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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 16, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New O Nf D j u N E AT the THEATRE in the on Wednefiiay being the iSthof will e performed a Comedy called The M I N O CoLEby FOOTE Richard Aickin Sir William Caftle the Mr iDavis Palmer MGeorge and VVEjTONj Quick Francis and Strurton SHUTER Lucy by a YOUNG Being her firft appearance on With E N T E R T A i M E s of D AN To which will be added a Farce called MI S S IN HER TEEN a long incharafter SHUTER MrMGeorge Palmer Drvvis Quick j and Mifs Biddy by a YOUNG GENTLEWOMAN being her firft appearance on Boxes Pit Gallery To begin at ieveu for the boxes to be taken of at the Vivant L u M E of the Hiftory of it HeniSSriSSi IB R Printed for The fecond f and two price jTranfiated from oriaihal French at DuUi be fiilr LETTER to of INDIA ii fareof our A man who prefunses that a naval people cantrujb in a moment an dependant upon any commerce carried on by Ms own may gy one itep pro pofe after that to bombard IMPARTIALITY xziverecbligzd by treaty not to make peace without the confent of j incoMliJiently that our mak ing peace without that confent was not injurinus to that If he meant any he mutt mean fomething different from his words j let us if we can make them fpeak fenfe perhaps he meantto though we againft the words of the yet we did riot act i fpirit For the fpirit of the treaty confiited in the contracting parties exerting their endeavours to armies from entering difturb its tranquility if by our peace with I France we prevented then we fulfilled the fpi jrit ofthe notwithstanding we broke that ar ticle relative to common But was this the cafe Did we prevent foreign armies fiftm entering Germany No We left France in portlffion of Cleves and other territories of Prnffia on the We alfo left the in poffehlon of forae parts ofPruf iias It up France from affifting France leave to keep what had been If Pruffia afterwards recovered other fuch as by the Pruf fia a right in equity to demand from nsarecompence and But if heliad yet we have no right to complain for although in pur fide will not juliify injuftice on yet it is 1HH only icjuftice for it is of lefs coaiequence to confider the matter of than and as j partsof my appear now to be ftrongly i For it has been that j tranquility wiil be prefervedby gagensents under by the of the Stages at iarne the foJemn oarh heietoiore taken tijyii Centr sd al af L O N D bis paper being to ten oclock fit t he retirittg into the never fhe re fsr the fummer ts of in the character jfreyiptis to its liihed inipndpo tvbcreby a gerttle vian or the Gazetteer fort miles off at en toe fame morning it who are not of filter Honfe may bajf it fent in a fammf was ufed before the laji W2t the nans Without the whole direc Or theyntajf into country by an front any Member to the or their to any dfor ihem at any f articular to go The or Says Weekly may alfo be feny Friday nightV foflintb the Any in flail be on fending notice the The price of each paper fent by the General Pajt nxill be ij vi may be furrufhed wjth this stgiatisj fey fendiiig a note with to foilovviug in Pauls churchyard v Ex T EFruits written hie JONATHAN jS VY IFjFi St miu feveral of year 1703 to by lute and and s are print ia a beautifol type m fine eiTvtion of Peajit b of irt blue covers Afmallnurnberis printed Sn order to the edition of Works JJi that FOJ piicefawed The original in handwriting of tiie will be depoiited in the Britifh Mu or in Piccadilly in Inil i j layis and tu hi and in Palt tins day is Ekgantly printed in Two With the Authors laft and copious adexes to the whole that CONTINUATION of the Complete f vijSTORY of from the Treaty ot Aix a to the end of the year in A Compltte Hiitory of S M O L L E T uiemen who purcUafed the fonher volumes to the year to which a futl j and accurate Iidex is given with the above are idefired to template their etts as foon as The Hi tor jrof from the deicea of Julius Csefarto ihe end of the year complete in 16 with 117 by may be price v Aifo Smolletts Travels thro and In two 8si ft send Pp for in Parernofter Row for SUPPLY voted in letter HINT ftricl powers are will be no treaties us and which have nQtiovariabiyben except thatfome demand has been made to us from thence on account of our of fome article of fome Jft isr alfo demand hasbeen accoiX ganied with is exprefsly th5t now or to be inor and this on account of our pwn Situation in aa can be no than the of after a ftort we feJ or to draW clofe the knot of union between the AiasJ for England to be married toifueii flirew But if a man quit of a he muft bear his with for thy wltlefshead for unlefs tlion didft that we would Confent to articles of eter nal divorce from the electoral rrtethinks thou waft a meddling fellow to make us quarrel witli and fend her packing for a in order after wards thus to take her to our bofbm again and pay all the debts fhe has Where doft thou now hide thy SJanus Thou and all thy wha madeboaft of breaking eontihental why doibthou not now divert us from the renewal of them Ah I fee thy rhou art and that thou may It afterwards be able to rife i tip and in the words of the poet ifou can ft not 1 did As for the prefent they ought to incur no blame from the public on this Statef men rnuft acl as they not always as they If they take the bell which the circum ftances of the times the public ought to reft fatisrkdj and hope for better times But although the fact of the reunion with the continent is now char yet remain ftill un known 5 and perhaps it is for the credit of the Mi nJftry that theyfeould do fo left the knowledge of them that reputation they have juftly acqujredby feveral popular afts T P jM R of the G A Z t T T E E as the poet as I mlift inform your correfpondent wrtff in plain Englifli that all men vvritsppH even thofe vyho Cannot read othtrwife liave been ex that Impartiality would have bees nod emmgh in geography to know that flxips make upon the land that Hanover is not guarantied to the Royal Family fey this potent commonwealth 5 that neither nor any other part of Pruffia or Ealt are worth a bom and to bombard them is all our flripscould do to break their if they have with Enghfli to fit a flst agalrift the Pruffian as the bat emphatic proverb to fue a beggar iidcaccba Befides all the northern kmg s Denmark and Rufiia would forbid entering the Baltic to difturb thePmffian com which in to ruin theirs IMPARTIALITY would not have us fuch ots as to quarrel with 11 thofe powers m our for revenge againft Prnffn for laying his finger with which England has cvunec unlefs he he convinced of A hat I have is now become iwceilary to the of tfe liberties of ihis cU generate In that out of gfatitusiej we Qught to guard the wel I there bnJyonce more exprefs my that an aft of fomuclrconiequence the eftablifhment of free ports for foreigners in Jamaica and fhoukl be hurried faft at the conclufipn ofthe and before great trading timeto prefent any petitions againft or even fcarce to know of and an end be put to the feflion fo and againft There leems a myftery in tliefe felhvjmg ari received Amor Patrias Obtufus Fre Veracity A Sttanger A I To the PRINTER of the a the the City of London I liva at a remote parfrof the and have notqualified niyfelf to by not taking the ofthe church of nor the oaths appointed for that I am now ftrongly follicited by feveral particular I mould be very willing to oblige with my at the enfuing election fora MufterMailer for tne City vacant by the death of John Efq I fliould be very glad to be informed whether I can attend the Court of Lkutenantcy at the above elec which is to he on Thurfday and give my vote without incurring the penalty of agree able an Aft of Parliament made and provided for f haf Several my friends are in the fame and Wait impatiently your From the LONDON Jamef 13 day Count de Minilter PLenipotentiary from tfieRJng of had his firft private audiehte of deliver his BAN K U P Thomas late of Tring in thecounty of but now of to furrender the 4jft the fsthand i6th of at ten in the Tit Days appointed j or milking tbe Bankrupts eftates to Alexander of in the countyof and the izthof July ar five in at Edward Henry James Apple and William Penkettj all lateof Liverpool in the county of chap and the yth of nt ten m the Golden Fleece in Jonathan of Ratcliffecrofsin the county of the 12th of at ten tKe at Certificates to allowed to Thomas of mer an or before the 5th of Nicholas of on or before the 5th of Saturday morning De the had a conference with his Secre taries of State j ORthe of difpatches re ceived fnsra 1 a ftiip lately arrived from there are accounts that the aJnrs of jPtinZe Heraclius Georgia become evcTy tlay more fciious at TJiey have received the Dutch iilamtssre rlisyearlike vo produce but very indifferent there having bcci draughts at and The General n govern mejit tranfport African is Arrived at 4 The Saliibur is arrived in fifiiaiies pn have this ceiSjtlie aLu of town i Weflvn caft of Scotland iuiuGn fuc t e t iSaoois the nimd to he ihips two hundred be Sufficiently adn theie the Jiairern c ac nre aifb greatly as hevv dilcoyerics afr every year made rof iich banks of cod and ln Hniena fine liken tnken in gceyt And on inents have been made iivthe falling the oth as to quality and Saturday dues Efq Citizen and betxcutd lervifr the office of Sheriff of city and cou y of Middl and Merchant Advenfiyers of rnve vrtta Ejfqof for his conJn6c in and his zealous endeavours to promote and rncoursge he and r Great tain and its dependencies Wedrierdaylail the runsfer books the three per consolidated and will he ard Sauirclav ilo and will be Ifie rf that a It is reportEd that theRight the Earl of Buckingham will be appointed Ambaflador to Court of France It is faid that the late Lord Lord Vifcount will be fuceeeded office by James Hertford again opened the of July i the three per were opened of We hear by htters from the great numberof are unlefs they have a aniongft tlien toihtir former Au Engliih man of nt nij the whole method of PS j of the 3ieirConuH yho iu long rd the nobiiiryj andtie in London and iuith fuurui outdiicri whiclr far Wlikfrrfvlanor is near thatiil three hencedt vvill b re i ion tlieir Graces tlje far rr rit for the of t time to tiie Wkfnte Cotirt of Lordfhip arid family We hear that the Earl of Butewilljiot Highlands of tl It is reportedjt nors will loon be On Friday the Houfe of with ieverai Lsi i 1 1 fcones of a nvlirr fze thaa poics sretak n the oi P jcoritrac vvirli hai is it is fuppoi buiidine for an Georce is ehctcd pnn of the pr cent forrdl iho Hnll be n the faid work Richard inntrlal is aifoekaed aith annual s clioKn of tiie rstes ioriiew the welt rn for which r he fs to have an of fixijnce in the pound 7 i i i I upon all the in We hear that One moraine in order toube prefent Svitnirday fenniglit1 was Lord Bifrtop of Down and of Is ExtraS of a letterfrom fr Madame motherof de a Ferte is juftfet out for whi ther ms has a molt gracious invitation from the who has not forget on histhrone the friend fhip which he tontradted with her w hi lit he was in This is upwards of employed her large fortune open houie for all men of genius and learnings and there j fcarcely a foreigner j who was not prefentedte her HisfpUih Majefty has wrote feveral letters to her fmce to engngeiier to take a journey to Warfaw and as Madame Geoftria is very her and greatly attachedto her own that Mo narch has hisigaiiantry to give di rections himfelf about fvfne ia order agree ably to furprize her byofFeriftg her an apartment his fimilar to has The Emprefs of Rufliahas atii feveral times this that wifhes tcfbewquainted witkherj fothat Madame Geoffrin wilLpfflbabiy go from War faw to and dAlem bert will accompany The Hereditary Prince liaving j tns fignified a defire tofeethepCIvataafiembiies of onr jl he has been introduced to m tle t01 ac that of to that of Infcriptioris and fiellss 3 to the French where the j Abbe de Voifenon made him a compliment in The Duke de Nivernois read fix fables of his own de Marmontelread tiJed At the breaking up of this affem Duclos made the ufual of me and prayed the Prince to accept of ferving that it bore liisown The medals of the French academy havs for device a flmmor qf a letterJrum May Three Senators have had fome laid againit them by the Secret although they ieemed toliave been cleared by the anterior re folutionsofthafrCommitte the determination of their fate has bten taken up again in order the in that of the and in tliat of the and each of thdTe orders has now pafled judgment that the Se nator be expelled the The order of trie Nobiefle has that it had already termi nated this affair in favour of thofe three and tfiat it will abide by its firft They write from that the French Eaft India company received news of the Tafa arrival of three of their mips Port and that feyeral others were expected in We hear from that the late General Lally defired two millions of livres to be diftributed among his poor relations in although he never law They write from that two perfons have ab fconded uppofed to have been pofilfled f very confiderable the property ofthe late Coun t Letters from Leghorn that when Genera was invefted with the characUr n purliuint tiat is under a The to ouiid Argelcour in o itcimc of whiai terms aje do ia which the fche r one wiil be dif Surveyor of the oty iipu Purveyor of heWdtei n allowance ol ry of tor y pounds pe dint fhali b iners and hewers of a butchers meat found t in 5 an 0uch arother K fame Thu if ev ing the dtawef of thinvfoii rather to their expected il 7uty o ji neir a of in near the t nowith and will let undet imJpoii ratiisr tnan Afew years go uved at LIIOI a a man not truft his often in hs taken notice of a of hot when with aclean laftmade hiin hey ufe thegrairi o thtr and remarkably hut what was his conliiling ov a chesriulv and every prt oi therooJX sht aifected hni o that liaburfted into tears his own dinner upiin the which lie isiitaiitif conveyed to the icene by what means fnc She ardwfr ceive on my n iiave not always fo loon as the ne to d rclucsd to or hs It re good woman could fweak ir ihe was holdino U1J her hands and eyes t heiven he begred Lobe inarmed who am
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