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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 15, 1766, London, Middlesex and New Dmfy FEBRUARY HA f K E MA R VT T THEATRE inthe AT will be performed a New called 6 F O ti I S B The Muiic entirely compofed by Sigiuor new and deco Fit arid boxes to be put and no bt admitted without which will ddivered at the faid at half a ruiaea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No ierfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at five To at half an hour after Vivant Rex D R U R Y L A N AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prefented The CLANDESTINE The principalcharacters by Mr Mife and With a PROLOGUE and J X O V E N T G A R D E A Tthe Theatre in 1 Hlb B Q D y The Bufy Woodward Sir George MrSmith Clarke Sir Francis Mr Shutef Sir Jealous Dunftall CoftoJlo Ferguton Mattecks j Pitt Mi Mils With This dci is A CATALOGUE of feverbal and Rir cels of lately purchafed among which are included the Libraries of MANSFIELD L Senior Fellow of Johns Canv the of Men and Tiiomas U Doctor LvWiyfic lately The vvhole making a fine collection of btfoks conuftingof TEN THOU SANB VOLUMES in all arts and and in molt languages which will begin to be fold very the loweit pfice bemg printed in the H A Y M A R K E ATthe KINGS THEATRE in the en TueSday the will re an A S S E B L Tickets will be delivered to the Subfcribers on Monday at tho Office of the faid Every Ticket will admit either One Genr tleman or Two Vivant Rex Si To the AN induftrious cf good was brought tobed on Sunday under circum stances of the utmoft Htr family of four Small children besides the infant for the loft their Support in her daily are aiSb expofed to and great An additional fuffering from want of She his taken and is at prefent in a The fmalleSt donations contribute to immediate and will be properly It may be left with Davis and over againft In OftTuefdaythe iSth and to continue Catalogues to be ot the following bookfettcrs Pallmall Rob Charing crols OrnhiH 1 emple bar and at the place of faie where is given to the full value for aoy la the prefsy and will b the beginnihg of and beautiful of EA L E S lor E M A L E S E E D W A R D O O R With Cuts irom the Defigns of by by Printed for in Covent garden and Pallmall price hound 4 COMPLETE TREATISE on the virulent k bo a in men and women here iais fiiewn the different manner of treating it the ittfufficiency of molt of the methods now in uie tfte danger there is in neglecting this and the means of diltmguiJhing the Gonorrhoea from the Piuor in Tranflatejl from the French of JAQUES Surgeon in ordinary to his moft Chniuan and member of the Royal Academy of Printed for Paul in the To the GENTLEMEN of NOTICE is hereby that the adjourn ment of the general meeting of the members of this profeSTion wifi be held at the Crown and Rolls tavern in on Monday the lyth at five oclock in the in order to eftabliSh aJiociety for the benefit of their Widows afcwhjehnmethe to whom the conSide rationof fuch eftablifliment was referred at tiie ge neral meeting on the 14th of January will make their report and the firft Directors and Truilees of the Said Society will be Any gentleman defirous of becoming a may in the mean time have an abltnict of the deed of fettlement prepared by the aftdapproved by Council by applying to Jjfiah at oppofite the Six Clerks Office inChancerylane andmay alfo make the declara tion by that deed previous to the admiS fion or POCKET BOOK STA and Mar tin s 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 aSlortinent of MoaoccoandSpANisH POCKET and LETTER of all and with and without or alfo GER MAN or ENGLISH PATENT Ass SKIN for memoran in Single leaves of or in neat MO ROCCO CASES elegantly gilt are much than and Superior to it in every ns ink may be rubbed off with as much facility as TRAVELLING PORTFOLIOS and large Cafes for BANKERS or MERCHANTS trivedta hold DRAFTS jit full As hehas thefe articles made up ia his own either wholefale or purchasers may rely upon the lo weft terms and thebeft His and other are executed by the beft workmen in Writing Mer chants apd all forte of Speedily bs t THE Efq rrtnted for Robinfon and at jid diibris in Pater This day is In two price A Second E R M O N by WEB Printed for Kearfly in Ludgateltreet Walter at Charingcrofs and Young at the Royal The Author bags the favour of the Sub fcribers to Send for their and pay their iub to either the abovementioned book This day f With or without ah A corrected to with feveral Lilts never befoie of THEGOJAr aid cirV Compiled by JOHN for at the Bible and Crown ia Pauls churchyard L Clarke and G and CATALOGUii ot conlitting of the entire Libraries of Gilbert Efq late of the the of Plymouth Ambrofe and the moll valuable part ot the hbrary ef William Eiq of in Devonshire With a great number of Claffical and lately pnrchaied in N B Mbit of the books in good many of them in large and Which will begin to be tor money the prices printed in the catalogue on Ttujpl the and continue Jn tale till the ijth of May By In Catalogues to be had price at Hingefton nearTemplebai Becket and De m the Strand Pallmall and at the place of where ready money is given fur any hbrary or of ANN wife of William Ne of EaftSimth di Sng for niore than fourteen years lait ben wsatly affliftei with a great number of large nlwrfin one of my which every became wore that it almoil morti K and tny Ufe was Having fc This day is by Price One Pound One Shilling in THE HISTORY of tainirgthe antiquities and revolutions of the country of MECKLENBURGH with the fucceffion and memorable aftions of its By THOMAS Printed for the author and fold by bookSeller to his in the Strand Haw in FleetStreet and in The Author returns his grateful acknow ledgments to the Nobilityand Gentry who have done him the honour to encourage this History of herMa jeSrysillustrious Subfcribers fending then receipt may have their books delivered at the above or at the Authors Grays where fubfcriptions continue to be inn at the White did within the fpace of now free from ulcers and all Ss all I do hereby telbfy and re to well in gratitude to Hug hh and alfo for the benefit of any ofay fellow ercdniires aSliaed jn the lame as witnefs my 7th day of 170 r ANN NEW This day is price and With an addition of Kitchens new improved map of the with the miles and meafured dil GUMMINGSs PERPETUAL MEMORAM DUM BOOK interleaved with his Patent alies together with the moft ufeful and necjf frv tables of it is bound into a flrong letter with a good fpring Printed and fold by pocket fta and patentee for the inven tion of manufacturing the affes fkin 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 kind of or with or without inftr in all tha different on the beft and at the loweft he being the red Gentlemeii mayhkewife depend on meeting with the BEST inftrunients in bispocket A firft floor to with other Enquire as of its diflipation and destruction which ever preponderates in the fcale of determines eur Stability or ruiri as a Every rank of at this tohave a prodigious majority infehfible of virtuous princi and devoted to every vice confiftent with their ability or appearance in the What is vicious in principle and practice whatever corruptions can be indulged without interferring with intereft ora fair appearance in theyareunhappily indulg ed without remorfe and often indulged to the grave without repentance Hioh and rich and one with fem to have fhook from coafcience every principle of religious and moral This is certainty true as people in general but many indi I are as great and good as ia paft As to religions it is well known that the generality live as if they had BO idea cf Gods pre fence or that we muSt all at laft appear before HIS judgment As to moi how low is the ebb indeed unjuft expencesat and bawdy with all the modes of diflipation and vice from the noble the merchant and fo down to the mechanics and very what fcenes of immo rality are recorded throughout every day and night Our ruin as to religious and moral principles feems to be the grand forerunner of our deuVu6Hon a to civil Vice and diflipitation concur in ener vatinoour In ings and in perverting our And as the Slream cf corruption carries us down in common life fo in public it muft have the fame dread ful tendency and more deplorable consequences Had the Spirit and difpofition of the times been quite the reverie of what we had never metwith fo amazing a queitiorr Whether we eught to efteem the Americans as freemen or Slaves No thing but the utmoft inattention to the principles of virtue and juftice could have eccafioned the leaft hefitation in fettling important a queftion But the feverity of law will ever get the aicendency over the bias of infatuation will hew no mercy where there is a Sufficient authority to be Common fenfe and common honelly could hardly ever make this a question but vicious principles firft then condemned the truth and if pof consign ail America and defecation rather than forfeit the tide toaiiiabo lical But the queftion is and have no thing to do but to wait the event and I Sincerely iviih he may be miftaken in however I I heieve Virtue Spoke in and the iavour of Providence feemed to be operating in j his advice but integrity with con and thereby we have pleated ourfelves with maybring on fuch direful cfeinps as vice can never re 1 if the ftampadt is idimay prove a reprieve to even guilt and wretched i P p 1S two laft epithets bring to my mind that monfter of the guilty and wretched Anti I am not difpleafcd with the man or the but to his unhappy and overbearing pnn tending So evidently to the ruin of his He has beerTcouviaed without a of making lies his and Supporting declamations by false His treatment of the poor as worthy only to be butchered into is fuitable to the idea of a monfter of wickednefs and His treating them ns and all as fools who are for continuing them a free would be if he was not a monller of His talking with fo much levity and pro phanenefs of his death though in a figure and his dogmatical injustice in characterising all that fubmit not to the tyranny of his are fuch evident tokens of his that every one muft ftartle with horror at feting him cloathed in the habit of a It ought to be one comfort to thofe who are grieved by his unparralleddifregard to the principles of vir that he is read by very few and fewer pay the leaft regard to his dictates too fad is the his Icoe principles Seem to have fo great an influence that one wjuld be inclined to think that his evil genius was the life and foul of our In I ferioufly That abridged liberty is the beginning of our of an intended refolution to ought thry not to leave the Exchange entirely empty for and go up with a petition that mercy may be ftiewn O tempera O mares f diving letters art to my Pi DmiUiJ Constant Corr We are to car fir his very fenjible and n jlanding tie cauicus he las and reajcnedOH lie declaration lo L bj a prcat ve Ktijf big Lave lo it iufcf t in jbdl not jj a L it as he tavft that talking but an fcr us iv ha our To the P R I N T E following which contains in the motive and of intmdiJ for the consideration of the Quakers Yearly in J Q in June But upon in the firft that if it mould be prefented and the ociety miybt be expoled on that account to Suf fering on the other if it be founded on it could cculLlentiy witu be re j filled or To avoid putting the fcciety in this propofer having no attachment to nor any felfiih or fin liter purpoie to he choie rather to offer it immediately to the publick judgement fo that if it mould be he as an indi might incur cenfure if orherwile it fliould be favourably the of the fcciety would not be by The ferious and mature deliberation necefTiry on a of fuch induced him to re coa fider it from time to which has deferred the appearance of it But in the prefent CRISIS it feemed if ever it could be to fubmit it to the public notice which is now done with the utmoft deference and For the propriety cf fuch anaddiefs fee the letter to fome of ti e merchants of Livti Sir one of the moft amiable characters ti is country can in anfwer to their approbation of his To WILLIAM late cf the principal Secretaries cf the people called who rrake the arduous profefiion of the friwis cf tnoved by thy decjaratu n cf a renerbus concern for the HONOUR as te root and foundation of thy actions more especially b tar as we can that they have been nearly consonant with fuch prdeffion as the fols pviircipls by which and bsrrnony be tained and titlur in trie religious cr civil conduct cf individuals and And Being Sin lib le that juit though they de pend fupremely on the Spirit of truth in their uwa minds in other cm the teftimony of their own coniciences for fupport aid ia the difficult path of virtus they do coiicurrence of difmtereficd perfons folely with aifeclion to the cwntn for their Comfort and in promoting that excillest We feel ourfelves therefore indifpenubly inrefpecT for the and to the wel toprefent this and unbiaffed ac knowledgement of oar high great efteem of thy in the public one or two in stances only And we moft humbly and fervently pray the Al mighty and gracious Giver of every valuable giftr to prefervc and direct thee in the future ufe and ap plication of thofe eminent with which hs hath been pleafed to entruft for the honour of the the gad of thy the univerfal be nefit of and the glory of his fcr the figned An ADMIRER of Nrw aid PRINCIPIIS COST A laft To the P R I N T E man who is a friend to virtue and his country with many a heavy lament the melancholy prsfpecl before us of want and with every calamity incident to a fo vio lentlyagitated by juft judgments of True virtue is the cement of vice is the That indulgence may fufpend That our contempt of virtuous men is a pre lude to future may AntiSejxnus and all his vile capacity be regarded and treated as enemies to Great H E R M A Since I wrote the I have heard that the runs for enforcing the ftamp Oh what a monntainous load muft it be to the confcience if his writings have had any infliu ence in rneaiure And if he has fuch an in fluence fromServing fuch wretehes as can reward him for may he for a better re drag his genius and coafcience into the fervice of the Family Conif aft Some enemy to virtue fusgefted the danger of oratory and influence if it Jlould be turned againft his though every one knew that had anything fomuch in view as our profperity but what are we to ex peft from fuch a genius as who has long been feekiug our and perhaps would gladly fell his country to the beft bidder Is poffible that we eafy under fuch apprehensions f one cut of evei7 twenty thouland of thenhabitants of expefl any thing but the utmoft indulgence to If the reverfe fol lows from trulting to hopes without exerting our en what can we do but look on each other with horror and and lament our and infatuation If the hear To the P R I N T E attend Be not always the bubble of foreign concerr a be not any longer the ready to play with every tub thrown out to divert you from minding your own important concerns For attend with diligence and unremitting perfeverance to your own eflential For feveral you were distracted with tin diftrefles of the Hungarian Queen you made her troubles your both in appearance and reality 3 you were taught to that your very existence depended on her fafety All all was Sacrificed to this Female Divinity the nations blood and fure was lavimed in her aril nothing was thought equal to her In a few you wound unte as high a pitch rf zeal iii the caule of her mortal enemy the King of PrufTia engrcfltd your anxious care praifed and extolled him as the fupport of the the defender of the liberties of and the proteclor of Europe you trembled for him you Supported him with a princely revenue and you thought you could never do enough fcr who never did a good thing for nor ever intended I couldmention other your cfS cious care fcr thofe who never intended you haft good office in their but I ftusiy You yourfVives about various pairs of Europe you have waged war with almoftevery power in as principals or on pretence of defending your POSSESIONS IN AME RICA and after your friends of and their have given you to underhand that you have NO POSSESSIONS there they Jeeja rather to look upon Great Britain as their for they clayn all the rights and privileges of freeborn but as to you hev
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