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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 6, 1766, London, Middlesex MARCH 1 A Y K E MAR AT THE INGs THEATRE in the TK 5 the 6th of will be per bnned i Senoiu called S F O Nf S B Thf Mafic entirely compofecl by Wiii Pit and boxes to beput and no peri bii s to be admitted which will Slivered This Day at the faid at half i uinea each QfiJlery five E S f I E S No pcrfoiv to be admitted behind the nor into the The pk will be opened nt i blSn at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex i of their MA JES fk 1 Royal D R u R if A N H A IIS DAY will he presented The c L N E The characters by Mifs JVb Mifs and With P R o G u E and E p i L o c u C U V E T G A K D E Ar the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will beprefented SHE WOUD and SHE WOITD Shuter Rofs Gardner j Dunllall Trap vVooodward With M A For the fit H E F IT of S H U T E Royal in on Tucf the 18th of will be prefented a called HIS Smith Did Gibfon Young Dyer tocks Woodward Multer StiUfER Juvtice Maiter Cufhing Brain Dunfrall Ptrry j Cottollo Walker Buck Cobs Pitt Baker Dame With VARIETY of f To begin exactly at fix Vivant Tickets to be had of at hir houfe in Martletcourt j and of at the ftagedoor of the where plates may be Far tbe BENEFIT ot the THIS AT the in The LECTURE on by YOUNG To which for that nightcnly will be deli feveral New Pieces between To which will be added The CRIES of for the laft To begin exaftly at fix Vivant Rex Boxes Pit Gallery 6dT Tickets to be had of peruke in Jamessmarket Mr near Fleetitreet Mr facing Andrews Hol bern and at the Lancafhire facing th Theatre where places for theoxes may bejaken This duy is A CATALOGUE of the LIBRARY of DAVID Eiq lately deceafed 5 containing a very good collection of books in various and a curious collection of old and many black letter and To which are added a collection of curious and Arabic a large ntom ber of many of them very finely configned from abroad fold by Auction By SAMUEL At bis faoufe in Beginning on Monday the loth and to con tinue the fix following To begin each evening at fiv The bocks may be viewed to the time of Catalogues to be had of the folio wing bookfellers Pallmall 5 Bond ftreet Charing crofs Brother Templebar and at the place of fill There are fome very good portfohos to be foldin the lixlh Day is A CATALOGUE of feverai thoufand including the Libraries of H E N R Y And A DA M AND E R S O Author of the HISTORY of Both Containing a choice collection of valuable in allfciences and branches of and in va rious many on royal and in hue bindings alio a choice collection of Law will be the prices printed in the Cata on Monday and continue by JOHN W H I S T O At in Catalogues may bs had at and in New Bondftreet Piccadilly Pallmail Charing crofs Cern hill without TempleBar and at the place of Where may be the full value for any library or parcel of ot for preventing thede I cays of and lengthening human prepared by It is a innocent and effectual It continues health and fpj rits to the of preferves the faculties and warms the and itrengthens the ftomach The whole frame becomes and more en taking it the breath is and the limbs Tire free and pliant the head is clear and and the heart light jOViaL Its effects upon the fpirits to regulate their motions equalk conipoliug them when and railing them when One dofe will bring con victos It prevents the difcrders that attend a le dentary habit vmd mimbnefs of the hardnefs of hearing dimnels of giddinefs of the fleepinefsT tilfnefs and tremblings is good agamit iethargk and to prevent the re turns of The dofe is a tea fpoontul twice a at twelve at and at night going to in a wineglafs of cold it is fold in bottles at book in Paternofterrow and in Jamess The SECOND by particular GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will repeat HIS FIRST LECTURE UPON As he delivered it Laft The doors to be opened at and to begin pre ciiely at fevrn S 0 H b S U A HE Annual Night in favour of being fixed for Monday March fhe prefumes to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry there arid in order to guard againft the intro duction of improper tickets as ulual will be delivered only to the Subfcribers to the AfTemblies or or to fuch of their friends to whom they fhall give written order for the addreffedto Comely and directing her to deliver ivkat number of tickets they may Tickets for the annual Affembly half a guinea lift of the fubfcribers to the Aflemblies and Concert may be feen at the at Cor March JOHNSON begs leave t return his un feigned thanks to his for their pearance in his at the election of a Regifter to the Society for the Encouragement of and tQallure that he lliall ever rejtaiulhe moft grateful fenfe cf their kind intentions to ENGLISH aid STAMPED according to act of parlla and equal in to any madein are ibid by order of the and for their ac at at the in New Bondftreet iiuen at the Lion and the Garner of the Half Moon and at Mary Ea ftons and in Taviltockftreet j whule fale or at very reaioiiable 7 bis day is The SECOND piice i THE CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE A As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in By Hue adbibe et in unn farce duobus et ejufdcunfimus uterque par en Printed for Becket and in the Strand Baldwin in Jaternolterrow Divls ia Piccadilly and Davies in Ruiil Co To the P R I N T OBSERVE in Lite that amjdit the triumphs of the American colonies over the contitutiohal and le gislative ilipremacy of this conn there is one inflance upon which they particularly value themfelves and it is The hunting out In a itamp in his an efta Committee of their High ths Mob of that country and that the faid regula ly appointed Committee had pafTeilrd themfelves of all his private papers and we all well remember the flame which this freedom with the papers of private psrfons oc cafioned two years when the government took a ftap of this kind and we alfo muft the opportunity it afforded to the Great and the prafent hoaited Whig to mu nifeit their and to difplay their eloquence on that May I now aik the admirers of the Great Com and the advocates of the prefent Whether it be lefs injurious to the civil rights of lefs detrimental to public tlut a mans p ivate papers be his bureau broke snd his life endangered by a flanding Com mittee of a than by a Secretary of States war rant Perhaps I fhall be that the voice of the people can never lend to tyranny that there is a wide difference between the perlecutin of a pub lic officer under the Crown as Ingerfell was and a private as Wilkes that the tyranny and a democracy is lefs and more than that of a miniiter of the Crown aid that one fcene lies in the other pa fled in ultice and and that protection we all have j a right to expect for our heavy taxes to is the fame every where It depends upen our fo cial our and fenfe of honour and and not upon the temporary and political ituatkjn of particuhr men nor upon i the and florid metaphors iof the Great as al things are i now henceforth it is tht tntb cando HI under what now called Whig The mob may refute repeal i laws aflault perfons whom the molt vi i rulent and bafeft fahehoods They ihallbefet intimidate and perfecute re fj iiifult their Sovereign j and it fliall ji bf called the effervefecnce of i I Tlve true fpirit and end of the happy i fliill bfi uo leli wiiich meant to enforce due jj obedience to the ccnititution and aws of the land nd would like the a tem per of and amongil the j numerous of the various parts of its ex jl tended on the we fee that i i America is not only countenanced upheld in re I both in words and overt but fliall ob j through the patronage of the modern and the of one bold at the fame indemnity and triumph an ex j eruption from thofe burthens and which jj diftrelTcd parent groans from one end of her exhauited dominions to the An enfeebled brought on by her generous defence of whofe divifkms calkd for the blood and treafure of mothr country and which is now i in tke fir ft againft the parental I1 hand that pjotefted Upon fuch a geneial inverfion of all the rulesof iTvUude civil the Great and his have furefy fome new fyftem to pro in the room of tltat which former eefteemed the rule ot their con Some whereby to govern their coun independent of ths juftice of an equal taxa tion and to reconcile the opprefled Englifhman to a ftate of which the favoured American Some charm is to attend an act of parlia ment that an American Kau trampled upon1 abroad of that which hud ders at the thought of fupporting a magiivrate in is to wade through blood at horns to exact obedience to a partial It will doubtlefs be a great fatisfaction to the diftreiled BritiJh dayla and his groaningunder the late beer and deprived of light and air alfo by the late window to hear that the favoured Ameri who hath both wood and land of his own at his is not now or hereafter to be taxed nor is itlefs how greatly this given by the ftatefmen of the prefent to thole parts of his Majeftys dominions muft contribute to the po pulation of that For who can doubt a moment of the migration of the people to part of the where they are molt and lead from that where they are not only loaded with every which the exigency of the ftate but alfo with theie additional and unjuft which the defection and difloyalty of who icfule to contribute to the public I have only to remind thisnew fpecies of ftatefmen or however they may natter themfelves in the temporary enjoyments of or funfhine of the that no government can be honourable or that hath not juiHee for its bsfis and which does not proceed upon a fyftem that comprej and anrinnefs that avow and i equality and impartiality in laying of taxes which j is the lole principle upon whicli a free nation ought J to be taxed and fliould any favour or indulgence upon fiich fundamentals be it ought to be extended to whofe devotion to the general I good have defcrved it moil from the hand of I M E T E L L U The following letters art rec A cafional Obfervations on the State of the Englifh Co lonies in A Independent Welch Veries by a young P3Our correfpomienfs figned A Mould have been hfirted tbl but fir fome refolu determined vjbuk now make it dange rous for as to print his are witch obliged to glad cf bis on tiry otbiv ful A be foon if we treat equal contempt the promoters of mifchief and ai we io juftly have A BRITON the P R I N T K MONGST numbers of te ingenious nd in duflriotis who iurTer in their va rious fit nations of life events unioie and cohfeqUently net be guarded againft others fjrom an apprche lion of giving um brage to whofe province it is to hear their complaints and rediefs their none more merit immediate relief than the gentlemen employed in the excife For the lad twenty or thirty they have groaned under a continued feries of difficulties in a great Kial ie to thtir not laying their grievances and pinching befoie the Commiffiontrs of that honourable Board but their motive for keeping tlieir diftreffes To long concealed in their f8iiled as I ohferved fearing t fhoukl cfieKCe to thofe worthy and honourable from whom they rec ive their delegated i heir faiaries are no than fifty anniin ciit of which ima they pay to the civil charity n tlieir Superannuated all parilh taxed in the houfes which live in the next they have eight meetings yearly to attend thsir funcricr when collecting he duties of tlufc is attended wiih nve iLiliings chaige or beiules the tlitre ai c divers other incidental The above frJary ialfh charged with four finl lings in the pound to land which is oaid by the government nnd i faft is only to the parifli wherein they who would he ob that urn co the faiaries were not taxed at if To the PRINT E tlion known the wcrth cf Heavens rich Thou wouldil have turnxl it to a better Have for fome months paft particularly in the coffee gentlemen pafs the letters of the hte I dare fay he has had the mortification to fee it himftlf and tis no from the lingering illnefs he that heforefaw his death coining on as he was become thus regardlefs and he mads defperate and wifhed for an eventual coup de grace but finding him felf enveloped in a railed with fhrieks of inward horror and he of a fudden made away with himfelf and upon view of his body the public have moufly brought him lies buried at Char and ftaked according to when men are afraid of offending or neither fhouid the crood and virtuous part cf mankind be afraid of calj Ting them to public fhame andreprehenfion for their Hisfhameful exit tis be a restraint upon minds Simulated ty prejudices and to be artd at iealt preierve them from the rommiffion of crimes which are fb feverely condemned and Truit man cannot be or a friend to his regardlefs of truth and every focial dares in dilcriminstely with falfe the prudence andhonourof and piblsdi con ftitutional ruins to propagae fear and imaginary evils and diltrait the minds of the pub lic and raife commotions to favour fmiiter bale purpofes Of all the tribe of thefs fneakiug who are a dil grace to the hyp intri Prielt is moft ns well as molt For what en earth wouldany ierious tninking proititute his his his aud that peace which the ilrongfuied wil ever diveft him ef What would he not io to reclaim that peace which the ptfuffion of the whole was he emperor conhl not give There can be norelief to Such a but in peni tence and reformation tis to that in his natural will leek it as the beft apparatus for drinking the Bath wa No more attempt to difturb the public tran which is the bails of public fecurty for whoever contributes to deftroy that in any is a factious The wheels of Go vernment mult be if the great axis of una upon which they receive the leaft frac Let us patiently wait a and we hall find that the wifdom and integrity of the prefent when properly will give us The fatisfaction of a kingdom will be the bed eulogium that can be made on any administration and tis to b hopedr that bleflcd tranquiiity 1iged to make thefe gentlemens what I moft humbly wiih that this tax be taken and added to their faiaries which cannot be but by an act of parliament which hid it If this addition was and free from all it wruld amount to no mere than a genteel moderate living which all ferve their King and Country with integrity di fhouid These are other difficulties thefe gentlemen labour worthy the coniide raticir of the Britiih parliament In the firit the generality of them have and fome of thejn pretty and provifions of ali houfe are at kait one third higher than what they were twenty or thirty years 5 and they are likewife prohibited from exiivifmo any em ployment fave the Kings dutv fo tlrat reltric tion is another great knrdiliip apcn tliein and their fannies they 110 u they are even tied up from having the ieslr tion witi any of whom they furvev and when any of them are calkd off by the final 1 ft provilion for the widow and orphans and their ieulenients are vciy being lie ani io very are tieir thar a trifling mifcake hall prove the means of ing an oicr out of his Thefe circum are vrry and call aloud redreis ic is therefore hoped that your which always open and readv to commu nicate to the higher the diltrelfts of gene pals as well a indivuUials ef your fellow willinvite from thefe prmciplej of humanity and to make the affecting cafe of thefe body of gentemen public in hopes it will the and affect the uihids of the Commifl oners of or ftich othsr of ekvatezi Hiar have it mo e immediately in their power to redrds this really nccefiitated body of I your very h4jnble To the P R I N T E f R i H E many ufsful letter your paper concern JL ing of Poperj given me both emertainnient and The mild and gentle methods taken by our worthy Dioceiaii to prevent ihe prcgrefs of that growing caft a hube round his and even entitle him to the lev s and efteem of the enemies of our Jsot faying this I QUTI inyfcif not a little that no one has mentioncii one prin cipal caufe cf tlTfi 1Jtfpling of Th clerry have indeed been taxed indolence vet tli flopping rather too fuort the nonreiiucncc cf the both of and leems to have been die fruitful caufc of this evil and until this be put an end we need not wonder cither at tlie growth of fuperftition or friend of mine lives in a parifli of this where neither the or even the clerk are Have not the tmhTaries of or the of ihe op tunities of fcwing their lares in rhijfield this is the cafe in ieveral other ie r we to wonder that a vigilant enemy takes ab4e an opportunity of making proielytes church has indeed wifely foi jid inch pluralities Vy a that fhouid cecaiion ncn refldcnce bur the indulgence of difpenfaions fcr holding rhra lities ha the good effects ef fucii a pru dent in f tin Lecturers are a kind rf exotic plants which have arifen from the ruins of cur excellent by rle tyranny of and are undsr few s I can iee no rersfbn wly a iuan fliould be allowed to have two lectureships which begin at the fame without a any more than two he preach at at once Why then flioud he be indulged power of holding than one h faid iviih refptct to lectuiefhips may he I know feverai who cures tlinn Are thefe things xvorihy tion they confident with iafety of i
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