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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 5, 1766, London, Middlesex                                M A R C H HAY K E MAR AT THE iNGs THEATRE m the 6th of will be per Serious called s P F O N r I S B entirely compofed by pjt and boxes to be put and no perfonstto be admitted without which will Tomorrow at the faid at ialf a each Gfcilery five By MA J E S TIE S No whatfoever 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 COMMAND of their MAJESTIEW AT the Theatre Royal in DAY will be performed I R A in With a Concerto of for two Violins by Barthelemon and Fit and Boxes to be put will be delivered This Day at the Office in the at Half a Guinea Firft Gallery Second Gallery Galleries to be opened at Half an Hour after Pit Boxes at To begin at Half an Hour after Six J rfAHISD by particular GEORCE 1 will repeat HIS FIRST LECTURE UPON As he delivered it Laft 3s Gallery S O H O S U A R THE Annual Night in favour of CORNELYS being fixed for March fhe pre I fumes to acquaint the Nobility and Gentrythere with and in order toguard againitthe intro duction of improper tickets as uiual will be delivered only to the Subfcribers to the AiTemblies or Concert or to fuch of their friends to whom they fliall give z written order for the addrefled to and directing her to deliver nabat number of tickets they may Tickets for the annual Aflembly half a guinea lift of the fubfcribers to the Affemblies and Concert may be ieen at the at Cor PRICE and PEARSON beg leave to form the that they have opened theif warehoufe at the Wheatmeaf and Taviftock which is furnifhed with a general affortmettt of haberdafhery and made up in the moft elegant and to be old upon the moft reafonable As they are determined to deal with the utmoft honour and they hope fuch refolution will recommend them to the favour and encouragement of the Nobility and the continuance of which they will endeavour to by a fteady adherence to the principles on which they have jointly Ladies Brunfwick drefles and Hidinghabits made in the genteeleft This day h CATALOGUE ofthe LIBRARYof DAVID Efq lately deceafed containing colleftionof books in various auda curious colleftiqn of old and many fcarceblack letter and manufcnpt To which areaclded a collection of curious and Arabic with a large num Roman many of them very finely configned from abroad Which will befold by Auftion By SAMUEL At Ins boufe in Beginning on Monday the and to con tinue the fix To begin each evening at iiv The books may be viewed 6th and to the time of Catalogues to be the following bookfeilers Mr Pallmail Bond ftreet Charing crofs Brother Cornhill Templebar 5 and at the place of There are fome very gaod portfolios to be fold in the fixth nights Now on And will continue felling till January At in for theyear 1 moft and valuable CATA I LOGUE of in all languages books of Jingle and by fhe gwateft moflers containing above ONE HUN ERE 0 in elegant being the li braries of the learned perfons un delmentioned James eminent for his collection of botanical and books of medals 5 the Honourable Admiral Leftock Doctor of Walthamftow William Eiqj Serjeant at LTW Alderman Dickenfoo Efq Editor of Plutarch Samael Efq one of the Benchers of the Society of GrayVImij ar the afternoon preacher to feid As the is very large and and the Pro prietor the not be offended at their not receiving it g wufual and to prevent its falling into the hands of fuch yrho never intend to be the price of it be five fal tor which a printed recelot will be given which will be allowed inAny or the money returned on the delivery of Receipt and A difcovnt of five per mtfor fcve pounds ten fir on ten and Jiftttn per twenty and naili be payment of ready Tht of a learned I to being a courfe for the whole ytar wtfe in his owx very neat bookcafes to of a ME little time Sarah at in applied to in Hatton being blind with a cataract in each eye The left eye being andfit for Mr Taylor after a few days neceOary preparation of the patient performed the operation in the pre tence of fome gentlemen of the faculty by which 4heiaid Sarah with the moft imaginable little refcored to and her eye renderedas ectly clear Hill continuing fo as if it had never ASale of filks continues at the op pofite Cheapfide confiftingofa large and elegant aflortment of and plain fattins and plain tabbieSj black filks of all kinds and plain luftrings likewife great variety of new filks for the preient Ryder returns his mofy grateful ac knowledgments to his friends and for their paft and hopes for a continuance of the fame and affures that many of the articles will be fold at the pric s appraifed which is not lefs than from ia per under the original This day price THE PERILS of POETRY An Epiftle to a By Fellow of Trinity Printed for in ia the atrand and Fletcher and at Cam Page aijiae read bis price THE HISTORY of INLAND Particularly thofe of the Duke of in Lancamire and Chefliire and the intended one promoted by Gower and other Perfons of Dif in Illultrated with Geographical fliewing the and Villages through which thefe Navigations are or will be Tht whola s the utility and importance of Inland Na Printed for in public Such unaccountable conduft can not be expected of our wife and juft All their refolutions found us in liopes of a more agree able nature and the bill ordered for eftabliih ingtlie jurifdictionof theBritifh parliament in Ame leaves us no room to doubt the good intentions if fome perfons in power towards this unhappy na Tke Houfe of the fuccefforSrOf the whofe honours and freeholds depend pnthefxiftence of this will never permit tfie nation to be facrinced to the trading part of the whofe ambulatory dependences are of fo moveablea na that without the fmalleft difficulty they can be transferred in or NeW We may fafely depend on the pa triot views of both that neither of them will confent to leave the induftrious part of Britain fighing under a weight of which the Ameri cans will not touch with one of their little It is impoffibJe that old mother Time can bring forth fo monftrous a Parliamentary refolutions are always productive of fimilar and fimilar con duct ingrafted on thofe Why then fliould we be that the prefent xra will prefent us with an illtimed exception If the revocation of the ftamp mail be ef I teemed an evidence of an intention to unbridle there are fix other witneffes ready tocon an fix a gulph between both to the utter ruin of the and the lofs of the others debt and when they have run through the crude of legal then by compelling the plaintiff to tisfy their heavy they further rivet in his I mind the moft implacable hatred and enmity againft j the unfortunate defendant and thus playing the part of become feducers of the one and ruin of the and tormentors of I the malpractices for law is necefiary for the ofOur and Id are the profefibrs to enlorce it 5 and there are men of ftrict aad humanity in that who do honour to it j j buttheie are not the men who advife imprilon and that would lay waSie a whole meerly to put money in ihelr purfes 5 fuch only are the proceedings of the dregs of that profeffic r therefore men would do well to confider that is able aud willing to make I better before he goes to than he ei J thercan or will Previous to his his j credit may very realcnably be fuppofed to and j a fervent defire in Lim to preferve as a chief means j of his and his familys future for this reafon what would he act do What verms would henot with in his rather than give up rB3n nnchor and future indulby and prof perity But it is too frequently the that men fliut up theboivels of compafnjn for each and proceeding from tradict that and declare that they are the t b 2n proceeMng trom harbingers of another taxing if not the officer j j en hatfed and afilted by bad ad for carrying thatvery ftamp acl into U n become to OVVU interell and the revocation of nnirnrry is by no njin a tltemielvss boih means notwithftandmg the maturity K K pubUc and pnvate juftke and mercy they has already arrived banifli from thuurhis and vfkhouc the leall The revocation of the ftamp intakes jjrefleaion on the ffiriiirv cf bcing equally like the icked fcrvant in the gof they feize their fellow him into may probablyput thej Americans off their arid we are certain that the virtuous minority will j erafp at every opportunity to oblige America to i u i ui 11 r there to remain till he has pmu the uttennoft bend her neck to that which galls us So r a r r not at the lame time they thereby We are equally certain that the H of Ps J great in fo patriotic an as that of harnefling America with the fame trammels which we are doomed to Why fhould we alone drag a carriage which ferves Ame rica equally with us Shall our fleets guard Ame our blood and money now in her with out any of the power of the Britifh parliament to give us redrefs is fully and fully eftahjifhed in America Suppofitions of that nature only vex the mind of the and create maleeontent Thebetter opinion certainly that though the itamp act fliould be yet America hall not efcape fubmiffion to a which we cannot releafe her from without doing an i j win jet n in in raieiv irom equal prejudice to the and to the national j H v c A A i the advice ot Solomon is excellent Rob whole debts are as yet Jul difable him from Ib But this favagcnefi and cruelty is not only unbecoming the nature of as the excellent author of The Whole Duty cf Man but highly offenilve to and againft which he hath threatened his heavy as in He that hath oppreffed the and hath fpoiled by he fliall furely die his blood hall be upon Indeed God hath fo taken upon himfelf the protection of the poor and that is as it were in to be trmr avenger and accordingly in the Pfalms we fee God folemnly declares his rciblutioa of ap pearing for them For theopprefiion of the JJ for the of the nsw will I faith I will let Irrn in fafetv from And not the nt id u Ibis day at noon willbe The SECOND price THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE A As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in By COLMAN and Hue adhibe et in und parce dug bus et cjufdaffi finuts uterque parens z Printed for Becket and in the Strand 5 Baldwin in Davies in Piccadilly 5 and Davies in Co This day is In one price or THE HISTORY of QUEEN of From lie French of Printed for in Ludgateftreet Parker in Coruhill Davies in RulTelftreet Co ventgarden in Piccadilly j and FletCber and at For a chajacter of this the rea der is referred to the Critical Review for lalt page it j to in which there are feveral extracts ana anecdotes equally curious and not or at tealt related by CHRISTINAS farmer of who no more than namefake to the author of this Hif For the letters Jlgned A A FRIEND to fee woe es are as ye M r J A becaule ne is neither oonreis tne aiticted tice requires a condyetof this nature towards r r M the for the LSId w 1 plead their cau and rica and whole province it is to b i r j tI U fpoilthe ioul or thole that ipoi eel And An 1C nr t do us juihce in tins is not deftitute of the f t rt i j who poor here but thole that means of bringing it and preventing the j j i pay or who through Americans hereafter from combinations to reject i 1 0 in the arts ot Bntiih or combinations to deter the j national officers from doing their refpective duties to their A fmali claufe in the for eitablifhine the authority of the Dritifti parliament will effectually prevent combinations of that for tbe and riotous fuch as have lately triumphed over legal fMr Taylor can prcdvrce to any dubious per numberlefs inftances of his fuccefs in the cure as will convince them of the great fu of the operation of couching o that orex Sbftno the chryflailine the firft being fura the Taylor may be fpoke with every anil confuited in all the variety of diiov incident to the eyes in the treatment ojf he can fafely he has had moceexpe ience and fuccefs than any praikkie NOTICE is hereby to all gentlemen and ladies afflicted either with the Gout or Rheu or fcorbutic that there is a per fon iuit arrived in who will undertalce the perfect cure of the did and their various fymptoms let the pei fon be fo longaffiicted with and moft innocent niilkv that might be given to a child with out any to at in near Any one ftili doubtful of the efficacy of this may be fully fatisfied of its by npplying to the undermentioned who have been by among many Mr at the Tackle Crutched friars a near Srepney church Mr next door to the Ratcliifehigh way Robert at in Fox Weft Smithfield coal Weft fcnithfield and Wjlliam the Georges in tlie inflead act the P Rl N J E HEARTILY approve of feyeral of A B of the 2Sth ot latl but j of ari tion of a fmall way of an internal tax on verai governments of the fubftaatial aid offered by theftamp an abfolutely recefilry for our fuppoft our prefent diftnefied national Anidle parade of powjr over America will not fund or of the heWy buHefis laid on our by reafon of the afftfbmce we afforded the Americans laft war againft the French and Thejuftics we owe the creditors of the commands us to de mand of our Weftern fubjects tributes of a more io lid nature than thofe of a Although the ftamp act mould be it can not from thence be that America is to entirely efcape taxation of every The feveral refolutions of an auguft cannot be ima gined to be fruftraneous declarations of aiigirt not to be at a time when and every motive which can fway the heart of calls on us in the loudeft to comparfionae the diltreffesof our Daggering overloaded with and menaced with tumults againit every ra exertion of legal At fuch a criti cal I we cannot fuppofe that our fovereign afiimbly will reward infurrections with an immunity from while dutiful fubjedls direfuliy drained of their i order to tbe A claufe of that nature will open the eyes of j the deluded and infiruct them in the f dangerous confequences attending on fuch outj And if care is taken that none j dial beLprtferred to be jufiices of the or even who wHl not a previous foletnn declaration of the fu preme cf the British parliaments in Americjfex the mifchiefmaking will beba iifined from that country with the ucmott The authority of perfons in fuperior ftations ncTer fails to influence the In all depends on the law under relative to the legal jurisdiction of the Britifh parliament in If that law as I hope it will properly furniflied with ade quate fuitable to the circumftances of the evils therebyintended to be it is the lefs tnatter becomes of the ftamp act for we mail at our be able to have recourfe to when the faction which fcreens her from ourjuft demands fliall be no longer in Their we reafon ably will be of avery fhort Such an unftahle and difagreeing miniftry cannot be It cannct long refill the pa of fucli a vigorousand vigilant mino rity oppofes backd with ail the icrength oi the landed interell all over the o the I N TE reveHgc I lubick fill M find of tbe human and for too It fiats its empire in tbe favage THERE isa fpedes of in m tliat and a bad cufcom it is has madetoo familiar to the inhabitants of this which the confine ment the perfons of ourfeilowcreatiires for undfer fanctien of the As there is no general rule that is not liable to an I will not fay but there may be fome inftances wherein icourge of a prifon becomes requilite to make men lionett but it may be confidently where thereis one fingle inftance of that there are ten it makes knaves of honeft men and as many where the innocent are greatly oppreffed and ruined for by the oppjeffive proceedings of that when a man unhappily falls into the hands of thefe and they have once got him Into they triumph in having the op of every fubfequent oppreffion they will not condefcend to talk and treat with the unhappy and feWom even acquaint or fuffer the plaintii to know his own intereit by which means i friendiv the deiigns of bad men or are reduced intheir Hear this thenj ye hardhearted and tremble Think no more on that revenge is fvseet for you and your evil advifers are finally like to have little joy from your when it thus engages the on nipotent God againft you The fentiments of humanity fhould fticline per fons of affluence to comiuit te miierable and it is failing in the moft effeurial to abandon them in their preffing but it is the utmoft ex of cruelty to inftslt them in their A man under 8ny degree of misfortune is to be yet fome men are fo brutal and as to load a man with the moft fevere cenfures who js The firft thought that is to dive the reruns cf his dJlrefs they neither offer inhis behalf the misfortunes of the nor thepofture of and conjuncture of but pronounce him guilty of all that has befallen and invent numberlefs rnali cioas to difcredit and ruin him reco Detellable practice Can fuch perfcicis call thernfelvss men Their aitions are toj evident a proof of the of tlxs rational The wounded porpoife is purfued to abfolute de by his fellow and the ftncken is j denied belter bv his moft cuftomary aflbciat but furely fuch pcictice inuft forfeit all title to huma On tbe how juftly does in his compare fuch perlons to a pck of worry g one of their ivoundju to Panting half the conquerM Then fudden the bale Loudclamring feze toe iclpL n i And for his drag ditt His niangSed carcafe on th i O breails of rity void t opre the To point your vengeance at fri dlvfs And with one infult the falin juft of mans degenerate E C C P R I N T E inJi To Qccafis MUCH has been laid againit pettifoggers cr fmatterers in law I fluillbeg leave o ex patiate a little on the fubject of empincifm a fub jeetof great inafinuch as the lives of his Majeftys goccl iubjecirs are too eften in the difpofal of empirics and health in which happinefs here greatly indi vidual one pill or be banifhed for Without endeavouring to i   

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