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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 30, 1766, London, Middlesex                                TheGazetteer and F R I i MAY H A y K E be MAR AT THE KINGS THEATSE in the the of will performed a new calied r P E L O P I D Thixluric compofsd by WSfh Pitand to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which wii be de Lyered Tomorrow at the at ijalf a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES perfbn whatfosver to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at Tobegin at feven oclock Vivant Rex WHEREAS fome perfons havte affefted to DOUBT in and have even infi jiuaied their DOUBTS m concerning the ve racity of the late QtiEFUEs fubmitted to the casdeur of His GRACE THE DUKE or NEW by the prefent CHMBERLAIN OF THE CITY He hereby CALLS UPON any perfon whatfoever to either in part or in thing wnerein he claims a Chamberlain of the City of To be SOLD by A U C T By P H I P P S and n Thurfday the fth of at GaiMwayscoffee hoiife in at one loclfat noon BOUT 150 gallsns of exceeding fine and war ranted genuine TOKAY of ten and fix vears which will be iold three in a The above wine was lately imported by Demetrius will warrant it as tne Pennine and neat produce of Samples may be tafted at the coffeehoufe on Mondav the id sf and to the time of fale alfo every day at the PHIPPS and at the in is fay is rice or HE SECRET THE SECRET of Sir ROBERT CICIL with JAMES King of Now fiift publifhed By Sir DAVID Printed for in the Ox Monday tie oj June will be In two price EMOIRS of the MARCHIONESS Ds POMPA Tranflated from the original ritten by Printed for in the Strand and in Wheie may be bad the original French in two Day ij PROPOSALS fmFRINTINC by For the Benefit of the AUTHORS on the Being and Perfections of ereafi the riff s of or that every faHte ii a hami loft te agriculture Sy an encreale of many hands are Jolt to Aimoft all our manu as well as are taken out of that number of who were antientiy devoted to f If we had no our manufactures would find no foreign and we mould Ifflrve few artizans to what we now The man mult be who cannot ee that an en creafe of manufacturers goes hand in hand w th an encreafe of failors and if fanning required ns much labour as the want of thofe hands em d and her papa is aged fo a id he lives at near ant hat is in Devonshire and he wheat and this wheat the beit wheat Mifs ever aw and he fells it by die and he is paid only half a crown for it wheat never nor never be more than half a crown abufhel or elle or her or the lies and that is This I take to be a downright ad my good friends of Londons fair we have got two fuch learned men at the To the PRIN of the Zii F I SEE by the par it that the ave kite atlon of the nrule a un eights ii Walbrooke expeitrd their jurifdictlon have detected iouic dealt with them according to It eems a uripiealin j tafk for a or fert of t be come the accufers and profccutors of their neigh thougli a and ablohltely neceflaiv onej and I doubt n perience in havi thefe oe rx their by ars act cf mib Kad of the Gazetteer as Omega and jjc repay I hem for ai the i i 1 I ployed in failing and fabricating thofe manufactures i we hall ibon have the quartern loaf at threepence 1 i on Divine the Pleasures of Reli S the and Example of our and otter apd interefting By the late Printed few in u Tbit day is THOMAS PAYNES CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thoufand Volumes of goad in afflangaages and facul and in fine Catalogues to be had price at Brother Cornhill Childs cotfee Pauls churchyardj Fleet ftreet without 1 emplebar Charingcrofs Rid Jamess ftreet j Robfon ana New Bondftreet of the bsokfellers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of In next the Meufe Martins where the full value is given for any or parcel of Tcthe PRINTER of the Philop charges me with a pofition T j i nevei that of unconnned All my letters mow that no fuch propofi ti011 ever drept from pen fo that none of his arguments againlh a mejfure I never can at all concern Thi plan I let cut on that the failors would befeverely felt in our cul tivation for every veiTel requires ttores coniiiling greatly of butter and which necefiarily muftraifethe prices of thofe befides that the carriage of thefe articles of pravi fions to our feveral ports take many hands from til Before that vaft encreafe of failing which has been confequent of the difcovery of the working part of the people had no employment but what the culture of the ground and of eonfequtfnce they lived in a difperfed tearing their food out of the bowels of the cur laborious Poor live in an aflembied condition at fea as well as And that alteration of our cir cumflances is fo that it feems wonderful that the farmers can afford us bread as cheap as in the former part of laft although they fell the other productions of their farms at higher Youll alfo pleafe that while I have interceded with the public for the that he mould not be ruined by prohibiting exportation till the quartern loaf feli to as Omegas partisans yet I have always endeavoured of engrofiersjwho raiic a moft opprobrious tax upon the public by their fini fter Thefe pelts of mankind are the difgrace of and the fors of Were they removed by whoefbme and that partition of I carried into we by temporary prohi bitions and temporary encouragements of exporta tion of conduct our market fo that our far mers mould have no caufe of complaint while was nourifljed with bread at or about a penny apouftth The artillery of our wrath onght to be at but not at the honelt in whofe fate that of cyr indultrious Poor is The farmer well meritc thofe gains which Philoptochas grudges if we conuder the many accidental lories he is expofed to fometimesby the diflionefty ef and at others by unavoid able the Varieties of which it is impof fible to Few commercial bufineges pro duce b fcanty a re venue that of 18 by the year and if we will not fuffer the farmer to appear with his family in a genteel who apply ble they have in fhc I hope Juries will toilovv the laudable ft does not feem ealy to find the certain mnchiels to cure the evii in the price of ne and if Omega goes and flops the exporta I and we hall have the belt white bread fold for nothing at all and he will order us a bounty for eating inftead of giving the bounty 11 ceflary would to God it it feems to the There will when we may j to be in our power to fee that the and every get twopence for eating a quartern ioaf This is j other rank of have their for as practicable as any cf Omegas other fchemes their due weight for their The law I have but one thing more to and is people are appointed in eveiy and it to hang or Itarve all the farmers and the j Ij is fhamefuiiy if they do not do their oilic 1 country gentlemen by this means London and its j the nmiihnent in iome degree for wiut punilhment mfactures may rlourifh They talk of rhe j j can be too great is eafily effected the voice o ins cufnefs of ploughing it is all j j Poor cries 1 mm a nit y and juftice plead their ve been in the country very often my wife cauie To the Inqneit Juries tley lend their ii let there not plead in 11 It is very ccmrncn for I to have a draft of two three ounces ta the fcale that the ellinoarticle Lit thtni remember the weavers j they only refufed a bill they wiihed and they wereat Welt muiiter and liloomibury in a Tax the landed and they wont mob cooy iley uibmit to an hilling tax in tit fine peace Tax them ten and dont them raife their Make the fanner fell his Kjriefs than it Take off the tax on Jo vhat the honeft Londoner always drunk and make it death for the countryman to diink any thing but aud thsn we fhall be a fiouriflmig I am JOHN Deputy or Candieitick To the PRINTER of the fPAiS over the of your the pretended as not worthy As to my that is of no confequence either 5 I prorefs to in to theconcernsof that common fenfe and jtut are not confined to any but are rhe general privileges of mankind and in regard to J profxfs to that the man who will cheat with falfe will as readily cheat with falle weights and fcalcs that they who are flip pery in the tongue and whe i occafion indeed at Iflington and we never any ploughing The grafs grew of and fodots wheat to be I liope the miniliry will take care not to difouige Omega for if they well be about their j s put and this the chiet complaint in the de tections abovementioned therefore I would parti recommend it to all juries carefully to exa mine the for in them generally lis the the weghts are by no means to be neg Sure no lenity fhould be mown to thefe mies of theie deners of laws of God and who and hourly thus grind the face of the iu whom humanity and every tender infarion is loft in an infatiable thirlt of ava or they could no if there is any of them net roo hardened to nor too blind to fee for and who have thrown off all regard to the laws of I ndvjls them to attend to the following folemn declaration of ay felves to farming The culture of the groundTs not I Ierves be uft as fllPerv Wlth their Novv I only a but an honourable 3n hs iecond letter has in fact acknow well deierves as great encouragement as is atH falmood of one of his arguments for in tendant OQ fitting behind a The farmer has many cares the mopkeeper wants and that the former is as ufeful as the cannot be fhould we think thofe gains too large for the which no body would pretend to be an adequate income for a flvp But the op ponents of the honeft are always They pretend to be out of humour with the high prices of the productions of cur farm in our yet enveigh again It thofe laws which convert com mons into and fubject ourdefarts to the plough It feems at fir It fight incredible to that fuch an abfurd phrenzy hould find ad vocates in any fenfible Do thefe gentle men know that every acrein commons is at an worth more to the nation than one milling by the and that each acre of fubjefted to is at five millings to the and may often be rated at as many pounds by the What man in his right would rail at an arrangement which encreales fo hugely our national If theie gentlemen had any ideas of national they would never talk fo They mult certainly borrow their notions of as well as of from thofe narrow concep j tions io prevalent among perfons of a mean of attempting to fupport he introduces a new one to fupply the place of that which I had de molifhed andiirhishit letter he acknowledges the jj fallhood of his other argument for in regard co that rinding it tenable no he again in troduces a one in its Here therefore I might quit leave him to the reproaches of his having purfued him until he has been forced to fruit his ground and retreat to But for the diveriion of the I now that the argument isjuit as falfe as the old As to I am a Stranger even to hi perfm hut I cannot help Itanng at tteeffron i terv of our pretended to think that it is i juitthe fame in reafoning as in felling nili nnd that j falfe can as eafily be pafled oif for true as when he fwears to a London that his itink j ing fifli is as fweet as a He If the price of the whole quantity of rifh was not reduced frcni to foufe falls my I can deny that the confequence would in this i 10 Wcmuit all appear the judgment feat of t that every one m receive the thing done in his accord to that he hath whether it or ba That theie are I none ualcfs being perfohaliy concerned a hiiiul partiality does ftuj ify tiem j but I would remind that Gndis no of and that hs nj fill tne wilt ds FKIND TO THE a MI May The fiiit article oirhe c tion made between the Molt Cliriftiin King of Great Bri for liquidating tli7 is in fubltance as follows His Excellency Geneial Conwa full power and proprietors and bearers ci their the reduction footing of fifty per for bills c that part ot the cerrikates afiimiia of ieventyfivc for rie j and the remainder j for the firry and five j reduced or rntiuiry i j foui and half per intsreir to the to commence from t it h iih to of the Tub s or ought to be fo conduced that the price of wheat has in all regajded hould never exceed tne or that that Has a fpringing from commodity fo fold that j upon the love of ihat Being of whom onhTit can the wheaten quartern ioaf had for with truth be faid thathe Plato and all his and thiheufhold bread for as jj followers have conftantly underftood that word in Thus our Poor would never want a pound of the fame fenfe with i iviswian Of Facility of Phvfic at on the fuhiectsuf his bread for a Nr bread be always as cheap as in the beginning of the reign of Chailes the i vhun labour was one halfpenny cheaper than What reasonable man can delire a greater plenty j How can it be faid that our Poor are j opprefFed by thofe prices of bread which they paid when tlie wages of their labour were fcarcely more thantkecnehalfof what they now receive Common fenfs again ft fuch a fuppoiition And it is to Uat our ufeful ar fhall be by compelling iperfotis to retireinto that quarter ot tlie abilities notfnfncient to maintain them here for that is not the of any of our manufacturers The growing magnitude of our great me is a prcof that even the enhanced prices of ourprovifionscan deter no body from whofe ftay is either of ufe to or in any vay advantageous to this great The highrents of our antient rifmg edifices fuffici that our valuable artizans find invij M And the refuge they had recourfe to in the common acceptation is as iii founded as the reft of their fophirtical for that word has no other nor ever was muherftood in another fenfe than I have given except among thofe whofe ignorance is equal to that of Meffieurs PHILOPTOCHOJ We on all to be by reafon and neither of which will approve of draining the nation of its wealth for the fake o cheapening our Nor can it be any fubftontial that the culture of corn is to been courted by revoking thofe tauue which have been the happy fourceof that and thole riches which now bleis this ALP PI letters an Mean well An Enemy to Philo iuf tainecl and To be reckoned among that renwins to ti and never will appear till the multitudes who daily croud thither begin to Is it poftble fhat be enr hedeaiss tbai fm cf fdkrs KUJ n panmaker 1 know him well my who bovght her pans of him proves you know nothing about the price of grain do Miis Warren dined with him on and Hie is cafe fa But as it is needleTs to refute the fame ar gument by mewing more errors in it than I admit his in order to prove that there is another error For he not proved in his fubfequent paragraphs the truth of this that the whole quantity was not reduced from tp per I admit indeed that 215 tons ibid at is st the rate of per pound on j and not that I have caftir Urh bur I take his Neverthelefs this does iiotpre vent it from being that fifh was reduced from i to on an For what does this include Itincludes the produce of thefaies during that time in which Mr El ke as well as that in which he iuitains Icfs that the pro duct from the i6th of May to the 3oth of September during which time Blake made profit by fiili felling at per pound 5 and likewife the pro duce from the goth cf September to the 3orh of September during which time Blake ultruncd lofs by fiih felling only at par pound therefore the lofs in the latter produce by the prorii in the former when united together in rhe furn total confequentlv the price per pound of 115 tons fold at uft be about i that mult lie a price fbmewhere between aud But by its being fo much than to it that fuiUined gi enter lofs than he gained fo that the has not hewn that fifh was not reduced to per but rather proved that it and ftroruyly confirmed Blakes OVJH and inv that the price was reduced from to The remainder of this letter is again foreign to the original as it only tends to point out a prefumption thai flakes accounts of his Lon expences are fluted aod not to convift him of having made profit by an of MiQUiiti asftateit by A GRATEFUL iiut ne the 1000 ihal be on the fame fooing for as the dbrs of the iha not be iubject to redaction the who to the arrts of council in France rhe 29 of Jjrs and the d of i6i till f PhyHcbn of the Refect Docrur of rke aidan excellent writer on died here aged 83 L O N D O Lout Chamberlains Stable May Such LaJiss and as to at ike Ball at rn llftdnffday next bs jf ej are io tcetr Harriet and te ibis on or before MwJij next the of j Ladies to fena jor ikar licktts on tkt fd betMien the hours of ten in tki itvo K the It is no longer a that the dearnefs of pro nnons is chieily csving co a redjcarcity and at this fcarctt is the unatjoidablt confequnce of SNCROSSINC For the occupier of a fmall faiu J melt poulr cheeiej to the utmoit of 11 being under a necefliry of making the t of is incluitrious in breeding and fupplying the butter which the opulent in a great lecls for the fake of that rnportnnt one bim OF CORN Andhi this menus the public is deprived of the proportion of which the Ume land formerly This feems to be the ckar itate of the cafe 5 the rvii is daily no hopes of re drels to be unlrls from his MArESTVs GOODNESS by ordernpthe and in the neighbourhood of whre thecaiainifv is e vercly felt to be lett out in fmall verted into pafture would oon relitve the di trtlles of the and reitoie h out the Kagihot gtnious is tne Kot iul leis Wild I ever There are feme land acres in this which do not produce nor wood theres no but by prouer they might all it is t credit to his be iuch a defart b in a laud of hulb OJi Who who is loc took theli undf plicity of itood undertake icrves ht to 15 th n ciry in Euro reing b near the to i i t k nietrc uoblenrin of 2ret it it oji   

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