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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 21, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The Gazetteer and New Daily APRIL HAYMARKET The FOURTEENTH Pofitively the Lad By ALEXANXHiR STEVENS will de liver His LEC with he bi as Tomorrow The to be opened at fix to begin exaetly ietren Boxes Pit Gallery the of and AT theTheatreRoyal in Tueiday the will be prefented a ING LEA Kins Powell Burton Fdaar Havard the Leej Mr Branfov Gentleman B ADDELEY Paeker Corn Hurft Bennet HojfeiHs being her firft appearance m that With a FARCE and t End of the B ADDELEY by parti cular detire will preieut the Audience with BUCKS JJAVE AT YE There admittance behind the Tickets to be had at in 5 and of at the Jbgedoor where places may be SONS of tae REHSARSAL of the MUSIC br the I FEAST of the SONS of the will beat Pauls Tomorrow the and the at Merchant Taylors on Thurfday the of A R D Chancellsr of M Henry Efq George Efq Jotepli Efq Nutcomoe Thomas Efq The Muiic will confift of an Overture of GEMI KJANI Mr HANDELS New an New An them compofed by and HANDELS Coronation Tickets for the FuAst are to bs had at the Queens arms in Pauls The Cathedral doors will not be open before ten oclock ckoir and ilesare T E W The DukeofMalborough Earl Uarcourt The Bilhop of Bnftol Sir Robert and Alderman Preleadary of Durham acquaint the fTobifity and gentry I alljovers of thatthere noyrif wolt curious place of that of all th mechanical aaa upwards of three thouland different and by firtires wwkmg as natural which represents all the different of the manufacto rv This extraordwwf piece of n allow thbeit idges to be tiie moft curious piece of and by their Majeftys de carried to the Omens and Majefties witT rhegtewik There is allb a new machinery before It is BOW to be foen ju Middle Scotland Yard in a large commodious room admittance each It will te fliown to na lefs JJwnber two A warm roon vyitb a good 1 O C LI L A T I O TVERSONS defirous ot being may have tit done in genteel commodioufly and be carefully and provided with every thing necdfery at Five Guineas It is tttineceflary to fey any thing in favour of this lutary and uccetsful method but it may not be im in regard to this particular to mention that it is recommended by new Thirty of the raoft eminent hirgeons and apothe who have their approbationto fals for its more qftabWhmentby a to which upwards of Hundred oi the No bility and Particulars may be learned or in Chelfea where may be tad srratis and of facing North in Fleetftreet and at Jamess where attends every Tucfday from three to i TTcnr L A T TO rjj a furgeon ot twenty years practice I iu the county of begs leave to inform that his method of conveying the by imioculalion been attended with luch foccels both in that county and the city ot Lon that not owr his patients have laboured Jnder the kaft dangerous iymptom through tie nroerefs of the he has at the Udefire of his a large and corn is an healthy and pleafattt hill near Arheriham in the county of from London fo well calculated i for the thirty patients may be admitted every Propfer and careful nurles Irl no expwice pared to make every thine agreeable to the patients us iscoiiliJtent with the nature of ttte with the pro nar ohvuckifiE airillS takes up no more than three His term to gentlemen and Sdies five guineas to be paid at the time of including the preparatory and all ntceflaries and r Any peribn dehring a rela iend or with them wilVbs accoin ri on reafonable terms And in order to render fo beneficial a practice more advantageous to the people in there are very good accom modations at four guineas each J Ony himfelf that the great fuccels attending this Method of inoculation where the practice of it has been fo that ew m companion re gain now to be inoculated m that part of the county where he will induce many of the inhabit ratc of the city of London wno are every hour ex pofed to the danger of in the natural to Lre in the advantages flow from it is with an eye to their convenience he hasten a ditence little more than neceffiry for t ebenefit ot freih and wholefome to which the conveyance fromtown is as three ilageigo every through Amerlhami and that perlbns may Jhort a time as poffiWe abient from their by fending a poft with the number and ages or the voune and places ot wi 1 have the medicines immediately lent cfary inUructioa fo that by three weeks ab families or from the fear of a diftemperfo juitly in the nstur LAW for the Benefit of AT a very numerous meeting of the Gentlemen uf the held at the Crown and Rolls tavern ia on the jgth for the final eftablithment of a Society for the Benefit ot their the Deed of Settlement the moft deliberate unanimoufly ap proved and the following Gentlemen were chofen Directors of the Society for the year enfuing Serjeant Edward Efqj The Lord The Juftice The Juftice The Juftice The Charles Attorney William De Grey Solicitor Peter Efq Serjeant Thomas Efq Serjeant Davy Edward And at the lame time jfltwmu vr Charles Efq Sir Anthony 1 he Worftiiprul Andrew of Doctor George Mr ProthouoiaryDickins John Efq Francis Efq Robert Eiq John Efq Hancy Efq Robert Win the following Gentlemen were chofen for the Thowas Efq Efq Accountant j Richard Perry Efq Elij j John Efq Therefore notice is hereby that a Court of Directors of this Society will oe held at the Crown and Rolls tavern on the 7th of May at fix oclock in the or the purpofe of admitting Members and every Gentleman of the profeflion inclinable to become a Member of this is defired to apply as early as pofliblc to Jonah at his op ponte the Six Clerks in Chancerylane in order to make the Declaration required by the Deed of previous to the admiflion of every Such Gentlemen as live above 25 miles from may make thb and be admitted by Attorney and proper Letters of Attorney for this purpoft may be had by apply ing as To the and freeholders vfthi cattaty of JTT1HE feat of a Member to reprefent the county JL of Salop in parliament being now vacant by the death of Kichard Efq your late and being encouraged by many of iny friends to ofter myfdt a candidate to fucceed I take the aioft early opportunity of intreat ing the favour of your appearance on my behalf at the General which will be held to take the lenfe of the county on this occafion and mould I then be fo happy to meet with your I will beg leave te foiicit the favour of your votes and intereft in my fupprt oil the day of which will ever be elteemed the higheft conferred Your moft and faithful huaable April unhappy country i they are going direclly oppofite to all former adminiftrations according to their propofed all which have SEVEN are now to pay a taK Which it is well are all inhabited by the who are unable to pay any new and confequently and certainly by a real patriotic and prudent adminiftrati be exempt from all frefli And thefe Whig they are thefe defeiters of and thefe breakers of i every engagement which they formerly made with the I have that by their new I mean their new tax every houfe with only SEVEN thev hall raife about an accordingto their own here is to be yearly ground from the faces of the It is a trifling and contemptible fum to government but it is a a very great if we confider from whom it is taken It is taken from the day th6 meaneft and the pooreft farmer I repeat IT is A CRUEL it not ye that enormous taxes of many other kinds An enormous price for your your can and all other articles which you are obliged to buy in fmall above amoitenor and unheard of pi ice for and an enormous price for your in which this patriotic admihiitration have not only refund to relieve on the are going to opprels ye ftill moie I is it not enough that ye do all but ye mult now pay for the light of and for the very air ye this is not and the mot abje6t of ail I know not what is if the free univerial gift of nature is to be thus withheld from what is it but locking us up in dungout who AKTISTS Afociated for Relief of their Diftrefled their Widows and THE Exhibition of this body of will open on Thurfday the at Moreings Great in at eight oclock in the Admittance each per the catalogue i5y Order of the There is a convenient turning for No fervants in livery can be B O O K This day is THOMAS PAYNES CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thoufand Volumes of good in all and facul and in fine Catalogues to be had price at Brother Cornhill Childs coffee Pauls church yard Fleet Ireet without Templebar Channgcrofs Rid Jaraess ftreet Robfon and New Bondftreet of the bookfellers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of next the Martins where the fall value is given for any or parcel of Ibis day u Dedicatedto the Right WILLIAM printed in One Volume price in with the Head of ensraved by LIFE af With and Geographical Printed for in the 1fcs Jay is In fonr volumes price boun A New Edition being the Third of BISHOP BURNETs HISTORY of his OWN From the Reltoration of Charles to the Conclufion of the Treaty of Peace at in the Reign Queen Together with the Authors and fome explanatory by the EDITOR his late one of the Judges of his Majeftys Court of The whoje revifed and corrected by Printed for in Covent garden j and fold by Pauls Church For letters faned the T is now beyond all doubt or con that there is to be an Additional tax upon It has hitherto been the policy of all former in levying F this to avoid op by confiniog the tax to fudi a musber of as that the poor might be fparedi they never fuffered the window tax to till upariany that had lefs than EIGHT windows j but riiisEnglifk American adminiftration who be fure mutt be nght in every thing they becaufe they adl contrary to all their have in their new intended tax upon win the moft cruel and wanton oppreflion upon the that I ever was beard tl But this have ivpeuled the late lamp law in America a law which been fubnurted to above ninety years be caufe America frightened have immediately Ihewn the FIRST of the many foretold tonjequcnfes of that which is ANOTHER TAX UPON GREATWRIT as if they had contrived bow to make this firlt new tax as grievous and oppreflive as they intend to tax whom all for mer adminiftrations had the humanity to be caufi thy were But all former adminiftrations have been in the and the prefent who acl in dirrcl oppolition to confequently muft be right the poor therefore they will 3ecaufe the pocr are as they cannot itand againft power j and yet o Eng land have the lame tho fame right to be exempt from that the neb Americans that of being reprefented in Per mit me to how many of the poor of London I mean the the where we can receive in retun any ukAil either of commerce or mnnuncrure Is not much wanted in England Has it not Ad in liitle more than twenty from fever pence to milling and nine pr poui Should not our manufactory of this article be par ticularly as it is more like y to extend jt j felf than any other Anti certain K we have nut a fufficient cotton prodimed cur own nor is these any from ex of the Englifli ifiands producing We have in molt the ciiltivivica of that Antigua and Kitts formerly produced great and Tortola was cur principal fupport feveral years for where it pro duced 3000 bags in my it makes oriy j The growth of cotton is alfo cittrealed at i j maica the planters in general go into mgar where the groaid and their abilities mit and while diofe obtain bv thft mo nopoly of the Bntilh market fuch high prices for j there can hardly be a of thtir Your obfiervation that wornout land may be ufed for isj but has neter beeu in praSices ho ugh this fituation of the Esglifli fugar lami has often been ailed by the ud is atliforta wojn cut ycu has iieen afo tioned as properly adapted for of cotoi hut I that countr will hard yproduce better quality than the Pjay let us not be j fed with chimerical notions of what j let us have the article for the prsffrrt iu the hcilnian ner that we may vie with all in cot toa And when we have a fuflieicnt quantity of goot cotton of cur at a no one will look for it elfewhere j the free port fhould be granted for a limited snd may be ftiut when that event Give as you with all my as we have done for but let us have fo eigis as we have now foreign indico I on terms with any other Europeans j whether this be high er low is not fo material as the having it on equal terms witli our If Dominica is there will be a great fae to foreigners tf all No th American and large quantities of melafTes will be brought into the iiland on the belt which is admitted to be abibkttely ne celfary to the trade of The great article of foreirn fugars will be epo lited at and there exchanged fur the manufactures of 5ic I and as thofe by the icheme prapofd nieal to be fliipped to foreign European in courfe paid for by fhall receive fo reigners fo much pjofit as araoiint to and will not in the e ft interfere wirh for they are now poor enough vote for Mvmbers of i our ovn piantaticr either at jr Parliament Not And is it not the fame With I Why fhciild we therefore be from R Cir refpecl to aimoft all the other towns and counties in i merce io in to the trrJe and na j GreatBritain And thefe who are no more jj vigadon of Great Xs I hors better reprelVnted thau the pay immenfe fums jj and that the wLo have reprelsnted thau tne pay iu and re now to pay In a America is and England is to be Therefore I do a for ever will 1 hat Eiiglifh is to pay for Ame rican And I win that this part for it is a part only of the propofed additional duty upon is CRUEL and OPPRESSIVE and feems to be founded no other principle but that in order to make the people we flioulu be gin by making them An Letters rcc eitt i A Conftant Frequenter of the A True Honett Briton I to tbt letttr figned in our pa per tj FrMaj for two hundred times read eight times f 16 Raceived fom time to with the greateft fupport the and carry it tion this as are ever T am glad to that the cf the Indian and Ncjth agc to the utility of the plan of opening and concur in feotiinents with ths out Sure I it is was ever propoifd enlargement or cur manifrfr mil bar I mofr frvcurnble icHem thnt reipedt to the A for t Ipenk and vote ngainit it can have no influence in a and fatisf the accounts you were piented to tranfmit me of the profpecl of opening Dominica umler proper and that the miniiiry had favoured this You know I have long wiftied to fee it take effect and from my own experience in the Weft India I always judged it the moft falutary meafure that court polli bly be propofed to this commercTal it is we have reftored to the by the the principal acquiiitions of the Sugar but this free port will lecure to Great Britain the as it will enable us to fupply Do with molt of the valuable articles wanted in the foreign Britifli manufactures of many provifions of all both from Ireland and North to a very great For which we ftiall receive in pa cot and feveral other articles wanted in our manufactories at Thefe gave me fpirits I faw a large trading town riling at Domi and our Weft Indian and American re viving with frefli How much was I furprizetl to by your laft that this noble fcheme was in danger of being and chiefly through the opposition of a whofe judgment the world ad Is it poflible You certainly have been Tlve deiign is in ought to be I finul not give credit to your lail account untili I have it further Can any man make it appear that our African trade mould not be and which amounts to near one million anj and not above one third ef tlie negroes in tur own plantations Are not thele negroes j chiefly purcha d witli cur own comnioditisa Should not the of Great Britain be encouraged to go to eveiy quarter of trie I Bnjfli J to very a more account fix in having the 1ighelt opinion of the nrmnsfs f prefent I To the As the fubjeft conversation in the world is the plan for opening tle port ct Bonii nicaj under proper I defire you will infert the regulations unanimcuiiy approved of by the Welt India arid America for the information of all your N order to increafe the and to ex tend the trade and navigation of Great it is propofed to open the iiland of under the following That the importation of all foreign rum and rits be prohibited raid that no rum or fpiritt be ex That all other foreign Weft India prcduclicuis be imported in any bot oms That all wooi and be imported duty and exported to Great Briain under the legislation of enume rated That all fugars imported into Great Britain front Dominica be deemed and fuhjeci to the fame regularions as if imported fioii Nortli Ams and to pay the French duty if in Great Thac all fugars and melailes that mny b for Cave to th Southward o iinsiitr be coiifmeil to he firic in Gra there to ne bondel exp n man whatever m be i no porte tall sign into ji II L or may from thtucc be That no vcifel India productions on nutted to tro to my oth is the Tied C mtu iii j That no velVs per Da   

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