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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 18, 1766, London, Middlesex HAY M A R K E By his MAJESTYS the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY TAlS will be revived a M M I S S A R The principal parts by Mr 8 FOOT H W T E R of Mifs to ifeich will be addeJ a FAR c E called The C H EAT of S C A P I The principal parts by S HUT t Mr Mrs Gallery The doort will be cperi at fix V tod begin arfeyen Ladiei are defired to feftd tKeir fervaajts ft Phces for the boxes to be taken of Vitant Rex the the days of playing and R Y A R s Admittance oiiefluUing The dcers te be opened at fire 5 and the mufic to begin at half an hour after r This davit in pnct TH E I N T E H E W 5 IACK A infcribed te DAVID Eiqj times have been That brains were man woiihj there an they rift Printed author 5 and fold by in Paternoiter row 5 and at Johns cotffce next the Royal This In two pocket price fsw SERMONS to YOUNG WOMEN a feries of free liut affectionate in which their initruction is as well in the accomplilh mentsthat will adorn their as in the virtues that will promote their h Frmted for AMiLtr and in the Strand in Pallmall and in to the in a future for the fake of their defending Hanover under thefe cir eumftances from 4he neighbouring continental Were I not afraid j that that gentlemans inge nious guefles might pafs with fbme of your readers for ftertiug I fhould leave liim to divert him felf in his own in the airy wilds an exube rant capacious of imparting plaufibi Uty to the moft improbable dictates of human fince it may poffibly Ifeutirt dangerous commercial iipinions may thus be iqrpreffed in the minds of the by rrieans of the4 extenfive channel in which he hath been to pour them jnuft ftrip his curious epiftle of that date of the gaudy drefa with which he hath been pleafed tbadorn his fabulous produc that the jealoufies thereby intended to be raifed in the rjiay never afterwards fee blown up into the fire of iare performances of Neater Jaculcates largely the dangeyjof the Act ckf without even eX ing a picture of one that may poffibly id thofe alterationsof that which are really in the Will he convince every alteration in the njode of commerce muft be of fatal cbiifequencc T in fen T a ftmll hevtt htfOTopedjn England for I hath often improved on tijeir anceftors ihts day it price Containing ieveral very remarkable Number Part of HE Whole Proceedings on the Kings Commif fiqns the Qyer and and Goal for the City Goal Delivery for the and alfo j Thirfiky the and Saturday the sthof fffHiRfe fixth year of j his Majeftys reign 3 Seffions in the j Mayoralty of the Efq Lord Mayor of the City of in Pauls This day is The SECOND price To which is now Otsfervations on Broken winded endeavouring to prove the feat of that not to the of elegant and Remedies for the DISEASES ot Hoitsis In Two Contain The Surgical The Medical Part of PRACTICAL for the proper Treatnserit of PoftrChaife and other after violent With fuiteble Remarks on the By B A R T L E Author of the GENTLEMANS Printed for Pote Sold alfo by in Avemarylane and all other Booksellers in town and NEW BOOKS By oppofue in the Bookfeller to his des Lettres fur les yar De Anciennes Loix des ou Additions aux RemHrqijes fur les coutumes cueilles par par z Rouen LaRepublique ou ian General de 1ancien de par De Haye Hiftoire Katurelle des par Du Paiis De la Paris Les Paiis avec La Pharfale de traduite par Mar Paris avec Abrege du Paris Tom Paris EftrsttQ deila Letteratura torn Yverdon Precis de 1Hiftoire pat LAbbc Paiw Diclionnajre Raifonne de Phy a Paris To the PRlNTJiR of the If yPPGSiTO quid faid the antient ichoolmen and wears all fenfible that if are allowed to coin fuppofi tious premifes according to our J we may artfully eftablifh even the moft abfurd In the way of a conclulion from thefe fabulous pre This fruitful quality of the human it no fetret to your correfpondent Neuter and I mutt hat gentleman avails himfelf much of this redundancy of fancy implanted in in your paper of the 25th He there deals largely his conjectural Imaginations concerningconjeSured fup pofed by hin to be or promiled to be us to the fentimeim of J So fijcienfive a commerce as that cer as it enlarges new circum wifdom of former ages could a nlan of ftnfe cannot unforeieea AjQcufrein de a change of which be becaufe not If we adopt Neuters and pronounce all our laws relative to trade unchan we fnould foon involve ourfelves in the moft inextricable and deny the kingdom thofe advantages which muft unquestionably arife from changing former as often as a change of thefe laws mall appear eligible for the purpofe of reaping a more plentiful harveft of The in finite advantages attendant on the Spanifli trade the WeftIndies feem to have been anciently un known in elfe the prudence of former days would never have in the Aft of Na an infuperablebarriertofbgainful abranch of for that reafon refufe the Spaiifh and prohibit the introduction of and coca a into our dominions Shall we refiife a fort of fugars than our own Weft Indies in order to raife from thence a fo reign fugar which cannot be hud on the foot ing of the merely tadlule we are unwilling tV change one article of that law Or ftall we alter the that we may endow England with thefe further when it is I that no lofs in other branches of our trade can pof fibly accrue tu us by this alteration What common fenfe directs in this cafe is evident j and it is as ob that this direction is diametrically oppofite to Neuters novel relative to the un changeable nature of navigation and commercial Our the ruling confideratian in coinuiamUtfe to and add to our commercial as often as the fluctuating nature of human affairs requires for our own conve I will readily with that temporary interefts ought to give way to thofe that are permanent j and I will go fo far as to admit that the interefts of the parent never to be fa crified to thofe of her coloniils but I mull hope that it never will be a received doctrine in that the convenience of the coionifts is not to be re when that convenience interferes not with thofe advantages which are due to as being the parent much leis will I agree that England in any renounce her own merely becaufe the coionifts will be profited by the fame A more eXtenfive cultivation of WeftIndies Spanifh and fome of the valuable productions of the Spanifh as needful in commerce as in our ma cannot certainly hurt England nor can the parent country poffibly fuffer lofs by exchanging her thin woollen Birmingham fine and other for the filver and and various precious commodities of New Why fhould we allow that Jaw to ftaw in its full which deprives England and her co ionifts of thofe infinitely great advantages At for the fuppofitious neutrality of the FREE I cannoi treat it in a ferious I know that it is the prerogative ofthe Crown to declare neutralities j but I alfo know that none of the pre rogatives of our Crown can be exerted without the previous advice of her Minifters nor is it a fecret to that none of our Minifters dare advifefo pir nicious a neutrality as that figured by The man who would take it upon him to create fuch a conveyance for the French Weft Indian produc tions in the time a would certainly anfwer for it with his I could even truft the preftm Miniftry for weak and witlfefs as they That regard for implanted in the breafts of all which often prevents your publifhing let ters the world would with to will for ever dif ftnde fa ruinous which would certainly give fo deep a wound to our national We have no right to or any future Britiflj of committing fo erroneous acrime becaufe we have no right to accufe any man of mif demeanors he never and fuch mifde meanorttoo as muft in the ordinary courfe of involve him in every mifery whiqh our nature We are well known to be too Spirited a people to fubrait to fuch an encroachment n ourJjiatloaai for Any Mjnifter to play his ards f4th usin unlels heJaid his account with 2th immediate a meafiwe n6 Parliament would fuffer lapro A C R L itttcrs reetfaitd of Decency and Good A To the of INDIA extraordinary advance 6f Eaft India ffcck if now become one of the common topics of give me leave to impart my fentiments riot take upon me to condemn the conduit f the prefent tourt of as it is well k nown hey are many o them gentlemen of and and very lately chofen give me leave almoftthe unani nous fuffrageof the Pro but as I apprehend every perfon has an right to offer his opinion with regard to he conduct he thinks the Directors ought to have ibfenredj I muft take the liberty to that lehaviour has been fomeijuhat Would t adtjhave been becoming the Court of in reaving from Lord to miaeSately called a General and laid before hem the advices they had received where would lave the impropriety or inconveniency attend ng it Inftead of many perfons I jay availed themfelves of this and arge more than twenty lower C prefent to the no fmall difadvantage real Proprietofsj who were induaed to fell ts not being informed of the contents patches a General Court was which was not ill it rotation and a confiderable irrie after the interefting advices abovementioned were received a motion was made for increaling the that i for the half rear next enfuing we were informed it was the unani mous opinion of the Court of that it was without aligning fo much as one reafon or their fuch rou fee the Proprietors are ftill to be kept in the and no perfon admitted into the real kaow edgeXf your affairs but thofe behind the may be a very prudent and iroper method of and the very high opinion at prefent entertain of your CQurt of Directors undoubtedly proves it fo j but give me leave to it would be proper to affign fome reafon for all this at the moft fenfihle men I have the plea fure to converfe are of that and think acontrary behaviour would be both politic and I would Hfecommenfi to your confidcration the betog on your and to have a care how you are tempted out of your either by the advance of price or the artful fuggeftions of thofe vhofe intereft it may be to deceive for as many cfyou have been in the poi fefllcm of it when the fituation of your affairs were truly now that the fcene is and your revenues in India are by the iate treaties to two millions fttrlingper clear of all it may be expeded that an ample divHtnd one day or be de clared If not by the yet by a future Court of j and that a time will come when thofe in power will think in fome accountable to tktir confiituthts efpecially when it is confidered that your annual income will amount to a Aim nearly equsl to half your capital and of courfe admit of a dividend ct thirty or forty par A To the PRINTER of the I Cannot help being diverted with a correfpon dent of in your paper of Wednefday his letter is dateJ the izth inftant from Twicken and is figned But I would till he is better acquainted with his not to think of exppfing himfelf to the laugh of thofe who He confiders a bear as an at pre is more particularly dangerous than at other times and although he has exprefled himfelf I fancy he means that it fhould be muzzled immedi for that is alfo a phrafe in But is he certain that there are any Bears of Eaft India Stock at prefent The number of thole I Lconceive to be very fmall but does not your cor fmell very ftrong of the to mske ufe of another of thofe of the meaning of I he is not fo ignorant as he pretends to be He in my to adopt his own elegant ChangeAlley a Sear up to he teeth in my I would ad vife him to be fatisfisd with a prpfit of 40 or 50 per and not to wait till the itock rifes up to per at which price I doubt not he wifoes to fee it for if he mould do titat or encourage other men to buy at a price too he and his friends may tumble from a which ignorantly calls launching headlong into the jnidft of a A PLAINDEALS It is now faid the new Miniftry will not be finally fettled till next It is confidently that frefli disturbances likely to happen in We hear that a certain illuftricus whofe extraordinary behaviour engrofles the attention and conversation of the intends to make a for mal abjuration of the Proteftant in the fame manner as a Prince of the fame family did near a century ago for which be ii faid to have given fifty weui have been Since printed ia a bank of that There never was a greater likelihood of the old of policy taking place than at prefent tor if the report be ieems highly pro that isfecretly t France and a cettam Northern f m f Queen wil defert the and feek al tither old and natural ally and to her deferted in the i but na will think rheJofs ajly of a whofe d both in the field and y hafHedthe united efforts made to crufli nigiity empires and four moft powerfai the greatelt Genera in Eu rope It is how wil be no abatement in cur lvdejaattds en the court of for their im mediate dif charger of the Manilla Some thoufand we will fooh be wanted for actual fervice on board his Majeftys fhips of It is that an Englifli fleet wiH Ipeedily be ftationed to couateracl the of the French on he ifland of Co Wednelday Count de the Pruffian Am had a conference with his Majeltys Secre taries of on thefubjeft of lome late difpstches received from In a private letter from Berlin we are that the Emperor of Germany and the King of Pruflia had lately had an interview fome on the con fines of Whether this was a meeting of or or or whether fome bu finefs of confequeme hath been at that time tranf afted between thefe two great time only will Letters from Hamburgh that the Pruffian CommiffarJes are buying up all the faltpetre they can pbfljbly come Both there and in for the fervice of his They write froin a Spanifli fquadron would foon be fent out on an eXpeilifion to bombard fome pLces on the Barbary coaft 5 a finall fleet hav ing been already lent to make the neceflary obferva tions apd It is faid to be defigneci Some letters from Mobille in men that the head warrior of the Upper had prevailed with the Choclaw and Chicke to join him in up the katchet againft the Spaniards efNevv Letters from dated July that it be ing impoflible for many citizens and artificers to caufe their children to be taught the principles are the bafts cf the mechanic a project hath beeA Itruck out for opening drawing fchodte ia different parts of where yjung perfons may beinftructed each in the branch nioftfiiihie to his This the exteiu ti which v irl be proportioned to the wants of the p jb is the infpcclion of the ncral pftlie The pupils who liaii therafelves by repeated with great Their exerds will be made un der tne eye of an able man in each branch their innruction will begin with the elementary principles of of and Ydterday arrived from Kath the Right Yefteiday arrived in town the Right the died the Right this Countefs of Mont at her ho ufe in aged The late Countefs Dowager of Montrath has left by her will to Lord John brother to the late Duke of Devonshire to Lord Frederick Cavendifh feconJ brother to the fame Duke tiie reversion of The Eliex Indiaman is arrived from India ftockwaa4eld yefterday at 199 ready ioo onehalf for the Yeftcrday about thirty who had been en gaged to affflt in bringing home the Ad miral Stevens up to the Queens with colours to petition Us Mnjefty to give for the officers of he Cuftoms to re turn them fome things which they had brought which had beenfeizeii on of the du They accompanied their Majeilies to fevcral times One of who they call their fpeaks broken and afted as their Wednefday evening his RoyalHghnefs the Duke of York was at the Three Hats at to lee the extraordinary feats of horfemunfhip exhibited Tneie were ne ir five hundred We hear that molt of the principal inhabitants of the city of Bath have petitioned Pitt to ferve in the next Parliament for the faid previous to the defire of the city of Captain commander of an armed cutter on the Scotch has taken a fmmggling floop of thirty from Terviere and laden with and carried her into Commiflions have been received at Dublin to fliip fifteen hundred tons of Irifh fait provifions for the French iflands in the Weft Laft week one thoufand quarters of oats were im ported at from Saturday being the nth of the fame was obferved with the greateit deinonitr cions of joy and fefiivity at Denton the fear of the Edward Efq Member 01 Parlia ment for occaiioned by his winning the moft valuable Colliery at Weft Denton the coal of which is efteemed equal in gocdnefj to the much famed notr wrought All the with their walked in procef i with and attended by a band of to the Court Yard before the where they gave three huzzas after which they returned to the Eaft where temporary triples were pro vided for the reception and entertainment of 377 men and Thedinner was as fol Two large Yorkfhire one roaited and the other boiled in a brewing which aifo contained feverai hundred weight of beef feven very large and veal one for each tafre j twelve enormous plumb pud very rit hly prepared two barrels of itrong with a large quantity of made in tubs and All the victuals were well by that gentlemans own and other and thV guefts appeared in their Sunday After din ner they again in procelTion from the tabhs to the Great Court Yard before the and there drew up in a where Mpntagu and his Lady honoured the company with their The heaithi of the Royal and fuccefi to the Coal went with three After which the mufic ftriick up countiy and the evening concluded with the greatett harmony and Yefterday came on at GivilJball of Sheriffs oi this city and county of in che
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