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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 24, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazettief T U E S D A Y J U N E i From the P O L I C THE GAZETTEER AND NEjvDAikY joined to tbe variet y channels tbrtMgti which it gaffes has lately been thj meant ai detecting fo many prtiicnding fo many that it mayfa prof tr 13 give THIS tOBtic That thi utt Marmationi of this to csmitantly inferted in THIS PAPER eocri INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by BUYERS OF SECONDHAND c robberies will efcape dcieSien PERSONS make ufe of the tome paper to advertife their loffes F I E L U I N WARNINGS from mndwery thing loft or artsy are for immediate difyatcb allJUver bytheprinteroflhis H A y M A R E The THIRD NIGH AT the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY THIS being Tuefday the 34th of will be performed a caned The M IN O COLE by FOOTE Richard Aickin Sir William Caftle j the Davis Palmer 5 MGeorge and WESTON 5 Quick Francis and trutton SHUTER Lacy by a YOUNG Being her 3d appearance on With ENTERTAINMENTS of By Moitfieur and Mifs To which will be added a Farce called I S S 1 N HER Jribble with a fong in character SHUTER MrMGdbrge j Psilmer Davis Quick MGeorge and Mifs Biddy by a YOUNG GENTLEWOMAN being her 3d appearance on Boxes Pit Gallery The doors be open at fix j and begin atfeveu Ladies are denred to fend their iervaats to fceep places at Places for the boxes to be taken of at Vivavit Hex M A it V B O ivB G A R 1 N THE mulical entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one ihiliing each The doors to be opened at five and the mufic fo begin at half an hour after j4t There will be a new artificial PiecJe of Ma chinery exhibited This Tiiis day is price or A N EW EDITION of THE HISTORY of the LATE Exhibiting the and of that during the years and Being the SECRET HISTORY of rhofe and containing many intereiting FACTS never before At the fame time is price A New Emtion being the Sixth including the to which is added an and allthe Authors laft Corrections and which are entirely of The LETTER concern the SEIZURE PA and SURETIES for the By the FATHER of Both printed for Burlington in Piccadilly and fold by in Ot whom may be Two late PROTESTS upon 9 very INTERESTING SUBJECT together with Lifts of the prefent Price only i for A to lift To the PRINTER of the S it is faid to be a matter not yet certainly what regtslation is to take place in regard to the abutting of the fhopketpers windows where the new pavement is to be car ried on permit through the channel of your ufeful to exprefs my fentiments freely upon that fubject which I the more to as I acknowledge myfelf to be one of thf tzany who are deeply concerned in the Fiiit I lay it down as a funda niental although in all regulations for thfe public the advantage of aauft give way tothat of the yet no private perfon ought to be ccnfiderably opprefsd thereby wherever the detriment is like be fome compenfation ought to be made and the juf this maxim will plainly appear from this that as the lofs accruing to the few ought tobear no proportion to the advantage tobe gained by the ait ho that lofs fhould be madegood by the they will ftill be ccnfiderabie gainers 5 mould it be fuftained by the they may be Every public Virtue in a rtafonable idea of and it is im pcflibie that any man however enlarged in his fen tim fhould give his or even wifo fuc to a fcherae for the by which fcjjufelf would be greatly injured I would be un derftood tofpeak xjsJy of fuch fchemes as tend to promote the or wealth of a community for is as are formed fup port its or government the latter being the rampart by which the two former are fenced in a good citiztn ought not to think too even of the hazard of his 15 If then no i a dividual ought to be gredtlj afiecled without a com penfation being made bow muchmore would it be and to do a eoqftitratrle damage to a very without rendering them an adequate I believe I ovajT perhaps too modeJtly that half the mopkeepirs xvindows from Temple Bar to the Royal jet out into ftreet than they ought to be by a future i but were all thefe Barkeepers to be immediately td take down their and erecT new ones within certain limited bouniisj the remedy would be furely worfe than the difeafei Eeery body in the prefent elegant that moft hops are fitted furely that ele gance is no fmall addition to the beauty and deurof this metropolis or a hundred for altering a is but a common charge and at a time when the dearnefs of every neceffary of frequent bankruptcies artd numerous lofles by notorious kave rendered the fortunes of many honeft and reputable tradefmeh would it be right to lay upon them a burden might fink many of them too low to be able to emerge I would therefore humbly propofe that no prefent Alterations mould be made in the fronts of the mops or houfes but where the narrownefs of the way renders it necefiary for the public fafety and where that is found to be the a reafpnable compensation mould be made to the par ties as for the a clear and determinate order mould be made by thofe who have proper autho that future houfes that mall be or fronts mail be kept within certain bounds and this order mould be from time to time made that none for the future fhould plead ig norance 5 and even a penalty may be laid upon any builder or that in any erection raifed by exceed thofe Their em ployers may be but they cannot or tfcey may be and willing to have two jobbs in ftead jpf one 5 therefore let the which they can only incur with their eyes fall upon as almoft every newcomer alters Jiis in due courfe of time the defired regulation will take and no one be injured by Rome nor is it necefihry that London mould be beautified in one fufficient is that every day it makes advances in commodioufnefs and elegance but let us not ruin the adorn the The lofs that would accrue to indi by altering the fronts all at would be greater than any real benefits that the public would receive A fufficient reafon for its not being infilled on But mould the rage of beauti fying prevail above every other and an order for fo doing mould be let every affecled join uia remonltrance to the Com miflioners I they will be fqund fuch a large and refpeftable to have fuch weighty reafons on their that thofe gentlemen will not chufe to give offence to fo many and I could fay much moreon this was not my letter already too long but if what I have faid is not I am afraid all I can fay would not be fo So I June C I VI To the PJRINTER of the ASpublic tranquillity feems to depend very much upon ts taking the lead in admini furely we may have reafon to if we can perfuade ourfelves into a belief of a paragraph in laft Mondays wherein it is upon condition he was permitted to aft upon his own principles for the public has propofed to form an adminiftration of unquef tionabie who will ferve their country without fee or It need not be but there are many worthy and men of title who would chearfully ferve their King and without fee or re heuld fach an example be once introduced by a combination of our moft worthy patriots j but it would certainly be very weak in us to believe in fucjj a until the natural previous fteps are taken towards fuch a to fliew the world they are in earneft if the author of the paragraph is whefher and the other noblemen and gentlemen who have penfions from the are abfolutely a refolution to give them when they form fuch an admini ftration as beforementioned Becaufe they cannot be faid to ferve without fee or while they hold thofe If this is anfwered in the affir it may not be improper to repriat the para with the addition of that previous and continue it as an advertifement for fome It will certainly have a glorious effect upon this coun and confequentlv hock our foreign enemies mere than if we had actually fitted out a formidable fleet againit Who then would dare to impofe upon GreatBritain and her colonies The Spaniards would pay theManilla and the French would of courfe repair any injury that they have done us the and be our very humble fer vants for the to June To the PRINTER of the ON reading your paper I lately met with the fol lowing extraordinary paragraph We to prevent the misfortunes of many and keep them from who may unhappily be took in by perfons breaking which is become focom mon that if any man becomes a and does not pay in the it will be made and if under imprifonment for you have made a miftake i it fhould have to encreafe the misfortunes of many and to complete their ruin for no thing lefs conid be meant by the author of that ftrange muft the grafier be hanged becaufe there is a mortality among the cattle Or the merchant that has loit a valuable cargo by un forefeen misfortunes muft this man who perhaps begun the world with large married a wo maff with a good and by whom he may have fife or fix children be becaufe the fea has up his wealtlwor a flafh of lightning burnt hip and cargo up Or rnuft the the gold and filver Buckinghamihiee tay I ail be becaufe it has pleafed the Almighty i of his to deprive us of I three or fpuiof the Family in one year by j Which means their trade has been totally flopped Iand inftead of the profits arifing from the years trade oo doubt many have been obliged to live the quick arid by that means have reduced it to in the pound Everyone that knows any thing of that what coft him will never fell for under a commifuon of bankruptcy then this man muft go to prifon but if he was to carry on his trade year or two crowned with and with care and might retrieve the misfortune in which he has had no hand but that cannot be he has now jult in the pound another year fuch another misfortune may happen as the which may reduce it to then he muft be imprifoned for and his family go to the But admitting that thefe misfortunes may arife from is a man never to retrieve And becaufe he has once involved is it impcfuble he fhould ever fucceed Let us take the other fide of the and fee whether the community in ge neral will not be more hurt by the above fcheme than by the law that now The unfortunate man that now becomes a gives up all on the peril his which is certainly very right he as his creditors ought to be thoroughly fa tisfied they have his all yet when all is given if this man has his and he may be flill able to fnpport himfelf and with induitry and I have more than once read m your own that it i s talked on as a general hurt to the from there being already fo many ufeful members locked up for fmall when they might be working for were there a proper law to releafe But what hall be done with the families of thofe poor wretches who cannot pay in the pound I think the fame Jaw that that he fhould be mould at ihe lame time that his wife and family mould like the Heathen nations be buried alive with the body of the by which means they would be come a burthen to the parifh this would be a degree of after the as the poor fiifferer would have the pleafure of feeing thefe dear obecs provided which he can no longer and by one ftroke relieve them from all their This give them fome little fpirit to go into which I think would otherwife be quite frighted away bythis hanging a he would have the fee himfelf and family pro vided for one way or How this may anfwer to the whofe riches are in its hebeft knows who propofed fo laudable a fcheme but 1 for his own he has inferted this inhuman the confequences of fuch a law j and that though his riches may have put him out of the reach of this he may one day fee an only fon reduced to this dif or a darling daughter lofe a kind and affec tionate hufband on a or pining out his mi ferable lifein a while her and her unhappy offspring a e ACONSTANT Yejlerday arrived the metis from Holland and May fome nJvices from Turkey in tluit irince ac tually advanced to Trebifonde and Intimidated by his declared and his conntrymen independent of the and exempted from Juni In the afternoon of the fir ft a boat was overfetin the about half a league from this There were on board 196 who were on their paffage to of theie about an hundred or chil were May They write from that Paoli has called an Affembly of the principal Mal ia order to cemmunicate to them the fee ret projecls on which a determination is to be made at the next General They write from that the Turks have withdrawn part of the garrilon of and were filing off troops from all the northern Private letters from Madrid that the Je fuits were making ufe of all their intereft at to exculpate the Society from many illgrounded ac j relative to having been abettors of com motions in New They write from that the French fettiers at the Ifle of Mauritius have fo well improved their plantations of as to fend home laityear more than double the ufual aud nothing inferior to that of belonging to the Dutch in the Eaft Extrafl of a letter from dated May The agdi of April I received your favour by the and very fincerely rejoice at the pro fpeft there is of the repeal of the I re joice at not merely as an but as an I who considers the mother country and its colonies as united in ooe common I do not believe the Americans will exult on this oc or confider it by any paeans in the IjVht of a viftory gained over the Parliament of Great Bri I am the greatest part of them will lee the mealure in its true as intended for the mntual benefit of both The riots and tu mults in fome were looked upon with great concern in end by a great many fen lible people in thofe provinces The caufe of thofe tumults in a great owing tf tke inflammatory papers which fo fequent lyifTued from the They now I doubt but by the time we have an account of the people will be prepared to receive it with great but not with any airs of triumph or exultation in a little I hope fo fee the continent reftored to its former good order and It be out that there will be a very general in which it is more than the people will take the op portunity to fliew their contempt of thofe whom they look upon as their and their gratitude to thofe who have relieved them from theimhappy fnu ation they were Amonglt rhefe IvJr the true friend to the liberties of his Lord aad feveral ether great und od par of London be wirhuut paying them rhs which their dili and Je If the ot the is y Baking off the late injudicious on our you may that in a little time the fpirit of nianufacturing our own cloths will an 1 the people will return to their fbnner snore agriculture and From Extraft of a letter JKOKI ed The ftarnpact is now in a fair wayto tie re pealed in a few owing to Pitts his ufual outdoings in die caufe of It is forme to ember i q ter part of his fpeech lately in the but it twas equal to all we coud more than could have been He tdd the Houfe of that the Parliament had no right to tax the and that the act muft be re nothing lefs would and the boner it was done the better Headdreffcd himfelf to all the men of landed and advifed if they would not repeal the ach fo fell their eibtea imsnediaidv for that they would link in value a quarter part few and advanced many arguments aeaiiiii the legality and the expediency of the I with eloquence than ever did came and ferried n the r This the reign of Corbert the of n 10 o une all the legal demands that were made them o aflift the In all powers oftHt great man were exerted againlt a very ftronsparn and has made more friends among thofe wiio know andlOve the intereft of their smd more ene mies among the Grenvillians than ever and if v province in America does not erefr a Lifting inarkof public honour to the iavioiir of GrcarBritain and they never deferve be alfilted apam when on the very brink of TheDutton who is anivedinthV fpoke with a fchooner e headj who told they had of the repeal of the iiampacl at Boitonm the jniddle of and alib at WiiliaiufDurgh in Vironia there were acclamations of iov i Yciterday arrived st her moorings in the river the Standbank and the Loyal from Veilei day arrived at her moorings in the river Stephen from The from Lon is fate srrma at The ana from Lon don for with Kings is at It is that of the afon man of is failed upon fome itnporuint the The Dolphin man of war fs come out of dock at and down this day to the Gabions to take in her and William Dairyinple is to go over to to command the i4th or rgjment of VViflianvlate Earlof who rikd week in the ajd year of his or C hiefr of one of the moit ancient and honourable families in North He was the mt Earl of that and deleended frvm the a colony from Lower Germ ho Caithnels and in in Macbetns gicatiy and always oppolcd that in iiugh v the fir ft Earl of thai name rnuny be had the title of Dianes of tTiat In the male line and the honours and jitnte became the property of Coumefs oi who Lord feconci ion to tiie far whn was she only heir femrde cf that family tih the of thelare who has left a female noble family has been remarkable for their loyalty revolution The part they n5tid in and are too recent in the brcait of every one who repaid s the happy conititution or Great And in the late tlio1 then a when appointed by his uiKier the minittry of a Gisat Common to raife area uent for the defence of Lii had the both as to officers and in leis than who always acquitted as lo and The iols o fuch in the ipriiig ot is greatly to he We Efq of Efq now claims the ol E vi of a which does iot 20 to tiie Counteis of tiie only child cf the lats It is laid a nuble Northern lately deceafed at the age cf for the lalt thirtyfive years die timehe his lady had not converted with twenty five tfifides fcis own It is expecled that the price of gum leneca will fail account of the favourable lunation of affiths on tiie coaifc of A great number of artiiicejs and labourers are en gaged to go over to on account of iome gentlemen of ho have obtained grants of lands in the province of Eait A daily poft Sundys exceptea go between London ana London and as rdo benvccii Bromley and from Midliuniner to as Yeftecday the worfhipful company of Fiftimongers had their annual venifon fsaftat their hall inIhaaies We hear there is a flop put to the paling in the Green Jamess pales already put up will be taken We are informed that of Bread Paviour to tne Board ot with con trailed to new pave the Bo HUgh of South wnrk with Blue Quarry The work will be begun tomorrow frum London bridge to Thomass The late Charles rector of Rox burgh in hath bequeathed a after the death of his to the Maiter ard Fellows of tor lix which aje to be filled up the luperannuated ichoJars ot icrs Yeilerday morning the workniin to dig up the pjftsv nnd new pave to act of Yeiterday fix youns un eniintu UncnUraiei in
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