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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 3, 1766, London, Middlesex azetteer and New Dau M O N D A M A R C H H A Y M A R K E AT the KINGS THEATRE in the THIS the 3d of will be an A S S E M B L Tickets will he delivered to This Day JJt the Oirice of the laid If any tickets remain more than fubfcrihed they wili be delivered This Day at die at tod The doors to be opened at nine and no Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two different doors will be opened at for company to go where chairs will eafily be Vivant Rex A MAK FT AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the H On the 6th of will be performed a Serious called The Mufic entirely compofed by Signior With Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be delivered That Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By flreir MAJESTIES perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex The Opera is obliged to be deferred to the day above for the better recovery of Sig Elifijs D K U si A T the Theatre Royal in A THIS DAY will be The CLANDESTINE The principal characters by Aiifs and a R o L o CUE and E r1L o o v C O H N I G A K L AT the Theatre Royal in THIS D AY will be preheated LOVE in a Beard Juftice Sjvuter jSir William Bennet Young Mattocks Dyer Dunftall Baker Walker Mattocks Mifs Servants at the With t he C I T 1 Z E The S I X T H NIGH GEORGEALEXANDER STEVENS Propofes to AT the THEATRE in the HAY THIS being the 3d of An ENTIRE NEW LECTURE UPON AND WHOLE The Boxes Pit Gallery By particular the doors to be opened at to begin preciitly at feven Vivant Rex Places to be taken at the By particular on Wednefday GeorgeAlexander Stevens will repeat tvis FIRST LECTURE UPON Price cf Boxes for the old Lecture as Pit Gallery day is A CATALOGUE of the LIBRARY of DAVID Efq lately defeated containing a very good collection of books in various and a curious collection of old and many fcarce black letter and inanufcripts To which are added a collection of curious and Arabic with a large num ber of Roman many of them very finely consigned from abroad Which will be falii by Auction By S A M U E L BAKE At his isonfe in on fhe ioth and to con tinue the fix following each evening at uv may be viewed on Thurfday the 6th and the time of Ctalogvies to be had of the bookfeHers Pallmall Bond crcfs Brotlaer tOTiSjConibUi Templebar and at the place of There are fome very gaod portfolios to be fold in the iixth nights On ivili be in T Dedicated to his Price Three Shillings and Sixpence ESSAl fur de depuis la Fondation de la ville jufques a la Convention arretee en re le Senat In Bourgeoife ian MidSept Par D A T PI Cftsz en Grays Where may be the fame in This Day is price In which is given gratis a larga map of the country twenty miles round carefully engraved from actual furveys in which the cir cuit of the peiipypoft is the market days are annexed to each and alfo their dif tances froin London THE UNIVERSAL MUSEUM and COM PLETE MAGAZINE of KNOWLEDGE and For Printed for Pay at the m Pater nOfterrow and old by all boekiellers and carrjers in Greatjritain and il bs March TOHNfOHNSON begs leave to remind his J that the election of a Register to the Society for the Encouragement of and will be at their houfe in the To beginning at eleven and ending at two where as the time is limitted to three hours he earneftly entreats for the favour of their early A Single of fafhion and is defirous j of ooarding in fome refpectable Clergymans with two fomewhere in the bourhood of not further diftant than 10 or ii None but a family of honour and re putation will be attended If they keep a the more Be pleafed to direct to to be left at the corner of Craigs perfumer and removed from theRifingSuu in to Sun in Albansftreefj the fecond houfe from Pall fells the beft of perfumery goods and as ufual and humbly hopes the continuance of her former cuftomers as alfo fuch oilier ladies and gentlemen as are pleafed to honour her with their A firlt and fecond floor to Abiaham Mendes Furtado previous to his tleparrure fiom and not many days paid to many perfons the refpective ba lances due to them 5 as many gentlemen infurerscan witnefs And his time not permitting to diicharge fome five hillings or other incon iderab e debt taat might by him be ftill his Ifaao Mendes that if any perfoiis have any demand on his faid they would apply to the faid Ifaac Mendes as he now and be ready to any juft And as fome inceniiderate perfons have ipread out endeavouring to injure the faid Abraham Mendes Furtados unftained it will not be improper to acquaint iuch that like Balaams Ipoke words Uirprizing no flnh afsnor men ever fpoke fuch words the dwelling houTe of muel fituate at in the county of was on Friday night the 28 th of March lift burglarioufiy broke open and divers goods Ito ien which were very fbon after f mid in the field behind the faid houfe In order therefore to bring to jufticethe perfjn or perlbns guilty of the liiid the faid Seddon doth hereby pro mife to as reward unto or amongft fuch perfon or perfons as fhall diicover to convic tion any one or mere of the offenders who com mitted the faid burglary and the fum of twenty guineas clear of all and over and above the reward which fuch profecutor or profe cutors will be ptherwife entitled to by on tke conviction of offender SAMUEL J It may be urged that the major part of Strand March Very large iraprefnon of the New Comedy of the CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE being ibid off na few liecket hopes that thole perfons who were diiappointed will not bs offended at his Dsihgunable to fupply them and humbly acquaints them that another edition is in the and will be sublimed in a dav or the poor of Rome up of who were oppreffed only by their and not the which was the occafion of fo much mutiny and re Yet many of the and even fome patrician were in as penurious cir ciimftances as any London mechanic who daily groaned under the fevereft and gra dually funk into the moft abject Oppreffion and flavery arc fynonymous terms in and differing but in Even in coun tries where clefpodfm is abfolutej the natives will not confefs themfelves Ignorance and pride forbid And however highly WE may talk of Britifh where a people is overbur thened with relaxed in their corrupt their and meek in their I cannot help looking on them no better than Freedom is beft known by a true obedience to juft and a firm oppefltion to deftructive j cautious in the choice of upright and jealous of tke leaft irincvation that tends to fap the foundation of O may fuch freedom ever dwell throughout thy i calms Modes of partirtl taxation are iurely the moft daring infults that can be ofrered a free people rom the frequent repetion of this we now yield as tamely to as if there could poffibiy be iuch thing too as a in any whofe orij ginal principles are founded on LIBERj ri Had we been we Ihould iiave 1 curbed tfiis niariifift iufiingement on our freedom when it firft It is now too Large it bis demand new and new taxes produce new oppreilions if then we are a free if we are let us contrive and iinpofe f5ch and li on fuch a as may affbct only the The poor cannot poffibiy bear another burthen they are already reduced to every mifery that human nature is fubject to and to dillrefs them is the fhortelt way to diftrefs ftill more Slavery is a word that have a ftrong antipathy it only in though we daily feel it in reality for what nation tan with any degree of propriety call itfelf when it is ftarving in the i midftof plenty Let us fhovv our freedom in unity of and aftions of real public virtue in fuftaining the greater burthen of taxes on our own and redreflrna thofe poiitive which our poor countrymen let us do for THIS alone can miniltur a general profpe and fecure a fin cere Lately have I heard it and with ftcming that there were now immenfe magazines of corn in this kingdom and that a conftant exporta tion of that articlewas net only but even jult is it not then mfuffeably oppremve and ini thvt there mail be this vail flock of wheat on and ytt our poor are now paying fo dear a fion of a an almcft individual To lay then the axe to the let us make monopoly and engroilingas capital offences in the eye of the as they are in the eye of God for though they are not to the ytrthcy are to the By once doing the verieft tool of Mammon will grow innocent for notwithltanding men daily facrince their fouls to Lucifer for pecuniary yet cannot fecure to themielves one day for the en joyment their nevertljeltfs they wilJ relin the means to acquire Illegal when certain death is annexed to flucrime And iMfil certain without exception of ihali inflicted on thefe of Rritain niuft expect to fall n viim to famine and to complaint and to anarchv and O M E G To be a jrcn and tvs Cnunt Staoft of let cur a few ilays for France tv niilied with ample regard to tic reparation demanded by that ioAvhatp bd during the between i and the Prince The Chamberlain f nvV hath tnken the fame i tiiar is 1 with tlu tiary at that We aie at prefent well perfaaded thht France bi acknowledge the eiecticn coronation our King and we equally natter tbar fter the example of his Moft Chrinian the two other Kings of the Houfe of of Spam and will not long delay givingaiio their Advices from Cadiz inform that great qnatities rf of war conti nue to arrive there from foreign al ftined forthe dtablilhments of the m South Arcording to fome letters from the French retired to aban doning all the pcfts which tbey occupied InVhat and iris tbe rebels rook pof feflion immediately ater thtir Ibis news is fo that we can creditit it is known even from that the d d aftbirj of Genoefe in Coriica go badlv en an that hafh little hope of recoverin the quiet connnicn or iat Jan Thty t bk of the approach of between tlnrty ami forty Sraibilitrocps as alfo tTcrs be ftility ivhijh they are a Leu fed of having tliire and agreeably to c i lieve it to be it is Jiat iis Highnefs the Count de ia Lipoe refjrn very Toon to and tliat our to recal the ifb officers who are in leTvic3 and who have obtained leave of abfencf b is fa1 j that inconlequeiice of the treavies fu fftui between Portjcrai and tbe fn bt nrice for bread themfelves have moie j powers claims the agrc or tii is ound 2 In Two price bo i N ahcl CriticaFAcouat of the LIFE of King of Great After manner of fi m origina writers and rl c wliichis An Appendix cf original now firft By W I L L I A M H A R R I Printed for the Of whom may be HarnsVLlfe of Oliver after the fame in ene price For tbj letters fignsd TRAFFIC TOM ME AN UDENT1A and the IC E R O fomewhei e very empha tically that Men re ferable the gods In nothing fo much as in doing Anob fervation fuflicient of itfelf to im mortalize that and evince the real inherent dignity of un enlightened reafon whatever exalted ideas of benevolence this Heathen may entertain in no Chriftian alive fhould be his inferior In the practice of In the time of not only abounded with but was involved in luxury for which reafon it that we find fo many excellent fenti ments of humanity interfperfed among tbe works of that creat writer feeing the hard oppreilions of the1 to fupport the vices oF the lie could not fupprefs although a Roman Heathen thcfe pathetic expreHions of which would even have confeired an honour on any ChrKtian Pity imkcd it that the poor of tins kingdom had not a Cicero to plead their when their caufe fo much dcferves even an abler orator when we that iieatheuiih principles are adopted by Britiih and Ro man vices equalled by Englifli Mere benevolence is at beft a barren and will afluredly receive a fnnilar fate with the fig made mention of in the bleifed Whether Tallys was fuch or is no ways mate rial at prefent to difouis certain it that Great Britain at this may not betinjuitly com pared to Rome at that in many ftriking inftances and before fliefuffers in the fame let us ceuitant ly keep beforecur eyes the caufe of thofe which compleated ths deftruction of the whole Roman em Expenfive wars and extenfive conqtiefts were not the caufes that or enfeebled the of that illuftriou republic luxury alone ef in a fnort what the fword forages but vainly attempted and it is not an enormous north protection cf vaft that can hurt the internal ftrength or pslicy of Great while her foils pofieis the leaft fpirit of freed m or vhtue and this fpirit cannot be kept alive but by emulation and Let us then not fear fo much our as our home enemies for though every country has its yet no evils are more pregnant with ruin to a than thofe wJiich immediately and univerfally affect the who are always to be confidered in a political rfs the fole bulwark of government and to opprefs them with or diftrefs them with is to fubvert the fyfteni of and precipitate the deftruction of humanity Where lies the fault Not In die far poor wretches reap no advantage from the price of though it fold at treble the Are then the engrollers to blame Bring j cf the i4h tanefs was r bv the B fVoin that rhj fbvouiue to Led of a daughter the lame them to juftke let neither birth or fortune icreen them and if the biame of extortion and monopoly reft on their why then are not their heads to jj pay for the bafenefs of thir hearts Make it deaib at once for all and monopo of every kind and of every and I dare and niGnopolizers will nevermore be will never more he heard mention cf but while luch fons of fuch Britifh locurb are connived or but gently pu it is a caufe of no wonder that the poor fhould fo fo feel the heavy evils Lord cf Count fter of State lreiide t of the c Knight of the Oder f vbe I ded the of tins Front the L O N D O N this day plcafbd anpoint Jcui cf Eiq TO be Sheriff of ihe county of he lias i jbfsfd to grant unto G the Red c bis and to attending fuch national iuch deitructive human catterpillars Hunger is arbitrary and all arbitrary caufes are j productive of arbitrary deprived crj their natural muft be piaced in a ftate of natural defence what government fo nity of ingdcm of Greit The King hs been to Th in rlie diccebe cf v of Willirim the lait B A N K R U P T George of iie pariih f Paur whole power ajid though fupjj fcur in rhe on rhe i Sth Ji bure ported by craft and by violence and month and on of at ten in th fore from that innate principle of feifpre at io ftrongly implanted inour is Joseph of 7 r iKi i A C C o e i t O i r t i e L i a d i ii i I that very and rial now wandering about the the cle tefted vagabonds of national reientment Exiled from till vrein bied at their frown From a n on tbe conduct and fate of bncb rous iu their in rixi our too Jefuttic die iil confcquences of if conti will inevitably involve them in de National grievances liable to national no perfect can poilibly be eftablifhed among total relief of thofe grievances is let us unanimoufly re monllrste in the warmeft terms under certain limi tations and reftrlctions for a perpetual of the exportation of Some I would be fufferers on fuch taking place but all private advantage is to for the public A policy as it is j It is therefore to be hoped that no individual what ever however deeply intereficd by or more iatimately influenced by will impede the progrefs offo fo neeeffiry a Avarice is the fole caufe cf the vile root of all evil is it not is it not pro voking to fee what vaft ftrides monopoly now through every jirofeflion und of life As if and tens cf were only born to labour all theirwretched lives to fupport the the the in a oppref u at Samuel of the z at ten in ihe ai Thomaf of Sunderland in the county latineof Din cabinet dealer and on the i8rh cf at four in the afterrr at to be allowed to William the of the pnrifh of in the county of Mid dealer and on or before the aid Edward of in the city of dealer and or before the Vd William of in the ccninfy of dealer in or before the aacl Saturday being the femewas obferved at Court with the ufual Majefties appeared in the Eniigns of rhe aki received the compliments of the Gentry LSjo biiity upon the Vb Saturday their Majeitys went to returned in the evening to the Queens Saturday herRoyal rffghnefs Amejia at and afterwards paid a the Printeii 6 v J
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