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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 13, 1766, London, Middlesex ef and New Daily MARCH HAY For the BENEFIT of Signor E L I Z I JL T the Kings Theatre in the THIS DAY the ijth of M will be per formed a ferious called E U M E N a New Overture by Galluppi and with feveral alterations of new and favourite new duetto and and accompanied by the telebrated Signof De With After the fecond part the louvre and minuet will be danced by Sodi and Mifs Pit and boxes tu be put and no perfons opened To begi nrecifely Vivant tfex N B By the above alterations this Opera will be full half an hour Ihorter than when itfirlt came which renders thelormer books Elizii therefore has new books to be Tickets to be had of at Crowther in facing Great Poultney AT TUB THEATRE in the Saturday the isth of will be A The Muficentirely compofed by Sigmor With Pit and boxes to be put together and to be admitted without which Tht Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their 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 A y AT the KTSOS in the on Monday the i7thof be an Being the Laft this Tickets will be delivered to Subfciibers onSatur Jav at the Oftice of the faid Every Ticket will admit either OneGen Two The FOURTH Being poiitively the LAST TO MORROW by GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will repeat HIS FiRST LECTURE UPON As he delivered it Laft The doors to be opened at and to begin pre cifely at fevcn Boxes Pit Gallery Stevens new The is until tlie ADDITIONAL SCENE as d cured is March THE tenants of the ground rents in Hatton defired ta meet their landlord at the Globe tavern in Hat on Tuefday the i ft of or upon Wednefday the to pay their years due at Michaelmas laft and their if there are any Their landlord will be there each from ten oclock in the morn till four in the ENGLISH and CLEAR STAMPED according to act of and equal in to any made in are fold by order of the and for their ac at at the in linen at the Lion the Corner of the HaTf Moon Cheapfide and at Mary Ba ttens and whole fale or at very reafonable Far An Abftract of the thirteenth part of the in the feveath year of the reign of King Edward the relative t J the City Hofpi laji U iv A N T the Theatre in TUIC D will prefentect J CLANDESTINE The prinoipal characters by Mr AiS Mifs Ps Mrs and With a PROLOGUE and C O V G A K D T the Theatre Royal in DAY will be presented aft IRE of A L S A Woodward Belfrad Hull TI i TV Aw Si TT Youn6 locks wara Burden MifsVincent With M I P For the BESEFtT ot TRE Royal in on Tuef the of will be prefented a IN HIS Kifetv Old Mr Gibfon Mr Dyer Mat w00dwara Matter Mr SHUiER Juftice Mafter Cufhing Brain Perry Lewis Tickets to be had of SUUTERfrat his ia Martletcourt and of at the of the where places may be Tbe FOURJH N sNj To beein exaftlv at ftx o ot T of DAVID Efo eV deceafed containing very good col in various which are a curious collection of black letter books and with a large collection alio of curieus old Arabic nufcripts with m 1 At in Channgcrofs 5 rriic Dedec ited to his LCU Y si on the Hiftory of trom and the Middle thtf P R I N T E T would indeed be happy for this if the extension of the trade of our colonies was under taken by an intelligent and pa triot who real y under ftood the nature of our planta tion and perfectly knew thetnterefts of Britain in America but how pro per arrangements in confiftent with found are to be expected from gentlemen equally ignorant of commercial and ftate I mult leave to merchants of understanding to I do not pretend to know whether relative to our is or not a minifterial fcberne j but this I will that his in your paper of the loth is fo fo dangerous to and fa inconvenient to our Weft Indian that I hope it never will be at tempted to be put in The North have of lata given fuch inconteftable proofs of difaftection to that we ought to be very cautious of propofmg any method for encreafing their importance fo as it mult 6e promoted in cafe your correfpondents fcheine is agreed under a preemptive expecta hat their riches will in time center The probability is ftjxajger on the other that the fafter thefe colonies encreafe in the fooner they will break off that which conveys their wealth by cutting die Navigation Act into and trading with all nations as a free and independent They are already our rivals in an 1 candidates for What will they not pretend if their ability to exert their Democratical predelections was equal to their inclinations It I evident from the late pro ceedings iu that we have no intereftinthe opulence of the North fave only to ca pacitate them to pay for our I am may be effe6led at a much eafier than that of granting them iuchan unbounded licence to trade in as your correfpondent if thefe conceffions were to be made to North that lumber and provi nons from the which our WeftIndian da51y ftaud ia need would ueceflarily be come dearer thau at when they have no other lavfal market for thofe articles except thefe whereby the improvement of our WeftIndian do minions mull be greatly and the price of greatly enhanced in We ihould aifo feel this indulgence in ouAiowe in the rifmg price of al ready dear and hard to be come Nor re we ignorant of the intrigues of the North Americans with the Dutch and to the great prejudice of the commerce of the mother which in that cafe thefe reftlefs colonies would K niore at liberty to difpofrti of the North Americans perfuade a quite M treatment of command us to retain I lens as we can in a ftate of fubferviency to Btttaia I and her real chiWren the colonifts in nnd counfel aa iivhibition of all the North Americans and except in wur and under our Our are our real poiTefiions in Ame rica they furmlh us with a ftapJe comaw 1 besides feveral other rich and valuable articles oftrade too tedious to be here recounted j ate wi ling to encreafe our national revenue have ahways behaved with a nlid obedience to our legislature and their averfion to the French is equal toihepro nenfity of the North Americans to trade with thefe our rivals in Our principal intention t to be employed in promoting the ties into the large continent they to the I great impoverishment of our Britiili For this and that all our fubfects mJjht have the benefit of the valuable Spanim trade in Ame there may be three free ports operied in the three iflands of and An tigua under fuch restrictions as hall be judged ne ceffary by the Board of trade to which both French and Spaniards mould have liberty to repair for pur chafing all mercantile commodities the Spaniards to come with bullion and the French with bul or loaded with There the Trench might the North American lumber and and here the Spaniards might fupply themfelves with the Britifti of which they are fo If the French could not otherwife have the neceiTary quantity of thofe we can make no doubt of their coming for them to thofe markets nor need we fuppofe that the Spaniards would be back ward to refort to thefe their de fire after Britifh manufactures is fo But the thoTethievifli ought by all means to be excluded from all our ports in the In this I believe we might our NorthAmericans with markets for the produc tions of their without the danger of iheir all forts of French manufactures into their large continent and as their markets would be in our Wed Indian thefe islanders would have an opportunity of furnishing themfelves preferably to foreigners with what they I cannot certainly that all the North Ame rican productions cauld in this manner be difpofed of but in this way they would fell as much as with ceded where hands are the man who takes a trout in a or a rrifb ceep him from ftarving Why fhouk a larger band of or rather uncivil juard againft rhan do to guaid oir whole yet not the delinquent wth equal feverity Would not thofe now m be better employed at the hoc cr miH The pfefent frve only to encourage per jury enough te draw the Almightys ven geance on the and indues the revenue of ficers to betray thelrGodand ihiuggief is let pafs eafily to that he may yield a btttr booty To fupprefs thefe the banes of credit nrd rir let all who are not aiid wlio fuppoit their A M E R C H A N the African and that ufual to Britain and the WeftIndies would be fufficient enable them to pay for our and that is all we ought to look More would enrich the inhabitants of the without bringing any the leaft advan tage to any other parts of the Britifli an event which ought not to lie within our or ra ther ihould be carefully guarded againft by proper as the growing opulence ot the North Ameri cans ought now to be viewed by us with a jealous It may indeed be that the woods of North America are an fund of fit for building as well as of But this is a great miilake for if the woods near the mores and landing places were cut the price of deal and would certainly to the great prejudice of the mother coun as well as that of her WeltIndian colonies fo on we ought not tobe too forward to indulge the colonies in an unbounded licence for exporting at their pleafure the whole of their cr as much as they can find markets for any Their beyond what is enough for the oper ation of our may be but never can be profitable fo As it appears abfolutely by any other to prevent the importation of French fugars into our fo juftly dreaded by your correfpORdentjOrto pata period to the other brandies j of fo iliaroefully carried on in our North j American I hope this fcheme will be for the univerfal advantage of all the Exitifli I ceuld not only enforce this propofal by many more but alfo that any ether com mercial and in particular that of your cor would be fraught with many very dreadful if the extraordinary length of this letter did not call on me to drop my pen for which reafon I muft defer this fuhject to another A REAL FRIENB to To the P R 1 N T IN your paper ot to day I a long letter figned repreftnving the hard cafe cf Seiru I will allow what lie fays to be very t there was a neceility for but it appeais to me that the rector or vicar of a ought to i nvidt fufiicient cure for or elfe he has no longer aright to enjoy his and I believe the oblign gation he enters to his parilh in the fundamental principles of will fufEcieutly fupport this Allowing thefe prcmifes to be permit me to aik the learned in thsle if the whole body cf lecturers btLig nbo aji unneceffary expeuce to a pariih that if a petition was preferred ro n certain great or even to the Biflup of the the would not be obliged to find his parifli in vthcitin ftruction which had folemnly promifed to per form If this was unfwered in the and enforced by proper fo benefit as Brides might demaml two ferrnons on a Sunday without tke incumbents thinking he had a hard bargain cf it j nay if hedidnotchufetofatiguehimfiflf fo There are many ingenious men would do the bufiaefs of his parifli for half his If we compare the duty of a clergyman of the eftabiilhed church with vkofe of the Romifn perfua and the various fects it will bs found hat thefe are far mere awd this is the reafon why our churches are fo very thiii en Sundays and or I fubmit thefe things to the confideratisn of the requefting the tiiat genticrn in your would inform me of the ir obligations that aie required trejin a reverend gentleninn on being inducted ft to his living snd hall with an old French Point Foint de No No I for the year i SCP r DiSv M an the Sofi the feveral teffions hthe citals of opulence of our and their i by appropriating North American commerce to thefe iflands and according To a judicious My is not to inhibit the North Americans entirely from commerce with the French j they cannot otherwife have molalfes for providing the neceffary quantities cf rum for their African which is not aryet to be obtained in our islands by a very fimple arrangement in I oelieve the Aaiericans may obtam a fufficient quantity of that commodity for that pur without hivwg it their tinder that to pour in a deluge ef cwramoui ftllowing litters ere Honeftus Surgeon 0MARK FiNIsV two litters are come io t i ii To the PRINT E HAVING weighed with due attention the argu ments for and agtonft the as well as confequence that may refult lamfoiry to differ fo far from opinion of many of my bro ther as to think in urging the re have acred mere inconMent than I aim oft ever knew in preferring prefent advantages to fu turepermanent But that is and I hall not fey more on that fabjea but mark well the What I would how recommend to wlnlit tfcey have on the to urge the enaction of foine propel iaws for the recovery of their pro perty in all parts of and for the and remittance of the eieSffof correfixmieHts dying in thofe which4wne long and been 1 to the rsSnof and fliameof their Affembly laws I urge this Home to the becaufe we have proofs of their This expedient is focsufiftent with their rufcng that I am fuiTprifcd it has been neglected thty muft be feniible ot the great difficulties they kkboiir under in recovering their effects AbroaeUlntt in our WeftIndia iflanis in They are perhaps afraW of offending their American Lords and Lawgivers for I am confeienttaatiyof ttem iave lately acted againft their reafon and from fear to tfae great s of their once refpeited Another J would recommend to and the in the prevention of which has bkberto ail our efforts aad I will venture to will ever do till foine nioreri Isws arc made to prevent it not by for and petty will it ever be pre vented which chiefly faHoi feme innocent perfon j for a fmuggleris generaly a tiiat ha liftle property to it is cor poral that will everetfe4r tlie Wlw who robs violate its and by his im the be fcnt ro our To the P R I M THERE have been many fehemes on foot pf hve for iiiipoving cf the high ftreet sn the Bo ni for it for car I riagcs and foot there has been a bill car j ried to the fioufe for paving the faid taking I down the ami for removing all public nuifafices iwe were aiio to hnve a roll us for to help to pay the of vn alteration and it vvs propofed that the bar ihould be fixed at Georgrs where car pavement was to ended but here we are cppoied by tlie Kentiih we will 3ree to pave Kentfrreet up we agree to have ftiil a greater diriiculty I to furnioiuif Glasss Jrhns are to oppoa us without we will spree to puse Toolcyfhee1 mi jiarnabyftreet alfo at our fuppoiing we agree to pave thofe two what muft be the confequence of it We hall then have very little uic for our bur at the as moft of the carriages going into Kent will certainly thofe two ftreets to avoid the as it is very little out of their way in the we dial eftabiifh that trade and commerce in their which we intended t3 fecure in our I in 3 Short to fee thofe things amicably fettled to mutual and that every thing may go on in the greateft pre fperity A TRUE March Avid a Weilwillier to its Trade and To the P R J N T E SEEING in your paper of Monday laft a para graph ivhich informs the that the names of all peilbns who are protected by Foreign Asn baffatlois be ftuck up in the two by tke is no as they have been put up there a conilderable time 5 I Ihouid be glad to be why it is not as neceiTary to put up be names of thole who are protected by the English who are not their at and have uo other connections with them than now and then to teach their children to or to dance And I fhould likevife eftecm it a if cf your conefpondenrs would infojm me wlrsihti fuch protections will really ftand A injured by a protected L O N D O Some difpatchus of importance are faid to have wetk been iecc ivcd from Lord Vifcount StoiMio his Majeity at the Court of Sorae diiagreeable advices areihid to bei ceived on from North America i but particulars are It is that the Hans will be appointed Govenjor of Souvh cafe Lord GrcviHe iVjontague ihould Heiiry Efq in tls Letters from Bofton in New ciied ia a u
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