Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser, March 7, 1766

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

March 07, 1766

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 7, 1766, London, Middlesex orlri ell 1H P Daily MARCH AT THE INGS THEATRE in the the 8th of will be per formed a Serious called SO F O N I SB The Mufie entirely compofed by Signior With Pit and boxes to be pat and ho perfons to be admitted without which will be delivered Tomorrow at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By flieir MAJESTIES No perfon 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 AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be performed A XANDERs Arid the CORONATION With a Concerto on the Organ by Pit and Boxes to be put Tickets 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 jPlttuid Boxes at To begin at Half an Hour after Six The SECOND THIS by particular del GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will repeat HIS FIRST LECTURE UPON As he delivered it Lall Se The doors to be opened at and to begin pre cifely at feven Boxes Fit Gallery There being two benefit concerts next week at the Theatre in the Stevenss Lectures will not be repented after this evening until AT the Little Theatre in near the THIS and EVERY till lurther The LECTURE on HEADS will be delivered by a YOUNG who never appeared in To which will be added theCRIES of The doors to be opened at ana o begin ex actly at fix 64 Gallery To the f U B L I After feveral of our Lords and the have with various made wry faces for the amuCement of the permit a Woman to at tempt the arduous talk of laughing the Men out of their follies that while he at tempts the ridicule of vices peculiar to theitber ihe will by no means fpare fhe uighteft foible of ber THE Nisbt on which there will be an Aflembly in favour of being fixed for Monday March fhe prefnines to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry there with and in order to guard againit the intro duction of improper tickets as ufual will feedelivered only to fhe Subscribers to the Affembhes or or to fnch of their friends to whom they give a written order for the addreffed to and directing to deliver what number of tickets they may Tickets for the annual AiTembly half a guinea lift of the lubfcribers to the Afferablies and Concert may be leen at the at Cor GENUINE K E N N E L L C O A SO juicly and fo much preferred to the by all who have nfed for its ele gance and fprightlinefs in being free from or any difagreeable as hkewife for its property of not blackening the fineft fteel is humbly recommended to the and It is particularly calculated for fires in rooms of public as irom the light it half the number of candles which Is neceflary with any other will illuminate a room in the moft agreeable manner and on trial there is no doubt but it will give the moft general Pleaff to applv to John at the the bottom of near Exeter in the who will comply any delivered to any part of at per Proper allowance to thole who fell Ail other coals as cheap as any in Lon Tins day i A CATALOGUE of the LIBRARY of DAVID Efq lately deceated containing a very goed coilectionofbooKs in various and a curious collection of old an4l many fcarce black letter and manufcript To which are added a collection of curious and Arabic with a large num ber of Roman many of them very finely coniigned from abroad Which will be fold by Auction By SAMUEL At his fcoufe in Beginning on Monday the loth in and to con tinue the fix following To begin each evening at fix The books may be viewed to tie time of Catalogues to be had of the following booksellers Puiimali Bontl fireet Charing crofs Brother Cornhill Templebar and at She place of There are feme very to be Told iu theuxth Ibis day is in Twelves Dedicated to his MAJ r Frifce Three Shillings and Sixpence ESSAI fur LHISTOIRE de HAMBOU depim la Fondation de hi viile Convention en re le Seuat la Baurg ln Mid Sept Par D A Londres Chez may be the hi a la For AN ACCOUNT of the CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE lexer kuect A CONSTITU INTELLIGENCE EXTRAOR loft the PR I N T E OUR correspondent of the jd is very lavifh of encomiums on the hearts of the prefent though he feems diffident of the extra ordinary goodnefs of their under For my part I fee no thing admirable in their On the in my all their meafures indicate under an injudi cious influencing an impotent vengeance againft alate whole great abilities fo far furpafs that language is too feeble to make a comparifon between his knowledge and their trepi The extraordinary weaknefs of this rnininry tempts them to get rid of the minute difficulties of the pre fent times at the escpenoof and t com pliment away the honour of Britain to North Ame rican that this or rather our may enjoy afliort lived quiet for that quiet muft be which depends on the generofity of the ftjdltious that fo legible in the minifteriaf prevents their fettling a plan of and prefents us with an evidence of timidity unknown in any except in the mo mentary adminiftration of Richard Had the Romans been tinctured with fuch a daftardly fo unworthy of the good and they had never undertaken that war with the which conferred io great a Inure on infant and in the then future miftrefs of the world formed that which itill continues to give laws to The in their policy relative to the various i cafual extenfions of their have taught all future nations how to manage and fubordinate fo as to unite them in one compact political under a governing bead or ruliicr influenced by one every where directing for the good of the The Romans conceded to their colonifts and acquired in their private all the privileges of Roman fo far as property and perfonal fecurity was concerned but they referved for Rome the fupreme f the power of railing taxes for the Aip port of the whole the fupreme and the privilege of making war and concluding treaties of In all other refpects the acquired and furrendered enjoyed an equality with the Roman citizens not actually in the or convened for the purpofe of cxer cifing the rights peculiar to 1 need I obferve to your that the formed on thefe prudent and po litic for fonae centuries flood tne fhock of conflicting and appeared hardly diffoiubie by the vices of the mcft brutilh of whom faction raifed to the Imperial Why mould not we copy after fo promifing an ex and afTert our dominion over our colonifts and acquired not in words but in compelling compliance where rcfiftance was as was the practice of Koine in her weakeih and ftrongeft So fuccefsful an example might have taught our fluctuating rainifters what courfe to lieer in the dif pute with in cafe they would deign to be taught by fo hiking a precedent or com mon fenfe might have inftructcd that declared refolutions to perfilt in difobedience are only to be encountered by retaliations to or perifh in the But our in lead of copying after tire equanimity of the under circum itiffered their judgment to be overpowered by emlaving and adopted principles of for where they ware menaced at their ptnl to the officers of the that is the were treated as and hunted like highwaymen within the Britifli domi nions and our patient more patient than Patience advifed a gentle diiapproval only of thefe without even demanding of the Americans to acknowledge their or to pay any part of the demanded Thus thefe timid pretenders to by ad vifing the affertion of a in words which they advife not in to infift on to the value of one have given fuch i fpecimen of inconiift as never was before heard of any and laid a foundation for difcord between Britain and They haveadvifed this pretty fpeech te We would if we but as we dare we will leave tile quarrel to be decided by our An honeft and humane conduct indeed Our upright it plume them felves in the that this conteft will be referved for future when they are no How in this they may bs unlefs their na tural lives fliall be as mort as the duration of their exiftence in thofe places which they occupy with fo poor a But be that how it tfjeir kind I nefs to always dear to the is very legible in that The diftrefs of osr occaHoned by American c of and refuels of uniefs the ftampaft is is ths pretence which our Ahitopheis up for this pri dent f up pole the Americans hoiiid ftill perfill in their relenting tiil the ad vifed caitn is or nil fome late rtfoiu tions are will this quarrel then remain to be a Cold dilhfor pcilerify Or tvill our manutachuers then be aain by ihe before tliis new dfo complied with r The rcptal may indeed be made bat to fpeak to our jockey a jojkey it i fix that this will really and then all our datrefs although the Americans are gratified by the At any this ifaffented mud occafion the honour of Britain to beTacrificed to American without any probability of our being put in better circumilances than at as to with America5 fo that every evil we will in all probability be continued in confequence of this unlefs we are allo re folved to fubihit to the further humiliation of ac quiefcing in the further probable re tracting the claim of dominion over and Come late How much is Britain obliged to this for proftituting her honour in this man ner What will other wliar will poilerity fay of thefe timid and difhonourable meafures r1 A fenfible Miniftry would in our cafe have If we have a right and power to tax we ought to compel her to pay fuch taxes as are fuita ble to her circumltances and our If we have no power to make our right to American taxations we ought not to have provoked the Ame ricans tj brandilh their whips anew over our by aflerting in i claim which we or dare make are the triumphs of the fo much applsuded by a Miniitry which fuifers itfelfto made the tool of American chica which is the principal occasion of their nr and their families being reduced to the poverty and as weil as becoming to our If the That a man delivering up whole effects to be equally divided amonglt his on condition that if ever he have it iii they fliall on legal pro entitled to come on his j fuch iams as were then di I would Hill that it in r the payment mould be would be at the fame to clear the goal J tirely of all debtors now by an act of jj or any other method more fuch an inrtancelras not been kiijwu the death her late Majdy fVieen which is vcnrs This I am apt to think will put a itop to all thofa grievances and we iliali pleafure of feeing thofehoufes o ablivion remain dellitute of all fuch as nredeterinined to defraud the An enquiry info thefe cir at this profent would be much to the honour of our reprcieiiti as well as to the huerdi of the and give an uiripeakable fatisfucliod to nery and wii much abhorred in the next ge as to A Friend to Liberty and ihe Diftn reec To the P R N T E QRAY be comical fomerbnes for I think i the L only objection to your 1 hat your pubI as it is defpifed in for buying are If you ihouklbe or rather trying to buy a momentary inquietude willing to make ycur readers a iude aferihe by an inglorious tubmiffion to the moft arrogant 11 itamp art and jhoulcl relifk ray n i I perhaps be tn treatment ever sovereign power was affronted i r t t 10 The following letters are Maria I fend you the inclofed IIuiibrLiliics by will that the humorous utler j J done me no little in the acco Bucks Old i gave of my qualifications and that Hundred The Kingfton Hop accomplifliment in which I i ing on the 11 CPOWDEPx Fearfprites To the burthen of tiie by the de creafe of heavy and nefs of calls alouc for onr mo I ferious to aid and afliii the diilierTeil by reafbn of the above are daily falling into the hands of mercilefs and are M doomed to rot in a It is an but true fay Goal pays no debts and where there i nought to be the King muft lofe his notwithstanding the la ft feffions afforded us an act for their the ftrict nefs of it was fo that thofe unhappy perfons could not receive any relief therefrom as a i principal claufe againft them that any perfon who had ever been without the prifon mould I be excluded the benefit thereof thus thoufands were j cut although the whole time in as moft j people in prifon are involved in other befide jjj what they troubled for fo that there is no method whereby it could be avoided for at fuch i times a man of a tolerable capacity is much hari railed in his as everyone who underltands the j j nature of knows by that when his CROWDERCTs GHOST or a Trip t Wktre Gois iL TIS lungin Iludibraitic Some neiqiibcviri of IM On tsetj to At llfill did opend the debate by at his houfe thero was no heaiins For noife of of And heels upon his Stairs Who dard it was a rath But no it was lo tlve In houfe 5 to keep To or deal thecards about for hi he coidd not think How any one could bear the Of fuch a a eft Squeezed in two clofets and pref No other names fo well cai fit The chambers where thofe mobs fi humbly did p Of ail thofe routs to tl To break is a wro j For when a necks or an arm o credit is once it is not eafy retrieve it fo j It may by ar an il to prevent a multiplicity of detainers being lodged j he is compelled to jivef tin dry notes of j which moft creditors will not if made within the walls of a being told by their atj j that the fame wiil not itand jood in as j it carries with it too much the appearance of coni pulfion fo that by leave of the creditor he is admit ted in order that he ihali make fnch notes and alignments and afterall the pains they of i j prove and he i obliged to fubmic to be ij ftill while perhaps thole creditors take his i to difpofe of them in what manner they think and then very often refufe to give him any account well knowing they have ft ripped hi in of his and left it out of his power to right Thers are now near as many prifcners confined in j as when the faid act took Thus the very intention of a goal is infamoufly perverted in I this equitable and Chriltian A rich man mail go to live in luxury and to lave his defraud and defy his creditors while a poor becaufe he has and is usable to j mail be feat to a place of whert it isimpofllbJe he mould ever have it in his power to pay his creditors a fingle to the difgrace of our which in this refpect may be juftly pro nounced Thoufands of thelaft mentioned unhappy wretches are now in the moft miferable fitu which is not only the greateft reflection on our humanity as and upon as Chrif but the higheft difgrace as a commercial na tion to our underiiandings and would caufe the very Pagans themfelves to were they to be called in queftion for It is greatly to be that the legiflative power would infpect the and fix the laws on fuch a firm that the op preiTed on delivering up their and be ad jured to their oath before a terajmallfee be exempt from going to It may be I that the two milling and fourpenny act is much to this purpofe but at the fame time it is at tejided with many on account of the wantof money to employ thofe wolves in fheeps jcloathing for the lower clafs of who tranfact prifon really deferve that cha racter for the want of the majority of pri foners lie all their being oftentimes obliged to raiie as to fue for the as the debt they are in for amounts before it gets into the hands of thofe mercenary who feldom fail to in fmuate themfelves with the until they get the full of acting therein and when ob they generally doubly a fmal debt by their Its former and hafeits he broachd the That when a by wrongjuderi mot breaks It is emblevi and loula extravagant nni if a Jftrgef ejjc Of all which ever mortal man Can be and never mendee To break the of thofe Thofe of repeated unfane fweatin So prejudicial to their Wailing their bodies with vl He humblv That A few bare and combine To have a weekly or Done Richard I fecc I hate a detelt a Wheneer wj wife invites her I might as well be hunting conies As profitable is the talk As fit and it at my Theres no fubtracring or For noife of and If I revile a Im interrupted Or mould I peep my I might as weil dive with a badger As fum a nf arrears fo lordii in ray ears roars with hollow Juft as my clei k bis wo k lus My tbo learnM ia Tufeafi Hath his two but proly Thinks I cryd to th Lays down pen ends his In ali To make m die with fpleen and There few argument about it the wrre here To thefe tlv rsi did join tluiv Of forefaid hail to make choice When weightir gavt them TQ dance and card it at It hath been for Coinei siv Theres the heavu with correction and There muft iorae wrong For twelve gay months ro thole tint cime Our ball was and in high fame That the writer mnv not here be i he to remind thof s ladies who make uft of fon take to be a other regarded cftenfjv ;

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