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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 5, 1766, London, Middlesex r J B V M fctAt the j M G for t eA Y M A R K K the T tile THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY on Tneflay next wiU be per Called V The The principal by F H b T r v R bUufiial rith EN T B a T N HE N T s of By MairfV AUSAUD and Mifc To which will be added a F A R c E called The Y I N G V A L E uft by SHJJTER Juftice iruen Quick 5 Drunken i MfGeorge Davis Ratty The doors at and begin at fe arts deured to fend their fervants feveu to boxes to be taken of at Vivant Bu Day the E8 aa ourt Bench tte time g to prefide By JAMES fWim rf Ac of At contained in Beginmng Oeorge th George Frinted by his MajeftyV lawpnntwiviqir and new in four large price bound STtCS of the PARISH R 1C MARS IT R cellorof tbeDioctfc of and one of fan JottoH of the Peace Tor the county of Printfcdfor Millar and fold by op fiofite in the Of whom be Ecclefiaftkal with the Ap and Indejt in a His Juftice of the and Parifh price Another in one price His the Poor if one price Infcribed to the Right the Marquis of ttfiTHEORY and PRACTICE of GW treated in a new and eafjf ttic cwxftruttien and ufe of an for rebdily Solving the feveral cafes t alfo rultsibr cal culating the charges of with Remarks on Benders lalt and problems ufe the practical gunner To which are pre the Elements of yulgar and Decimal Ainthme By EDWARD Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Printed for Paul facing Southaropton in the Where may be juft in one volume price Joannis Je ad Cenfuram Scriptorum Veterum juxta Autograph L BOO K 8 now on S A L A CATALOGUE of a neat and valuable Collec tion of in moft chiefly n jftnt and many of them in Mo and ojther elegant Bindings j amongft which is the Law Library of JOHN RICHMONB late of Lincolns Inn which are now felling for ready money die prices being printed in the and will continue on fale till afl are BylOSEPH The corner of Lincoln Vinn who gives the full value any Library or Parcel of be had at Jamess Catalogues to be ftreet j Pauls Churchyard Me Fleet ftreet and at the place ebar in J BASE day price bound in THE COMPLETE ART of writing LOVE LETTERS Or The LOVJTRS BEST IN 4n which the TENDER PASSIONS are difplayed in all real or feigned as difcevered in the SINCERE MOUEST HONOURAALB KAPTUROVS PASSIONATE j DISSEMBLTNC FORLORN f With rules and inftracYiops to thefair fex how to snake a happy choice cf a good Exhibit in a lenes of a variety of truth and fincerity and happinefs and miferyj with feveral examples in both To which are fome elegant forms of MESSAGES for Printed for next the Crofskeys ta Holborn at the without Templebar 5 and at the in and SELTiZER LL of this Spring are arrived iniheir utmoftperfemon at OWENs iTER near Tempte4wvFleet late EYftESs eftabliued in its near fifty by the recommendation of the m6ft eminent To prevent pleafe from as beingibia no where lfe in England j afed dtaU oatfr ioc ready every receipt All the ENGLISH MINERAL WATERS now in continually arrive frefti and are delivered porterage free to all parts of the ISLAND of HELEN near the Seven Hoafes being opened for the receprion of BRAFIELD difrProprie who hath been at a great expehce in the im provement the and in plentifully ing the fiftt ponds tor the free arouiement of all who delight in humbly begs leave to foiicit the countenance of the public and as he hath alfo well Jloredhis cellars with the beft of flatters him felf they have afforded who have tailed general fatisfaftion and that the beft choice ot every commodity hall be hispleifing ftudy to pro As this little Ifland of from its ad vantages and is capable of affording all that folaceand retirement the molt diftant fitua tipn can I hope the as well as my friends in will be pleafed to accept this in vitation j to accommodate in the genteeleft hall be the ccmftant regard of Their obliged and very humble BRAFIELD with hot at the ufual hours and the price from Londonbridge to Princes ftahn from whence to Helena is a fliort and plea walk by is oars and fcuilers PHILO the tetters fiptea A and To the PRINTER of the Very extraordinary advertisement has appeared of lace in the public papers concerning an unautho rised ielfelecUd who call themselves A Refirauvug This itfceras by their ad has incurred an ex pence offnrtfen by expen in profocuting otfendervagiinftour for the icftraining of vice and and by defend iog malicious proTecutiont carried on againft which have been fupported by 4jJfe evidence there they beg fojentrinu ftboft As this advertisement is addrefied to every indi 1 have fome right to examine into this mat ter befjre I give any affiftance to left what I would wifli to he employed in doing flxould only in doing real I proteitthat I could fome method was hit upon to fuppreff open and to keep vice under greater restraints than it at prefent has for to expccT to banifo it is too romantic a thought to enter into the head of any but an over heated or a defigning Yet I muft own that this Society does not feem to promife any foch faliitary nor does it feem that the begging adverufement is entirely written with the pen of We all well know that no profecu tioh can take place againft any one for apprehend ing till the apprehended is difcharged as innocent j as in juftice they may be brought for falfe which may coft money to if the members this pretended Society had done no thing but what they were authorized to do by thefe very laws which they boaft of having no profecutions could have been brought againft tiiem they muft have recovered damages for all fimt wouloMuve put them out of the neceflity of begging for Thefe the advcrjiicment informs were Aipperted byfoJfe If thefe men would they mould have fpecined the ptTticular and have given us a lift of thofe miscreants who have been convicted of perju ry for fuch we are to onderftaad thefc men know that evejy falfe evidence in a court of or before a is indift for peijury Either there his been ao falfe evi or theie Reformers havefoiled in duty to God and the public not to have brought thefe perjured perfons to a bac of No man is to be called a evidence till he is convicted asfuch if they have conviAed of that atrocious why do they not produce their which Can be1 no fince their names mnft ftand upon re cord If they have not conviftid how dare upon the public byfuch an aflertion and attempt to wring money from the credulous by faHe pretences it is evident thefe pretended reformers cannot have differed any maticiou profe cutions and if they have been it muft have been only by thofe whom they have injured in their perfons or characters whom they have feized upon in the ftreets when going upon their lawful occauons whom they have given falfe informations If they have done and theconlequences have been heavy upon it is no more than what they have moft juftly me rited and it is certain the courts of judicature would have fcreened them from and pu niflied all falfe evidence againtt if any fuch thing had in the name of who are thefe Men r If they aft thus thus dif as they would have mankind why are they aihamed of their names Why do they not filence all gain by letting the pub lic know who they that we may judge how fit they are for reformers by the private characters they bear This would be candid 5 and if they are real hobaft and goad and have the love 0f and aa a motive for their the public applaud the law prbteft them from all mfKeiua prtfetutitta and they would be foon reim bwfed for att expences they can prove they have reify incurred Jo v But on the while they remain they give no proofs of Ae truth of what they urge in their advertifements but their own bare af ihall and I hope no mart in fenfes will contribute one farthing for he knows not to he knows I expefi the precurfor of this very ex traordinary will If he can hew me that I have made one falfe or injured thefe men by any oht word I have then will I confefs my errors I hall recommend the perufal of who wouWf be real the following words of the excellent Archbithop in his fermon on Luke Our Saviour came to difcountenance all and cruelty of men j to re drain that furious and unpeaceaWe which is fo troublefome to the and is the caufe of many mifchiefs in He came to introduce a falvation of mens and For when religion once comes tofupplant moral and to teach men the ab furdeft things in the to lie far and to tf kill for Gods fake when it ferves for no other caufe but to be a to inflame the tempers of men to a greater and to fet a keener edge upon their fpirits to make them teatimes more the children of wrath and cruelty than they were by nature then furely it lofes its and ceofet tube religion for let a man fay worfe of infidelity and atheifm if he I have fundry anecdotes to which may fome men look like wolves in which I can publicly prove to be but I referve them for another A REAL Reformer tf To be To the PRINTER of the GAZE TTEE IN your paper of Saturday I find let ter ihews in what manner the Dutch treat bank which is certainly preferable to the method at prefent England without going to Holland for a I think we need only apply to the laws of part of this I mean that of of which 1 ihall give a fliort A debtor is firft fumttojied by a written on fix days to appear ift and hew caufe why a de cree fhould not againft If he not ap a decree or judgment is by virtue of which he is then charged to pay in fix days If he fails fo to a capias is filed and his per fojt apprehended and li is and unable to he the benefit of thatexcellent the 3id the fixth ieffions of King WiU Hams parliament in made concerning the alimeat of poor which That where any perfon is made prifoner for it mall be lawful to the Magiftrate of the burgh where the prifon and where the perfon is who ftiall be made upon petition and his making affi davit in their that he hath not to aliment to intimate the fame to the cre at whofe fuit the prifoner is and to require him to give fecurity for an aliment to not under threeptnce a or to con fent to his liberation which if the creditor or de lays to do within ten days then it hall be law ful to the faid Magiftrates to trt the faid poor indi gent prifoner at without any hazard of being for the debt providing that if the creditor give fecurity to aliment the he hall be kept and By this aft the Magif trate has a power determine what the aliment mail and that is according to the rank or cha racter of the from threepence to a hilling per day but at the fame time it is part of the efta blimed law of the that when the prifoner fwears that he is unable to pay his and maintain him felf in he grants a or alignment of all his effects in favour of his by virtue can take and difpofe of them by fale if afterwards he is found to have ie creted any he may be in the fpace of ten a prifoner may compel the moft hardened and illnatured to give him an aliment payable of obtain his whereas a poor prifoner in England muft wait his three rerms before can obtain his groats and this is one reafon why many conceal and fecrete their eftefts to fubfift themfelves to the preju dice of the lawful creditor if the creditor be ever fo or out of revenge continueto keep the debtor in and pay his he may compel fiich and obtain his libera by an called in Scotland a Ceflio a furrender of bis effects before the court of wherein the Judges finding the allegations in fuch action juft and fairly will order the prifoner to be difcharged and I may venture to af in feven there will not be fo many pri foners for in all the goals in as are at prefent in the prifons in and about London for after being apprehended and taken rather than go to they generally aflign their effects in fa vour of their If a debtor fcould leave tke place of his and get after his fiift and before a capias be the Judge will grant a fummary warrant to appre hend his and commit him to unlefs he find bail to ftand A few hints of the dif ferent laws of trading might enable the le power of this kingdom to correct the pre L O JS D O Yeftsrday arrived tile mails from Prance and bywhich we have the following ad Extraff if a letter from June have juit received ad vice from that thepeafants of the Margraviate of Bareith ha aflembled to the number of three marched to the and required the Margraves to bear in paribn the which jfcey had to make concerning the taxes j ad that if they were rtot tbejr ftttttld be obliged to quit the Letters frdm Vienna that foon after thf Emperorsdeparture for the camp of a deputation arrived from the peafauts of when theSmprefsQueen received their reprcfenta tions very and That the after his return front pofed to make a tour to and that his Imperial Majefty would then examine in rheir and procure them in cafe they ap peared to have any foundation exhorting in the mean to he and to behave like good andiaittiful There was a dreadful fire at Warfaw on the 8th which pccafioned the King to iffue ancdift next ordering theproprietors of wooden houfes in that to paH them a certain and rebuild them with A who worked in the at the port of From Naples they that a Barbarv corfair had taken a Liparote which had on board one of the richeft merchants of A lion which the Morocco AmbafTador was con duclingamongft other prefents to the K ng of broke his cage at and imadi his efcapeinto the The Duke de Peer and Firft Marfhal of died at Paris the in the SSth year of his age 74 of which he had ferved the King his matter in his in his and in his and on all occasions himfelf by his difintei and This day her Royal Highnefs the Piincefs Dowager of Wales will entertain the Royal Family nt dinner upon a turtle of 150 pounds weight at Yefterday arrived in town his Koya Highnefc the Duke of Glottcefter from and this Royal Highnefs will fee out for attended by his Thurftoy his Excellency James Efqi Gentleman of the Bedchamber to the and ne phew to the Lord had his audience of le being in a few days to fet out for at his Majeftys Minifter to that Republic and at the fame time had the honour of Knighihood conferred upon him by his Thg jeW5f t of Hnys recall from we IftWaUy without yMflrtfafWs Grace the Duke of Newcaftle fit out from for the fum T uefday arrived from in his yttcnV af Park Lord Sir Charles William Private from Paris that fiis iiefs the Pope had fuftered a from which the phyficians drew fatal They write from tfiat theexpence of hip building at for hisCatiiolic MajeitvB fince theconclufion of the late amounts to the Ann of feven millions of We hear from C that the Spaniards are mak ing great progrefs in the conftruftion of hips of w at the Caraecoes in the We liear from Rome of dejth of Patrick a native of in the it7tli year of his lie had lived in that city of 70 The letters from Germany that the King of Pruflit had viii ed his the Reigning Dutcheis of and itayed at Krunfwick and from the 7th to the loth of laft His Majelty thence went to to review fome troops which were aflembled for that and then retun to Berlin in good The Chatham man ot war is arrived at Plymouth from with money for the payment of the The hip Thomas which happened to be on fire on Suvday evening to be as her lading chiefly confuted o Croontre of the De Jotin of Wcrk a Dutch from France for w boarded tlw Sth off Beachyhead by two with ten each with who took from hei eighteen anchors of braixiy and fundry value 150 pmvifion and werijig api and cuf one man in the head for refuting t givft ins what they could not carry aw a Jjuiey We hear that the famous Coriican Ch has fent over rery advantageous offers to any Eiii lifti who ftiall engage in his A few days ago the Leverits embarke at with ninety French for Wei We hear the frameftork and materials of t new about twentyfire tons are to fent in the Dolphin man of be put to gether by the ihipcarpenters on their at oewdifcovered which are intended to be fen for the dUccvery of the continent fuppofed act to b fir So much is this kingdom growing into effimatio with a rival that we are allured rLere are r lefs than ten times the number of nobili IJGW in to what there has been of Englilh anyone time within thefe twenty years in of the enormous pricr of evtrv we hear that the Directors of the Bank tend immediately to the of all thei the prefent appointments being greatly adequate to the maintenance of their Thurfday a great number of fine large cod were imported on board a fifoing imack fi Holy Thurfday feven thonfand live fobfters worebron to Biliingigate in a nfliingrfmack fronl Berwick UD r Thurfday afternoon was held a General Mtetin1 of the Commifliouers of Sewer and Pavements when Charles Efq ct er contractors to new pave the City or Londa figned their faid agreement and the work will begun at Templebar next Monday
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