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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 2, 1766, London, Middlesex HAY The SECOND T the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY Tomorrow will be performed called The The principal parts by FOX T W 1 M S T 6 Mr U T E S H F Q O T E will perform his ufual With EWTERTAiUMBNTS of which be added by particular defire Ifce O L D M A r Davis Mrv Ajckin Palmer j Mrs MGeorge MiftHarlow by Mils Worley being heivfixth appearance on the Boxes Pit Gallery The doors will be open at fix j and begin at feven Ladies are defired to fend their fcnrants to keep places at 7 Places for the boxes to be taken of at the Vivant Rex Wthtke CONSHKT and APPROBATION of On ANGEL has tne honour of acqoainting the that he has taken room in to teach FENCING twice a Weekj principally intended for the iaftruftion of ig noblemen and gentlemen educated at the laid OSTi foroe iune in or beginning of September A MINIATURE PICTURE of dreffedin fet in furrounded with garnets on the brown hair plaited under a cbryftal it is to hang at a Whoever has found jsan jive any account or bring it to in hall be well re If it has been pawned or by inform ing as hall alfo receive oo B AS for A LETTER to T INDIA To the PRINTER of the There having been lately publifhed feveral letters in the Public Advertifer and Gazetteer relating to the India which feem agreeable to the I fend you a letter on the feme to be inferted in your F O L t Yy B L AC K w A L allowed an agreeable on the ILLAM MOLE drefiw in greateft perfection during the and provides a gettteS ordiaary on Sundays at half pad onej repuras hia thanks tor he has re ceived from hi J to affure them that it flwll tai bis conftarit ftudy wde tfetreH of and informs ttera that he hatirlately erected fome additional buiHings for their Dinners dfcued om the earlieft notice with a very fine of the unfor Arthur a rtprefen of the Meadow a new difcovered vst the cure of the Dropfy and a fur near NewfoumBatidV MUSEUM ahtf COM MAGAZINE of KNOWLEDGE Among the numerous are the UUowing s Tbe ingftrfous Qgemont Debates in AreopwjuJ of Mattiematicil Patal Con of Natural Hif cory the 6f the moiis Cbinefe Humoroas Remarks oh fooTs appearance on the Afeftipft of aa aft to prohibit foreign filksAbftraft of an ad for an nuttiw and a Ejitract from Sermons to Young Letter from Arburthnot to Letter firom Lord Bflingbroke in exile to ImpoitBot kMits fortw prefcrvation of New by Me snoirs of General Description of the Meadow on the works of Method of OBSERVE with by your Gazetteer of the that a Court of the EaftIndia Company will fooh be to encreaft tbtir dividend two per Indeed I am aftoniftved it was net done at the laft General In your paper of the day after that you told the advantages which the Company had obtained peace in and a year clear after all expences I will fuppofe that theft advantages will only laft fcven which I am ftrt h a very reafonable fuppofirion j for if the Company have been enabled in the word of fitua to conquer all their does any man think it likely they fliould be attacked in their now fiouriihiug and peace juft eftablithed when the Nabob of and almoft all the Eaftera depend juftice of the Company for their and When Lord Clive be fore hie put the Companys trade under fueu regulations as will prevent that confufion which has hitherto been brought about from tbe quarrels of individuals to enrich Upon this let us make a calculation 1 in few will amount to i o The ready money Is The capital of the Company is conie quently by this in ftven years the ftock of the Company will be actually worth for every and yet the prefent price is only Am net I then justified in faying I am fur that ib fmall an Increafe as ami that payable in January fliould berefufed And is it not a cruel that thofe who can keep their ftock even mail have for each but who are now forced to muft get only the fatal price of Many as well as my are apt to think this from lives of intereft and therefore the purport of this letter is to give a piece of advice to fuch of the Pro as may be alarmed at the ftock lately fai which not to be terrified to fell out the ftock is kept low by artifice j therefore keep it rill the General when an muft be given If the fraii of be Court had been taken the laft it wouldfcave been carried three to onej and I cannot help the gen who made the that he foetulygave it when he faw fuch a majority In It ought to have been encreafed for aimoft every rtafon which bas been urged againft it and for none fo forcible and as given by a figning himfelf A Real in the Pub lic Advertifer of AVednefday You ought he to add per but a years you may increaft it If the when now only is is worth it when it is ingreafed to 30 per be worth above How I aft any reafonable Whetfcer it is prudent in the Proprietors to wait marble Priated for at the Pater iiofterRow and iold by at Great RtMn and u priet with an elegant head of Sir Peter Paul a curious and uncommon animal called the Sloth i And a new Ipag fet to different inftru of T MISCELLANY GENTLE LAD New MAC AZIW for amongft a great the fol lowing life Paul a famous with an elegant An eflay oh the world callsamAh of A cha jafltef of thVlate Duke of by a cele A fltetch of the character of the by Letters and cards that pafled between relative to their on the force Extracts from fer on the pleafures and amufe reents proper for Detached thoughts upon hewing the neceflity of the know ledge of men ana on the aature aaucureof Thebiftoryof Topal from the Curious extracts from Dean Swifts pofthumow Dean Swift to the of Lord Jioliubroke to Dean A narrative of Harrtfoas diftretsful as written by A deftription of an uncommon animal calfisd the men from Buffon Uluftrated with an ejegant copper The ftory of Damon and Jxy A tetter from a lady in defence of old mai4s The life and extraordinary of Phflip Puke of containing many new An account of the unfortu nate Coont lately eotecuted at A ami expeditious method of conftruft ing which found to be wry lifeful for the re the newly tranfiated from Italian of and A morning ode to Ode for hb Ma jeftys The authors picture of Prslfligue by at the opening of rtw Prmted tor RichardTpn and under the Royal j andlfoldbyalltnebdokfellersand newscattien in Great Rritairf and Ofor an encreafe of till the ftock is aC once from to 700 Whether leaving as to the to is not a temptation too great for any twentyfour men in the kingdom And whether the lead danger of making this ftock a is not to raife it by finall degrees TIefollowing cum nut Indianas Quakers wee We arc forty that along jwitb the account of not obttge our readers with a print of upon theftriftrft we find there never was ay thing of the tat either in Paris or But thiJ is Wt all the chatfce they are greater 4upei ftill to tieir butcherj a really in genttamen of fuch vaft commercial know ledge and give from fivepence to evenpence a pound for wbem the average price through out all England is not more than threepence half The laft thftance of folly I at ihftrge my countrymen is their ftupidity Alteringtheir corn to be taken out of their and eventaxing to pay bounty upon its exportation when to and that only among a train of alarming but too clearly de ducftjle is manifeftlyowjof the great increafe in rents of and eiflNequent increafe in the prjce of all kinds of proyifions j the great increafe in and confequent decreafe in the breed of horned cattle and fteep from which laft and butchers meat very material articles from their uadergp a ftill greater Herein are manifeftly dupes to the farmer and land paying and an advanced price fcr following and to fupport them in luxury and are in in my the greateft dupes of To the PRINTER of the Eft ORD Chief Juftice Parker that penal ftatutes not only require but credible emtti taajorei j that tliere were two exceptions to witnefles Such as entirely deftroy their and prevent their bciug Such as only dlminilh the credit of their The exception of intereft in a witnefi bis prevents liisbeinga fortier he cannot be a credible On this ground an otftrmer is not a good to convict the party on a penal becaufe he is not credible that is being an interefled witnefs for if he it nei ther intertfltd nor it that a uf rice of Peace ought to convict the party on tit evi There are fome cafes where the informer hall be allowed a from the necefltty of the as in robbery and t nectJStauiiviimt onut frrolandi but in order to eonvicl on a penal it is not for the vntatft may fet up any body to be See Lord Chief Baron Gilberts Cafes in Law and Lucass Cafes in Law and Equity it The ground of the courts determination in Stones cafe a Lord 1545 was not that the deer ftolen were the The fame cafe is reported n feffions caies a of authority t ot uMvfakh there is no mention of whofe pro perty the deer Sir John has reported another wherein a for dftrjteafyg was be caufe the fame perfon was both informer and and therefore intitlcdtQ part of the So lately as Trinity George a con vision upon the for vation of the was quaihed for the like objec j and it was there that though this objec in 3 was it is Andrews1 In the common law of the laws of all and the univerial rule of agree in that a man cannot be bis nun any mere than his own Lord Chief Baron Law and AMICUS From the LONDON G A Z E T T July The King ias been pleafed appoint the Kigtit Honourable William He Earl or Rochford Anibaflador Extraordinary and potenrtftry to the Moft Chriiiian Tiie King has been pleffed to appoint the nouraWe George Hecry commonly called Lord GeorgeHenry Minifter Plenipoten tiary to the Moft Chriftian Days of pointed for mating the dividendt tf Bankrupts eftates If Jacob noworlateof the igth between ten and twelve in the at the 1hree in Trow Bridges Harvey and Andrew Bofwell Wolveraampton iroTi at Cookes in the Cherry Orrhard in Bii in be aiiovni to a Jeter late of in iron briciclayejr and on or before the both of and II Totbe PRINTER of the MOST certainly the as and as a ever and the greateft tfapesin the At prefent I Qiall gono further back than a year or two before the late during which time it muft certainly be allowed that we were miserable ntupei to the French in The Germans next took us in and every body but Pitt will tell you we were wretch edly dupid by No pen can fufficiently exalt the behaviour of our gallant failors and foldiers du ring a long and bloody They naturally thought that they were conquering for their country 5 but the peace conviveedtri cn that they were dupes Sie tnt nstf The fame may be faid of thofe who fo chearfully railed fo many millions for the fuppqtt of that and have now to com fort us under our additional and the rable burthen of excife from which there U no but die fatisfaftion of knowing ourfelves W be very At the laft general election it was t given that no undue influence was made ufeof j and indeed it muft be that this nation never with fuch a Parliament as the but though their condncY has hkberto been iire proachable fconld I live to foe the difloltttlon of if it is pomblei may have duped their auit traders of this great wnniiave p ittoJi improved upon tbefe fnMifhjMtn may imagine that I in particular to charge them feititeOMrt they every one that in artiehof teajuheyuw great to the Cuaom rom Holland taut June When the Englilh his Majeffys intended confort arrives it will occafion a circumftance worthy of that there will be three Queens reiiding at one and the fame June Some advices that the infurgents have killed the Lord of a Manor in Hun and that another perfon of confederation has been fo roughly handled by that his life is defpaired June Yefterday a fire broke out at a village two leagues and a half from in the houfe of a who employed himfelf in melting tallow and in a very few hours the flames deftroyed three hundred houfes or build among others the great It is not faid that any body has The damage is fup pofed to be upwards of June Public prayers are put up all over to obtain from heaven a cefTation of the raius with which their grounds there have been overflow ed for fbme time The miraculous crucifixes of the nuns of the church of James of we have juit been uncovered for the fame and the as have great confidence in them from morning till The othercities of Italy reiume alike objects of JUKI The grand deputation of the Parliament of who had been fent for by the with orders to bringto him the expedi tions of the arrets made by the court of the of and the xift of were introduced chamber the ifth at erght Oclock at The feven in were received by the feting in his chair of in the prefence of the Miniftervof and his Grand when he gave them the fol towinc anfwer rara jrtatlY diflatisned with the conduit of my They not to have made remon ftrances to me on trbathad pafled at Pau and Brit after I had made known to them that they weffe not permitted to occupy thereon much tafc ought they to have undertaken to alter the principles confitned in my anfwer of the 3d of March I order you to mfcribe it in your re gifters wtBout and I win not fufter it to be Go hear the arret by which I have an nulled your The Dukede Choifeiul then read the ar of which Ml Majefty a copy to the and they The Duke of York a very fhort at we ire informed his Royal Highnelss inten tion being to take the oar The Hereditary Princeof Brunfwick took his leave of their and the Royal Family of France oo the ifth and piouofid to fee out immediately for Jtr is that the Right the Earl of Roch ford will be fur ni lied with a fpu memorial to Court of with regard to the payment of the Canada before his departure for his to that We are that fpme mips of War will be immediately ordeied to cruze on theFrench to watch the motions of the fleets nawfiuing out at Breft and It is now faid that Pitt will not accept of any Jeparttnent in the but that a new Vlinittry is who will have the fanftion of us fouie of whom are from remote jarts of the and have never breathed the ontamin3ted air of the notwithliand have virtue and abilities which ill ftonifh and cover with fhame alt the Tons and of Extretff rfa tetter frwt Baftoa in New dated May On Friday to theiuexprefliblejoyof were received by Captain the important news of the repeal the Stamp rfhith was igned thexSthof March tall upon which the belli n the town were fet a the mips in the jour difpiayed their guns were discharged n feveral parts of the in the evening were everal According to a previous vote of the the felect men met in the afternoon at Fa and appointed Monday laft for a day jeneral rejoicings on that happy The noroing was inhered in with ringing of and the dlfchargetf thefeips in ths and maay of the houfes in town being adorned with Joy fouled in every and Content feemcd the companions of By the generofity of fotfie remwkable far tfiejr humanity and pa our goal WHS ffceed or At on oclock the and train cf tiliery fired a and the afternoon was fpent in mirth and In the evening the whole town was beautifully illuminated On th4 Common the Sims of Litferty errfted a magnificen illuminated with a8o lamps j thefour up per ttorips of which were orn imented with the fi gures of their and fourteen of the worthy Patriots who have themfelvea by thejr love of The lines were on the FMUfides the next which referred to the etartiematical figures on the lower whole fupporrtsd by a large bafe of the Doric Order j O th whom next to heavn we moft Fair Liberty thou lovely Goddefs hear 1 Have we not wood won thee held thee Lain in thy and merted on thy tongue Through deaths and dangers rugged paths And lei to this JoTitude t Hid thee within our hearts moft gohko And bravd the powrs of and powrs of Goddefs cannot thou rauR not ftyr Be Slaves we dare to fcorn to While clanking chains and curfes faatl Thine remorfeleft G thine O To yon Weft Patriot we our caufe Illuttrious Britains Guardian Pitti Recede frown rather let us be Deprivd of than of Let fratid or mslice blacken ail our No difaffeclioa ftains thefe peaceful climes i O fave uv fliild us from impending The foes of only are our Boaft foul boalt thy tranfient hsnell Freedi ni ftraggles with her chain j But know the fons ol Difdain to lefe thro mean defyair to favej Arrouzd in awful they With proud deliverance ia their rear While tyrant foes their pallid iears bctrayj from their and give their way See in th unequal war Oppreflrs and endlefs curfe of Our Faith our Liberty Our htar s bend grateful to our fovieign Lord Hail darling Mo iarch by this ail Our firm aifjilHons are thy beft reward Shoud Bricairfs againlt hei felf And holtile armies frown on either fide And as they dard thy daje te 5 To this Alylum firetch thine happy And well who belt Hull l On the top of the pyramid vas fixed a round box of fireworks About hundred yaids from the pyramid tlie Sons of Liberty erefted a ffage j for the exhibition of their firtwoi near the in the lower room ef which they ente the gentlsmen of the John Efq who gave a elegant entertainment to the gentM part of ihe jnd trtatccl the populace wuh a pipe of Madeira creeled at the front of which was magirificently tor th exhibition of his which was to an fwer thoffi of the Sons of Liberty At duflc the fcen opened by thedifchArge cf twelve rockets from ftaae after which the figures on the pyramids we making a beautiful gfvea defcriptipn of the great fitbited from this tyae ml eleven
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