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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 26, 1766, London, Middlesex i A r ULs i tX W ED N E S D A MARCH For the BENEFIT of AT tis Theatre Royal in on the i ith of wilj be revived the play of K I G KincJolm being his ad appearance in chJacler HAVARD 5 bahl MrPacker Aickm the being his sd appearance in that cbaratter King Lee Prince Mifs Rogers Branfby Daunhin the ad time Cautherley Cha Vernonj Queen Bennet Lady Mifs Plym Lady Hopkins With a FARCE and f There will be no admittance behind the tilt To begin exactly at fix Vivant Rex Tickets and places to be had of at Sis at in Tavi k ftret at the Bedford coffeehoufe 5 in Rulielitrcet and of at the ftage V it has been fallely to my VV that I am to decline bufinefg at 1 liter next this method is to inform the pub lie hat I never yet had any fuch intention on the youth in general win be continued to be as at the oppofiteBeli Martins R jj y D S O N B At the above place an Evening fer will be continued for the conveniency of thole that cannot attend in the day TTEXT Friday morning a Sermon will be N preached in the Chapel of the Afyluro tor rrMe by the Francis Kelly Chamain to the faid Prayers to begin at eleven o his Day C ATALOGUE of near TWENTV THOUSAND A and Lnglim languages 5 being the Libraries of the late New of author the Poetical of Harveys Meditations tne lae Tohn of and others Thewhole making a fine collection of m the various faculties and books of and n e Thefe bockswiil be fold cheap atthe prices printed R E Y M E R Sj J Oppofite Printers to the Royal Tomorrow the a7th and will continue on fale daring the CaaloeuCT arc delivered by in Piccadilly in Patlmall in New iSffi r Walter at CharingUrofs at Templebar j at Johns Corn hill and at the place of Ibis day is A CATALOGUE of the genuine and elegant A I iBiARY of JOHN Efoj ef Sunnmg lately deceafed containing a good col lection of clsfficks aud books with number of the beft and fcarceft hooks that were ever fold in any one in this KOTO and in the fineft condition bkemfe many of the belt and rareft Spanifti authors which will begin to be fold by Bv SAMUEL At bis houfe in Yorkftreet On Monday the and to continue the ten following beginning each evening at BdThe books may be viewad this and every oe foliating Mr Pallmall Bonviftreet Mr Wai Cbaringcrofs j Corn Mr Templebar j Mr Hingefton in Ibis day is A CATALOGUE of a valuable Collection of KooVscorVvng of ieveral and of theW Negus of and MjWgiam a very ingenious painter of both lately comprehends near ten thoufand vomein vaaous clafs cf and many of them Whieti are now felling very the Joes bVing printed in the and narked n IS fir ft leaf ofevery an continue on fale dailyBv BENJAMIN W T Removed to Horaces Fleet next WhiteFriars 4 who gives the utmoft value for iV or parcel of t maybe had at the place or of Rob Piccadil y Charingcrofs in the IVii 5 O of fhP i VI I W til It i v j Richardfon and at tne ROTal Exchange Fletcher and Prmce at Oxford Meil and I hurlnourn and Woodyer at jtgned ro LOVER of IMPROVEMENTS the P R 1 N T E when confers a double in pro portion to exacts a greater or lefs frure of grati 1 Nothing fo much enhances j the a benefit as the timely application of or the hand from whence it Can it bedii pUteJ with any laudable propriety that England ever hone with more luftre at any period what than me did in the year all her beft conquefls united in one view reflect fo fubftan condu5t as thut very ingle action com at the very time furroanded them on every and no ns hope of relief pre fented but what they might receive tifli clemency Much hath this meafure of minifte nal policy bten condemned but condemned by If it is at all it is blameablebut in one and that is in our receiving an ade quate gratuity for the Had it a it would have been an unparalled Chriftians are not to take any advantage of a na tional though at that time engaged in ac tual war nor forbid that needful whichir wouU only characterize and confirm Bar To Papal Chriftians this doclrine is whotruft more in the Arm of than in the Lord of Holts but a quite different concluft is expected from Englifh Proteftant That bale ad vantages have been taken in Chriftendom among fome of it during the inflicting difpenfttions over I cannot deny but I deny their Princes to be benefits are to in various lights for what we receive from our equals we receive with and rate it as a memento of their fidelity but what we hold from a fuperior we1 hold with and ftudy to requite it by be haviour exprefiive of gratitude and Belie not differ more in their quality than in their manner the very beft are infults if attended with the leaft improprieties of and the meaneit are enobled by a judicious But of all thofe which are derived from a principle of are the moft the moft confolatory yet even thefe are imbjttered with unikiHul management f the friend that is early acquainted with my difappoirrtments and misfor fees my hears my knows my yet defers his generous aid to the very laft hour of afts inconfiftent and and inftead of yaes my cares he furthermore leffens thecredit of the blunts the edge of in fcarce merits the coldeft thanks for what I once would have re ceived with I fubmit to accept with in In fuch an the fervice of a profefled adverfary is always to be True friendflvip cannot be too early in offering its kind nor too delicate in introducing its favours to a man of juft and fentimental ele rance of mind for there is fo refined a fenfibihty in the trenus of fuperior that even in diftrefs they almoft difdain to be One of this in was born to and not to favours Benefits between the Prince and the People are to placed the fame footing as thofe from a farther to his and are only to be elleemed obligatory but whin they are timely no rpyal blef too long no princely love too flowly bellowed j keeping always leffon in that to be feafonably is to be grate fully Kings are called the fathers of their people it is to be lamented that they are not literally and uni becaxue the protection of a people de ferres no lefs than a patriot But if there are many inftances of unnatural fathers in private is it to be wondered that there fhoukl be exam ples of the like depravity to be feen n thrones A G60RGE is not the bleffing of exery country and notwithftanding the greater part of his iubjtdts la bour under very heavy yet he is guilt Moft certain it is that the Poor of this king j dom enjoy no one happinefs but the paternal affec tion of their which fo confpicuoufly fhines forth in all his that they cannot expiefs their loyalty by too dutiful a behaviour aud were it not for that with the fond hopes of its they muft have long ago funk under the weight of their In our we lightly touched upon the Oppreffive Conduit of the Mercantile World over our mechanical whereby many thoft fands of his Majeftys good are incapable ef procuring even a bare fubfiftence in fpite of all their induftry and ceconomy j and for a proof of what is let an inquiry extend no farther than tlie town of Befides the ill effects attending this grievance at we fuffer not a little in our credit abroad for fo exwemety imperfecl workraanfhip branch of bufmefs which bovtrs under that in a fhort time we hall lofe all our and very Commerce caanot be too clofely connedted with nor too generous to indultrious merit ftrip her of thefe and you force her to teign Labour experts its and com merce never fails to encourage it when our handicrafts are hard and ill we muft not look to find any other than bad materials and uwrofitable merchandize Such is the prefent cha racter of moft of our Let there pay lome attention to the abufes fo frequently complained aud check the progrefs of this cruel Oppreflion fo dtftructive to trade as it is very na mral tor every nation to to thofe markets where they can be beft fupplied and fufely the only me thod to fecure a cuftomer is to ferve him in the beft by which found policy it is the horteftway too to ferve The welfare ofour pofterity feems to be wholly excluded from the hearts of the prefent the more we examine into the the more reafon have we to require the utmoft exertion of par liamentary abilities to regulate Every little mop keeper now aipiies at a fortune to live independant of and every capital tradefman is unhappy till he can foend his thoufarids a year while the mer chant is impatient to get a feat in the and the Jobber to be tfie Gideon of the From hence it is eafy to conceive the Oppreffionswhich their feveral dependants muft daily who again feldom fail to fpread the like evil till it reaches the very loweft order of and avail them felves or contrivances caught from their n Cliarige now the profpecT to higher higher vices Iri the name of what are yonder Gentlemen fo bufy about but ftating their eledtion accounts of debit and with as detefmfned arefolution to ftrike thebaliance in favour of the their country was obli gated to repair fupport theirambi and maintain thcir Some again are cringing for ribbons without others fawning for peerage without families Peepttiii a little and what behold we s loft at and hands at together a vaft to lollicit places without and hold oflices without it THESE prey only upon each fo that our Poor can be no fufferers by them becaufe there are no connexions to form any Pofterity they or at beft teach tice the fame arts of corruption and and when fuch abandoned profligacy reigns through all orders of a have not thepatriot fewfoo much caufe to fhudderat the confeqiience3 And it we have not foon an fixed onpermanent great in its capacity to in flexible in virtue to witliout iucli I can Britain pofilbly her or protraft her rain tarelelsQf the in their cha of all mooM with national they nobleW wife or richer be they or what they in a free and virtuous tbeyare confidered as itunau ftrpchts snd were they any otherthan ratio a theirpar tion would be configned to riique the hiae We are all fufficiently prone to ill any op preffive excitements to and the people the more eafy will they dfgenerate intoAavery how ouglu we to be in cherifhing the feeds ot virtue in the rifmg genera and by omr unwearied animate them to deeds of true pubht and heroic pa triotifm inftmction alone half fitiifhes the talk to compleat own example mu2 illuilrate our and enforce pur Often have I heard it remarked by that no Poor was fo infoenr as the EngHfli However reproachable their conduct may be in point of breed yet I cannot help being be caufe it is nothing more than nn ebullitioftof native freedom and I lincerely hope this fpirit will never be extinguifhed in the breafts Eng4 Hfli It tifl duty of every well1 wifherto this kingdom to encourage it norare We1 at all times to confider that a not which is nothing more than an A licentious of poptf lace no prudent government let unpnnifheti j neither fltould any founded on the principles of Poor to be in the leait becauie nothing enclaves tlie mind more than 7o be Froai the L O N D O iN G A S T T Certificatetobe to John Warriner and Richard ofFifh chapmen and on or before the of L O N D O s Orders for tlie Courts going out of mourning cyj bunday next tne jsth for his late Royal Highnda Prine Fre liii MajeKys yaungelt slio for the late King of Denmark aud for Stanit lat King of and Duke of Yelterday there was neither levee nor court at nor on ac his Majsityi flight mdiipoiitioii with a A is faidto have been this week received Sir Wiiliam Johnfon which con tained very It is laid the Right Egmont will be ap pointed iirit CorrfinilTioner of trade and The Pitt was expected town yefterday from his lentat it is lent i Some considerable are fa on expscled in the fiiit civtlofEces sa parriculariy in of his Majeftys Lord High tks To the PRINTS If the following lines are worthy oF appearing iri the they are ninth at your Z PERILS of Poetry but friend Why were the perils of the Bard forgot The Perils thou haft make them known Tell all the worM what thy tots How thou haft been abusd you fail To move their by thy moving tale Begin thy itory where life THV riper where you commenced a man And journey onward in the plaintive Call all thy iorrows to thy mind again Tell what you fufferd inongit From cruel and more cruel When kickd by or cuffd by Spite of protection fromthy Sire M Edmonton recount thy Taen by the nofe what an unhappy cafe trace perils to a later That happy period when you wrote When thou the mwfes prizefigliter the powrs and neer fisard i fo face the ableft heroes in the held To thee what numbers then were forcd to yield What wicked landers then were hourly You then aad had purloined Whatecr was good from ctliers the Some horrid Ituff and very bad the beft 1 No grumbling Poetafters hate Thofe they cannot The Scatcn they cried was all your When for the prize you liar ted But fpite of fucli dull wights you kept your And fairly gainedParnaffus1 topmoft ground Nor feard that poft with honour to While their poor Pegafus was fpurdin Sated with vicYry you wifely ohofe To pfDvc thy talents were as great in The caufe was nobler was thyfpiritl Who coud itfute a nobleman of merit He teak theleadt you kept within bis ft He made ike you both threw up tbt dirt j Thus but never mind Theres many of that tribe have rode behind rum j Your brethren too may fcoft but alas I How happy would they be ii NASOS cafe Whateer theyd faid theyd gladly have To blefs his Lordfhips were it Write on regardlefs of their envious prate Nixt to tbr praife of good is the bate Qf bad men to be Profper ft And ftudy to perform thy mafters Whateer theyre pleasd to call heed it or Art obfervatipn of the a Pre face to one of his ingenious Lord eldeftfon fo the Maiquis 01 Kil is to hsve a company in the j froui tlie naval promotions i lately made among the as if thefe piumo jtixnis were the of a new fsem LO hove very little foundation they being probably more than tiie coiifequences of the rrtcnt s majority of his the coulu omit an opportunity of his regaid for his by procuring them and Uisir aJieiXiits the The was nature was to be with fouieiliing fjgnal on the Beth llouies of wiil aujour n tomorrow till after the of a letter from Yefterday about there was felt andin tht neighbeuring imail fAock of art They write from that the ft et from the Riode which confuted of twenty and cue EaitIndia fliip from under Convoy of a man of from tiie Kio de Janeiro the 18th of Two of the ioan after they fprungra and put back the mart of with the and and twenty merchant after a paflags of a hundred arrived here on the a6th of and the other four being lor proceeded on thuir to that Letters from Paris the Parliament there aie making great efforts to fupport their authority agstnffctbe of the netwithftandiag fevere checklateiy given them the theother the Miniftry areas affidu ous intheir endeavours to rrnili and by the fecond them with all it is imagioed they will write that tire fennenrs c we fy the prooeediCKS of rheduit towards their lariiamf are Jb in general f hern rip for a but Duke rrc witlvthe troops raarching from differ of the it is expeiteci Some private letters from the treaty is on the carpet t1 and Court of for the French colony cf Cayenne to tle They write from that the King cf has again concluded with his would a confidtrable iaii in the iaie high priceof gum and writeironi Hat the occafion of the niifcarriage the Cprficims in their hue attempt upon was owing to their vei ies running Eiarming the garri ir i gave them rime to put thernfdvcs upon hei t and thus obliged the afTiiilauta to iiiser They write from Penfac that a very inrenfc i coid had fet which broughton a fever and dy that carried off cxt thi J Ihcy write from that the baymen at j have petitioned for an Englim garrifon o be ftntioned atRio wtherwife it would be im poflibie to protect the trade from the machinations of the who continue to fpirit up the runaway negroes to a frefli Some ban for the grie vances of cur AnionciU fellow uiider the inftitution of ViceAdmiraity it is are fpeedily to We hear a Iclisme isunder coilfideraton for in troducing a paper currency in North upon a new for which a bill is intended to be laid before an auguit This week upwards of thirty thouiand pounds in have been entered for South Yefterday morning rive corn arrived in the river from and two from expected fromBremen We hear John Efq Rear Aiiiiiirar of the Blue is to command at Plymouth m die room of Admiral appoiated to relieve Sir William Burnaby at The intended plan for relief of the fubaltern offi of landforces and by ant augmenta tion of is faid to be on this footing tlist their ufual ftoppages will be taken and each to be furnifliea iuit of uniforms Or an adequate fum at the expence of the govern t We heapfome additional ornaments are tins fum mer made to Richmond the di rection of Efq whoie have been approved of by his William of has declared himfelf a candidate for city at next general in oppofition to James Eiq iii the On Sunday evening the Right the Lord Mayor and Lady with two of his Lord fhips paidia vifit to Chrifts to fee thepublic flipping of the children which cere mony being conducted with its ufual feave his Lordfhip that which an enrertain ment fo rational and cannot fail to confer on mind poilefled of the leait Befkies feveral inftances of his Lorclfliip re that the children migiit have an holiday on his
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