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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 25, 1766, London, Middlesex R I JULY H A Y M A R K TV PARTICULAR By MAfES TY tbe 13HSATK6 ROYAL in the HAY THIS DAY will be performed a ttfied The M I N O COLE by FOOTEj Richard Aickin Sir William Caftle the Davis Palmer j IvTGeorge Tnnsfeiyand WESTON j Qukk Francis and Strufton SHHTER Lucy by a YOUNG With LNTERTAINMBSTS of To which will be added The IvlAYOR of Major FOOT Sir Jacob Murden Crifpin Shuterj Palmer MGeorge Quick Jerry WeftoK 5 Burden Boxes Pit Gallery Xhe deori will be ooen at fix j and begin at feven Ladies are to fend their fervants to keep places at for the boxei to be taken of at Vivant Rex w the days of playing will be and Some time in AUGUST or SEPTEMBER next IVflibe SOLD by pVtHE remainder of the LE whereof fifty five Jl yean are of DEVONSHIRE being a capital fituate in Devon now in the occupation of SAMUEL who is going to remove to the houfe Hte in Spirttlfields the faid houfe having lately been fub ftantially new fronted and and contains on the ground floor an elegant large hall and two three and four clofets complearly the qieltngs 13 feet high a very convenient fide boifd with water laid into anda ftone ytfed lofty fcullery with pump and large iffo clofets and two large mens and a ffofjd with three the whole very ufefully fitted with good light and three vaults undftneath an excellent Stone a large KESJERVOIR for and a force pump to con vey up two pair of fbirs alfo two pair com modijwis light back ftaircafes to the firft and fe and contain on the firft floor large rooms and a with coved aeliags feet and a compleat water with a ciilern and fink in an adjacent two ciofets witiv lockers and Shelves a gallejy leading toa large nurfery and with light cjpfets faflied and wainfcotted 5 two Jfeianti four large even other witk cloaths lockers and preffes fourlarge g and a fine and two tiuks to convey away ar the creak door in Square is a hahdfanie iron into a large wine vault ii feet and feet lett at only though worth more 5 and the jrouud rent of the whole is a The 4vo w area of 78 feet by 60 part paved Fjart with a Screen to the entrance of die and a ftxck of three good dry ware 30 feet by n with an adjacent coach and a very large KKSERVOIR for with drinking cistern for a lofty ftable with fix a corn corn and coachmans a area parted iron and planted with 48 feet by and mclofed by a brick wall 18 feet and two rows of blank fafled windows a doer raifed pannel and dial M the on the left fide j a light necefiary neariy two feet bv with crane r RANDOLPH KNIPE uled for hemp and and has a back door into 5 a Urge front gallery pew in thx with another behind it for by a faculty from the At which time will be fold itveral marble ftatifes and a capital original brpnzeof GroANN i procured by the late Baron DE of Florence j and forne capital among them the Battles of Bruns a laborious workof two able Italian highly and fit for a large being ii feet by 5 witnm the the Triumphal lintry into amlDariuss are fett J put into curved neat wood Taber nacle painted Sundry gbifes and Ita lian whereof particulars will be timely given la the public and catalogues C For tht Utter t faned A FRIEND to the WranJ PfllLO BA To the PRINTER of the AT a new dangerous doc trine is now hatched for the Jake defending that acceptance of prefents from Nabibs and Bank much praJlifed by the fer vants of the Eat India Company jn to the indelible dif of and cften to the manifeft dan of burying onr commerce in thofe parts in that 8 grave of On consulting our we muft determine that every accep tance of by perfons in has a tenden Cj to raifes in officebearers m expec tatio inconfitient with reflitude ZyTthat independent of civil is big With if it be that whateverfends to eojrvwt the mind is abfolutely I We are however told that the acceptance of voluntary is bad but in feme particular cafes dange as in the cafe of Judges Here tried to make us believe that Judges only are id to receive as if it was lawful for all blrt in official departments is Perfons in office are all under the in reafon and The Tideofficer muft not receiye a prefent no more than the Chief of the Kings Bepch and the meaneft Clerk in the meaneHk Coflrt of is under the fame reftraint becaufe alt difpofe the re ceiver to a relaxation of his duty in favour of the The actions of Embaftadors are not cog nizable in courts of as being done by perfoas reprefenting a Sovereign power in foreign Embafladors are temporary re fpcnfible only to the Prince who comrnifllons and civil Judges cannot review their conduit in the ordinary administration of juftice but if they could be ihileaded before an ordinary they be hoved to fubmit to the fame maxims by which judgment in other cafes is And the beft writers on the law of nations that even Em bafladors may not accept except fuch as are of no and only deuionftrative of without the their own till letters of recal have diverted them of their high I believe that the Britifti on whom it could be proved that he received pre fents in in the courfe of the would make a poor figure in an tho none of the ordinary courts of law could meddle in that But fure ftewards and clerks of the Eaft India Company cannot claim the privileges due to Their actions are fubjeit to an or dinary cognizance and in courts They muft be fa tisfied with a by the fame rules which bind all other perfons in Equity regards as illicit all when the donor is fubje6l to the authority of the For this reafon a wife cannot give to her unlefs in a Court of where all authority except that of the Are not all perfons within the department of and Ban fubjeft to the authority of the Council of Calcutta Who will deny the power of thefe defpo tifb over the miferaMe inhabitants of conquered by theiiritidi arms Is it not then dan and inexpedient in the highelt that the haughty governors of Calcutta fhould he allow ed to take prefeucs from perfons fo fuhjecT to be op preffed by them And is not immorality conltituted and meifuied by danger and inexpediency to focie ty The Council of Calcutta are alfo itewards for the Eaft India Are not in equi bound to account for all profits made out of the eftate under their whether thofe profits are nrnde by the receipt of the annual or by vo luntary gifts A gift to the from a tenant of the in a gift to the And gifts to the general of an army are gifts to the if the Prince pleafes to claim But fuch gifts conftitute not a foundation for an im peachment only found matter for an in which the hand would certainly be re garded as being the hand of his Lord I made fcnfihle of this truth for this very reafon gave up his on the other the Company was influenced to a conv hat they might not deprive themfelves of fo important a fervant by rigidly infifting their The virtuous in the purity of the repub the Majelty of Rome in thought it beneath them to taruifli their characters by a conformity to eaftern relative to They difdained the gifts of the trembling Princes of thatdegenerated part of the And mall who are fubjects of a more reputable tm and acquainted with a purer in our excufe an example which heathen Rome would not copy I believe the Nabob would not have been if his prefents had been And no man of fenfe will believe that prefents tp perfons regarded as injurers arc volutitarily The it is confi Johnitone and his aflbciates as mplaint proves this I Jjhiistene muft efteem us better thui mpting to perfuade that i iir 10 ptrions e fteemed The at o HI the affair of the tat Coiijici Caicut1 becatifehe had fenfe on that to jierf horn n reipf tra ders in the fame avt d a very graceful It mot afleiu to a oc caJii i particular p to before we cas all in the as Our vommon nnd cul toms thereon wnriant in ment on prefents of that fort in is a crime as well known in law as th rrime of ainl we hnve no ftatute defcriptivc of the or the becaufe both thcfe delinquencies are perfrftly well known by their which o at a p erf eft idea of thefe An acceptation of not tees of in every Pieients by overeign Draught I rorin an exception 5 but furs a conquered Na1 o is not abo vereign The fate of war has reduced hiru private ftation and a pretent made by him is the prefer1 of a Nor can a meflage lent to this abject being be considered as an The Lover of who writes in your paper of the 171 muft have a mean opinion of our un deritamiing to try upon it in this man He may talk up the riches of the Nabob as much as he but that Nabob had then nei ther riches nor power more than the Ealt India Couuany thought fit to allow He was there to all intents and a private maA fubjeft to be trod on by the infolence or avarice of His independency was annihilated for this can be no difference between a prefent made by and one made by any other Indian to an officer whofe benevolence he defircd to captivate by that corrupting meafure II And I hope that in England an enormity of that deep dye will nererbear aa examination in without meeting with public That people muft be totally both in their heads and which can approve of fuch Irre The eaftern profligacies are notlmg to Wherever our arms and Eng lifh cuftoms muft prefcribe to thofe whoderive their offices and authority from the Englifli It is a very culpable complaifance which in fluences the bearer of an Englifh authority to mea fure right ind wrong by a ftandard not not tu fay in I mean the corrupted manners of As for the charged on Reza that your readers may judge of it tbe more I hall place both the accounts given by Reza Cawn before when by they will fee on what lender ground Johnftoae lands for ma king out this fii ft acdbunt of diflribution of thefe prefents tint an account of thefe prefents was made out by himfclf in the Nabobs and afterwards enjoined by the Nabobs fecond acccnnt that this distribution was made in the Nabobs agreeable to Johfl ftones Where is the contradiction here For my part I cannot fee There fomething more in the fscond account than in the but nothing contradictory to what was at firft Such puerile arguments can only ferve to expofe the weaknefs of a caufe which needs fuch mean And it isequally ridiculous to prefer that the prefents becaule John Jione and at loft received the note Jnm tbe Nabobs NOLO EriscOPARi is not always fnoiilly And it is plain the fame terrors which the would ocjafjon the offer of the note to be urged aftrr the firft polite refufal cf fo large a What fuch trifling 1 ihal leave to your readers to The text needs no A Letters received Citizen Fennilefs Anthony To the PRINT ER of the AS is now the grand object of this if you are not tired with com peting the nor your readers with reading of I beg you to infert my fcbeme of RefoiMiation but fright not I am not going to reform your new nor yec the proiLiiutes 1 trou bie neither your nor Street walkers j I aim at more lofty Schemes though I believe quite im practicable the reforming of I have read paragraphs in your hinting to a of the parliament as it is the general th vhm the member is once in the houfe he forgets the inttreft of liU and endeavours to get a I would alk the worthy eUctcrs Some few which let every honeSt man anfwer to his and then give jny opinion how elections Should he Can any one imagine any gentleman fo truly difn for to fpend fomc thoufands for a feat in the without Some view of being repaid If they his they woukl not vote if it was contrary to confcience to pleafe a minister promiSes a if they fell what can they expect but to be foid again Let any think ing man confider this and he will not he aftoniShed that we have fo many placemen aad pe as one of your correspondents in June in Sormed usof nurwillyour correspondent of Salt week wonder at members not paying their debts in proper when uany of them have kart their eStaes iu much and not al getting places as not to be ble to retrievethemfdvis in tfieipaceof feve I think it but right that every member ought to be choien without any expence to himlel as the citizens of this city fet the pattern to ia parts of this I would havethcru agree notto dj ink at the expence of any candi but let every man treat I wouW have be at the exoence of jiublifhijig cf and then letevciy man vote to his ccui thii would be and It may b j that the ieait hey can have for fhfir is to be and that it makes but how much time does the member if he properly at tends the houfe And wkat delrisientjt is to they expofetheir liberties to fale for what for the fake of driuking free The country ejecbrs wiil they come from a distance j but as ney are men of how can they grudge a or two in feven to prefcrve that pro perty And if any one will but reflect on the rivK attending thcie elcdions aimuig tnc fort of and the quarrels often by that they would wifli it totally In if gentlemen were chofen to be without any it would be in thsir p to vetwith fpirit feheme rletrimental to the public wt of rwd abilities would be willing to i their who decline it from the ccrpiuy of the great and he If tlieelectutd will Still ni no doubt will to rake a aiu ut 1st Uiem not exclaim at heii nor nt new as I faid if th ell they muft be fold and his for the emiant Services per formed by It is that this is the fecond reward given by that generous Nabob tc the navy and army th firlt for placing him on arid the Second for hio afrer he had been deprived of bis government for years by his Son m law CoiTim who had the panys affairs almoft to and wlu had b rbn roiifly murdered fo our countrymen at A A WHEN honeft TEMPLE wont ftaad tie Weftern WILL beware of a fecret Scotch We hear the following are an addition to the list of the Nobility nad GelKlemen who are to form the administration Conway to continue Secretary of Lord to be Preiident of the Lord CamdeH to be Lord Egmiit to cuntinue at the Head of the Ad Lord Northumberland to be Lord Onflow to continue in the The Duke of to go to James Grenville to be of tiie it is Said Pitt has accepted of a and that he will be created Earl of There isarcp rt that the Right the Marquis of Gjanby wiL loon iet out on bufjuefs cf unporiaiice ta Han We hear Commodore Spry is to have tht deceafcd Admiral Tyrrels Vefterday morning the Right the Earl of had the honour of an hours conference with hi Majefty at the Yefterday morning the Kight Seytnonr had a grand at his office in Cleve Yefterday his the Duke cf fet cut for his country feat at We are that paragraphs inferttd iu c e purpofes bct known to thofenvho tlier Vis een no treaty of commerce between U3 anil i laicly renewed nor does the Courc of w iu clination to make one oiv terms Suitable to the honour and intereft of Great Our letters from Germany contradift the report of Prince Ferdinands having entered into the Service of France though it is beyond were he So he might command his own term either frciii that or the Emperor of Thefe letters that it is i he intends to lead a retired life at his country j dutchy of The French to put a ftop to ti extortions of authoriled the of Paris to eftabUih i uliai after the manner practiced in Italy and uxl or where any body may pieuge ttcr and receive money viureon at a moderate A the clergy of is juft broke taking feme mrriod at ther mfeting for augmenting ihe revenues of The has been fome time depending betwten the de Mariguy and Sieur Poillbntle cncerning the wiil of the late Marchionels de is dettriuined in favour of the It is agreed between cur Cout and the Chapter of that during the minority of the his vote in the Dyet cf the Empire ball be The Sieur one of the learned men fent fime years ago by the late King of Denmark into and he only one remaining was in the month of February lait at he proposed going to I hey write from that tbe rnei chants have inianimullJTcome to the retaliation of bi caking ojtall private dealing with the French at ttTe Trian and it was not doubted but tha other American colonies would follow the By a letter from Hartford in we have th following lilt f the perlbns who were buried j under the ins ut lir fchool houfs which was j accidentally F while preparations ing to exhibit n eworks on of there peal oi the Levi j i and Richard died of their Soon after hey wflte taken from under the ruins of William had both legs Nathaniel had one of bs Samuel very ntch burntin his face and James had one of his Shoulders amlloiae bruiSes in the other parts of his John had his back and iiphraim flighly wounded in his Daniel Butler had of ancles put out or ichard i his leg and Eli much wounded and in his 1 other paits of hisioiii Jolm ed in his Normond jocJ deal burnt aid Roderick fl nly Wiilia Skin er bh thighs of tiie E Captaisi arrived at from the and that Lord Clive has ient name by that to the EaSVIndia one halt of the money given by the late Nabob of Bengal to Tinker y of his h the caf lore off one Val mine harl ikull ter riily iionce two fons of a o John and Son of flitly Twu and two alfo The B from for was in Capt oS tlic wlio is arrived e er Spoke with tiie fron Marbiehead for the igth of in lat z froniLon a 1 William from on the gth of in fell il with the fuow John trcia iu a fin king He te our and pir of tne and the iimk Scoii The Grace cutter has taken two open hoars laden with from aad carried them both into A large parcel of letters for Fopith and others Here in which has afforded confi jrrablc ic v was1iely intercepted at by the of the ointeu ci
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