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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 14, 1766, London, Middlesex                                F R I D A F E B R U A R Y H A Y M A R K E AT T INGs THEATRE in the TOMORROW will be performed a New Serious called S O F O N IS B The Mufic entirely compofed by Signior With hew new and deco Pit arid boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be delivered Tomorrow the faid at half a ruinea each Gallery five Bytheir MAJESTIES No perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at five To begin at half an bom after fix Vivant Rex By COMMAND of their A T the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be performed an called D E B O R A Set to Mufic by With a Concerto on the Violin Pit and Boxes to be put Tickets will be delivered This Day the Office in ths at Half a Guinea Firtt Gallery Second Gallery Galleries to be opened at Half an Hour after Pitad Boxes at To besin at Half an Hour after Six Vivant Rex R Tkis day is A CATALOGUE of feveral and cels of lately purchafed among which included the Libraries of MANSFIELD L L Senior Fellow of Johns Cam bridge the Reftor of Mep fall Bedfordfhire 5 and Thomas Dodtor Phylic all lately The whole making afire colleaion of books confuting of TEN THOU VOLUMES in allarts and and m moil languages which will begin to be fold very the lowett price bemg printed the WtByUAMUEL In On Tuefday the iSth and to continue every Catalog to be of the following booklets Pallmall Roo Bond ftreet j Charing crols Cornhill Temple bar and at the place of fale where is given to the foil value for any Ibis Day is In cine volume price five TrXrtJRTEEN preached on the F lowing occafiens An ad The 30th of The death of Eafter The z9th of The propagation ot The meeting the Chanty On the A farewell The Lon don the religious The 5th of Lord Archbifhop of jrlntetf fvr j aifrne Bible Cifcvrn in Pauls This day is Price One Pound One Shilling in THE HISTORY of VANDALIA containing the antiquities and revolutions of the coun try of MfiCKtENBURGH 5 with the lucceflion and memorable actions of its By THOMAS Printed for the author and fold by bookfellerto his in the Strand Haw Fleetftreet and in Author returns his grateful acknow ledoroents to the Nobilityand Gentry who have done honour to encourage this Hiftory of her Ma jeftys iiiuflriqus Subfcribers fending their receipts may have their books delivered at the above or at the Authors Grays inn where fubfcriptions continue to be day is Neatly printed in Four price A NEW being the of preached at the By D Xate Lord Bifhop of and Mafter of the Printed for at Boyle and at both in Fieetftreet and at Of whom may be The 3d and Volumes at each Alfo a beautiful copperplate print of his finely engraved by from an ori ginal painting of price AT the KINGS THEATRE in the Tuefday the iSth will Le an A S S E M B L Y4 Tickets will be delivered to the Subfcribers on Monday at the OSice of the faid Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two Vivant Rex This day is price in TH E Life and Opinions of TRISTRAM Printed for Charingcrofs and This day is price PROPOSALS for Engraving and Printing by Subfcription an entire new Book for the regu latinoa table with Aiitable to the properly and a bill of things in feafon for eacK month in the year calculated by the inoA able hands for the uie and eafe of the nobility and gentry This work will not only be of the greateft life and afliftance in all but will fpane an infinite deal of fjtigue and trouble to butlers and foot as well as making it eafy and agreeable to their ladies to for or dering dinners of any or for any feafon et the year they may at once lee a variety of din hid from two courfes of five and five to twentyone and twentyone The Proprietors having met with very great encourage ment from the nobility and gentry for the publica tion of this induces lum to ofter it to the under the Created hopes of its giving entire as no pains or expence haft oe ipared to make it elegant and ufeful he therefore humbly remufts thofe who intend hirn the honour of their will fend them that the work may be delivered in due The propofals and conditions in full to be had at the undermentioned Printed for fucceflor to qppofite bcokfeller and ftationer flfo fubfcriptions taken in at Paternofterrow Mr Temple bar Brother ton and Blyth at the Royal Exchange Becket in tlie Strand Chnnngcrofs Holborn 5 at and at THE MORALITY of the Extracted from the Koran of Mahommed Digefted under Alphabetical With ai and Occafiona Printed for jg Pauls Church yard Tomorrtw nviU Ire pubtijhea In two price A Second SE R M O N by W E B Printed for Kearfiy in Ludgateftreet 5 Wajter at Charingcrofs 5 and Young at the Royal The Author begs the favour of the Sub fcribers to fend for their and pay their fub fcription0 to either of the abovementioned book Next ivtek will be pu In one price THE HISTORY of QUEEM of From the French of Printed for in Ludgnteftrect in Cornhill in Rullelilreet Co ventgarden Almonin at no flier country in protecting and defending them cr the future j and accordingly they laid fomefmall axes upon them for this purpofei The now free from the terrors of foreign and domeftic were fo ungrateful to this tender hat thty absolutely refufed to pSy the tribute de manded denying the right that had to tax and they did little lefs than openly rebel againft At this time there wns a great among the great men of that and in ticiihr there was one great who by many trange fo engrofTed the affeclion cf the common people of that that they believed every thing he faid and did mull be however This man was fo intoxicated with his po that he was ambitious of being as greJt in though at the expence of the ruin of his country and he gained fuch an afcendancy over nil degrees of that would you believe it he perfuaded them they had no right to lajf any tribute on A infovauch that they gave up the The people of Bn being oppreffed with heavy Went over immediately to in great to a place where thsy could live With what art did you turn and turn again till ycu arrived to power How lleadily have you pur fued the glorious plan of all to your ante To effecl you was nectffitated to acquire the blind adoration of the many headed For this end you juftly hnproved that innate diffatisfaclion of your countrymen to iVJini fters and by underhand perplexing their innde When you was at the head of you that tfie Englifii were only to be obliged by fpirited meafures and tlsat nothing but blood and wounds could open the Englifh purfes you very wifelydealt out expeditions fo live and and gocduieof the mar tial talents of Aniherit and reft of the fohting as I did of thofe honed brave and provided you procured victories for the people to rejoice they as little cared what delts you plunged the nation did how they were to be what joy and fecret approbation I heard of your conduct cluring the In oiie in 1 was your I fought and STlff lay price In two volumes dedicated to the molt Ho nourable John Marquis THE Theosyof PeiTpeclive on Taylors new In Two treats of the doctrine of planes as it relates to common geometry to this is prefixed a fuccincl hiitory of of the application thereof to with concerning mathematical projections in fze of the and height oPthe eye defigned for the of is illuftrated in a method entirely new by which the feveral lines and ufed in this are to and by moveable diagrams cut in in the identical pofitions this rrt defiens Invented by JOHN LODGE Profeflbr of Mathe in the Royal Military Academy at Printed for at the Pallmall Charingcrofs Fleetfbeet Davis and IIol born in Patec notcerrow in Ludgateitreet and Heath and in the Strand anl in Oi whom may by FrenchProfellor of Eton A New Dictionary In rwo aui and Fiench and Englifli Upon a plan the bed calculated to render the attainment of the French language more pleafmg and expeditious than any method yet i3 For the letters fitted DISTTL AUTiOR of the LAWYER LEONORA EXTRACT of a LETTER which will be wrote in from a on his travels through to bis Friend at IAVELLERS have not flattered this country in the accounts they have given of for it is one of the fineft in the They are fur nifhed with almoft every thing It is no won der that they are greater than any other nation at and that their trade is more ex for they have a coaft near 500 miles in in every part of which they have fine and the country is fo happily fupplied with that they can bring all kinds of commodities by from the moft inland parts to their Their navy is beyond of any and their army is very large and well They call thsmfehes a Free are very fond of talking of their detefting the very name oh while at the fame time they are laves to a defpotic under the title of Lord Protector of their They have very great do minions in other parts of the world for befides all theiflands near the the anfientand once flou rifhing kingdoms of Gt E n and Id are fubjecl to At my leifure hcturs I have had the curiofity tdfenquire into the origin of this great which You undoubtedly have both heard and tlveiflandof Great Britain informer When this many years was in its it had many colonies and fettlements In all parts of the and7 among they at different times planted fome colonies on coaft of this Thefe colonies they protected and nurfed with the tcndereft encouraging many cf the inhabitants of Bn to go and furnifliing them with every thing neceflary for their protection and well By the fuccefs that they had in their they at about a century got poflsiTion of all the territory this country but what with nur fing their infant and protecting them from favage neighbours and foreign G1 Bn had out of her own up wards of fifty millions of which me had borrowed of other ex pended fuch an immenfe quantity of blood and trea fure in gainingMhe fhe thought lie might with great demand of thefe colonies fome fmall retribution for what flis had as they were grown exceeding rich and and were fio longer in danger from favasp at or enemies from abroad that the might pay as much as it would coft the better and and not be fubjeft to pay fuch headed my own whereas I never had any great taxes by which the country was much depoji The Ans having gained this great j grew more and more as they grew j more and more and in a ftw years j threw off the and totally refufed to acknow ledge any allegiance to All the co lonies joined by mutuil 1 erected themfelves into an independent and 1 called The Free Commonwealth of You muft that formerly in Bri tain there was great when the monarchy was lit afide after murdering their a comj monwealth was eftabliihed under a Lord who was more abfolute than a But the people finding themfelves in a worfe fituation than afterwards fet the fan of their murdered King on the and the monarchy was reftored but fuch who remained friends tathe commonwealth rented to where they and their poiterity have ever fince Itili keeping up a love for that form of and this was their reafon for turning Aa into a common infteadof a for many years endeavourtd to reduce them obedience but for want of being greatly in and on account of the diviiions in the they met with no Aa grewftronger and in fomuch for about fifty years foment ing ths divifipns in and by exerting her whole her mother and fubjefted Ever fince that timfi the Lord Protector of fends over one of to govern who opprefTes them very Heavy taxos are laid on the amount of which IsCent to and they are not to build of tarry on any and j whom now much in the fame fituation as they were in the j time of Julius You may guefs bow wretch ed now that onceflourifiling country when I tell that all rogues and vagabonds of Aa are transported to The Britons fome time ago j lent over fome deputies to their hard fituation and grievous and j fubmitting to the Lord that if formerly i Bn kid no right to tax by parity of ought not to tax But they could obtain no and the only an Aver he gave they were a parcel of fools and mailmen a hundred years in giving up their iegiAative authority over their to which they muifc impute their pjrefent abject fitua tion but as Uiey were fo and had been un done by that condefc Aa would profit by their and would keep her over her people in all parts of the I cannot help lamenting the that once great but now weak and miferable who by giving up one point at a critical time to its eoLoniestgave them fo much advantage over as to enable them in time to become their and to treat theto as This is the hiftory of this great and is the fate of unhappy I am glad of an opportunity of contradicting with certainty an old mentions Ame rica to be in for it is quite in another part of the world and therefore when he mentions that miliiAry atcliicveraents but no matter for England always affords a fafficierit number of brave focis to fight the battles cf the but your conduct in was truly maf terly it was worthy even of You wifely con that if you left the helm when your iuc cellbrs would be how to conclude the war and pay your would enjoy al the po pular praife of the paft and thry have ths odium of whatever adveife hap fo low You would be regretted ami detelled and clamoured The event anfweral be yond even your you was fuc ceeded by thofe who blundered on 5 and happily for ysu made You very artfully refufed to take guidance apin every conceffion that was made to your ferved only to augment your refinance and with great afted like a coy virgin who enhanced the value of her charms J O by her frequent denials furrender Frefli Minifters binndei frefli applications to and fnfhrehifnls your popularity and freih odiuui was calt on thoie who had not to counteract your Then luckily came on the affair of the ftamp the Ifuppofe you fore fa w andmight have prevented but then it would not have been known to and what figni fies doing rood o ones the puHic do not know it Elfe how the be fore that in the iiainp vvhen the of thtEritiui pariaivient to tax America deiatcd and carried how I misht you had you reaiiy thought diiHertntl i yet byyonr has o your and their nt it fuifiiletl the old j proverb on your thar I I next it was you 1 did nor make any intorcitagainlt nor teilify lenir difapprobstion wJaich plainly hows you had no to in which ycu acKi conjiitintiy You all the jnilcliiefs whieh it wcuki produce you would not p nor interfereanv America was conquered in Gef he is rofsly cj3 The following letters are Solomon Hernias LETTER from the DEAD to the OLIVER CROMWELL to From the Banks of in the year of my abfidt DEAR THE diltance of ef now above a hath not weaned my affecYion for a the Councils of which I once by the means of popularity and I came to command Ever fince I left England in that violent ftorm that wafted me on the jd of have enquired of every one which came from my country for I with that my fon Richard loft that by his weaknefs which I had fo artfully gained 1 was acquainted with the iuoceflions of and his the revolu tion under and the acceflion of the Houfe of But to this day I have not heard cf one perfoa who feemed to poflefs my fpirit but your I honour ind only lament that England feems now to be too well to afford you cope to difplay that great genius ifi the manner I would wifh I alfo regret that you have bdguu fa late in that your age and infirmities will not pro bably permit you Live to compleat your great Ue farther than to incrfali fecret when any thing wis ofiercd to you indited on fuch and conducted demands with fuch ar that you well knew they not be grant But when you fuwths fejds of difcontent and were grown to a fit you then wifely cncreafe that fo for the completion of your grand and took the part of the American mutineers and the commercial part of this agaimt the fenre of the whoie legislature by this condu6t you now faim upon the awplauie cf the and your fame is carried oa tne wings of the to thole parts of tie world whidi are too far diftant to fee the main fprings of your But had you accepted in ths of you might have rifqued your to the of your fchemes whereas ww you have flaid for the oppor tunity of popular difcontent riling high which might have prevented to join the multi and thereby Have infurtd your public fame And nowbut Charon is going fo till the next Gpportuniry 1 am your I To the CANNOT tell whether Britain is moll obliged to American idfolcnce or miuiiteria for her prefent troublefome Had this miniitry lent a couple of frigares to vapour about and crderd like number to New York and with to when the hired tumults began to iliciV their the itamuact had been plied with in its utrnoit Iut our by their languid have betrayedhi Americans into a seditious oppoiition to thefupreme legiflature of the Bririili empire and by propofmg a treaty between the Pariiamsnt and the will itill further eiicreafe that makcon tent This s Hue a incapable of acTtioa and beingitielf a dif united aileiublixge of disagreeing it cannot impart union or itrength to our convulfed All their propofed arrangements to the edition in are like big with phrenzy and Their refolution to repeal the provided the Americarti luill explicitly the power to tux proves them equally ignoraifc of and of ths heart of There are few in matthoufes fo as tO imagins that the Ajiasrkaa   

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