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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 14, 1766, London, Middlesex                                DaiM i From tM P O L J C Salt of T H G A z E T T E X R N D DAJL V APVBfcTISB joined to tht varteti brtiigk It has 2y fo many rehendinew many i At roper give ruii pirsuc Ttaf tbt Kill be cbnftantly infcrted in THIS PAPER jycH properly tittended to byf NT BUYERS OF SECONBHAND robberies ivill ffcapt dttefiim if ALL make ufe of the ame paper to advertife their 1offes f PI E L D I N The WARNINGS every Ming loft or the are far immediate asfyaich to olljtlver atitbtt by the this H A Y M A R K Being the Lait Time of performing Ttiis A T T H E THINGS THEATRE in the THIS the of will be performed a new Serious called P L O P I D Mufic composed by With new Pit nhd boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered This Day at the did at half a guinea each GaMery five By M A J E S T I E S No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind ihe nor into the The pit and will be opened at Tu begin at fcven oclock f Vivant Rex if Regina The fubfcribers tickets will This Evening le admitted LINEN Wholdale and between DYER and T of fccing by mu tual content THOMAS DYER returns his thanks to His friends for favours anobfcrs leave to acquaint them and the that he to the HEN and opposite the Bifhopfgateftreet where he hobet for eontirtvunce of their which by the quality 6f and of being vdeter iniried tiie Jo laid from the FI s t H A N A AND GENTEEL Juitabteto town or from whence orders flvalV bi duly attended carefully and by inoit NEW BO O I M p p T E and DE in the f ISTOIRE par Paris JeJai fur des dans 1Art iev par Paris Svoi par JJefcriodoa thi Cabinet de Ratio pars Siltiolifjaire de Mcoiuer 4 1 3SiJcyctpp44Je Portativei raifoftneadAJwfooue 8s de 5 6 de 1Efprit Humain dans i les par Paris j 9 43 ESai fur les Ridicules des Paris Erreuri les Paris La Religion THonnete Paris Critique oudes Nftuveaux Paris z Siemens dAAfonpmie a te Fortes des Marmsy Paris Elemens de par De De la Paris 5 des Revolutions par a Cfifique du Gpuvarnement Romain Pans des la Suiffev Paris Siemens de 1Art Mtlitaite ancient par Pan a Vuea fur le Cspimerce dts Fragmeiw ij6S Iimo B UGGS effeauafly either m town or by ANDREW at the the firft heufe R June TH E betweem WILLIAM THOMAS Brokers was This Day dtflalved by content trade is continued by each on their Tbis Aafis t In two MEMOIRS of the MARCHIONESS DE POMPA Tranflated from the original Written by Planted for in the Strand and in Where may be had the original in two This Day is By Stephen near Blackfi iars in Lud price only THE CELEBRATED SPEECHof a CELEBRA The public may be allured that this pamphlet con tains every line of that genuine edition which was privately while the under the title ofPoKiricAU and fold for and ffext Week will bt price FA N N Y or the H A P p Y Fram the FRENCH of Printed for Becket and De near Sarry ftreet in the Of whom may be the following New Books Langhonies Poetical i Koyal By Francis An By the A In Three Smolletts The Bailors An Effay on the Jonftitmion of 9V Moral 3 ys day is Printed for oppofite in In One Vplume price AN H I S T O k Y of the L A T E MIN OKI Exhibiting the ifid of that during the years and Being the SECRET HISTORY of thole and containing many inteteftiris FACTS never Jbefore by Paternofterrow Bath at Briftol Eietjr at Oxford j Fletcher wnd at Cambridge j Norvvsch atyoik at Newcaftle and aH other book Of maybs The Iebltet ofthe BritiJOi Houfe of during tlie years anii In two price 6d ktler figned and Fu LrS from tlie HISTORY of EX in oppofite AndRws HolbOrn being iiniverfally known amongft the fir ft the city and fuburbs of after veral yeare His abilities may be known enquinng at that capitaUnd well known flic Swaa with Two Lad which mikes uo Hear two hundred and were five orfix vears ago rwarmthg with thcfe noxipjjs vermin It the at Xjap ham a and numbers of notTooth pMnuon wlWe 5ou have a feosfaftotv account of thofe naufepus vermin being totally deftroyed the abovementioned Andrew after have proved I alfe to look after fiich bfeHs that I hayo at the rateof oiiJuliing a year eacfa Any gentlemen may Sve a beef cured ftoiteft and ready lie minutes after cured bug liquor a with proper directions bow to The favoiraf oradi in be kindly and duly Beww of sw 1 am ob liged after them and mead their I recommend to fudv of fie gen to have th gooding peered min caifrd noxious ver to of the GAZETTEER HE mod advantageous way of hewing approbation to any under on to In this light I have with the highed the letters lately in your in favour of the caufe in which I am Tht approbation of men of i fenfe is a proof of and their eniures While fuch writers therefore take part Vrth the feeble attacks of and malicious rage only do me under what ever plaufibte titles may have the allurance to The nefarious fcheme of confounding the demands and who had fupplied the En gljfti troops with indifpenfible or ad vanced their money to aid the operations of the with the claims of dedatnmagnnent made by the Sove reigns ofthe countries which had the misfortune to be the feat of the and the grofa cheat of affum ing werit for tiiefe when theywere exprefely exeepted in the commimon for esquiring thoie 4ave been te the ter coafufion of tlie perfons concerned in attempts fo bafely In eifecliilg this I in my publifhed in your paper the ioth I would not Wunderftood to interfere in any refpecl with thofe claimj of and pleaded only the wliofe being Iran gers amjyngus has made it difEcuH fer them to j that the fair contractor for inftanof who kas honeftly fujfilled liis fhpold be paid what is due to But neither would I be by tliis men tionof contraelora which I made only as an to exclude the juft demands of whomay ttot have jiftually fjgned and fealed written contract the valtvof their The reafon of that ge neral andNmmuraole lawcf which gives con traclois a right to includes alfo as without waiting to make generoviny fup plied the inttant of traops togetlier with thofe of friends from whom fuch fupplies were without waiting till they cWdbe given to them 5 on their producing proofs and the beft which the nature of tht cafe can in fupport of tbeir If any diftcrence could be Made between it moft certainly would be in favour of tlnefe whoie application to juftice is feconded by 2S the for have a rneans of enforcing their de and bad an opportunity of ftipulating ad from both of which the latter are necef farily CotjU tlw want fuch fpecial contrails be peadedin bar of payment in the gene ral intercourie of all the miutuai confidence of mult be at an end for one trfinfac tion of where a written contract can be there are ten thoufand in wfiich credltisgiven oat and the lams rule maft iaditputably hold in as well as private The only reafon offered for infilling on written iit the is to prevent But on whar are fucU frauds I And if there are grounds for fuch why is i at the Germans alone Mutt not Britons beacconiflJces in thofe frauds Or muft they rot b6 principals to bring them to And will admit a principal to exculpate himfelf at the expence of his accomplice the detedVtcn of one accomplice is fuffered to e fcape punifhment by the difcovery of another A which I they who made the firft would be very forry to fee eftahliftied in the prefent In juftice is all that is demanded from England by the German claimants 5 and tice England will do them fpr the fake of its intereft as well as its honour according to the old always in the the bell po How deeply both the intereft and honour of Esgland are concerned in the event of this has teen already hinted in general terms and frail foon be proved by particular When I firft entered upon this Iprotefted againft anonymous opponents but I cannot preclude me making my juft acknowledge ments to luch as are compelled by their confciences to pay me a however contrary to their A true Friend le in your paper of laft Mon clinches all the objections he can make to by me with the as by that title he evidently means I fin ctrely thank him for the honour he does me do him the juiiics to acknowledge the conformity of his at if her has not even a nearer connection with the patrons of his Lord and the former of whom brake with our whofe attach ment Pitt always cultivated with refpeftful at tention and the latter appointed who have with their claims of debts iue on account of the war in favour of which debts Pitt and declared his in the ftrongeft Let fuch True Friends to drudge on in die dirty work of him who patched up the late and extended the yoke of the lixcife who made the American Stamp and fought to evade payment of the debts of the It is the pride of Honeftus to follow the Heps of who ibornedvo hide injuftice under the ak of cecono iaved Britain from by the repeal of the Stamp and who had acquired the national honour and advantages which were given up by that The folhnving letters art receivsd An Old Lover of Fifli To the PRINTER of the IN a nation like where every man is free to fpeak or publifh his thoughts on public mea provided they are jeftrained within the bounds of decency it in fo me the duty of every man to lay fivh hints before the as may cenduce to the TurtheEance of any public IF is on this principle that I prefume to offer ray thoughts on ths preient ftate ottlie corn trade and give fome hints of what greatly vmarove and proctire fundry benefits to the which we are at prefent deprived bounty of per quarter on all exported has avowedly been of fervice to this By agriculture liath been encou commerce and the rent of land much augmented fo that who ever would wifh to take off that bounty and for a muft be either a very weak or aa enemy to tlie real intereft of this Yet humbly prefurae that fome amendment may be made in the mods of the that would be of ftill greater And confifts in putting tht bcuitij 6n taigreiiud wheat on both an the famefoot This is my pofitiort4 to enforce which I fliew the difference nowexifting between the bounty on wheat and that op flour i relate the evil con 1 fequences which riovj arife from this difference and enumerate the advantages which will neceffariiy arife from the propofed j It may be faid that the fame bsunty is given on that is granted on for there is a bounty of on every quarter of wheat containing eight Wincheftsr meafure a bounty of alfo oa every eight buihels of wheatmeal or Very true but tlie difference that a quar ter of wheat will not produce eight bufhels of 56 pound to the bufliel on the on anava tromjive to fix buihels of according to the quality of the is all that can be made from a quarter of wheat fo that they are very far from be ing on a par and it may reafonabiy that the at the firft granting of the were not well informed of the proportion of wheat to more efpecially as at trat time there was not ONE mill in England fit todrefs for hand and horfe mills being generally in ufe and it is only within thefelail forty years that any meal has been properlydreft here whatever is exported as is only ftour under for dreft would not keep for but heat in the hip by the quantity of therein and become unfit fer ufe before it would arrive at the deftiaed This difproportion in the bounty has been productive of many real The nation is at a very and let me prefunie to a very abfurd in giviag a bounty of per quar ter for exporting smiths retule and oftaiscf the grain for fuch is really the cafe at fmceinevery four of wheat there one quarterof the above But this expence is not the greateft evil for by the ex porting wheat there is a great decrenfe in and itfcreafe in price of that pol which in a great as to us as the flour Hy asd poultry which are fed en it became Asd By not having the provinder of horfes demand for oats is fo much that this coua try does not produce fufftcierit for the conihmptiaa j and weare forced into a lofing by importing them From a fear of and its high the callico printers and dyers are greatly and their manufactures muth dearertfean they otherwife would befind alfo which is a grenter coniulei to as a jryiritime psvver is at near double the price itoojild be af forded at if there was mere wheat grdarni at The evil of a ciency of the retufe fom the dearnsis of bran and if duy be hail at realonahle wijuld greatly reduce l ofe of other kinds of food if may be very esiy to what be thegod etredhof putting the bcuiiiyon feur on an equality with that granted on wheafj which is my third If this propofa is once pafTsd a then the and dreflincr or flour her would be greatly ths great ad vantage of mil millwrights ard all the trades belonging to the contf ruction cf coopers fer as great part cf fhe wheat exported wjud be cut in we mould not only pnyKif Anns in bounty on but that very being keptjn the hogs and poultry reared in greater abundance horfes alfo and ibeep could be fed at a much cheaper and the nation would not be drained of money for foreign A greater number of hands would be and in pro portion thereto pariihes would not have the number of poor to maintain whkh they now have nor would fo many made defperate by want of em have recourfe to evil methods for their Our printers and dyers would be eafed of tlieir prefent burthen the livery liable gesilemen who far all would find their txpences Itflened ail owners and mailers of hips would be at alefscoitro maintaintheir ia biicuit and as rhat is a commodity vvhicft will keep a great open a new and beneficial branch of trade in fupply ing other majitime powers with thai neceifliry arti cle fo that the Vifcuit trade be brought tote equal with many of our To thefe oiiiiderations msy be that flour wiH ketp much longer fweet on hoard of fliips than wheat efptcvaily if i is kiln which aay be Tieetiwry in long voyages therefore it wuuid better againll a bad market wheat being often obliged to he fold at a greaf los j and hns been frequenUy fo heated and thnt when iffeas arrived at foreign it has beert condemned as inferviceabe and tfercwn into not only to the ota of the but to the diigiace of the Four alfo tliis advan tage of that the frtiaht is It very that foint objeftions may be made to this what ichenie CPJI be pro j pqfed for public to which iflfintereie cnvilling cannot rails S1 objcCliojs but I cannot Forefee of tUe I fiiaii take up any mere of your reader bat uil they rnay be A TO THE L ON D O ling go ten tt Ayeihtyafid retiring intc ths eoiiittrt frr the miy it feni IB rbtm iy tos Central Pott every previous to its being pub ihhed in London ht next ning ivbcreby a mfm bxvc the QxKeiietr lurtr miles cf at SK the morning it ipublijltdin rxAo are nti Members ef eitkaf Hufe may it them a fitcii as was ufed befsre the Lift yith the nstie writing ih nvbtle Or tbty it into tbi ccuairy procuring ai crJer ayy Mtttbtr to the ar ta Permit aa J for them at any particular to go The or Says Weekly may alfs hi feat by Friday night fioji tte Any ii ibe of tbd fuptrs JJtall be on jeutuig ntics is tb of eath paper feui by the General Pojl Yefterday arrived a mail from by whkh we have the oilovving advices ExtraS cf Ltttr frexi Advkes irooi Bagdad of the 71 of r laft a jiimre in tic Perfian hid furprifed the Dutch the Ifle cf which they feized about fifteen The garniou of the and officers ot the have been lent to aaid the booty which this piraie has made at Ksieck is at feverni mil ExtraS of a letter June On ths i4rh they had a hurrcsne at Jonz ic in dic roved the corn and villas ci tea or nd has reduced fever to the necefnty of gcinw to feck By a lecier tn fomed of a new and ivirii fuch rapidity aong woodwork of tint jik of that i om the night rhe irh aad when the lihtnin fit fire to barracks in the it was near all fcduced toarjys befor tiitre wai tQ givi afiy But a was iavrd of rhe of the the le gion ot whj tiiufe 1 he lira was not iU iat Jiext oy is cojiiptitgd ct of Maib have taken a Barhsrvxebequ pt ten giuiSj after a very in w ths Baibariai iwitiouv   

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