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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 30, 1766, London, Middlesex                                and jfr W E D N E S D A HA V MA R K B By By his C o P A M AT the THEATRE ROYAL in HAY THIS DAY will be performed ft called The The principal parts by FOOT iv w U T E With EntERTAisMBSTs of To which will be added The MAYOR of Major F O O r Sir Jacob Maiden CriJpm Shuter Palmer MGeorge j Jterry Weftonf Burden Mrs r Mr S H Pit Cr The doors will be open at and begin at feven Ladies are defoed to fend their fervanw to keep places at Places tor the boxes to be taken of at the VivaRt Rex B WOMANS a and The are obliged to be deferred till For the BENEFIT of DA To not thefe fifteen His MAJESTYS AT the THEATRE m the HAY A will be by particular de foe for that night only tbe Comedy WOMANS a The principal parts by ami a man wlio never appeared en any With a PROLOGUE by Wiib in the Character of Abel actL a NewCor4c End of aft IV leveral well known in imitation ot Jome favourire Italian by a COMIC End of To which will be added a Farce called The I T I Z E Tie Citizen for that night only beine his appearance on thatftage Mrilhuttrj Young DAVIS Sir Ja1 er Murden Quick Caftle j MGeorge Boxes 35 Pit Gallry Thedoors will tie open at and begin at Places to He taken of Jewell Ladies are delsred to fiend their fervants by four fr clack to icet Vi J ant Kex to Regina M A R Y B A i JhpiiE mutkid entertainnienti will be continued during the Summer Admittance one filling each The doors to bt opined at five and tbe mufic at ftalf an hour alter AH fubfcribers tickets have ap undoubted right to come in every evening nor can any bene fit whatever txcm e tfiem Frcmbeiny S T A 1 E L O T T E R Shares of and 1 Shares or C are fold by HAZARD and Stock hi at their under the Pi azza of tinlioya and at their houfe in ftrce Tickets and Vegiftered at fix pence per and the earlieft account of their fuccefs lent to an part of Great Schemes of the Lottery given andletters poftpaid duly Four blanks to a The Lottery betins dewing on Monday the i7th of Ail Winds ot Government Securities bought and foil by Imputed b PAUL facing fioulh ampton ftreet in the Strand E Phil avec un Pub lie lur les Parricides imputes aux Calas aux par De Catalogue des Tableaux de id Gallerie du Roy de ConnoilVance des Mouvemens pour Mahulein Huloire ou les Amulemens Litteraires par Kramen EienchusVegetabilium per Aulhiam Scopoli EntomolQgia Supplement aux Six Volumes de Recueils de Medaiiies de de avec des Corrections relatives aux BibliogrHphie Jnllruclive ou Traite delaCon nuiiunce des Livns rares par De les tomes Ftrthe letters tenet FRFK and A PLANTATION and A loft page t To the PRINTER of the WITHSTANDING every man entertains a peculiar fondnefs for the of bis nadvity luft the magnet ftillftretches toitspar tial and indulges a fanguine preference for his ova country men nevertbclc6 tfcoe 1s fo ftrong a fpirit of fympathy iatei woven with the principles of cur that whenever any ftrik ing calamity involves a whole body of how ever remote n or fa v age in we compaflionatt their with an involuntary and lament their fate with kindred ten From the univerfal experience of this in i herent vifible only in it very evidently proves the benignity of its firft and leads us fuggeft the importance our in thein imate affinity and connection with tltat who ath moft gracioufly condefcended to ftilehimfelf and inceflkntly confirms the ernal ot eel ion with innumerable favours of and Paffive as the power of fympathy may be in fome when it is not refined by nor im proved by yet even in thefe we may fome tiraes difcover fuch emotions indicating an inferior as fufttciently confute the abfurd opi nions of fome ridiculous who confine it to particular and confider it as a weak nefs acquired from and contradictory to the happinefs of which is not to be interrupt fay in the participation of tbe pains or misfortunes of a fellow and therefore re pugnant to But this doctrine is fo contrary to as well as foreign to that it would only trefpafs on my readers time to expofe its fallar cy with any proofs of pbilofophical the evident bafenefs of whole principles being too manifeft to efcape the penetration of the moft illi terate enquirer and I alfo that as it hath hi fo it ever receive the contempt it me Very did Divine Providence cre ate this intuitive fpirit of fympathifing paffions in our not to be quenched but by habitual and which isio neceftary to man in his de praved It aflifts not a little the duties of the Chriftian in attending to the cafe of his whofe afliidtions would otherwife too often pafs un and whofe diftreiles would as frequently lie um edrefTed we are therefore to encourage it as an excitement to and revere it as a mark of our From a late convention on the deftructive fire Bridge I was led into thefe re flections after retiring from the whofe ge neral concern on the occafion for the unhappy though no farther connected than as fellow fu mimed me with many thoughts on the powers of to fee how differently it ope rated in different yet all though by different o promote the fame end One feemedmoft affected at the danger thofe people were expofed who faved nothing but their Another fighed at the idea of the general confufion fpreading itfelf among all ranks of the A third wept in reflecting on the diftrefsful and embarraffment of the fick and the the in fant juft and the mother then travailing in her pangs Some lamented the lofs of and fome fhuddered at the neceflary wants in the which would be indifpenfably required by the un In thewhole company for above two hours expatiated on the various miferies which were productive from fuch general calamity and in concluding their remarks with many good to the peoplei they Were interrupted by a very young who had been fome time and who ipoke as follows Ruin is the whether it proceeds from an Earthquake or a and as the prelent fubject is almoft fimilar in its consequences to that which be fel Lijhn in the year it is there will be fome laudable meajores taken our parliament to redrefs a calamity wherein the lives and fortunes of our own fubjects are immediately con cerned 3 and that there will likewife be the fame fpi rit of exerted on the prelent fad occafion by many individuals in this as there was when the above city was deftioyed in behalf of the j diftreffed Pleafed as I am to hear the feveral humane ftptiments which have been juft and af fected as we are for perfens whom we never I muft beg leave to that our benevolence cannot be fincere unlefs it is accom panied with nor our wimes effective but by the force of Let us gentlemen and gratify the dictates of our fympathy in con tributing our as a here is a ten pound note and let us difpatch our little col lection to Backwelli in Pall or Childs and at or to Sir Jofeph Sir Charles or Sir Richard in the City let I inftantly convey our lirtle contributions to either of thefe Bankers as there is more real merit comprized in the do nation of afingle than there is in all the and fentiments that can poflibly be ma nifefted en fo melancholy a A propofal fo noble was foon adopted and after a fhort it was urged with fo much tender nefs and politenefs by an amiable young that the whole without the leaft confirmed the integrity of their by a chearful and parted with an unani mous agreement to recommend the like example to all their refpective D A M U A FRIENDLY AS the fuothfayer formerly faid to Cz beware the Ides of March fo I fay to the buyers of BaftIndia at fuch an unac countable and monftrous price as it is now artfuly worked up beware the meeting of the Before you had proceeded to fuch great would it not have been proper to have looked into tie Charter of the to fee if there is any provifion made it for fecuring to themfelver any conquefts they might make t And would it not have been equally firft to have enquired into the law of and ieen whether or not it was confiftent with the or indeed the verj exiftence of to fuffer a Trading Company to erect itfelf into an independent arid powerful and to enjoy an abfolute power over a country whofe clear revenue is between two and three million fterling per annum Ought not every prudent man to fatisfy himfelf of thefe two before he embarks his fortune in Eaft India ftock t He certainly OBght and I write this with benevolent view being no ways interefted a caution to the All difcoveries and conquefts from the fcry nature of tie to the tote j and though made at the expenfeof are the unaiien able rights of the crown lira to fiippofe that our minifters and great men will he inattentive to ib grand an acquifition as thelbvereighty of the three provinces of and j is fappofing that they have no regard either for their country or their noble The you will perhips is a doubtful cafe but the fecond you muft B as clear the other And is there not then great danger that this empire of yours may pYove in the end like Sancho Panchas government For cer tainly tbe thing in will afford fine picking for a few of our Generals and decayed and may at leaft be converted into three tolerable governments for younger Independent of thefe which will have great weight with a there are many from a regard to their would be glad to fee the national debt lef fened a and would rejoice to have the revenue of the three provinces thrown into the finking fund fbr that Upon the my ad vice is Be not mifled by your but confider that they finger their commiflions whether you get or lofe by the bargain and calculate what Itock may be fuppofmg that you are con fined to your trade for the few remaining years of your under the protection of our go in the fame manner as you have tili lately been under that of the and give no more for on any account unlefs you mean to revive the fatal year 1710 than upon fuch a calculation it hall appear to be I for the remaining few years of your Charter for I think it very that you will never be on any terms whatfo to obtain a renewal of The only argument I ever heard alleged in favour of your monopolizing that individuals woucl not be able to trade to any but would be infallibly crufhed by the country powers and that a trade at any rate would be better than no trade at all for the produce of India mult be and it is better to pay through the nofe to our countrymen than to fo But if our government takes the protec tion of the trade into its own hands as in all pro bability it will your grand argument is overthrown for in fuch cafe it will not admit of the leaft but that it muft be greatly for the advantage of this to have ycur trade thrown quite But before you ballot for an encreafe in your I mould ferioufly recommend it to you to afk the Court of Directors to give you an anfwer to the three fol lowing What quantum of debt you have running at eight per at the following Ben Fort and Bombay What is owing upon bond at home What due to the owners ef When thefe three qutltkms are fairly you may very eauly if you chufe whether bvnot you are at this ttroe really worth twenty hil lings in the circumftance that ought to be fulljr cleared up before you raife your dividend for wasT entitled to a reverfion in year fund as many doubtlefs are I fhould think the myiterious that your Directors have obferved for many and their total filence on this wholly unjufti Every tradesman and every EaftIndia and Bank lockholder is atrader ought to be acquainted annually with the true ftate of his etherwife he may perchance break in upon his To be OH feting tbe the Mayor of at YOUR ftaunch to Deny the Minor in difpute j But fophift a cunning Proves both his and his Yeflerday arrived a Mail from The Lords and Ogyl EngHfli who came here with the Cheva lier Minifter from the Court of are gone to pay their compliments to the Duke ot July Whatever be faid of it is not however the lels that Prince Ferdinand of Brunfwick has religned all his July Four hips of the of 64 guns a and two are arrived at Toulon from where they have been built on the governments account and three of the of 60 guns and four but likewile for us by the are arrived at From the LO N D O N The King has beenpleafei to constitute and appoint James Ifqj to be his Conful at in the room of Stanier Efq The King has pleafed to order Letters Patent to be parted under the Seal of the Province of Welt Florida in for conrituting and appointing James Eiqj Regilter of Pa and in the faid The King has been pleafeJ to order Letters Patent for conftituting and appointjngAlexander Clerk of the Crown j and alfo to be Clerk of the Common Pleas in the faid The King has been to order Letter Patent to be parted under the Seal of and the Domiwico and Tobago for conftitutingand appointing William Efq AttorneyGeneral of the faid ieveral The JCing has been pleafed to order like Letters for conftituting and appointing John Mac Efq SolicitorGeneral of tbe laid feveral Clmmberlaitfi July Orders for the Courts going into mourning on Sunday next the of for thfclate Dowager Queen of The to wear black filk or friaged or plain blade or white and white The Men to wear black full fringed or plain black words and John late of furviving partner of deceafed to furrender the 5th and ijth of and on the yth ot at ten in the at Guild t John now or late pf tlrf pnrilh of Clirift churclij io the couriy of to luj render on and tth of and 9th ef September at teu in the Robert late pf to iurreiulei the nd of atten in tbe John Whartonj of in the pariili f woollen to furrenderthe o ai in the uthof at four in tie d jjtli of atten in the at Guild Days eJfoUtto John now of late of in the parifti of Y on the ailt of at ten in the at of Jo feph in Leeds ib the faid John Coxe now or late of the Borough of in hofier and the at three in the after at the in Leic John of the parifh of andMathias of and the ith of Atiguitj at tea in the 6 N D O To the PRINTER of the is pait all this is the happy day of great and important changes j and that cur moft gracious and benevolent the belt of intends to commit the great ieal of Eng land intb the hands of that upright Ma giftrate Lord Camden which cannot fail of giving joy to all true The Earl Of Northington will be Lord Prefident of the The Duke of Firft Lord of rhe Lord Secretary of State for the Nor thern And that his from his innate and tender concern for preferving the life ot the Right William whofe health will not allow his attending the duty of the Houfe of Commons j and who having on all occafions manifefted his true love to his King and will create that able ItatefmanrEarl of Chatham and who is to have the Privy Some other changes are likely to take but not Yefterday a patent paffed through the proper creating Pitt Vifc Pynlent and id Earl of This day the new made Earl of Chatham will kifs his Majeltys hand on being appointed Lord Privy Seal for Stuart Mackenaie Lord Butes brother Privy Seal fbr Lord Secretary of State for the Nor thern The Duke of Firft Lord of the Trea Charles Chancellor of the Ex The Earl of Prefident of the Lord Lord The Charles Chief Juftice of the Common And James Among other promotions talked it is the Right Sir John fpeaker of the Houle of is to be created 3 And the Right William to be Speaker of the Houfe of The Earl of Egmont will prelide at the Board of Admiral and the Earl of Dartmouth at the Board of Ifaac Efq is to be Secretary of in the room of the Right William Viicoum Bur The whole Miniftry is and will be declared this The change in theMiniftry here will he productive of many and great alterations in the civil rfdutim Itration of government in hear thut Charles Townfbends hily will be cr ated a Countefs snot in Inch ii alfo laid that Lord Townfliend will be created nn It is laid a certain Governor his made a report to the of the civil lituation of the by no means to its ad Ydterday morning William Henry Efq Governor of had a conference with Secretary at his houfe in Little The captains of the royal yachts are ordered to hold themfelves in readinefs to fail at the hortelt no tice by which it is her Royal nefs the Carolina will loon em bark for Cormiodore Spry is vefted with the character cf his Majeftys Minifter to the republic of in tbe room of Harrifon who is coming His Majefty has appointed Lord William Camp Governor of Nova His Majelty has alio appointed John Efq Governor of New Yefterday arrived Governor of Land Guard from that at his houie in Yefterday his Cf ace the Duke of Norfolk arrived in town from Workibp The hereditary Prince ef arrived at in on the jovh of this and was immediately waited on bv flveral perfons of His Highnefs propofed continuing his route towards Italy by the way of Laufanne They write from that caravans now pafs frequently between and other parts of over the quite to ths river Ni or on the Weftern coaft of Some private letters from Turin tluta negotiation was on foot for ceding the of Corfi caro his Sardinian but whether by th iflanders themfelves or was not mentioned They write from that the French fiiil continue to ftrip the forefts in Corfi ofiJuirmoit valuable oak which is exported in great quantities to Breft and Toulon nor the cans prevent as the auxiliary troops a ein pcflef fion of that part of the illmd where hip timber grows in the greateft They write frem South tbtt advice was   

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