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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 12, 1766, London, Middlesex W fc D N E 8 D A F B R tr A R Y H A Y K E M T t R B INGS THEATRE in the Saturday next will be performed a New N s B Mufic entirely compofed bjr Signior With new new and deeo Pit and boxes to be put and no fcrforis td be without which will delivered That Day at the feid at half a eS each i Gadery fire By their MAJESTIES Ho perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at five To beein at half an hour dker fix 5 H A Y M A R K E AT the KINGS THEATREinthe en Tueiday the will be an Tickets will be delivered to the Subfcribers on Monday at the Office of the Saltf Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tUman or Two n Bay iuere Pnte RGICAL on the t the Written originally m MES Surgeoa m Ordinary to the and heretofore Stlrfeeon Major to the S Trated into EnglifU by THOMAS With the addition of fome remarkable Printed for in the This day was price ally printed on a fine medium in One The FIFTH on the DISEASES of the j By JOHN PR IN G L Phyfician in Ordinary to her Printed for and in the Strand at Charing crois and I Pavne next the near Martin V The Oftavo I being the price will be Cln one volume price bound TWENTYTWO SERMONS on the following fubrfts The ex plication aniproof of the di i fine The goodneSs of God illuftrated m particularly in the frame of man m provi andin The principal proper ties of the divine The objections drawn freiu moral and and tuture pumrh The evidences of a suture Theneceflity of The proper temper for enquiring after eternal andJefus Chnft the beft A M O R Printed for Becker and De near in the This Dy is FOURTEEN preached on the Sol lowing oCcafvons An act Tiia joth of The death of Eafter The z9th of 1 he propagation of the The meeting of the Chanty the A farewell TheL n don Before the religious Into The sth of The SOHOSQUARB THIS Dfey temg AtoWedriefflajY the CONi CERT to Wednesday j flis day Were Neatly printed in one price SERMONS on PRACTICAL By ROBERT one of the Mmifters5 of the High Church of Edin Printta for Kincaidand in Edinburgh and fold by in the Strand ai the at the in Pater nofttrrow j and and in the A CATALOGUE of confiding of the entire Libraries of Gilbert 5fqf iate ef the Vsromce the of Plyrnouth Ambrols Staple and the rnoit valuable part ot the iibrary of William Efq of in pevonfhire a great number of Clascal andBother lately purchafed in Molt of the books are in good many of them in large and eiegantly Which will begin to be for ready money the prices printed in the catalogue on Thurf February tte and continue on fale till the isth of May By T H AVI In Catalogues to be had price of MeflrsRi and it the Royal Exchange Childs coffee and ia Pauls Churchyard Nobles circulating Hoibern Fleetftreet near Templebar Becket and DC ia the Strand j Pallmall New Bondftreet PiccadiUy 5 Fletcher and at Oxford and at Cambridge and at the place of fale where ready money is given f g any library or parcel of for tbt tetters faned A TRUS SO RIGHT Now Lord Archbifhop of Printed for atj the Bible and Crown in Pauls church bis day is of feveral and Par eels ot lately purchafed i among which are i eluded the Libraries of MANSFIELD Senior Fellow of Johns Cam bridge the Reftor of Mep BedSordmire j and Thomas Doctor in PhSic all lately The whole making a fine colleftion of books TEN THOU SASD VOLUMES in all arts and and m tnoft languages which will begin to be fold very the loweit price bemg printed in the By SAMUEL In On Tuefday the i8th and to continue every Catalooues to be of the following faookfelJfere Pallmall Bond ftreet Charing croSs j Corn hill Temple bar j and at the place of Sale where is given to the full value for any this day is fad dtlivefed to the THF firit Four Defigns now in of the Eight brought from and curioufly engraved in Mszzotinto at by George Francis Son of the Kings and Profsflor of the Royal Academy of Architecture at The firft Plate being a View of the Infide of the new Prifon at The one the companion to of Blondels The the Veftibule of Peter at The a a companion to of Mary Major at The Foui other Defigns will be and de livered to the Subfcribers by the End of March being as follow The a View of the Staircafe of the Vatican The a View of the Rot undo or the Infide of the Chapel called St The a View of tlie Infide of a as a companion to Tliefe two laft being of Blondels com The fubfcription for the whole is two one guinea to be paid the other atthe delivery o the four The fobfcription is received by next apartment to a in Leicefterfields till the end of this after wikiefr time non pay three guineas fopthe whole are to be feen at the Extubitionroom where betaken jtt the bottom of the JJfnits ftf by the But if we would remain ft jifcwer to the c6lonies if we would evef Americans from becoming bet tw prevent therii from building and arming hips force let us pafs an aft by which they may be reftrftSed from building any fhip above fuch di menfions and tonnage as may be thought contiftent whh dependence they ought ever to have on their mothetvxsuntry j for itney are ever indulged with antinlitflited power ef building hips capable of being converted into hips of as they want neither nor they might oon be able to equip a formidable fleet and it is not td be doubted but our good friends the and frhndTT tte would them with I am heartily Mfatofrdiving the Americans to ex tremities j but if i fljBbukl be thought let us take care bow them the power of being andTemerribtr the who by only his fo was oon able to cut down the whole To the P K I N T E of truth fends i is Adieu to A and begs to that as he has given up his worthy JHUto thi and de rives his as his from one of rhc Knights in he ive him no further A DOWKRfGHT A AN INHABITANT of FARRINDON WITH To 7h7 JRING the late report of a diffo lution of the prefent incapable which tnere were better grounds than the public are yet rvcquaijTted it was ob fervahle with what their Several runners and puffers appeared together with the whole in famous train of harpies of who are ready to ehliffc under Miniftry that will Suf fer them to prey on the vitals ef their While on the every true friend to virtue andintegriy f difceraJng and faithful Sab wiio feels for the national wounded as it radft part i and for the diftrefles of accumulated they by the inca a that tbofe whoiwd botrayid friends and the oublic who had more tHan once entered into a Scandalous league to deSert the which has lifted thsm into office and the popula rity ofwhich they are now felonioufly attempting to But the public well and public gratitude does and ever will continue to follow the remembrance of it that it was fuigly znAfolelj by only ONE MAN of real worth and honour who nobly and Spiritedly tapped forth in the defenceof public when none other of the party durft and with his as well as his combated the which for a fisries of had fattened on the rights ef un der the leaders of the prefent mini I every true friend to his to public to private and the moft upon the propagation of the above that theie de farters would have met with their juft But for the Satisfaction of every honeft who wifties to the direction of the affairs of thiscountry in and I will add CLEANER than the prefent fet of ulurpers give me leave to That their deftrudtion is etrtain own utter inability makes it So perhaps it is deferred a few weeks moft probably for this wife and prudent That not a day pafles without a discovery being made of fome notorious and Some flagrant proof of their incapacity Such as not being able to diitinguiih the Singular from the plural num in a caSe that of a reference nor even to tranSad the Simple and common buiineSs of appointing a without committing the moft pJpable and chiidifh errors j the longer they are in the more wretched and coatemptible they will appear in the eyes of mankind and a very little time will be with the Specimens we have already had of their total ignorance of all kinds of public to effectually their loft re putations and for ever preventour deareft and moft valuable concerns being a Second time entrusted with a Set of who have formerly and latterly themSelves to be great in but private andj public breach of A FRIEKD to MY gf The following ktttrs ori vus The of aft the females of Great A Friend toj j lit the lift of tbe centributittu fsr tuKtf ef tfc iip4 kappy by tht late fire tyflipfgatt aud in ihQfltf and there wat em ty xafiakt tla printing of To the IT was with the utraoft SurpriSe I in one of your late that the Americans had of in cafe they could obtain a repeal of the lamp to at their owii a number of mips oi to protect their colonies from by and to hinder the Frawh on To the P R I N TT is conjectured by fome that the expor A tation cf corn will not be prohibited for fome time j but that tbe firft ilep will be to flop the dif tillery as is faid they confume two hundred thoufand quarters of malt par annum in this befides all other forts of and Iwill bring fhee to adies upon the in the fight of them that behold thee All them that know thee among the fhalJ be aibnifted at thee thou halt a and never fhait Ufou be any To the ONE weuld imagine that the prefent Miniftry are determined to ufe all endeavours to tarve the Have we not accounts from alinoft every market town in England of their poor inhabitants being aimed for of and yet we find that inftead of a total prohibition of the expor tation of that it is itiil nay encou We have a that the diftillcrias will from ufing grain but this is not the re medythis is only putting a ftop to a branch of trade which employ numbers of our and pays the created excile to the revenue of any other branch whatfoever it is certain that they confume about three hundredthoufand quarterns of grain yearly but the preventing of this will be of no benefit to the whilft the nay twice the quantity is ex Is it not an amazing circumftance that a bounty houid be allowed for the exportation of to large Turns of money xft that which pays o much fnouW be entirely though they be of equal prejudke to the poor and though we have been flattered with hopes of the exportation of corn being and that he diililleries ftould be allowed to we are now afSured to the con trary to every impartial will be al lowed to be the grearelt abfurdity that any people could have poffibly rather than encourage Such a difadvantageous and fo detrimental to the revenue and their fellow To the P R I N T E Smyrna Coffee ABRITpN begs the favour of yon to tell Anti that he in this days ilampt himfelf jvith an infamy worfe tkan that of an hardened Liar and that as he calls de the majority of 140 will givo it if he has any fenfibility but I am of as CoHey Gibber told that lafhing him Js laftinga and that he has been long confidcred dead to and every virtue j is not a difgrace to the but to A BENEVOLUS much rdpeft fur to be regardleSs of her and toe much and tendernefs for thsfex ever willingly to give He it is that every vjontan would be Sjueenfor and as lie well knows their qualifications for thinks they ought to be and without her Jlrexuous from if not from readily Submitj lie had a little ckfer to his and meaning j he would then probably have discovered and ac that though he appeared not Sorry for the action in he endeavoured to prevent the like again by fuppofmg the gentlemea would not have Suffered VSeaver to have eS caped with had he been rnd by advifing Such indifcreet people to redreSs their ance by legal countrymen ought Surely to be greatly obliged to her f r her preference Bcntvelus prefumes the truly and generous among hare not that defpieahle opinion in gsneral of the ladies or gentleren of either fjr beauty or as It to It is with heir pei Sons or manners many of them being ceitajnly moft r and agreeable we now din but with their rs So but fo pernicious here Eenevolus therefore Senr and worth will ery generous and noble diSpute and discountenance them So no doubt they witli a little leSs love tf a Ics contention for and a little more regard fr and true foclal lay a true for in the hearts ef worthy and then not complain of but maintain the aa Solute rulsfo and f rauch contended but So much wijfaken Aild So good To the SINGE the publication sf letter in the Gazetteer of Sabwrday have met with the prefent ef Brifrols Spirited remonftrance upon the fame I will not be diS agreeable to your on the page Such hath been the fate of this city Tyre ence the moft famous in the world for trade and com But trade is a fluctuating thing it paffed from Tyre to from Alexandria to Ve from Venice to from Antwerp to Amsterdam aad the Engliih rivalling the as the French are now rivalling All nations almoft are wifely applying them Selves to trade and it behoves thofe who are in poffirffion of take the greateft care that they do not loSe It is a plant of tender and requires Sun and and fine to make it thrive It will not grow like with the more weight aad rifes the Liberty is a friend to as that is to But no thing will Support and promote it more than and what virtue fruga cha the love of our and the fear of The prophets will inform us how the Tyrians loft it and the like caufes will always produce the like ef Who hath taken this coun fel the crowning mer chants are whofe traflckers are the ho nourabieof the earth The Lord of Hofts have pur nofed to ftain the pride of all and to bring into contempt all the honourable of the 4 Thus faith the Lord God O thou had I am of perfect Thy borders are ia the midft of the thy builders perfected thy great wifdom and by thy traffick haft thou mcreaied and thy heart lifted up becauSe of thy riches By the multitude of thy merchandize have they filled the midft of thee with aad thou haft finned 5 therefore will I caft thee as prophane out of the mountain of Thine heart was lifted up becaufe of thy thou has corrupted thy wiS by reaSon of thy Thou haft defiled thy fenftuaries by the multitude of thine by the iniquity of thy traffick i therefore will I bring devour To the An anSwer to thefcllowing from Ssme on of your correspondents learned in the will oblige as well as SOLOMON AS an ef parliament for altering law proceed ings from the Latin to the EngliHi language was why mould any particularly in the of material be uSed as by the lateft editions oS precedents ap pears as for in a warrant of attorney to confefs judgment fuch as nil non Sum in for as all judgments undoubt edly be founded upon the utmoSt rectitude of human reaSon and legality of can this relict of antiquity be or is a thereon erro and liable to bs reverSed To the P R I N T E PLEASE to inform your correspondent re lative to hisqueftion ni yours of the con cerning the loiing of Sent by the that the Poitrriafter Geneial is the whole care being committed to and the hw the principal officer anSwerable for himfelf and his deputies lie reward for his trouble and it is upon this principle that are liable for goods loft and where a man takes a public employment he is bourn to icrve the or aftion lies againit To the P R I N T E AN Inhabitant in the between Mar tinslane and bfgs leave to acquaint the Commifiiontrs for Paviig that through the negleftof the Scavengers for Some time Swept the ftreet the over is So very as to hinder a neighbour on ote iide of way Srom paffing over to anothers hop oppoilte to him which is of great detriment to retail This crievince was not So greac in the old as the channel beijig then carried oif ilia which now lies on each Iide in great The pavement alSo the afore fail places s in a bad He does not find fault with the new manner of but only mentions this as a negledt of the To the ANTISEJANUSs Scurrilous afftrtiorrs agamft the preScnt Miniftry indicates his want of ar gument and I if the poffefforg of Ca nada Bills are ever paid fifty psr they will great it being well known in what they were at firft purchaSed here even So ten per and now few or none of the property of the perfons to whom they we but of thofe who have purehaSed them or or profpeft of making money tbe proposition of the French Court and reflecting in what infamous manner t granted impartial perSons wiU conclude Minifters have greatly exerted themSelves ing
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