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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 18, 1766, London, Middlesex                                T U E S D A Yi MA R C H H A V 1C E A R A T T H B INGs THEATRE in the on ThiWday the iOth of will be a Serious called S OF ON S B The Mafictentirely compofed by Sigmor petfoni to be admitted without which wiflibe That Day at the aid at half ilioinea each five Bytheir MAJESTIES No iperfpn whatsoever to bt admitted behind the nor into the galtent pit and will be opened at To begin tt half an hour after fix r i t D R U R Y L A N For tbe BENEFIT of AT tha Theatre in u LAN THIS DAY wiH he prefented H E R Q I G L O V E The CRVEL The principal characters by Mr PowelKMn GALLINFs Ball will be at the Affembly T on it is in order to prevent im Sroper that the Nobil ty and Gentry will e pleafed to have their names wrote upon their at may be at The door to be opened at half an hour after and to begin at Nrxt month will be On a fine medium in BULSTRODE WHITELOCKE on the Government of under the m of LORDS and To vvWch is added an alphabetical Printed for in the With the C H O 1 COVE N T G A R D K For the BfiKEFiTof sHUTERv flic Theatre fcoyal in THIS L AY will be preiented VE R Y M A S 1 N H I S H U M Smith j Old Mat Staf Woodward Mafter SHUTISR Juttice Bwf Mafter Cufomg Bram Miv Mr Perry 5 MrWalker CobV Pitt falter Dame At the of of LON DOS fey To which will I M I D A by f To begin exactly at fix Tkit day is price A New of FA B L E S lor the FEMALE SEX By M O O R With Cuts from the Defigns engraved by Printed for Da in garden and WHIG H crown and the liberty of the fubjecl the mea fures of fubmiflion and Itwas the want of fuch eftabliflied which was the canfe of Jamess His affumed power was not a difpenfing with ALL bat only with particular on the breach fame in which the antient precedents wece fome fort of juftification as the yet de fence of Judge Herbert plainly I perceive I have almoft exceeded the bounds of one I fhall defer to another oppor tunity the conclusion fj1 Tbe following letters are Omega Manu Lover of True A Non Stans NEW BOOKS This Day HASSELQUISTs Voyages and Trawls in on the and the Natural of the Scrip Publifned by Sir Charles Phyhcian King of Price A Key to the NeW Neatly printed ty x ITLRsftections In winch fcattVPfincip in jus are occafionally SSaine4 aaS By Father Printf of Printed on Writing for and Tits Diy i CATALOGUE of near TWENT r THOUSAND in and Engliih languages being the Libraries thelite author tofihePoetical Edition of Harveys Meditations the late Tolin of Efq and others whole making afinecdllwftion ot in the various faculties and faiences 5 books of and ot the firft many on royal and Serial paper elegantly and bound m ia the Pans Thefe bookswitl be fold cheap atthe prices printed IS and C to the Royal On Thurfday the and will continue on fale during tlie Catalogues are delivered by in Pallmall m New Bwuiftreet at Cnaringcrofs at Tempiebar i at Johns torn ibTU aad at the place of is CATALOGUE of feveral diOufand including the Libraries of H E N R Y BAN K And Mr AD AM A N D E R S O Author of the Both Containing a choice of valuable bt alllciences and branches ef and in va Tiow many on royal and m fane alfe a cholee collaftion Law which are now the prices printed in the Ca Gtoeuei and will continue by f O H N S T o At in Catalogues maybe had at JwaTof in New Bondftreet Piccadilly Pallmall 5 Ur Charing crofs v Cern Bffli without TempleBar and at Se place of fall Whore be the full value for any library or parcel of books BY T Engraver m VI containing Margin dividing his the coUeaion her RoyalHIghnefs tbe PrincVfsof Engraver Sir Balthazar Geibiei aiandhis family architect and collector to Charles by In tie fame Engraved by by Vandyke of the Dukeof Engraved A Derate Gale companion to In the colleftion of the Earl of N A colteitton of 50 to make after tftf capital in Eng are by with tlie Lives fix after tftf capital Fures in ng by with tlie Lives and a Description of the contaming PfJnts are the Poke of of Exewr at place wtere prowls the pnnt3 pub the P R I N T E 0 THING more common than for political writers to have re courft to the laws of when on they have very little to do with the point fmce if every ftate were be governed by the law of na ture no perfon or property copld be fafe againlt who would have the power given him by nature to deprive him of the and to deftroy the other hence arifes tlie neceffity of vefting power in fome One or the public good and for particular is Since governments of different kinds have been eftabliftied throughout the greateft part the habi table it is neceftary that eyery private perfon ftiould acquiefce in the fornVof his coun fmce every oppofition to it tends to produce ahSiTChy and confufion and that muft be a bad go vernment which is not preferable to none at as the fcripture very emphatically expreOes iti when every man doth feemeth geod in his own It is that no oppafitkm to the eftablifhed government hath ever been with out the fpecious pretence of reforming abufts and aff iug for tbe public gcoft but the effects have toofre quently the ahfurdity cf fuch pretences for from the time of the firft author of Lu to the prefent hath any oppofftion been carried on to without throwing the ftate into fuch as hath conftantly re quired many years to and for a long time hath left the body politic in a weak and lan guid Let us illuftrate this matter a wi go no farther back than the reign of Charles the Firft a Prince whom becrafe he had the unhappinefs to be named Stuart it is now become a faflnon to load with every Some abufes in his government produced very iharp rnnonftrances from his which not being immediately attended at not fo fpeedily redreffed as their warmth fug gefted they might hive been they forgot that they were pofitively commanded by the King of Kings to obey the ordinances which not for ivratb but for einfcience The fire of to its gentleft fpread amortgft and un der the fpecious names of liberty and oppofition to bigotry and threw the nation into inteiline commotions and horrid ci vil However wrong the King might the event mewed they were that they lopped off a limb to keep a finger from a gangrene for after they had hunted their Princefor whole years from place to and at laft put him to they proved to the that none were ever greater laves and than thefe pretended fons of liberty nor did ever one Mo narch on the throne of thefe kingdoms esercife fnch flagrant acls of tyranny and as the people groaned under dwring Olivers This inftance may prove that the opposition to bigotry and flavery means than that a man will not be bigotted or enihved by any thing but his own or The as a right of oppofing any meafiires which we tends only to place a power in the of judging according to their own conceptions when they are Therefore whether a King breaks the or the through faction and are pcrfuaded he it is juft the fame and according to that confufion and liberty and formation is the common Every wife hath therefore certain re which muft be Gods they are not but may err but will any reafonsrble man that they muft anfwer to their fubjefts for every if their own inteiefts would teach them to rectify Had the oppofition againft Charles ended with gaining caufe about the fhip that King would doubtlefs have feen his and theconvulfioiw in theftate would have been The great cry againft James the Second was for fitting up a difpenfing A moft grievous it muft be but yet not altogether fo terrible as hath been frequently To clear this pofitieny I muft beg leave that what may with propriety called of this is certainlimitations of the gnd prerogative ef both Prince and peoplesarififig from and pofitive and the general ufage and which not deftroy but what is the original compact of govern Thefe limitations are neceffary to eftabliflj the juft boandaiies between prerogativf di To tbe Authors of ike CRITICAL THIS nation has long been happily freed from the ignominious padlock on the called an which for ages had tyrannized over all true learning and found ftifled many in and a51 free tke only pure untainted fource of human literature and true The republick of letters being thus freed from the defpotic power of a civil great progrefs has been made by its numerous members in every branch of ufeful in and divinity the polite and ufeful knowledge of common concerns of life true like the funs re fplendent has thrown new and excellent light on everyimportant concern of human fociety and though the like every ufeful has yielded many ufelefs naufeoiis yet it has ample by the many valuable la bours of great and good men thereby conveyed to Sorry I am to that the licestioufnefs of the prefs has produced a phanomenon of a a monfter that threatens rum and devafta tioil to the whole republick of leters like the wild beaft of the traverfes wide and dif taflt ravages the and eludes the vigilance of civil and military power this furpriiing phenomenon is no other than the CRITICAL RE A monthly production of a private hidden a felfdelegated company of huagry merce by their own have erected themfelves into a literary tribunal over the whole republic of letters an where they fit in and pronounce on perfbns more dignified than without giving thenvan opportunity of knowing their fpeaking I in their own defence a yovfer ufwrped ever the paf II without any pretence of lawful autho yet more baneful to the early efforts of riling than the antient reftraint upon tbe prefs it felfi No from what fource you pretend to derivp your authority if you had been raifed to that elevated ftation by the free fuffrage of the whole literary candour and a ftrict impartial regard to a congenial tender nefs and withtrue ought to have been the characteriftic of your determinations in all your criticifm and lucubrations and for the want of no authority whatloever could as to fwpport your authority with dignity to yourfel or utility to tbe You may foon expect to hear further fromjyour troublefome To the I Thank you for inferting my laft My in tendon in writing it was and it remains and not as fuppofed by to expofe a worthy fet of to the ridicule of in allow them nothing more than their jokes and though Jhey are a large part of that reverend body who maintain toleration and preach it If youll call this anact of ingratitude for you will call it by its proper name and this is another hardfhip I had omitted to mention in my laft I will exaufe me if I differ from him in that are unnecef fary on the they do a great deal of when properly and are moft ufeful to the lewer clafs of whofe fituation in life will not permit to attend qhurch in the I am rather apt to believe Newington means that as the town is overrun with fecta it is not worth a lecturers while to as he belongs to the in partake of tbe geod things I have already told that no rector or vicar of a parifh is obliged to preach more fermons than one each and one good fer mon ismuch more worth than all the incoherent fluff of an extempore preacher and it is applauded and received with deep attention by all thole who have hot loft their and are content with found reaibn and found divinity And can this be refuted by comparing the duty of a Clergymaa with Romifh and the various fects of when it is notorious that the Romanifts propagate fables more monfthioiis and abfurd than ever the Heathens did and that the fectaries fpoil the wheat by fowing tares all the way they March INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY IT is that the Great a few days paid very higli compliments to a great Northern whofe intereft is fuppofed ail and it was then evident to full from his own that he had not only entered into certainnegotiations with that upon the fubjeft of forming an adminiftration out but that he was nova ready to make hands with for a good peerage for it W likewife that the Great Northern defpiies his and confiders his folfonw as the motf uiveftive therefore he fet out for Bath laft Sunday aceorripanied by Sir and has left this idol of and monument offiritifh for himfelf upon that ocean of jwiileh he fo tumeceffarily and wantonly In confequence cf it k the Great Com moner has laidafitie all hopes of being created Earl Pjufexti and will fhortly retire intfcSomeifetfhirsv From many other late drcumftariceSj it now ap pears to be more thsfn that the prefent adminiftration is not L O N D O His Majefty will go to the Houfe of Peers this to fign the bilfor repealing the and fueh bills as are ready for the Roj al Yefterday the Right William waited his Majefty j after which a grand Council was held It is confidently reported that Pitt will come into the Miniftry this Yefterday morning his Excellency the Dutch Am bafiador had an audience of his Majeftys Secretaries of on the fubject of fome difpatches from the States We are informed that particular inftrufiions are preparing to be fent off to Commodore Harrifon in the in cafe of any approachirg rup ture between our the King of and the Dey of According to the laft accounts from her Ma jefty theQtieen of France was on the Her diforder was an intermitting and was thought inforriuch that the Viaticum had been adminiftered to her on the 4th of this month in the evening by the Biih6p According to private advices from appli cation was faid to be making to the republic of to obtain a retreat for the eldeft fon of the dcceafed Chevalier de theifiandof They write from the that m almoft entire ftop has been put to the Conmuflioneis fale oi Crown lands in the late Neutral on account of the exceeding great fcarcity of money and an other difcouragement to the new fettlcrs was an ad vance of fifteen per iu the ufual price of an information latelygiven up wards of forty tons of tsa were faid to have been hipped in the courfe of laft month for the differentports ori the Britifh j They write from that the tnedicinal trea has lately been difcovered in the Weftern parts that from peated js found to be equally good that imported We hear a new let of Mediterranean pafies foon be Sunday night died theRight John Earl of one of his Matt Hdnour able Knight of the Lieuter nantGeneral and Colonel of the firft troop of Horft Governor of the illandof Mafter Forefter of the Bailwic of Frkhara in the New and Fellow of the Royal Yefterday arrived at her moorings in the thS Flanders from Two with American oak arriveda few days ago at from Pifcataaua in where the keels of two third rate men of war are laid upon the to be Constructed on the model of the Prince of launched there in June Yefterday being Patricks the tutelar Saint of the lame was obferved at when the Nobility appeared in their and his Majefty and the Royal Family wore crofles in honour of the Yefterday was held another fpechl meeting at at of the Commiffioners of re lating to the bill now depending in This day there will bsa public examination of all the fcholars at Pauls in Pauls church yard and tomorrow the youths in the head who are on the foundation of that wellendowed will make fpeeches in and on different We are now well allured that tke erection of the in under the and management of Comely is at the inftance of fome very eminent gentlemen in the city and that the principal intention of it the furnifhing the and other public with a much morecommodious for holding their genera meetings than any they hitherto have We are thatthe greateftpart of Billiterlane will be taken down this and warehoules for the ufe of the the EaftIndia Com many of the Icafcs being purChafed for that We are told that a regulation will foon bi made concerning the Trading Juftices keeping their offices in We hear from lucklebury in one night laft week the dwelling houfe or of that wasmalicioufly fet on fife but being fortunately difcovered before the flames had extend ed was extinguifhed without doing much da An incendiary letter was found near the abjve purporting that their gang cdnfifted of and that they had entered into the moft folemn engagement to fet fixe to the houfes of other perfons in We hear that on Thurfday fennight a murder was committed by William on bodies of his wife and two finall rington in Friday morning Lift the coblers ftall j of in broke but by the comingup of thir watchman was prevented being robbedyto of Saturda and Sunday morning laft a geneial learca was in the parifh of Giless by order of the Jtiitices acting diyi when fiXtytwo loofe and were and before the Magiftrates at the vefttiQom ot the aforefaid by whom all the orFenders were committed to the yottttg af ter afevere and promife of better beha were Saturday laft Henry Shirley was tQ New for large quan tity of hung up in a garden to Yefterday a difpenlation pafled the to em power the John late of Johns domeftic chafam to the Bilhop of to hold thecomolidated vicarages Of Hypolites and to which he was lately teaetlier with the rectory of in the county ot wd diocefe of per   

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