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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 19, 1766, London, Middlesex I The Gazetteer HAY AT THE TNGs THEATRE in the on Saturday the sadof will be BerJbraed a favourite Serious called D E M 0 F O N T the Mufic compofed by Signior With Pit and boxes to fee put and no pesfons to be admitted without which be delivered That 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 pit and will ba opened at To begin at half an hour after fix VivantRex Being the laft time of performing till after r By COMMAND of their AT the Theatre Royal in THP DAY will be performed With a Concerto on the Violin by Pit and Boxes to be put Tickets will be delivered This Day at the Office in the at Hak a Guinea Firft Gallery Second Calitty beopened at Half an Hour after Pit and jJoxes at Tobegin at Half an Hour after Six WO WEN thinks it his duty to acquaint the NOBILITT and that having taken a Journey the laft Autumn te the GERMAN and to the town of Lower onPurpofe to fettle a proper and to give fuch Direc tions as advifed by feveral of the Faculty in for preferring the medicinal Virtues of the Waters of thole celebrated he natters himfelf the Vyaters he now imports will be equal to thole drank at the Notwithftanding the addi tional Expense he is at in thus properly preferving their they are fold attheufual prkejat his ORIGINAL MUTUAL WATER near late Ejress To prevent any pleafe to order from Warehouse as the Waters of his imparting being old nowhere efe in as he deas only for ready every Receipt re with his own s PYRMONT in great and other Eiiglijb every Vus Day is A CATALOGUE ot near TWEWTY THOUSAND and EngHm languages 5 beingthe Libraries of the late of author of the Poetical Edition of Harveys Meditations the Jate John of Efq and others The whole making a fine cplleSion of in the v mous faculties and fciences books of and of the firft rmpreflLons many on royal and imperial paper elegantly and fplendidly bound m in the Paris Thefe books will be fold cheap at the prices printed AH ADDRESS to the NOBILITY and AS a private Secretary is frequently wanted on emergent a perfon integrity will aflilt ladies and gentlemen or at bisown in their literary connections or compo whether profe or in any given or theme he likewife collects and negociates variety of bufmefs for fuch Who refide any great diftance from town j alfo teaches writing and accounts or privately at with great As this advertifement is founded on ihict the moft inviolable fecrecy will and ample fecurity given adequate to any An addrefs to at the Queenshead in Great will be duly A Sale of iilks continues at the op pofite Cheapfide j confuting of a large and elegant affortment of damtifks and plain fattins flowerd and plain black filks of all kinds and plain luftrings iikewite great variety of new filks for the preient Ryder returns his molt grateful ac knowledgments to his friends for their palt and hopes for a continuance of the fame and affures that many of the articles will be fold at the prices appraifed which is not lefs than from 10 to ao per under the original PAUL and highly fen fible of the repetaed favours they have received from 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 Bedforditreet and Chandoisiireet the Queens Head and Star over each door where they have jtill laid in an entire new aflbrtment of fpring procured in fuch a manner as will enable them npt only to deierve the continuance of thtfr friends fa but likewife all others who may honour them with their Thoie filks which were calculated for the winter will be fold on exceeding low Oppofite Printers to the Royal On Tlmrfday the ath and will continue on jale during Catalogues are delivered by in Piccadilly in Pallmall m New Bonditreet at Caaringcrois at Temple W at Johns Corn bill and at the place of Ibis day of a valuable Collection of BOOJCSJ confifting ef feveral and particularly tfaefe of the Thomas Negus Rector of and William a very ingenioiis painter of both lately f This collection comprehends near ten thoufancl volumes in various and in almoit every clafs ef and many of them in the molt elegant Which are now felling very reafon the nrices bing printed in the and marked In the firft leaf of every and contmuejjjon fale BENJAMIN Removed to Horaces Fleet itreet next WhiteFriars who grves the utmoft value for any library or parcel of Catalogues maybe had GRATIS at the place of file and alfo of Pallmall Rob L in New Bondftreet Piccadilly Mr Charingcrofs in the Strand Richardfon and at the 6 oval Fletcher and Prince at eSSd j MeSf and Thurlbourn and Woodyer at This Day is IS tWO V O L U M E S Price in or H F DEBATES and PROCEEDINGS of the BRITISH of during and Fifth SeiTions of the Third Majeity George held in the Wars Compiled from authentic ami compared wirii the To the In the debates of this period are many important arifmg from a variety of intereilmg toth dorkeitic Several material changes In theadminiftration were the contequencc ofthofe drhates As the attention of parliament was occa employed upon long and expenfave war STboth Frarieeand and the iuppremcn unnatural and inteftme rebellion a moment s will hew this to have been one ef the molt periods in our It is therefore thefe debates have not been collated picture and at the near the Globe makes and fells the beft fort of pnrtree after the and com mon either for or drawings ftrainingframes cloathed and palled with paper fit for or ibid in Any ladies or gentlemen who chufe to have their drawings or prints preferved from duft or may have them done in the beft much neater than in any print m ops in Any merchants or cap tains of hips may be fupplied with any of the above goods extremely well put together for exporta Mouldings in length for town or coun in peartree or or any Stair cafes or rooms neatly hung with prints or India neceflaryji work has a work lo ufe u Swery member rf parliament and every lover ol iVtional Thefe many tpeeches liwerefurniflMd by the Speakers it of Uiemhave been compared with authentic are arranged partly upon with Chandlers which is bocks in Sown to the year as is alfo Tor but with fuch improvements from the jour other authentic as it is them worthy the notice ot every Hritiih for Alraonv oppose m Pater noire Next tnontb will On a fine medium in two SIR BULSTRODE WHITELOCKE on the Government under the form of LORDS and To which is added an alphabetical Printed for in the This day is Elegantly printed in one volume price in REFLECTIONS on the Painting and Sculpture of the Greeks With inftructions for the Con and an Eflliy on Grace in Works of Translated frora the original of the Abbe Wmkel Librarian of the By HENRY Printed for and fold by in the fJt Thofe noblemen and gentlemen who fub fcribed to the and have not had their are requested to lend asabove as foon as pof 7his day is price Ornamented with hh elegantly OUlNs JES TS The Facetious Mans Pocket Containing every fpecies of witj and repartee3 with a complete col lection ef epigrams properly Printed for in Where may be jirice dedicated to David Efq and ornamented with the head of ele gantly The Life of James with the hiitory of the ftage during his time illustrated with many curious and interelting anecdotes of feveral perfons and To which is A genuine and authentic copy of his laft wijl and This Day Two New one in Price the other in price AN ESSAY towards a general HISTORY of FEUDAL PROPERTY in un der the following heads Hiltory of the Introduc tion of the Feudal Syitcm into Hif tory of Hiltory of the Alienation of Land Hiitory of Hiitory of the Laws of Succeflion or Hiitory of the Forms of Hiftory of Juriidic and the Forms of Procedure in Hif tory of the Conftitution of By JOHN Efq Printed for in the for the letters figned Verfes figned PUELLA VKRAX LE A CONSTITUTIONALIST fee laft To the PPv I NT E TS to enforce the preservation of demand and never cas or received with too great readi nefs yet argumei ts of general Utility are attended with their dis advantages for there is in the mind of when hisintoreit isnot immediately a kind of ndolent whicharifes from his faculties being f j wholly engrofied in the purfuit of thofe fmifttr objects that exereiSe his and gratily his that the like a true con imbibes no other imgreifiaas than thofe coiiftantly occur from habitual or fen laal Nor can it be deemed poiitively becaufe a judicious arrangement of com plex ideas is the province only of iuperior with the advantages of general knowledge and intenfe So are the effects of this ttifntcd that the very will is and nothing can force it from this partial but the repeated efforts of induftrious ikill for notwithitanding we experience many cer tain yet we paffively fuffer them to grow up to aligning truly the ufual that what is every maiiVbufinefs is no mans bu A very good doctrinethis to encourage an inglorious and can be taught by no other than a profeffed adverfary but furely the leait devi ation to eitker in church or in communi ties or calls upon every as achrif tian or a to correiit it and by a perfeverance indifpenfably neceflaiy on thofe difcharge his duty with unwearied I be coniidered a neeeflefs repeti if we ftill purfue the thread of our and zealoufly infiit on a fpeedy redrefs our fuf fering poor friendlefs in their andlanguilh ijig under their Ills are progreffive and in their primitive we fcarccly confider them even in the light of incon till time ripens them to a maturity of what we once dilregarded with con We begin to fear with Confidera tion neceflary to protect our own curity councils are and weighty determina tions are required to engage this formidable giant in the mean he deitroys like a and bids defiance to our Thus our welfare falls a facrifice to our and mutual up braidings are the juft comforts of our merited fate Repentance then becomes even ing of ridicule for fuch an univerfal and unac countable negligence about future argues a molt irrational conduct and however venial it may be looked upon in little yet omiffions of this nature in the adniiniitration of are enormities not to be Had an embargo on corn taken place feme years and the baneful race of foreftallers and monopolizers rigidly our poor weuld at this labour under thofe dif trenes which are fo vifible to every fpectator but a conftant exportation of our has kept up a conftant price of our infomuch that many fcores of creditatble and tradefmen have found it difficult to fupport their From the annual increafe of inhabitants in this great me it is realbnable tq that the price of all the fundry neceflaries of life muft be aug mented is it not then highly expedientthat the exportation of corn mould be immediately fupprefled That the Foreltallers of our cattle mould be exem plarily and monopoly of every kind to tally aboliihed Complaint then will never reach our tumult wake our Extreme poverty is productive of various exclufive of thofe which prompt it to be criminal and of all furely they who are made fo through are the moft deferving of com panion To honeft and induftrioxis hard and hazardous are not its leaft Cold and hunger are two mortal foes to health and when thefe enter the habitation of neceffitous is it a matter of any wonder that our numerous hofpitals are ever and that our parilhes mould require larger burying places Sick nefs begets a feeble pofterity and a feeble pofterity finks under its hereditary ills before it replenifhes the fecond All this is phyfically and too evidently confpicuous in this great city whofe innumerable and annual bills are alarming tenons of impoveriihing empire I In luch a fituation of debilitated a ftate is expofed to the infults of its weakeft ene and foon falls a victim to its ftrongeft neigh Remote is this period to Britain May it prove fo the expiration of all temporal existence But unlefs there is a fpeedy bin po litical the prefent generation will fee that fatal Opprtfled with uncertain of periflurig with and bankrupts in are evils though fmgly our lot infupportable but wheh all thefe concur to fill the meafure of our how bitter mult be the draught And fuch is the prefent cafe of our unhappy poor For this reafon it the Itrongeft and the healthieft of our are forced from their native country to take refuge in oar juftly feekingjhat fubfiitence abroad which was denied them at Nor can we blame their conduct if we will but for one ferious place oufelves in their fituation for whatever coun try will protect our and reward our be its fituation ever fo its police even founded on contrary principles to thofe we have always yet it is very natural to give that country the preference to any and fly from our kindred and connections without and without fji The want of employment at is not the fole inducement to our people to make this voluntary tranfportation to others more weighty may be eafily aiTigned and the vaft numbers that are daily thronging over is furely a matter ing of a deliberate and a fpeeaiy preven No man fo ignorant but muft that from the lofs of fo many it muft reduce our internal cramp our and de populate the kingdom no tho pays the leaft attention to this impoli tic Oppreffions fo near an affinity to that it is fomevvhat difficult to feparate for their effects are alike tyrannous and deitructive 5 and to a being endued with the leaft rationality or he tauft naturally draw this that whether he be oppreifed with or cuted for matters of the evil is juft the fame lie Is led to feek a which Provi dence itfelf and wifdom juftiiies Fu gitives on this have always been received by every civilized and prudent government witlriuit able who are are not backward to improve on the ill conduct of their and readily afford that protection which good policy very wifely confideringy that the people ib ever make the beft then is as ruinous to a ftate as for fefy preferTiatian is the ruling principle of all and nof withftanding the latter fties from the initant perils of the yet if the farmer itill abides under its difficulties at it works equally as bad though not fo immediately pernicious for hard late penurious and unfuc cefsful will enervate the itrongelt and lay an infuperable foundation for defpondency which gradually leads to an habitual the and foon extinguilhes the principles of virtue and fpirit of freedom We cannot therefore keep too watchful an eje upon every meafure that may tend to opprefs the nor enact too fevere laws to punifh thofe who hall dare to be the Among the feveral reigning oppreffions of oar I do not remember to have feert any remarks on thofe iniquitous ones which they daily fuf as it is in our courts of confcience and by what I can thefe departments of judicial authority call aloud for a parliamentary It is indeed a lamentable that no human inftitution whatever can be modelled fo perfect as to prevent the abufe and proititution of wicked In fueh a populous and trading city as it was a great pitce of humanity and vvifdom in cur le to eltablHh a tribunal for the ipeedy reco very of fmall where the of the law could nnd no and the rapacity of its agents meet no favour alas it is not the fate of eVery laudable eftablifhmcnt to be perfectly fuccefsful Final determinations without the power of be in any court demand the direction of the moil and wiie judges for too many of us are very indifferent about the legality or equity cf our when we know our conduft is not to be cany ailed con trouled and by a familiar abiife of the power that is invefted in we foon adopt the vices of oppref fion and If then the evils which fome of tliefe courts are charged are really foonded on truth which we are to hope otherwife how truly deplorable is the lot of poverty That they are eafy inlets to the dan gerous and abominable fin of I is too certain but why there fliould be other cauies of complaint requires our A court of con fcience cannot preferve too pure a character and without offence to any of its we mult hope a general reformation may fliortly which the fuperior officers themfelves rnuit with to pro Grievances every where abound and view prefent of our unhappy on which fide you and a very melancholy profyect ap To defer their relief is and to neglect fatal let us then fpare neither labour or expence till we have obtained fome portion of happinefs to fweeten the inorfel of and chear the coun tenance of for man was born but to be a friend to To bt The INTELLIGENCE re lative to l he rebels of the cf Murray ana concerned in tie rebellion in being callel home to have and and to be fent te cannot be To the FROM the time of the great Fab ins to the prefent hittory has not furniihed us with great an example of fteady perfeverance in what was in fpite of the clamours of the ignorant and than that sf conduct during the time the repeal of the ftamp act was in He had embraced the fide of and propofed to cure the dileafed ftate with lenients he ipoke his fcnti which many have now adopted and it g greatly owing to his iteadinefs that the hand of ri gour is reftfainedj and the iword of indifcrete pride is fuffered to fall and not in the bowels of ourmdguided clamours have been excited agairift him How has he for fome weeks paft been the iutt of malevolent Yer9 confcious of the uprightnefsof his honeft he has defpifed them all and though a pain ful diieafe feemed to aid his and forbad hisflrict attention to public like the Roman who i an with the thorn in his foot to bring the j yful news of a victory to his hath he born pain with the fortitude of a for the public and give his coniiant attend ance in fpite of the molt excruciating torments of the when his countryjltoocHn need of his fer If this is not true I know npt what Ceafe to wifli him whofe lofs would be ttill more Severely felt Since this new proof of Uis O ye who are now refcued from the avenging hand of thole who would dellroy you from miltaken notions of dcltroying the honour of the mother country ye Eritifh whofe debts due from the Americans will now be paid Join ye having been pining in and are now again to tafte the fweets of the profit of and bring your wives ami children to join in one joyful excla to the praife of your beneficent of your real friend and of all who have united to make trade give bread to the in and make brotherly love A GRATEFUL
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