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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 16, 1766, London, Middlesex                                W E D N E S D J tf L Y ify H A K E By his MAJESTYs COMPANY 1 the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY7 on Friday next will be revived called The C O M M I S S A R The principal parts by F O O T S H Mrs T E With ENTERTAINMENTS of fey AHNAUD and Mifii To which will be addetl a F A R c E called of S C AP I principal parts by S H U T E Rj Fit Gallery The witt be open at fix j and begin at feveu Ladies are defired to fend their ferrants to keep places at fix Places fcr thelioxes to be taken of at Tr ur Vivant Rex T Hicklords i near the THIS DAY will be aelivereaT A LECTURE on calledThe FALL o The prologue is an a and anindjari Gentleman born dumbu of ancient and ntodern beauties j the mTmick who has beattaken off a Lefture ori Tails by Mrs Coles The epilogue is a pro loguey poke by feats Middle feats Back feats The doors to be aiidto beginexaftly at S T A T iO T 1766 Q five per deducted froitfthe fliares and and feat Jixpotwds from the ueadof ten j notwitbltuwrag they are v at the joweft in the greatfcft examined gratis paid arlaohTas by WEN HAM and at thebsfitmte Lottery O in the Foul facing aiKrr wefedtawn of ten tboufknd ponnds each m the lift and fcld at this gratis j and letters poftpaid duly t Our mem bersof depend on their having thfir and on themoft rea fonable and the money remitted them for the prizes ajftd Wanks as drawn and all bufineft relating to the Lottery with the greateft and drawing of the Lottery Will begin on Monaay the ith of H E I N T IT I E W JACK FAILSTAFFS A Tnfcribed to DAfVID Efoj The times have been when ihe brains were The would there an But now they rife Printed for the author fold by in aftd at Johns coffee next the Royal For tktlettaf OLD CORN FACTOR A TRADESMAN aud PROPRI The HEADS on To the t N I4 E R of the G A Z E T T E E R N your Gazetteer of Thursday I read with great attention along and artful as ap pears to with the iniquitous defign of prejudicing the minds I of the public againfta fetof geritle men who have incurred thfrdifpieafure of the prefent Directors of the India and who after many years pent in the ire now threatened with a grievous and to tear troro them the fruits of all refentmeat of a despotic and feed his Bttry one who has read the plain ftory told by in bis ietttr to tie will at fifft glsiiiice perceive the failjicy of the ufad by cojrefpondent j but paper may fall iato of many who have never feen that I think k through the fame channel tbatconveyed to apply the antidote i and in your paper d theunjuft poutions fubHe cpijcUxfions jof the fropritiu in fome meafu j e to ftrpport the mca who are thus meanly attacked in their and as it behind their in defend ingfthemfelyes agateft the open attempts of theftme powerful enemy Afr to I have no connefHon with Ue luclaly fpot and will meet the ityfantS feir wlieie truth and innocence muftal length prevail againft injuftice and I am thiefly concerned gentlemen who are ftUl in who when they come will be ablVto convince their bafe accufers tfcatithey how to vindicate their both Ina moral and a legal fenfe and irt honour Your rorrelpondent fets out with a proportion ami therefore every fophiftical deduc tion niakes iiom it muft be falfe He beeaufethe fvindamental pririci pi tight and wrosg and independant of modes or parti cular Ofages of that all laws or euftoms fpuridedupon niniersj or partial ought to be alfo an abfurdity fo gyojsidbftt we rriiift not diveftrourfelves ef our Euio pean but of any to fw allow I cannot fuppofeyoor comefpendent fo deftitute of common fenfe as not to know the bafenefi of his is therefore the more con Let us but open our thojuiand in ftarices effiar tliemfelves to confute himi drawn from the laws and of the different Stated of Eu rope In fonte countries it is not only but to take above 4 per for intereft of nioney this country our tnorality goes to and in many otters they it to In moft Europeah States it is a crime to exportcorn 5 it a and government by a premrum encourage men to the practice Of it i in the fame at different we find this poli tical morality changes and what was a virtue in a former becomes a vice in Before the reign of Henry it a national meafore to export wool 5 it was countenanced by the and encouraged by the laws inthis age it is a crime worthy of in none but mpn of in famous characters and profligate manners are con cerned in the principles of virtue and vice are eternal and the laws and manners of a country may rank indiffe rent in under either of theft for the good of though we have no oota fion to refer to codes to whether or are crimes in any State yet we muft enquire into the manners and municipal before we can pronounce exportation of or receiving to be the receiving prefents be found as repugnant to European as your correfpondent it decides nothing with re gard to Afia there a longeftablifhed cuftom makes it not only but toreceivethemj and a neglect in this towards any man employed 6n a negotiation of importance between Sovereign would be efteetned an affront to a flight to him that fent is on this principle that prefents have been always never to all our and people in considerable office in India it is to this Lord Clive owes hie great for tune 5 4nd it is by means of that even the Company eajoy theif large pofieffionsin this cuftom of beftowing prefents is nbt con finod to and your corfefpondents ignorance on this article is at beft very problematical he ought to if he has lived as long in the world as I have that it is an eftabliftied never devi atid from but in inftances where the affront thereby intended makes ftrpnger the authority of the cuf tom J it is tfre conftant practice Court in to prefents to Embafladors at the clofe of their or after any treaty of confe manners and European it is confines to a picture or a what s paid in lacks or crores in Bengal but thsprinci le is the and if it is a crime to receive apre ent ia ficca it never can be a virtue to ac cept it in what cflft French louisdors neither does he quantity alter the cafe Juftice does not weigh icr actions in golden nor ftays to number the round a picture before fhe upon thft inerit of receiving it fhe does not confi der where the jewels whether in Eu rope Indoftan wiiether polifhed by the hand of an artjft at or rough from the mines of Gol other inftances may be drawn Juropeaiv to juftify gifts rom independant by Hjrvants of the pub who have placed glory anj Joaftedof this acknowledgement of foreigners as a jroof of their merit with their mother country and I think in the cafe now before the conduct was equally honourable for the gentlemen employed in the treaty with the as any jn Europe for they received thofe pyefents from him out of his own free ailer rigoroufly ad liering to their in aiid plainly re garding his intereft as nothing when in competition with that of the If it could be witlr the lisaft appearance of that thefe gen tlemen in any thing betrayed their that on any orie article they gave up the companys right to court the favour of the or by threats and violence extorted rhelc prefsnts from I mould be the laft man to defend them j but with what deteftation muft we not look upon that who dares impeach their and adduce calumny inftead of proof to fupport it The letter from Reza in down right contradiction to his can drily that he himfelf is a villain and whoever offers to lay hold of fuch mml firft of all dtveft himfelf of European and Knglifh Indceil I will venture to no court in Chriftendom would hear a letter in evidence which gainfaid what the writer had fwore to This method of fwear ing to et mentioned by has been left oiT in England the days of I fhall take n0nofice of the arguments dravynfrom the becaufe your has given that point and xvith an aitoniihing de gree of that no mancan ah to wnich henevec agreed I avoid taking noHce of hu impartiality even Jn hy declaring prefsnts in jieral antl diametricaJly to the fixed uhvariable principles ut he condemns at one lump not Only the gentlemen in but every officer who ever ferved in any conuderable ftation in Lord and the company are involved in the fame cenfure and if feftitution is to take place uponprinciples of which no ftinetion af aiid of na it may go back far enough indeed and we may lords and Tquires fct down bare on lhepave from whence forte of their took their depar ture when they went out writers to When this felfdenymg trJtnonce fhall be proinul gated by the they will no doubt fet the firft example themfelves and I am of that if and the other were to agree pofitively to refund as foon as their honour able mailers mould fhew them the they fcrould till hold their prefents Upon a very long Frdm the LONDON G A Z T T E July The marriage between Prince of Ilefle ahd her Royal fcighnefs the iPrincefs youngelt fifter to his Danifh Ma waf yefterday declared at the palace of Her when the court was aflembled on that ccca The mourning was fufpended for that and every lady appeared in At the fame time the king was pleafed to makefeveral the principal of which the government of Rendfburg to Count Baron Knight of the order of and Grand Mafler to the Queen died here on the S9th of laft He was formerly mini fter from this to feveral foreign and among others te that of Great Jatmsst July The King has been pleafed to grant unto Merrick of Weil Grinfted in the county of Efq and the heirs male of his body lawfully iniletault of fuch to Peter of in the couVtyot Efq heirs male of hisbddy lawfully the dignity of a Baronet of the kingdom of Great July The King has been pleated to appoint Stanier Elq trabrdinnry embafly to tlie Moft Chriftian B A N K R U P Afliton of of to fui render the5th and 6th of at two in the at the old in and the i6th of Au at three in the at the Red Liqn Inn in Days Gpfrjinttd Jar mabrng the dividends of Bankrupts tftatei to John late of the nth of at ten in the at ThomasBrownhill and Mary botR of Liver in brewers and the igth of Auguft at ten in the the iign of the Golden in Certificates ioJte alleivtd o Bankrupt Benjamin late of cefter on or before the 5th of L O N D We in cafe the Lord Chancellor re he will be fucceeded by Lord Mr Pirt ha i lately waited apori Chan cellor at his houfe in Lincolns he lad a conference of feveral hours with him upon ex traordinary Yefterday the Kight Pitt attended the court at Pitt has rtept at Hampftead for two nights for the benefit of the and is in toleruble icalth and great It is that as loon as the Right William Pitt accepts of the office of one of his Majeitys Principal Secretaries of a Court cf Com moncouncil will be in order to agree upon loyaland fpirited addrefs of thanks to his Majefty For taking again into his royal fervice thataile patriotic it is will be fol lowed by feveral other cities and corporations of the Upon the taking of Minorca the begin ning of bft when this gentleman was then call ed into tlie public the city of London ad drefled his Majelty uton that important Several meifengcrs have paiTed thefe two dais be Richmond and his Royal High nefs the of York having been irt town fiace sa turday Ytlterday her Royal Higlmefs the Princefs ger of Wales entertained the Royal Family upon a chicken turtle at Chaflton arrived the Kight Earl Temple at his houfe in Yefterday arrivstt his Grace the Duke of Grafton at his hoUte in On Monday lilt the Right Dowager fet out from her houle in Grofvenor her feat at near in the county of for the remainder or the fummer Ihuifday laft arrivid at the Sir Charles Knight of the Surveyor gaieral of the of his Ma jeltys Laboratory at and in or der to view theltate thefortifications at Tyue and this week he will out for the There was an of held yefterday as on From the Will etidvof the town we that an illuftrious whofe late defection aftoniffces every has his and the other enfijjns of a Nobk tothe Court from is it the counfe and approbation of a certam Northern PoLentatel that a great General hastjulctsd his and en tered into that of between whom and his late matter a treaty of alliance isiecretly to the prejudice of thole who were his dupes in the late The paragraph in this and other which that John Le Efqj is appointed ConAil to the Court of in the room of Efqj is incorrect that gentlermn being only appointed to manage the bufincfs of his Mujeftys during the nbfence of who has beenferit for It is reported hoftages will be immediately de manded o the court of Spain for the payment of the Manilla1 ranfom The Dufch newswriters pretend to have advice from that the Earl of Rochford will be charged to demand of the Court of France the ob of making in feveral of their Letters that Governor OHara vas proceeding to make a factory and fettlement at Argjiin African which would effectually fecure the gum trade from any farther encroach ments of the It to all the religious communi ties of that they muft fell all the eftates they have purchaled or acquired fince the year within the fpace of two othervriie they will devolve to the The Prince William Walter from is Cite arrived at her moor ings in the ef the who is arrived off Dover from the on the ajth of May fpuke with the from go ing into the all of the who is arrived ii he Downs on the i4th of in 40 arid 54 of Loud fpokc with he from Glalgow for arid on the of in and 34 of fpoke with ths ohn and from LiObon to Newtound having been out 13 all Ycfterday was Aldermen at Guild when Sir Robert Ladbroke fat as LocUm Te Efa attended his fix and difqualrnsd liimfelf from ferving he of The Inqueft of Limeltrett iVard made a prefentrnent aainft a publican in the aid for not being qualified as the law directs o keeip the faid Robert of late iff was admitted cue of the SlieiifPs officers of this The Court appointee the elec tion for two Sheriffs of this city and in the room Of William Reynolds and Conquelt late ilis to be held tomorrow inorn ngat The following are the three gentlemen nominated by the prefent Lord Mayor as proper perfons for the office of and not having been clifciiargtd rom the will therefore tomorr w be put in Robert Efq clock maker Philip Efqj furgeon and Henry Efq Thegevernors of Bartholomews hofpital have ixed Thurfday the jift for the annual veuifon Feaft of Jhat royal j and the annual venifon of the governors of Bethlemhof pitals is fixed for the An ingehious gentleman Las invented a machine or cutting of timber by which five men wil in that way in five than ten will do in ten hours by the prefent nuthod j if it is will be of the gfeareft efpeciaily in North The wh lc appaivitns is to be laid before the President of cue cf the ruoit refpeitable Societies in the An arch of fix feet two by fix feet is now carrying on above a mile in Pancras for the rivulet to run and the nollow is filled which the road on a level with the fields whereas a man on horfeback was hardly whereby it was reckoned ami in it many perfons have been this improvem nt will be in part Monday were burnt at in thrre thoufand yards of foreign filk lately brought in there on a pr2e fmuggier from Laft week farmer near had the good for morning to find near ten loads of hay upon bis near the which 1 ad icca brought down by the and which he taretully feCured as his Yefterday a Corporal of the firft regimentof guards was and degraded to a private tr neglect of duty when he had the command of an out party a foldier and drummed eut of the for theft and two more were punifhed for neglect of Yefterday about two ftack of chimnies belonging to the new houfe huiicl that Martin Outwich in fuddenly gave and fsll a bricklayer that was on a fcaifuld two ftories high was thrown down but it fortu nately that although he was mtuh yet he had no limbs Yefterday was opened the Quarter of the Peace for this city nt when the upon account of the Lord Mayors was adjourned to next Tuetday A few days ago feveral hawkers were convicted by John Efq for hswxiucr peas within one hundred yards of the Bvrciigh contrary to the Icaturtin behrilt Forgeries on a bankers houle within a few days been to the amount tof near Tluperfon was till difcorery was to a gentlemnn of and d to pay money there from to time on his principals account as the hand writ ing was very well the clerks weie hut little accurate ia the examination of the He acknowledges the but lays that the money was appropriated to the tradef He is confined in the This ini quitous accumulation hss been made in three about two one cf the watchmen belonging to the psrfh of lighting a gentleman home to hisl dg ings they were attacked by two toot demanded the gentleman s which he refufed to and a battle tht vil lains difcharged two brace of did damage report aLirininj the they immediately came to their aiiiuance which the ioguss took to and made tneir Yefterday morpingtwo men were committed by Jofeph Efq to Clcrkenwell both for felony find tlie fame day to the above bySaunders tiq a for robbing his matter of two The Hamilton 5s appointed one of the Grooms to his Royal Highnefg the Duke of Monday was at Haddington in of the to Mils Ver of Laft was in Northumber John cornfactor to Mifs Jenny of the fame By a letter frpm Lifbow we hear of the death of James aged a relation to the late Duke of By letters received from Ireland it is i Elq heir to the late the Earl of died of an at his feat near Saturday at Richmond in Edxvard Blq A few days fince died in He is reputed to have died worth Yefterdny died at liis houfe in On Monday died Hefter many yeTrs headcook to Bartholomews for which daughter to the late and feveral other are Laft week at Newton in Hannah the Lite incumbent of that and mother of the Monday raving by the bite of his mailers deg about five or fix weeks a young an aprentice to a hatter Monday died in in the icjti year of his who has been a beggar in this city uowards of 60 Friday laft dropped down ds d in Stephen about fojrty o   

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