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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 23, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily MAY H A V M A R K E AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the HAYMA the of will be per forad favourite lerious called P E L O P I D TTJie Mnic compoiect by With Pit and to be put and no perfons to he aciedcted without which will bede livered morrow at the laid at halfs guinea reach eodery live Bv E b f I E S No h atfoever to be admitted behind the nor into che The g d and will ba opened at dven oclock Vivant Rex tU n r j May eiercoy that the annual ge ot his Majeftys Lieutenancy of will be held on Tuefday cb V eleven ocioek in the fore oiUdh in t f e directions of the act cf parliament 10 and fir the purpoles therein oe SOLD by A U C T I O Fy P rl I P P S and S O On Timlfday the 5th of Garraways coffee noirfc in at twelve oclock at BOUl 150 gallons of exceeding fine and war genuine TOKAV of vn and fix Years which will be bid three dozen in a The above wine was lately imported by Demetrius who will warrant it as tne and neat produce ot Samples may be tailed at the coffee houfe on Monday the id and to the time ot lale silo every day at the and at the in Leaden of this fpring juit ar rived at and BARNETTS Mineral Water filled by the experienced ot whole long refidence there makes him well known to the and has contracted to fupply this w and no other in Frefh Seltzers Water arrived at the above Ware Where be had Till other Mineral Water in their greatelt at the iowelt jwic uil ie printed on wining in two very neat pocket fewed in blue THE ENGLISH CONNOISSEUR Containing an account of whatever is curious in Painting ami in the and Seats of the Nobility and principal Gentry of Eng both in Town and At few of it is well any Catalogues of the Curiofities that adorn them can be Printed fr Davis and over ngainit Of wliora may be Count Algarjttis Eifay on printed in the fame price WHEREAS fome perfons have affecled to DOUBT in and have even infi nuated ther nouivrs in concerning the ve racity of the late QUERIES refpeclfully fubmitted to the of His GRACE r DUKE OF NEW bp the prefent OF THE CITY OF LONDON He hereby CALLS any perlbn whatfoever to either in part or in the any thing in the laid wherein he claims a May Chamberlain of the cf 2 his tiaj are Uniformly printed in four with his Effigies price one guinea THE O R K S of the late HENRY Chancellor of Containing his Seimons on Practical 2 A luminary View of the Controverfy be tween Chriftians and being the fubltance of his Boyles Lecture And a Collection of published between the years 1719 and in defence and explanation of and irs and prepared for the by the Author and now republifhed by STEB to the Society of Printed lor Davis and oppoiite GraysI The above reflective Volumes may be had Aiib hi J3rif Account of Rdigious Du prce againil KehgiousDe price or per hundred to thole who give them ij go that immediately affect the welfare ot the Poor becaufe difcontent is productive of want is the harbinger of be faid on embargo laws I mean on thoie things whereof I have fpoken fmce the wifdom of them is indifputable the experience of tueir daily utility and the general approbation paid them from difmterefted individuals is confpicuons to a de gree ahnoit bordering on But very little can be impartially infifted upon in favour of exporting thofe articles of corn and provisions not withstanding the repeated efforts of partial difquifi founded on views of fordid lucre and inlatia ble Exportation of however injuri j is the irrefiltable temptation that leads the mo landholder into thoie modes of oppref j fion that terminate in the deltruction of his foul j and as u is at prefent we can judge it no thing lets than the wide devouring whirlpool of Bri tiih may be in vented to demonitrate its propriety but facts can always be produced to prove its Men are not to be taught that a meafurc is when they feti it to be It is an infult on na and a violence to Let us then be cheated of our food by pretended advanra es u 7Cif S In price One Guinea and an The NINTH VOLUME of THE VEGETABLE By iiluftrated with 60 Copperplates and contain ing the and Hiftory ot near 300 Britiih and in an eafy Printed for the Author and Void by in Paternoiter Row and in Jamess Of whom the eight former volumes iuy is Neatly printed in a pocket price or 6d POEMS on leveral By JAMES BE ATI A NEW Printed foi1 William in This LJtr With a large complete MAP of neatly THE COMPLETE COMPA NION Young Merchant and Tradeimands Sure Guide The nnd renfon of ths art of trade and The qua lincaiiojis of an accomplished concilely yet comprehealivcly Of proaiiflbry inland tand foreign bills ef con moft neceiraiy inftructions Of the of according to the London betweea England and all the prin cpal Hates and empires of The art of ac comptantfhip luccindlly delineated in all its as well mercantile as Diraftions for book keeping in as it is applied to factors and fu percargaes accomprs in the Britirh plantations in and witn regard to the conducl of a faclor r fuprcareo there and back The commo dities each nation we trade with takes from and we take from them together account of the molt remarkable coins of the different na tions of the and their value in Engliih mo The extent and boiMtlaries of the different counties of with an account of iheir pro and their moll remarkable A mewing the price or value of all forts of goods or commodities whether bought or fold by the long or more at various pricey A table of brokerage or commiffion for buyiig cr fel ling of ftocks and goods of all from iSth to i and from down to The davs and hours of transferring and of re ceiving at the public with fome cautions with regard to the together the holidays by thofe offices throughout the Ihewing at one view the Engtilh and liillinas in any number of Portual J5O J K S to be SOLD CHE A is CATALOGUE of and VALUABLE many of them iuptrbly bound in TurKcyvand Rullia in which is included afine of law coniittingof ieveral thoufand volumes in all arts and and va rious in fine condition which will begin to be fold very cheap the iowert price printed to each article in tiie catalogue for ready money on Monday the and continue on lale till all are by WILLIAM book eppofite Of whom may be hud the full value in ready money for any library or parcel of Catalogues to be had of the following bookftVrs Pallniali in Bond llreet Charing crofs in the Strand Temple bar Pauls churchyard Cornhiil the bookieilers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of Fcr the Utters FELIX fen pieces of half guineas and gui Tables of ftady caft 3 one hilf and 5 per from to and irom one davto a To which is A State of the New Duties on and winch are contained in no otiier on By a Society of Merchants and Printed for W in Where be A Complete Syltem of Italian book according to the method piactiied bv and By Daniel Dow In pace bouKd To the PRINTER of the BARGOES owe their corn mencement to diifeeat ei ther from local Icarcity or national benefit i what is heid in one countiy as a proper article to Prohihir the ver fame jn another may confidered as pofitively necefiary to It is a difficult to know the moil prudent oppor tunities when to open public markets for expor without prejudicing the internal policy of a if the respective officers thereof are influenced by mercenary motives and equally difficult is it too for a people to obtain redrefs if their rulers are their If the landed Gentlemen did not experience the vaft lucrative advantages arifingfrom the lare unlimited exportation of their ears would be now open to the advice for raifingllvs that our Poor may get provifions at the reafonabie rate of keeping body and fbul to gether but as there can be no fixed rule to govern the principles of fluctuating fo there can be no inftkution fo p rlect as to prevent the evils of iniquitous a free abounding with manufactories and vail in their gon an embargo on the of life is never and confequently mult be always pro per i is a fyftem founded on the truelt and heft fo fcrupulouily mould it be adhered to by every commercial that any unfeafonable ininngement on it ought to be deemed It a fcheme evidently produc tive of public and individual existence that the very lealt departure from be trays the utmoit ignorance of thoie principles that preferve the power of a and maintain the har mony uf In Great Jsritain where our irade is wiiere our manufac tories are ard consequently require an infi nite of hands to fupport where popu lation where the very loweit ranks of the people have aivays been accuitomeri to feed tifully on and whofe labour demands the ne cellity of inch a an embargo on oar corn is nia nifeftly wile and till it is reduced to the price of three millings the buihel and while our provifions are at their prefent exorbitant rate with the inibient iniinuations of their fuithtr in our markets ought to be opn far the importation of live cattle for evil machinations muft be counteracted by falutary and ar tificial mult with its contrary From the various arts of opprtffion now univerfaily countenanced and praclifed throughout rae I cannot but look on it in a worleand more dangeroas fbte than if it was engaged in an actual civil war for depopulation is the whe ther it proceeds from the fword or or the talons of Harpies and to behold either with an eye of in dif is to be guilty of ingratitude to our char and treafou to our Embargoes are periodical or juft as they fuit th1 convcniency of a or dUheL the power of a In the letter we are impelled to it by the laws of drfeufive polity and in the we are led to it from motives of interior prefer va Sakty is iinplifd in the very name cf embar go and tVijy its will tver ilace thoie arUiies under the power of embar milled by unjuft calculations ot the farmers but inftantly unite in the cf a parriarnentary inquiry concerning the merit of the caufe in and bare our to theeye of royal patronage for no thing can juiidty a frequent exportation of corn in this country but a fupcifluous plenty of and to be occupying all our fields in the almoit fole article of is not only kffening the breed of we mult be finally ftarvedby flow but it ihkewife to an abfolute the vtry fouroe of our woollen Mindc wholly wrapt up in pecuniary purfuits are always tenacious of their be they ever fo pernicious to or injurious to They judge of ctiufes from wrong and fee into effects through a very falfe From hence it we are perfuaded that a continued ex f portaticn of cern is becaufe it encourages agriculture j juit as if we fhouhl annually fell our navy to encreafe the growth of But it is equally indiiierent to thefe men whether their country be i wallowed up in or conquered by fo their immediate gains are not leilened or O worfe than fools momentary fliort will be your enjoyment of the fruits of your ini quity and terrible is the reward that waits your deeds I have no perfonal But it is na tural for every honelt for every lover of his for every friend to his it is verv natural for them on feeing the rapid encreafe of grievances to to to adviie 1 Rulers are not always though they be and norwithftanding their leafes yet their patriotifm may Accumulated farms are contrary to and an oppriffive encreafe of rent is repugnant to If they will examine with due care the fluctuating principles of and weigh with ferious attention the juft intcreft of their they will be alarmed at fome events lurkins in the fufrkienl to difcourage the molt ava ricious tyrant from perfifting in meafures that reflect on him as a and dishonour him as a Interelts vary as arts and avarice ftrengthens as commerce enriches to tbele we are indebted for the liberal and the o the delicate and the That trade which is fo wifely calculated to communicate knowledge and good felowfhip mould irdinuate the deteita le paffion of is a truth to be lamented and deplored and it is equally that from the fatal j effects of that vry commerce herfelf is de j A fuperticial oblerver would impute the caufe to an wherent principle in all tmman iy items deitructive of their own exiltence but that is not the cafe for the real caufe is in man whofe pro penfity to evil is juft the fame now as it was five thou fand years and whofe pallions only lie dormant ul they have an opportunity to difplay The ftate of commerce is fubject to fuadry revolu as every age can owins to the caprici oufnefs of her or the opprtflions of her ene mies and where the arts and freedom in there he chufes She mult be in dulged with many and protected from every tyranny impoltors hkewife are not to be ad mitted to difgiace her nor excifes fram ed to cramp her But whatever immunities fhe may be commerce never can be permanent urdefs it is fnpported by All thofe cities in the once for their fell to ruin for the want of a due obfervance of that fidelity which is fo effertially neceffary to pre fer ve a mutual confidence oetween man and man but as they grew rich they grew and the very means they exhibited defeated their The fure fate attending on that greedincfs for fo prevalent in and too confpicuous in Britain Monopolization is not leis deftructive to commerce than injurious to fociety and a wife ftate will always an evil that is fubverfive of its In populous and commercial not any one trflde whatever Should be engrolfed by any private body of its nor a imgle eftaohihed manufactory conducted by jobbers btcaufe the mo tives are and the eiFects For the lauded the very leaft monopoly in a country ought to be iuppreiied with fcru pulous or woe be to the Poor if herds and tillage become lucrative articles of export ed commerce England now experiences the ud ries of this truth with univerfal She groans beneath the evil with unutterable Farm joined to farm is not enough large are united and i whole county may become an individual Encouraged by the example of fuperior our leffcr mo j nopolizrs ar grown fo that they have for fome months dinted r foluriows of raifing mutton EVEN TO A POUND pious fhould 81 be permitted to i fuck lius inluimardy the vitars ot his Mri itvs j fubjectSj J for their that tiure will be none left in the kingdom to ear their precious except their righteous From a late examination into ione accounts laid before me relative to the fanvurs txpences in I ing I nod no juft caufe o retract what I have heretofore afferent hat from a pLniiftii whe jthenocr of may be fed with bread at he rate I or at not than a ha ennr advance on the quartern allowing the j his prohts to maintain his family and ay his Thirty yars it we had ccra at half a crown the and there was at iaft a third psrt of wheat then reaped to what there now and much the lame number of mouths to con fume In the name of why are we not then to have bread as cheap at this time Efpeciaily when we have 16 large an encreafe of No we are told the government gets two millions a year by I believe But this is good rea were we at crofspurpofes Or if we had no poor of our own to the the o vernment will not iole the leait psrt of its and the landholders may iji enhance the value of their efrates by erecting public granaries under the j direction of honefc appointee by the W government and thefe never to beopeiied tofup ply the foreign markets but when they are and when corn fhali be in real By this means we will then net as large profits from one acre to what now do from two or more and the price will be proportionally great while it the fame tome it is at home and T overplus cf the prccnt cornland nvy be applied to other A certain honeft farmer candidly confdTVs that he fold wheat thds year at four pounds a load than what he on account of our poor but he has no GprarssiVK An from a fpirit not viilble in his that the prefect deainefs of provisions does wholly prooeed from villainy cf from an aciiod of castle from the vast quiotity of laid which is every jear lurned i they mui ncceiiarily liaie the iels to I attend to the of herds and at the go he we have one third ef in twenty to what there now I i news to chcar up the countenances of hr Bac i Kail Factors i But nor wa the liaple article of this kingdom we rnultthcre fore plead iome oeopie keen the c j open to ihip tliere fhouid be ikwv a j premium the bounty oifeKd r the s couragement exportation for he rich uji have j no need cf neat while their purlls are filied with j and tthe pocr want food when P vidence has decitned he it eir protedtoio Cl I gentlemen KO o but I believe we Ho j different bngiiart in a ro fcheinfts are j ear a our i in v icuois in mv r of this unhappy I neuie no pa j may be paid to I j impartial and iieneath net inftueoctci I wifhei are conioi ffyie i the ntivroij there j rccuee into practice if hut for three u way of trial thofe falutary been frequently by d j vers cf our j A when founded on I Huuld be always heard with rfrard or lor d iubbc ord now ittvr and my Lout impolicy and ant of patriclion in any Ictt of ru lerto lilten to to defer j tiie of paooLar evds nnce itfeif nny be withbchl too lour and w all know that dif j patch is the fpirit of A relief ke tfcre that concern the oudic peace mould nver be de had various pro e itats lit r of liich the lealf ofpub ur f boecmog reoutode by tlie unhappy A oojidoof nr t to be j exposed iVeoo a wi e people and vhch 1 j but bedcda and pitv thing can he ay a greater jno m cf a da e d re I nej ating into Haven than the peode j under their oppreiiions when can fubnrt to evils incompatible with their laws whcoi they j have nct virtue to cppote the torrent c f nor ijrrit to rcdrefs the grievances they uf j tain In fuch a it highjV he 1 hoves the fe that are nor governed by anv motive hut that of the public to a fit rt with unwearied firm res tior of the public o r ert the public caule ihall be my da ly tafc for I ji am not afraid t my ainamed i to exphnu my Perifli the wretch that has J not his corntrys good at and bisk the man j I that is an eoeoiy to the Poor Ke the foner ever fo j tod him he is a Trairr and be h the latter ever highly truth wii ji proclaim him A CVRED the evidence of facts iijgtti a feel ing creatures rouzed from a fpirit of affection for my country animated with an in herent prircipe of freedom impelled by the dic tates of virtue and encouraged by the worthy names that compofe our prefent adminiitration ye RuLtRS of the I hMn bly call f To you I novv addrefs f
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