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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 15, 1766, London, Middlesex Krr f T H U R S f MAY From the extenfive Salt of THE GAZETTEER A N I N E w D A i L Y AB v E T i s E R joined to the variety V channels it paces has lately been ibt means of detectfng b many and cf ap prehending fo many that it may bi proptr to give THIS fa tbt all infer mutism a i bis jent to B O w s T R E E be conilantly inVerted in THIS ij SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by SILVERSMITHS BUYERS OF SECONDHAND few robberies will ej cape detection tfpedxlly if ALL PERSONS make ufe ot the feme paper to advertiie their loffes Fr Tif WARNINGS fadevery thing loft or in or toy an for immediate dij patch to alt Jilvtr by the printer of this HAY K E MAR AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the THIS the of will be per formed a new favourite ferious called The Mufic compoied by With Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered This Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The gallery pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex Thcrs will be no Opera on Saturday on account of its being Whitfun 5 HERE AS fpme psrfons affefted to DOUBT in and have even infi nuated their DOUBTS in concerning the ve racity of the late QUERIES refpettfuliy lubmitted to the caatleur of Bis GRACE THE DUKE OF NEW bjf the prelent CHAMBERLAIN OF THE CITY OF Loknox He hereby CALLS UPON auy eifon whatfoever to either in part or in he any thing contained in the aid therein he claims a May Chamberlain of the City of tbe of thi cvunty of S A L 0 I Return you my fincereil thanks for the great honour you have conferred on me this in unanimously electing me your Reprefentative in Par in the place of my late worthy predeceilor M1 Lyiter an hanour the more as my regard fer the and the peace of trie did not permit me to apply far yo in favour nor even until the late general meet ing of the county had declared for Be that it fhall be my comtant by a faithful chi of my duty in to merit thole fa vours you have fo genereufly beltowed And moll obliged humble CHARLES jF E W This day is price be continued monthly NUMBER of THE PERIODICAL Compofed by a NOBLE Frintd for and fold by facing So Of whom may be Variety of foreign raufic among which new overtures by Holtz Speedily tuill be in Printed for in the THE ART OF MID WJ reduced princijrfes in which are explained the moil fare and eitabliihed methods of in each kind of delivery with a fumrnary hiriory of the Tranftared from the French of To which is AJI by the contain inoObfervations on foine Difccveries relating to CONCEPTION and PREGNANCY and on the vana tion of the Engiiih practice from that taught m this treati N A TranQation of the 5th and 6th volumes of Aftrucs Diieaies of which com pleat that is in the and loon be BOOKS to be SOLD This Jay is A CATALOGUE of SCARCE and many of them iuperbly bound in and Rullu in wnidus included a fine collection of law feyeral thbufand volumes in all arts and va rious in fine which will begin to be fold very cheap the ioweit price printed to each article in thecatalogue for ready money on Monday the a6th and continue on ale tillaM are by WILLIAM bcuk eppofite Of whom may be had the full value in ready money for any library or parcel of Catalogues to be had of the following bookfcllers Pallmall in Bond itreet crofs in the Strand j Temple bar Pauls churchyard Cornhill the at Oxford and Cambridge snd at the place of BOOKS Imported by DELE TAN VILLKj in near Melanges Hif 3 in Dictionaire Domeftique 3 in Traite de la Peau Humaine par le in Traite des par le 3 in avec Emerance a par de a LaPharfale traduite en Francois par avec de tres belles in Les en fix avec cle tres belles in grand Tout uii oules Amuiemens de la Cain TO be jutt A paicel ot excee fine Tokay ng ot ten and of fix years Samples may be tailed at the iobert Phipps and at the in Leadenhall A U to THE Guardians of the Afylum are requefted meet the Right the Earl of and the at the Chapel of the Tomonow the i6th at eleven in the when the Anniverfary Sermon will be preached by the James Rector of and Vicar of An Hymn will be iung by the Orphans and a new compofeef by Organiit of the performed by And afterwards to dine at the Kingsarms in Palace Dinner at naif an hour pait three S T E W A R D It is oi a others tntnu it as it falh upon thoe who able I have no doubt but that this affertion be ef JHevied in any teemed by many as being only a whirhfical paradox 5 I mean the PLte for when once the multitude is got into one certain f j for not one in s it train of it is no eafy matter to turn them who honour enoy to lend in from the beaten path like Balaams they j would be apt to crufli ones fe tagainft the wali when the light and fword of truth mines bright before them but whether this be really a paradox or will be belt afcertained by a review of rnlt mhiiue rial When Sejanus fir It emerged from i j circle of my poverty and in order to thrult bh into the ministerial he and his party affcSed to r treat all continental connections with and ho nly touches IUXAM y former in otherwise cc dont iieir name H W of inventing rev hir 1 men intrutted wtk tl will Hod out f George ETq Richard Efq Eiq Kempe Bridges Peter Efq Loftus Eiq No admiiiion into the but by which havebeen fent to each Guar dian either by miltake of or other any Guardians fhould not have received their or if they mould have occaiion for either tor the Chapel or to accommo date their they will be delivered at the in to the Secret No fervants be admitted to wait at but thofe of the and S te NTHuN Y at the Merman i a vern and returns his i propagated every odious inlinuation againit thofe from the neceility of the had agreed to j acquiefle in fuch engagements as had been already j and I make no and could from honour and j j increaie oi the u t be at that time receded from at had jj thought wurth n not afted ns others on like occafions by be relived from ti facrifking the of England to the continent on the had made the bsit of a bad had drawn good out of and rendered the concerns of Hanover fubkrvient to How far iach connections may h confident gocd when we coniider England as a cutnuierci l or belligerent it is foreign to my pun examine I fhall confine myleif merely and i a geiieiai in b whliin the re entered ivicue tlnn infreid stnile nt tiipublic of lnj this iii to tlis it fiuiuld MCr be oien p re at whether Hanover has not been highly uicu to England in aflifting us to prerve cur as by law and whether great reafon to curie as having been vbt piiicid ob tacle fhis and the chief cr turn n ine fuch an aitfuHyitem of iini J fterial tyranny as this openhearted known The general method by which nover produces this good as r no Miniilry con in fares for the defence of except a p none can be popular but and even the of t1 by a neceilary and ccr tion of thefiiititcp A molt grateful banks tu his friends who have already 1 1 to humour this wher honoured him with their and leave i i f i ij Hanover becomes the bulwai k i i for rhcir better accommo home and abroad as C U E R JAMEirl furgeons initrument in near the in George having executed part of Edward whilit he carried on trade at the Royal and he having now left takes this opportunity of ottering his to gen and acquaint ing that they may depend upon having re fined and other cut lery of his own and natters himfelf that the fuperior quality of the neatnsfs rnd exaetnefs of the will prove a lathfac tory recommendation to any gentlemen who will give themielves the trouble to call te feu Surgeons initruments and cutlery carefully repaired and was the confequence The fir it and almolt ininu diafe was a wanton violation cf the rights of the people and theie fuch only the be I ginning of and promifed nothing lels than j a ruling of this kingdom with a rod of No fooner was the peace than it was unnectlTary for Sejanus and his a deputy to coax j this nationally longer by afaithiul attention to then in order to gain from their loyal hearts theneceflary fupplies for theGernnn war and there fare the firlt fruits and eft efts of this temporary dif nnion of us from the caufe of to ti am ple us under foot indeed too oitcn in private where ones friendfhip is no linger wanted rence focn and injuftice follows at its who exert j even famine with patience 1 tion to ferful to How j grateful a to toi noble to I him into foreign j May L O N Yeftertlay hs Majvitv attender thcir i aiiu AT near Richmond in by TAYLOR and Youth are care fully and expeditioully inltructed in every Receilary accompliflunent for the public of or commercial plentifully fupplied with whoiefome decently nccotnmodated with and all other at twelve per pleafe to apply to in Long Weltminiter in Car nabyftreet at the in Vil lers Yorkbuildings Tax in Hog So ho in Black Friars in Bermondfcy in er to at Jonathans from ten t Taylor is now in and attends from ten to j twelve at FumiyalVuin Hoi curity had our conftituion or at eat force were the Ibii aay arc Uniformly primed in four with his Efrig eb price one guinea HE 0 R K S of the late HENRY Chancellor of tjcataining iiis bei Rions on Practical A iunmury View of the Controverly be tweer and being the fublcance of his Lecture And a Collection of between the years 1719 and in defence and explanation of and us and prepared for the by the Author and now repubhfhed bv SjEB Preacher to the Society of Printed tor Davis oppoiite Tlie above reipedive Volumes may be had A lib Ins Brici Account of Religious Du price ajid his Caution agaiiilt ReligiousDe price or per hundred to thole who give them in Lettres Galantes Hiitoriques dun Chevalier de in Les Pafiions des dlprens on Tableau ties Fosies du in Hiitoire in Hiitoire de Mils ou le vice de in in 14 Le Ouvrage m Hiitoite m At the fame place maybe had a Catalogue of fuch French books as are ibid by the faid Extracts from Travels through France b M and For and tutional and Political Englifli neceilary for ail Fanukes iaft To tk H PRINTER of the VING in the lait leign keard often laid by the wile heads of thofe that England ivas ruined by I at hit believed r true but wnen now reflect uuou rlie tranaitions of the Uife heads of timeS r am jncjinej to invert the and to tiiat England b been faved by and that we are indebted for that degree of freedom from miniittria which we now rather to the execrated Ger man than the pi ovifions made by our conltitution for the prefervation of or the activity of the people in maintaining them So little are we fh lighted mortals able to diftin guHri our fritnds from and food from pjifou s of it i in order to item this torren On nny remembrance of ihefe things not be wjiften in book of Britain The nobility ignobly licked feet of a favourite infodcnce and the c gladly received thfi bread of Ir a afked how they could thus they afhamed to ive anyl the reltof the rational men looked aroo one wondering what the end wju u they did all they could they they they fufFcred and oron r their eyes to America as to a facret behold on and when leait almolt delpaircd the wheel of round the fiiends of liberty roleup once and the abettors of lawlefs funk down to their own fo pleafed with the change men gave themielves not But the nation M re Vv ot that in the ucii I a memeiits reiiection to i enquire into the caufes of this hippy iiuo the i fecret fprings actuated this revolution yet the knowledge of thele is of the utmoit coniequince to this Was it the mere internal Itrength of ourconititution that effected the wife checks which our ancdtors had eitaliliilied for the controu of illegal power No Was it then a fpirited nubi lity which looked back with emulation to thole ac tions of their anceltors which had enobled their ta milv No the majority had purchafed all the vir tuous blood within their and were ready to eueuiay a iell it Did the Commons coniilt of Hanip dens No Did the Miniftrv love the people or them were they moved by perfuallve or jj made ailiamed by the ieverity of No it was Hanover alone which faved EngianJ It was that defpicable fcarcely found upon a which preferved the liberties of this renowned Ha nover was once m re expo fed to njjr rrom a bouring and therefoi e fuch a Minilti mult be brought in as would endeavour to prdcrve mourn and all e thies who have been engagwl in the caufe i and employed your lives to prep up the li ties af a tottering confHtution and degenerate 5 pie turn your complexions ye hold the little fuccefs of all your oioours wlicn ou find it in the power ora ihtc o ct what the virtue of Fngkmd could noc expinibt abettors of arbitrary f ov leges of the But a more or the motives and effects of this o the fubie6t of another I j ioiirn fill ix mornin ti It ill Is foi 1 t 1 1 for tii i p or w as many rna ii a in tavos and laHii s that Commons ad y ie and Grafon f t or l kin T the PRINTER of the GAZET OUR correfpondeut in a b upon upon rn s it now is the ufiKi over to r ton c he n h of thi iiat orders had juit who couui nctgive in order to beihippej i the niiactorcs were to people and to
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