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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 8, 1766, London, Middlesex HAY M A R K E By his I T the OPERA in the HAY THIS the 8th of will performed ihe Tragedy of O T E L L OTHELLO by B A R R the Theatre Keyal in Dublin lagO by Being the firft time of bis apperi ig in that character Caffio f the fii ft time by DAVIS From the theatre K yal in Dublin Aickm Hurft Palmer Murden Keen 5 Mr BURDEN Dtfdewona by D A N C E the Theatre Royal in Pit Firit Gallery Upper Gallery The pit and galleries to be opened at five the boxes at are defired to fend their fervants at four to keep Vivant Rex Miss G A K V E Y s AT FINCHS GRQTTO on Thurfday the xSih will be performed a CONCERT of Vocal and Inftrnmental The vocal by Mifs and Mifs who will introduce feveral new Mils Garvey flatters that thofe friends whom the badnefs of the weather prevented honouring her with their will on this oc cafion convince her that nothing but that accident could have caufed fo thin an Tickets to be had at in the and at fhe bar of the Admittance Some time in TH11 or Will SOLD by THE remainder of the whereof fifty five years are of DEVONSHIRE being a capital fituatein Devon finre now in the occupation of SAMUEL whois going to remove to the ioufe late in Spitalfields the faid houfe hiving lately been fub Aantially new fronted and and contains the ground floor an elegant large hall and two three parlours and four clofets compleatly the cieliags 13 feet high a very convenient fide with water laid into and a llone paved lofty fcullery with pump and largt two clofets and two large niens and a gxd houfekeepers with three the whole very ufefully fitted with light and three vaults underneath an excellent tone a large RESERVOIR for and a force pump to con vey water up two pair of ftnrs alfo two pair com laodious light back ftaircafes to the firlt and fe cond and which contain on the firit dVor five Urge rooms and with coved 14 feet and a compleat water A ciilern and fink in an adjacent and two other clofets with lackers and helves 5 a gallery leading and with two large light Clofet3 famed and wainfcotted two Servants four large even ertier with convenient cloaths lockers and preflei ou the upper floor are four large and a fine laundry ix feet and two finks to convey away Near the front great door in the Squaw is a handfome iron railed entrance into a large wine vault 99 feet n and feet lett at only a though worth and the ground rent of the whole js a The yarM is an area of 78 feet by 60 part paved and part pitched with a colonade fcreen tothe entrance of the and a ftick of three good dry ware feet by with an adjacent coach and a very largeRESERVOIR for with a drinking ciftern for a lofty ftablf with fix a corn corn and coachmans j another area parted off with iron and planted with 48 feet by and inclofed by a brick wall 18 feet and two rows of blank faflied windows j a ftone dear raifed pannel and dial in the on the left fiJe whereof is a large light neceflary neatly and two large dry warehouses 13 feet by with crane and wfcich Sir RANDOLPH KNIPE ufed for hemp and pot and has back door into Gravellane j liktwifei large front gallery pew in the with another behind it for the 4y a faculty the At which time will be fold feveral marble ftatues and with a capital original bronzeef Gio AN NI m BOLOG N of aTriton ftridingthree procured by the late Baron DE and fome cental amongthem the Battles of Le Brims a work of two able Italian highly and fit for a large bring it feet by 5 wunin the frame the Triumphal Entry into and Dariuss are feet bysi and put into carved neat wood Taber nacle painted Sundry large glaffes and Ita lian whereof particulars will be timely given in the public and catalogues either in town or IS by ANDREVV at the OKI THREE FLYING the houfe in oppefite Andrews Hol being univerially known amongft the firll rank in the city andfuburbs of feveral years His abilities may beknown on enquiring at that and well known the Swan with Two which makes up near two hundred and were five or fix years agcfwarm ing with thefe noxious vermim at the Actons boarding fchooi at Clapham BaddeTys boarding fchool at Hoxton and numbers of not room to mention here where you may have a fatisfuftory account of thofe naufeous vermin being totally deftroyed by the abovementioned An drew afterothers hare proved I alfo engage to look after fuch beds that I have at the rate of one hilling a year each Any gentleman may have a bed cured on the ihort and ready to lie in five minutes after cu The bug Iquor fold at a with pro to fe favoaf of penny poft or n will be kindly and duly of counter feits ai I am obliged to go after them and mend their I recommend to fuch of the nobi gen and that are going to to have fuch houfes infoefted beinff the principal caufe of their goods being peftered with that noxious vcr ttin calkd To the P U B L I C AS feveral intimations have not only ia the daily feut that the undertajipg for bringing fifh by land carriage from diftarit lea an which have tended greatly to deceivejEBWub and prejudice the perions who dndertbelots con tinuartce MefT Grant 4ftd think it necefiary to acquaint ttte that they Sill carry on the undertaking and fale of the fifh at five of the hops formerly tinder the direction Blake and that they have fiftyfix fifh machines placed on the different roads to the fea for the fupply of thofe by means of which they from the 3d ef to the joth or brought to the Loadoh market parts of our fea the following quantities of From Brixham fiftytwo tons and a half from Folk ftone thirtythree tons and a half from Brighton fixteeri tons and a half from Weymouth two tons and a half j making in the whole one hundred andfivt of prime which have arrived in tpwn per fectly and have been offered publickly to fale at the moft reafonable rates 5 for want of a fufficient number of cuftomers owing to many perfons having been mifled by the above reports riiey have been obliged to lend upwards of fiftythree tons of that quantity to Biliingfgate for fale Having in juftice to contradicted the above invidious or rmftaken they beg leave to acquaint the and who fhall pleafe to favour them Vith their com that the fa me hall be received and executed at any of their hops in the following mar fronting Hay market Mayfair thecor nerof Clamentslane in the poultry next Lymeftreet paiTage AH which fhops may be particu larly known by a painted board with the following infcription Original place of fale for fifh by land by GRANT At all which places ihe public may depend on being ferved with a fuppJy of thebeft and at the molt moderate For the C O U N T R SMITHS FAMILY MEDICINE from to ten guineas de igned for the ufe of thofe who are difpofedtodo good o their poor neighbours but abjolutefy e ve ry cwtrykoiyejn caie of fudden i Ihieis at e medicines beiag ready whenphyliciansor ries are fentfor and it is well known many patients are entirely loft in the by tivingat too great a dhtatice from an chelts are all the medicines of the FAMILY which books is given with each cheft of containing plain and full directions for adminiftering and properly narfing the fick and fome very ufefulobfervations of the defignare iven at Smiths chynaical in Neyngate near Cheapijne where only thefe chefts are o be Family Ph ftcian U be bought of all the bookfeliers in at Noon will be pritt A NEW EDITIOt5 of THE Enquiry into the Conduct ot a Late Right Honourable COMMONER particularly in regard to fome late his new connec and With an authentic account of a lae Printed for oppofite Burlington houfe n Piccadilly and fold likewife by in JiUernofterrow at Bath j Todd and York and all other Of whom may be The HisroRY of the LATB price and The of the CHAKOSS in mpartially A new price Ibifday it prict JT1HE WAY t6 THINGS by and to WORDS by THINGS being an attempt at the retrieval ot the ancient or primitive Ian mage of To which are A fuccincl Account of the or learned Language of he Bramins an Eflay on the Origin of the Mufical Waits at and another on the Real Secret of the Free Printed Davis and overagainft Of be Elftobs Saxon Grammar only one pub ifhed in the English with an apology for studying the Northern Priceu Per Extraft of a letter front aGendeman in fronrthe tbt letters ftgned CATO qid loft To the PJl INTER of the means of your extenfive Barnards to the of MafJa on the late diftrac tions ia New have cohie to the knowledge of the in return for his and of has ieen honoured with tbeiugheft viz that of the beft pf But how Barnards pru dent admonitions are regarded in North p but too New elated with their fuccefs in the repeal feem defirous to lay for authority on this fide the and with coirtumelious re the affeftionate requfitjoniiof their Gover In behalf of thofe by the madnefs of have Anterica a dutiful adhe rence to the dignity bf the Britifti The of the fgtfefersVih America under their and in porfaance of the votes of that Secretary ay his Majeftys required of Barnard to ftrongly recommend their cafe to the Provincial Affembly of that full and ample reparation might be made to thofis who within his government by the madnefs of the fuf rered Jbr their deference totheacla of the BritHhle and Conway defired him to bs par tkularly attentive that thofe fufferers be fecured from further and treated with thatrdpeia to their tjiid that juttice in re gard which undoubtedly Coiiway alfo ex his hopes that it will be the glory of that AC adopt tHefe founded on the cleareft ef humanity and The recbmrtiendirig this neceflary act of jttftice to the takes occafiofli in confor mity to to that the juftice and hu ritariity of this reqaifitjpn is fo that it Can riot be and the authority with which it is introduced fo that that confidera tiori is fufficient to preclude all difputatidn about complying with Who could have but that the aflembly would have immediately acknowledged the Forcible juftice and fo Confpicuous in that requi and without difputation complied witha de mand fo ftrongly feunded on and fo agree able to the fehtiments ef the Britifh legiflatWe Had that aflembly been poffeffed of that wifdom they lay claim or of that gratitude always refident in the breads of the they would have deplored the madnefs of the times which gave rife to the vio lences alluded to in the and declared their readinefs to comply with the moft peremptory calls of in behalf of the whofe me rits were recommended by fo an autho But is this the anfwer of the of Mafla chufets to a requeft fo juft in itsown and fo ftrongly recommended Nothing like But that I may not accufed of inflaming the pub lic agidnft tkeir fellowfubjefts in I fhall give the anfwer of that aflembly in their own The recommendation enj ined by Con ways letter we hall embrace the firft opportunity to er and aft In the mean time we can not but that it is couceived in much higher terms in the fpeech than in the whether in thus exceeding your Excellency by your own or by a is not with us to deter H if this which your Excellency is pKafed t term a be founded on fo much jutice and that it cannotbe controverted if the with which it is in fhowld preclude all difputation about com plying with we houltl be glad to know what free dom hav in the cafe not this return exceedingly and the fjntiments displayed in it perfectly juft The high and mighty States of New England will think of a fo ftrongly founded in and fo refpeftably introduced into their they are at leifure to confiderof matters of that im fortancei they will they the irft op pprtunity of confidering the recommendation en joined in Conways Was not that op portunity then prefent j and what remained to be Only this j if the for deference to tbe Britifh merited redrefs for the various injuries infiicled on them by American madnefs Could a reafonable being deliberate one moment Upon a matter fo plain as the juftice confpicuous in this requifition But how clear foever the principles of humanity mny le Roisavifera is all the anfwer to be had on that from American Time will difcover their final anfwer but in the time I may well that a delay is in equity a denial of jultice and we cannot expeft equity from perf ns of fo perverfe a heart that they will not fee the merits of the and their felfevident right to an What ort of a critical undei binding they are pofleffed of is apparent from an obfervatLn they have made on Barnards fpeech how juft this obfervation is a few words vdll make very The they conceived in higher terms it the ffttfb titan in the Is this however true The fpeech that the juftice and humanity of this requilition is it cannot be controverted i the the rignt of the fufterers to an in demnification is founded on fhe cleareft principles fiumantty mtd The members of that Aflembly muft be the worft fort of fceptics if they the cleareft principles of equity and jultiqe are liable to be Hohbes and his followers can make a fo well a of There is I am the leaft even in point of between the fpeech and the let in any mans apprehenfions who Relieves that equity is tke fame in all founded upon felf evident fay the if that is the freedom hive we in the matter I of adopting fentiments which it is their to approve without difputation on of difputing a claim founded on the firft of and thereby proving to the worMhuthat their hearts and their heads aie almoft equaw This is the freedom all men in ituift be allowed to and the only whichunder fuch can be af eribed tojfinman If we were no free to be thefe could be no merit in being fcut jfthe NewEnglanders demonstrate in their de Ubertftions ontrijts the immorality of their do they imagine that they cannot be com pelled to juftice without an invafion on their if they have thift they are in better dr than forugn fovereign powers j for they are daily compelled to a reluftant What a degeneracy of is which inclines men to Tup ppfe theyare unlcfs they are free to do eifcl with confifts not in a of Men are united into that they might obtain of each other without having recourfe to arms and a fugreme wbich caonot diftributt jultice in the ceafts to be and cannot give the fubjefts the requifite We mult I agree ia how much foever we differ about the of levying taxes in that legiflatttre has an unquetlionahle light to difpenfe juftice ali tbe Britifh and coafequeatly lawfully ought to protctt redrefs to the injurwfevefy where within tiicfe do jay tie wifej obfervfes rioreiptc ret Thts pofltion is hut too bbvicus ju late conducl of the New No for patriot legiflaturfr can engage thefe peiveife Americans to afleht to the juftjte of a demand founded upon the cleareft principles of humanity and They they in pofleffion of no freedom unlefs they prove themfelvtsin paffeffion of the liberty of rejecting an equitable by fliutting their ears to the clamours of opprefled and the inftrumeuts of fays the may be lawfully flaini but the New Englanders are the that ever fanciad that any men might be robbed with Was it Jaw ful to that the perfons who favouiedjtfje taxing power of our Parliament in the new worla were fupporters of it could not from thence be that they might lawfully be pillaged of tfaeir We muft be en dowed with a new fyftem of before we can patronize that and tlieir fup may be when jurtifies that but they muft net be their effects are as Tiered as thofe of other men and I muft that a Britifh province js in bad when its government is devolved on perfons of that pro fligate temper of that they can look on fuch oppreflion with obdurate The Americans have indeed lately gained a great point againft the mother by ths lenity of our but the triumphs of the wicked are always ihjrt lived their profperity carries in itfelf the fetch ofirs de and we hope that that piece of which now actuates the wlil open the eyes of the wiioe and teach the ncceffity ruling by Uiofs tint will not be ruled by Juitice muft not and I dare to fay there never will be a time when legiflature will allow tbe injured to plead in Good men for the fake of relax of their biit they never on any de part from the paths of The I will never make a eonqucft of morale j and till this can be the criet cf pii laged mult be liftewed to in A LeiHrs A Tarpaulin T Liberia To thePRlNrER of the knowledge of human frailty leaves no very hopes to the gen raiJfy of the peo who are uncommonly agtated or of their Sir Robert Walpoles letter ing Pulteneys advancement increafis their ap It is not long that a blackthumbd appen dix to the Cordwainers a was beftowinghis encomiums on the Great Commoner till he Concluded I took littie notice of him or hij declamation but was ltd thereto by anfwer cf a fmart fellow of a Jobfoti had pronounced Pitt a term emphatically ufed in life to exprefs integrity but the barber replied ia its primitive meaning that rather thought him and that one time or Jobfon was of too irafcible a temper not to be fired with this and was about to fnsw hit refentment in the which broughten an explanation from the barber to the others frtisfacHon for laid he pray wastheFrencn ever able to dilcover ths intern othiv inteni And did any body know inalj his wlwt he was till news came of the happy confe quences Why thats fays Jobfon but hVs bfitomtor all fo he quoth the other heres tye and fo ended the whether the fo wnnniy are truly applicable or I leave to the judieioua in the low but hops his integrity 13 how ever fecrct his intentions am that will by his perfeverance ID the caufe he has fo ftilt prove hinafelf the of a whofe love has on all cccafkms fo A true patriot is the grsateft if all ttf caufe the moft difficult to atttfiii tlj the which are to dettrdy that viiv are almoft fay becaufe I hape they have not had the diabolical efrJit fo much dreaded on the one and defired on tte It has beenobferved by writersduring th nonadminiftration of the Great that he has been deaf to the representations cf the and has not efpouled their caufe fo heartily as The perhaps are miftakeu in this not opportunities to fee and know how a man in fuch a afts j nor is it prudent they fhould if in fecrecy is fo ilsat the welfare of the greatcft concerns dependon ant the laying them open to party oppolVtions wowld rua them and if when acling by public authority fhall not oppugn how would a mn be perplexed widi hould difclofld to the or who willever and be forward ti annoy virtue and wifdom as the molt grateful and the moft eiligible Jet us tWislc he has tkftroyed thofe weeds would s long eer this have choaked ami rieltroyed rafes and tlwugh we have felt the f being galled with the of tlifcantent there fcattered up anj yet it would nave bi far worfe if they had been to ttjjfgrow riie narrow paths of liberty we have ktp msaU of pur vigilant heroes better letihem grow wilds of Nofva and the new acquisitions of CUT late glorious than m thither ftiudtion may follow them with lefs inconvenience Perfeverance is the greateft and belt psrt oi an hereic would have appeared
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