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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 17, 1766, London, Middlesex                                frfor i rv H A Y M A RJK E T THEATREinthe THIS the will be an A S S E M B L Being the 1 aft Tickets delivered to Subferrbers This Day aittheOffiee of the faid Theatres If any tickets remain than fabfcribed ihey will be delivered This Day at the at and twenty hillings The doors will be opened at ninei and no JEvery Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two Five different will be opened at twelve for Company to go out where chairs will eafily be Vivant Kex M A K A T T E THEATRE in the Thurfday the apth of will be pertarnjed a Serioua eailed V SO F O N I S B TheMufreeutirely compofed by Signior With jtlanceK Pit and boxes to be put and oeribrisrto beadmitted without which will be delivered That Day at the faid at half each Gallery five fheir MAJESTIES No whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The gallerjb pit and will be opened at To begin half an hour after fix VivsmtRex D R U R Y L A N AT the Theatre Royal in DR u RT TfllS J3AY will be prefentcd The j L A I N DE A L E The principal parts by Mr Moo Mr Mi Mils G O V X N T G A R D E For the BEHEFIT of T the Theatre Koyal in i A LOVE WORLD well Marc Smith Gibfon Clarke j Dyer i Oc Ward Bellamy Towhich wiil be added T H O M A S and S A L L The principal parts by and Mifs Brent Part at the pit will be laid rato the f No admittance oft For the BENEFIT of THEATRE Royal in Covent To the of will be preferred For the SMITHS FAMILY MEDICINE from four to ten guineas defigned for the ule of thefe who are difpofed to do good to their poor neighbours bat higKly neceffary far all Fami lies who live at a diitance from an able in cafe of fudden illnefs at In thefe chefts are all the medicines meationed in the Family the fifth edition of which is this day with feme very ufeful obfervations upon One of thefe books given with each cheft of con taining plain and full directions for adminiftering and properly nurfing the fick alfo mahogany cabinets for the fame PJans of the defign are given at Smithschymical in Newgate near Cheapfiae 5 where only thofe chefts are to be March THE tenants of the ground rents in Hatton are defired to meet their landlord at the Globe tavern in on Tuefday the ift of or upon Wednesday the to pay their years due at Michaelmas laft 5 and their if there are any Their landlord will be there each from ten oclock in the morn till four in the TF Thomas whofe mother lives in I will fpeedily apply to in the faid or will nify to him by letter how he may be applied will afford the tohisbeft and not be attended witli the fmalleft injury to him Or if any perfon will give intelligence to where tlie faid Cuthbert may be Ipoke or perfoaally applied fuch perfon mail be amply rewarded for their Cuthbert is fhort and well bath been once lived at and did or doth deal in and other commo IN HIS Old Young Dyer W Wooded SHU TER Lewis Mailer Cufhmf j MrDunftail Perry Mr Wsiker Buck Cobs Pitt Awige Baker i of the The Carfis of by j To which will be A by 4To begin exaaiy fix 1 ViVant Tkkets to be had of at his Jeto Martletcourt and of at the ftagedoer of the where placesmay be Thec S EVE NTH NIG HTs By A U C T I P To beein exactly at fix of of DAVID 1 lately deceafed containing very col leftiohof books uiVarious To which are added a curious colkdiipn of black letter books and cid withxa large collection aUo of curtaus and Arabic maimfaipts with a oi Roman finely By S A M Is EL A K E At bishowfe w be gratis of the fallo wingbook To the GE N T L E M E N of the NOTICE is hereby that the sext General Meeting is fixed tor Wednefday day of at fix oclock in the at the Crown and Rolls taveni in for the final efltabliihment of a for granting annuities to the widows of gentlemen of this Printed copies of the of ifettleraent in the mean be had of jofiah at his oppofne the Six Clerks inChan 5 eveiy inclinable to be come is defired fuch his inten tion to previous to the General Meet a book being opened frr that WO WEN thinks it bis duty toacquaint the NOBILITY taken a journey the laft Autumn to thelJERMAN and to the tovvji ufLower on Purpofe to fettle a proper and to give fuch Direc tions as advifcdby of the Faculty in for preferving the medicinal Virtues ot the Waters of thofe celebrated he flatters the Waters lie now imports will be equal to thofe drank at the Notwithstanding the addi tional Expense he is at in thus properly prelsrving their they are fold at theuvual price at Jus ORIGIN At WATER FLHETSREET lateSyrens prevent any pleafe to order from Owens IParekoufe as the Waters of his importing being foU eife in A as he dels only for ready every Receipt is fignedwith his own u in great and other every Spfediiy TH E P O L I T I C I A A POEM Adcireffed to Printed J in This day is price A Flint of the Right Honourable Lord aftera whole length fitting painted by done inmetzqtint by eh in Ibis day is price For fa letters jttnd G CASSI0 A CONSTTU ELEGY on ANTISEJA laft tKe P R I N T E VERY new account from America confirms the impropriety of that of minifterial favour to which has aftonifhed all the fenfible part of the The NewYorkers bind themfelves to each to venture their lives and in oppofition to the Britifh Parlia and to brand with and their higheft every obedient What their higheft difpleafure is apparent from the treatment the Diftributor of the Stamps met with at a town of the fame They dragged him through the town with a rope about his and afterwards pillaged his houfe and deftroyed thofe effects they worth their while to carry Was fuch rebellious and behavi our before thought fit to be rewarded with favour and the indulgence of exemption from taxes O ten O mores Did ever government before think fuch conduct worthy of a reward Ought we not to regard fo pufillanimous an as being to human and a difgrace to the name of Britain This Creolian Miniftry wiil rob the nation of every fliadow of authority over our andexpofeus to derifion of all ci vilized What has this canine hunger after To the WHILE the important question is Whether American infolence fnall rule Bd tifli councils Whether Britain fa nil rule cm American rabble I true Briton may freedom and candour tfffer his and liipporr his opinionwith all the ftrength and of ar he can draw from the nature of govern ment in as wel as from the nature of free and excellent constitution peculkr to rlus laart of without incurring the difpieafure or re fentinent of tfeat auguft whidi fe eyes ail Europe are eagerly Upon the de termination of tbe prefeut he future of ex at the mode of of ca uill very much Whether the are able or willing to nay ftxty tboufand pounds a year towards enabling Great Britain more effectually to protect America trcm future injuries a Icuely impofed GE them was calculated to do it iu the rnbft eafy and ee gible manner Or whedier a better mode of taxation couldhot have been Lurd to the intent of the ftarap act All thefe are but eafy which might have been bivcd without difficulty or danger to the conftituiion j if they had come before the government by way of or humble rei and free pro if or the hardlhlps attends Lng fuch a But in offerinc all manner of violence to the officers acting under the by legiflaive the American rabble denying the and defying the power of the Britifli their afiemblies obliquiy rHE TRIALof PHILIP Efq late Governor of Guard at a General lately keld at the Mir 5 Templebar s Mrv ia the nsar Templebar 5 the place of fate t i Day is Jhfjf V6 L U M E S or HE DEBATES and PROCEEDINGS of the f BRITISH HOUSE of during L i Of the Third the atthe Nixt mtnth On a fine SIR BULS FRODE ort the Government of under the foim of and To which is added an alphabetical Printed for in the To the t In the debates of this period are many important arifiBg from a variety of events S domefticlid Several material changes in theadmioiftraXion were the conlequence of thole As the attention of parliament was occa employed upon a long and expense war Prance and and tne fuppreffion of STinalural and intsftine rebellion 5 a moment s ill mevf this to havcbeen one ot the moil periods in our hirtory It 1S therefore to t3mt thefe debates have not been collated and that fo neceflvy a work Tins is Price BeaHtifully printed in to his AN ESSAY on the Hiftory of the foundation of that to the convwition between the Senate and Burghers in the year Tranttated DATHE Printed for in Where maybe had the French filt and bound Ibis day is A CATALOGUE of a vshiable Colleclion of BOOKS confuting of ieveral and w a work fo efleutwHv to every membeV of parliament and Jover of cbriftitutional Thefe many fpeechw were fttriulhed by the ipeakers been compared with authentic the are arranged partly upon with Chandlers is tothe year Tor improvements trom the joui pri m r authentic as it is them worthy the aotjce oi evely Bruifli for J larnngwnhoufe Jn Piccadilly j awl ibid by m Rofte liOOKS coniunng HI icveidi anu thofe of the Thomas 1 Rector of and William I a veiy ingenious painter of beth lately This collection comprehends neaiten thoufand volumes in various and in alrnoft every clafs of and many of them in themoft elegant Which will begin felling very the rices printed in the and marked the firft leaf of every continue on ale By B E N J A M I N W H I T Removed to Horaces Fleet next WhiteFriars who gives Hie utmpft value foii any library or parcel of Catalogues may be had GRATIS at the of fale and alfo of Pallmall Rob in New Bondftreet in the Strand i Richtidbn and at the Royal Exchange ana at bxford and Thuvlbouni and Woodyerat Cambridge gold boxes coft us How much are we obliged to the I minifterial complaifance cf our minifterial puppets to the Great Commoner How much are we indebted to ham for fo public a confefFion of his abfurd faith The Great not fatisfied with clearing our Exchequer of three thoufand a year for the dif tinguiflied fervice of inflaming colonifts not fuffer us to draw one hilling from or even to vindicate our injured hafilWWyond the Without deigning to ffeept of a re fponfible he us wftfc Crocawefian in and on Britain in that America may trample on our Is it for this we fed and cloathed him and his him from the infamy of taking fanftuary in his Pe But tike the whom lie pa ftripes for and ob loquy It is treafon with him to fup port the and fedition to that all who nart Ae of the fame proteclian ought to be equally as far as their abilities wili It is no while Indian Sachems rule environs of befiege the Royal with our own hire troops againft our muft be ffaves to their American muft be taxed for fpend our treasures for and die for her when our arbltraiy m afters command We have nothing now that we call our own for America is realty in pofleffirn of thac jibertyi property and fu periority which we fo lately bcalled Kxcifemen may enterour houfes at our moft fecivst and djiturb ourrepofe wiien they will but the nov triumphing ever our and making a joke of our will not allow the hair of an Americans head to be touch ed by any authority from Britain and the man in dares execute an office devolved on him under an aclof muft hang in a rope and have liis goods or renounce Such is the will of the Protector of and who dares fay it mall not be fo ever fovereigy authority before funk fo lowr Is it not in America debafed even to proftitution who dares call thefe outrages trefpaffes They are only occurrences meritingwhat Whether favour and punifhment and difapprobation the late Miniftry was in I dared to haveaUfwrered tliat queftion like a free and honeft affert that combinations to refill the authority of par liament are downright the Sachem ofSomerfetfhire dares to be lb free with his Indian The man whoerhpties our pockets of three year for doing worfe than and raifed the one halfpenny a dares us to find fault with his Indian Let them do What they or fay what they figfor the laws of ia Whither is the fpirit of Britain fled To what cttmeds ouraatient jeatoufy for the honour of our parliaments retired Is it tfxe doctrine of the prefent thy that the Americans can repeal our latys at NewYork fuch doctrine is worthy of Indian Sachem yet the rebels who have acted upon that principle muft not be fay our Indian Miniiters If you afk they becaufs it is their principle that a prin cipie fide of the is liable on the other fide of that beft recommendation to favour in Bri vindicating and encouraging their merchants openly renouncingatl connection and communicairion with unlefs they cn procure a repeal of the unanimous of the whole legiilative for tki reafon their High Mightiiveffes pleafe to have itfo I cooftfs I cannot fee any faive that can fo much as pfeferve the appearance appearancs of any fu ture authority ever thefe infui gents onceiuccefsful in fuch aaatrociate breach of Of all the fraiities incident to TIMI DITY is moft furely and fpeedily fatal j it ftrikes at the rootof ail and annihilates thefoun dation of the fettled idea government and this idea ones removed is a great means of undermining the It is amazing our fhortfighted rrrinifters could find out no way of taming the Americans j no goldea means between plunging tbe fovcrd into their and its oppofite bending tbe ivboie poiver cf government to thetr unparalleled Ceftainlv their wifdom muft be equal to their and their patriotifm equal to bothj or they could eafily have planned a method of reducing the colonies to a due obedience to the laws j confiftent with the dig nity of the and the lenity of cur I hops it is not now to reconcile au thority with K O N O R I U Such Miuiftersiire bleffings foBritpis rt be for they are willing to do us the honour of being drudges for Our debts muff be encreafed for faysthe Great Commoner but no return is to be expelled from cording tothedoctrine of this are bound to fight and die erica j even receiving fuch pay as generous Ame rica rewards her black flaves Ame rica to be fo highly patronized and unhappy tSbe deprived of fuch powerful protectoin Sons forever aliow themfelves to be abufed THE TRUE The following litters are Tom Pheafant Hypercriticus I over of VERAXS letter too latt ia bj infertsd in this days paper i Saturday arrived aMail from March The grind deputation of rha Parliament of which had beea fent for by his with orders to bring him copies of the arrets made by that the zzd cf aird i5th of on the fubject of the of Pau and arrived here and wereintioduccd intothe Kings chamber at lix in the His Majefty in his char of iirpreiencc of the Princes of the his piiy and great and faid rot he firft Deliver to me your arrecs they had delivered and wait 0iy The deputies being the immediately alter his Majdly lent fur the and pronounced his amvver to them in the following terms I haveread ycur remonflrances never me again with the My people arc fubmiflivc and the agitation which yon exifts The oath which I have not to the as you take you to but to obliges to back tb their duty thofe who have iwerved and vy io want rovitablim principlesrepujnantto the coa ilitution of iny You havs to do with arrets which 1 fuffer to fubliit you will to hear the decree by which I have abohlhed and nulled them in Then the Sienr Miniftei1 and Secretary of having the department of the provinc af read the decree of abrogation 5 after which his Majelly fad I am ftfll very drfirous of recalling you to your right prThciples and theriefore communi cate to you the anfwer whichI have to mj par liament of Let it ferve you for a and do not force me to pimimdiofe who ret in oppofirion you will make a report of all that paf At tne frune time his MajeSty remitted to tle firft prefident the anfwer which he had made the evening betcre to the Parliament of rand then the deputies From the LONDON March Saturday In ft being the 8th anniverfary of of Granges and of his Serene Highnelss he age of the term pcefcribed the of the feverai provinces for the period oi his and entering upon the fuhciions o honours and in his fevera qualities of CaptainGeneral and of the Thislongwifhedfcr day was ufhered in at feven in the the of twentjone pieces of cannon planted the which ialvos were repeated at and at eight oclock in the After the Prince of Orange was mfhlled in the their High Mightineues deputed two of their with the accuftomect ceremony to upon his Majefty s to acquaint him with what had and to defire he would ac quaint the King his mailer of it as they did not doubt of its being highly agreeable to his Alike deputation was fent to the Ambaffador of e moft Cbriitian King aid the Agent notified event to the other the Mightineires notified Foreign 5laiilbers   

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