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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 24, 1766, London, Middlesex StAlf i c AND iteiFKiir row bas lately tb Taiiifttllintr fir AT F foVms rAPSt rtusoHs make ufeot the paper to advertlfe their IWTes Q a X V M A R E i y PARTICULAR MAJESTYS the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY Tomorrow willbe performed a M r N 0 R COLE by frOGTE j Richard Aickin Sir WilKam Cafiie the Davis j 5 MGeorge j WEsTON Tallv Quick Francis and fctrtttton SHUTER Lucy by a YOUNG With ENTERTAINMENTS of To which will be added The MAYOR of Major Starjpwv Sir Jscob Murden j Crifpin Palmer MGearge i SndffiBi 5 Jerry i Burden Gallery The doors will be open at fix and begin at feven Ladies are deiired to lend their fervants to placet at frr the boxes to be taken of at the For the of playing will be HjJjduefdavs A 6 E G k J fc N II Oil entertainmentswill be continued JL dttruuclpB Summer ce one billing each 16 be opened five and the niufic tO bgftn it flf honraf ter o T TE R of and Sham of are fold by HAZARD Stock at their under the Pi and at their hcafe in and Shares V aid the carlieft account of their feeSchemes to a The Loitery on the lyth of it Securities anl fold tr 0 N i i SMITHS FAWSf MEDICINE from footi to ten cufpofed to do good j but abjoluttfy Vwhen physicians or apatheea ries are foft ftMitis well known many patients Bfeestirelyioft in Ae by living at too great ediftauce from an In thefe af e ell the FAMILT one of whicb given with each cheft ef cftfraWnggUHi and full directions for adminiftering aiJ4 properlynurfmg tlie iick and fome very ufefvliobftrvations upon Plans of the deugn are given chymical in Newgate ttaafiCheapfiae j where only thefe ehefts are to be Family Phyfician is to be bought of all the lookfellers in town or ITstt ttay ii price A By Pruned for the author j and fold by Jtichardftm aad Royal Ex Where nay be The Powers of the and By the fame I i ENG of a Letter from loft TO the WLRTTER of the UD fo the prefent adminiliiation be changed a Liwyer hn faid and Lawyer itenft always be And he bat given reafcns for Mgftgft which the diffatif fnftion fhjevvn by almoft all ranks and the and zilmort defperate fi of our But wfcence intel ligence Not frona J prefume to fay that per fons of rank have it leaft in their power to know femimentsjof people in They are fur rounded by thofe who ftudy rather to fay things plea ing tban I am a private compared with in a private ftat ion yet I am certain that it isfcdfe that almoft ranks are with the prefcnt The fervices they have Tendered to attjranks are fuch as will jnot be They have feved the nation from hejr frow have retrieved commerce from Uxc brifjt of and reitored to the tbp in fliorttoall of tence l10 can fo foon tie late 1 And twice ungrattful fe have profited by the unwearied of the and wth tlie ut can fee them Jfouted and maligned by long oace more to us at iKllSft their encourage foreign broils j if they could fetlite thtir glut thtir their could coaly look dawn upon thefiQal oi and every jWng the moft faded amongtt Jt that auy much toy Nofcle utter tutii upon our underftandings for the fake of honourable I hope foon to fee thefe When the prefent Miniftry accepted the impor tant trufts to which they were called by their reign not by fecret at this or the other houfe the the nation in general were j they knew the Mmifters were fuch to a as ei ther had diftinguifhed themfelves in the caufe of li berty and or were fprung from fuch as had fodiitinguidied or had talents and cha racters wlich the public A luitring Mi niftry for fummers was the higheft character thefe latent fona of diffaffeclion could allow tbem They wore out the fummer 5 but they mult certainly go with the Betts were faid to be actually lajd that this muft be their Now they are incapa ble becaufe provifions are dear Juftarjd competent reafons truly 1 I confine myfelf to doraeftic affairs for if can prove this noble Lawyers reafons fufficient in what relates to us af we may juilly infer are fo What rauft we think of a MiniAry entered upon their office when trade was our colonies our foreign connections a pirit of difcontent bordering upon difafFeftion to the bed of prevailing at home I The Great caballing to divide the plunders of office j theLjttle murmuring to forget their plunging into vice and travagancelIs not rbis the picture oi 65 All thefe ferments havebeen allayed by the indefatigable ap plication and abilities of the prefent The ftrongeft proof of this aflertion that the fbr by dint of the cleareft and a ft ries of that neither mer cenary or could vene the mod determined and powerful in parliament that ever Could weak or little minds effeft this Could ijnorant unfltilful men have counteracted all the fchemes of the moft refined policy that the utmottjinve teracy could raife into it is endlefs to combat fuck Thefe fuggeftionsaie juftly to be deemed the lye of the It is fufficient at prefent to deny that ranks are diflatisried with the prefent adminiftration j or isthrough any neglect or incapacity of if tke pooreft perfon in the nation wants bread j and as thefe can be moft I prefuoisit may that any fingular contempt has been hewn to our rcquefts and demands by foreign Per mit me to go and that the people in general are fatiified with the prefent adminiftration and that they have the ftrongeft reafons for this fa To the PRINTER of the THE prefent flourifhirig the Eaft India Company requires of the Company the of a police of another traite different from what formerly prevailed in thtir feftlements in The Company Nis Sovereign of Bengal and Orixa The land itfelf is their their taxes arife from the wealth of the of theinterefts of thofe inhabitants are the interefts of the Compa exdufive monopoly therefore of the in 4and fo long claimed by the fervints of the Company in ought fo be aboliftied nor hould their fervants be allowed to fqueeze ney from the on any The falaries of their fervants ftiould alfo he raifed in a manner fuitable to the opulence of the that they may lie under no temptation to entertain corrupt and that the Company may be properly Penurious falarie5 foimerly fuited the meaner circumflances of the but now that the face of their affairs is quite other dtfpofitions ia the management of raecn to prevail fuch as will permanent Jtjslhilhy to tlieic improved render their Servants and engage en motives of to pirftie the of Com Tor fneu are always and will heartily promote no imerefts which are not promoiive of their debts might alfo be fully difcharg ed more efpeeially thofe in carry a higher It neither corresponds with the re nor interefts of the Company to remain loaded with and the interefts of their native country require an immediate annihilation of thoft that the money now lying due upon their may be other wife employed for the be nefit of tjiis kingdom and that we may have an opportunity of leffening the legal intereft arifmg From for the more moneythere is in the mar ket to the lower the intereft demanded upon borrowed fums muft fall and it is that if the bond the Eaft India Company were wjjolly a greater plenty of money would be found in the either to be laid out in other commerce by the creditors of to be lent to thofe that will in this manner promote the advan tage of thfir country together with their 1 that feveral of the proprietors call for an encreafed to be declared previous to all other whatever and I own the reafans for this ineafure are as haslate Jy fet them forth in your tkey it r half e tfuMfB if Wady money iogf tbenvitb a clear annual revenue of a Bitten ufter payment of the expences of no part of that money is as yet come into the treafury of the Company in thiscityj I I may fafdy that the proprietors ought tq patience with refpeft to the divilion of their gams till thofe sains are depofited under the keys of the Till it is apparently premature todeclare an Increased dividend for we all know what an infinitemnnber of accidents happen between the CVP and the which tfce faircfi and prudent man thinks of till it is actually thefeare a delay of the arv encreafcd At pre every Argument perfuafive of difcijarging our deht forbfd us at this time to expect declaration of an eocreafed bsarrng Slight firft to be that our annual gains may not lefiened bytiiat diatjr back upon the profpisrity of Dotbe gentlemfcn who Argue for this eacreafed dividend kniw the amount of our debt in India f I believe the Diriitors are not as yet qleaily informed as to this point if I rightly a great deal of our debt there is not as yet The fortifications of Nev of coft the Company a million of money j a great part of which is a ytt t till nys accounts in are exactly neft man I think jnfift for an encreafed divi If we wouL4 liften to we ought firft to pay outr then place our sffairs on footing that the Companys bufinefs may be carried en in a manner fuitable to their prefent improved circumftances and raife our capital to four millions beforfi we declare an encreafed Our credit and intereft call for thefe previous raea fures j and 1 cannot bold him to be a man of fenfe who from this We have iong with great of the extor tions of our fervants in the Eaft I believe that if not all our there have been owing to thisr foul It is therefore our higheft in tereft to remove allxpretence for this baneful by immediately doubling the falaries of our and other fervaats in that we may hear no more complaints of that Will any man of judgment that we ought not alfo to raife cur ftcck to a capital of four when this may now fo eafily be effected our late eafttni acquifitions If there are any proprie tors among us who will not agree to this I will he bold to fay that they are rotten mem bers which the Company had better be without improvident whofe fentiments muft be a difgrace to every fociety in which they are concer Four together with our reve perpetually employed in our gainful will enrich the proprietors beyond the moil anguine hcpes of our aggrandize the nation to which this important Company be and give us an eclat in the eyes of our rival they never feared to The profecutioa of the plan here proposed the fufpend the gicipmgs of avarice j but thefe meafures in the more highly contribute to the Advantage and honour of the Com and better anfwer the reafonabb of the whale The Dutch Eaft India Com pany would then fiod a rival in our importance in and the Preach would give over all hopes of ever more diRurbmg us in that part of the wo Our government too would always have at their el bowr a great and flourifhing able not on ly to fupport the public at a but ca pable to aid the on any prefiing with a hips cl war fit for any either on or Can any power in Europe boalt of fo great a nTourfe as this Company may now be rendered to this if our hopes are not difapnoirired by tlie precipitancy of Rrarice to finjer th All large compaaics always peitered witb men of jnean trifling to the nole aiid rotis views ant a is alj ways difficult to perude perfons of this pufliani mous tempT of miid to approve of any meafures not to thtir narrow way of think 4iut the arguments for paving our doub ling of our fervants in and en our frock to a capita of four are foftrongnnd that I hope no proprietor of this great Company will fo far difgracehis princi ples or his underitanding as to elect an addition of to hjs inltead of carrying inr to immediate execution a propolil of fuch queuce to the Cempany in general as this which is now laid before their eyes Uy A To the PRINTER of the THEamazing load of abufe lately upon theDireftors of the EaftIndia company in the muft give real concern to every one rcquainted with the public and charac ters if thofe le is very that in thii country of liberty every man in a public ftation rauft expecT to have bis conduct and the public papers are very properly the channel through whifh it is conveyed even ths great Commoner has met wify ao immoderate ftnre of abufe and who ever Jooks over the iumbers of the North Briton and the Hiftory of the will find what I have faid fully I fuppofe it is for this reafon that the being conlcious of their have not thought proper to give the leaft anfwer to any thing faid ngainlt It it not my detfgn to juftify their nqt being furnifhed with materisls for that purpofe as a proprietor of Eaftjfndia who gave my vote for everyone of gentlemen jn the give me leave to I do flunk a worfhier fet of men can be founi as to their conduit at the dont as far as a fpeclator can it was liablj to the csnfure They read over a if I remember in which it appeared to bethe opinion of theGovernorandCoun cilat that the advantages gained were pro and that by the next mips they fnould be able to tend a true calculation of the real value of them upon which a being made for a divi the opinion of the Directors was and they faid they thought it This being the irue I would aft thofe gen wto think themfelves extremely witty in what they to fay I dare venture fiame nO fo little liable to for tUere is more lit fey i ng vtoo than too t Put the the affairs of1 the corftpany before thefe acqui fitions were in fo a condition expend j thar leag and expenfiye baufted all j that they are now in debt to their txadefmen and of Imlia fjiips abovi which opght in courfe ot r to hare been it have been julttO have borrowed to divid aiuohgft pro left unpaid j rr would it have bfen wilctqlpv aflsiiS tnthe tie inly expreffing their ahi it waf proved by mpft of in npj Jefs ft d Wliat has beeu th vo tqueice finding oo unfair tie have anopinion of he ti it has attuaily tat up nojwe 15 per fijct it d claird irajnoper to raife the whJth fnuit confound thefe au actons if they have any fenfe 6l fliame L 6 N tD O We that Pitt mornliig a private his at the of two hours arid in the afrernejon thers was a Council at Sti at whici were prefent the of the of Marquis ef Marquis of which broke up between five and fii It i reported that a new adminiftration is fettled fn the following The Duke ot FirftLord of the Charles Chancellor of the Ex Mr Keeper of the Privy Seal for Keeper ot the Privy Seal for Lord Secretary of State for the South ern wfif kffs hands Tucfday arrived in town from the Right Lady Tueftlay arrived in town the Right the Bar of rueiday arrived in town tlie Earl pf Yeftenfky morninfr cfiargecl with the affairs of France in roe ab fence ot Count de fent fome difpstches ot inrporfancc for theCouii of is a that this f man has m a hegcittatmii with They have rfceivefl Prince Herachus has made a reitfai fi jm nil his retired o his owa coun with an irmnenfe write from Barbadoesj that the Frsnclj con tinue indefatigable in g A any at Doio h y have fe veral bstterirs in the rl nhith thereby rendered a compfeat Kiter for hcir teersand in anv tti Thev wrue from large from t fourteen gnn pots are now bui iiag ostfoiuaj fli n fiom Ry a le er froin June Wt flitatl I hut the Uiin of HigIi on rhe of April afier from the f hulgtd on he bar by whidi tie whole cdnfiK of is entittly krt iut by afllllance from a pilot the Crew ate The of the letter complains tlie inhumanity of tbe who im 1 mediately plundered whar be fnved infomtich that the Mate of the hip clJiiming his own was rhreatened witli inftant death by thofe Saturday laft arrived at Ma jeitys floop with hisKoyal ofGiou elter on from frotn The Prmcefs Louifa and LoeftofF men of and ramr loop of are arrivtd at PorJinjuth from The Thames anJ EfTbx from by Graveiend on Tuefd y at fing the booki of tht for fherfffs at the numbers Alderman Peers 4 for Alderman Cracraft for Robert 44 and for Philip j 44 5 an or p jj at the of the poll the numbers for Darling Stephens The poll will finally Jofe at two oclock this afternosn and it is that the declaration ill be made at twelve oclock tomorrow We are that the Court of Common whick expected to been to is poftponed to next account of the Hofpita and feveral orhcr not being ready to make their The Grand tor enquiring into the Corporation rights in the Eve city whieh was appointed to be held is poltponed next On Tuefday laft the committee of City L nds had a very elegant t attheWHUe Hart tavern in at which Sir Robert and many other were On Monday laft the clerks of the feveral had their annual feaft at the Bunch of when feveral curious ipecimens of vocst melody were exhibited 5 and the fame is likewile expected te be exhibited at the feaft next Monday at We that the Mayor of was per formed laft night to a polite and crowded audience and that Foote exerted hiinfelf fo greatly in tha character of Major hy the feveral perfons of the firft t is to be osr form ed to m orro w ag ai The late Lady Montrath has befiJes thofe cies already mentions in our paper of Mindny left the following charitable legacies c To the Weit minfter Lukes the Magdalen the the Midillefbx To the City of London Ling In To the Smallpox ttQipital in Georges the Society for promoting Chriltian the Society tor propagating the Gcfpel in Vortign the Tniltees for t ntoui Engliih Pro Uitaut in iv tae Hufpiul a
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