Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser, July 3, 1766

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

July 03, 1766

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 3, 1766, London, Middlesex v of detecting fo many aoiBERiBV fo many that tt trto give THIS TOBtlc That Jvr tot all informations of this be conftafttly infertedT in THif ff i f TABLE few robbtriei vaitl iftapt dtttStm y prfnoNS Ujfe of the paper to advertife their Tbt from Jffiotcb by tl H A M A K K E The SECOND T the ROYAL in the HAY MARKET5 THIS DAY will be performed called RA T o R The principal parts by F OO T S H U FOOTE will perform r With Eat BkTAiHMBNTft of By ARNAUD and Mift Towhicb will be adde4 a F A fc c E called OLD Davis Aickin Palmer Mift Harlow by Mift Worlcy ice on this Pit open at frx i and at feveii are to fend their fervants to to be taiken of at Rex next noiUte Volume the of i SPORTS of CASES adjudged in the Court of Bench lince the time of Lord Mans f coming By JAMtS BUR RO 4A5 of the Barnes of the pf tlie contained in Beginoiag Geqvge 1758 with Tripy m his Majefty 1 at tnlffowin aear T 1 T N E W By S Tti HO a T B fite jn the Bpokfelietto bM M A Republique oa Plan Gei de lanofch de nie Reyak Paris par urelle des par Du de de Moral de Tattdi 75 traduite par Paris avec avec k Pieces relatives a laPerfecutiOB fiif Motier contre Letteratura per r Anna Yverdon MilitaiiMi Paris De Paris Pans p 9 r A thin with his wig plain hat flapped ucat coloured furtout without mounted on a danc or black horfe xritK a Twitch 14 and i stands on Hounflow HeathlaftTuefday about and was afterwards traced to London And las the guard of the coach fired at him with a and is cer tain that he wounded if he mould to fiirgeon on this it is to be hppeoy for the fakeof public he will give immediate notice to Sir Fielding t And whoever i any of the above will either apprehend or give fiich notice to that as may be the means of his being mail receive a reward of guineas on his fome time in or beginning of September A MINI ATURR PICTURE of a fet furronnded with on the reverfe brown hair plaited under a chryftal it is to hang at a Whoever has found or can give any account or bring it to in mall be well re If ithas been pawned or by inform ing as ftall atfo receive a and Sjcapt flisroar of containing many intercfting FACTS never Printed for Buriington inpiccadiHyi and fold ty in Pa Progre de 1Efpnt hamaw les dans les par Paris Paris 1 Hiftoire TArt ehez les par j 8 Intejfets dee Natioas de LEurope deyeiopes ItPoS now on S GAf of a neat and valuable tienSoi in moft chiefly and man of tsheia in Mo roccoj and other elegant amongft which is the Law Library ofjoHS RiCHttONS late of LincolnsInn which are now felling for ready money the prices ieing printed mtte wijbcontinue on feW till all are By faSJBPJi JancolnS who gives the fall value library or Parcel of Kadat Jamess flreeti waklev Churchyard and at tUe place T e L ft 0 N D I ET A R i VT is needlefc to fet forth encomiums on this received for many by per of tke highest for curing every degree of even to that of a leproiy j alfo thole who fcavebeeniaiwed bya certain have found meiteine the greateft reiterative in It aftsis an and anfwers every intention of a But the antipathy the au thor foundinmoftperfof to a courfeaf diet drink caufed triaUto contracl the he happily obtained by nuking a he principaf Toy a peculiar in a glafs a 401 aflurtd U ttefcUMflftf tar irany perton who takes and it a fair not It of With tbt CONSENT and APPROBATION of toe SMITH Maner of WtJIminfttrScbotl ANGELO has the honour of acquainting the that he has taken a room in to ttach FENCll week principally intended for young noblemen and gentlemen educated at the faid ATENT SILK His Majeftys letters patent haying been lately granted for making and vending an exceeding fine cfoth compofed of filk and which being modi and thinner than the belt fuperfine Spanifh is great ly preferable to any fabric of that fort for and other robes in general lummer ladies childrens and al where eafe if The proprietor jivs this to the and that awarShbyfe is now opened tor the fale by iixGerrard arid no elie in England i with proper allowance to and alfo to merchants who buy it At the Tame warehoufe only are to be circaflian filk and other quilted and all other forts of mercery both filk and at the loweft Ibis dty is In four volumes price A New Edition being the Third BISHOP BURNETs HISTORY of his OWN TIME From the Reftoration of King Charles tathe Conclufion of the Treatyof Peace at in the Rign of Queen Together with the tame explanatory by the late one of the Judges of his Majettys Court of Common The whole revised and by Printed for in Covent gardeni and in Pauls Church Where may be had the fame ia two volumes price This dttyis Embelliflied a very fine portrait of the unfor tunate General Arthur Count Lally j areprtfen tation of the Meadow a new difcovered rfinedy for the cure of Dropfy and a prifing ifland of ice feen near jnrtHiF UNIVERSAL MUSEUM and CpM 1 PLETE MAGAZINE of KNOWLEDGE aoo for Among the numerous articles of this are the fallowing The confiding of many Queftjons and Debates in the Areopagus of Mathematical and Fatal CJon fequences of a Natural Hif tory ofthe of the fa mous Chinefe Humorous Remarks on Foots appearance dn theSfagei Abftiftft of an aft to prohibit foreign Abftraft of ah aft for an nuities and a Extract from to Young Letter from Arburthnot to Letter front in exile to Important hints for the prefervatiort of New Booksby Nofrefty mbirt of Geaera1 Count Hallvi Defcription of the Meadow ifland of ice Oblervatiaris on works Method of making inarble Printed for at the in Pater noiter Row aad fold by at Dublin1 in Ot whpmmay be TwolatePiiDTBsTj upon a very StaijBCt together with Lifts of the Price only may witti equal advjintagSbVgiventd the public this as whn phy The both m children and in perfons in jhat have been cvuejirby continuing its ufe for a few twsjr ailbhiflt even tjie ikilful in who have been fo frequently difap Esinted after the ufe of Cold and Its ope 1 ration in the moft gentle mirnner to leflen uwt vitiated iintabiliry of idle it the fitted medicirte of any for removing Hysteric 13jfe tod the vatiety of oufeY to it la the trioft delicata of the Ft iwt kflens feverity Of Ui bHKijix few d4ys prevents the retiirn of any fita and vigour e the whole jjer It is well known that even the bark is r t To be had of tlft tnahy toat this folutioil u a ewe for all recent by the diiteiuper dlft ly him Tlw author i a rices are often Thefe in put heither do they Thefe pills are 5 and are appointed PSyaeifatthe jn dh box printed di with ray cwn S H A e In all difficult draodrefled and kfr Printed on a fine paper and new in four large price bound UJSTICE of the PEACE and PARISH The TSMTH R i c D B R and one of Majeftys Juftices of he Peace for the county of Millar and fold by op pofite in tiie Qf whom may be Burns iEccjeiaftical with the Ap pendix and Indjin in i voh the Peace and Pariih a price il Another in price the Poor His BOOKS Imported fey in Rulielitreet Co CABINET de par Galleria VirgUius Morandi Hiftorta Mufeum a ChronelogiaFamiliae fig Guarnacci Diftionaire de 10 I4 33 Hiftoire de Bas Bibtietfaeque 4e Avocat de a CofttetMonnx 43 par 3 Lefprit de 4 Editions de Paris Code de Loots Vie de 4 Maifon a Synonintet Grammaire de Iliade Retraite des a con di a fortie letter HUMANITASpThe monftrance of the People called of the City of A left To the PRINTER of the HE triumphs of the Cyder coun and of are matters of ferious confideiation to thofe who muft be taxed for the Cyder and for The not as vet ex prefled their gratitude in very warm terms to the Miniftry for the honour of fqui rirtg it for the drinkers Of cyder I they never will be fo far argued out of their fenfes as to profefs fucb adulatory Who has hither to acknowledged it that the induftrious Poor of this Metropolis mould pay an additional duty upon their ordinary while the gentle men of the opulent cydercounties pay nothing at all for a beverage equal in goodnefs to fome rich wines r are the people of this country in gene ral coHtentto be further taxed for the fake of reliev ing America from the jurifdiftion of our parliament t hat the incpngruous tax on daylight communi cated new fatisfaftions Fo kingdom Are convinced of expediency of to equal taxes a houfe of fix windows in and one with the feme number of windows among the mountains in Have as yet with the the propriety of levying equal taxes from two fuch fo unequal in value Are thefe iniquitdus inequalities in the modes of now prevalent in likely to efta blijh or promote that harmony within this ifland which adds fo much to the ftrength of every king dom On this I may fafely that fuck extravagant modes of demanding and the injudicious conduct fo Vifible in all the afts of this muft be intrpduftive of divi fions among ourielves in as well as in all other parts of the Britifh Empire 5 becaufe emula tion never fails to excite and difcontent productive of that difunion of hearts which ispften thegreateft among7 people in by pe netrating oraerved frequently to brood over till thefe like fmothered burftout into aflame which devours all be fore and involves government in deilrudtion with a raprdity that cannot be tiicountered by that every infult offered to Sovereignty pfoperly and properly for more indignities to be thrown upon theSupreme I heartily thatthe truth of thefe obferva tions may not be too quickly exemplified in this great We can already in the dawnings of unufual which have taken their rife from that improper tendernefs to fo injudfcioufly adyifed by this in hopes being reinforced of the Great But it to be wondered that foundedoff fo Uiimanty t fciieme of truckling to the Prowctor of Paould wither into duftjat the when they were ex to No fooner had the impracticable ftatefman carud hii own point with refpect to dear and deafer thnn he left the miniftry to ftruggle with every inconveni ence which his crafty difpofitiort had entailed on and every day promlfes tourer we avails hevfelf of this amtiting imprudence in our miniftry and threatens us with an American and an American in cafe we do aot confentto new priviligtfs to that ub ordinate which their ancdfters never quefted j as well relative to their ordinary courts of as to the high court of Parliaments The are bold if enrouraged with the fmalleft to bully Us out of our luperio They have the modefty to in v ry peremptory that though a dependent fhall in every equalized with this independent to whom they are fuSordi They infill on being admitrad to a participa tion with us in the enjoyment of every privilege we without being united with to which thefe privileges exclufively Nothing lefs will pleafe them than having feptennial Judges durante arid Juries on foot ing with They would annihilate every pre rogative of our whsreby their nnd inferiority are aflured to But thiseffton we are would never have found accefs to if the Irifh had not witneffed the fuccefs of the halfIndians in America in their equally ri diculous But can the fuppofe it reafonable that we mould reward them with en jcreafed in return for an obftinate rerufal of an union with England The gentlemen of tbat country of the prefent can certainly plead no other recommendation to our favour befides this unkind denial of an union with How cwrnei it that at this time they attempt tofqueeze from us thefe improvements of their conftitution We kn ow the reafoa of this overbearing It is too legible to be miltaken in the circumftaaces at tendant on their menacing remonftrance on that They have obierved the imbecility of the Britifh Miniftry in the affairs of our and imagine that Ireland will be able to rear an indepen dent fortune on the fame tremulous foundation with that which fupports in expectation that America and in mail forever afterwards retain us in the fame deprefted The I hope will find to their that it would be mare eligible for them to unite with us than to confederate with Ii cafe of their union with they would eauly and quickly difcharge themfelves of their White fo terrible to the loyal part of that They would then find themfelves in pofieflion of fp tennial Judges durante and many other national privileges with which this ifland if largely Their Juries would be endowed with eery patriotic and eve ry conftitudonal encouragement to the exertion of thffe for which this country is fo emi In if the Irifli are anxious after the enjoyment of that proportion of Liberty which the meaneft Commoner of England exults they without theaid of a pair of di from their cliffs the outflretched arm of England offering to them all thofe defireable privi But an imperium in imperio juft at our elbow would be tooterrible a monfter for us to combat As a nation of we mult be jea lous of a kingdom fo very near te the very with Romancatholic Ami if the Proteftants of Ireland are mafters of the lealt glimmerings of they muft ap prove of this caution towards Popifh fo fo and fo capable to annoy both them arid And though our brethren of the ame religion in Ireland are fo wrongheaded as to fee thefe things in another we muft for that adopt a plan fo fraught with ruinous confequtnces both to them and as muft be con fequenl of ftrengthening a nation fo replete enemies to civil and religious while it re mains in a condition of difunion widli The na tural principle of as an affectionate re gard for the Irifh muft influence us to other refolutiens in a matter in which their and our liberties and properties are fo nearly The hints relativt ts the form of printed in a ive imagine would not fa verfedlj read as in the Gaztttttr and tbt atthor tbem to vjbom the as well as the have been much obliged has great in bis obfarvations for tbe ftrvice of ike voe very rtadilj infert tbougb of an uaufttal tomorrows The of which a great fcbetner is contain too fever e 0 reflcflion on private charaeler to received from this be glad to oblige but fir tbe decline inferring L O N DO Yefterday his Majefty came from when there numerous Iris faid his Royal llicrhnefs the Duke of Vq after making the tour of wih uroceed to T north the fbotli of Scotland ia as It is faid his make a prefent to hi royal brother the Duke of of feverdjtsi crurious relating the ait of round among the papers of his atv1 Royal Highnefs the of and par ticularly calculated iv the heroic ibuis of We hear from that his Serene Highref chel Prince of BrunlWick is fet out from dint city where intends Haying iumetirae whence going to ;

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