Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser, February 25, 1766

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

February 25, 1766

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 25, 1766, London, Middlesex and New Daily T U E S FEE R U A R Y s THEATRE in tfAY Will be performed T A R S E R S ot Sigmor new new and Pit and boxes to be put and no persons to be admitted without which will be delivered This Day at the fcjd half a guirfea each Gallery five fhil g9Bjr flieir MAJESTIES No perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into The pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex HA Y M K K E AT the KINGS THEATRE on Monday the of will be an A S S E M B L Tickets will be delivered to Subfcribers on Satur at Office of the faid Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman of Two u AN in DR CRT LAN AT the Theatre Royal THIS DAY will re preferred The CLANDESTINE The principal char afters by Mifs and With a PROLOGUE and EPILOG COVEN D AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be presented The MAID of the M The Mufic compiled from Favoarite Airs or the moft Celebrated The Principal Parts to be by Mr Gib Mils and Mifs With the U P H O L S T ER E S O S U A R Annual Night in favour of T being fixed for foe pre to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry there WitUXj and in order to guard againitthe intro duction of improper tickets as ufual will iae delivered only to tlie Subfcribers to the Aflemblies or or to fuch of their friends to whom they hall give a written order for the addrefied to and directing her to deliverwhat number of tickets they may Tickets for the annual Aflembly half a guinea lift of the fubfcrioers to the Aflerablies and Concert may be feen at the at Cor M NORMAN from the late Scherzbergs at the Golden Lion anM inTaviftock carries on the mil linery and cqat bufiners 5 rich and all other quilted coats j Italian and fancied millinery in the neweft Thofe ladies who are pleafed to favour her with their may depend having every thing at the very loweft at the abovementioned car ries on the and habitmaking at the moft reafbnable rates 5 and humbly hopes for the future favours of the ladies he made for in the late Scherzbergs THIS is to acquaint the Nobility and that there are arrived in town the Venetian Mu who had the honour to perform before their their Royal HighnefTes the Dukes of York and and all the They have alfo another juft arrived fromVe that performs both the vocal and inftrumen tal either on the or on the Aman doliaoa and has brought with him feverai new fa vourite fongs and Any lady who sleafe to favour them with their by directing for them at their at Wil liam oppoflte the in Little may be waited on GEOitU AN DEKSf EVENS Propofes to AT the THEATRE b J HIS being of AaKNTiRE NEW LECTURE AND WHOLE The S U P P L E ivl E N Pit Gallery The doors to be ppened at aud begin exactly at half an hour paft fix Vivant Rex Places to be takers at T I ifhis daj is and te continue fetiaig tvery tiiry reafsnaiiler j THE Libraries of MANSFIELD Senior Fellow of Johns Cara bride the Rcaor of Mep falljBeclfordfhire j ancl Doctor is Phyfic j all lately The wliple making a fine coHe6tkh af boolcs confuting of TEN THOU SANS VoLVJifES in aH arts and in languages j Uie Icweft beingDinted in ByalSSAMUEL BAKE In Covent Catalogues to be at the place of Ibis day it frice or biUn in Life Opinions of TRISTRAM 1 Printed Charingcrofs and at the New Ian and begs leave to inform tiie and that he has lately taken the Old Ship being the Poithoufej and fituated next door to the Cultom heufe in and fitted up the fame quite in a genteel witk entire new and humbly hopes for a continuance of their which will always be gratefully By their molt obedient and humble MICHAEL Poftcoachesand chajiesalways at a minutes old Cy ing mac lime fats out from his houfe every anrl to the Swan at and the White Bear The itagecoacfh to the Swan with Two DOWNRIGHT PARISHIONER aft day u bf Price One Cnt Shilling in THE HISTORY of V AND con tainingthe antiquities and revolutions of the of MECKLENBURGH with the fucceffion and memorable actions of its By THOMAS Printed for th e author 5 and fold by lvokfeUer to and in die Srand Ofbo in GrayVmn in Fketftreet r and in the Poultry in The Author returns his grateful acknow 4ulgmeatsto the Nobility and Gentry who have done the honour to encourage this Hiftory of her Ma Subfcribers fending their ieftsilluftrious Subfcribers fending receipts their books delivered at the above or at the Authors Grays bin where fubfcriptkms continue to be day is j Handfomely printed in Price THE O C E A A in Blank Wrote by the Sea Obferve the mountain billows ofthe Blown by the winds into a raging DRYDESS 0 eternal whofe Amidft the various maza of is fixd Bybnundlefs Wildom and by boundlefs I follow with With confidence and joy for thou art And of thy rifing goodnefs is no end THOMSONS Edward and Printed for at Homers Cha ring Where may be the fame The Death of a A Large Chart of Bombay of the great bay and harbaurof oa the inland of of on the ifland Diego of tlie great Bay of Ma and harbour of Cavifa with correft plans of the city of Manilla and town of wherein the fortifications are exaclly and the batte SOCIETY of ANTIENT Februaiy and inclined Jto favour the Charity for Educating ljoor Chil dren defcended from Welch are defirtd to meet the Honourable Society of Antient celebrate Davids on Saturday the tit of at St Brides Chuich in Fleet ftreet The Prayers will begin at and are to be read the Antient the of ttie Chapd mon preached iu by the Harri MorningPreacher atLongAcre ajid Joint Lectuier of Martin in the After the Service will be the yocal parts by and the Young Gentlemen of the Choir The Organ by B ATTJ s iiiL There will be a collection at che Churchdoorfor the benefit of the Awd after Church to proceed to Merchant Tuy loi s hall to THOMAS Efq Hugh Griffith Sairfnel Hughes Thomas Jones John Evans John Williams Robert Metham John Wilibn George Pinnock Humphreys Thomas Jones John Sadler John Dinner will be OH table at three oclock The Cymrodorion Society defired to favour the Stewards with their company on the morning of the ift oi at nine oclock at the Somerfet cotteehoufe in the in order to join the No perfons will be admitted into the Hall without Feaft which may be had at the following places at Grigfbys cofteohoufe near the Royal ExcHknge Audertons cofFiehouie in Fleetftreet theSpmerfetcoffeehouiein the Strand Jamess coffeehoufe Chapmans in Sackvilleftreet Applebysin Parliaipentitreet anci at Hie the morning of the ift of Ladies and Gentlemen may be fupplied with Tickets for the by fending to the fan The Hall will be aired and kept warm before and on the Fealt WILLIAM Stephen Hough David Thomas Daniel Price Mr Jones Luke Idefon John Nunns Richard Jones Hugh Owen Charles Howell Richard Harrifon James Brooks Rowland Charles Each of the aboveaccurately furveyed by marter of his Majeftys ftiip Eliza belli in her Jate the Printed fur at in Goulfton Whitechapelbars Where may be had his for the navigation of theEaSIn dies a chart el the or Weftern and a chart of thsJtreights of Malacca Alfo Nickelforis remarks and in his late voyage to the being a proper roent to the New Dirvftory Likewife Monfieur ItKAqyilles maps of the the coall of i with a geographical This day are price SERMONS on the RELATIVE preached at Qneenftret and by the THOMAS Vicar of Ware in Printed for in Paternoitsrrow and in Tits day were Printed for in the A M AP of the BRITISH and FRENCH DO MINIONS in and Extent ofthe Set Humbly infcribed to the Kight Lords Commiflloners for Trade and by JOHN Printed on rial eight price isor half and upon Cloth KITCHINs New and Accurate MAP of the BRITISH DOMINIONS in according to Treaty Price A New and Accurate CHART ofthe COAST of from Cape Biancho the River Sietra Leon with the Navigation of the Rivers from an a6tual Survey made by the Sieur LEWIS Two To the P R IN Jf OUR Mean labours to Ihow thepropri affumed power of granting fats for writs of error in mifdemeanors D ky the1 praclice of the Cur sLJsMMwLJS fitorsoiKce in the Attorney Ge neral under he miftakes the Itate of My firft propsfition relative to that I That the fubjeft ought tu be much lefs denied in his fuit fcr any conftitutional writ necefTJiry in the adminiftration of The fecond pofition I in fift That a writ of error in all acon ititutional writ of this from whence I draw this conclufion That writs of error ought to be granted hi every civil without any except where fome ftatute has prohibited a writ of this nature to be fued I that no ftatute has prohibited the ufe of vvritsin any the heir of an attainted perfon defires to fiie out a reverful sfan whereby his predeceflbr has fufFered death fo that it is very that in every other civil or the fubjecl by an unqaeftionable right to writs of It that there are feverai autho rities in our lawbooks reftraining the indifcriminate uleof writs of error in treafon and But thefe authorities lean upon refolutions ofthe while they held their commiilions during and when that perfon was moft certain of preferment in the whofe genius led him to endeavour an exteniion of the power of How far fuch efpecially when contra dictory to the common ought to be regarded as refpeciable I leave the candid to deter in cafes of there are no fuch authorities to be pleaded for obftrucling us in the free ufe of writs of a clerk in the Curfitors Office has taken it into his that he ought not to make out writs of error in without a previous jia irom the Attorney General and thinks that that affair ought to remain under this left an unlimited ufe of thefe writs fhouid occafion an umiecefliiry delay of But why fhouid we be dourived by any Officer of the Crown of a writ to which we are by law merely be caufe there nny be loaietimes a ftad ufe made of that writ If this be agood reafon for laying that writ under the difpoihl ofthe Attorney or any other perfon the fame reafon will the regulatipn in writsof error in civil caufes j for certain I that thofe writs m thofe caufes are taken otit toi often merely for the fake of to the ruin of honefl plaintiffs whereas no body can be hurt by the delay procured by thofe writs in inif It that the guilt or innocence of the culprit is not directly in iilue in But it from being that the protection of inno cence is not very materially dependent upon thofe proceedings for if the innocent defendant prevails in the record is and the defendant is refttti in till the event of a new trial in cafe the profecutor dares to attempt a new engagement and if he fails in his the culprit remains un Itained by the former judgment againfthim fo in the defendants perfon and eftate are fe curecl by proceedings in error if bt be From whence the conclusion is that a writ cf fo ijreat confequence to introcence ought not to be fub to the power of any perfon whether Judge or Attorney I will not difpute what I am not concerned to dif Whether the unlimited ufe of writs of error in mifdemeanors or may not be at tendeAfometimes with bad But if it is is a Clerk in the CurfitorVoffice to take it upon him to remedy this defeat in the conftitution at the expence ofthe liberty of the fubjeft This is the real queitionin this cafe and if Meanwell will fpeak to that I mail be ready to an fwer R U S S E As o the ftatutes of we are not now to learn that thefe ftatutes are not remedial of re cords in Criminal The folloJLing letters are AnOccasional mifTioner of the Land Friend to King and and a Detefter of Hy Thomas To the PR I NTE performingoratorios in the time of is highly by yst I muft that I the faagrea er part of them become enemies to fjlemn rir ther becaufe their ears are more imfit for muic than their minds are for the pretended immorality that attends fuch I nm not one of thofs fu psrficid who are dcrermined at all events to cry down every entertainment 1 cannot caufe it muft be pUafingto numbers of judicious ni4 worthy othaivvife it could not fubiiit no theatric exhibition can be fupported merely by the I have long endeavoured to find out the why plays fhouid not be performed on Wed nefdays and Fridays in as well as on thofe days all through the reft of the feafon I have never yet been able to find out that Lent makes iije lead difference irr peoples way of I meaiiiij the generality of mankind alljkincls of fair trade and nercantiie roguery are practifed through the Jaj in is lare extent as at any other time nor can I find ierj is any vifible iacreafe in the nt thefe churches which tJie biftxp has been ileafed to diflinguifli by the appointment of LENT If therefore the day mefcts with no particular why is the xigbf to be taken more notice of ajre oratorios to be limited to this particular feafon Can dzr ftlemnity tcnfeafwtable I fhouid hope not butan ftill willingto have all the re f peel paid to which either the lavts or cuftoms of our country require at the fame I would havj this rfpeCt paid with nothing introduced among the oratorios which ftaould have leaft tinc ture of any thing not faff fa where would be the difference between performing the oratorio of dcis or the tragedy of Rcmca and and let me add to the the Alaxtiders Feaft How can either of thefe two be called facred one extracted from profane ather I fhall be glad to hear this matter reconciled by fome of your able who will treat it As to the management of the I it much for I that within thefe three Stanley and Smith thought it worth their while to oblige their audience with a fola or con certo between each This cuftpiTiwas wholly dropt bit complained greatly of it in letter which you did me the favour to nifert I was greatly furprized find tkat who then led the was either or notpar J to play a folo as well as who playedoaeevsry night the preceding feafon not perrnitiing him ihen to that omiffion over though it might have been fuppUeJ by a performer on fonie other Un the managers have thought proper to treat their au diencewith one folo or concerto every night but why not with two I the oratorio o lalt and was highlydelighted with 2 thtlemons folo after the firft but was as much mortified to fee Stanley fit totally inactive during the whole interval between the two lalt mi fpending that which might have been em ployed in the entertainment of his J would afk why he fhouid not be as well able to play a concerto on the night of BartbeeiMns play ing as on the contrary will of this fubjeit with a word of Advice to tha they would fill up the intervals between tlie Ifts by alternating the various iiirtruments it would be very agreeable fome times to hear ele gant performance on the the and now and then tonccrtc this would give their audience a much greater idea of the power of different and would caufe a pleafing variety dear which inore than any religious motive is the reaion that we fo willingly give bsf a to at an in the fame placewhere at a play we can fit for tares R E C T U The EXPOS IT IO to the frequmtirs of a certain Rioting boafe near Cs To the Magiltrates of this city do not think it pro psjto embark in the ufeful defign fo repeatedly recommended to their of attempting to turn the lae difafter in Cornhill to by widening the ftretfsat this and by giving great er advantages to individuals than they poflefTed be by laying the fpot out in regular If they think it a matter of little confequence whe ther many are crufhed to pieces or not in this ftrait where all foot paflengers muft take their chance in the carriage way without a poll to defend Let them at direft fuch a number of lamps to be put up along each fate of the ruins as may en aSle us foot paffeijgers to fee and avoid the dangers we are expofed to at without the aid of what is not WHEN civil powr nogleitsto punifti And baneful vice without deprcffon climb High in its impious in its It unfeai ing oppofitions L without vcid of fhame J Marks ou its draws the unwary in While nursd indulgences make folly Thence flows the fad refource of youths dhtrefs Too prone to evji betiayd rrai Their claim to innocence they barter tint Thence live devoted to hateful luft And while their reafon at their follies Tis rare and feldom that they deign 10 Loft in the ftorm of paffions boiitVous They fink humanity a Bl f Embrace the fancyd and lore the ci good While this the poor reward their wiflies frame The loole impertinence of noify Full in aud fearkfs of They lofe the animating fires that warm the foul j Content and thofe harbingers of Are ever foreign to the guilty breaft Confcious Jate and black j Shade with fiiamefu veil their minions face And complicated crimes their fullied bafe Till harratsd unbleft with dark bblivion cevers all their Oh might each fad example warn What endlefs horrors follow breacli of trujjl Fatal experience evry day woud v tcp by rdnclant firft we Till cuftom charms indifference into Could ye fons I Th amazing terrors of the befer ;

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