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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 19, 1766, London, Middlesex Cfitt and Dalfy W E D N E S D A P EBRD A R Y H A Y K E M T ft THEATRE in the witf be performed a Serious Sfcllsd R T A S E R S Signior With new aew and Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without will be delivered fTomorrow at the half a guinea each Gallery five fhil lingsi their MAJESTIES flo perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at o begin at half anhour after fix Vivant Rex next will be So To AN D of tneir AT the Theatre Royal in THIS will be performed And the COR ON AT ION Concerto on the Organ by Pit and Boxes to be put will be delivered This Lay at the Office the at Half a Guinea Fir It Gallery Second Gallery Catteries to be opened at Half an Hour after git aud Boxes at atHalf anHour after Six Vivant Rex 0 tle Right tee the and reft of Nobility and Subscribers ts the ieiyfor the Encouragement of ManufdSures My LOPDS and Hii place of Kegifter to the Society for the En of and Com being vacant by the of Tuck I am encouraged by my friends to offer myfelf a candidate for the employment 5 and beg leave to your votes and inteieft in I flatter abilities are fuch as fnay recommend me to your and if I happy as tp fuc Heferve by an afliduous ation to the duties of the I myLords and moil obedient humble fenant J J P H H O The election will be on Tuefday the of from thehourof el even till fbis ddj is md to fttntinue felling licry THSLibxarjes of Senior of brjOee Rector and Doctor all lately The making a coalUlingof TEK ESin ajl and in iangaqges jjjie igwelt price By IJtMllEL to be the place of ipublijbedf price of the BRITISH THE By KEN Philadelphia rand reprinted for Al oppofiteBurimgtoifrhoufe in Piccadilly and fold likevvife by in Ludgateftreet in Fleet ftraetv and in Pater This Tracl has been extremely well received in the and is there confidered as a very proper companion ro the Confiderations on the Propriety of written by of siid like wife reprinted by in Ilis dayls liJeatly printed irt Four price bxund SEVERAL preached at the TempleChurch By THOMAS lilte Lord Biftvop of and Matter of the Printed for at and both in Fleetftreet and at Of whom toay be The 3d and 4th Volumes at each Alfo a beautiful print of his finely engraved by trow an pri fginsl painting of price This day is by PriceOne One Shilling in HE HKTaKY of con taining the antiquities and revolutions S O H O S U A Annual Night in favour of Mrs CoaNELYS being fixed for March pre fumee to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry there with and in order to guard againit the intro duction of improper tickets as ufual will be delivered only to the Subfcribers to the Affemblies or to fuch of their friends to whom they mall give a written order for the addrefled to and directing her to deliver iubai number of tickets they may Tfo the GENT MEN of the L NOTICE is hereby that the next General Meeting is fixed for Wednefday the i6th day of at fix oclock in the at the Crowiiand Rolls tavern in for the jfinal eftabliihment of a for granting an nuities to the of gentlemen of this profef THE prints of Sea throughout England and being entirely finiflied BUCK teaches young Ladies and Gentlemen to draw and paint in oil and water at their own He has made feveral from which young beginners may greatly improve The price is upon each Direct to Garden Middle Temple j where attendance will be given every from eleven till To the Plymouth New Salt Water Bath and Long THIS which for the purity and Itrength of its fine and a delightful profpect from the lone is univerfally allowed to be as ttriking and beautiful a fituation as in any part of England and being now nearly compleated will be opened for the reception of the very early in May by their and humble The For the good of mankind in the as a duty incumbent upon bjg leave to inform the that this very beneficial and expenfive undertaking has been carried on by the advice and entire approbation of that eminent and learnedphyfujian j as the welfare and cf the human fpecies is pardon the li berty we Ijave taken in mentioning fo very fale a For the letter finned To the P R I N T E 4 T is with anxiety the country have in hopes to heir of the i of the ilarap we cannot but ftite of the noor who by 9T a or any other find it Englifh courage in an army of difaffeited laves j No Englifh bravery will ever greatly depend upon of Englifh A partial ad mini to To the PR N r E KING only an not the of a letter from a merchant in London to his ne phew in North I ftall leave the reply to Taid mutilating of the great charter youtpnperof this tc the part of the Kings affectionate j f le mould think it worth his notke in the menn though in ever a will I cannot help obicrving by the that lop a which may eat into the very vi tals of our ctiiftitution caufe jealoufiss and dome lie and fet thofe at whofe mu tual ftrength lies in being clofely united in one com mon A divided againil can not There wsre troops raifed in America for the fiege of Carthagena is the late Spanifh war nnd by the valour of the Americans was Cape Breton taken the firit time from the French which was thought equi and given as a ranfom for the acquifiiions l he French then made on the continent of Europe under Marftial But as this is Ibme time have forgot it I ikall therefore have ve v or more recant The Americans were in taking This was fomething more than fecuring their own And they railed and maintained many thoufaHds of men at their own expeTice towards the reductionof and are as well as involved in more than they ill be able to pay for many now their cafh is moftly drsined frorri and paper currency almoftfmik and ex had they been fince treated as free requested and allowed to tax as they and during the I make ne doubt but they would have voluntarily in fome to the fupportof government in England in time of peace j and they cannot repeal their after they receive the royal without the confeht of the faine fovereign If we had treated the Americans asbrethren and freeborn allowing thm the full enjoyment of the great charter of of being tried only by their aud taxed by their own or where they are they would have continued the uninterrupted ardour and flow of their loyalty to our gracious and their unihaken affcction for their mother Can the be fecured in but England mull reap if not fupsrror ad vantage an the Bi itiih territories in America be but England muft thereby increafe in her1 naval are hernatural diirerigth Cart our which ping oft whole by the few though it is a very icgicui Way of The denial right ef Parliament TO tax could no way be but by palling over in lilence thofe unanfwerabie proofs which fupportd and vindicated that How fix millions would as be eafily anfwered thus they might mur pei haps addno for but net rife into open like he r With and juftice w complained j of many taxes we as being partial hecaufe America been excuftd The when laid on An was net rsr as the mother country had long fubmitteJ to it When has digefied the other parts of his be At ient I fliall oblerve in general upon this that the country b en of the or riiadnefs at in cvcn per mitting emigretion1 from to form in raid defending tLeni J at an immenfe expence of blood and trea j except with a view to its own j to which end the colpnies undoubtedly were iiirendcd and ought to As it would be a folicifm in politics to ruin thofe fom vhofe proiperity alone we hope to be beiujniteii fo the mothercountry is too prudent poie any on them which could really hav th t Thethriving late of colonies for thirty yenrs and their late prove the as well of the growjat though a homely is aud at rhis A TRUE IT enrtror trtf are out of employment this cold Pu ftbpof bufuiefs continuesmuch tj f j ure the fountain of ihe and funportof all iJ of people in be continuedas they lame is Bailed tor and confaiiied U i ijvAiijericar Caa anyftepbe be 1 j inits natural confequences toiEngl bouring poqr muft infupporrabic an4 the willfoon with Whatever may be faid in or plpcied for the fitnefs of the it hs been pro duftive of various evils and But I could never yet fee or gocd or any one advantage that could be from the restraint of trade tbe uppomiHe id qideavpyr they can t oe towaixL hElpingrlicmfdv stai inits confequences frui as diininfifher and drive the ea V JBut iu vain to query with thofe are blind rnd finedintheir ientiments hurried i r j h v e a i away with feccnUary They eyes and and tars to but j do not uiiderltand Whoever are enemies to jmpivr Ta the PR I N T E Y of 4 3JJ nnner hilis of nre declared to be not endeiin Americaall futuie scls of cHtmbly m ating fuchpaper bills of and to be lesai fender in payment of are iic aH aitsto priii the p them iln and tire r iuch is thereoy iiicannt ilatute of 5 the dueits ariiingirqn the llatn act m for afhiit all to bs pafd in On this I would f Arae c 1 are to c fines the This was flopping the avenues by which they got their caflV that for molt part all centred in a tewmcnths received to pay for our Tins lias been the fecret and hidden of the land encreafmg fofurprifmgly in worth thefe twenty years And as by awy means ourtrade aad profits from America fo mull land inEnghnd fail in and fink again to its pristine I have lived many years in different provinces North and never knew a native of that land difloyal they affectionately upon their prided themfelves in mother and they call I am certain that not kingfince they wouldhave voluntarily tliis nation as far as tlfcy in any plrt globe but the late reftrictions in trade them greatly and the impetuous frrbke made strheir charter befqre has caufed much murmur ing and This is natural to a free at the appearance of an and any illboding under anappre henfion of ill they weredrove toreienrmeiit againft fome of the Kings late to whom they attributed the caufe of the reftraint on their and the nsw mode When 1tiai uneri will ever be a Couiifeflor to th King are by or neoeliury effectj fees i to tncir If weWouldexpectaay real gcod From free theymuft and i except they may be compleatly reduced to an abibj lute ftate of deipotic j O England Surely many of thy people i become inlane in their and tagger in their iiepsJike a drunken regardlefs or biisid to the welfare of the kingdom Thefe dirfi dent ot own worth and would with auiiere command fervile where it was never denied to But madnefs and will purfue deftriictivc djid even Tet nations in a The memory cf fuch agents an will itink upon the iJritifh when theirbones by time ars moulJersd into atom I kunent over my ruin feems at hand and I flirink at the thoughts of its j impending My heart is fo that I add nor expatiate further on fo difa greeablea PRO Itj Tbf following letters are Intelligence of True Mean ACHKRLEY F I may F R th on I iioubt not but e rendin in your tli t the foot N T my own hurrane re r fbrne timt thir ilObkl eijoy nefit r children a proper is a precept of ilthat ccpt be or 1 d it Country of with facceffion j hatty exceed the bounds of wiuv 4n si r arO Itli mri 1 n VT t and memorable actions of its Sovereigns By THOMAS NUGENT Printed for th e author j and fold by bookfeller to his and in the Strand j in in JHeetftreet and in The Author returns his grateful acknow to the Nubility and Gentry who have done hitp thehonour to encourage this Hiftory of herMa ill Oftrious Subfcribers fending their may have their books delivered at the above or a the Authors in Grays where fubfcriptioAS CArALOGUE of cpniiting at entire Ubraris of Gibert Efq late of the j the of Plymouth Anibrofe Staple and the moft valuable pair ot the library of WiHiam Efq of in Dtvrfiifliire a great number of Claffical and other bcolcSj lately purcbafed in it tlie ks are in good many of them in large and eiegaatly Which will begin to be for readv money the prices printed in the catalogue Tomor February the and cpntinus onfale till the of May By DA hear to be ar j Becktt Pallmsdl and at the place of any Jfjrsjy or where ready Is ffv jiarcel of they are loon hurried awayinto great and unbecoming extremes fo feveral of the coin mqn people now in feerti as devoidof reafon as many on this fide the water if had it in their would briag them to their un derftanding with the a the ftampd papersdown their with a Should arbitrary difpofitionstreat as illegitimate and defpotic Iwuy compel them to wear which they Ifcve net been accuilomed perhaps they would not much re they were made of Englifh or materials and uie fcr nerwouldbe mod it would work againft America hitherto has whiHt tire land of will be the refousoe of the ufeul poor from many as foitnapy people of fortune and repute Jiiis muft add unparalleled wealthjftrength aud that which claims alie we everBgain dependon heir willing profecutzveor defenave caufe of this if they Can people Here in England think ever raifca confide rable army of brave Tons of again in if the Americans continue under difaf and jealoufy Could compnhiaii fdrce many of the to the field of from ifesrir eitenfive woods and diitant wilds Would To th P R I N T E T hath been ailerted with much that the major part of the inhabitants of England are not reprefented in and yet that no one ever doubted the authority of parliamentto impofe taxeson the whole cournmnity that the inhabitants of America are the fame fituation with thofe in Lave no votes in the election of Mem bers of and therefore that no one can doubt they have thelame authority over the Ame But ta that couclufion there appears this material objection that though many here and ought to their mare of notwithstanding they have ng fnare in the choice rf yet they pay ouly a proportional fliare uith who thofe who are dioferi whereas nei ther the nor the here pay any pait thofe that may be impaled on the Ameri cans by the authority of the parliament of Great Britain it feems as unrealbnable to jj to brino fuppofe they have fuch authority veiled in as be to fuppofe they have the power to vax Tuch ofthe inhabitants who have no in a different proportion to thole From an inconteltibls may be that the whole people whe ther they have or have net are actually repre fented in but wherever a whe ther vetted in a or in any body of have the abfolute authority to preferve their own pro and take what they pleafe from that of others there the fubmiuloit to it muft be A FRIEND TO CIVIL of a lyingii mon linfe there can no be a more or noble of obedience to than tliia eicou matrimony amongit our loktiery j fuch a paternal o their if extended far if the were remain the cfpaSlic enre till riveatfome reward to Britain for fuch What valour ad from ths progeny of our iiant fons of if on a dikovery of a material ge a tliine molt to the icns cf heroes whilft under the public they were trained up in martial till of age lo join u Thus trained fonreri of their repctivj fathers vale fired at a recital of thtir pait bold at How undauntedly would they occ i caiionaily take the field How boldly in caufe of that which had acted a father part unto their infant and f creel confidence they might would provide for their if and ne a tender guardian to their helplds iirtie ones Tj is ii heartily as it will bear fo frat a fliare of the matrimonial charges that frightful bugbear of the the lie fpendthrift wi 1 be falutary mr 9 prevent whoredoms and entailed How beneficial this ji o foldiers in all muft fie wh c ill the of agree with wart cf This in will likevvife to fupply our treops with hardy by ufe expert in and perhaps forever difagreeable neccffity of trepanning in As therefore this encouragemeit of marrires and ponuaficn amcnglt our proinits and great there lie it into univerfal when now be but a fuiPicientfund to ilefray the I tlieexpencts of fo extenfivs a ciwritywill be very if there cannot be any national ing fo there is aay ne to e an adequate a fund I doubt equal to wire fuUi a charity kind affitancc extended even to all la borious poor The means I have to s a tax on from a certain age apd fo as to fall equitably on rJl according to their rank and A tax of this kin itfelf tend foHiething perhaps towaids I
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