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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 22, 1766, London, Middlesex Neu w it X y JT K iy COMMAND of tfwir in pwfor rated 8 ft With new KiMfcMl put s to admitted without deUyewd This Day at the at guinea Gallery five ihil v By fcf U to Jte behmd the 1 ifeewttj norintetfie Jfc and opened at yiv U ft V L A N T fy LAN THIS DA5T f R Royal in THIS S T 5 in Sir young With M I A Mat A STEVENS7 to T the on Tuefday being the of An ENTIRE NEW UFON WHOLE Called The S U P L E EN Boxes Pit Gallery The doorsto be opened aud begin exactly at half an hour paft fix Vivant Rex Places to be taken at the irrHE libraries of Fellow of St Jobo the in moft jaB or Tie whole TH ou in all arts and m gej 5 price belsg printedan of nK iey i price TKEHwTORr QHRISTIN from the French Printed ip IiUdgateTftreet 5 Pavker in ComhlU Dimes in Rulfelitreet Co Tefttgardenj Eletcher at In tikprefc eaUit litiS tv pitbltjfoi tie beginning tf next v A new and beaatiftiJ of FAfc E S tor the FE M Ai E S E X By D W M O O With Cots Irom the Defigns by Printed for in Covent j and NOR T tf I T O E Aat Eflay having for fome weeks paft employed in attending two or three perfcnages of more importance he iate to narnc onthe prefent of public his paper contrary to inch been publUbed an hour or two later than by which fneans many Gentlerhen were till part Of toe matter wras hackneyed jn all the common news For the it will be regu Edv delivered oclock evfiry Fnday evening aucf it that fuchas are inclitiedto fake it wiU be pofitive in comhiands to their re fpeaive riewscaniersj works of greater confe fuffeed through the negli gence ef thefe worthy Bookf naio an very the lowejl price printed in the THE Librariesof the Honourable Lieutenant General of Hanover Jofeph of Kichmond the Chaeles Prebendary of til lately deceafed alto a the fcsacsfiand raojl Valuable bpoks of and all the beft foreiga The whole eonfifting of many in ev ejy branch and in ril To continue on fale fpr reacfy money only till Ladyday To By in New Catalogues to be read only at the place of The utmoft value fur any Ubraryor parcel J1 efpecially if a valuable CATALOGUE of confifiipg of tfe entire Libraries of Gilbert Efqj late of tiie of Plymouth Arobroft Staple arid the moft valuable part pi the library of William fciq or in Devonihire a great number of ehfliorf and othwr parchafed in Moft of the books are in good many of them in and elegantly Which are BOW felimg for ready money the printeAin the catalogue and will continue on ikle til the 13th of May By t Cfitakwieiito be had price Becket and m the Strand land at the place of looaeljf is fiien fat ariy bbrary of parcel of 6 to togoaint the Nqbflifysand gantry thlfe wUt or fiich of ttte frietids give a turitien orderfor tjie addrefied to and directing her to Aelivtr nvi TH at the Carpet arid Bedding the corner of Albemarle in Plccadillyr begs leare to acquaint the Friends and Ctiftoinersof hetlate JOSEJPH is carried on by hopes for the continuance of their fa vottrs where depend oh having the bell and cheiceft of and at the toweft To tti Pljamat New fahWttir SaH and Long THIS vhkrh the purity and Itrength of its fine and a delightful profpeS the lose is uhiverfally allowed to be as ftrikirig and beautiful a fituationas in any part of England i nearly conlpleated will be opened for the reception the very May nextj by their refpeftful and UumWe The For the good of mankind ia the a duty beg leave to infonn the that tins very TSareficial and exypntiVe been catried on by the adyice and entireApptobatxeix of that eniuiieht and learned fkyRcinb 5 as thf welfere and prefcryation of ipecies is ft intimately the li berty we hare taken in mentioning fo TOtJJiiH haberdather and put fromthevPackhorfe and Star in nowremqyed on the Royal up thf Great Stairs from where he is fel itig the of hisgoodsiaved latefifejwnpkfaleaiid re uiiderprime coll j whre merchants hopkeepers may be fupplied with a very great va riety of haberdaiheryana iniHinery gooas which there are near yards bf Blond black miftionet laoes which wili be fold exceeding Black figured mode from t BlackJavtin trimmed with to White and coloured from Fine fluff xpiilted from to jilted Perfian to to Goloared from to White figured Jattin for Cloaks per yard itripeU anHflawered t Some price baund Life and Opinions of TRISTRAM 8JJAHIi Y Enntedfor TJuThamiGhaufiiJgrrofs and Ti for the PARISHIONER ACARD and Verfes To the PR I N T E HE virtue of moderation is become fo obfolete amongft I fhouid ftC have fome difficulty in making the T UJW generality of readers fnch as are J the warm efpoufers of either the majority of readers compofed recollefl fuch an had not the red hot partywriters of each Tde thrown it into the gruel of their as a cooling which they thought too great a flat tenerof the fpirits to take I have heard many divinestalk of feen fome philofpphers fome times ufe it 3 amiable didit appear I have thought of nothing fomuch as the tainment of this Pardon the but that and moderation feem to me virtues in extremes are Beauty exaggerated grows Perfection is therefore in the me or fphere of Thoroughly con vinced of I propofe it as an infallible noflrum tor all difeafes ofthe much more certain and efficacious than Hills medicines are for the If the Tottenhamcourt divines condemn thiuking arid confine falyation to Bedlam the I immediately prefcribe When I fee fhopkeepers fo eagerly bent on getting cheat two inches in the of rotten ftuffthey have fold extravagantly my only reproof learn When fafhion luxuriates the mens cloaths into or dwindles them to jackets lengthens their fvvords to or contracls them to make with pain and tweafer half the crown of their head or comb their hair into their and have no forehead at ladiss hats fwell to the circumference of a Grecian Gothicly a profufibn of or they fhrivel intoa crown without any ribbons at all 1 ad vile a quantum fafficit of When an obftinate old man would marry the com panion of his youth when Mifs cheats her and elopes with a red coat and feather when the father dooms her to mifery and arid her fpoufe adores her before arid beats her after it to revenge herfelf her liufbsnd a makes herfelf a can I forbear crying moderation When I and enforce heavy taxes on thofe who cannot pay them I fee others plead to exempt themfelves from what they can when I fee ftate for a prefcribe a ftrong dofe of Amerionn julap I fee mer chants feed and ftarve the or un epnfumed corn lie routing in granaries I fee patriots turn for popu and on one pen jBonsoji tfee yet not fuftcicntly ballafted againft or golden to raairitain firmly and honeftly their real ftntlmerits when I lfte heat and feurrilhy fupply the place of reafoh and j I wkh that might When wfiters with great and greateft the faulu of great men and wafte abuif dance of an d fpirits in tiring your aeaders with proving themfelves and their protectors I cannot Forbear inferVthe word mstler ation at the top6f your But the advice I give to others let me take arid take my leavej while I may yet fubfcribe myfeif The letters art A Cor Occafiohal CorrefpondentiPopli Amor Patrise and tivo ano To the PR IN T E AS a friend to my and who wifhes to deferve that I cannot help cdnfi dering the wretched fituation to which we are as the greateft calamity which has befeHeri us for a I will not attempt ttodefcribe itj every man and feels The and a moft important one which to occupy the mind of every ho neft the means ofredrefs and who can give them to us Perhaps a repeal of the American ftamp aft will be temporary remedy to a part of our mif fortunes it will be fuch an effectual wound to the authorityof this count ry in the of that a few years will convince remedy is worfe than the The Ameri are with a diligence that is all kinds of manufactories upon their own and will any man haye the hardinefs to thata repeal of the ftamp aa will put a ftop tbthe progrefs of thofe manufactories I believe nou On the is it not that fihce the Hght of taxation is refplved to be in thrs the Americans will entertain acontinualjealoufy of it and that it will be a contirfual fpur to in their of independency ten years the trade of this country in all as wretcheda fituation as it is now we whbliaye irnpoveriftied oiirfelves to fecure and earich will be deftitute of the power of a fingle hillingfrora This melancholy to bedwek upon tho it a fatal tnitli which fome of us wiH live to It woiikl undoubtedly have been if the matter Qfrlglt had neen mentioned Uut drew it arid though he knew he was fingle in tfcat yet he ftrenu it j and a and divided adjaiuiitration durftadopt rfor oppofe Had tiiis Mmiitry besn pofleffedofa grain of wif crafted wirh the fmalleft degree of theywould have parliament at the begini ningof lalt When authentic and material advices came from America and having taken the that great have repeated or enforced the with a fpirit be coming of proper to fill thofe offices they now fo egregioufly But cenfcious of their fown and afoarried to thofe whom they had fcanchioufly they faffened the moft valu able concerns of Britain and to remain in fufnenccj until univerfal ruin feemed to be the ine vitable confequerice and now laft forced to dV and compelled by the diitreffes of the merchants at and the mifguiobid fpirit of the which their has they without plan or doing that by and which they ought to have done fonr months ago with chearfulnefs and alacrity and to complete this if any thing can make it complete than it they know not nor to raife the rasney in England which the colonies have refufed to They have no fcheme of nor they know not how to form It is a terrible which every true Briton muft now that there are a fet of incapable head of in the moft difficult and arduous who know not how to execute the moft common and trifling biifinefs of their of They are not the men to fave this country j are not the men whom the nation called for they hung out the ftandard of and fcan datoufly fled from it they repeatedly offered to be tray their and at length defeated them for lucrative which they pYecipately ac without making any ftipulation whatfoever fer their In a days you lhall Hear fur therfrom AN OLD CORRESPONPENT v i TO the NO one name ef antiquity has been more ban died about by modern than thatof Sejaniti whenever or has urged any political writer to abufe a the name of poor Sejanus has been ever ready tofurniih a parallel and a late Reverend mer cenary kas derived the greatelt part of his merit from his fignature of But before we agrfee in making a companion between any bad mi and it may be worthwhile to exa whetherthe mioifter of Tiberius was really that wonfter of which he is new almoft univerlally faid to have I believe a clbfe attention to hiftory will was fo far from being a bad that he a moft experienced a confutnmate and one that fell a facrifice to the jealou fies pf a an envious and an artfully agitated people for his only fault feems to have been and npt to flatter fundry of the the authorities of and Dion are urged infavour of the general bad cha rafter of tothem may be oppofed thofe of arid Paterculus the former of whom who cpuld never be looked upon in the light of a pane gyrift when the difgrace of expfenTy fays Sed quo cecidiffub crimine Qaiftam QujbtisincUciis tefte probavit et grandis Epirtola veaut A Bene nil plus 10 V And alittle qui iiimias optakat nimiaj pofcebat numerofa parabat turris unde altior efTet et impulfje praceps immane 10 V Very fuificitnt caufes to feek a great mans over and the only reafpns wiiich can be oftea given for the which have been fjfeftugfltiy thrown agairtftftvtrah That very elegant hiftorian Velleius has given the two following excellentcharacters of that great antiquiffimi et priicam Gravi tatem fcmper Humasitate in Gei et mox in Africa fjkndiffimus functUi non fed adifpifcendi Triumphaliadefeclius Tiberius Caefar Sejnmim Principe equeftris Ordinis Patre materno verg Genere et iniignes Honoribus com plexum habentem confulares con ipfum vero Laboris et Fidei fufficiente etiam vigori Animi Coin page fingularem principalium Oneriim Adjutorem in omnia atque habet Virura Hifaritatis Aftuotibfis nihil fibi eoque airequen tem Temper infra aliorum aeitimationes fe metientem vultu vitaque ex In hujus acftimatione Judicia Civitatis cum Judiciis Frincipis VelK Thefe I imagine are lumcient how much has been injured by fome and how unhappily the Reverendgentleman hath ftumbkilua a which can be no difci edit tothofe defigned to PRO I M I L YOIIH to my yth offome fervice done to our army by the redion or the wrfjcli ITord of had fence of mjnd to to the great confiifion of the Ftejich query Whether was juft and honourable to blacken a noble arthe head of an without expofhilatingprivately the cafe previous to fuch public diigrace fwer This is a moft abfurd queftion peftidate privately Verypretty truly if you are a you are not a feldier of rank and or you jvould have known by the laws of honour between officer and betweenone gentleman and and between honeftman and honeft that no man has a rjght to rob another of his character the dearett pof feffion of a brave mindp until the fafts be clearly and the motives of thefe fa6ts enquired into and Prince had not given his orders to Lord in perfon nor had Lord oflered the leaft difobedience to thefe as the Princei but as the palpable blunders and contrai diftions of the mefiengers among themfelves there in honour and jaftjce re quired of Prince to acquaint Lord with his objections to his and detftanded an expla nation of the whole with ftis motives for fuch If Lord could not have cleared up the then a public enquiry ought to hate baen fet on The Admirals Matthews and Lef though in a ftate of prefer ved fo far charajjler of that a charge of mlfconducc was made by letter from Matthews to Leftock he explaining his conduct re were feveral times exchanged between At laft the commanding Leftock j and to this day many feirfible men think that Leftock knew better to obey than Matthews to But this by the You beg the qurfHon to Lord Georges difgrace was his own acl and I the con trary is clearly Your anfwer to my jth query is contrary to known He far from landing on fair that he was and and even punifhed with and thelofsof his place before trial j and all this aggravated with this mor tifying that he could with difficulty procure trial on this that being no longer in the fervice of the he was not under jurifdiciion and thofe who tried him could by reinftate but might thereby hazard the of their own Your anfwer to my loth quere is very Many men among us are very credulous buti thaak we are not all or Lord would have flood a worfe chance than he dij As to the reflection fuppofed to be throv I believe no Sovereign is withe more than Lord but as d the laws will not permit us to criticife U in their it is ufeful and falutar freely into the conduft of deceafed Pri With regard to the and Courts we have little reafon about it we all know they have erred canvafs of former proceedings may warn of future Courts Martial to IN mere
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