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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 24, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily i j r 5iTti i i u S A T U R A M A Y From the THE Sale GAZETTBER AND NEW DAILY ADVERTISER joinedto tbt varieti of channels through which it pajjes bai lately been thj tneems of detecting fo many of ap prehending fo many that it may bt fropir ts give THIS PUBLIC That fvr tbi ail of this fent to ijvSl bs conftantly iaferted in THIS PAPER and if SUCH INFORMATIONS ire properly attended te by PAWNS ROK STABLE BUYERS OF SECONDHAND feui will ffcape if ALt PERSONS make ufe of the iame paper to advertife their 1 ofles The WARNINGS from And ewty tiling kft or in the or tsy are for immediate ttfpatcb tsalljilver by the printer of this ii MAR AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the THIS the a4th of will be per formed a iaveunte ferious called P E L O P I D Mufic compofeei by With new Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered Thift Day at the aid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfeever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex MARYBONEGARDEN THE mufical entertainments of this place will be during the Summer Admittance one lulling each The doors to he opened at five and the mufic to begin at half an hour after and K I M COALM ERCHANTS and atWbite Friars near the lELL SCOTCH and All forts of S1 overlooked by chance fome one and what ap peared to them but an immaterial which has nevftfthelefs been found in practice of fufScient force to overfet their and to lengthen out the date Englifh freedom beyond the difinal foreboded What this article I have mentioned in my and fliall now proceed to confirm my gene ral pofltion concerning the beneficial tendency of Hanover to maintain the liberties of this by enumerating the which attended the laft revolution of the While like the Cock of the was crowing at the fuccefsful iflue of crafty and flapping his wings at the profpeit of it appeared like other too crafty peo he had omitted to remove what he affe6ted to defpife one material obftable to his views of be ing Lord Paramount far in his negotiations he removed an open enemy from the gates of Ha he raifed up another more formidable and thereby only altered the courfe of the inftead of removing the danger A defensive treaty was dill fubflfting in full force with the King of not that annual but one prior to it by which the contracting parties in cafe they were obliged to take they fliould neither of them make peace without the others con who wanted peace in order to rule and defpjfed treaties abroad as much is popularity at broke this treaty without cere Whether fuch a treaty ought to have been made is a foreign queftion but after it was it mult be or elfe treaties are but rattles to ferve our humour and conveni j By the law of the King of Pruflia is juftiy entitled to part of our conqudls in America for when two Princes make war in alli the conquefts from the common by which foever party become the property r i i i r i j of both juit as the lofs or gain of two partners bii very large and other at the moft reafonable laid in a large quantity of the above j the customers to this wharf may not only dej pencl upon being ferved at the fcarceit but wit Lout an advanced and may be affured of their orders being executed with the greateft Clean oak and beech wholefale and fome perfons have affecled to DOUBT in and have even infi nuated their DOUBTS in concerning the ve racity of the late QUERIES fubmitted to the caKdour of His GRACE THE DUKE OF NEW by the prefent CHAMBERLAIN OF THE CITY OF Los DON He hereby CALLS UPON any perfon whatfbever to either in part or in the any tiring contained in the faid wherein he claims a May Chamberlain of the City of A I near Kichmond in by TAYLOR and AflilllnU Youth are care fully and expeditioufly inftrucleoRn every neceffary nccompMnnent for the public of cr commercial plentifully iupplied wholefome decently accommodated with aad all other at twelve pounds per in Accordingly the King of Pruflia re prefented to the laft that while he gained right to run away J nothing but we had no For pleafe to apply to in Long Weuminfter in Car at the in Vil fcrs Yorkbuildings in Hog Soho in Black Friars in Grange Bermondfey in Biflwplgateftreet j or to at JoKathans from ten to Taylor will attend from ten to twelve at Furnivalsinn till tlie id of when lie intends to fet out for the B 5 K Thif flay is THOMAS PAYNES CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thoufand Volumes of good in all langaages and facul and in fine Catalogues to be had price at Brother Corahill Childs coffee Pauls church yard Fleet ftreet without Templehar j Charingcrols Rid Jaraess ftreet Robfon and New Bondftreet 5 of thebookfdlers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of in next the Martins where the fall value is given for any or parcel of This day is At in Price Twopence Halfpenny THE A NEW To be continued Printed far oppofite in Pice Where maybe had num Alfo a CATALOGUE of valuable which are now the belt of alt kiruls of Noblemen and going into the may always have any on the fhorreit To the of Uie GAZE i has been often afferted by the the oretc writers otl British liber OUr was at tlie revoluton fecured agsinft all future danger from any airiultby rJal prerogative and that its only weak fide was in its being ftillliable to be undermined by corruption they have even that whenever this event mail then we mull for ever bid adieu to free and bcome dependent upon the nod of an But however fpecious this may nay although it is affirmed by a Eolingbroke and a Montefquieu in yet I ara doubtful whether it has not more than fince the memory of been contradicted by experi ence and whether thefe tbeorifts in politics have like other theoiilts in other parts of knowledge with all the profit made by the common and therefore he iblemniy demanded fome part of our either or But what Miniltry can dare to give up any of thefe The late Miniftry were difpoftd to go as great lengths as any to keep well with except fo far as to get their own necks into a and to bs made his agents to do that dirty work which he would not venture to do efpeciaily while he referved all the real giving to them only the fhadow of i for once from to farrince the property of the who had ne from refuted to facrifice its j What then could be done The King of Pruflia j mud be or elfe Hanover lies at his If England will not do him he can do jufiice to The confequence the late Miniftry i moved and the prefent Miniftry moved Whe j ther the difpute be one jot nearer to a termination I by this matters man almofl drown ed catches hold of a itraw for This at fays Sejanus to gain time and preferve Hanover till another But in the mean time we fee the ftrength of our boalted confthutien how it fortunately hangs pendent by a thread from the fateofHanover the King of Pruflia be came the inihument that preferved us from rnini fterial have we been re paid all the money fent by this nation to Germany We faved Hanover and Pruilia they have now faved us and both Bolingbroke and Montefquieu are to that nothing can fave the liberties of chis when it fliall be once under mined by So much for the motives of this next concerning the effects of As the Commander in Chief of the prefent Miniftry refigned becaufe the treaty with the King of Pruffia was there fore Sejanus that by bringing him in again he ihould be able to make his peace with thePruflian Monarch for a fum of induce him to relinquifh his preteniions to fome part of our conquefts I but whether this fcheme will fucceed or does not yet and is now upon the eve of determi It is probable that the King of Pruffias perfonal pique againft Sejanus will prove ftronrer than the pretended merits ofthe prefent miniiterinl General in they are only i Poflibly if the Earl of Tand Pitt were to i the King of Pruflia in compliment to relinquifh all pretenfions in the Weft In as they feem to have been made more in order to difconcert the meafures of than out of j intention of detriment to But if we may judge from the Miniftry is afraid to lay the Pruflian demands before the We fee that one fpirifed Nobleman has already refigned and as from his office of the Northern all thoie negotiations muft have paft through his in all refigned becaule he would not venture to fign bis name to the articles of The Great forefeeing the ftorm has retired to that he may not again be accufed by Sejanus of continental con neftions and others of the Miniftry ftand upon the tiptoe of when a baby has built a houfe of a fmgle puff of altho only from the of a German is able to overfet the building and fcitter all the illjointed To the PRINTER of the I MUST beg the favour of you to give the follow ing a place in your for the entertainment of your and my Yeu muft that I live in one cf the pleafanteft villages within twenty miles of London where I keep as genteel and good an though I fay it in it happened that one day laft a large company of rrioft of them as I afterwards came to my houfe and liking their as to be fure nobody coald miflike ftaid all giving par ticular orders that their horfes fhould well down with frefh nnd have a plenty of good hay and which was done when they were going away in the morn I brought in my as con fidering the prefent high price of every was as reasonable as I could poflibly afford to make and get a living profit by my labour but inftead of paying they turned to each and talking I know not in their own one cf who fpoke Englifli tolerably aflced with a grave whether I could produce any or der in or any contract for providing the feveral articles in my bill And on my anfwering that 1 could took cut his and cutting the bill lit returned it to that it was the opinion of his friends and whom he had delired to enquire into the that the bill ought not to be and therefore he had cut that it fliould not be prefented for pay nient any As I neither underflood nor liked fuch I was going to make him a ferious that I believe he would jotLave hked much when a who happmed to be Handing feral this palled in the public perceiving what I was in ter to prevent I faid that you are unacquainted ith the laws cf tliis coun cr you would not peak in fuch a cr our ui the pro to the in Inftead of encrealing our we c oughtto leflen ordeal out largely peifluity to the ji vifions of life make fo raj id n as creafe of expence in high and low How the poor fubiiil is unaccountable and if the increafe continues for three years to as it has done for three years it is not at all improba but this great city muft become one universal and molt amazing Scene of Thefe diftreffes muft arife from as artful fcens of a real or to the citys being over crouded with If no punifhment can be fjvere enough for fuch monfhrs in fociety thej are crowing rich with the vitals of the airho1 it is cer if the whole they themlelves cannot the fudden If there is a real every means ought to be tried to reftore If we would all re folve to eat no as ore well ill per it would certainly increaic the itcck of I have formerly the the ch goveinmeit to would be chafes and oreiis to the a fine iucreafe of prcvi iions if the fines or quit rents vveri reftrved to pay off the we migt ii a decreafe in our Something niuit b 1 far the ealtmtiit of IPT lcii orruiumuft If a reafouable profit was fixed upon every article would it not have very good if an of abfolute line btyciuf In I buyer or filler fliouid under the fcvereit re England every man is obliged to pay for what lie or i i ders without regard to any or whether that order is in writing or if you had any objection to make to the it fliould be referred to an indifferent not to your own who may be liable fufpected of par tiality to efpeciaily if they have room to expect that you will give them any thing as a reward for deciding in your AH this may be very anfwered the fo but 1 am fure I have not met fuch an ap pearance of nor fuch laws fince I came The very anfvrer I have made to the is what I have received to j a much greater demand of my cf near y the fame nature and furely what is fauce for a goofezs fauce for a as the faying isin this But to be I know the general and immu table Jaws of juftice too and have too high a refpect for the English to offer fuch injustice to any individual of were I even in my own coun had it in my power to fupport whatever treatment I may have received myfelf from fome in dividuals for I cannot charge to the nation in a proceeding fo contrary to its eitabiiihed character And here is your and thanks for your civil behaviour and good en which I like fo that 1 will never pafs by ypurhoufe without as T do not underhand what he meant by all for to be fure he faid tzn times more than I can I fliould be obliged to or any of your correfpondems form for I ihould be very forry to think jeopie who fpend iheir money fo and jehave fo ctvily among fhould have any reafon to complain of our treatment of whtn they go jack to their own as I am afraid is the cafe with thefe Germans for when I aflced the ecntie man to whom he faid nnd who had a great deal moredifcciirfe with him than I he oniy that it was no affair of and fo walked away flutigging up his as much as to fay he did not like as I have never troubled you I hope you will not think it too to in ert this at the requeft of one who has takta in jour excellent paper for feveral JERRY or corporal puniihment Would worthy of f a wholly and ings in the efTential articles of iu As to the lait perhaps it cipal cauie of all our real reguate ihc eal t It prin but if we continue mcreafmg in buildin muft increafe in can be done in this cafe J know mouths muft be difniiflcd Iboner ftarved and The vaft here draw ill the ufelefs OJ or we are ue of pieafurejj up the gfntry all the They Kave cultivation to overgrown who thai rents farmers will have tieV prices io we are ruining for want of a or we have too many mouths for the fupclies fen us Every thing rites and mobs rife to compel thir raafters to pay them better Let us m or we fliall f el the dreadful evil of hun Great rulers cf the kingdom and this city labour to find out a remedy for ihe nvaVcs we middling people labour or the andutterly fmk into a irate umv your rj p Of To die PRINTER of the GAZ TE leter fubfcribcd A MEMSEJ means member of pany was not only ancffs 11 been fo to all whole fenfe of dccei R i hi the Fishmongers Corn o but irut have y hcndly unies i much tCtaV 10J tne to n Si 1 ir d ji who conceals Ins own a pubiiipa and 11 irother wich is even if true bur if tb true bur if uem It iniirht indeed biave f the veracity of err To the PRINTER of the T is with great pleafure that the generality hear of the humble and fpirited remonftrance of Bi againft the intended and very ex raordinary addition to our modes of difllpation and expence thay are already too to the rent prejudice of this The failure of a confiderable is terrible to the lefs con iderable traders and the great reafon we have to expect an increafe of thefe if the merchants cannot live without emulating thofe who have no ting to do but to mull fill every thinking mind with the moft dreadful How far the inhabitants of Bifliopfgateitreet have to hope for I know not but it ap pears to be the fenfe of the Court of Aldermen and that there is great danger in en couraging a fcene fb intoxicating and If they cannot fupprefs a founded upon the legal purchafe and inconfiderate refolutions of iniii yet their determination not to encourage it I be a fufncient If it fliould be formed into an elegant with out a and without it can do no great injury to the Tjie admitting fo gay and expenfive a fcene into a that fo much depends upon fobriety and f u gality for very is fo great an abfur that a vaft number of very confiderable houfe cannot yet believe it was ever intended they think it is impcflible the city fhculd have anv irfhabitants fo there is no epithet exureilive as to the abfurdity of projecting and pro fecuting a plan fo big with mifchief As I fre quently pafs by the whereon this gram of luxury is to be I cannst help as letting into Troy the CoiolTean armed with tli by the flats ofhis uh be fair and by fuppsfition at and But rite port of fuch a charge depends therefore upon fuch is m tno power of any who has a head to difcern Iruth Now proved this cf the I have niber to be grofsly He therefore ccnvielcd from the a ialfe and then And whch not c Ms to i erroneous tenor of his own cf fcandalous charge with ought all candid te behold iuch r efpecialiy that height of aflftmed to make a j ke of en in a fecjnd to whhauK tempts at heavy thole own malicious which is notrb As to I never to be his but only a thefalfereaionmg of the MEMBERS hucr Ad what has he been able to lay tor lie does not difpute the current price of nfh was reduced frcm and to d but only quibble becaufe of the i1i Idd at d X ferent prices from the gwal price and aio doubts whether ones oirn fenfes be the to As to his requeir I would ihtr rc cxa3 proprrtional lofs and that theuhe will amend ms he muft have a head indeed to fuppoft that this is in the ne cefiary to convict him cf hdfe reafonini for having as I that there mlt aoro pcrtional can his wifHotn pretend any that there KU le a Jn follows verify the p a certain q f l came to ta i if the faie to per and chaged to the that ouc produced oJy Iro I Hi Ul c
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