders 5 wVich enormous rate is and in fome cafes as much as your houfes now pay for and No advertifement of this kind from the other Wards having as yet it is thought proper to that thofe Wards are not meant to be precluded from this meetings on the the cpmpany of a competent number of proper per fons from each in order to form at once a Committee for the whole and the prefence of author or authors oi thofe Senfible letters in figned and a Freeholder and Trader in the particularly requefted at the faid meeting In ajtfw In two price A Second by Printed for Kearfly in Ludgateftreet Walter at Charingrcrofs and Young at the Royal The Author begs the favour of the Subf fcribers to end for their and pay their ub fcriptions to either of the abovementioned book Friday will be publifteity Price One Pound One The FIRST VOLUME of THE HISTORY of V AND ALIA containing the antiquities and revolutions of the coun try of MBCKLENBURGH with the fucceffion and aemorable actions of its By THOMAS The Author returns his thanks to the No tuliry and Gentry who have done him the honour to his and humbly requefti the continuance of their Books will be delivered to fubfcribers upon fend ing their receipts to in the book fefler to his Majefty j in the Strand j in Fleetftreet in Pallmall or to the Authors m Gray Vinn j where fabfcriptions continue to be and With an addition of Kitchens new improved map the with the miles and raeafwed dit PERPETUAL MEMORAN DUM BOOK interleaved with his Patent together with the moft ufeful and necef fery tables of it is bound into a ftronz letter with a good fprinp Frinled and fold by end for the tion of manufacturing the afles flcin to write on with pencil or and rub off at the Golden the corner ef Blackfriars Xud Merchant or fliopkeepers may be ferved kind of or with or without in all different oathe beft tbe loweft he being tfce ftfl GentlemeJi raayhkewife depend on tacetiiHt the inftruments in bu pocket j A nrft floor to H A M A R Jt B AT the KINOS THEATREinthe Tuefday the i8th will be an A S S E M B L Tickets will be delivered to the Subfcribers on Monday at the Office of the faid Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two Vivant Rex K EAR POCKET BOOK STA and oppofite Mar tins church in where the gate for merly begs leave to inform the gen and the public in ge that he has juft MADE a large affortment of MoROccoandSPANISH LEATHER POCKKT and all fizes and with and without in or STEEL alfo GER MAN or ENGLISH PATENT Ass SKIN for memoran in ingle leaves of all or injieat ROCCO CASES elegantly gilt they are much lighter than and fuperior to it in every as ink may be rubbed off with as much facility as TRAVELLING PORTFOLIOS and large Cafes for BANKERS or MERCHANTS trived tA hold and at fall he has thefe articles made up in his own either wholefale or purchasers may rely upon theloweft terras and thebeft His and other are executed by the beft workmen in Writing Mer chants and all forts of This day is The Fourth Volume the of OEPORTS of CASES adjudged in tbe Court IX of fince the Death of Lord Raymond with a Preface opening the Plan ot the whole and an Alphabetical By J A BCB S BURRO Mafter ofthe and one of the Ben cbers of Society of the Printed for at the Dove in near This day CATALOGUE of Several and Par cel4 Jf lately purohafedg among which are included the Libraries of MANSFIELD Di Senior Fellow of Johns Cam Rector of Mep and Thomas Doctor in Phyfic all lately The whole making a fine collection of books confiding of Tsti THOU SAND VotuMES in all arts and and in mod languages which will begin to be fold very the lowed price being printed in toe by SAMUEL in on Tuefday the and to continue every Catalogues to be of the following bookielffers Pallmall Rob Bond ftreet Charing crofs Cornhill Temple f full value for any Thus we hall at once demonstrate to all the world equity arid fagacity Good Policy perfuadtn us to lop thofe provinces n their career ta opulence and which lave manifefted jfo ftrong an inclination to exclude Our government out of America as foon as they are ible to that Arid he beft of convinces that oppreffed fub efts ought to be reheved by their Sovereign if they brfeit their right to relief from him by calling n editions practices to their if it hall appear that the provinces ire really overloaded by the prefent difpofition of he Stamp or too feverely harrafied by the mode of collection eftabliftied by that I defire not to advife a chaftifement too heavy for them to In hat cafe the duties may be lowered to one or even a quarter of what they are at prefent and the Americans may be allowed to pay infuch coin as they or in good bills of But a difference ought to be made between fedition and and that difference mould be fo great as may hereafter terrify others from attempting the like There is no other way 6t preferving the dignity and eftablifliingthe of f the taxing power ofthe forerelgnty is not quickly complied with in every no fpecies of govern ment can be nor can any fubjefts ex eft from that Sovereign whjch they re ufe to For this it is that the caufe n which Britain is engaged againit her reftivejjiifii efts in is the caufeof governmeat in ge Thefe Americans attempt to annihilate the Hlar on which all government They edge our legiflature as their fupreme yet diipfltethe legality of taxes laid on by that fupreme Of what a dangerous tendency is that fedi ous infolence If it is not now properly we muft hereafter expeft more tremenduous effecTrs of that principle from the fame And what difcouragement can be more adequate than to leave in fome loaded with a tax from hich their lefs infolent fellow fubjecls havebeenre till a more refpeftful behaviour on their part iroves them worthy of more indulgence S T E For the letter figned an EPIGRAM laft To the PRINTS E North I will quickly do for If they Proeeecl a litte they will T GLvf put it out of the power ofthe moft extenfive goodnefs to mediate for and render it impossible for the moft clement legiflature in the world to indulge them with a removal of thofe griev ances they fo j uftly complain That feditious fpi too apparent among thefe half muft either be quelled or government mud entirely ceafe in the difobedient That democratic mad now fo unive fal mud either be weeded up or we mud foon expeft to fee the fame weapon drawn upon Britain within this I need not fay how much our constitution is wounded by a late fpeech at the Weft end of the The direful effects of that baneful oration will be but too visible in America fo foon as the firft accounts of that pernicious difcourfe mall arrive be yond Atlantic That feditious temper now fo domineering in thofe parts will be thereby inflated into fpreadmg which in one moment will overrun thofe extenfive and probably with an amazing the lad remains of the British power in North What a pity it is that the old gentleman who pronounced it had not been then better employed folacing his dif tempered joints with and cooling his over heated blood by a railk and water gruel In that cafe we might have hoped to have fettled our difputes with North America without Their obftinacy might have been overcome by argu ment had they found us unanimous But how it will be they are wifer than man that can The laft accounts from which appeared in your paper of the yth feem to that a repeal of the Stamp Aft will only encreafe thofe provincialifts to further which will cer tainly be fupported by the fame the fame refolutions with refpeft to British and the fame violences upon the officers ofthe Thefe provinces feem already too too and too confident of their own But innocence ought rat ta be confounded with nor mould the weak be puniflied for the crimes of the points out to us that method to be obferved which juftice commands and policy Againft the islands we have nothing to alledge why they Should not be can we accufe Canada and the two of to Nova it is fome what Snfefted by the contagious example of its neigh without leflening our that province may be lafely confidered as Let us then inftantly relieve all America of this griev except the two Mary euc Dutch aad New The letters are Jgnotqs A Welchman Anonymous I mentioning his fur prize that tig ef particular laivs are publijhed be July attended andwetbank him for Tr cannot be infer ted from an anonymous To the P R I N T E A S to the profperity of GreatBri but fincerely hope at when ibmany very important re for their mutual are under the confideration of the that the multi plicity of bulineTs before that auguft body will not occaSion the overlooking the fettlement of the Ame rican paper curreacy upon that may act fail of eftablifhing its ib as fully to anfwer the end of a medium for circulation within themielves which may be very eafily by an enacting claufe made feveral governments in the plantations to iffue as much of this as they fliall fee expedient for the fupport of their do medic credit obliging tlieni at thefame time to ac cept this currency at the full value for which it hall be without any diminution thereof by which the objedtions that mignt be made to this on account ofthe lofles fudained by thefraudulent pa per iiTued fome years Since by a part of the NewEngland will be and the advantages accruing to the mether country will be very by thecolonifts being thereby enabled to remitall or mod of the that muft other wife be kept at as a medium for the fupport of their credit ta their the merchants in Britain which will enable them to fupport the life of trade in a much more flourishing than they will otherwife be enabled to by paying the manufacturers here for their goods in lefs tune tlnn they otherwife poSfibly That this may be one of the regulations that may do honour to the good intentions ofthe prefent v To the AS the WeftIndia affairs engrofs the whole pre lent a poorartlefs manufacturer who has however more concern in them than is agreeable to himfelf being fufficiently at leifure in this time of true though he has no high thoughts of disown ability to compofe any thing worthy to appear in to fend you his opinion on the advantages and difadvantages of the Weft India trade by fetting forth fuch fafts as he has of late years fatally experienced to be but too Perhaps they may not be well grounded in refpeft to the or government in tereft for now a days thofe two phrafes feem to be ufed as ofthe fame though I believe it is very clear to common understandings whatever it may be to lofty and extended ones that the na by whom nothing but the people can fairly and honeftly be meant or is never benefited by what our ministers of date call the intereft of the nation or government for they never mean thereby any thing but what brings money into the Treafury Exchequer whereas when I fpeak ofthe intereft of the I mean that which brings honed though flow and profit and to the induftrious the and wholefale dealer and the and true eldEnglifh merchant if one did but know where to find Such or indeed fuch a I you inform for I declare U you I knew not on which walk of the Royal Exchange to find them The greater part of our immenfely rich and wealthy do not deferve the name their exports and imports are trifling they get their aey by government and gambling at tnd acquire the opportunity of and abilities of fing thefe and lucrative employments with by getting into a certain and bartering poor as far as in them for the purchafe of a prefeience in thefe and of the better to enable them to make the moft of their bargains which they generally ac complish at the expence of the ruin of honeTt men the ruin of about a thoufand or two cf ferves to build up a gieat or gam bler after which they hug themfelves with the rich inereafe and overflowing of their brim full cof the joyful confequence of their pernicious turning a deaf ear to tke cries and groans of the poor I do not mean the abfolute labouring though they Sufficiently deferve and do in truth fare hardly enough in thefe times but traders and manufacturers of fmall who cannot with all the prudence and care they are matters live upon the profits oftheir in thefe days of unbounded taxation in Old we muft not fay there are no great traders in London there fome considerable importers and among the foremoft of which fome of our WeftIndia merchants but let us enquire how and indeed almoft all our merchants in carry it on why not in a fair and gensrous calculated to permit moderate gain to the and wholefale trader but by clubbing with inventing falfe accounts of foreign markets and and not feldom even of our own togethsr with very many other bafe means too numerous to men tion at prefent bend their whole aims at felling their imports at high and Short and buying their exports at low and long credit by which means tis eafily perceptible the poor mid dling people of rather fmall I mean from to or who in truth and ever have the beafts of burthen to the by their great and the artful and hard treatment of are rsadfe to fupply money for the great and haughty merchants of GreatBritain to carry on their trade Thefe gentlemen truly give themfeives airs of and tell the if they will make them proper they will advance them ready money for all the goods they Send and that even before they arrive here but they fay for though they appear to do tis in fact the poor manufacturer 2nd wholefale being out of his money year after advances his money for the the mercliant haB the credit and the profit of whereby bus is enabled to brave it keep his numerous his honefter ditor and if were all well truly his oftentimes equally creditor walk on and is even Submit to ths moft haughty airs and the greateit infults nay tis by means hereof they dare pretend to direct where and what taxes Shallbe laid for fupport of government who hall and who Shall be Thus my poor who am a weaver in am forced ta go to market for my filk with money in my or iny hand upon tying me up to payment in a few of from the very day of Striking my even fome times dated before I receive my filk and now ha ving after many bows and fcrapes to my mafter the and my lord the a few I go to work to manufacture it but I can throw it and dye wind it and weave with many a long by the for die weaving and alfo very frequently for divers other fmaller parts of the I ain through the real diltrefs of the labouring to pay the money a sonfiderable time before I can get the goods or in my warehoufe for fale and when at laft they arrive behold at the fame time comes my note for the filk If being a young I have little of my fortune it goes to pay it if having been a few years in my little fortune is already Swallowed up I muft run and borrow at intereft to pay happy if I have fo much credit as to procure it thereby and now if I could fell my goods for ready or Short and a finall as I ought to as you will perceive long before this tkeyhave been in and are by this time wholly paid I Should thereby procure bread for my and fome fmall reward for rny labour alas no fuch thing is to be dose I muft go upon and look after orders where meeting with another till more lordly in a different moft pro bably a as we call all WeftIndia whether born there or by that I make my application to him looking Somewhat informs me the markets abroad are over loaded if he gives any the prices muft be and I muft take my money when his returns far which in point of time he cannot an Swer in fober at twelve months nay at and even fometimes at 24 as at this prefent time I have found rnyfelf as near pay as the day the goods were firft delivered and hipped for the this very day I received for anfwer upon humbly folicitingfor ney owing months delivered in the moft haughty and infolent manner When the times and the damps were taken might perhaps think of paying me fomeshi if they were never txken I muft my moneyat Aad I have but one altej refuge from this deplorable whicf very little better for if after having fuffij on tbe by trading with the Wef I determine to quit that trade nothing left for me to but to travel
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