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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 10, 1766, London, Middlesex                                f i aW G A z E T T D ttroigb ivbich bat lately bten tot efdetjefting fo many ap prehending fo many it any bt gtve THIS PUBLIC N That tbt it conftantly ihferted in PAPBR atdij HlFORMAtibHS properly atttndtd ty BUYfiRS 6F 8BC0NB HAND robberies will ffeape eUttSien ifyedtiSyif ALL PERSONS make uieef the Jamr paper to advertife tieir lofles PI EL D I N fiwj or in the or toy art for tmmtdiatf fifyatcb ttalljitver by the printer if this HAY M A R K E By PARTICULAR r The Fourth IITAp THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY A DAY will be ft called Tte O A T OR The principal parts by Mr S H U T E FOOTE will perform his iifual E N T E R T A m M BH T 8 D AN CI By ARNAUP and Mifs To which will be added a F A R c E The L Y IN G V AL E by SHUTER Juftice liftien Quick Drunken MGeorgej Darisj Kitty Worky Boxes Fit Gallery iThe deoEfeViitbe open at ani begin at deured to lend their ieryants to at for Ute boxetto be taken of at Rex o ti T MARYBONE THIS DAY will be a CONCERT of VOCAL and INSTRIJ The Vocal by Mifs and VVith feveral NEW by after the Concert will be A Tkkets two Sfciiiings and To render it more agreeable to the com there oatform the great which wjH entirely and railed Tbeee will be a horfe for the city road to and from the to protect thoSe friends who intend honouring Vincent with their Tickets to be had of at her lodgings at next the in the Strand j and at the bar of the Tickets delivered for the fd will be i il H1 ilt five per centdeduded from the fhares aad and bytfix pounds from the initead of ten hotwkhftandihg they are fold attheioweft in the examined and paid as fooa by WENHAM and at tteir State in ths Poul facing Grocers arid were drawn prizes often thousand pounds each in the laft and fold at this We hall keep the molt exaft JJnraerical and Regiiter The S C HE M E of the Total 1 11945 prizes Firft drawn Laft drwn each at iol Schemes of the Lottery given gratis and letters poft paid duly Our likewife al mem bers of may depertd oa tlieir having their and on the moft rea fonable and the money remitted them for the pritts and blanks as foon as drayvn and all bufinefs relating to tlie Lottery traulafted with the greateft and The drawing of the Lottery will begin on Monday tli of All rtirfoMpoffeffecl of receipts from this Of may have them exchanged when they think To theP II B L I iBvalijable prepared the receipts by tteman at his deathto John Page Efq Melmber for and him genefoufly beftowedon the pnbliCj be had in London only at Hepry book and printfeller oppofite Bir chjnlanex and at Marflisj Charingcrofs where b ITfir and an PC of i Thefe medicines have been difpenCed thefe two Isft year paft in confjdcrable throughout tbe twithput having to oar any bad effccls 5 OB tfte have beep informed the vender that in fcorbutic in the Liqiud in confoaaed rbeumatifrasj Ui the ftof from Dropfy Powi removing painS beeen at pricey July ADreadfal on the day of May having reduced to aflies between four and fire hundred with a greater number of warehouses and other in in the ifland of the and interefted in or trading the faii are defired to at oclock in the on Tuefday the i Arms pro curingfeme relief to the poor unhapfoy TO be and entered on A neat ortnpleatly of a and two bed with a wamhoafe and corivenien and pleafant in good ituate in the parifti of Any perfon may be treated with by leaving a line for at Bignejls coffee S f A E L O T T E R and Chances of are fold in great variety by BROOKSBANK and Stock at their Lottery the corner the back of the Royal Exchange where feycral capital prizes have been raared and particularly a prize of tke nrft 1763 a prize of of in the 1763 aad the laft and in tlie lottery The SCHEME of the of of Total a ot is 2OOO3 a jooo 10000 4p 2000 8000 10 1000 10000 20 IOO 201 11606 500 Firft Drawn Lalt Drawn 48055 Blanks at 60000 at i 600000 The money for the prizes and mares and will be paid this office as Toon as The prices and blanks to be rraRsferrable annuities at the Bank of bearing 3 per The lottery begins drawing on Monday the i yth of and Soujth Sea with their fe veral India Navy and Victualling and ali kinds of Government bought and told by Com poft paid punctually Sclicmes QJpfpe given Ticksts regifteced at each j and ths earlielt account of their iuccefs iieniio any part of Great Jiritain or and gen tleraen who have purchafed our may now excliange tliem for 7 his tttn are J EIGHTEEN DISCOURSES arid DISSBRTA I IONS up n Various very important iit Urclting By PATRICK DEL and Dean of Down in Printed for in tejl To the PRINTER oPflSe it be recoFdedto thedifgrace t1s that in it an attempt the of the Eaft India yi the Eaft are ignorant that extortion impliedj when preterits are made to perfons in which not warranted by law to under the of fees This is fo generally and has been fs uniformly that it is amazing that any man at this time of the day mould fancy it pof fible to infufe another opinion into the mftd of the Can thefe gentlemen hope to felves under the eaftern cuftorris of the Gentoos They will moft certainly find them felves difappointed in tliefe unlefs they can engage us to believe that the rues of mo rality change with the tuarwhat we call mifdemeafiors England tnuft with the appellajtion of virtue in We fwallow fuch AGentoo a he heard with while he relied on the cuftoms of his but of this in themcjuth of an foun ded on eaftern cuftdmsi is Tor we fuppofe that in the ought notto divert therofetves of theirJBqrppean con European and Englilh when they pate the j We are ought to tegal authority is derived from niuftbedfopinion art enturely foreign to between the Baft lier Tents from MMMfters of or Duikers Bengal Thl of this our laws j from that all v Accpvding no truftee ought to enridh which he is appointed prefents from tk poteirorjf af lat the truft op fayo the way of is cauftjr or from hf Calaftb aren with in neither of wfcich ftations could without being liable tojfefe receive do natives of importance from of Bankers of in Upon will Jolinftone attempttd that it is coiiformabile to our that the mejnkejs of that al lowed to reftiin tqk their own gifts they could not lawfully bargain for or lawfully receive Or Jolinftone fay that a judge or a Truftee may lawfully riceive though he cannot lawfully bargain for them The whole Qf his to the Proprietors of the Eaft India proceeds on this that it is in this to and what it would have been dif honourableto have covenanted But before we can fubfcribe 6ur affent to this we muft be delivered from our our religious and from pur gioft natural apprehenfions all wluch initSe moft pofirive ftones more lucrative according to the in wlrich Statutes are penned at whenever the law forbids fums of money to be re othes1 than to a certain we are alfo prohibited to takefuch though Johnftone perfuade us that thefe large gratifications without any undut practices on the part of the re ceivers will ind the tafk Al though no deyofuions had ever been afTert itig mal practices which gave to thefe pre and Mohammud Cawn had ne ver wrote one fyllable on that we are too well acquainted with human to believe that the eaftern or their would have made fucli prodigious out of a principle of to men from it was tlieir interefts to conceal their opulence much lefs can we ima gine that Bankers would have been fwayed by fo childifh a motive as to part with fuch huge of their cafli to the oppfefTors of their Whether we confider the power of the receivers of or the dependent fitua tion of the we muft conclude that thefe grants were not VOLUNTARY hscircura ftances of the cafe that muft have been a treaty resembling that mentioned by the Na bobs before the propofalof theie prefenls came from the or from the other prodigal who in this to captivate tbe benevolence of our avaritious And the accepfance of thefe donations from perfons fb mucji under the power of the bad they teat never fq freely reproach on that generohty which England has been hi therto Such an unbounded diflTpation of trealure could never voluxtarify made 5 and the flow perforraarice of the grant affords a ftrong was theJenQ tlie re Iu6iance i L How weak is it in to pretend that Reza letter is incbnftftent with his he caufe in the oath it is that the diftribution of thefe prefents was made by the and in the that Johnfton fettled the diftribution himfelf where is the contiariety here If we fup with Mooty ram was Johnftone and negotiated the diftribution before it was actually we can ealiiy conceive that this though made by the yet was dictated by as Reza in his This iiCcount of that affair is neither nor On nothing can be niore than that Mr the haad ot the dtp on whole motion the grant of thefe iums a as reluctant ly agrted according Jo fliuldname the peribns to whom thegift was to be and the proportion in which alignment to be I will to Johnftones for on which he particularly as his titie to donations in v queftknyj1 a title he cannot that that it lawful tor the Coropauy to accept pre fects from the Nabobk and their andfub tiEthe covfinSnts which bid bew tent to prohibitory ot prefents witiiput the the how leriYeiefs is thisconcieit We acceptance of rhele before of thele inden could not operate A breach of the inden be concluded in favour pf tfefeie lucrative conedfiox that they were law fully unlefs it cauidV which it never that it is agreeably t6 our that peribns in office may make fuch I jxefe cbme covenants which did when they rated 5 that fort elv that to have to the prohibi which canie with Lord her nflion to com ore J pa and it is manifeft t lought fit to repofe in thofe covetous j if BoyAn Old ManandASatopy To the PRINTER of the I A M lift down to off r a reply to ill your paper of laft Tuefday but iiow to faiJsfy fuch a warm I know not in arn very about if lean but iatisly the C that neither I or the whom I wiih waj motiiters as in his endeavours to On June 6 you was pleafcd to publish my wellnxeantfentimeuts on the progrefs andpre fent of the Society lor Picmoting a To this S wrote aftvere with fuch cenlines of that So as could not be Ajpported by for which reaibn he avoided attempting any and as his reception as a writer wholly apon the credit ahd cortfiiteiice of his wild 1 thought It would be but irflmg to otier a iorinal rt b left both mous gbjiei vaLons to the decifion of your I know that in all this I have or done any thing unwoithy of agtntlemaa and chrif tian but is picafed to treat me as if only worthy of the raoft vulgar ufage j 1 am per in fo doing he has pleaded better for th cavife I have recommended than I dg I him to be a thuugU his ftile and are remarkably like tlie vf tulence of one of the other fex advanced in who has felt the good effefts of the zeal againft thofe houfes which fo greatly tend toj uin tae young of both His threatening if he meets that I feel the ftrength of his is fo like an ale houfekeeper who fas been detected of entertaining unhappy men on a Sunday whilft they mould be at lome public that I cannot helptopeiling him to be of that profeffion But if bt mould meet me cr any one c f the Society I well Ite be affured he will never be able to blame or fall upon without at the ftune time flying in tht face of the laws his Whilft charge hisfellpw fuSj 6ls withevik 1 breach of charity he is capable of rtretching alittie to exculpate hinielf fuffered f ora the iocietys awl hopes be ne ver hall that I he hopeshe mall nsvr be iound he may violate the laws by his foreboding the of what Jieavy itfay btfall any honeft I he it that whn what fort of men he with the noble epithet of When hall ex phis what he means by the 1ocietys it will be lime to give a move explicit anlwtr hi the mean time 1 wGuhi only hit having for and rriany Juibiccs and re fpeclable approving of their en deavours to promote a of it is not iikely that they inrniters as wooild have them Every CVnltable whp takes up a thief or with as much be of bad deeds iii open day to the difgrace of hu a this wliofe invariable aims beeu only toput our wholefoine laws in The charge of making or exptcling prufit front thofe which they have been fo many hundred is fa extremely that one who knows any thing tf their proceed can neo4 any other anftm1 but the notoriety of its being falfe and He and hadyou not to burn ycur fingers by med dling with feme that had courage enough to you by have been able to a This paffige is fufficiiu to make me again doubt whether this writer is male or female but I will fttll allow him to be a be canje he feems to imagine it carry on his oppcfition j and I fuppofe he thinks that thofe wjio had to with the bafeft artifices and muft itorntale perjuries like all honeft and honoui able men and women I A bawd or a Sab with are certainly more worthy of honour and more members of the State than the fociety who legally promoted their What then can be faid to fatisfy iuch a judge of ho neft men This fociety is formed of worthy men fromftf rtous focieties why then may they not as properly be called Churchmen or Diflenrers as Foundery men f And if Weflsy approves of every ten dency to a it is not becaufe he any intereit in but becaufe it is for the good Ciery in and will be blefled with a nveti dant ieemf tohave intermit Or mcney fo much in that he thinks no good man can un dertake or good without it j but I would whifper in bis thnt jiis thus judging of others by himfeif is no proof of his he only means to if poni theie informers being fo mifchievous they have What is it then mifchievoiis to inform the Magiftrates of fuch evilsas are hurtful to and they by to pu Then farewell all order and fafety If every Bart is leftao do whatever his cr ftall excitejtlieh we bary our laws and ihai foon aiftate of anarchy Wow fct foriif he he wiil veal truhe ilcf rh J have forced themfelves into office is former and laft in he tonnes j anditTw lfuHr Tu   

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