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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 22, 1766, London, Middlesex 1 d MAY From the P O L I C THE exttnfive Sale of T H E GAZETTEER AND NEW ADVERTISE tj the ann tf channels ibrtigb it has uildy iby of detecting fo many ap prehending ib many OFF EX i zV may be fropir to five THIS ptjnLic K or all ormAiiin c tins to B O w s T R E E conitufiy iaferted in THIS PAPER ij SUCH INFORMATIONS 7v properly attended to by EX J E S IL V E K S i H 5 BUYERS OF SECONDHAND it few rsbbenes will ffcape if PERSONS make ufe of the feme paper to acivertife their lofles f r F I E L D I N every ibing left or in the or ley are for immediate ta all filler by the printer of ibis HAY K E MAR AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the On Saturday the of will be per formed A irrious called P E L O P I D The Muiic cwnpofed by With HBW and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without will be de livered That Day at the aid at half a guinea each Gallery rive By ther M A J S TIES No perfoM hatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into liie The palery nit ami will be opened at To begin at even oVicck Rex oi for the C U U T R Tils FAMILY M CD KIKE from to ecu gtjeas de Jigned tor ufe cf thcfe who arc do go d to their joor nignboars biii ctoe of fudden ilncis at iC m when or apottmca tUt ft ior and t is well known ntiny pattens Ure n the by ilying at great a diiiancc an in their theits are all the medicines ei the FAMILY one of bcoks is given with each or certaiiiiri plain and full directions tor rmg aooTprDoeriy nurSing the tick and ome very uitfvd obirfvaaions upon plans of the deiign are given at Smiths chyrnical Newgate Cheaohcle where only thefe chefts are to be Family Phylieian is to be bouLlu of ad the bookfellers in town or R AN E L A G H Jl O U S BY PARTICULAR ILL be opentvi THIS and on the jlh with the ufua Eveuinp To be continued on lx and till further Admittance each tea and cclree in The doors to be opened ar and the mufic to bein at Neatly printed in a pocket rrice POEMS fevera S S E C T iBy JAMitS A NEW Printed for in Fur the Utters KINDRED SHIP WKIGH A To the PRINTER or the sHEKr is nothing that betrays con Sciumefs of a bad caufe more than to rrie a prfpoheliiori in f T hi r i i r i lS before it be iairly AT near Richmond in by TAYLOR and AffiitaniSj Youth Mt caje tuiiy expediuonliy instructed in every ueceilary RCcompbihment ror the public ot or commercial plentifully fuppbed with wholefome decently accommodated and all other at twelve per pleafe to apply to Tull in mg Weitminiter in Car Long at te in Yorkbuildings 1 m Hog Soho in Black Friars in Grange Bermondfey in Bifliopigateitreet or to at Jonathans from ten to jCjp Taylor will attend from ten to twelve at till the zd of when he intends to let out for the of this fpring juft ar rived atFiDDES and BARNETTS Mineral Water filled by the experienced of long refidence there makes him well known to the and has contracted to flip ply this and no other in Freih Water anived at the Ware Where may be had all other Mineral Water in their greater at the loweft VENETIAN Window notliable to be out of fixed on a new nnihed In the neateil and iluined to colour for iniidei cf houfes or chiiaoti givethree different lights by puking u draws up as a cor obftracts the trouble rays of the in hot anfa prcierves the prevents being overlook may be n tr put up in ta nrtvate by firry and by catmet maker and Ia Fcr orders to take the extreme width and hcigot e Skill f in e a v the patient fits commodidrts in are exceeding convenient or in cu and may be uied with or without the hacks or tac BOO K tiir is PAYJsEs CATALOGUE j Year 1766 Containtng i I uatanl Vommes cf goad in ah iaiigaages ticin sird in Fine crnn church yards Fleet without Tewplenar 3ev Jamess ftr t Xobion bnr iew Bondtheet of tiie and Cambridge and at the piace cf fdc5 J no ryne in next the where the full value is Sivcn for any Burcsl of of tins application to the lories every of the many and grots prac ticed againft us by our allies ia the late and of the inluience with which they compelled us to fubmit to by that they would not let their troops march the opening of a campaign till all the demands which they thought proper to make for the preceding as well as were complied with and were urged as a reaon for iejejling the demands that remained unpaid at the end of the as an tho far from equivalent for what we had iuf and an exertion of reientment worthy of the Engiifh which it owed to itfeif for that now were no longer under a ceflityof fubmitting to it and at the iffie was to be made to make it go down till the the debts of demanded oy pri vate ludiyiJnais who expendedi their whole and Itrrfined tlvir ercIit to iitmchf ex tent ia the ice of and v ho iuiit be in evitably and irreparably ruinfd th o not be as too many of them w the with the vereigns and cnuntries for reparation cf the damages they hacVfufered by the ttnhap pinefs to betheJeat of rhe the ugh claims of dedamarenitni in the com mimon appointed to Iettic the remtttnmg deniands on account of ihe as will appear ironi the fol lowing extract cf order from the kighc the Lords oi the the 17th of to the Conimiiiionen ior German c Whenfvcr you be appiisd to for the liqui dation of demands of nature by are no charges againit Great inform tiie parti ij you are authorized to ii quidate inch demands s are founded upon trea or agreements he tween his Maielty and his or upon con tracts made by the of the Trea or bperlbns duly hnpowcred to make tiie fame by conimiiiion under the great cr by the Comrniihoners of the or fome lawful authority under the Crown of Great Bri iii no or ec cafioned tbc can hi The di liner us defign of thefe artifices is molt The claims of contrcicisrs were blended with fhoeof the to raiie a the former by the oi the joint and prevent enquuy into the juftice of them by the dif ficulty of difctifijng the with which they were thus as many who can readily compre hend the fpccial deb s of trade want of acquaintance with the utterly at a lofs how to form notion of the of nations the mind is itailee at a greatneis to which it is Idiat bme hundreds of thoufands m for i e jniliy due to Come hundreds of at the conclulion of a coure of for nitre than twice Co many K to and accounts ot uch ie nature of ealy to be ex vhen manv times as LI are lumped with i is railed agtdnti the jultice of art rrjeeled i gether without tiie trotible that would be too difficult to demands in the re realy are lepenite in them iiiat docility is and the of them as will the id f the that the Germans en that their were comoiied i their notthat mine was in the leak under irined about but that I might be the better able to determine that of On the publication of my fir ft in your pa per the and alTiighi appeared in that hefbre wore the miles of Security and They hud heir heads together they coniulted fh their and the refult to treat the attack with an affectation of contempt while it continued genera but if it ihould coins to then to have recourfe to which would not cjen the o ruths that might in their confequn he to the interefts of thole againit whom they were In purfutmce of this vd righteous that letter was injmediately to be a bafe calum ny an ijifoli upon the whofe approbation ha3 been given in fo diftinguifned a inaiiiur to the rneafure here cdled in Did Grnrms think England was to be a property to them forever Was it not enough to have raid them manifold for every thing we had had from but mult we aifo indemnify them at what rate they pleafed for they had never fnhered r Who would indemnify us far what we had fullered by them Heaven be we were no longer fuch fools we had broken the tether of German with which we been fo Jong and were at length our own m af Such was the burthen of their fong but it is to be prefumcd that they will thitik proper to change it though to what tune is not eafy to be That they ihould boafi that thefe in finnations were becaue of their not being particularly I ihall walleafew upon thorn to that nothing a calumti till it is proved to le fhife that the greatelt intuit upon is to millead it by mijepreientatieni and that the G in projcrf in England but ibe price of their roods bcucjtly foil nor to be indemnified for tmy ioffcs winch they cannot and alfb prove thJr right to be indemnified for for as the lols oj magazines filled at the places and within the time agreed but taken or eietlroyed by the enemy in the viciffitudes of military operations re they could be aclually aiil without any of theirs and can it be calumny to that they who would prevent the payment ot aim a deadly wound at tiie honour and interest of England can the re bj io audacious an jniidt to authority as to make i guilty of fuch in juitice f As to the of German I ilirdl riiat lappreliend experie ce ha proved that the public is but little indebted to thole who were in fuch harte to break or they would not have been up again io foon And having balded their iirli T in gtre them t for thei future direc tion j iora compromise m a niv by ncctilty nitu of which i have to a milerable or at lettil I been obliged t leac cif thoSe bufmeiles sv to j the great etiioiiiotejic of the they have liip 1 ported their niay we not 1 once more my their iiorality rf hone r Why ihtfuld I we tniich our of and jj by fupplying them by fitch numhers i whofe may ttntght tiiem the neccf j iityof a reformation of rfieters J t It has been of particular to extend metcy to of evsry com plexion but fiiicc the eir ro Inch act of hn i inanity lias graced our ou li the policy a more q cnt ufe cf afts of j Grace and cffen that par j djned offenders fid fir bcls uieful I to the which prrderKd ae we as to their cv n c n ihcuid t c Jonger p roc St in ate an t he L mi rcr of whica j preients to cur reighboon the ufe of thofe hands we j fo much want in Frifnr and If we ju4ge them unworthy cf b etching cmce more the i free air of tlds refpcdablt why we not jfgivethera their election to go to A if they j plvafe Many of I am would rejoice I to pafs their days in our men un der a government vhoe laws are ihe mirrouraf hu man rather than continue in arbitrary ihtdk in corrers at cr fpin out a dejecfcd hc the wal s of cur Arne j rica they he vdcfui to Tan As they are now iiiipoed they either exiil a burden to them I a Slain on the roid a difVrace to hu ji man or cncietle the importance cf our al ready toe important Never nntjoi need of hands we at what cttn better ferve us than our Ir the 1ait we need to keep I in fuhjeciioi 001 new of Bengal and Orixa j and in the our wide unpeopled jj loudly call for inhahitants from our while tb a number oftenants cf hfr i own Our ij and our uninhahired nvoor are hut too flrong ol that internal vvanr of people we labour then ihould we detain in goal ruy perfcn of life Or why drive fro in this j j kingdom a man of the Smttllelt utility Our na il ticmai revenue can receive no by 1onogfor lire the cf our And tie 1 kingdcra can neither he improved neu defcndd constraining i of this island ts take reltige ia j the armies and ninouhccarios f or in the i comptinghcufes ot In few j and equally us fjcm en tombing mn who have not their lives to nation fore have iiicceedcd wiiCiS oc red oy this tiieni gla c tocai ry them rather than any longer ing body of the will never be dfudtd f no if fgii c i L which they have hren jcahc rafters by any dandertint ag and deprnd upon the joltice aoo lonom lifl nation the when t their crouhb ftiali be rando I your I am much obiged to y A is and fo httdonj with their cha Thex hkh f orca h i in fhojd ety Lv net i have t are iS ibJ jer by ihur rides it jbali be rcaijed OMEGA is come to cj3 1 be printer cannot n hi to motives jsr ti djire or tbe being or a private tending to a reciprocal advantagi in f a f j on cur hr nz vd oi ttie h i i and no j power o3r icitti eo ihe aojU ri the a Cur empire tXtencs rom the nlingto letting of ti 9 E Fitpofuh ty ColleClion or Lehbns ior the by JOHN Condiions This worse e uriiued on imperial papcr and engraved b ft The tenns of half a be paid at the of for receipt will be given at tfe lorig Cnvaadifhfquare it Welcktis Ann and at cpoolite ea fide wilfbe ready to be delbErtd t the on producing tiieir receipts by oy of the Lefions beiiig the very n tiit mands out to ho by ttits thut oemands of cuettion were many or them due clufion of t e a no yet n o a jj the army on that or tuo st ance on the of the Though I had touched upon both rscints be I thought it y criter thios into them for the following Aware that an attempt of w h To the PR INTER of the VERY good man mini commend the hutnanuy f of vour of the oh prooofals in favour of perfons connncd for merit the highcll attention there are many other miferable wretches HI whoe deplorable circumltances are yet more and well deferve public though Some of them are otijects or puolic Tlve un happy beings 1 are thofe confined at the nut of the crown loruebtS due to the ior or failures in nndmg for ing the appointed by the fentences which warrant their Tlte numbers ot per fons on tiioie accounts detained ia oad at the lti oi the are not and amount to many hunclretls in as I am Theie have no hopes of No act or iniolyencv leaches and they crurtct ov any interest or obtain the benefit of the cr even be for one moiitent to out th ir heads out of i 3 and GUI commerce is rehramed within n Other I j bounds but a e ft to it by cur cr cur rio us ever attained ib much I1 importance and the ony It in now relting on our j j inational feverity on debtors and i meaner whom we rob of si the jovof life offences not to ba deferving cf dstio rab off that to this amazing pitch of grandeur and ail or us con cur in thoie lawful pnrnjiu which alone cm lende j us a happy and i iiouriirdnp vijtuo are can it e oeuiCvt hut the of our jj afiiirs itrongly us at this time to buiy all jj otir animontiein and join united hands the promotion of the glory oi our matcddcis and the profperity of his agrcearie to inoc ircm the of the iufferers while before ibs thought thcmfclves they hibmt a fdently tons Irelolved to watch the of a very of their and what would have recourfe to in ojder to ward off an aitack of lo intereiting a nature as the mcfi of their own opinion of a wuhottt the nmit ap iijckiiii io every naiml in whicii there remain traces or Trailers often expe i mercy of the nation ia of f nt rio is ever exteniled tn tails ro tte debtors and to perions lined and cordin d A re the latter hf favau racle in tiie eye of public than tiie t nacr is trealon the deiinqueiicy in the of common fenfe The in tiie hta s oi and thej regarding the cuff into a voluntary into a Skulking life fo thai they havealmost been A K 1ST ID AS To the iKR of he GAZiT S I hive commitee to nfcr IftMrs to ior I h o i of the uhry or o a iiy bein than i vra r cf feck a j
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