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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 7, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and Mew Dally APRIL 1C perfo ft A Y M A R K E A r T H E INGs TliEATKE in the the 3th of will be performed a favourite Serious called D E M U F O O N T The compofed by Siguior With Fit aiid bcxts to be put and JTJO peribns to be admitted without which Tjsill be delivered Tomrrow at the faid at baif a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES Mo peffon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the Tile gallery pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after Vivant Rex A H A V M A R K E By the Theatre in the on Monday the of will be A M A S S E M B L Being the laft thit wii be delivered to fubfcribers on Satur day at the office of the faid Evcrvjhcket will admit either one gentle inan r two Vivant Rex HAYMiAlxKET The NI N T H NIG H GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS liver His NEW with the AD THIS The doors to be opened at fix to begin exactly at leveh Boxes Pit For Theatre Royal in on Wed iiefday will b pre fented a called The R L A L 0 U E E N S The DEATH of ALEXANDER the Poivdl Havard Love Braniby Lee j Aickin Strange Hurit Packer Palmer Bennet Mifs Plym In which will be in troduced the TRIUMPHAL ENTRY of ALEXANDER into With a FARCE and There will be no admittance behind the Tickets and places to be had of at in Coventgarden and of at the For the Benefit and increafe of a FUND eitabliftied for the Support of Decayed Muficians and their Tthe Kinds Theatre in the on 7V Thiirfday the iota cf will be peribrmd A ONCERT of vocal and Inftrumental M U S I compofed by Berg ANTIOMEGA Signpr Signor The T H NIGH I s S By U C T I O To Win exaSiy at half an hour after THE LIBRARY of JOHN Elq or si nino HiU lately deceafed counting the greateft number of th belt and fcarceft ItaYian books that were ever fold in anv one in th Likewiie many ot the rareft btlt L B A K K Book in Covent es to be bad Bumgarden bignora Part Signora bigncr German by Signor Signora Con by Part Signor by Mr Signor Duett Signora Stotti and Signor French Horn Pit and Boxes to be put Tickets to be had at the Prince of Orange and Bedford and on the day of perform at the OperaHoufe at half a guinea Firft Gallery Upper Gallery To exactly at half an hour alter iix 61 Vivant Rex Subfcribers tickets will admit one perfon only to Miv part of the may be had at Jefle the Societys at his near the in Gol en who is empowered by the Society to deliver and receive the The Governors beg leave to inform the nobihty and gentry to whom this charity is fo much hat from Tune 1764 to June they have ne kid out and expended for the fupport of de lved muficians and their widows of de cayed and in maintaining and educating orphans who are left in and in putting them and for and other mci deStal charges rehtingto the the fum of that the books are and nviy be mfpedted by any gentleman being a fub fcriber to the charity the firft Sunday inevery meeting of the at the Turk s in K B All expences attending the Meetings of the rovernon Court of and Committee ro A C n April NOTICE whereby that a general meet ing of his Maeftys Lieatenancy of the county of will be held on the 8th day of AorU at eleven of the clock m the fore to at in for the further putting in execution tin act ot pai liament relating to the ot To the Readily own with your coirefpori Mr that Fa mme Oppreflion readily engage ln a criminal lift j nO1 am backward to acknowledge that tire thrifty and induftrious fhoulc not be coudernned to fuffer for the diflblute and But whathavethefe reflexions to do in the matters in difpute between Omeg and me Has year correfpondent recapitulated niy and fhowed according to my tile induftrious muft fufFer for the ontShat famine muft be the confequence of my plan r Noi He knew it was abfuid to pretend that famine could be occafioned by encouraging or that the miferies of the Poor could be encreafed by en riching the Our wife anoeftors law the be nefit of the foreign corn trade arid that branch of learn from our hiftories has been exer cifed in very diftant to the great emolument of the as it often brought into the nations purfe a a million and a and fometimes two millions a How unlike our forefathers in judgement are your correfpondents Meflieurs Omega and Philoptochos They take it upon them to con demn a trade which our anceftors have always carried on to their great and to charge with in humanity the favourers of a faufmefs which our fore fathers have always followed yet Philoptochos would be thought a good tho equally renegade to our national principles in politics and com mercial He beftows on our nofeled Ministers reafon for dignifying them with that honourable ap He kneWs that tlieir conduct will not bear fcanningj and for this reafon prudently de clines mentioning their impatriotic When will thefe who write for the learn to prove their adulatory encomiums while they praife their benefadtors When will they ftoop to lay before the eye of the public thefe great and good aclions which ought to entitle their patrons to the public efteem I believe it is not pro they will ever be aole to quote the patriot deeds of this 1 can comprehend why an American mould praife this Miniftn and why nn inhabitant of the cyder counties Ihouid join with hin in his eu But why inhabitant of the beer coun ties mould fpeak in their I cannot diicover nor can I guefs why any who values the inte refts of ought to value the Mimftry this is an too hard tor me to Nor j will their defenders defcefid to fWve the Sometimes they cry out our Minlfcers are others they defy us and the in Hellto hurt their reputation with the peopiesdiaWflflatter afier tion may probably be true for their reputation is fmuggling cutters laid up But inconfiftency is al ways the child of iniquity and partiality walks hand iti hand The proceedings of this Miniftry be deftitute of regularity in the fame proportion that they are partial and ini lt to no pnf pofe to call on the writers in behalf of the Minifby for a refutation of the juft maxims of Grenvilles or for a defence ef the reigning Like Phiiopto they will ancl like Philoptochos they will fhrink from tnking the trouble to prove their affirmations like Phioptoclios they will the opinions of our forefathers when with their abfurd and condemn regulations approved of by the wifeft of our if they ever undertake theimpoffiblefafkof apologifing for the altonilhing partialityand impolicy of this ad they muft give the to every idea af reJHtude in our and into pur breafis new notions of They muft unteach us all we have ever and make us believe that refer ved fubmiJfion to the opinion of one man is con fiftent our and that laws are to be made and unmade at his A dictator in time of peace was never known in Rome till the Ro man conftitution was and that office was never held at any time admimnteiii fliould our Minifters pay divine honours to an individual whofe underftanding is liable to fo many objections why mould they werfliip a man who is of one mind today and of another tomorrow Doth patriotiCm teach its followers to bow the knee to a Baal of this fort do patriots invade their country with an increafe of public and aa accumulation of while they releafa the fuberdinate Hates from affifting the public Doth patriotifm its difciples fo difincumber a few counties of the viftts of and leave the reft expofed to thefe Is it the doftrine of patriotifm that fmuggling fhould be encouraged in one part of our dominions and uifcouraged in another r Or Can they be deemed patriots who act upon thtfe principles When true Eaglifhmen are Satisfied with fiich unforefeeing who tiea fure up for posterity an infinity ot debts and I Oiall loath namI have gloried and wifli to be called an a or anything but an Bst there is no at prefent to dread fo great a corruption of manners in our country the pncfeit Miniftrv is field inthecontempt they and they sre almolt as much contemned by every not in their as by the iuper cilious who corns to hold place in the adminiftrution along with though tliey arc always ready to lick the duft off his rtceived Lucius Independent Juftice of for the county of Middelfex A Middling Trading and a Lover of Regularity nnd nevcus true but then labour hnsalfo ainliri a greater proportion fo that the Poor are better provided for at prefent than tliey Were dnd this is felfeviderit by their not working the whole fix Vvhich they would if they wore bv their being inuch ccatiied than were twenty years I have read thefe inflammatory effays with I find it repeated over and that Poor bear the yoke of OppreiTion and Famine f that tlieiimileries are V they are tormented fi that they sre denied fufte and rnuil of fe Let the honslrman put his hand to his and whether thefe reprefentaticns are or whether they are the in vention of a discarded Or of the tools of on foreign or conccaied advrcates for who hope to erve their private ends by the as well as in a This iuf picion will be when you find all effays confuting of only that the Poor are wantonly without pointing a fingle or prooiing a fiugle The pretended friendihiptu the Pscr is a that is designed to hide the treacherous hearts efcui trys enemies who to make thole whom God has molt bountifully blelTed they are the profligate drears of a difcnrded or banifhed who have taken their reficejice I will nor determine but 1 hope the wiiole nation will carefully guard againft tlieir wicked ar already fo low in the that it cannot be much j Londinenfis LawyerJoans Gard the twelve diftertnr d and blue Turk in very good i m r very there are laany 01 Commonwealth or K in There are left nr A Perpetual rifuiS ietUn anu A d in the time or tne irbe eei at Great near a few of The But the former we muft look on as becaufe no proofs of it are That fe cret is with a few and thefe few carefully keep it among To the public it that tumults and iniquitous and partial are the great objefts of this admini The tumultuous and fmuggling North Americans are their and it gives them in expreffible joy to be able to promote their interests who lodge all their cam in the French The fame hoftile to prevails in their and that of their domineering in the mean has underftanding enough to ii dain thefociety of fo mifrrable a throws away our money by millions in They take under their protection thofe who throw it away in the French iflands in He leads us with They deprive us of th e means of pa j ing it by enfranchifmg America with a privilege never be fore enjoyed by this Mini ftry and their we have been made a money to drudges to andflaves to Grenvilles plans were founded in and approved of by the founded policy 5 Ill be bold to it was the only rational plan that could ave a half bankrupt and linking an immenfe load of encreafed beyond conception by a blind obedience to the dictates of the moft mu table demagogue that ever curft an unhappy peo That I mean Gren while our in our iflands of Jerfey and and in the Ifle of after purchasing that neil of ouilaws from the lie taxed Britain internally on the molt equitable and made America contributory to a go vernment which protected The grand maxim of bus adininiitration that all perfons enjoying the protection of the public mould bear a part of the public Was ever 3more equitable fet up in kingdom Was ever a more judicious application of ur unexceptionable maxim made in aiy into this nation by the wife regulations which Grenville planned in Cjnftouence tins juft doctrine If this maxim is why do defenders ot this Miniftry the ertjt If the ap plication of it has been not the writers for the v dee6l the mdtake r if is to be iavon ed why not aifo in Europe Our CuiUimhoufes in and the Ifle of in thru to be pulled and the laft iiland ihould be reiiorecl to the of will this Gracchuss OMEGA do things by piecemeal If the pro mtion of imuggling is an objeft worthy of oer Mi is not every arrangement annihilated which by the ate MinitLry repreffmg fmuggling Why are not tlie To the P K I N I E cannot be a more circum JL itaace any a factious uifpofition among the people wiicn it all contend ing panics ought to unite to footh their minds but the contrary is generally the cale wicked and defining men take advantage of this national mis and life their utmoil endeavours to promote an by the laws of Gcd and their coun they are in dury bound to ufe their utmoft en deavours to It is with infinite concern I fee moft of the wri tings in the public papers defignecl to enftnme the minds of the common people againft and make them miterable in their prefent You find general declamations on the dirtreffes of the in which all the mifery attendant on ila famine and are artfully and unjultly pretended to be the fituation pf the la bouring people of this country one endeavours to incenfe the laborious mechanic againft his by that he ought to have his wages and that his mafter can well afford it another en deavours to fet tlie tradeiman at variance with the that his profits are exorbi while the and their are ftarving a third tries to the London mob more to the doors of the and put the metro polis in a ftate of anarchy and by exafper ating the people again the tax on Thefe arc the bafe artifices of dcfigning by their in cendiary mean to do more than they dare If their reprefeivtations were it would not be the pai t of good or faithful to perfuade the people to redrefs their own wrongs but I believe the impartial enquirer will that thefe fuggeftions are that the labouring people of this country have lefs reafon to complain at prefent than they ever To make the Poor of any countiy the luxuries in poffdlion of the weuld be inverting the nature ef and is of courfc too prepofterous an idea ta deferve but if weconfider the poor people in their nropcr we fball not only fee that they are happier than other Poor under the bat they bettfr provided for at than they wire half a century ago the encreale of tlie has occafioned a want of of work to thit vcrv inciuitnous pcrfoii If tljey are difabled by fick or of their country amply for which they have orj If they meet with the privateiienerolence of the human1 and charitable has provided hofpitals withoiu where they find every thing fnry for their cure and That die of have role Within tbefe few is uu iurssj arrived a Mail After the adores we have received from the no longer doubt but that the Regency cf Tripoli in Barbary hath broke t e treaty of it had con cluded wkh of An veflel of cruizes at the entrance of the the beginning of this three Venetian vtilVis one coming from Leghorn and with a rich cargo the two otherwere laden by 1 urkifti and Greek It h af that many other corlairs of the fame Re gency are difperied in the Levant to intejctp all the Venttiaa hips they may meet March Many of the inhabitants cf Pe who were wounded by the wolves which appeared for ibme time in that are dtsii of their with iymptoms whereby it 13 jectured that thefe animals were mad happily there ii reafon to believe they are all March Frederick Auguftus de Knight of the Order of General of In died the 23d of Lilt iu thu 5Sth year ef his From the LONDON ii A rJ K U P Robert Lloyd and William of the city of kat makers and dealers and 011 the nth and aift and on the 17th of at four in the at Dfjs appointed far making the dividends of Bankrupts eflatcs to Pitman Scandrett late of the citvof L igshead in I dealer and the zjth at ten in the at the Nagsheud in Francis of the parifh of Giles in the in the county of dealer and chap the at four in the at Thomas Samuel late of Fan Fan in the city of the nth of at iix in the at itrlifitMfs isjjs allowed fo of bro dealer and chapman lurviving copartner of Jonathan decealed on or before the a6th Alexander of and Edward of the Borough of in the county of ironmongers and daa lers and on or before the i6th The Right Honourable Pitt is prefenr con fined to 1is at by a fevers ht of the gout and it is that Toon as he is able to he will retire to Pynfent in Somerfetfhire moft probably for the remainder of his It is faid the Great Commoner has bid adieu to all thoughts of a It is faid a noble pretty far advanced in and at prefent enjoys a high poft in the lately had an apoplectic It is given that the budget will be opened in a few days but the contents are kept a The imperial Ambaflador at it is will leave that Court aext ay It is not yet knowa is to fucceed Lord Storraontthe Eritifh AmbafTsdor at Vienna is faid to be on liisroad It is that a coolnefs at prcltnt fubiifts be tween the Courts of Vienna and This day both Houfe s of Parliament accord ing to their laft Sxtracl cf a tier frarn a trader to the LCJ 11 The crops of fugar the year 1766 are likely o be very good j ana had need be we having but ore good crop fince In thefe iihmls want of retarded from North America bjr the muft g eatiy impede lugar and curtail the Numbers run oni the left their taken negroes with and eur goals ars Trie Jfwea ther for long time lias run piaiitsrsas much in db e worth our fpffLie as been carr cd oft by a fmuggiinotrade fiorn French iiland to are application will be maic for trrdi to the French fugar col risd into farewell to our fugar and G Extras a ktier jrcn Ntuu 11 A for the trade of this t the moft remote the banks of Lnkes rio and by means an i a of and cn the inoit critical vvhioti will eflefluidiyproieft promote uid rtiiierthe future in curiions of the uiifcd by
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