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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 12, 1766, London, Middlesex W E D NE S D A M A R C H HAY M A R E AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the on the i5tb of will be performed a Serious called SO F O S B jhe ftfufic entirely compofed by With Pit and boxes to be put and ho pecfons to be admittell without which will be delivered That Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By fheir AJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and boxes will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivaht Rex II A Y M A R K E AT the KINGS on Monday the lythof be an Being the Laft this Tickets will be delivered to Subfcribers on Satur day at the Office of the faid Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two Vivant Rex H For the BENEFIT of Signor E L I Z I AT the Kings Theatre in the the i3th of M wi 1 be per formed a ferious called E U E N With a New Overture by Galluppi aod With feveral alterations of new and favourite new duetto and and accompanied by the celebrated Signor De With After the facond part the louvre and minuet will be danced by Sodi and Mife Pit andbexes to be put and no to be admitted without rickets which will be ae Hvered Tomorrow at the Jaid Gmce3 at half a guinea Gallery five The pit and will be opened at five To begin at half an hour after fix oclock Vivant Rex By the above alterations this Opera will full half an hour fhorter than when it fira came which renders the farmer books Elizij therefore has ordered new books to be Tickers to be had of at in facing Great Poultney COMMAND of their MA AT the Theatre Royal in DAY will be performed S A S O With a Concerto on the Violin by pit and Boxes to be pat Tickets will be delivered This Day at the Office o the at Half a Guinea Firfl Gallery Second Gallery Caller to be opened at Half an Hour after Pit and Boxes at To bein at Half an Hour after Six To my ivtio VOTED far me at the con teftea Election of an after asm of in THOUGH I have not had the pieafure of fucceed ing my late Reverend and your Lec yetam I bound in gratitude to return you all my rnoft hearty for your appeanng fo warmly and chearfully in my at the Came time I cant helpexprefling my at the vio lent conteft which has fo Yoaicanbe noftrangers to the CAUSES of this con teft for had SENSIBLE and HONESTChurchj been as careful to have preferved the peace I and happinefs of the as their worthy i it had been impoflible for things to have been car ried to fuch extremis on their as I am afnamed to and if moft gladly for Whatever or their may pleafe to fay or I do fincerely that the LOSS of the does not give me one but the moft UPRIGHT and HONOURABLE manner m which my and have been forced to lofe When i feu at the be ginning of their MODESTand UPRIGHT I myfelf under a neceffity of iland ing forth for freedom and li berties of in not fuffering the CAUSE Of RELIGION and tO be fo meanly and bafely by THOSE whofe hearts were as as their heads My friends in I will forgive me for mentioning in particular DEPUTY for his ftriftre gard to jullice and and conducting the 1 as far as was in hii in a manrieiLj which reflectsthe higheil honour upon a man of j prudence and Be plea fed of tkisj as a fmall tribute of from ONE who has laboured fb much to keep up the and decency of the election and as a j memorial to the Churchgardens and Heads of the j populous of this what eternal infamy aad dijgrace bring upon their when they will ftupidly or obflinately encroach and iyramiizj over the liberties and cf fellow i I Moft gratefully and your obliged humble WILLIAM This letter of thanks hal been in yefter days had it not been too late to be from preferring the future good of in which their fucceffors were to hold fo confpicuous to all prefent biafling In procefs ef thefe great harafied with the perpetual attacks of prpitituted courtiers upon the liberties of the called to i in the great work of oppofition to the intrigues of j the four of the mod eminent Knights of each I to be at hand in another and there j ready to give their advice when called for on any emer Had they either Hopped here or taken they imparted to trading corporations the privilege of fending Members to that none fliould eleft who were not poflHTed of an ade quate eftate in the foil of the landed inte reft of England could never have been overpowered in any fucceedipg Engliih But by the permiflion given to coblers and to vote in there was a foundation laid for that which now fo dreadfully deluges the king If the difpofal cf too many national affairs did not lie at the mercy of perfons who have no ftakemthe public the true intereft of the nation would always be purfued with a becoming If two rotten houfes in the of England had never fent two Members to the nation bad never beeii torn to pieces by a rapid eloquence which would have been lefs noxious at the head of a A L I s T if jvch G O V E R N O R S as children at T5 Thofe think relent chilJjen wl not free ri to rcent ioc pare thef of the city of Right Geore Lcrd JL Sir Robert Francis Efq MHe Sir Thomas Sir and Sir Richard and hve Sr Matthew av Sir and Wiilinm Beckfordj Eq William Sir William T Sir Jofsph Fcivcliu Sir William Winch Sir Francis FLa Sir Robert Sir Nathaniel P Alexander Sir John Lcl lan Sir Thomas Old A Tn For the of T the Theatre Royal in on March will be presented the FOR LOVE The WORLD well Marc Smith Gibfon Clarke Dyer To which will be added for that night only The Written by reduced into ails The principal parts by Mr and who performed m it Part of the pit will be laid into the f No admittance on the Tickets and place to be had of st his houfe in Strand and of at the ftagedopr of the Mr Smith returns his thanks to an anonymous friend for an ingenious in wkich if the wiHcbndeCcend to make fome fmall hi will with pieafure fpeak it at his The T H I 1 D N I G H by particular GEORGE I ALEXANDER STEVENS will repeat HI S F I R ST E UPON H E AD As he delivered it The doorstobe opened at and to begin pre eilely at feven oclock Boxes Pit Gallery Ss N Stevens new 1 he is until the ADDITIONAL SCENE as The Thomas Efq Alderlga Sir Henry Samuel Efq Mincing If the meaneft of the people had not too great a hand Barlow Eiq in elections could not be attended with j Brafs Efq diforders which difgrace If the intereft Efq of England was wholly in the Kands of the propriei j Daniel Efq Tread auls tors of the good of England would be the regula rule of it is for in the mean that the Barons areliill pofieiTed of a negative That in their we will alwa3s John 6pence John Janus Gecrge I Patrick Blake GrofvenorQir Eiq Queen be Let for the remainder of the term of ai j of which j8 unexpired at Ladyj day at the upper end of Frecmanscourt in j an exceeding good For further particulars enquire at the cabinet warehoufe in the faid made ufeofwhen any meafures are likely to involve o the kingdom in neverending difgrace or fatal It is from them that we have a right to H Cbriitopher Efq I expect relief and protection in fuch becaufe i Samue Clark Kij Great they reprefent the whole and mult be guided by a proper confideration of kThey entirely reprefented the whole kingdom before there The Right fbe Lord New AVilliam Eiq Linco was a Houfe of Commons in being and now that it they wholly reprefent ail who no tiei puties in that The eyes cf the nation are now fixed on them for that juitice which this nation Edward Elq at Charles Efq Richard E 5 at this time haa the beft right to To whom jjj Hammond G E rt U I N E K E N N E L L C O A SO juflly and fo much preferred to flla11 we rePair fur that but to tbole who are s by all who have ufef for its veiled with the fupreme judicature Who can beft NSir John jjanCe and fprighdinefs in bems free reflect on the future fecurity of the kingdom from or as likewise i moft whofe families imifl hereafter moft J for its property of not blackening the finsft fteel lament any errors of the prefent GilesinorptonH i u 5 J J i i i nCal i C1 we rauft have in hopes iihaiv they will not permit their judgments to be flagj garden gered by prefent imaginary dreaded falls cf id Sir is humbly to the and It is particularly calculated for fires in rooms of public as from the light it half the number of candleswhich is necellary with any other illuminate the or the faftious clamours of a room in the molt agreeable manner and on trial the certain preludes of Richard there is no doubt but it will give the moft general j The prefent illuftrious members of that order have U rt l to to John at the trie bottom of Exeter in the who will comply with any delivered to any part of at per fropor aVice tothofe who tell All ofhercoas as as any in Lo id Tbe SEVENTYSlXTH AT the LittleThheatrc ii near the IHiS and EViRY till further The LECTURE on HEADS will be delivered by who never appeared in The doors opened at and to begin ex at fix Gallery To the f U B L I After feveral of our Lords and the have with various made wry faces for the amufement of the permit a Woman to at tempt the arduous tafk of laughing the Men out of their follies that while heat tempts the ridicuie of vices peculiar to the other he will by no means fpare the ftightea toiole of btr This Day is Price tifully punted in Dedecatcd ti his ESSAY on the Hiftoryof from the of that city to convention between the Senate and Burghers in the iyia Tranilated from riie French of DATHE Printed for in Where may be had the fame in French gilt and bound HI K O N I Ts SAL By A U C T I O To begia fr THE LIBRARY of DAVID Efq lately deceafed containing n very good col leclionof books invarious To wriich are added a curious collection of black letter books and old plays with a large collection alfo of cuVious and Arabic manufcripts with a large number cf Roman finely By S A M U E L B A K E At his houfe in Catalogues to be had gratis of the following book fellers Pallmall Bondftreet Charingcrofs Cornhillj Tempiebar in tlie near Templebar antl at the vlace of it now in their power to in the hearts of the j popularity which has been tranfmitteo to them from d iff ant and preferve that j ftitution which their great anceftors We cannot fuppofe that they will ever renounce Aich Imj j portant s they are veiled with over all the j I Britifli We not fear fb great j an evil from hands which have been fo often ftretched j out for our Aclual obedieiice inalljj the only teft ef fubmifli m and actual ance the only aid tliat can be afforded to the prefent neceffities of this A law to eftabiifh the foveM j reignty of our Parliament in America is both untie J I ceflary and It is becaufe f tliat fovereignty is already as firmly eftablifhed as it poffibly can It is becaufe it may give rife to impreflions dangerous to that very au thority which it is calculated to It may afford a handle to the Americans to pretend that that authority never previoufiy and is now only claimed in order to cover a retreat from a novel ufur Bur if the Americans are now forced to they will learn to Obedience will at length become habitual to and in a faort time thofe imaginations will be erafecl from their brcafh which buoyed them up to A conducl of 1 a contrary nature will produce contrary Tke Americans will be confinned in ihey will ridicule feeble declarations which cannot i Eiq I Nichoh Oiinonu John i Robert Ma flu James Thomas Richard at i Sir at 1 Henry Elq j Philip Eiq Which cote Eiq j JohnHenry Efq Peter Eiq in i The Right the Earl sf William Efq peter Eiq Sirjanirs John Elq Peter Elq at Cutts Efq near Kett Sir Henry Cues j be reduced into and defbife an authority i CTrFor the letters ftgned j REVIEW JAM SUMUS ERGO J WJ11CJ Is ieaiLeJ Wllh FARESMODBSTUS Mn And A j A ll is In Twe price bound N Hiilojical and Critical Acount ot the LFL of CHARLES the King of Great r the manner of Drawn am from origin writers and To which is An Appendix of original now hrft y W I L L I A M Printed tor in the Of whom be Harriss Life of Oliver alter the in price REV PAR CAU PIONtoSELLERSand To the HEN the was com peted of Ihe King and the Barons the latter maintained a no ble ttruggb for the freedom of the nation againft the encroaching power of ambitious Minifters then true pat riot ifm blazed in our fe Thefe great uninfluenced by and never led by treacherous were really attached to the true interefts of their They were not to be fliaken by the me naces of or the artifices of Their great ellates scared their fervice to that country from which they and their poiterity were to tie dillinguiihed The in the freedom of the inferior elaflls of the their own independence fecured and In tlie growing importance of the free the lender of their Manor Courts was en and by the enlargement of their rentrolls aflumed a more agreesdile Thus ho nour in concert with called thefe powerful hereditary guardians of tke king on all to confult the profperity of all ranks of people down to the meaneft Their genaous uiulefiled with felfifU and nevrr bent by the rod of over bearing coukl not be by any en The following letters are New A Real Friend to INTELLIGENCE and Addrejfed to the THE Jate treaty of peace was figned March 3763 the great Commoner declared it to be treacherous and inadequate In Auguft the great Creolian conveyed a defire from the of ta to ihegreaf that there might be a meet ing at the great which was agreed and for changed to the greatf Commoneis where the great object of place arrangement was duly weighed ne PUB LIC MEASURE being at that time on In laft month a meeting was defired by the aforefaid at the Earl of with jthe of the and on the fubjeft of the GREAT QUESTION depending betwixt England and America two of theie met his but the who never confented to take any under the great Commoners confe rence declined likewife accepting the in vitation to the meeting of laii A C A THE of M return many thanks to the great Commoner for the employ meats he deftined to tfaemj lail and allure him of their grateful protection the latter will make a faithful report of all the flattery and recantation KlS Gilbert Jo Deputy John L Kiice I Thomas nt cou fq li James I or King John John Sto The Thomas Eiq William King The Right the liarfof Dutton Tohn Robert Thomas Deer Thx5ina5 Eq The Right Lord TJ Peter Kiq Old Sroadh Henry Stevens Efq DcctorsCoev or at BrudentHitrte FrancisJshn Elq William Efq John at Sir Charles Deputy Thomas William The Right Lord James Efq Efq Deputy John ily Breadftreet The Bold nea Cu
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