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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 1, 1766, London, Middlesex 5 MARCH H A INGS AT THE THEATRE in the S DAY will be performed a Serious called A R T A R S E R S The Mufic of Signior With new new aad Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be delivered This Day at the feid at half a guinea each t GcfUery five fhil By their MAJESTIES perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex A Y M A R K E ATtheKiNGs THEATREinthe on Monday the 3d of will be an Tickets will be delivered to Subfcribers This Day at the Office of the If any tickets remain more than fubfcribed they will be delivered on Monday next at the at Uxand twenty Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two Vivant Rex L K U i X JU A Ji AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prefented The CLANDESTINE The principal characters by Mifs and With a PROLOGUE and C O V fc N 1 G A K O S T the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prelented The RELAPSE VIRTUE in Lord Woodward Smith Rofs Shuter Cuihing Perry Shoe CoilelFo Young Dyer Sir Tunbelly Dunftall Vincent Pitt Mifs Mattocks With For the BENEFIT of THEATRE Royal on Tuoi the iSth of will be prefented The FIFTH GEORGEALEXANDER STEVENS Propofes to AT the THEATRE in the HAY THIS being the ift of An ENTIRE NEW LECTURE UPON AND WHOLE The Boxes Pit Gallery By particular the doors to be opened at and to begin precifely at feven Rex Places to be taken at the MARY BONE A Certain number of new with proper are nowready to be delivered at one guinea and an half each which will admit two perfons every evening to the Muiical during the fummer To be had of at his houfe Subferibers need not return their tickets at the end of the THE LONDON lot publifhed THIS is an ex act representation of that animal the American how in the pofleflion of Lord from a of the ingenious Paillow alfo a new and correct map oFPerth in by KiteHn 5 and tins months Magaause contains whatever has appeared ot notice in particularly the pro and on the American Stamp Act Account of the new comedy of the Clandelime with the Prologue and Epilogue by Garrickj and a great variety of original and other curious Eiliiys in profe and Printed for in pj A new and coneft map of twentyfive miles round Is now engraving at a very gi eat ex on a large whole flieet and will be given gratis in the London Magazine for A iVE RYM AN IN H IS H U M O U Smith j Old Gibfon Young Dyer Mat Woodward Matter SHUTER Juftke Lewis Matter Cufoinj Dunftall Coftollo Walker Buck Cdbs Pitt Baker Game With VARIETY of t To begin exactly at fix Vivant Rex Tickets to be had of at his boufe in Martletcourt of at the ftagedoor of the where places may be T the Little Theatre in near the THIS and EVERY till HEADS To the GENTLEMEN of the NOTICE is hereby that the next General Meeting is fixed for Wednef iay the i6th day at iix oeleck in the at the Crown and Rolls tavern in the final eftablidiment of a Society for granting annuities to the widows of gentlemen of this Printed copies of the deed of Tettlement in the mean be had of Jofiah at his oppofite the Six Clerks in Chan cerylane and every inclinable to be come a is defired to fignify fuch his inten tion to previous to the General Meet a book being opened for that SOCIETY of ANTIENT February THE and inclined to favour the Charity for Educating Poor Chil dren defwended from Welch are defired to meetthe Honourable Society of Anlient to celebrate Davids on Saturday being the ill of at St Brides Chuich in Fleet llreet The Prayers will begin at eleven oclock and are to be read in the Anticnt Britilh by the of the Chapel And afterwards a Ser mon preached in by the Harri MorningPreacher at LongAcre and Joint Lsctut er of Martin in the After Service vgUfcfee Anthem the vocal parts by and the Young Gentlemen of the The Organ by There will be a collection at the Churchdoor for the benefit of the after Church to proceed to Merchant Tay lois hall to THOMAS T HO M A Efq KSFor thi letters Signed A A POOR JOURNEYMAN Verfes figned LLWELLIN W EPILOGUE to the CLANDESTINE laji the P R I N 1 the abufes crePt us ol none can be reckoned more grie vous to more burthenfome and oppreffive to anc more repugnant to the princi ples of liber than the enorraou a j asitisufedorufurpediiowadays a kind of amphibij ous composed partly of and partly Civil like the feet of Nebuchadnezzars confuting of two heterogeneous iron and grown up under die tuition of the eccle j fisftical and untill it is become a nei ther amenable to the one or to the other at if the law does afford a remedy againft the abufe of a churchwardens the application is fo dif ficult and that the man who makes the is generally conlidred as little better j than a madman t through the pofitive powers I the law has vefted in a and thofe which churchwardens have arrogated to which the by obferving a profound has tacitly acknowledged the churchwaidens of many parimes are become as abfolute and within their feveral as the Emperor of or Dey of matters of life accepted This dangerous power is improper to be trufted m the hands of a good and wife it being of an intoxi but when a fro weak headed HughGriiiith Samuei Hughes Tliotnas Evans John Williams Robert Metham John Willbn George Pinnock Humphreys Thomas Jones John Sadler John E C T U E on will be delivered by a YOUNG who never appeared in To which will be added the C RiES The doors to be opened at and to begin ex at fix Pit Gallery To the Y U B L I After feveral of our Lords and the ve with various made wry faces for the of the permit a Woman to at the arduous tiflc of laughing the Men out ot their follies that while heat tempts the ridicuie of vices peculiar to the other fhewill by no means fpare the ilighteit foible of btr This Day is price ASeafonable ADDRESS from feveral Per tons in terelted in the Alteration ot the Law regulating to the Noblemen and Gentle men of North and to the of the Britifh Parliament in Printed for in the Stran Account of Obbej and the private Life of the late tEinbellilhed with a fine head of the celebrated de a beautiful and uncommon ani called the and a new fong upon flus day is price N V M B E R Of THE COURT MISCELLANY GENTLE MAN and LADYS NEW FE The following is a part the contents Memoirs of the celebrated de A new defcription of the Egyptian Pyra and Aiabian The national and psrlbnal advantages An account ot an uncommon from the Memoirs of the Aca demy of Sciences at Conclufion of the na tural hiftory of with entertaining The difference between grace and beauty An effiy on Of an elegant man ner of and a polite A letter to on a diitafte of the On the con tempt of fame an oriental The tirft eftorts of the to fettle the colony of State ofagriciiture in with remarks on the Natural hiliorv of the translated tram j the Hiliory of Cathanna EmI prefs to Peter the An authentic lite A curious magicnl invented by of A method ot taking off paintings in An account ot the private lite of thelate The life of An account an uncommon called the Pha Remarks on the new play of thoCandef A new method of deftroymg and the blight in fruit communicated to the Society of Arts and Various pieces of Primed for Richardfon and unutr the and fold by the g d uewscarnexs ia Uwal Stephen Hough David rhonus Daniel Price John Jones Luke Idefon John Nunns Richard Joues Hugh Owen Charles Hovtell Richard Harriion James Brooks Rowland Charles Dinner will be on table at three oclock TJie Cymrodorion Society are defired to favour the Stewards with their company on the morning of the ift ot at nine oclock at the Somerfet coffeehoufe in the inordir to join die No perfons will be the Hall without Feaft which may be had a the following places at coffeehoufe near the Royal Exchange Andertons coffeehoufe in Fleetftreet the SomerCet coffeehoufe in the Strand Jamess coffeehoufe in Sackvilleftreet Applebys in Parlismuirftreet and at she HnH on the morning of the rft of Ladies awl Gentlemen rnay be fupplijd with Ticketsfor the byfendmgto the laid The Hall will be aired and kept warm before and on the Feaft WILLIAM cating nature into the poiTeflion of fuch undefined he is a fcourge to the community and does more mifchief in one than ten good men can redrefs in need wonder then at the many apparent abufes among pariih fo um verfally and juftly complained when weconiider what kind of mea are frequently choien into that hoieft commonly mun of than undergo the fatigue of an office which they would ivt wifn to profit they fubmi to pay a fine wbjrehy the whole management of pariih affairs is eft in the hands of a ca roufing in their private c mbine with their grand to circumvent the mo ft unfufpecling part of their fellow by or clandeftine whichever fuits them to cany their finifter It is not my prefest intention to point out the the many per royal and not founded upon the com mon law of That your leaders may be impofed on by furmifes of that it is fit that they fhould the dominion of the ocean be longs to the King of jure This do minion is one of the inherent rights of the crown given by the common and exercifed by our or the Lord High High Admiral of time out of in Cnut of Admiralty at Doctors and divers inferior Courts of Admiralty all over the kingdom for the conveniency of the in oiir different ma ritime Thefe courts are held in the name ef the Lord High Admiral of England for the time or in that of the commifiioners authorized to execute his when that great office is held by a comrtrif and have cognizance of all crimes committed upon the open and other nautical They are not generally governed by the common law in j their becaufe their juiifdictions reach not to transactions that have been had within the body of any county yet iome particular as in the trials of they are by our llatutss obliged to proceed by indictments and as at coinmon They always to be confidered as deputations from the Lord High Ad and as exercifuig his Courts of chat kind have nhvays been in our do minions abroad but ihefe courts are now indifgrace in North becaufe the power of enforcing the ftamp act is committed to them and in that the grievance is faid to con fill in that the perfons complained of thereby deprived of a and part of the penalties is given to the judge which may be as a icrt cf bribe to cor rupt It no unufual fer our parlia ments to appoint to carry a particu lar llatute into without calling inflict penalties of all as is evident in ihe land read and divers other Nor is this any prejudice to the fub for if the commiflioners appointed to execut any new law without calling a mall abufe the powers given by the act creating their they are anfwerable for tliufe abufe in the ordinary courts of and may have damages awarded againft in favour of the injured Of this we have feen many inftances in the courts of Kings Bench and Common where actions on the cafe againft commifnoners of members cf courts officers of the cuiloms and are not unufual fo that the fubjects in thefe be faid to be totally deprived of the great privilege of a fince they at any have the act of a commiiTioner under any flatute tried in a court of and obtain full whenever they can that the authority given by the ilatute hath not been properly Nor can it be with juilice that fuch mifiions for carrying new laws into execution are the leeiflatois iry 01 the law nicious confequences of thefe oy in bals 5 they are well But mafdrbl point4 miffioners cxerahng is well woftiw of the public By thefe The object the tai Ikis day at nton will prici THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE A As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in By COLMAN and Hue ceLhibe et una pares duobus ft ejufdamfimui jerque parens for and Dt Hondt the Strand Baldwin in Paternofterrow Davies in Coventgarden and Davies in Day is In which is given gratis a large wholemeet map of the country twenty miles round carefully engraved from actual furveyb in which the cir cuit of the pennypail js the niarket days are annexed to each and allb their dif taaces from London THE UHIVERSAL MUSEUM and COM PLETE MAGAZINE of KNOWLEDGE and For for at the Feathery in Pater nolterrow and fold by all boekfellers and HCWS ers in Great Britain and This day is Price One Pound One Shilling in HE HISTORY of con tainingthe antiquities and revolutions of the cotmtry of MECKLENBURGH with the fucceflion and memorable actions of its By Printed for the author and fold by bookfeller to his and in the Strand in Grayjinn in Fleetftreet and in Poultry Pallmall and in Lud The Author returns his grateful acknow ledgments to the Nobility and Gentry who have done him the honour to encourage this Hiliory of her Ma jettys illuftrious Subfcribers fending their receipts may have their books delivered at the above or at the Authors G rays inn j fubfcriptioiis continue to be is well worthy of the puhlj they fecure to themfelves aregu ler fucctfllon of officers from amongll to carryon the fame fcene with as little dUturbance as poffible from new faces If at any time their pre vious elections happen to and the body of parifhioners make chaice of men of different com their utmoft endiavours are ufed to make converts of to bring them into the old way but if they meet with a repulfe from men of unihaken principles and inflexible who will not run with the and abufe the trail they Demetrius and his by making flirines for great whifpered to each other the craft is in danger but proclaim to the world a very different Thefe troublefome fel lows have turned the world upfide are endeavouring to overturn the old fyftem the church is in and thefe difturbers are for pulling down the A thonfand lyes are breached and maintained with impudence enough to throw all into and to prevent the people from making a calm ufeof their reafon to judge impartial ly between parries and o a man who would with a fpirit ferve the Hands a fair chance of being ferved neither better nor worfe than Paul and his companions arid the only com fort left him after all his is the cenfcioufnefs ef having his duty to the as far a the public would 1st him ferve This may ferve as an intro duction to two or three more Letters on that fub which I intend to fend you as a ftafonable cau tion tp the inhabitants of parifhes in and about efpecially the large and populousoutpa to be very circumfpeft and careful to fee what fort of men they elect into the offices of church wardens and overfeers of the poor offices fo im portant and interefting to upon the con fcientious discharge whereof fo much Years H O N S T U contrary to MACK A CHARTA for great char ter of our exprefsly equalizes he LEX the verdict of a A is not to be rellrained in his or deprived of his unlefa by the verdict cf a j the land fo that the Appointment of evsn according to rhe letter of Magna be efteemed equivaknt to the judgment of a The are to be tried by in ajl matters arifing from the common or untient law of Eng laud but this bar the parliameiu in by their com z their powers out of ad shea in was to curb the arbitrary proceedings of the judges nominated by the crown and for this they held the Lex or ftuutes m de in to be of as high authority as the opiifion oi a jury founded u at ion was never intended to irom exerciiing a parliamentary To the P R I N T E of feen divers inlinuations m your made by your to the cllflionour of the Vice Admiralty Courts in the Plan as if lurildictiun WA vrearsd by the I upon the common or immemorial cuftoms of Although the Barons that this reftraint they were not willing to truft the King or his judges with the life or property of a yet they never could mean that the whole legifla or their were not proper to be as I have already that the fubject cannot be hurt by legiilative iffued icr the fake of carrying any new law into execution for if the authority thereby given is properly jur no man is wronged and if that authority is the Kings courts are open to all the iub jects for Nor is it any thing to the who is entitled to the penalties by the for the judge is nnfwerable for the money and may even be found liable in damages as well as cofts of in cafe his procedure cannot be jiifti fied by the law creating his Nor is it at all but that the clerk of the court is in an action of for money had and re ceived for the life of the if he cannot juf tify the judgment under which the money is Buf be thefe things how they thePlanta tions are not in this refpeil on a worfe footing than we are at I can recite many inftances of new laws in the execution of which is re ferred to particular at their undertake the office thereby committed to them yet there are no fuch tumults amorg nor do we imagine ourfelves in that cafe jullifiable in op The parliament is vefted with the tble power of making new and creating new junt diftions and he that denies or oppoies the exer cife of that on any may ceiiri to colour his proceedings as he but of this I am that the parliament is the chief corntr ftone of our national conftitution and he un der the pretence of preierving the canftitutu of pofes the authority of acts the afr furd part with Ihould advile the tion of the for the lake of uring a C U R T I U
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