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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 1, 1766, London, Middlesex A1KINY S Fngjn the P O GAZETTEER AND 1 NfwiuifcY ABVERTISER through ivbich it pages btu lately been tbj means of fo many and ef ap fo many that it may bi fcoptr togiveTHIS PUBLIC That tbi nil to B o w s T R E E inserted in THIS PAPER andij IKTORMATIOSS are attended to by BUYERS OF SECONPHAND C6OATH few robberies will efcape deUclion facially PERSONS make ufeof the sme paper to advertife their loffes r F I E L D I N fjjThe WARNING from every lojl or in the or toy art for immediate difpatcb to all filler printer of this HA Y M A K E The F I F T H N I G H AT the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY THIS DAY will be performed a called The OKA T O R The principal parts by FOOT W E S T O Mr H U T E FOOTE will perform his lifiial With ENTERTAINMENTS To which will be by particular defire Tiie A P P R EN T 1 C Dick withtiie Original DAVIS Murden Hurft Pre Keen Scotchm MGeorge Wdton Palmer Charlotte by a YOUNG GENTLEWOMAN being her 5th ap pearance on any Boxes Pit Gallery The doors will be open at fix and begin at feven La iifs are defired to lend their feryants to Iceep places aL Places for the boxes to be taken of at the Vivant Rex M A R Y B O N E G A R N mufical entertainments will be contiiiued during Admittance one lulling each The doors to be opened at five and the mufic to begin at half an hour after f 4f There will be a new artificial Piece of Ma chinery exhibited This The favourite called the and the maybe had at the VINCENTS MARYBONE July will be a CONCERT of VOCAL and IN STRUMENTAL The Parrs by Mils and fevrrai Ntw by particular after the Concert will be A Ji A L Tickets two Shi lings and To render ii m agreeable to the com there will be a p ritform laid down in the ereat which w 11 be entirely and railed There will be a none patrole for the city road to and from to prote f thoe ijriends who intend honouring with their Tickets to be had of at her lodgings at next the in the and at the bar of the Laulj price neatly In I wo Volumes in POESEftS X LEXICON VER et Synonyma tarn ad Explicationem Vocabu quam ad Compolitionem Poeticam pertinen complec in ftudiofje Juventutis Gratiam et Uti ex optimis quibufque Poetarum Grpecorum quas adhuc nunc primum Cui dc leu Profodia Ciracorum iractatus 5 ad finem adjunfta Vo cula quorum in Syllabis de Quantitate fit ex Carmine hon fatis aut in eadem fede djverfbs pediis etiam Syltabz et Ancipites Autore M O R E L Ex etlmpenfiSJofephi j This vreek Thefaurus is an original contains uaore than a thoufand words that have omitted in or other Greek BOOKS Imported by in de par j VJ Galleria 1 Virgilius Morandi Hiltoria Mutetim a Guarnacci Diclionaire de 3 a Infcriptiones Antiquitesde Monitaucon 15 Oeuvres 34 Hiftoire de Bibliotheque de 14 Oeuvres de Avocat de 4 Canfes ao Memoires Contes Moraux de Ouvres de 13 par Diftionairs des 3 Lefprit de 4 di don s de Paris Code de Louis i Vie de 4 Maifon a Gr de 13ie des ix i en di a For the SMITHS FAMILY MEDICINE to ten guineas de figned for the ufe of thole who are diipdfed to do good to their poor neighbours but abfoluiely necejaryfar every medicines being ready when phyficians or apatheca ries are for and it is well known many patients are entirely loft in the by living a diftance from an In thele chells are aH the medicines oftheFAMiLV oneof which books with each cheft containing plain and full directions For adminiltering and properly nurfmg the lick and fome very ufeful obfervafions upon Plans of the defign are given at Smiths chymical in Newgate near Cheapfide whete only thefe cherts are to be Family Phyiician is to be bought of all the bookfeliers in town or PATENT SILK His Majeftys letters patent having been lately granted for making and vending an exceeding fine cloth compofed of filk and which being much and thinner than the beft fuperfineSpaniih is great ly preferable to any fabric of that fort for and other robes in general gentlemens Iummer ladies childrens and all other where eafe is The proprietor gives this notice to the and that a warehoufe is now opened for the fde by in Gerrard and no where elfe in England with proper allowance to and alfo to merchants who buy it for At the lame vvaichoufe only are to be circaflizn filk and other quilted and all other Jorts of mercery both filk and at the lowelt f his day is In four volumes price A New Edition the Third of BISHOP BURNETs HISTORY of his OWN From the Reiteration ot King Charles to the Conclusion of theTreary of Peace at in the Reign of Queen Together with the Authors and forne explanatory by the his late one of the Judges of his Majdtys Court of Common The whole reviled and by Printed for in Covent garden and fold by in Pauls Cnurch Where may be had the in two volumes price BOOKS now on S A L A CATALOGUE of a neat and valuable CoJlec tion of in moft chiefly in and many of diem in Mo and other elegant Bindings i amongft which is the Law Library o JOHN RICHMONB late of Lincolnslnn which arc now felling for ready money the prices being printed in the will continue on fale till all are By JOSEPH The corner of Lincolns inn who gives the full value far any Library or Parcel of Fleet ftreet and at the place of Frr the lettersjigned and AMERICAN loft To the PRINTER of the NG lately fome ex tracts from the Alliance between Church and War Bifliop of in which is lately added a note relative to the I could not refift re marking the ironical and acrimo nious feverity of this prelate towards them on their principle againft and peculiarly on their ap plication to the Icgiflature to refcue them from an eccleiiaftic and in the moft fummary way relieve them in their confcientious The Bilhops unbacked by in duced rne to confioer whether this conduft arofe from a mere nuaynuard ungoverned by and unfounded on the liability of judgment j or if capable ot being defended by To give the Bithops note the moft candid it will be requisite to remark his own that the clergy at length refigning their bad prin a claim by the then mould have obfequioufly complied with the laws of the to fay but little that the Quakers fight or a proper fome by the iuggefted this to them before the clergy gave it up but if their conferences were violated by payment on the twofold claim of divine and legal it cannot at all that the dropping the former fhould create a perfect ta the latter if our llatutcbook is the breviate of re and a univerfal adive compliance to the edicts of ftatcs comprehends the effential duties of a Chrif tian hence it will that the Hugonots of France gave reafon to the mercilefs dragoonery of their country and any one that does not allow in Portugal the livineSovereignty of the Romifli Pon form an indefencible occalion for the inquifito rial ftverity and itill more as pre or independency hath feperately prevailed in cur own every Nonconformift muft have been rightly expoted to the penal To coiifider further what the Bilhop has that the clergys rights rife upon the fame footing vith all the lay rights in the This will lead to the propriety of the Quakers abltraft from fcripture to avoid an implication of hall not be cited as in point of equity the difference is greatly di perhaps the nearett legal refemblance is tfte remains of the feudal or copyholders acknowledgements to their Yet as eitates conferred by a refervation to is amply cornpen fated to lie and the clerical claim affording ho at leaft to men of contrary prin ciples to the eftabiiihed fyftem muft form a fiderable This argument rilfgtH be greaily butthat which is due to pjpular prevents its being carried Yet Car was to point out that this clairn isfpecifically different to any other legal claim though Certainly the law lias placed it on an equality with law if the legiJlature iri to thecohfciences of part of its hath eafy means not capable of a protracted and tendency for the fupport of that religious conftitation it and appointei lay perfons almoll generally of aiu in which a Quaker can never be a to carry thefe into but at the fame time perhaps rather unguardedly eluded the iotertfted party of judges foi can then be an iniquity Can there be an infolenty in entreating an equal regiflature to redeem them a which they have fonie times toofenfibl arid which their fathers were not able to bear Tis even by thefe peoples the clergy have generally hewn their yet many ihftances there are they urge to the contrary That their it was founded on was conducted with moderation that it was carried by a large majority in the of for on putting the queftion tor COIB mitting the izi were for the queftion againit 84 and the third it was pafled In the rtoufe of it was loftby a majority of prelates prefent 15 and it may not be im proper to thajmany of the principal fpeak ers againft the allowed the Quakers flioula be relieved from the opprelTions complained but they thought the as it then was inade fuffrages of the uninterelted part of the Mem bers of both will in a degree the reftitude of the Quakers and ihews the Bilhops accumulated cenfure not to arife from his powers of if fuch they can be that derives more from the afperity of a than a ratiocination of its premifes in this found ing charge like the reverberated return diminifhed force tofpeak with candour on the fubjeft that fcruck The Bifliups ideal climax of the Quakers prin arifing even to a reprobation of civil magif I quite insupportable for not to enter minutely into the reafons of their no poflible injury perhaps can arife from their con viftion of the unlawfulnefs of I Ixlieve alfo no actual inconveniency ever arofe from their prin ciple But as to capital no publication eveiudthe faaftion of this for but contrarily concur in that an exterminating punifhment is due to an atrocity of Their celebrated apolo giit hath made every requifite conceffion on this as well asorher writers among them in a few the icgard they pay at home to a t he forj matiori of and its equal adminiftration where they liRvebcen invefted with power rn one of rhsco wih their inflifting deatli on a capital of fendtrr nrruft invalidate the Bifhops ungene nottodeem them It has been and I believe with fome that the Quakers have been too ready in reflecting on the as being more firm adherents to the Livitieal than clofe imitators of the humiliated and compafiionate Jefus but what uniit they think of an opponent hath made a folemg that he was moved b theHuly Ghoft to the facied functions of aBifliop who deals in invective rather tlian and tlie folidity of argument with the fneers of and the ftrength of logic with the weaknefs of To it is greatly tb be feared the Hifhops contendijig for Chnitianity arraigning almoit its every that from that refpectable of in the humiliating language of a Chrif he mult deem himfelf an unworthy inembeu muftbe hurtful to its as it is retrograde from its geTiiuine and may furnilh a too rrium phanfarguinenl to its coininrn In the conduct place his con verfion to its truths in nearly the latne point of as Colden hath inhiscHiftory of the Five of a Canadian by a mif fionarf of being called upon to allure the credibility of the Indians recited his dying upon his being reminded o4 the fufferings aiid crucifixion of the That he wifiied Jie had been at aiad he would have fcaped all the I ClericusV letter page inflead of yet the real and legal yet not the Letter received of Ghent Real Reformer of The anonymous letter onpavtments is approved annot be inferteJ till the renwituier is The City Intelligence Extraordinary is too to be O N D O at ti rn A C A R THE Manufacturers of Great Britain prefent their compliments to the unknown of the PLAN for an EXAMINERS ail tobe and do that they are ready at any tiine to for the honour of their to con fider on proper means to be made ufc of to put fo great and laudabie zdejign into execution arid mud beg leave to they are not a little furprifed he lias let it fo it would not be moil proper way for our great and opulent city of to ad drefs the Eoard of Trade on fo important a and a permiflion of nominating proper of the various manufactures This would be and that Honourable Board no with pleafure grant them fo i a it unmtne Ji Yeftrd iy morning foitie difpntches were reC ireJ Secretary ofnc from his Excel I lency Governor of in New England laid to contain very agreKible It is thought cf Sir James for Madrid wilT be accoiiiit o fome frefh marters heceflaijtoJjefcitJed between the I relative to fomeBritifli captures in the Weft Advice isfsid tobe the are preparing to lend out afieet of tutue South Sunday iaft the Right Lady Charlotte Finch fet out hnrrowgnte weiis in Evan brother Member for Aluonethlnirej let out for Yelterday rrived at his houfe in Sir jonn arrived a mail from Frant but brought no Private letters frrm Leghorn that Prince Heraclins of Georgia had aconipleat v ct iy over the 01 who hnd marthtd againft hnn witii a They write from the Chevalier Ch tries Edward had been in with a dangerous diltemper was nut re lieved wlfen Hie lalt came They write from that fome M repairing the Calile of within ihrse miii of that dug up a copper ftitue of the Emperor Itveiteen feet i As the latett advices from the art dated November take not the lea it a revolution in or the thGrat Mogul the account publiflud in the iarib Gazeteof the wis proliably inferred ior ome prn piirpofe the Jndoftan is laid to f5ity of f r y of wnom are or and ten m M nli null zealoully to the defcendaats of innier Extract of a letter HaUifav in March Yelterday arrive the Kgmont a mnd cut by the Lords of the lalt and had got on but 1 ft her fore a 10 bear away to to brougnt a packer t Lord and is to fail in two days to Oenesai G and then directly to j i at uas her r but what is her has nor yer letter j hnt the of wiie now firupg and are to he ready ftain nty four Two other men of with fix will fiil the Dolphin man of w r to the new diico vered in tiie Great Soirh Yeiteiday arrive i ai her moorings in th William fiojii The Gideon and Richard from is arrived at The of is arrived ar with ij he iett ttie Siu Ganu ad expecled to leave coalt m a T with ilavesj e wilh liio aiiived at ie from Gamina Men ai at hariadxs ith of A rcpo c pi in that tlie P ch KM having a was loft near Yamiii K about the ot May i 01 a As no accounts of ifel havt if y comero or can he i t fome otiiar to a i aiiord irefiiiiiiit ons the and The repo L or the trcn being run down by a collier sn 1 VLS be without itindariun of the Frcify has ade of fmuggling iloo n and carrid h r iiUo in t Ilus the ait far laying an ad ciu y of 6d a gallon on will L 1 On Saturday latt the gentieinen of the Aiins boeitiy cf heid at ihe a very dinner being the healths of iheir c thL Pi iucefs or aid re ft cf the Royal Fan ily tlrark wrn huzza a with kcrtls aud tn At fire in tiie evening thuconcert which fveral of the moft celebnted by the were vocaly at d in trnnientSlry per to a polite alltinbiy of re neighbouring The whole was conducted wih the utmult decortim and good ariier Yelterday the prices of grain at unriet in Markhne wheat a barky a oats niidt a ptafe 4 beans a per quaner At the new fair at in the county of Well heid on 1ufday uic ioth tlif was tiie greateft of tver and it computed that upwards were at high prices were bought by the Cra ven in Bak cattle and fold very It is the moft mous fair for iLetp in all the north of iing Sunday night 1 a a ihroirjIi in older to be to atten cd by a imner of Infli nioujn it manfending at tiie door oi a public taWed out perion to and fee an ji at which fume or the co npnny lo that they b at tiie man in ci uel ma ten broke ail the windows oV the pn they after wards bta ancnnjr perfon in fame ftreet who give them diftlirbancss have Irequtntly happened it t elr uuiTals going to it would be rnatr wir the the of Pancrass conlij to nanierous ailiiniilies 01 on theio morning Inl jvere bittles were ib in neiv dens toniKry i name ct the ruins o Giles s the firit by twt the nymphs loifive conliderale bts depending ihe other bctw Toia tht brickmakt and Ned in Ned was fo much thit it is he can not It were ro be for the of that the prjper Mgiitrates would Older a ft p to be put to this On Sundny a firs bioke out on board the Captain lying eft oc fioned tiy a Ciindit1 e 11112 me to a of I which very and II like
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