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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 15, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daify MARCH HAY AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the THIS isth of will be Performed a Serious called S 0 F O N I S B The MuAcentirely compofed by Signior VFith Pit and boxes to be put Mid hD peyfons to be admitted without which Will be delivered This Day at the faid at hilf a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No peribn whatsoever 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 HA V M A R K E AT the KINGS THEATRE in the on Monday the be an Tickets will be delivered to Subfcribers This Day at the Oflice of the faid If any more fabfcribed they will be delivered on Monday next at the at fix and twenty hillings Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two Vivant Rex RURY LA AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will he prefented IRISH The principal characters by Braniby Mifs Mils and To conclude with a Country With DAP agd A MI N T O 1 C O v ji tTA K D t JN AT the THIS DAY willbeffcefefcWf The M A N ot M ODE SirFoppiiag Woodward Rots Shuter Clarke Mils Wilford Gardner Lady Lady Wood With the OLD The Old Maid new drefled by For the BEKEFIT of T the Theatre Royal in on will be prelented the ragedy of ALL FOR LOVE The WORLD well Marc Smith Gibfon Clarke Dyer 5 Oc Ward To which will be added and The principal parts by Mifs and Mifs Part ot the pit will be laid into 1 f No admittance Tickets and places to be had of M at his ifeoufe in Strand and of t the ftagedoor of the Smith hopes hisfriends will excufe the CommuTary not being performed at his Foote having expreued thinking lit would injury to his if it vtas per formal anywhere but at hisown theatre in the For the BETSEPIT of S H UFE riTWEATRE Royal in Tuef the iSth of will be preleftted a called EVERY MANIN HIS Smith Old Gibfon YoSag Khowely Dyer Mat Woodward Mafter SHU fEK Juftice Lewis Mafter Brain Dunftall Pvrry Coftollo Walker Buck Cobs Pitt Baker j At the End of die The LONIKJN by To which will be M ID A Miv f To begin exaftiy at fix Vivant Rex Sr Tickets to be had of at his tibuJe in asd nt tlVe of the whtre places may be The S I X T H N I GH SAL By A U C T I O To begin exadtly at of THE LIBRARY of DAVID Efq lately deceased containing a very good coi in various To which dre added a curious collection of black letter books and old plays j with a large collection aifp of curious and m mufcripts with a large number of Roman finely By S A M U E L Atfcis houfe in Catalogues to he had gratvs of the folio bsck Tellers t Charingcrofs Cornhill Templebar in the near Templebar and the place of March THE tenants of the ground rents in Hatton are defired to meet their landlord at the Globe tavern in on Tuefday the ill of or 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 t he ANTHONY from and in begs leave to inform his friends and that he has now opened his the Peacock and Rain within a few doors of the Horn Fleet with the neweft and gesteeleft aflbrtment for the prefent The favours there Yore of his friends will be molt gratefully and their orders executed in the moft punctual man and upon the molt realbnable PAUL and highly fen fible of the repetaed favours they have received froan their friends and take this me thod of acknowledging their and to in form the ladies in general that they are removed from the Queens Head and in to a large and commodious the corner of Bedfordltreet and Chandoisftreet the Qjeens Head and Star over each door where they have juftlaid in an entire new affortment of procured in fuch a manner as will enable thenr not onlyto deferve the continuance of their friends fa but likevvife all others who may honour them with their Thofe filks which were calculated for the winter will be fold on exceeding low This day is price A New of FABLES for the FEMALE SEX By With Cuts from the Detigns of by Printed for in Covent garden PallmalL This Day is A CATALOGUE ot near TwiiNTi THOUSANO in and EnglHh languages being the Libraries of rhe late New of author of the Poetical Edition of Harveys Meditations jhe late John of Efq and others The Wtiole making a fine collection ot in the various faculties and books of and ol the firft imprefiivns many on royal and imperial paper elrgantly and fplend icily bound in in the Paris Thefe books will be fold cheap at the prices printed in the catalogue By L DAVIS and R E Y M E R Oppoute Printers to the Koyal On Thurfday the and will continue on fdlc during the Catalogues are delivered by in Piccadilly in Pallmall in New Bondftreet at Charingcrols at Templebar at Johns Corn hill j widiafcthe This day is The Third corrected to the 5th of March with theSlietiiJs lately appointed for England and as alfo a Lift of the Days for holding f he Sellions of Gaol for and county of Middle for the year of THE COURT and CITY Compiled by JOHN Printed for at the Bible and Crown in PauVs churchyard and P and iu Londoa and in in former added Lilts of the Uriiverfities pf the Navy the Hofpitals at Haflarand Portfmou the capitals Cthe and and of fcrend fclfions for the letters Jigned PUBLICO figned and A Copy of a Letter from To the OUR correfpondent the Ilth dif2ieafed with criticifm on Mis former What I faid that Traffic s very iavm encomiums on the hearts of the prefent Miniilers though he feems fomewhat diffi dent of the goodnefs of their underftanding and I that whoever perufes that in your paper of the id will approve of the criticifm for Traffic lays it down asa certain agreed to by every that the prefent Minifters are eaducd with good hearts whereas he treats it as problematical that their undsiftanding is equally and acknowledges that the decifion of that paint depends on the propriety of a meafuie which all his fkill is not aole to Jkivew that North American mer and manufacturers for pre difpofed by their prefent condemn regard as the fource of the difficulties which tey now labour under whichin trufti arife from American iniolence and American dif But doth it become a Bvitilh Miniftry to be fo blind to the real origiriof thefe evils It can not indeed be expecled of the prefent flialowheaded that they fliould difcover the true cattle or be capable of providing a proper remedy for thefe raging The good of the true glory of the country they to appointedto and the general thewhole are motives of too high a nature for them to be guided They neither can defcry the propriety of reafonmgs drawn from thefe noble nor difcover the folidity of arguments founded on true and approved by the ex perience of pad I am not at ail furpriied to that a citizen largely concerned in the or one whofe debtor lives in mould argue in the fame cobweb rcunner with Traffic nor ihculd I wonder hearing a flimfy eloquence of ibrt from the gentlemen of the turf now deckd with the name of Minifters but all men of fenfe that the clamorous of and the refolutions of re volting are only to be encountered by firm nels and Jtnd the overawing voice Honeft and upright Miniiters would never be in Suencad in the great affairs of ft ate by a fingfong ftory from the turtle and the ex pectation of gold The promifed good behaviour of the North Ame vainly by our pusillanimous Mini and muchinjured is an event whicl cannot be depended withouta njiracle and certain I that to encourage children in their frowardnefs has always been deemed the worft me thod poflible of reftiFying their bad difpofitions at if fuch a method mould ever that agreeable aceident would be more juftly afcribed to the extraordinary goodnefs of the child than to the wifdom of the who purfued fo uncom mon a method of And if this extra ordinarygsodnefs of temper is reafonably to be fup pofed inherent in our North it may eafily oe guefled from all their unjuft refolutions with re fpecl to the payment of debts due to our Is it conformable to common or the di rections of to avenge on our merchants and artizans the real or imaginary faults of our le Hlarure Is fuch a perverfe conduct juftifiable Are thofe men to be efteemed either tolerably or tolerably who fufpend payment of their debts upon fuch bafe pretences Are their late wicked and illegal affociati0ns evidences of that American goodnefs and American fenfibility which Traffic fo ftrongly contends for Would any commonly or juft ad udge the reward of exemption from to practi ces of fo heinous a nature A man of fenfe would certainly be of that the reformation of a with equal be attempt ed by complimenting him with a ribbon or a coro diftinctions of a lefs valuable than that of an immunity from Traffic cannot bear that the plan of repealing the ftamp without impofing another tax on mould be afcribed to timidity But to what other motive can this prepofterous conduct be mputed Was the ftamp act never fo what reafon can be afligned why no ether tax mould e planned to be laid on that proportioned o our and the abilities of America This American I am is the only niniilry we could have which was capable of o great a fblicifm in Are the Americans able to pay nothing annually towards the expences of the public They will too ioon I too fatally convince us of the And the fhewers of which will quickly traverfe the atlantic in queft of new mailers in this part of the ll be fmall evidences of the abundance of Ameri can In the mean nothing can e more plain than this polition in the records ot that tire protection America receives from our fleets and entitles us to what they can pare towards the annual expence of the And till our unfunded debt is funded to the fatisfac ioa of our j uftice commands us to lay on axes wherever we can raife Grenville and acknowledged the juJidoufnefs of bn of morality and the patriot love of his which glows fo ftrongly in his would not per nk him to negleft fo ufeiul an how Contemptible foever it may appear in the eyes of this Wheja that men who are deterred frons juftice by are not guid ed by timidity or can prove that America is not in oint of boand to contribute to the annual expence of this on account of the annual srottction me receives from I fraall acknowledge he propriety of repealing the ftamp without aying a fingle fiatpence on the colonies in its Nor has that as any reafon to boaft of the underftanding of this with refpect to their conduct in the cyder In another letter I may perhaps confider that ittle to their being long ought to be The folloiuing letters are Hefternus Tom A great Number who do not keep Yefterday arrived the mails from France and Hol by wtiich we have the following ad vice Extraft of a letter from dated of this died here the 3d of this at two in the morning and Ma uoinet who was ihvefted with the dignity of the fecond perfbn in the was elected and proclaimed vthe fame day in his immediately after his caufed the fuperb palace and garden of the fourth grandee cf the to be and fent him to Tre mezen to be On tke 6th Mahomet renewed the treaty of peace and friendfhip concluded between the late Dey and the Republic of the United from wham he expects fbmething more than the ufual annual and has fignined as much to the DutchConfuL It is juft now reported that the new Dey has refblyedjjo declare war againft the S the of a letter from March 13th a great number cf famifhed wolves appeajed on the frontier of the and devoured feveral Twenty peafants running to the aififtance ofan unfortunate whom one of thofe animals was tearing to bealt quitted its prey and raade towards howl ing moft The countrymen fhor at him and and having no more were for running away when one amongft who is fixty ryears age after exhorting his comrades in vain to follow him determined to go armed only with an to ia their the which was returned to its The animal flew at but the peafant got him and en gaged him with fuch vigour and that he fbon killed without receiving any wound him The King has ordered an account to be fent him of the family and condition of courageous to whom his Majefty has reiblved to grant a He has already made known his intention that his if he has fhall be exempt from ferving in the Some gentlemen of the can ton a hunt on the i6th in they killed three wolves j and another was killed the next Thurfday a mefTenger was Tent off with for Lord George charged at the French Court with the affairs of Great ia the ab fence of his Grace the Duke of On Thurfday fome inductions were fent off t o his IvlajeftysConful at relative to rhe late capture of a Spanim by a Corfair of that na near The report that the Duke of York is to be au pointed Lord High Admiral of is again re We hear that on Monday next it will be publicly known whether the Gieat who is fervedly the favourite of every veilwiftser to the n tereftand welfare of this will be appointed to a high department in the adrniniitra A certain northern it is was lately difcovered in difguife at The moment he found himlelf he a horfe which and attended by a couple of tosk leave of that By letters frora Cadiz we that the Sparrfh Courtis determined to keep a number of fhips in the neighbourhood of their American fettlernents in cafe the Englilh fhould take off the reftrictionon the commerce of their northern colonies to prevent the pofiibility of an interccurie between their fuhjedts and ours in thac quartan of the They write from that a fine new bomb ketch was juft arrived there from where two others were building for the French Private letters from Genoa that very large urns of money have lately been remitted thens from the Court of Madrid but on what account not By letters from New England there is that feveral veifds were loading at Cape Jireton rock from a mine lately discovered for New which would be a means of Caving large Aims yearly remitted for European for the ufe of tke Letters from that mipwright at Hob had undertaken to build veflels for the after the rate of forty hillings fterling per ton which was full as cheap as could be done in any part ef New Several pieces of cannon were faid to have been fpiked up at Savanna in when the laft ac counts were received from Both Houfes of Parliament are adjourned till Mon day A certainnoble formerly as eminent for his wit as his being lately afked why he did not chooie to peak upon an important in a certain moft honourable a That once he had a pair of ferviceable by whofe afliftance he could hear every fylhble of a but that his auricular faculties being now pretty much it was too great a rilque to hazard his A genteman who arrived in town on Thnrfday from and who was at the Hague the day the Stadtholders Irrthday was kept the illuminatiouson that occafion were the rnoftfuperb ever feen in the united particularly the hotel of his Excell ncy Sir Jofeph his Ma jeftys Ambaffador Laft Monday failed through Cowes the Boreas transports with for the coaft of The from Philadelphia to is loft at Yefterday arrived at her moorings the Anthony from Arrived in the river from trie New Captain Jan and the Foppe We are that the Eaft India have not pt tue fmallsftadrice whether the Kent the ihipin which Lord Clive is arrived at the place o her We alb heiiithat there is likely to be fome putes between the aaci the to the trade of theIatter in that Orders are fent down to for bme fri gates of war to bj fit red out in oider to with the NewfounJiand We are told that a certain worthy now on his travels in has lent orders from to his fteward in to pay oft all Iris tradifmens bills til Chriftmas in coniideration of the pre fent high price of all kind of and itag nation of A large parcel of riding and proper fur are now making ready in town for the ule of the domeftics of his Po iih which go over to Dantzick by the ririt along with feveral mru and a pack sf fine Englifh with many other Thurfday a great number of and carpenters were ihipped in the river on the for Gibraltar as were the fame on board the above fix hundred and twentythree firkns of butter for that By letters from Scotland lail poft we are that fixtytwo hips are fitting out in the different ports of that kingdom for the Greenland moft of will be ready to ail by the beginnim moft of which of next We hear an addirional duty is be laid on rhe importation of Spanilh An account of the quantity of bariron imported from the Baltick in foreign botc ms during rfie laft three is preparing for the inflection of an Auguft We hear that a bill is in agitation to grant no jfe fona divorce in cafes of who fhall Cue rot pecuniary A talk prevails that the pay c f the navy will be con fiderably We hear that a lady of great fafhion is threatened with a for day willbe held a ipecial meeting of the Commiffioners of Sewers at relating to the intended deiign of new paving the city of Lon The fame day will be held at a Com for enquiring into the corporation rights iu the five city It is a matter worthy cf the city of Londons con iideration to enjeavur to get redrdled the inhabitsns are daily and cf them are full x hillingsin fe to the land tax yet that the county do ia feveral pay Wan eightpence in the pouud andveVen this may be likely to be toon andihat on count of great encreafe in the of noble buildings in Weltminiter and other pamcf that populous It is that aotwithftandingby the ori ginal unrepealeJ orders of Hie noneare to be admitted into a certain royal buj frefraens yet thac out of ioon tobe 86 cijilJren of thofe whofe parents nre no u or ire not are allowed to be
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