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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 17, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily 1 T H y R S D A APRIL the P O L I C THE exlfnfive Sale T H E G A z T T E E R AND New DAILY ADVERTISER joined to the variety otaiMMls trough which it has lately been tbt meant of delefting fo many and of ap prehending fo many ibat tt may bt frvptr ta give THIS PUBLIC 7hat tbt all informations of this to B o w s T R E E T loill be cenftantly inferted in THIS SCCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended tt by J E L L L E BUYERS OF SECOND HAND CL robberies will ejeape if FERSONS make uie ot the lame paper to advertjfe their D j N Q The WARNINGS from vldevtry thing loft or in the or toy are for immtJtett diftatek to allfilvir by the printer oj tins ii A A K AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the on Saturday the igth ot will be performed a new Serious called fompofed by Signior With new new cloaths and Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be ad mined without which will be delivered That Day at the raid at half a guinea each Gal five i Rv their MAJESTIES No perfon whatever be admitted behind the nor into the CORNELYS begs leave to acquaint THE NOBILITY and Sublcribers to the Society in that tlie Ninth meeting will be THIS and the rooms lighted up precifely at eight colour of the ticket is and printed in front Ninth Several ungenteel attempts having been made to gain admittance without and fometimes To fuch anuniVerfal degeneracy of manners are we that even penal laws have been feu d infuf ficirnt 10 reprefs the machinations of wicked and luftice herfelf has been forced to relinquiJh her from the iafe fubterfuges of and the invincible of When fuch then is the any particular fett of whom no faitif can can guard with which has afterwards been boafted of j j anci no punifhments can nothing lefs than a ri to Cornelyss prejudice and as many ladies j j ndminiftratioa of authority exercifed over the O Pofitively the Laft FORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de Hvr NEW LEG with the AD as on Saturday The doors to be opened at fix to begin exactly at feven Boxes Pit Gallery N B On account ot fome prior the LecVure can orrly be repeated in this on Saturday L AN C A S H 1 K E b U C 1 K i THE Annual Meeting of the Gemlemen of the county of will be held at the Half aveim m Tomorrow the of Lord George in the Jiarbord Efq Edward Efq Eiq John John biq to be had of the Stewards and ot Pern n facing GentSmen are to alter their tickets for For S A L by the C A N D L At the Newyork in Sweeting at fiva in the A Snbfcntial newbuilt brick containing A two a four three garrets with clofets a large in elegant fretwork marble chimney and othermfe en with toe now lett to a fubftantial tenant at will tor fifty guineas per annum is held by vrhich 07 years were uaexpired at Sriftmas fubject to a groundrcn ot a fituate in MaryleBone near the Spring It niav be viewed to the time of by applying to the tenant or to near the preimiesj or to Charles the Surry fide of Weltminfterbridge 5 who has fevsral new built houies to fell by B o o ic This day is HOMAS PAYNiis CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Fhoufand of ood in all langaagas and iacul and gentlemen frequently or forget or bring the wrong and neverthelefs make ap and to be thereby fub jefting Cornelys to the painful alternative of either breaking through the rules of the or of giving umbrage by a refufal he thinks it ne to give this that addi tional perfens are and the vigi lance will be to prevent all future poflibility of fucceeding in the firft cafe and Ihe begs to repre in refpect to the other difagreable oc the ladies who hold books have NOW given orders to and infift upon her compliance there on no pretence any perfon fub flriber or not fhall be admitted WITHOUT a or with one for ANY OTHER P31 A coach having been overturned the lafl concert slight at the owing to the objlinacy of the in infifring upon coming up the wrong the Nobility and Gentry are moit ear neitly foliated to be peremptory in their commands to be and taken up with the horfes heads towards Greekftreet by which all danger to them and injury to their cattle and will be wholly THERE being a copies now made of The GENERAL MAGAZINE of Arts and by in 13 volumes il luftrated with a great number of copper they are to be had of the or of both in a neatly or half Lather backs and There being alfo a few of each feparate num ber excepting three or four of the gentle men and ladies are defired to compleat their fets with all othcrwife the opportunity of doing it will be AUL 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 bdies in general that they are removed from the Queens Head and in to a large and commodious the corner of Bedfordltreer and Chandoisttreet the Queens 1 Head and Star over each door where they have r juft laid in an entire new affoitment procured in fuch a manner as wiH enable them not only to deferve the continuance ofsthfir friends fa but likewifa sll others who may honour theoi with their On Satarday night or iVinday morning a piece ot two yards whereon was wrote Paul and withap oqtamtBtalbor was cut and carried off from the corner of their If any perfon can make of the parties guilty or fo malicious fiiall receive a reward of twenty by giving information as authority capital offenders can efrecl a Mild puniihments foratrocious crimes are as inju rious to as barbarous executions on petty are hocking to human nature let tliere cluifi the middle and afiign over only thoie conviils to which are the mofl flagitious in to I willing to hazard their nor indeed clnie that their lives fhould on the caprice or a fingle well knowing that even a worthy upright through the malice and confpiraey of may be impeacherl very But to remove the objection 3f fuch a let it be thrit if the charge of the indiftmeat are well fupporced and periiin or perfons that the aceuar or accuiirs be broke of all and or ihail then hold be deprived of ail hoicus be inca pable of ever ibcreutfr or Country pay ail colts of htt be the cr ought fr ns if re reafonably In a fr meaneit of its large am ds made hi and trample on her Minilters the ftiame j f u permiffion of is a reproach to our and a to On thefe opulent and privileged let the law exi liauft its kctiielt indignation let no OppreiFor ilitl ter his iniquity in the arms of no Coinmifj fary mett protection from the imile of Power Place s in the fame clafs with and give KngroiTers the ufuil fate of traitors For are I not their ci imes the fame in and differing only but in name Ought not then their puniihments to be one The Have that and the wretch that anu ippii ciou1 or n vviil never dif the c but 11 veiy or 10 ns icularfd to brin nent criminals that violate her evade her pro it will tie ter a y prolecution and a good like his oflke one grain the thereof iubjecl his conduct o ru the more readily of it And whoever oppofts fu2 o ceffary a which Lal c all Stale offenders to exemUry confequently betray their own and fhould nsver be the To dtcapitale hererore the very fii is the ihorteit only ttep t Britilh for the gi of tiia is to tlie of aiy tie greater variety of examples or or i to be peeled and the Agent iheieof to perions to the power of new U or las or and open a chaiintl whereby their conducT may A Minuter is nothing more than a and a man tco that requires a ftronger curb and I tighter than any other of his are equally deltruftive to common prudence enjoins a fimilar fate to But in vain we to hope thefe equitable ments to criminal if our Minilters do not firft fubj5i thtir own be impartially The ihorteit ftep to expel i corruption from the body of a nation is to deter its leaders trom the of to difpoiufs them of the opportunities leading to this and to eita blifh a ftrict difcipline of its Experience daily evinces the neceiuty of introducing a of go vernment to fupprefs the vait incroife of venial con fo infamouOy notorious through all ranks in this kingdom and unlefs we fpeedily adopt fome eafy meafureto repel this evil of minifterial i It is nothing to us what the power of a Mimfter may s be at Conitantinrple but in we mult com pel him to account for his or our freedom is nd better than that of the In the I dignity and credit ot this are things of too great to be conducted with plan u price at Brother Gornhill Childs coffee Pauls churchyard Fleet ftreet Sout Templebar Charmgcrofs Rid SyV Jamess ftreet Robfon and Shropflure New Bondnreet of the oookfellers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of Payne in Cattle next the Meufe Martin s where the fall value is given tor any or parcel of books lor pieveiiiiiig lucn lor rne of civil we cannot but tumble n future vvil be maturely confuiered and which I at whofe precipice we are already nr humbly offer to to Little does v avail what names or perfons it is that we fllxll obtain in m p the body of cur prefent if they fatisfactory redjefs the fundry evils we ThR nhtaminoof fo fo necefiarv 1 r r i BOOKS imported by BEC1CE T and DE near m the Partie de Chafle de Henri Cemedie avec 4 Eftampes dapres les LeiTeins de Paris a Chanfoas choifies depuis le i3me SieCiC urqn a par avec de tres j iies 5 Chanfons ade Pans 17o6 Chlduico Avi S nibne 2 Opera anew in iTAvi r Lorry de Melancholia et Morbis Paris i Sufpicionum Didlionnaire des Amiquites Pans 1766 3 Diflertation fur TOrigine de la Maladie Paris Tufculaues de par d Paris Bntretiens de lui la d par Fans Diftionnjire du visux Language par 1 Paris penfEei philofophiqnts de Pans bto leave te acquaint the ladies in and 9wfe ladies lus friends er want of has rendered a peifonal application imptffttteie that he has left and theWhestfceaf and has entered into partoerfhip with at the Britannia and Key in Covent garden where he humbly folicits the continuance of their favours and as they are deterniirfbd at all times to keep an elegant aiforftnerit of fpring and winter they hope that joined to an ob lervance of the ilrifteft principles of honor in their will recommend and merit the ap probation of thofe they may once have the pkafure to That part of the ftock which Page was poffefled of at the commencement of the confifting of all kind of mercery 1 will be fold remarkably C iate apprentice to at his lave Carpet and Upholitery near in has lately opened a Carpet and Upholitry four doors from and has laid in a large afibrtmeat of Kiddsrmi and Scots of lively colours and beautiful and alfoJarge quan tities ef white and tnick made in tlie months of and July featliprbeds well and fit for quilts of all either itoff printed or neatly with cotton Englifti and Flandtrs bed with a great variety of readymade of ilowered and tinfey bedfteads of all and every other arti cle in the upholflery of the beft at the molt realonabk Several bedileads and furnitures may be leen itancling aud great choice of which will give fatisfsscVion to the niceit Rooms fitted xvith and Scots i carpciing in the compleateit Id IS 13 Pals u e de pour Pans e it it a 3te he CJ I ed by or held by and if they v j have already been it is hoped that the i is the fource of all the and alfo to hint fcf fuch for the the perverfion of civil we cannot but tumble into that rived Little snake up the ii reilrels luMdry the obtaining of fo fo neceffary oceafionallyict which are N afyftetn 5 the early aud perfett completion of ji our Pcorj wiiltcauiVs cf will be the fole convincing proof ttut they mean to tire ierve their and that their country is the j rj principal ebjeft of their But unlefs and jj fome other equally important plans are promoted by they can hate no pretenlions to the charac ter of neither will they receive any appro j batien from the Patrons of aad no lefs is the policy hinted but hov is it to he effected A hard and difficait indeed For lik j have their pcviiarvice as there is much wifI dara fo there is likewiie much in the In perfcnai patriotic virtue alone we are to hope mult confine the principles of j reforming laws to the option cf fmge voices for H bad Miniiiers always fecure a proper i to coincide with their bad and let their miniftration be ever fo they are fare to find Cife anchorage from national To lefien i therefore their we mult extend ihe plan of impeachment and to make it muit in tereft ourfeives in the or oi the leading members that compofe certain honourj able jj pliints 31 For the happy iiTuethen of fo juft an undertaking ii nior in expediting every capital offender to receive the I due reward of evil let it be that full he mult tue fuch numbers of iding Upon us uich aiTi let vours they are at lavida able enemy Otis lut that a Giiiah of fore then rlod is an the jaws or V One hiy triot a is know aui that nothing 1 difiioaticn of is impregnabl be with the voice ot can never ex eft to while the Member of his Majeftys molt Honourable Privy h Regulators of Grievances are net liable to any pa Council or any fingle Member of the Lords Chief j 1 for ther which is a matter Juttices fuch M power and authdrity be inverted in any ii igle Hence it is we that w Member of either Hcufe of Parliament or any fmgle have that attention pid to P tilL t ou les Regies d Eloquenc par 3 MeaShes fecrets tires des Archives des Souve rains de les tomes 5 rV of theabove fiTokfcHers may be a Ca taloeue of Books imported by cpttfwn great vaiirty ia No This day ts Dedicated to the Right WILLIAM Neatly printed in One Volume price in with the Head of engraved by H E L I F ii of M E C N A With and Geographical Printed for in the the Liters faned RA A CONSTITUTIONALIST To the P R I N T E having no ether creature to prey upon than exhibits a couftant fucceffion of not les remarkable for their than fatsl for their mifchief and the inceffont dreclion of whofe in ventive is either confined to the arts contracted within the prin ciples From hence we experience the trea chVv of friends and the circumventions of while we exclaim againft caufes that reign in our own aud delerving of our or ail our ef forts to procure redivls for the will to noiiiing more than expoitrju It is not evry Miniitsr indeed that duy i e impTtance rc jo f tlic Poor for iciouilv neglect ujets up urs fiipp and vvhofe numljfrs crown Are they then U of the whole duty is or fliali have full and uncontroubble power and authority to and cufe any Miniller or minifters of State Jj and to compel the fame to a public trial before the i j whole collective body that compofe thefe before men11 tioned auguft aifemblies and on legal conviction of 11 the perfon in a few days after fuch convic the criminal ihall fuffer a public and ignomi nious Something like THIS and muft be and j that this is the my toeffeft j cr imhallowed is the only leafon to redrefs national and j i Virtue and fon u devife falutary laws let us then employ thtmomenj I la a founded on kidiprin tary opportunity to the beft and preis pies as the where one of our with umemitted vigour into execution ail thole mea giflature is notlnng re than reprekntatiou fures that are pregnant with the Public feon may we again be involved in another war j and if we always acquire an inglorious peace sfter the toils and bloodfhed of a fortunate and glorious what for a kind of peace may we not renfonably if we fhould chance wnge an imfuccefsful is an alarming thought 1 For j victory is not a coniiant attendant even ia the equitable and defenfive wars and Providence may j juftiy give us up to be the Have and fcofFof which he hath been pleafed to io at our flisrn of his ftrength while as often j j have overlooked the wifdom of liis aivl again j armed the foe to be our terror and our curie dence govern me in this hour of reflection I am j fired with madneff at our folly I burn 1 I with j of the contempt Clr our le protect their obtain and rjurels thir Grievances who ought to be their ful in the ieaibus of and their dtren drs in time of war who lliculd adopt no that is deitruaive to the inrcdt of hc nor any Minister that lias the true of his folely at heart ir fuch 3 if the reprele Uativr arc ii the e suit o liic peop own wren fo i iarc projlt a And tliis we lui a fccrn irom Frtedcri my hand the ye flatterers kit words what juftice bids perform Demurs will naturally delay the ijjti of he plan becaule the of nu ikmd aie un FGA
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