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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 29, 1766, London, Middlesex                                and New Daily S A T U R D A MARCH ALEXANDER STEVENS will de IT Hver His NEW with Ihe AD as defiredj on Thurday evening next Tire doors to opened at fix td begin exactly iit Seven Boxes Pit Gallery A For the BBNEFTT of Tthe Tlieane Royal in Drury on the zrft of will be prefented A With a FARCE and J No admittance behind the H To at fix Vivant Rex 4 Tickets and places to be hati of at a neat the Savoy in the Strand and of at the Acted but ONCE thele NINE For the BENEFIT of AT the Theatre Royal in on the nth of will be perfowncd the Tragedy of TO WALKER Smith i Gitifonj Pavis derfan Gardner Mat tocks 5 With a FARCE and Boxes Fit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery f No admittance behind the To begin exactly at fix Vivant Rex Tickets to be had of it in York and of Sarjantat the where For The Fourth BOOK of letters JigtteJ A MAKI verfet figned COOK H involved in by following his directions dif H ficulties which mutt every day encreafe a Ge the ftreet 5 an ar places may be For the BENEFIT ot DUN T the Theatre Royal in Co on the jth of will be K of of the The HUMOURS Commodore 5 Beau Woodward 5 Smith Mr Rofe 5 Sir Hull 5 Mr Perry Gardner An derfbn 5 Bennett firft fecond Barrington third fourth Lewis fifth Murdenj fixth Buck 5 Mifs Macklin Mifs Wilford Baker Jenny Gardner Walker Pitt Arabella s Mifs With a Mufical and as will be expreffed in the bills of the day Boxes Pit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery To begin exactly at oclock Vivant Rex 4 No perfons can be admitted behind the Tickets and to be had of at the BAIiS and FELTOH take ihis opportunity of re turninartbew fmcere tjjanks to the ior their and beg leave to m Form that tUev are removed from the While in the the fe where t bidai 4 feftt of nft fort of bofory wBic fejl at their Waal rfafofcabfe pnzev from to cotton from to brown thread from paw Witt every other equally of the fault with us for felting pur arc Determined to perfeverf iij there by todelerve attention of thg i i T r Zjrjr V ji fome iacwrea Leflbns for the HarpRcSoni have been tibli toed in my I find my in iuftice to the public and to a correct with the addition of hare received the approbation of thofe ladies for tfhofe improve ment they were originally which timely notice will be given in this and other N frizes Cavendijb JOHN quarel March THOMAS YEOMAN hair cutter from in the at the Pine in two doors from op takes this method to acquaint the and that he cuts and ladies and hair in the neweft and waits on diem at their houies on Makes all forts ot bradei for PAUL and DOWN highly ien Hble of the repetaed favours they have received trom their friends aud take this me thod of acknowledging and to m tormthe ladies in general that they are removed from the Queens Head and HI to a large and commodious tbe corner of Bedford itreet and Clundois4trtet Queen s Head and Star over each door they juft laid in an entire new aiTjrtment of procured in fuclv a maaner as will eaablethem not only to deferve the continuance of their but others who honour with their Thofe ftlks wludt were calculacedtor the winter will be fold on exceeding lew was there known to be dif charged from the before this unhappy fuch an effuSion of virulence and as has of late dropt from the pens of the defenders of this Cyder every period of thefe writings prove the inaccuracy of the or their fettled intention to impofe upon the Thefe venal writers either are not matters of fabject they pretend to or the moft flovenly rogues that ever attempted to deceive a fenfible Among thofe political your feems to hold the He flyly commends the mode of ing taxes by as being the ben method ot sn creafing the revenue of the public yet is violently defirpusthat the beloved cyder counties Should be from contributing in this manner to the ne ceffities of the ftate and veils that before the late laying additional duties on every per fon to the laws of exciie became fo with his eyes and his own free He found it his advantage to reiign a certain hare of his liber ties for the fake of the profits ariiing from the buy ing and felling or manufacturing the commodities Xubject to But that by this law the unfor tunate growers of apples were marked out by the late Miniflers aian exception from this general Is true There is certainly nothing more falfe 5 after that the growers of had it ftill in their power to manufacture their fruit into or fell them without previously preffing out their and confequently had the fameelec in that as the growers of who may certainly either expofe their sorn to before it Is Or manufacture it in that for the fake 6f the profits arifing from that article of So that this it is made no altera tion in the matter of freedom between the growers of corn and the growers of on the con reduced them more into a ftate of equality than and obliged the grower of apples to pay for his ordinary drink a in the way of ex nearly equal to what is paid by the grower of who malts his own corn for the ufe of his fa Is it poifible that any rational and impartial being can find fault with a regulation fo well founded in without aligning fome reafon why the grower of corn Should be obliged to be contributary in this mariner to the neGefllties of the and why the grower of apples mould be excufed from paying cxctfe why the former mould Be allowed to his drink made of hfi own torh without paying while the latter fhould liberty ynk witfc without paying one far the public frutthe reafcflxtblenefs of exempting leffees of cbards paying exciie on their cyder in the of your appear obvious to matt who is informed that the farmer of an or chard cannot cut down his fruittrees without the confent of the owner of the and convert his ground to other An excellent indeed Are there many as invincible ob ftructions which hinder the grower of corn from con verting his fields to other ufes I am cer which every man endued with common ienie will without my particularly Specifying them would though with your correfp un dent had obferved to us whether the grower of ap ples or the grower of corn defsrves raoft encourage ment from the If he fays the then I mall afk why the grower of apples is rewarded with an immunity from excises upon cyder made from his the grower of corn mult be excifed if he makes malt or ftarch of his own corn for his own ufeSureitisan inverfionbf all the uiles of juitice and public to opprefs the moit ufeful employment with the greateft discouragement b the Indian aflurance ot our new Ameri can that they are not afhamed to avow fa extraordinary a perverfity of conduct in the face of this wife people ditcourage the grower of corn a commodity which and enriches the nation by I loading him vwth a jrwlt drink made of Ins j own corn for his own uSe and at the fame time exi empt the grower of a leis considerable j neral on whom no dependance can be had in the day of Yet 1 that this is poffeffed of one all former Mini fters in England have And that that if they are deferred by the mutable SACHEM of their amity to the Indians well entitles them to af filtmce from all the Sachems of whofe prefence at our Council Board would certainly be a as well ss a tuning additional ornament to this Minittryj whos graced with fuch a refpectable rein might then exciie us ever head and ears for the fake of emancipating America from all taxa Indian Sacbems are certainly the belt guides for an Indian and belt qualified to direct them to the Ihortetl way with and what methods are moft proper to be purlued in or der to attain the great end ofGonverting Britain into a money provinca for Tbe following letters art Anti Peeping Intelligence Extraordi In vain attempt to throw duft in peopJe and by xbufmg the hope the ungodly til ei be wili be and mar whar they would Alas the Great Commoner has long flood the and like the CTery appears inert nioie 1 tr like their cle vs at but pcrjfhes in the or OH j theinibives in and JOLN PL AIM If intend of errors were ac it and thereby prove wifdom and bearct Some littis H L O N D Some ditpnrches of been fentolf on Thurftiay to C O ar b faid to II e MCan at n the an certain ptriot forum in his long protracted arrVir of th A great change isexpecce confidently tnat a Juitice will beadvancect to a h before tv end of the It is that the Manilla is now in a fair way of to the latisfictioh or botii It was yelterdrvy that certain in between two great are like to protraft ibrne time the nuTch of To the AD your correfpondent of initead of Lucius figned it had perhaps been nore in character for but fome infernal or fuch a brazen liar and falfe prophet as the wretched AntibeJAnus could poifibly have the affurafice to or that the late repeal of the American Stampact is not for the honour of and from that incersc affection and I bear to his and the and for their as well asror the credit ot your fo Shamefully itaiaed by fuch I truit every candid prefent when his Majeily went to or came from the HouSe that will as I aver that the joy exprefied then appeared not from the mob but from different ranks pre fent and from wlnt 1 before and fince have heard and from numbers of reputable good had there been longer re peal being figned trie very next day after it had parted the Upper Houie aad it had been a finer great mmxbers but by love of public would have their at an ent feemingly and doubtlefs hereafter wili and For the people are net fo or iu diftVent to their own true intereil and nor fo or vid of but they can fee feel too th fad and dreadful coiife had thftampaft been enforced inftead of repealed nor lo ungrateful as not to acknowledge with joy and as true friends to tLemfslves as as their King and the bappy prof pect now opened by the Said repeal of a future mutasJ and felicity nor fo little obfer vantnot to behold the and disgrace of their as well asof toomany of their defigning or miftaken For my I am neither merchant nor nor have I intereft or concern in trade or the otheiwife than in general welfare but poor and and that is rich and rich enough to the belt of my little difcernment and after candid considera and informations on the with fmcere love of truth and public welfare under i the happy abftracted front party but as I was convinced of the propriety and policy of the faid repeal and there fore joined loadly in the aid general as did Several others near me of greater remembering my guide in this matter the fable of the hen that laid daily a golden egg the moral of as I take that imprudence and ava rice often deitroy their own end or that by imme diate little a lafting and great profit is often Hut no Sage consideration will fatisfy the malevo amb and disappointed and there fore they may and but they beget only and V E R A Ibis day is t A CATALOGUE of the genuine nd elegant LIBRARY of JOHN Etjj of Suanmg Hill lately deceafed containing a good col lection of clafficks and mifcelkineoiM bpoki witlv the greatelt number of belt fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in collection in this and in the nneit condition aiany of the belt and rareit Spanifn authors j which will bezin to be fold by By S A M U E L At his houfe in On Mondav the 3 1 It mft to continue the ten following beginning each evening at fix The books may be viewed tins and every day to the time ot Catalogues to be had cf the booksellers Pallmail Bondftreet Charingcro sj Brotherton Corn bill Mr Templebar m ncariemplebari at the place the unneceffary from paying exciie on cyder made of his own apples for his own is I this but to give the leslt encouragement where moft is merited to propoie a premium for converting cornfields and to reward with an ijnmumty from excife the farmer that oft growing of corn that indifpenlabie ne cefiaiy of fmail account with our little regard the ittcMfttious or the honeft tradtfnmn wlio je fidei not in the cyder counties for rhey mull be EX ciiED and ExcisEft to make up tor the defici ency in the occafioned by exempting the cy der from the vifits of And we muft all be STAUPED and STAMPED again for the fake of relieving America from Generaus Miniiters thus to load your friends with fuch abuna ant out oithe pockets of that part of the kingdom which ye iefs The rs of cnrn and hops enjoy not the imilr s of this 1 Minifters are guided by the of the du ties on and analogous to the nature of guide is thejr bcftile to the growers of corn and the drinkers of beer and bat to the growers of apples and to They nave a Slippery The gout can Serve him at any time for rui exsirfc for or he may take it upon rum to refent a difference of and fo leave them to get out as they ean from thofe difficulties which their adminiflratien To the F your in yelterdays pa of the fame imagine to leflln i lie Great Cornmener with the people for wisely j and or preventing what are unbimTsci and really think would othtrwilc have been their immediate ruin in cre ating what the enemies of this country wait for and general cunfufion he and they and fnch honeft otherwife may be Sadly inafter not fuch fools but they can teil a little right from light from though attempted to be mixed and con foundtd by an abler you You and they may foolirhly or or j of the millions in vain in Germany j long as plausibly as you and j not So long as thev read and remember better and kiuw good reafons muft give way to bet ter and fblitl refutations of tions fo long as may know or have feen the neceffary and great effefts of fuch vanity woefully known to and aclnbvjledged by the enemy and fo long as they remember muffled bells and ibrrowful Hays of thanksgiving and they hall never for get one or the but put the laddie en the right In of and all the Devils in yoa nor they cannot wafli the Blnckmoor white you will only get your labour for your be laughed at fur your and the o T Blackpools back iftott and mpr We hear it has actually been propoftd by in the prefent to put a itop to the futu e tice of reversionary and divers tive and that tiie latter may die b vhs prefent Extratf ef a dated at Our General ias Succteded io as to get le veral of the Alkantees under his rarti cularly two of which we have to flatter es will induce their King to open the roads directly to our forts this will be a client event for us and occasion our coming home ib than we hoped Huydecoper is rather too but it is a good thing to have a man of fpirit in vile foreigners would get all the which are now very They write from that a minisurjr picture ot a certain beautitnl young been lately there from a certain neighbour ing They write from that of the and of Seventy all ihips of the were building with gren ibrwardnsS n fie won d ne veadv ro launch by firft of June MUompart Still commands the marine According to letteis from Nova French vefTels had aituiily the beginning latl at dsiteren islands near the irruis of wiiick isoutot te track of our Newfoundland on a trace with the EFquimaux where they promiied to return in the and take oft tre deerikiris kn they in exchange for EuropeAn from that by the great in duftry of the French affiited by the n ili the harbour of Little in the hlaad of ons ca befE defen ed fhipping of in the Weit India Caribbee It is Taid regulations will foon take plars much to the beitefit of England and her as acommittee and ruuither for the are jointly giving teir affiilance to remove all diffcrciices have tore fubfifted between It isfui ther that Dominica is to be made a uudes cer tain It is laid tiiere is a Scheme on the tauis for taking off one peuny perpound of the duty on to bacco imported and that an additions1 farthisg bs allowed in the drawback on being exported to fo reign YeSterday arrived at her moorings in the Calais Earle from Fietty is at Captain of the irrived in the from Spoke mth Captain froni Lifbon fer Sourh the in Weft from London all And j on the in fell in with a vet icl bottom about 5501 60 feet fujBpoied to have H lumber cargo1 on One hatmanufacturer in the city has this engaged upwards of an hundred for the greater expedition of executing commillions in that branch for North We are in letters from Newcaftle Upon that the day after the accounts of the repeal of ttampact arrived at that gentieinangsvs orders for windowglafs and bottles to the value of for the American whicli dffiuSed um veifal joy amongit the diiTerent oerlbns employed ia that whole bread depended ou that happy We hoar tiiat elegant whole length portraits ofthcir Serene HiFliaeiles the and of Hninf are to be Guildhall up tins iunimer in the from the ii A gentleman lately arrived fro forms tluit the Right Pi t s manyalterations at las feat and is erecting a pedeStal on an which mi jr miles tothe meniory of his ivorthy nefaitor Sir William 1 he Armiverfary of the Treafurcrs and of the ieveral ChaiitySchools in ani Weltminfter is rlxJd for Wednefday thth cf at the KingsArms in The Ste wards for the faid Feaft this year are Samuel Eiq j Daniel Peter ESq j Henry We are that the Jymrodorion who meet at the HalfMoon Tawm have generouily coine to a resolution to request t Society for promoting in in to of Common Pravtr Books and Bibles in die Vrelch which ar this tifne are greaily and to be printed a their provided the Welch ihail not otherwise be iuppliad therewith in a Short The Bank of England having obtained parliament t9 make the eftste belonging to Bsr which the Jiank now hokt on lA3ie from the Governors of that a z jury is fummojied to meet at Guildhall rheirh April to the vajus gf Skid   

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