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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 20, 1766, London, Middlesex mad New Daily T H F E B R U A R Y 17 fjv IffffcATRE m the TUM DAY will be performed a Serious T A s E R s The Mafic Sigpior With new new aul Pit and boxes to be put and w to be admitted without wiweb will txjkielivered Tomorrow at the half a guinea each Gallery five hil S O H Q S U A R A By their MAJESTIES flo perfon to be uhnitted behind the nor mtoirte The pit asd will be opened at To begin at halt hour after fix Vivant D R U V L A tf T the Theatre i D H u Y L AN THIS DAY The CLANDESTINE The principal cbaracKis by fir Mr Mifs Mils Ply and With a PROLOGUE and C O V E N T G A R D E AT the Theatre Royal in Ce TMii DAY wHl be presented ROMEO and J U L I E Fryar Hull 5 Woodward Benvoho Davis Perry Anderfon llTASnet i Lady B Arington lift Pitt An Addmona reptefentmg the Fimeral an of Juliet which wfll accompanied with THE Annual ffigtt in favour of being fixed for March flie pre iumes to acquaint the Nobility Gentry there with i and in order to guard again it the intro duction of improper cemp tickets as nfiul will be delivered only to the Subfcribers to the Aflembiies or or to fuch of their friends to whom they hall give zwrittea order for the addreffed to and directing her to deliver ivbat number of tickets they may require ENGLISH CAMBRICKS and CLSAR STAMPED according to aft of and equal in gfcodnefs to any made in are fold by order of the and for their ac at at the in New linen at the Lion and the Corner of the Haf Moon and at Mary Ea ftons and in Tuvidockftrect whole fale or at very reafonable day at noon will be f Tor the BENEFIT of THEATRE Royal on Tuei iSth of mllbe prefented a called IN HIS Old Gibfan In one price or THE HISTORY of QUEEN of Prom the French of Printed for in Ludgateftreet Parker in Cornhnl 5 in Rufieldrett Co ventgarden andTletcher frt Ibis day is THE LATE REGULATIONS of the BRITISH COLONIES By Efq of Philadelphia printed and reprmtei for oppofite Burlingtonhoufe in Piccadilly s and fold in Ludgateftreet in Fleetftreet j and Pater This Tract has been extremely well received in the and is there considered as a very proper companion to the Conliderations on the Propriety of impofing written by of Maryland and iikewift reprinted by in K Pitt between the V C be hadof at his For the A TRUE Verfes ftgned A EXTRAORDI ANTISE fee lafl TIME TO to the like lurking future has been a country for j totry country for prece to prove fubmiffive A people of Englifh entitled to conftitu tional to the King and the the only people able and willing to fupport Briftfh government in that kept thirtyf bur years in fxtbjugatfon to one parliament yet a new parliamertt prefenting to the throne a bill for redrefs bill From Europe liften to America of cramming their st length repaired by a ftamp whicli moft men wrfiS had never or Britain diminifhes but her while they ftem will theafyhira of As man fells the bleffing on one part of the God tranfers it to another and wherefoever it freemen will fol Taxes are neceflary to government hut the raif ing and hufbanding public requires a deli cacy guided by the cleared the founded and cooleft by the diflur bances which all nations by in con fequence of Surer obviated by frugal management then lightened by influx of were Mexico to pour in her twould only ftinrulate Every new duty introduces new arming with further and tempting him to abufe that at the fame time that it loads the nation to pay the it at every ftroke deeper in the Perpetual waite muft occafion perpetual wafte muft prompt minifters to diltrefsful means for fupprtying the a confpicuous in evident afficiuity to exonerate the and fpare the parfe of the fubjeft as did the wife and pppulat Elizabeth with other conftitutional have reconciled the nation to any admi Scotch or A difmuTien of nfelefs of nenrefident and Apnofficiating ferving their cures by throughout the Britifc would long diftrefied by feries of adminUtrations falls into return to the public a revenue perhaps greater than i wi was expefted from the cyder duty and the American the scth WHOLE The PL E M E N Boxes Fits Gallery The doort at begin esaftly at fellf anhour Places to bt taken atthe TheatreT T the Little Theatre in near the THIS and EVERY till further y R g OB E A jj S d by a YOUNG who never appeared in the o After Tevsral of our and the 0 wy Libraries of MANSFIELD of Johns College Cam Rev Rector of Mep artd Thomas Doctor rovac The whole making languages i the lowed price being printed in In Catalosruss to ba morning at tix iviil ht By Kearflyin Ludgate ttrwt Piccadilly 5 Wooaiail arCbanngcrois and in A NEW EDITION torreaed of THE Impartial of tnghlh I from permitting the Exportation ot in the year to the preiwn 1 A Reply M the icyeral Lertws vhiehteveap Ftredin the public particularly the Ga zettetr and relative to this will be in a few Price One One Shilling in THE VAMP con talmngthe antiquities ajud revolutions ot the of ftiBCKLEMUURGa with the and memorableaftions of its THO M A 3 M U G E N Prjnttd for author and fold by bookfeller to his and in the Stratfi in inn i b 5 and DoMey m N B The Author returns his grateful actcnow 1ugAems to the Nobility and Gentry who have done liinliehonnir to this Hiftory of herMa family bubfcribers fending their ivclinrs may have their books delivered at the above or athe Authors Gravs ian where continue to be the loweft defpair foft and is by wife councils fuddenly railed to the pinacle of coun cils the under out feet is treatedas faperior his own terms in manner by minilters who had neither nor credit to oirry on the A fuch it not hot tages for pregnantr with the feeds of yet the nation daily rendered lefs anle to fupport a taken of the tran to our ftepstakep to leflen appearance of if there cAn be further credit If not Armies of placemen and fucking the vitals of the of thern difbanded to lighten bent on loans and and looking no further as if their and duty terminated in levying and borrowing conduct then they confident of fatisfaflion made to the public for fo many bad ones refignations paft for mollifying expedients for found after the bowels of the nation yearning change of meafures a growth of popery ally on the conti tother day upheld by us on his now breaking with to join our powers of diffident of becaufe faw the only which had given proofs of integrity and outed The only adminiftration torty yearshad produced to iilence and unite the A new excife To framed as to the fnenas of doftrines advanced power ftretched oppreffive acts rigorous pro fecutions carried for treafon dangerous ftrokes at the liberty of the prefs lawlefs breakings lawlefs feizures by atbitrary minidcrs of date punifhed to fatisfy the that the public foould hereafter be fuch men fure cannot may ftiake If thus in the examine the branches of the Britifh that countryof the Whigs with the Proteftant more and more diffa more and more diforderly for a couife of yearsa growth of popery fuflferedj and popifli in fiirreftions repeated aligoft inleimiflloh in continued for fix or eight merous mfarreftion of indubitably well however in turn comes a military mutinous army at noon day after break open the Kings and let all forts of criminals loo ft on the no prifonbreaker none tried civil no parliamtntary enquiry into any ot thefe dangerous The fubjeft loaded with additional duties every of in time of confe quences to be cOnfidered next not difcharging but whild taxes i to lateyearsjrtupendoufly augteented employments old granted for contrary to overflowing abufed in quantity and to the trial of pa tience and reward of proftitution made where penfions did not where fobs did hot the conlesjjjt of privi leocv without an aft eren of their pliable nation par sildcl out to hired the ftamp duty rrat this dill more happy twould have obviated and diffatisfaclion tweuld have carried the hearts of the which are the drength of the hand in hand with the This united voice had druck terror into perfidious neighbours had nSade them fhudder the thought of infringing crouded fail the Canada the Ma nilla and the debts due from and every had fwam to had government at tremendous Political diforders arife from a bad or tthrwbofe of good If the Britiib a bad there never was a good one if devia tions have produced calls on the nation to remedy Our admirable frame of government appoints an nual parliaments gives the King and Peers their powefs for and the people yearly rot anon that they from lime to depute whom they can bed truft to aft for fuitable to the various accruing national On this wife plan the people enjoyed a real hare in the Itgiflature freemen chofe a reprefentative for their borough as eafily as they chofe a chief magi f and removed him next year if they found him Edates were not confumed m elec nor boroughs put to file in abhorrence cf law nor corrupt practices ufed to procure voices nor multiplicity of employments adapted npr pub lic money to deal members from their The meafures taken were fuch as the public had to approve the nation were fa tisfied and their concurring affent gave weight to and kept fome tottering crowned heads n liability on the in defpite of the moil powerful nations of backd with their al mighty This original compact of government continued inviolate for public faith being dill main tained with the people until fome lawlefs at periods favourable to invading the kept parliaments on foot by a new tiick of The people conferred theirtruft for truft beine the crown convoked them anoher in deputed by the crown to the To redrain this abufe of pretended an act in King Williams reign limited parliaments to At the acceffion of the Houfe of Han triennial was ftretched to nial authority opened new and before feptennial was thirty years minifters pleaded the necefiity of bribing members to do their and took care to determine what was their Pay competitors courted by cpmmon confent abolimed and be camefignificant in proportion numbers they could lead to this dukeand that net content with the legiflative hare allotted them in their own made war on the and ftormed or bought the boroughs erected to defend who did not fell tbemfelves in perpetu learned to profane the and fell the turns fo theliigheft bidder became the beft and the worft men the higheft The facred bond of fidelity was loofed the purchafer thought himfelf under no tie of truft he became a ready to fight for pay any banner and there was a popular not directly up flatted fome wallowing in and fcattering it fo proPifely that a gentleman of thoufands landed halt devoured with could not afford ro wet him at a rnuft Become pf the inded intereft in parlhment The gentlemen de could not get In to fiipport and traders difpofed of the bo roughs invited put them to no of election 5 on the allowed wages for their fnamteoance in ravifti Even counties for the moft part became Jibl to the men fittelt to reprdent them where tkoufaxdi and tens of tboufands were to be the freeholders became confined to the few who could to flecl the man bed dipofed to ftiield the fubjecl from where a great foul with a large purfe could be there was alfo found a group of Kiinifterial dependants to em barrafs ftill mod fottifli cf he was even to court the very men he was to proietl from his wound hi and tempt his morals to effect his he fuc ceeded in the he vras probably to ftand a fecond at greater Tis not eafy to that any charged on annual would furpafs the lofs of elec tion to bar as much pbflible iure exercife of this antient right in the court miffionaries preached to thit tbe enjoyment wonld undo under an enjoyment cf feven hundrtd conftitution gained vigour on every flroke to opprefs A quick rotation cf in the popular mare of free has always beea deemed ef fcntial to preferve the virtue of the the quiet of the and the rights of the The that to maintain free theymuftnowandthen be reduced to their firil better done gently than when deferred to the days of Prudence nips disturbance in the Palliatives for a fliort fpin out linger ing life they never cure Free parliaments are the foul of the body politic fome means they mud be or the na tion the cr our maiden miniftry time muft un generous to tis Whether reforming or abolilhing the corrupt bo roughs enlarging the number of repreenta by dividing the counties and great iato each to return two members admitting freehold voter under ttn pounds a year granting to considerable towns the election of fuit able to the extent and trade of the inhabitants mak ing bribery treaibn puniihing Peers OfScers of the Crown who violate the conititution by interfer ing in elections introducing ballet limiting the creation of a creation cf late years threatening the ballance of the Commons i fcrfeuing to the difcoverer all fraudulent or veft ing them forever in the then grantees and their male and as were the antient eftates in anddifcjualifying for all places of and parties concerned in fallacious qualifications or Conveyances regideringthe men cf quali fication properly in every and Vding them to parliament in or by c party giving in a falfe valuation of his to for feit it for and be forever disqualified to fit in parliament the moft folenn oaths to be taiiea by candidate and voter at the time of Thatno gratuity or other confutation has been given or or is m tended to be given or accepted in or other h on account of that Eveiy j at taking his to repeat the oath publicly in the Houfe of An adequate nunilhment for i j committing this new fpeaie of dangerous Let the judicious and foundhearted part of the nation confider whetrur all or any of thefe methods j are likelv to recover a finking The poifon i is now working in the we feel it in the boundlefs arc of new family of them j numerous enough to confume all but the tax ga therers and the ftring of officers and placemen pam pered at the ruinous cod of the We expert diiapprobation of every falutary meafure or pcmble to pr One Geni tleman will oppofe this another Some will diffent through difference of opinion incident to the human mind feme through foma through artful fome through defpon defigning will fharpen their wits and form combinations to baffle every reformation but the greater the theftronger it proves tht neceffity of We trult that fome of thofe means to accomphfli national will obtain general that more judicious and erFeclual will be devrfed to ftrengthen libeity To tell us of is to tell us of greatMiaifter refcue the nation out of the jaws of her enemy and has immortalized Ins fame by one grand conftifutional national arming a people to defend their 1 li and God may Mini ft er to fct about repairing the has been that war was not the there is no work fo worthy a fo im port to anew war may chance to break nation muit be infatuated if they countenance any Miniftry who do not redrefs the grievance before they feize the purfe of the ftlb 11DVI VIAL I j 1 t Vifc r debarred to chufe fJequetit flgned by the conftitutioH for deprived of the proper channel to convey their To conquer is but fpeedier if we do not reform abufes of the A C H E R L Tbt falkwing letters are Solomon A To the Writers for the AMERICAN IT is hard to guefs for what caiife you principles fo opposite to our conftitutie your intentions be the of
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