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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 21, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and Daily F R I D MA R C H HAY KL E MAR AT THE irtGs THEATRE in the the aid of will be Performed a favourite Serious called the Mufic compofed by Signior With Pit and boxes to be put and jio pecfons to be admitted without which will be delivered Tomurrow faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their M A J E S TIE S 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 Vivant Rex Being the laft time of performing till after the AT the Theatre Royal in CoventGardeiij THIS DAY will be performed With a Concerto on the Organ by Pit and Boxes to be put Tickets will be delivered This Day at the 03ce in the at Halt a Guinea Firft Gallery Second Gallery Galleries to be opened at Half an Hour after Pit and Boxes at To begin at Half an Hour after Six For the BENEFIT of Mifs J the Theatre Royal in To of will be performed ie BEGGARS Capt Bsard Shuter Dunftsll HwJtom Anderfon Bennet Mat othe Baker Diana Copm Green Mils With a Hornpipe by Mifs and a Country Dance by the Characters in the To which will be added MISS IN HER Fribble with a Song in character Shuter j Woodward perry Dunftall Holtom a being the firft time of her on any ftage Mifs Biddy Bellair with Song in character for that night by Mils BR E A new Duet will alfo be introduced be tween SHUTER and Boxes Pit Fiift Gallery To begin exactly at fix Vivant Rex Tickets te be had of in the next the Coventgarden 5 and of at the ftagedoer of the where places for the boxes may be For theBENEFIT of D13 N AT the Theatre Royal in on the of will be revived SMOLLETTS HISTORY of THE unexpected demand on the republicationof that having occaiioued fome of the beginning nambers to be the pro prietoraiTures thofe gentlemen who have been diiap that they may be now fupplied and that embellifhed with the headsof Earl Temple and Henry the will be publiftied Printed for in The HISTGRY of ENGLAND from the landing of Julius Cssfar to the end of the year in 16 illu ftiated with 217 by Grig nion may be Price fit An edition of SMOLLETTS CONTINU ATION of his in two with the authors laft and a full and ac INDEX to the whole work in that will be publilhed in a few GALLINIs Ball will be at the Afltmbly THIS It is in order to prevent im proper that the Nobil ty nna Gentry will be pleafed to have their names wrote upon their at may be had at No pevfon will be ad mitted without The doors will be opened at and to begin at half an hour after KENNEL from Sir RogerBradmaighs pit near Wigan in which is tu pcrior to any Englilh or Scotch for their chearfulnefs of and giving the ftrongeft heat the people in the country work before the fire without c Thofe that have tried them know their excellent quality thofe that have not will approve of them much upon trial j as a finall lump thrown in the midft of fmall dead burn ing feacoals will enliven and a very pleafant cjhearful fire though higher in it is cheaper in the end than Scotch Sold Pen per at the water particular refpedt to the gentleman who owns the above as well as for the iktisiaction of the I beg leave to take that there hath been what is called abaftard Kennel coal advertiied as at a lower without acquainting the public from whence it comes whoever or even fees will duiin guiih the difference much more than there is in This is the fine coal of which they make fugar bears fo tine a that a muflin handkerchief maybe rubbed upon it without the leaft which no other coal will pulim to fo high Hve but a quantity that there is no fuch thing as gratitude in the which for his own lake I hope he does I cannot conceive how it could have entered into my opponents that I had a wifli to exemptihe NorthAmericans entirely from taxation I amfure I never infmuated a thing of the all I contend ed that they mould have the liberty of raif ing the fums demanded of them in the nioft conve nient way to as they have hitherto al ways by actsof their own legiflatures who are undoubtedly the belt judges with regard to the mode of One word more to this anil fliall have done with him but muft Jirft beg leave to quote a few lines which I think unluckily efcaped him in his letter of the i5th thefe are his And till our unfunded debt is funded to the of our cre juflice us to lay on tdxss rn call for the ferious attent on of and all true friends of liberty uul pro Where is the parifa which net fmsrt ed under the infolent over bearing temper of fome weakheaded petty upon being elected into tnat has fwelled raifed his creft high above all Ins icixe remembering he was a mortal and with a that the whole was made for his fport and a mere footitcoi him to trample upon in the wantonnels of his in i troxicated brain What would tbefe pttty cf a if they were iecured for in the pleni tude oPtheir power Vvhut a world of mifchier initjii they do fta term of feven the law lias io far in the duration of teir nnd precifion fo that thele rieiv meteors who have n j highelt aocvtlieir prop j ccnded with the greater 1 and funk rectifin Or of D E A L of the To the is to acquaint that JOHN ALOSIJUS from Cob is now returned to his former in Great where he pro pofes to fell the following the growth of fo mvich as to nna 11 ventioa conducting the nric j cannot be tor a v 3 is better wean them and ac knowlerigedthejudidoufneff iftLis aid the patriot love ef his country wticbglows fojrrcnglj it his would not permit him to ja itfyttl injlruc doctrine Lucius I prefume it was this kind of patriotic love which cauied the Finan cier to interdict our trade with the This j j is love with a vengeance 1 happy would it have been for that and this ifhhadne 11 have brought upon ver miilaken his own abilities gine himfelf capable in the The popularity of the prefent is perhaps as great as any that has preceded itj not accepting the gloriousSDHI of Pitts ad miniftration which popularity is a certain indica tion that all their endeavours tend towards the good or the and that they have no private or felt iui ends to ferve by their accepting of places which they fill with unwearied induftry and honour and from tlieir fucceeding in the lite great trial of power between patriotifm and there can be no dan ger but that they will be properly in form ing and carrying into execution other ipirited and fafutaty to the glory of their and the happinefs of his people which is undoubt edly the great point they have in I Your humble T R A F F I C The following letters are Jacob Conftant Frequenter of the L P H O M E G iocity at I e period of their oi their rimirive no their votaries ir iow tr ave foj cm oft i j 1 ui J i 1 il community pre tkieh Commodore Dunftall Beau Woodward Mr Rof Sir Charles Mr Perry An derlbn i firft Merris fecond Sailer Barrmgton third Sai Mr Coiiollo fourth Lewis htth Marden iixth Buck Mife Macklin Mifs Wilford Baker Jenny Gardner Walker Pittj Arabella s Mils With a FARCE as will be Boxes Fir ft Gallery To besrin exactly at fix Vivant Rex r No perfons can ba admitted bdund the Tickets and places to be had of at the M A C K n N after EASTER will be an At ALMACKS GREAT For the BENEFIT of The MIDDLESEX In order to the Governors to complete the Weft Wing now Building for the reception ot a Beater number of Patients than can at prelent be ad mitted into the Tickets One Guinea Timely notice will be given in tins ana other 7 bis day is A CATALOGUE of the genuine and elegant A LIBRARY of JOHN Efq of Sunning lately deceafed containing a col ledionof claflicks and mifcellaneoiu books with tSe greateft number of the beft and fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in any one collection in this and in the fineft condition hkewife many the beft and rarell Spanilh authors which will begin to be fold Bv SAMUEL BAKE At bis houfe in Oft Monday the and to continue the ten following beginning each at B The books may be viewed this and every jav to the time of Catalogues to be had of the following bookfellers Pallmall Bondftreet of the growth of growth of the year 1738 the growth of the year 1753 Very beft Rhenirh growing j near Redetheim 1 Very beft J Any perfon who chufes to have a or finaUer fuppUed with the fame from to with the faid Eltzs by applying to Thomasas He doubts not but Uiphas pleafe to favour him with their will do him that jaftice to that thofe wines iar excel iu flavour and any thing of the kind as yet offered for Eitz has alfo a quantity of the beft Seltzer which he has taken the utmoft care in having the beitilone bottles corked with velvet and doable bound and by which care thofe waters will be preferved for feveral years which he pro poles felling by the or leflei I He has alfo a fmall quantity of the bell Rhemih being dhlilled from Rhemih and efteemed the beft and moft vrholefome liquor for the ftomach any foreign Y To the Marc To Far the letters faned NEWING A A CONSTITU fee laft To the repealing of the lampact is an eventoffo important a that I cannot perfuade myfelf to let it pafs unnoticed and muft beg leave to fay a few words to my an by way of I am OUR has finely daubed the Great Commoner with the grolleft and moft fulfome Perfeverance in what is j niland right is certainly commendable but when a for the lake of enhancing his po from a fpirit of or the pride of adopts an and itkks to it with unalterable this is not a laudable fteadi a praife worthy nor a Fauiw nerie verance not a contempt ot and fcioufnefs of having afted but an vVr i But the Great Commoner defpied the moft erc o caitoufly entrusted or d ar and as the thiie is near approach the powor of churchwardens pariCh ofiicers reverts to the I mend it to all who wiih well to tlic pn upon their guard at that critical period c To prepare the public the better to b licate in their I will firft mention a nvjiioJ at thefe Eafter prehendto be uiimarjiierly andinjurl ous to the On the day of election the parilliioiiers aflembleat the time and there they may wait and buz about like no bufinefs is dune till Church Warden who takes care never to appear until he is apprized by hi fpies that his guards are all ready then he conies his company in a body in the mean time fome of the grown weary of have gone away about their lie ChurchWarden having taken t e the word who do you nominate for your fucceflbr this he no minates a vrho has been pre elected n the petty as they call it a man that has been in training iix or1twelve months under the of the ChurchWarden to iucceed him atelv his name is put do wn up ta ts or liic I in the name cf the j ibmebody sgainli Tins hue b put up by way cf ricckmt mere a ras so hit the paniiucntrs iijoiois li U a on lltarne the farce is carried oi uncui1 vise of an Tbe ciirrent tiiu into their own tiiey no ioanne ficultv in upon the pariiMciievs fit to be tool of the new d oil ana true friends of the cruciating torments of H nainfui when tie could be of iervice to the diflrtjJeJ What h wonder is there in all this the philobH jumped into the naming mouth cf a burning j only to gain kirn a na me and what tor ihents many p have voluntarily to any U have revolted aiitt made they might as h the t ia txpoiCit them a but net In ail I eurneitly reivinmeud tbs da T anfwer to liis letter in your paper ot the 1 5th ferry that I am forced to begin by telling that it appears evident to and I believe to moft of his fupnort their or feed judrje of human nature may proceed to fome The Great Comnicner has exerted an i trio ifm in n to the late For this Is flatties are to be erected in America and the money jl the Americans will now Cave tVom tlie repeal of the muft be melted down into boxes for prefents to in the name of why was not pntnctifm exerted when the late ftampact was firft debated We cannot fuppofe but his pe netration was great enough to forefee what muft have been tlie confluences and had exerted this now Co much applauded it in all the near Day is pu THOUSAND bein the Libraries A CATALOGUE of near and Emlifo languages being the Libraries oFSe lAte of of he Poetical Edition of Harveys the late John of blcj and others The whole making a fine ot in the wious faculties and fciencesi books and ot the rirft many on royal and rial and fplendidly bound in Morocco iiTthe Paris Thefe books be fold cheap at the prices printed in the catalogue By DAVIS and R E Y M E R y Printers to the Royal and will continue on iale daring the Catalogues are delivered by m Piccadilly in Pallmall i in New Bondftrcet at i Templebar at Johns Corn hill j and at the place of that he is by no means fufndently acquaint ed with the meafure he attempts to defend if he he would fee clearly the propriety of repealing it as I do he will now take the to matter of the expediency of this I hall only deiire him to reflect for a moment on the long and fclenm deliberations it has undergone before the great councils of the na tion on the numerous petitions from the moft ien iibfe trading bodies of the kingdom and on theufrr verfal fatisfaftion which appeared through all ranks of people in this great the day following that important decifion I he will not hefitate to acknowledge that thefe are evident proofs that the ftampaftwas an opprefhve The epithets he fo freely bellows on our prefent patriotic are fufhcient he is not in the leaft acquainted with either m their public or private capacities and are fo generally known to be foreign to their re1 that it would be loSng time and taking up too much of pour paper to contradict aflertions univerfally known to be Their i up poled timidity he feerhs to dwell upon more than on any other of the many faults he charges them and makes this remark on it that to encourage ki dren in tbtir frowarcbufi has ws beenJesmsd the worft methodpejjible ofreciifyng their bad difpofitisns and this I will not but I muft tell your that to hearken to the reafonible complaints of and to redrefs their betrays no fymptom of and is thewiy to make them unlefs he fuppole8 have prevented the mifchief has en and have given no caufe for thofe jealoufies and difcontent which have arifen between Great Britain and her colonies and many intelligent people are of will never entirely fubfkie as they feem now only to be fmothered for the and may hereafter blaze with redoubled Let me afk the moft ilrenuous opponent to the whether be or the Great Commoner has done this nation the moft diflervice If the has broken the cement which united the Scots and Englifo by his taking the reins of govern which he was incapable of he muft be lefs blameable than the Great has fo greatly contributed to break the cement which united and The Favourite erred merely through inability and with per haps a very well meant intention of doing good but the deep penetration of the Great Commoner will not allow him that excufe fmce his abilities r fnfHciently enabled him ro forefee what muft have I been the confequence of his not oppofmg the act lit being firft as I faid in a j former the people would not THEN have jdt the fervjceJg bqfdom Thus has this unhappy na between thefe two great men like be ir been harrafled and di l perhaps Britain may hereafter glib like RomeVhave reafon to curfe both their T I MO L E O Ts the SO various evils and inconveniencies have arifen to the community from the immoderate power exercifed by ChurchWardens of many pa riilies and thefe evils fo feverely and almoft univerfdily complained lo loudly iat thereiniabs bouGjkeepers in make it a point on the elecuoiv gixe an early and punctual at at the time or rather to other and look round among fet o Such a numerous aud e appearance of Gentlemen 1 will check and overawe the and prepare way for a regular calm and fortunate ivlaik which way the diunken intereft for they cannot hide themfclves andall unite to oppofe an election which has been picvipuily and clandticinely carried over your Let this oppofitioiibe gsneral to all the cfiiccrs of their that are known to herd You mult break the convbuiation at bjchuiing a whole let whofe hands are and to tally fres of all connection vrith the ca u all be in If you could elude two or three angels to ferve along with a remnant of the old they cannot ferve they might phigue but the benefit ariling to the public would be very imperceptible and they muft either run with the impure eurrent or be at open variance and en Above all guard gain ft men who ars known to be of arbitrary who Invelhewti thenvfelves eager to drcgoort nils pernicious by the terrors 4j the conjiiit the body of confequences of chufing tfeem muft be laiting and Strive to cluiie mencf congruent principle liberal w ays of whowill glory in eaol company to unite tlieir joint efforts to ierve the pub If fortunate enough to make clioice of men yotvcan confide to Gentlemen elected to inform thjt the pardi does not want their but in need of tleir fnvioc that it is not meant aj a trap to to engage men of honour and ability is the iervics of 7th and Tnough I reoommend s Aiorous oppcition to the ineaiure c 1 an overbearing yet I would ieco mend good humour and a as the fureit means ofsompafling the As I have leilire ro the public on this lubjiot before critical day
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