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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 9, 1766, London, Middlesex M O N D A JUNE E Being the Laft of performing This T H B THEATRE in the Saturday i4th of will be performed a new ferious called E L O F I D The Muiic compofed by With new Pit Mid to be put and no perfons to be admitted without wliich will be de liversc That Pay at the laid at half a guinea Gafkry ive By their M A J E S T IBS No perfon whatfeever to be admitted behind the into the The will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex The fubfcribers tickets will that evening be admitted M A R Y B O N E A R D N mafical entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one hilling each The doors to be opened at tire and the mufic to begin at half an hour after The new coach way turns down oppofitethe end of by Oxford through into Marybone by which coachmen will avoid die dirty road from Nibbs W I M M T iv AT the Dog and ia is a fine temperate two hundred iet and one hundred fet Subfcribsrs pay per Nonfubfcribers each time of lune E Committee en the behalf oflbe fufferers by JL acknowledge theirrobligations to the Worihipful Skjsners and Sta JOT their properly expreffed by their generous Received fiace oar lait From the City of London o The Worftiipful Company of Skinners 50 o Tbe Worihipfui Company Stationers 50 o Sir 50 o Right Lord of Stratton 30 o o JFheiumyet received beingfhort of what and the moft refpectful at tention to the be expected towards the relief of the poorer part of the i is hoped thefe remembered with thehumanity and seal which characterize this are takea in by the fallowing Bankers Sir Charles ana Wickendanj and Clarke Meff and Fordyce aadSans Bland and Barneti and Hoggaft Bol and AytoifJ George and William Fuller and and aftd Sir George Sir George Colebropke and Thre j Richiud Sir Gofling and Kpiwert Ghtfcl aiid Temple Sir JoI fepti James and Thoraa3 Andrew Drunuaond Charing Back HartjEJaren and i 1 ii day fj Printed on writing m very neat pocket price fewed in blue CONNOISSEUR Wftg an account of whatever is curious Sid iii the and Sealk ojf tlS Nobility and principal Gentry of Eng both ih Town and Country At few of it is any Catalogues of the Cariofities that can be Davis and over Sgainft Holborn 5 at Cha rjngcwfe j R in Of whommay be Count Algarottis Effay on prrated in fame price tB O OK sThis Day on S A A CATALOGUE of a large and curious Collec 4ioa of inali Learning and Lan various Libraries and very pureliafed this feafon j many ca pital books the large ft and fine impreflions of the elegantly bound in Morocco and other curious Trie whole in fine condi luvi which are noy felling very cheap for read only the loweft price printed in tbe Cat By J E S O rf S O iii New Who gives the utmoit value fcr any Library or Parcel of or Bosks Catalogues to be had of feliowi Bookfellers Charingcrofs Strand Holborn 5 Fleetftreet Richardfon and Royal Exchange alfb the Bookfellers at and all he great towns in A C H I rT C T U R Ibis day is price The witii an appendix of eleven with THE BUILDERS POCKETTREASURE or PALLAHIO delineated and in fuch a manner as to render that moft excellent author plain and intelligible to the meaneft in which not only the but practical part of ar chitecture has been carefully attended Illuftrated with new and nfeful defigns of chim with their and en at large for practice j architrave fron and mouldings for the infide of the conftruftion of with their ramg and twitt rails i framing of and partitions with the method of finding the length and backing of freight or curvilinear tiie tracing of fplayed or circu lar with plans and of a dwetling garden feat and bridge and a table ot fcaatnngs for cutting timber for bulld The whole neatly and correctly engraved on Sny five copper With printed explanations net each By WJLWAM Engraved by Nut for at in Fleet Temple AfpiNDlx may behad price WHERE A SiK AH D E wife of GBORGii of in county of did fome ago elope Hrtd is now abfent from her faid by her imprudent and bad hath run the faid George greatly in debt Now the George do hereby forewarn and give notice to to trull or give credit to the faid Sarah or upon any pretence on my accountj for I will not pay any debts he ihall contract from and after day of the date of the publication As witnefsmy at Harwich this 4th day of GEORGE SAMUEL WILLIAM This Jay price A PRINT fixteen inches and an half by twentythree inches e graved from an original hiftorical painted by reprefeming Canute the reproving his flat The above print to be delivered to the at in Where may be fome of the beft impreffions ef the print of the Surrender of for which this is defignedas a being of the fame For the letters fened COMPASSIONATE NED and fie laft To the PRINTER of the HOUGH the Lacedemonians JK may have thought that JUSTICE and or fynonimous yet I think the Germans have experienced that the Englim are of another Their fentiments of GENEROSITY have been fully difplayed in Germany in the late war and though your of the joth of lad is pleafcd to that we were under indifpenfable obligation to defend Germany at that becaufe the Germans were then attacked by reafon of their being allies of Engj yet I believe all impartial men of fenfe differ from your correfpondent in that after they have carefully weighed the circumftantes of the It a novil doclrine in the law of to pretend that one kingdom is at thair own to defend becaufe they are both attacked by one Nor doth it alter the that the Wench King gave out that he marched his troops into Germany in order to revenge on the Ger mansour upon France in If French aflertions of this nature would tie us down to the de fence of any people who might be invaded byFrance while we are at war with that the Grand Mv narque might oblige us to fetupeur ftaridards in Tur key or Poland when he His underftanding muft be who can think with Ho that the late German in which we ex pended fo much blood and was an Engiifh merely becaufe Germany was invaded on ac count of our alliance with fome German Toe when they made an eruption iato Ger many on fuch a weak and frivolous moft certainly a very injurious part towards the j But no French pretences could lubjeil j us to the defence of Every when unjuftly muft repulfe the invaders in the j heft manner they can and if any ether Potentate i give them an to which he is not bouiid by that afliftance is an act of GENEROSITY which cannot in and ought to be repaid with if the re cued power is able to return it in no other When the French in vaded the our own fceurity required of us j to keep our troops at and our interell dej mangled of us to employ in America all the forces we in filch a juncture j no rca1 fon of ftate could impel i in Ger Mercy was our only motive to that war j nor did CVTJT the Germanized Dictator look out for another He well kntvv that Prufliu Germany were nothing to as a mo tive of charity influenced us to fave an had never proved grateful and is al ways defirous to conltrge debt evety of ours m England thro the fides of not we are obliged in peint of jultice to draw our words in continental but becaufe our companion to unmerited diitrefs is fo extenfive that we cannot fuffer oppref fion to lord it over while we are able to re prefs the lawlefs This particu Isr to the Engiifli oftsn engages as in the late German to overlook our own when the fufferings of others call foroui1 helping But by nieafure of jufljce could it be re quired of us to interpofe force in thefe circtimftances iu behaif of It thehigheft ingratitude in Germans towipe off the obligation they lie under to us for our in the late by alledging that they rnd to that af which we afforded ou of a principle of Had we not refembled the Lacedemonians in the belt part of their many thoufands of our belt men had now been whofe fome years fattened the German fields and whatever other nations may fay itis undecent in Ger mans to make any fucfi rpflecliong on England Engliili But and his as tliey in ord r to obtairf A firfpenfwn of the preju country thing that is GfrttidnjiH thrremaining claim of ibe Gtrtoajii are can what evidence is thereof the ex iitenre of inch prejudices Are millions we have atety expended for proof of the exigence of fuch or fhall we look for this proof in the bre favourable reception the prefent German complaints have met with from our Miniftry We are toe honeft a people entertain any fuch dices as Hcwieilus alludes that fome of us think very meanly of Gerrnun fince yet ihatinifapprenenfion would not juftify thofe charges thefe gentlemen have putliclybrought againit bur commiffioners for fettling the German and againft the members of our late office of CON TROUL in Is it fif that the characters of acting uftder the authority of Govern our us dillike German and Ger man claims That diflike has never yet operated to wards a denial of juftice to nor is ever arriohg fo honefl a to have any fuch on that libel gentle in appeals the who may be regularly profecuted if they have doneamifs If an unjuft par tiality has fwayed our commiffioners for fettling Ger man that may beeafily rectified in a nation which fo much abhors without at tempting to raife prejudices in the minds of the pubiic againft the fervants of the public any in juflice is done to the German claimants by the com miffioners appointed to infpect thefe what reafon can from thence be drawn for aecufmg of bribery the Members of the office of Controul That if is cognizable in a quite diffe rent and muft be tried like other rimes in a Court pofTefTed of criminal itisaquef tion entirely feperate from that relaiive to adjufting thefe and ought not to he handled in a What Government but ours has fo much lenity in its conftitution as to fuffer of that nature upon its fervants te pnfs with impunity But it feenis according to the prefent regula tion of our public any prejudices may be raifed againft the perfons employed by the late ad although their defence mult not be un dertaken without incurringjthe accufation of refenv bling the Lacedemonians in a contempt of Is this equitable r 1 it is equally juft with demanding of us catiQns for goods deftroyed by ike ot ifar be jare they were delivered to tur Demands of that unparallelled and ought to teach us cautisa in dealing men of fuch nva ritious are determined to repay our kindnejs to Germany by jerfecutins us with claims of that and charging the fervants of the pub lic with mifdemeanors the deepeft I know not what will be thought of fuch open attacks on the honour of this nation in the prefent Germanized But this Twill no hiitory can be quoted in proof of an equal forbearance pt when fuch grofs injuries were inflicted on the fervants of the ftate by for no other caufe but on ac count of their tenacious adherence to the caufe of their native whofe accounts they were de puted to revife and A TRUE FRIEND TO the PRINTER of the Six PLEASE to Who are fo noby anxious for the public that the plan for reducing the price of BUTCHERS MEAT is founded on the that there is full FIVE FARTHINGS difference in the be tween the price of an Ox in and the price of a piece of BEEF in the taking one joint with another nearly ONE PENNY of which is cleared by the CARCASE To prevent in the promoters of the pre lent plan pr pofe to pay their expenees with the ODD and GIVE the PENNY to the At prefent no money is wanted but if the wepropofe to the afliftance of the Public to EXTEND the fame in fuch a manner as muft be to every one fince we hope to make it that the matter of any family may affiii this without the expence of a SINGLE SHTLLJNG to Any advice on this interefting fubjecl will be thankfully if directed to Efq at the Fountain To the PRINTER of the A Queftion appeared in paper of this Why proviiions will be when intereft of money is low and e contra why will thty be when it is high P11 I fliould that a few ef the following con fiderations might probably fuggeft a fatisfactory an Money is in itfelfj of no value at far ther than as cuftom ftampsfuch and fuch a value on In other money is nothing more than a which entitles the bearer to the fruits of another mans or the produce of another mans labour and under thefe heads I mean to comprife the proviiions necefTary to the fupport of Thefe provifions confidered indepen dently of and abstracted from the Etiquette are jjlways invariably of the fame valuej a a or a quartern do jult the fame and feed juft the fame number of per in Henry the and inGeorge the Thirds But this arbitrary ticket commonly called mo varies vftry its value And heic iii order to avoid confuiioii aniing from the I fhalUake the lib Tty to fublfitute its place the word a tcchnkal uied Vy natural philofophers to fignily a of MatUr and ftsotitin I hat money hath a greater momentum at one than it hath For When moaey in one period its momentum is equal i yeatlj a twentieth part of its own princi his piece of goods for tbe others money and you he that the value of his fueen is founded in and not on an arbitrary ctif tomj and you may depend upon it he wiliinfiit upon receiviiig a mawcfttum in equal to tke natural value of the fheep that he parts Let fuppofe the following fliort dialogue between Buyer 1 How much piiiii I give you for that iieep that fheep will feed a farm y of fuch and fuch a for fuch and juch a period Let me I will not with unlefs you iettle upon an an dye of one lulling per an Agreed There nre twenty millings for youj which dye fee at five per cent fecures you forever the very Lack a day I ara afraid there is a fmall There now a fuch a quan tity of moicy afioat real or it is juit the fame thing to that I will be fbcn at two and a half therefore if you pleafe add another twenty and make it and the bufinefs is this is intolerable tis double rli I cant help it your own reafcm will tcli you that I dont get a jot better annuity at two and a half for forty than I could have got at five per for twenty D Well i two pound honeftfriend I cant blame rhee it is plain you and your fheep are but juft where you wifh all p h c c rap n and ail tr de and c mm rce were at the 1 Fray cCnt you of that Jutt PETER POUNC To tbe COMMISSIONERS oi PAVEMENT of L 0 N D O the fever paragraphs which I have feen A in the newspapers relating toj a ftone which is there calied the Aberdeen I conclude it will be offered to you as a pavement for the ftreets j but whatever may have been prematurely I doubt not the of London in thi con determine with the utmcft impartiality if tune permit the belt trial will to pave rbme narrow pafs in the where the friction is conitant and rhs weight great certain equal quantrJei ith the several ftones which mar be I arlead into this tliought from ferving a crcflbg that was made of the JJlue Whyruie Stone a few years fince in a little Eait of the Royal Exchange the and utiliiy of which is evident to tlie moft indifferent ohftiver hope proof no lefs evident will be con as a commendation of any other material which may be A CITIZEN and INHABITANT of Juns Sxj arrived a If ml from juns We have an account fromLou that ijie Sienr Nicholas a indent oTthe maintained a learned difpntaLi lall in the Univerfiry of that Tnis yoitn who is a native of his fight was but eightyears old notwithicanding he con tinued his Indies with the help of a and always obtained the hrtt He has fuch a quick and accurate and fo happy a that he can repeat 11 the pagesof a which cdn tains any particular proportion that has been taught him in this laft d anfwered all the different queitions that were put to him with fuch re gularity and as attracted the adrniruiun of all the who were extremeh and amongft them a number of who went to Louvain on purpofe to fee this The who is a Ccuhfellor of to fecond hisfons natural for the fhidy of jnrifprudgjic intends to fend him to and to to attend the in the Courts of May Six Religious an or der which makes a to atfift the poor Maudenear this have been feixed by iettres de and conducted to different know not yet with certainty the caufe but it is thought to be frr difobeying the jure fufing to fubmit to the ucfs of the From the LONDON His Majeftys Speech to both HouCes of Parliament n Friday My and It is the utmoft that I hnve obferved the wifdom and uniformly guWed you thiough the in which you have beln ed during the courfe of this long and intereluna of I perfuade IaJutary elftc1 muft be he nsnirai refuLt cf berarions conducted nron fuel Gendcintn of tbe Hcttfc of I thank you for the fuppHes whichjvt given for the feveral for the of public credit And you riji tlat no cecoiromy will he to repnVr them eiflctuaJ the parpsies for which Let it n another period to fill to and then the momentum of mom y is only to a yearly amv ibrti h nar of its principal uus o fun1 evsr rrr moft difpofes of goods or I imcance to in efFe A My The reat general the powers of to tc a continuance of niy dciireto nreferve the 1 on Mv dl theci And on tliis f undation i hope and pjvvrs aic under to My The iiianr rrguations which you extending and the trade and manufac tLireo of and for f mutual inteicourleof My kingdoms and plan in a as to provide fbftlie on a plan of due fubordination rcial interelb of the
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