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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 27, 1766, London, Middlesex                                er f FE B R U R A LM Gs on Saturday next will be performed A R T A R S E R S TheMufic 3i Sigaior With Pit and boxes to be put and to be admitted without which will be Delivered That Pay the fcia at half a j Gallery five ftol 6 By fheir M perfon whatfoever be admitted behind the fcenesi nor into the The pit and will be opened at Tobegin at half an hour after fix A R K E THEATRE in the on Monday riextv the of will be an A S S E M Tickets will be delivered to Subfcribers on Satur day af the Office of the faid Every Ticket will admit either One Gen f the Theatre Royal in P R u K r L A N PAY will be prefented The CLANDESTINE Thjs principal characters by Mr Mifs Mrsi and With a a PL o G u and Aoyai in THIS wiUTae prefented A STRjPiCE for a MrWoodward Sir Philip Mode Pyer j Gibfon Per Shuter j Pimftall Clarke j Buck Simon Coftollo 5 Mafter Morgan Pitt 5 Anne Mifs With M I P A the BENEFIT of Royal in on J the i Kth of will be prefented a called EVERYMAN IN HIS Smith Old Gibfon Youite Pyer j Mat tocks Woedward Mafter SHUTER Jttftice Lewis Mafter Cufhing Brain Perry Coftollo Walker Buck Cobs Pitt With VARIETY of f To begin exadlly at ft oclock Vivant Rex Tickets to be had of at his houfe in Martletcourt and of at the ftagedoor of the where places be T the Little near the THJSAnd till further The LECTURkE on HEAPS will be delivered by a YOUNG who never appeared in To which will be added the RIBS of The doors to be opened at and to begin ex actly at fix Gallery To the FUEL After feveral of our Lords the have with various made wry faces for the amufement of the pennit a Woman to at tempt the arduous tafk of laughing the Men out of their follies that while he at tempts the ridicuie of vices peculiar to the other flie will by no means fpare the flighted foible of btr SOCIETY ofANTIENT February THE and inclined to favour the Charity for Educating Poor Chil diendefceflded from Welch are defired to meet the Honourable Society of Antient to celebrate on Saturday being tne at St Brides Chuich in Fleet ftfeet The Prayers wll at eleven oclock and are to be read in the Antient Biitifh to AT the T H E A T R E In being of An LECTURE UPON AND The U P VP L E E N Boxes Pit Gallery The doors to be opened at aua begin exactly at an hour paftux Vivant Rex Places to be taken at the Annual Night in favour of CORNELYS being fixed for March flie pre furaes to jcquaint the Nobility and Gentry there with and in order to guard againft the intro duction of improper tickets as ufual will be delivered only to the Subfcribers to the Aflemblies or or to fuch of their friends to whom they hall give a written order for the addreifed to and directing her todeHver what number of tickets they may Tickets for the annual Aflembiy half a guinea lift of the fubfciibers to the Aflemblies and Concert may be leen at the at Cor bj the of the Chapel And afterwards a Ser mon preached in by the Harri MorningPreacher at LongAcre and Joint Lectui er of Martin in the After the Church Service will be Anthem the vocal parts by and the Young Gentlemen of the Choir The Organ by There will be a collection at che Churchdoor for the benefit of the Aid after Church to proceed to Merchant Tay lere hall to THOMAS Efq T E W A R P Hugh Griffith Samuel Hughes Thomas Jones John Evans John Williams Robert Metham John Wilfon George Pinnock Humphreys John Sadler Mr John vive ind bfbiete it am n of pains mould be one but ZntiSfjanasdr his pafrbtfs Fer my can truly t never heard that ttie prefent Minifters gave the indication of their defire to revive fo fiale A difUndliori A diitinaiori that has of reality jjj it except the 1 were there no principles or cdnduft that ever diftingiirfli from Tory How ftrange muff this afTertjon By A U T H O R I T humbly prefuming that by a fole for a long feries of time to the WeHh he has brought that inftrument fb much the delight of our anceftors to a greater de gree of perfeftion than it has hitherto attained but at the fame regretting that the powers of it are not fo univerfally as lie conceives they great refpefl piopofes to entertain the Nobility and Gentry on the following which he flatters himfelf will be nmre pleafing to the town in and to in than his annual by affording him a more favourable opportunity of evidencing the beauty and of two by himfelf and his than when accompsnied with other To perform feven mornings on two in once a at Hickfords Great in Bre wers to begin on March at twelve The fubfcription one for the for which a ticket will be delivered for each to admit one gentleman or two No money to be taken at the Subfcribers may lend their tickets to their but none to be admitted without a Subfcriptions to be taken by at in ktitf violent proceedings been we are become defpicable in jtKe all particurar crifis Gwas a man of flamiiigltepubHcan principles if he endeavoured to weaken the hand of already finewlefs and palfyH if1 he through paflion or jthe legal power of the crowri and for tthe fakeof to throw an additional weight l Stephen Hough Pavid Thomas Price John Jones Luke Idefon John Nunns Richard Jones Hughpwen Howell Harriibn lames Brooks Rowland Charles PmneV will be on table at three oclock The Cymrodorion Society are defired to favour the Stewards with their company on the morning of theift ot at nine oclock at the Strict coffeehoufe in the in order to join will be admittedinto the Hall without which may behad at the following coffeehe near iertons coffeehoufe in houfe in the Strand Chapmans sin Parliamentftreet the i ft of mav be fupplied with rr 4te by fendmg to the faid andi kept warm before and YEAT For the letters Jigned A COM MISSIONER of the aft To OUR ftation in life would ufually require the additional epithet of but your whole con as a public has been fo inconfiftent with your profef I mult pay as re ath and juftice as your was I to honour a character fo with a title fo worthy of It is not for one of my poor to expect that any thing I can will be worthy of yourconfi when every way your have met with only your total difregard or You go on roundly artfully and impioufly with the and with the fame HS from the beginning The whole bent of your labours being to bring reputation to your and difgrace upon all that they think proper to Nothing ftands in your way The greateft the moft laudable zeal for the public or even the happinefs of feem to be of if inconfiftent with the fhemes of your patrons if you could you could never lift up your after treating the venerable character of with when you could join him with the late and lately as a prating old woman as unworthy of be caufe he honeftly abfurdity of their conduct when in AntiSeja what a eonfcknce mult follow you in the moft fecret retreat How much more delirable would it be to live unknown for and than with fuch a to be fuch an enemy to vktueand your country Thefe are general fentiments of all concerning your principles and as a wri ter and it is the general that being en gaged in fo black a your overbearing decla mations only fhocks our and excites to our reafon the moft ftriking ideas of The wife lament the wretched ufe of fuch a fine un and the vulgar feel too fenfibly the mi feries brought on them by your that they may be as well induced to feed upon as ftarve w th notwithftanding your profufion of compliments on the authors of their ruin 5 but how ever you are you are ftill indefatigable in your You run round and round in the fame as and by the ftile and fentiments of other I apprehend your la bours are very extenfive under otliir in fupport of But how little learn from the fentiments of one who has only com mon fenfe and honefly to fupport him againft fo mighty a your own opinion and indeed in the opiniou of others with regard toliteraf com I cannot pjrefume to think that you will condefcend to read my remarks but if thofe wifh well to their think and reafon what a defpicable figure mullyou cut thus to efteem worthy of arid yet be fo little regarded In this days you a certain appear to who have read the Ann The doctrines tKat were formerly efpbufe by thefe who were ranked under the letter denomi there were diffingurfhirig then there was fomething of reality befides the name but indeed the name and dcctrrines Have been long ago exploded fo that one fcarce erer hears the pajjive divine hereditary and others even mentioned j or if they it is with that difguft d indignation which they juftly thefe nvcrds have been exploded it is melancholy to confider how much the principles have operated of late years Was not the arbitrary feizure of men and papers contrary to law a terrible proof to that the thing was not however the words were grown obfoltte If therefore there was any revival of the term it was becaufe the late miniftry feemed enforce their with fo little that we had nothing to expect from their continu ance in but the the favourite of Laudean or Tory What end then do the Miniftry pixpofe ib from nuik ing ufe of fuch odious diftinctions If they are ho neft and fee fuch odious principles as the Torys reviving into the moft terrible ought they not to oppofe them with vigour and reioluiion They eannot as fame of them have done in a former throw them like dull into Ihe eyes of our amiable and gracious and take ad vantage of his blindnefs to betray and ruin the na Paor AntiSejanus you arc ever ufmg pointed that can only iting when applied to patrons For I verily if there is any fet of men in the kingdom who would blind majeity and betray or ruin their they may be form ed from the late and you might be their Se cretary They would now fuhject themfelves to the ridicule of whole if they were to pre tend only to ftigmatize thofe who oppofe their mea with the opprobious name of You juft before charged them with reviving diftinctlon of Whig and and now threaten them with if they call their oppoiers Ja But fuppofing you and your patrons mould proceed in every ftep as if you were mies to prefent ftirrers up of fuch anarchy and confufion as mult be the prelude to the Stuarts ought not the Miniftry to have a watchful eye over you And if Jduits and Jacobites all concur in forwarding the meafures of your ought we to fear a little ridicule rather than the cenfure of at leaving fuch a herd tf monfters or with out a name dne to their proceedings Such a flimfy artifice as this can anfwer no Then why are you fo felicitous of avoiding the odium of if your meafures have been fo confiftent with the c haratte r This is a flimfy artifice indeed As it moft be feen through by every man of the leaft Be affured of that were you called by the prefent and your ac tions demonltrated principles only fuitable to Jaco all the terras in the world muft have very little weight with men of penetration Unlefs indeed it fhttuld take with the who are but too apt to fufFer themfelves to be amufed with names inftead of The lower clafs of whom you ftile the in my humble more af fected by things thaa by names Call the late ftamp act and or what you I am afraid it would have but fmall weight with the in daltrious if they mull have ftarved from you and your friends aim at day and though uuiverfal ruin and deitruc tion to us all fhould be the You farther that There is fomething in the very found of Tory difguftful to a Britifh ear and furely not without reafon as in its primitive fignification it carried with it an idea of flavery j an idea that is hocking to human and parti cularly abhorrent to the genius of our excellent con And this idea has been pretty much cultivated by you and your friends of The framinga big with much confufion and dif is certainly you becaufe you have authority to make it and for the fame the leaft oppcfition from thofe who were to feel the was and by termed if there is any meaning in you that the only way to enforce fuch au and fuch a is to butcher without mercy all that think they have liberty to judge for Po not thefe kindof doctrines imply a difpofition to rule with a rod of iron And whoever are fo are they not as really as fuch ar bitrary reafoners are really Tories in however they may wifh to efcape the odium of fuch a It is not in the wit of man to even in theory a form of that allows of more genuine and perfect freedom than this of And how have your patrons endea voured to make all the world believe that the Ame cans are not worthy in a mode of government fo fuitable to freeborn EHgHfhmen Our form of government is indeed excellent beyond defcription but when bad men have the chief hand in there are many with worthy men at the head of who are in a more fl ing condition than Our conftitution is but when under the direction of pilots fo ignorant trie fcaleoflIthe I flvmld think hi not iwithftandirtg alt5his a traitor to the jblimed and a peft to his It is very immaterial think or whilftyou feem neither to think for or to write with any view to information from fdlid In thij to the prehicfice of you have only hewn your difpofition to injure fo fair a cha however wanting in Whilit we hava fo many and ftrong proofs of his hearty attachment to our conftitution of his faithful fervice the crown of his honeft zeal for right and agairut opprefljion and abfurdify and of his little regard to any motives but what becomes one who would keep a confaence void of offence and his your malignant mades only add luitre to his virtues and your precied you have fo long been applauding and calling him out to only encreafe your in famy as It is a vulgar not worth that there is no cither way of but by encreafmg the aiVd changing a li mited into an abfoluti There is another extreme equally dangerous from the prefent complexion oi the far more likely to happen wh 11 mean popular confufion and rinardiv than which there cannot be imagined a more pa rent of the molt perfect The of the times is becaufe vicious but otherwife none but you andyour friends can fee any tendency in the compaction of the fet up popular confufion and anarchy agrrinft our happy If could examine your you might feel fome pungent with regard to the part you have had in railing the prefent Your great friend G began the grounds of complaint your great abilities endeavoured to ftun the and with a laudly voice commanded themto be Ourfeeling and complaining you efteem and fetting up a popular govern ment but whatever you tink or fay of the more we feel the more we fliall com plain Whoever therefore attempts to abridge the crown of its lawful which j ou have done over and by infmuating that the grown had no authority to grant fuch Charters as the American whoever would ftrain the power of the people be yond its due limits which Pitt never though you would do it at any if it fervid purpofe whoever encourages them to ailiit the during fvtb fnfiames thurn with the powers of oratory and as it their phrenzy and delirium with hot pro vocatives I is capable of acting thus and can at the fame time fit sloof and fmile at the which ha has contributed to is unfit for civil an enemy to all order and and to be admitted into a weliregiiiated gang of robbers and ban And all this you infinuate of the great and worthy whom you have fo often lended with your as the favourites of he Is it that you can paint anman in this as fuch an hor rible except it mould be who are capable of the viieft offices as a writer anc4 your have attempted to abridge the crown of its lawful privileges ysu have flrained the power or patience of the people beyond its due limits cu have encouraged them to refift the by ufmg his authority to opprefs and during their humble refiftance by and fapplic you have endeavoured to inflame them by your oratory from the and by your hot pro vocatives have made almoft the whole Brinm do i proof the minifterial faction is driven to the la it ex Of its fo abandoned in their and fo when they take abundant pains difcegaidlefc of its as the fomanyblun mnons ma and you are capable of fitting aloof and fmiling at the as is too often evident from jour ludicrous production And that are unfit for civil are an enemy to all and government unlefs where you patrons can have the and promote you to a Bifhoprick and that you are fcarce worthy of truft from a gang cf robbers or I thefe are all fuch obvious that none can but if you and your patrons had your we fliouid foon fee you prfoerly elevated above your One wotild that by your depreciating pictures of that he was every day ha ranguing in the the or Moor in order to ftir up the mob to exert their and fubdue the Thefe pic tures wont All the oratory of if he had an audience fomewhere for every hour in the could not move the public to be that the ftampact was a wife or that our whilil we ftarve is an act of could he everperfuade that ourexcellent King was not worthy of the higheit and the molt faithful Cervices of honeft or that his late fervants fought only his and the profperity of his In you may write what you pleafe of Pitts powers as an orator but it is that he could never prevail upon us to think but as of a monitor of an Englifhman It eafy to account for the part which fent Miniftry set againfi that very power entrufted into their and which they be the faithful and tender Miniftry act againft the power they are eniTii is a very difficult point to explain bi are jcur and perhaps you may hat though there is fo little fenfe The reafcn of their oppofition to the   

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