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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 19, 1766, London, Middlesex T H U R SO A j U N E From tlw Safe T H g G A z E T T IE p I A Y AD YE R Tf S K R jotittd tofbt VOTIft 1 winch it tkj fo manj Jmtvf ap jrfenending fo many taflj bt Tills That thi cboftandy inferted INFORMATIONS profflgrfy aitneltf to by 1i L E fluVERS OF SECONDHANB wUl tfutpt dettSiax if make ufeof the paper to advertife their loffes F I E L P I N fbiirg loft in the ortajr fire for immediate difliatth to alljf by tbt printer this p Ai the THEATRE in the H A Y M KE T being the aoth of will be peviorroed a calkd The M I N O by F0OTE Richard Aickin Sir William X7aftle the Davis 5 Palmer MGeorge and WESTON Francis attd Ssrutton i SHUTER JLucy by a YOUNG Bejng her appearance on any ftage With of To which will be a Farce called I N H E R T E E N Fribble with a long in character SHUTER MGeerge j Palmer j Qujck MGeorge and Mift Biddy by a YtUiNG GENTLEWOMAN being her oil appearance on Boxes Pitjs Gallery doors open and begin at feveu Ladies are defired to fend tkeir iervants to at the boxes to be of at trom JSey Chanddis begs thaa lias tslfctn and fitted up iu 4 CQinmodipus the Key Tavern Princes ftfret near PuJte where tftt favour tieir will be gratefully ac hamble Conftant attendance is gives Cupping at home gr pn Volume of REPORTS r of the the Co v RT of s coming to pre i Priiited for iftxl at the ffiiyeJH lbt3 prict Oftiy late uponli very INTER ESTING Togetherwith LISTS p3 at and to be JVad at Iite in Pkcadiljy and in Pater may A the moft Traces the of taxing iw and regu ating their In price This aky if In one price Infcribed to the Right th of THE THKORY and PRACTICE of GUN treated 4n a new and eaiy mannerj the cojiilryaien ufe of an for readily folving the feveral cafes ajio ruJes for cal culating the charges of with Remarks on Buhdors laft various problems cf ufe the giinacr which1 are pre fixedjthe 111 meflts of Vulgar and Decimal Arithme 3y W Lieutenant in the Royal Regjraent Jatjl facing in the r be j in one volume 4d joannis Je Sciiptorum tbii dayJtt hi large prict GENT L EUANS GtriDE in Iiis TOUR By an C FF ICE in the who lately made tl at tour on a principle which he fiBCtrdy to all his not to fpend more money in the ecuritiy of our natural than is requidte to juptfortwith decency the chaoafter ol an remarks on thelaws cuf and of that dcfcriptipns of the many cu are to be met with through the whole the diitanefebfflacts from each j etheryand tiie price of theirfeveral either by land or water 5 with all the necerbry cau j tions to avoid the many impoikions whichitrangers ace iubjeft totneet thathavenot had a previous intimation of Printedand Rob Bondftreet jnPiccadilly WitcQxy on Ludgatehill j and in Avemary Cadeln and at Frederick at Bath Oxford and Smith j 5 6f the loth have obteryed of tance to the and true hojiour of tkis mercantUe kingdoni j Ctrf mean that fo modtftly propoftd to public for ef taWiSiing an of under the of CommvflwnejrVofkoown our becareRilly examined and marked with fig sifyihg their true The great Utility of foch an office is fo extremely that I am not A lit tle furpiized that an cffice of this fort is as yet to erefted in fuch a nation as fb deeply concerned in whofe very exifteace depends on the equi table dealings of our and fheir up right resolutions in in a proper that fair character fo enentJal to the prefervation and improvement of every branch of in juftice to the author of the plan of this I muft that his that appear fo natural and fo that it is really altonrihing that fuch important ideas have hitherto efcaped our We all know that honefty is the beft and that there is no under any combination of that any man hall be nefits arifing from any lucrative bufmefs or employ ment without a candid and difcreet con duft towards all connected and concerned with him in that matter j and notwithftandingthe gene ral aflent to this uncontrovertible it is too to the great reproach of our that thege nerality of mankind appear quite infenfible of fo felf order their aclions as if the only road to profpejjty lay in tlie practice of the moft notorious deceits I mean not to charge thi nation in particular with grievous an acculation for in is univerfal corruption man that in all great all world there are nineteen put of twenty of this fel filh and JHjndging turn of that they try to thrive by guile in fo that in all wherever a great plurality of perfons of different in terefts are concerned in any there k no poffibility of ianjfliiiig tnavifc tricks from except by fubjeflting their operations to the infpettion and controul f the few tuoiis and wife with whom the world it ftill So is that biafs towards fo con fpicuous in the greateft part of the human Nor is there any prbpofition concerning trade more obvioys or Icfs exceptionable than that the fu perior qualities of any piece of worfctnanfhip snly can entitle it to a fuperior price and it is too me lancholy a that the of provi fions in England renders it impoffible for our people to labour at the fame The pricesot their work proportkmably From which conliderations it follows as acnrojlary or fpontaneous that our isauufaftures will not find purchafers unlefs they excell thofe of other nations and tiiagraduallofs of all our export trade rnuftiboarovertake if 6ur goods ap pear not preferable to foreign produoiiions in laft and ufefwliiefs Nor is it pofflble to contrive any method eJjiefiusl tlan thatpropbfed by your torrefpondefitin his plan the in order to keep up that at tijis time fo in the labours of our anlzansj and baniflr from the hearts of the unjuft alUiopes of drawing a pretent gain from fuch practices in terminate in the ruin of our Till anodier fcheiae is propofed well calcu lated far protnOting every laudable purpofe reafon ably to be expected from his and for advancing all our manufactures to the higheft degree of per I nmft with all my the immediate execution of fo falutsry a The fmall ex pence which mujl be attendant on carrying it irttf practice will J beany objection againftits reception in the eye of a man of that trifling expence will bs a full fecurity againft thofe impofitionswitli which we are at preient too juftly charged by In the prefent ftate of our when our goods are tlie merchant who receives them muft examine every piece of work before he expofes his acquifitions to that he may form a judgment of their real and feparate the clerm from the But correfpondents plan is this portion of the precious time of our foreign will be esitlrely faved j aod this faving will prevent his murmuring at the pauluy pence of on this Jide of For and itysiisr thcQ be CPT without any he may on all occafiQnsjfecohltiaefljdjhis pro as being perfectly We flvefw pf that ckarging rde in our envoices will when they confider that fmall pay ment faves fo much of their k cures them agsinft eventhqggh they be ignorant of the real value of the cflmmpdity they v By carrying this laudable fchemeintoexecutioit jrrany benefits will accrue to this kingdom too meious to be here Among how I beg leave ta mention of ftquence to this which that we thereby arrive at a greater certainty than formerly in the knowledge of the true ftate of vvilh which alwayswili in ex pefted from our Cuftomhoufe books in the prefent of as is known to eveiy the leaft cenverfantin Kail know the of our and frcaw thence be able to form a more certain judge ment than has been hifherto made ofthe extent ef the ofwhich ve are in ptitteflion for up porting withinthis fo reign by wholefonae regula tions in this we may enabled to undeiitand towhat country we moft obliged for the confuinption of our and confe quently obtain a full and complete view of our in in The onlyreal ftand the way of execution of thiftpatrJouc difficulty of of unblemiflied ho nefty among thofe ef wke will aft fnii and impartial pant between our and fo reigners if ofthe pfRcers con cerneil in fhit important affair is permitted to fall iato tninifterial it is much to 4e feared that partial favour wsll exclude that merit on which the whole fiiccels of this undertaking If he appointments to offices in this great department of bufiriefs are iliffered lie at the mercy of venal Mi the cure worfe the difeafe and that fo rampant in the of will taint the tery marrow of and tranfmit whole body of our In that this in appearance of fo great utility for profcribing INI wiltftifle and entirely deprefs our national character for al ready tbolow But if the eleclion of in this interelt is plsced in prsper as in thole of the principal merchants of Briuol and we may then reafonably expeft the com pletion of our wilhds in this important national con An To the rMt the G A 2 E T T E E ARE the poor the ftrength of che nation ought theynot to be nonrifiied Are they in want of nbuiifhment If Who fljculd redrefs it Is it that a lunited Monarch can do no wrong is the true meaning of the office of Mmifttr of State And peace and commerce of and equal to war If why not regard the cries of the the of all How could tbe rich and fit rriufcular Tyftern of the body politic if it were not for tlie tfVort bf thofe poorfinews Is not the gout of that body which torments the moft articulate remote ami members likely very icon to effect the vitals Has tlot this difeafe been fuffered too long Does not the hinder the mo tion of this body Are not many ahddilcontintiities formed itsfyftem r O Magiia Charta Does not and the diftemper in thofe parts of the body where it is it will even ever reach to I can play no Liften whom it concerns open your and with them your for theories ofthe oppreffed aadregarded Think not they are defpiesble This is a land that yet has aipirit left io ravenous Wolves that attempt to devour the harmlcls fheept O ye fleep and behold them worried Paftors of cldtheiiflocks did feed Now all theij thoughts are but their I think itis becdrrie an that thepoof fhould lie dilre garded they arealmott totally fa Thou blefled and Kedeemer of a bft haft tbou kft it as on thy divine that charity is one of thofe the of our paJlport Tet who regards it Well may itbe it h harder for a rich man to enter the thaa for a came logo through the eye ofa O ye who arecurfed witli afflueuce think of who had the tranfitory bleffings ot and of who gamed tbeeternal ones of a Future as ye ftile yotirfelves your faith is ade how dare ye bedeaf to tbe calis of If ye believe charity to beaa ablbhite requJiite toililva how dare ye to cait you as an intruder on enjoyments What are all the empiiy mentsot your infigniiicant lives ye butrertiies or raher ye devouring moths but what you impu dently callit jf time I tlie prefent life a Itite of probation to determine our wortbinefs of a better ftate Lereaftir ani muft the whole bu fineis of your deteitcd lives be to to kill tlie little fpan gracioufly bellowed that that moil interetimg purpofe This is to be born to no do no good and endeavour to know TQ kill Such monfters Let thejr and QJCE all the bones they pick iike they know them the puvpofes of their interiors of mankind will duteourty refpectfuliy acknowledge the juft poflcffion of fortunes when the poflerTprs protefi and nourifl tiitm but in return for all their la when in rettuTi for allthei when in return for their they feel nothing but from the Zenith to the Nadir 5 liktVhe poor murdered for their induitry When this is the and be the liigheft fgires will have the greateft Where was antkntly the pride of Rome a The heros greateit title Father of his Nor was he called fo for his feats in the wardepartments nionej the careof the title was mure characls riftic of the commonweahh more fpr the the citizens in piaftifing magi than merely regarding ways and get and to keep other nations conquered they and Rome felt the benefit all thingswere that were the Fbr heavens uhat have we cheaper for all our conquefts The vau treafures of the fjiirnic have been only employed fo enrich a wkile poor pay dearer than ever for every At the ending of the war his Prufihn fat Jiimfelf down but to couider how he gratify his good by alleviating all the burdens they had been loaded with during the in procuring from England who little regarded the keeping them and from other placesin taking ai thervile ajerhoJs ib reidy to glorious Prince to bids Jus why fiiauld I fpeak of him who is an arbitrary Monarch arbitrary thats part of our catefchiiiu i and I do molt lincerdy deceit even where it i 5ri much more iri one but bkrfied how arlitrary fo evcr he that make the and welfare of his the founds of in order to rfdrefs thoie grie which are the worfe for Using like a thorrt long buried in confii a gan that is perilous to the whole Let fay this is a or feditious tetter be t he thought abufes are all I want to remove but by no GlherGomnorsthatt thofe weliafej than thofe we or theyiluui in their goof nels givj Ui ijbuttobeopprefied beyond all gard paid to the various and repeated the d A trefiedj is a and rriuft breed fo natural to fo ftiProwl rejrnrd ing or in to redrefs or rears the many fads urged in behalf of the the have either been treated with confeivrpmoug or diabolic as Are not or markets proofs Tis not many yeur fince breaft of ofhe mean pieces of were fold for far three or twopenes that are now rilento fourpence and pence half penny per pound and nnddling people 11 d to buy and leaveoff better food that they been ufed N purchafmg a good fowl or it ui3lt be or and fucb a fevtie wirfer as theialt Jias made chickens What i that the earth either mediately or imme but what s dearer it to be No inilead of the of tie t being are too IUJISUTJUS rtnd too for any one to tne to rojTiiijit who has any thing die to do renum at the fame that I mut cnd a fhoulder to the as well pray to 1J rcuks for the belly hath no and Lunger vviil break through ftone o irr u s u To the PKFiNnR of the HEN an error once gains iJLfprtads W I like A few folks that do not the gave out very that Truunesftreet could never be to be rendered with a regular Many ridiculous reafons were and among the that the new pavement could not bear the abuie happened to be a moft reafonjfor it is fcarce any car riagts ever come and tliena broadwhetl waggon our of the ajid from their do no r of The carts in emjiloy in 1 carry vcrry litile hsixiiy than one that upon a lug wheel body with a rrJn f underftanding muft that they do pjan ner of detriment to the A proof of this is evident ia Fialfmocn for al though it is fj very and has fuch an rnenitr number of coalcarts conifinlv in f through yet it after a years 1S perfect as Therefore the harnes ftreet 5s and the mifichanni defhvrf the fooner wiil the Citizens prove to rankmd in oel that they are fo defpicaUie Irs tlijir judg ment as they iisve hitilero apptaad to YeJIerJay ike mails fnw May The wtiich J j put under arrait at ind ent wcie taken up for playing at prohibited On the 6th of this in nrh three fevcral of the earth werefdr at nano and its and e in country between GambruTi and T ev happened between tbe hours of feven and tea in thl and were of confuierablc vioien One houfewas and fevsral others da O N D O hang obliged ta go ioprefs n ten ft d at tbe Mobility and retiring inly the coutrj tar tbe fumrmr way it fan te ty tin General PsJ every previous fo being pub limed in London the next morning icbcrsby a gtntlc waii or lady fay Lave the mjlts of at on the nor mug it is A in not Manners of ether ma lJe ir fetit them a common fuch iciis before Inji tbe name writing tbe nabob Or they rifiv it into ib country bj an Jron any to the to teniiU uirefitJ for ihern a any uiar to go The or Says Weekly may aJo be by Friday fait Any cmijjiin in tbi the papers en Jencihig to ihJ 1 he price cf tach afur feat bj Jcniral Pol Kill be PEN YeiUrday there was a levee at which his Majeiiy was of great of itrte whej the Icvet ovsr Doctor Kiihopof ad mage before his Yelterday moining his Royal Henry came irons T wlit rodfeveral with hi Yesterday the Kail of Hertford on M jefty at J and was graciuUiiy Ytiterday the 1iail and r let with a grand rrh fr foi tit Juij the Right tiieEail of Buck hauiiiiire lev out fo On Aieiday Ilimpjiry LaunceRoii uu et out ior nii m ntai that tor ills uon ore of rn b rs rss t rce s
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