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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 17, 1766, London, Middlesex and M O N A E B R U A R t Scribed the at liveryTicket will admit either t doors will be opened it twelve for wherekliafrs willeafilr be Vivatit Rex M A T A R T H E THEATRE ia the OttTburlUay next will be performed a Sen A R T S E R S Signior With new new and Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be delivered That Day at at half a guinea each Gallery ftul thenMAJESTIES perion whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at begin at half an hour after fix 6 Viyant Rex On Saturday next will be So r Y L AN AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will re prefented The CLANDESTINE The principal characters by Po Mr MivAkkin Mifs Mifs and V With a PROLOGUE and S O H O S Qt A R MfrAnnual ffigbt fri favour of COR BELTS being fixed for foe pre toacquaint the Nobility attdGentry there with and order t6 guard againft the mtro ioaproper ufual will be delivered tff the SvfblcFibftrsib the Aflemblies ftp or to fuch of their friends to whom they give a viriXett order for the addrcTfed to Comely and directingher to deliver ivktit number tickets they rqaj the NOTICE is mentof the of this profeffion tavern in Chancery inftant at oclock eftablifh a Society for u of the that the Besting of the members at the Crown and Rolls tlie i7th in order to it of their Widows c o v t H r G A AT the Theatre Kcyal in 1 tilo DAYwill be prefetited O M E O and J U L I E Rofs Fryar Perry Anderfon Bennetj Lady Bamngton 5 f An Icene will be reprefenting the funeral Pfoceffion of Juliet i whichwill be accompanied with s at which time the to whom theconfifte ration of fuch establishment was referred at thejre neral meeting on the Hth of January will riftpe their reports and the filft Directors and Truitees of the faid Society will be Any gentleman defirous of becoming a may in the mean time have an abftracVof the deed of fettlement prepared and approved by Council by applying to Jjfiah at his twufe oppofite the Six Clerks Office in Chancerylane and may alfo make the declara tion bj that previous to theadmu fion ofevery This day is biuna in THE Life and Opinions of TRISTRAM Printed for Charingcrofs and in the and ivill be publijbed the beginning of next month A new and beautiful FABLES ior the FEMALE By EDWARD With from the Defigns of by Printed for in Cotent garden and are PROPOSALS for a Subscription towards a Print for relief of the innoeent and unforTurwte Family of theC are jnpt ac quainted is jeft of this by reading thefe be fully Prifrt actually by IA a painted by trie ingenious DE The Subfcription for one copywill be a I Quarter Thofe who are pleafed to fubfcribej may depend upon their benefactions being faithfully delivered to the Family for whofe relief theyare and names publiThed or concealed as Subscriptions are and Propofals with Receipts by at Britim Mu feum j Paul facing in the Strand Jofhua in Green Let Cannonftreet and at Toms Coffee This Day is In one volume price five FOURTEEN preached on the fol lowing occafi HIS An act of The death of Eafter The agth of The propagation of the The meeting of the Charity On the A farewell TheLon don Before the religious Irifli The 5th of The Kings By THOMAS Now Lord Archbiihop of Printed for at the Bible and Crown in Pauls Ibisday it and to continut felting of MANSFIELD 1 Senior Fellow of Johns j the Rsftor of fall cBedfordfhire 5 and Thomas WPhyiic all lately The whole iftaKing a fine collection of books coiififtiag of TE s VOLUMES in all arts and moft languages loweft price being printed the By L Catalogues to be had at the place of This day V piice A Second M N WEB Printed for Kearfly m Ludgareftreet Walter at Charingcrofs 3 and Toung at the Ibis day bound A COMPLETE TREATISE on the virulent both in meii and Where in is Chewn the different manner of treating it the infufiiciency of moft Of the methods now in ufe the danger there is in jneglefting this and the means of diitinguimiag the Gonorrhoea from the Fluor Albus in Tranflated from the French Surgeon in ordinary to his moft and member of the Royai Academy of J Printed for Paul in the I NO C U L A T I O defivous of avoiding tlie danger at T tending the natural by means ot this fuctJefsful and falutary praftice may at any time be and provided with every in commodious aparments in itFiVE Guineas Siace th commencement of tins ufaful tmdertak a number of perfons have been ino have ALL recovered and it has this a The Author begs the favour of fcribers to fend for their and pay fcriptions to either of the abovemeutianed Now on S A L And continue feUing till Januaiy r moft and vniuable CATA of in all lansuagea and aftd by the 5 containing above OraHUNSR ED in elegant being li braries of the learned perfons undermentioned Dr Tames eminent for his cpllefihon of ZotanKai foohof medal 5 the Honourable Admiral Doctor of Waltharoftowj William Serjeant at Law Mn Alderman Dickenfon Auguftine EfcuEditor 5 Samuel Efq one of theBenchers of the Society of GrayVlnn and the afternoon preacher to the faid As the CATALOGUED is very large and and but few copies printed the Pro tritlor hopes the will not beoffended at their not receiving It as and to prevent felling imo the hands of fuch who never intend to be the piice of it will be five fttl for which a printed receipt will be given which allowed in any er the money returned on the of the Receipt and Cata foe tr on ten and fifteen per on twenty and will be en payment of ready The ttuumfcript term OKI of Divtntf are to be difpofed berng a for the whole wrote in Sis own very t3 Some neat bookcafes to be itNCTUREef for preventing the de of and lengthening human prepared by It is a innocent and effeftual It health and Ipi yitsto the extream of preferves the and warms the and ftrengthens the The whole frame becomes and more taking it the breath is and the are free and pliant the head is clear and and the heart liglit and Its the fpirits to regulate their raotsons J pofiug them when ramcg One dofe will bring con It prevents the diforders that attend afe denaryiabit and numbnefs of the hardnefs pf dimnefs of giddinefs of the and is good againft eftabllnwd lethargic and toprevent the re tarns The dofe is a tea twice at twelve at and at night a wiae gtafs of Cold It is n bottles at m and m Su J A m T peculiar circumftarrce in its of near thirty of the moft fur a certificate propofals for Supporting itby a to which already more than One Hundred ot the No bility and Gentry have The general terms of which Annual Sub scribers are entitled to fend a patient for Four Gui and may either pay the whole when they fub or a and the remainder when therfend Temporary Subfcribers entitled to fend a patient for Five and may pay it the fame manner and if they renew their fubknp have the fame privilege for Four Further particulars maybe kaown of in where propofals may be had gratis alfo m facing Northumberlandftreet Foxv iivFleetftreet at Toms Co ventGarden artd at Jamess where attends every Tuefday from Three to Severe Jiis day is by Price One Pound One Shillingm THE HISTORY of con antiquitiesand revolutions of the country of MECKLENBURGH with the fuccefiion and memorable aftions of its By THOMAS Printed for author and fold by bookfeller to his in the Strand Haw in Fleetftreet and in The Author returns his grateful acknow ledgments to the Nobility and Gentry who have done him the honour to encourage this Hiftory of her Ma jeftys iliuftrious Subfcribers fending their receipts have their books delivered at the above or at the Authors Qrays inn where fubfcriptions continue to be This day is price and With an atldition of Kitchens new improved map of the with the miles and meafured dif GUMMING Ss PERPETUAL MEMORAN DUM BOOK interleaved with his Patent ailes together with the moft ufeful andnecef fary of it is bound into a flrong letter with a good fprine Printed and fold by ppcket feookmaker fta and patentee for the inven tion of afles kin to write on with pencil or and rub off at the Golden i corner of Blackiriars Lud 1 Merchants or jhopkeepers may be ferved with all kind of or with without in all t ha different the loweft h he real mayTikewHe depend on neeting the inftruments in bis pocket A firft flcir to with other as above a furgeon of twenty years praclice in riie county of begs leave to inform the tliat as his method of conveying the fraalUpox by inoculation has been attended with fuch iucceis both in that county and the city of that not one of hispatients have laboured under ths leatt dangerous fymptom through the whole progrefs of the he has at the repeated deftre of his taken a large commodious houfe in an healthy at near the county of twentyfive miles lo well calculated for the that thirty patients maj be admitted every Proper fervants and careful nurfes are aind no expence i pared make every thing asagreeable to tlie patients as is confiitent with the nature of the with the proper phyficking and airing takes up no more jhan three His termto gen tlemen andladies five to be paid at the time of including the preparatory me and all fteceffaries and Any perfon defiring a rela or fervant with them wiM be accom modated on reafenable And in order to render fo beneficial a praclice more advantageous to the peopre in there are very good accom modations at four guineas each pramifes fuccefs attending tins method of iiroculation in wljerethe practice flf A has been fo that few in comparifpn re main now to be inoculated in that part of the county he will induce many of the inhabir anis of thecity of London who are every hour ex pofed to the of infeclion in the natural to fliare in the advantages that flpw from It is with an eye to their convenience he has chofrH a diftance little more than necelTary for the benefit oF frefli and wholefbme to which thecoriveyance frcm towjiis as three ftages go every day tlirough Ameiihfem j and that perfons may be as fhort a time as poffrSleabfent from their by fending a poft with the number and ages of the young and pfcees of will have the preparajpry meditines immediately font with neceflarf fo that by three weeks ab fettcfc fromtheir families or perfons may be frem thefear of a diftemper juftly dreaded mthenatural In a will be THE LATE RECui AT IONS thsBritifh Colonies on the Continent con By of Philadelphia printed and reprinted for AI oppofite Burlingtonhoufe in Of whom may be had the following American Canfiderations Propriety of impofing Taxes in theBritifti By or Maiy piice 6d Otiss Rignts of the price Durnmers Defence of the price The Gi ievances of the Colonies Writ ten by the Governor price Cofifidsrations on behalf of the Written price Likewile the following the fame written in The Ngtefllty of Repealing the Stamp Aft price TheRights of Parliament price An Account of a Late price An Application of fome General Political Rules te State of Great Ireland and price The Late Occurrences in and Policy ot Great price ibe letter laft To the WRITERS AGAINST G T L Z M E OR I you would wifh to be accounted may I aik for your to promute a inil be tween Great Britain and her diftant Colonies I take it for thVit every who engages in this difpute has ap prehend the credit and authority of the and the dignity of parliament are at flake a ieaft thefefhould be facrinced to the refractory Ame prompts them to urge the legislature to feve rity thefe are theleaft Others in the quarrel on party diftinftions Thefe think not for them felvc but are refolved to think as thofe in whole or in whofe ability to gratify they Thefe are alfo criminal becaufe their breaddepends on their fome allow ance may be made for their ignorance and A third are fuborned by our ene to create and to kindle if pof an inteftine Thefe will be the laft to avow their motives but they are proba the moft the moft and tlie moft There are engage in this dHpttte from views of which I can form no all the obliquities of human heart being known to no one human The pride of contempt of the Americans are deemed byjnawy tns of de termined refoiution to theopinion All tnele and a thoufmd have induced I to exert the utmoftof your to draw if the vengeance of thia nation upon arpart of yourfellow from the fame origui with as fond cf liberty as you can and whefe were you moft probably would be the fiiftto I juge fo becaufe you not lefs indifcretion than the poor agaiaft whom you are conftantly urging violence and They have So far I agree with you but who was the aTggrdfor They thought themfelves pood and to the and obliged by every tye to promote the common ihtereft of this nation and preferably to any other and ailed fo from the flrft peopling of their till miftaken and mifguided conduct at urged them to dire nectflity appear ing Theyclear their Sovereign of a thought to their He is the King of America their affection to him is inviolable and their homage is unconfined by any other limit than what the laws of England Happy had it been for for their and for this na had who ever made a part of hrs been actuated by the fpirit of royal benerlencc felfiftmefsj what bitter fruits do produce to mankind Never was a nation nearer the brink of ruin than this late happy by the united efforts of that fatal What good can you by cre ating divifions where union is indifpenfibly I apply to thofe who have embarked inwiden ing this unhappy through paflion and inad The King of Great Britain is King of and King of The Parliament of Great Britain is the Parliament of and thfe Parliament of they have fn and know perfectly well at what time and by what means they became and divided with their So his fovereign and llgiflative Let us for a mament lay afide our prejudices both oh one fide and tfeeother and the queftion of enquire into what is the friendfliip or enmity cf two millions of peo ple with whom we vho take from us c the manufactures they fend us raw mate rials in which we muft otherwife purchafe with ready money who call you fellow and own themfelves I is the friendlhip or enmity of fuchja people to be regarded or not If many thoufands of cur poor earn their bread by means of fuch a it even with the loweft of the tons of muck lefs with ought we for a hadow to lacrifice efTential an But this advantage wiil be moit certainly if the end you feem to aim at is For think of it as you if the meafuresyou propofe are evil confe quences will enfue and muft ac count fome wfrere for the fhars you had in promoting Can Britain fafely fpsire fifty faitors Ifctd to reduce a people aduaied with fenti ments of and poITefled of Britifh of tiroes hebnumber Why will you theuny equii war You know the fum of indirputable evih dence that has been produced before an augult tribu nal and you muft that if military meafures are thecorifequense muft be alike fatal to whether England or America Should the colonies fubmit without a ftroke will not tlie difguft they have and the opi nion they hare admitted that they are no longer a free than while the Kings their his council anfr their have power to levy money for al ways prompt them to look at an emancipation from an alien power Should they prove repel thepower fent to reduce them or ihould they by offers of of which they have of fecurity from punifa or which are in their de bauch not only private but many of their of ficers to forego their where are then Oh trumpeters of edition and beware o your repent and amend are wife a word will be That France has many emiflaries amongft us is not to be doubted they have they have abufed the liberty of our prefs to their infamous have raifed created employed parties againit by mixing with one fide or have di rected Englifh energy by French intrigue to their own My countrymen I mean not againft America caafider the game the French are now Twenty or thirty thoufand Spaniards now fur round the frontiers of Portugal they have com mitted no but are ready for If GreatBritain breaks with her doubt but Portugal will be attacked if Spain fuc a vail addition is made to the Family Com If we fend our contingent of 6000 France fends twice as and the war becomes GreatBritain then ftancls alone againft her colo agairfft agaimt and one ally to help except who cannot help the commerce that poured ifi upon ut during the late and enabled England to benr up aoainft the greateft part of we have none that is none but where the balance of trftde will bs
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