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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 13, 1766, London, Middlesex H A Y M A R K E A T T H B INGS THEATRE in the on Saturday Refxl will be performed a New rtious catted S O F O N I S he Mvrfic enwfcely corapofed by Signjor With new and deco Pit and boxes tobe pat and no rforis to be admitted without which will deliveredThat Day at faid at a a each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES peiibn whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at five1 To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex H A Y M A R E T D R U Y A N 4 T the Theatre in D R A THIS PAY will be presented T the Theatre Royal PAY O T H E L L Powell Holland Rode Dodd Palmer Burton BranOiy Hurit Aickin Mr Par Strange ITaH NE 1ST A M I N T O C O N T J G A R D E AT the Theatre in THIS DAY will be presented LOVE in a Beard juftice Shuter Sir Willisai Bennet Young Mattocks Dyer Dunftall Baker Deborah Walker 5 Matt6cks Mifs Servants at the With the ENGLISMAN m Ti the Right the the the theMobility and the Society fur the fyccuragemmtof Manufactures AT theKiNds THEATRE in the Tuefday the i8th will he an A S S E M B L YJ Tickets will be delivered to the Subfcrioers on Monday at the Office of the faid Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two Vivant Rex A H I G H W A Y M A ON Thurfday laft a dreffed in a light attempting to rob a Gentle man in a near was hot by him an information of which being lent tb Sir John he caufed an immediate enquiry to be made on that from whence it appeais he had been foot in his right that he got his wound dreffed that sight at Afton j that he conceal ed himfelf on the Uxbridge road till the next whea he came to London in a country and was fet down at the Whitehorfe in from which place he fent his own horfe to the Gol and remained himfelf at the Whitehorfe till Tuefday onenquiry being made for he went His name is John and is an apprentice to a ba ker near Grays inn Whoever will appre or caafe fce faid Bowes to be apprehended and brought before the above lhall receive five guineas reward on his And it is 1 apprehended he muft apply to fome furgeon for it is not doubted but any Gentleman of that in fuch a ror the fake of public give immediate notice My Loeosand place or the Society for the En couragement and being vacant by the reflation of Tuck wel I aii encouraged by my friends to oftvr my Sell a candidate for 5 and beg leave to folicit vour votes and intereilin I flatter mvfelfthat ray abilities are fuch as may recommend me to your ajad it I fo happy as to fuc feaU endeavour to by an aifiduom application to the duties of the I my Lords and Your moit obedirnt humble 4 J H N S N ATALOGUE of jeieral Par lately purchased the GENTLEMEN of the NOTICE is hereby that the adjourn ment of the general meeting of the members ot this profeiTion will be held at the Crown and Rolls tavern in on Monday the 1701 at five oclock in the in order to eftablifli a Societyfor the benefit of their Widows at which time the to whom the confide ration of fuch eftablhlinient was referred at the ge neral meeting on the of January will make their report and the fiift Directors and Truftees of the laid Society will be Any gentlemin deiirous becoming a may in the mean time have an abitradt of the deed of fetdement prepared by the and approved by Council by applying at his houfe oppofite the Clerks Oftice in Chancerylane and may alib make the declara tion bv that deed the admu fiou of every and CLEAR For the letters fignid ANTI the P R late as IMT E aft no that any doubt coukl reafonably be ihade of the Parlia ments power to aft in the fame unlimited mariner At that time the Great Commoner the fame opinion on that head with the reft of his countrymen nor did even born cafually dream ot the ille galitv of the But our wifer brethren m North America fpeedily proclaimed tons our mif though now fo was not afhamed to learn his error from the American He further taught that tbofe refactions which were unanimous be How wife thefe Americans and how much obliged are we to them for their inftrucVicn Nor are weary of the difagreeable talk of tutoring their dull mother They now mew their trada can be carried on as without nptwith ftandingour Acls of and with the fame facility as by means of a certificate that no are to be tiy the aid of the fame certi i they tell they will alfp reftore to America the adminiftration of without ufmg as by in their law all knowledge came from but now like the planets in the Ptolomean at fome times feem to delight in aretrograde from Weft to Eaft and to fay the truth of thefe novel doclrines imported from the they far excel in perfpicuity all that was ever known that the ineaneit of thS people can teach i oar Srs to I muft leave the difcumon of that knotty without any will make fuch a determination as will impress us with itill moreex4tetl ideas of Aice rican An tjp Thefdbvjixg letters ars A Fi iend of Anther of theLawy r Ex Coventry Mait and A Letter from ef in the to To the P R I N T E IT may with great reafon that the eyes of this long deluded people are at length opened and tis but juftice to own the hand from whenae this bleffing more immediately That one by whom vvs have been led cap tive for many at length has fet us He has hirafelf emancipated by difpellingthat dark nefs with which he had overfpread the kingdom 5 he as it given fight to the fpeech to the hearing to the and free Join to thofe wiiom he had held iolong in Inthe fpace of a few and even by a fptech of two has he brought about this happy revolution and fuch thanks are due to I do beg he will ac cept from me in the name of the It is now our bufinefs to make a proper xiie of the advantage we have gained and tis our duty to be evec on our guard for the that we are not again and I fhouid hope the gentleman will in Greece or From mean from Greece and Italy we are I muft not now fay that no fnbjeft can difcharge himfelf of the allegiance due to his mother country and that confequence all the whether are in the fame manner bound to the fame to that which commands at Upon this principle Greece and and from them we fooliihly imbibed the fame cer tainly have continued forever in that if our colonifts had not to in formes that i never altempt to bring us again into the like j a voya but fhould he once more hitnftlf again to be in an his for the live of at the of ajfert his innocence be equal to that sf Adamt before bis connection with the let nay The ambition of meriting the public approbation is highly like is btft known by its works every oppofite to is a thirli which is in reality no other than vaia The former is and un i j in itspurfuifs of fuch as rea are included the Libraries of MAWseiEtp TUCE Senior Fellow of Johns Cam bridge the Reftor of Mep Badfordfhire Thomas Doctor in Phyfic all lately The afine collection of bookjj conning of TEN THOU SANB VOLUMES in aft and in mOft languages which will begin to be fold very the lowcft price being printed in the In On Tuefday the rSth and to continue every Catalogues to be of the following bookielters Pallmall Roo Borulftreeti Charing crols Cornhill Temple bar j arid at the place offalfr wfcere is given to the fall value for any This day is price A Second with of A Plain and SeafonabJe ADDRESS to the FREE HOLDERS Great on the preient tenure of Affairs in Curfe on his theyve undone his Such pobular bumemiff is CATO Printed tor and Urquhart under the Royal Day were Price equal in gcodneis to any made in are Jold by order of the aud lor their ac at at tue Sun in New Bondftreet j Imen at the Lion and Cfflmcr ot the Hal Moop and at Ea ftons and mTaviltockfirect ale or POCKET BOOK STA IV and over the cnfranchifes Engiimmen fon dlkovirSj and experience has proved to be pro TAMPED to aft of and to The powerful j duaive of the reai and Ioncr a into the unhappy ot that taxss are pf common right due to the from all the fubjecls mukr the fame upon account of that protection which is indiicriminately given to Try and the m ge fcrving the whole There it we has inft a large rflortment ot j and the North though protected byBritain m all they may never 1 thdefs chuie whether they will pay taxes or CHUUJRGICAL Obfervations on the Disorders of the Written originally French by laMES Surgeon in Ordinary to the French and heretofore SurgeonMajor to the fcofnitals armiesof theEmperor Charles the Sixth Trattflated into English by THOMAS With the addition ot iome remarkable Printed for in the that he has juft a MoROCGoandSpAHisH LEATHER POCKET BOOKS and LETTER of all fizes and with and without or STEEL MANerEHGLiSHPATENT Ass SKIN for memoran in fmgle leaves of all or m neat Me BOCCO CASES elegantly gilt they are liihter than and fuperior to it in every ink may be rubbed off with as much facility as TRAVELLING PORTFOLIOS and large Cafes for BANKERS or MERCHANTS con trived to hold BILLS and As he has thefe articles made up in Ins own either wholefale or purchafers may iely upontheloweft terms and thebeft Hisxynivcs and other are executed by the bell workmen in Wnnng MeiI chants and all forts of and to whom they will give their tlut knows fa certainly once in know more what is fit for us to b inftrlifted in and for that reafon our candidates for the jj phenomenon to appear in be obliged oentlcman is reduce how tbey have been deceived in this parti I cular by the referred to how they lAve been ieduced by the of the to yield up thcr toone who has l made no other lifeof to bring them into and not Icruple to ufe any any to recover that ny j plauie of the which he obtained at Mr ft by i deludingand them and can have no j hopes of but by the fams j The fall he has met with I be 3 caition to others agahift treading in the lame Even a century is tjo much tor fo a cur he mi p ii As the the or the Doclors ought to d to be 1st his This day is price biund u tn THE Life and Opinions of TRISTRAM printed for T Channgcrols T Paternofterrow and Richardibn and Ur at the Royal liTTbt and will be the beginning of before their admiflion to or to jj his deftroilivi be and bu repair to fome one of our American and ftudy there for four years at where they would certainly learn fublirae which we have no conception of To quote one example out of many of American fuperior who here could that a that m flumps were to be wns equal to a ttampt In fuch a cafe an European would have that it was alfo neceffary to left with the ofiicer of the who fhouid have delivered a ttatnpt it ftampt paper could have been the full value of the ft for the ufe of the and that the certificate liould have born that Then indeed is CIn one volume price bound SERMONS en the following fubjecls The explication and proof of the di Thegoodnefs of God illuftrated m particularly in the frame of man in and in The principal proper ties of the divine The objeftions drawn j moral and natual and future punifh1 The evidences of a ruture j The necefilty of The proper teinper tor enquiring after eternal and jeius Chnftthe beft to By THOMAS Printed for Becket anc De near Surryftreet in the CATALOGUE ot the entire Libraries of Gilbert Efq late of the Waroffice the of Plymouth Ambrofe Staple and the moit valuable part of library ef William Efq of in Devonmire With a great jiumber of Cbflkal and other lately purchafed in Moft of tlie books are in good many of them in large and elegantly WbiobwiU begin to be for ready money the prices printed in the catalogue on Thurf February the and coiitinue oa fale till the ijtt of May JJy Coven tGar Catalogues to be had price fleaiTemplebar j Becket and Be tb Strand Pall mall and at the place o file where ready money Is given for any Rbrary or of mo tit A new and beautiful of A B L E S for the FEMALE By EDWARD With Cuts from the Defigns of by by Piiwted for in Covent garden and This day was price i Elegantly printed on a rine medium ic One The FIFTH OBSERVATIONS 011 the DISEASES of the PR I N G L Phyfician in Ordinary to her Printed for and in the Strand at Charing and next the near Martins Where may be The Octavo being the price This day frice jjid With an addition of Kitchens new improved map of the with the milss and meafured dii CUMMINGSs PERPETUAL MEMORAN DUM BOOK 5 interleaved wjth his Patent aiies with the moit ufeful and necef fary tables of it is bound into a flxang letter with a good fprinp Printed and fold by pocket and patentee for the inven tion of manufacturing the affes flcin to write on with pencil or and rub off at the Golden the corner of Blackfriars Lud Merchants or fhopkeepers may be ferved with all or with without in all different on the at the loweft he the real may hkewile depend on meetifflr with the BEST inftruments in bis pocket A ftLft floor tb with as it would have that the Captain and owners j of the fliip and cargo had obeyed the as far KS j the circumftances of the cafe would permit j but no thing fb far as it appears to our polTibly figuify any thing the fafety of the The we was in no default about the ftamps they were fent early enough to the colonifts and therefore we prefume that it is the fault ef the that no ftamps are to be We even go in our weak way of and conclude it to be that the go vernment mould fuffer for the fault of the From hence we that the money due for the itamp ought to be for the ufe of the j in fome reJponfable perfons or at leaft tendered to the proper in every cafe in mercantile af where the law directs ftamps to be How far imay be in the right can only when we hear from America upon that fubjeft for here our knowledge is too imperfect for us to be able to argue properly about what happens in fo wife a part of flie The it muit be know beft and for that reafon it is abiblutely thatour lawyers and rhould go for irftruftion where moft knowledge isto be got they that on teach are certainly vviier than W But how far a certificate of that fortwill do in law proceedings within the colonies feems more proble matical for our clodpates of the law will probably fiv tliitfmce it is the fault ofthe colonies that liainps are not to be the colonifts ought to fuf ferforihat and remain deprived of that juf tice which their irreguVar condwft has renderecUm BracVicable to bs regularly Their muft know a great deal more than fince they were at have lived for iome time among fo wife a whwe knowledge 3 fo j ried in and Jet him be like a de5d I outer I my country on this grentcft has ever obtained without one drop of or a iingle America is truly ours I a iart of his Majcjifs This conqueft we I owe totiie and fteadinefs of our il I That great able who ii has thus faved us from I pro H ceed in fccuring their by as well as fpinted H To bring the wicked to repentance is a noble H pleafirg ftill when it can be II by ibft and gentle method but ar the ianie time it were well to take that fuch methods be not mifconitrued and and that lenity be pot interoreted into Puniihment is anntxed to in order to give a due imprefiion of the and be a fecurity againit a as well as to prevent the iapfe of others and the punidiment of the is perhaps fame cafes only rcvvard which can be afforded to thofe who have maintamed their If power is not it lofes its fpring and though I do not prefume to yet I mult that the noble who have o lately faved the by vindicating the juft rights of the Britiih will likewift exert that power with which they are fo far at leaft as wifdow and prudence will Among many very ienfible writings which have been latety publifhed on the American there are two which have remarkably ftruck The firit is an appendix to the third of a work The Adminiftration of the A Letter from a Merchant in London to his Ne phew in North The of the former appears to treat v he in a mafterly arTl to be intimately acquainted with its whole con tents and points out certain u to and could not I think fail of keening the coionies in that j lift iubordination to the mot he winch if they knew their own in terelt would render them ajid happy He feems to be well acquainted with the dUpefuion and te of and fees in a very different light from what we in this cftintry fhoald have from the late ny which he reprefents a of foreign erowth and places to the account oi feme particular circttcnftance furely worth attending to that we may not flay ihe righteous with t whole psnorraanse wortky
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