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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 9, 1766, London, Middlesex MARX CO M P AS A iJLthe HAY On Monday the of petfbrrtcd rrageUy of O T Hi E L OTMLIO by the Theatfe lago by L E of hisafioeringm 9 by Prom Theatre K in Aickin 5 j B U R D E By DAN From the Theatre Royal in Tirft5arteiy XJpper Galkry iFhe ph and gaUdtiea to opened at five 1 Ladies are defined to fend their fervants at four fdktep r VENICE PRfcSER fifiuljet MAR V ONi 6 A R D the FOUJl INDIAN CHIEFS and their IS EVENING will be a CONCERT of VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL MUSICK The doors opened at and the mufic to begin exaftly afc half An hour after one fliilhng each There will a new firework on the the with figned A Friend and wun uaf iigued EftAHCir Nathanid the Crtvrait Surry fide at in near wifeof JohnWaiton near Middle ths Tbo ueartne Seven Houies being opened for the reception of BRAF1ELD the Proprie who hath Inwn at a great expMcewtheim ajid m plentifully ftoek the ift pcaids the free of all who begs leave to thte e of the public y and 4s he hath alfo well etfbtrrwith AVfceitof twm f Iberia waffprded who have tafted ami thebeftchojee matt be Winding ftady to y j THE diftrisfs of fi k I prefent very ana many out of occalionsd by the quart tities of Italian and French India plain and and printed woraln this kinjg the from principles humanity and under jEing the vigoroufly inexeaiti0nj andas thefc would be much concerned to offend any who from ignenmce of thp and Unacquainted with the dirtrefles of the may Uiey hereby that proper perfons are employed to give and that the ex tractof die feveral acts are as under THAT aftejf the i4th of June no rejgh wrought filks or velvets iiallbe imported or brought into Great or the or upon paia of feeing feized and forfeited and the further ienalty of for each piece ot remnant fo to be paid by the with cofts of That no mantua or other perfon or perfobs mall or expofe to or or otherwise difp ifc of any fofeigrt wrought fitk or which fliall not have beeiiimported before the i4th or worker mak up the in or any wearing or upon pain that all fuchfopetgh wrought filk or velvet gar or or ether work made fo fold or expofed to bar Or difpofed or or made or upon any or pr other work and the or withj of Upon wliich flull be or made upr fiW be andlforfthed and all or expofe to of difpofe or kaow or mafe or wufe or procure to be dt made or upon or or any Jhch foreign wieughtJilk or not every fuch forteU That all profiler work made whkh after the nth bf June fliall oe into or into of whe her the fame hail be mixed fewed or made e expeft I is vrtui to acconwnodate Their oblbted mety hwnbte BJtAFlEL0 WILLIAMS with hot at firom painted by Mr for the City of London and a proot after the fame may be now feen at BoydeaiX above wtre intended to he pub MkArfe hut Bafire having de red Yofiger time for the more accurate fimuung fcil muft therefore crave tea vato defer the pub NEW of Enquiry iato of a LatteRight i Ktonourabte COMMONER particulariy ra tecard to late new oonnec and With an authentic account rfflB e ftltrtf for oppofite Biuungton houfe in 5 and fold likewifis by in Tteewbfterrow i at Bath 5 MrtTodd and at York and all other Of whom may be The HisTCiRV of the LATE price and itThePniNciPLBs of tiie CMNCBS n ItnpactlaVly examined n for the of riE PHiLosopHitAL The copies fur the Members are ready 4joTe delivered at tVSocletys Printed for and Key tfcfs of from the Ji i54f rp4 and helt and coinpleied to Tnuifactions in ia Birchs Suppfsmrnt Pfeilofophical and Hiftory of the Society containing ittany large ana curious found in the before publilheil hort Account of the moil eminent i in A ColWKonof the Yearly Bills of Mqjtaluy Fpr Su pft with Jfcveral Treatifes on that bqmul the Harlots Pro in the j DttMUys in PallMali i Bonaftireet i Corbouid ami and tooYctrt price I beauties in die late Wogarths Ptinta have notice for want Hoearfh n it ia a manner to thufm ia nd giving the by way ot Lin A will be pub fgfr continued tillthe whole is be feizcdj an after con and the nalbef rite m warehouF cuf faid mam evety piece or of fuch wrought filk or other wqrk T which fcatt be a foiWid as f of fte JAZRTTEEB AT ALa every generalcar is well to the irrnnft diate fuferers ihemlelvxs as their yeit in a moral they are productive of infinite and often termi nate frimany real ad We all of us extremely apt to annex an iSaa of perpetual mifery to unfortunate to accumulated evils froinprefcut dan than which more unbecomiag tle or unworthy the Philofophef for the fame Omnipotent Being pui as ea fily reftore any pecuniary and whofe mercy Io prevalent in the very midft of his that defpondsncy becomcf dpubly arid an audacious Scarce any h fo as trtie ks acquiefcence to the Divine when under the prcffures of a infers a grandeur of foul more fb be revered than It no not the leaft buHle attracts no and buys no friends neverthelefs it argues not only an humble mlndand a patient italfo fuUjrproVes tnoft rital of gratitude which are infeparable to heroic and completethe cbarftcter of the Good Few virtues are more amiabie in the eye of Infinite yet fewer are left cultivated bythe inconfiderate part of dur The reafon is too nianifeft t efirape a flcil ftil adept W hainah IVe arefmit with ry thing that charnas our ditien to our importance hence many io would never have been known for whatever dazzles the croud is fore inspire emu and win while the fererie and pla cid graces lie and oftentimes receive V fhan the fame chant Humanity is and whgn on Wi necefttoiu yott oiajr we fliall not be backward uv pay ing due to woom you halre ndmed t6 aufl whqhaye acquired large y0ur amtfe fcallBe fouhdand One all penaltiet ana to the trie of Ae Tpfte moiety peVfito or perroat The proof where the were to lye upon the owner or or and not ugott thjt They ajfo thwk tbi lori of every and evfcn conflitutional will degenerate into a mere torplcl ftate of alaioft negative dXiftence for the want due k pleafts the wifdora of Al Providence to permit various great univerial io their and alarming in their con and w Wiltiam for more efftfluai employing by encottr aging the manufactures ot this kingdom After the spth of September no wrought of the manufafture of or or callieoes or ftrained iballbe worn or otherwife ufedin or the town of Berwick upon up and ufed in apparel or before the zpth Of September Which by extended to furniture made up before of December And alf fuch whether or made up for with any other or mate which hall be found in any ware i or other place whatsoever Bother than watetenfec as hall be approved by his aod lia ble for and v And over and above the lofs of the per or perfonSj in whofe knowing the fame fhall be or or that hall or difpofe to any perfon other thanjtor exportation and the fame exported ac cordingly i third of the laid pe what fliall arife by the fale of thj which after condemnation to be fold for ex portjitfan to tie to ufe of the Majety i the ether ithirds to fuch or who for the And if fliall import any of goodi iivto any other than the pert of or into the poet of and not make due en tries befides the forfeiture of the faid forfeit the of L to en i an 4 filk effeftually the by tie ufe and wear ot all or dyed ia houf fiirnifurf none hall ufe or weir in any garment or apparel and or dyed under the penalty of 5 to the informer for every offence fuch information to be made within fix days before a Juftice of the The Mailer and Wardens of the faid Com pany give tint if any perfon or perfons will give or leave information with Clerk the faid at their Hall in Bafmghall of any offence againft the laid or of and the name of the informer to be con if deured foas the offenders may be con vifted mall be paid TWENTY POUNDS by thetfaid on TV7 t m at HILVs by his apooint fold at Richard at the in Paternoftdrrow 5 at John near the lower end of Jamess and no where elfe in BALSAM of for and ESSENCE of WA for the and ELIXIR of BAR DA ti for the gout ftnu TiNCTuae of to give an TiUCTUREof to lengthen TINCTURE of for nervous conti nued fuccefs of theTe medicines readers all pnufc j to call thofe virtues into which wean our for all fublunarjr correct in the too warm pursuits of trarfient felici tooiirfacultietin thcdaily ofoSr manners and convert at Thefe general calamities likewife do furnidi Grangers with an opportunTty to exert a fpirit of that would otherwite haye laia whereby they endear1 hem fcitw to their and becotne vti Utkie and they at tin fame fnra the firtnes if homilitjinnd refignatkin in immediate arc to receive correction as a friendly admonition for fcms wife not to be revealed to human From all calamitous let us fearch deeply into tho good deditcible from nor murmur or repine at the Divine which s evermore preg nant for the ultimate of raau for he who formed tke heart beft knows it weakncuesj and whenever we contraft fuch a love for any one object as to impede the or endanger the fecurity of our eternal is it not then a and a moft affefticniate mery in our Creator to remove it from us Too fuperficiaily do we exa mine into the fources of remote advantages from pjtfent evils and however grievom or intolerable our iquaediate afflictions may yet daily experi ence that what we have often irrationally we had much greater room to rejoice Take then thefe thoughts into your feri ous ye unhappy fufferers of that me tropo is which was chiefly my worthy whole fortune is now no more Why deft thou droop beneath the weight of an affliction thon didft not bringupon thyfelf There is a comfort even in ruin which the like can ever en joy in defpight of and all the of Fire may rob you of your yet be ttill yourfelf nor let any accident make the firm nefs of your Call to mind your favourite though not in fimilar when he was the people were pulling down the ftatues that were erefted to lib gravely re But they cannot pull down thofe virtues that caufeU them to be put So let no lofs of for tune leffen the inherent greatnefs of its late poffeffor 5 but rather let it prove the zenith of your for merit beams its brighteft fplendor in the adverie Patience the arrows of and content converts her poifons into kifs therefore the rod that now as it may here after be changed into a fceptre f and remember that the fevereft temporal Is are fb momentary in their that a rational creature fliould blufh to flirink under I am well aware bow difficult a thing it is for a man to reiifli dittrefs and has been always accuftonaed to the dilicacies and comforts of I know too your tender concern for the of yowWlow who muft now languishing under many iharp ex pofedto theinclemency and unwholefome of heat and and perifliing withal for the com mon neceflaries of I know full well that fuch mujft be the fufterings of thofe unhappy people of BRIDGETOWN in But will not the Britifti think be as ready to relieve THEM as they did the diftreflsd Portuguefe in 17J5 And if our much beloved whofe goodnefs furpafles even his contri buted fy bountifally to miifortune of iis Mon that others 06 conneSid will fubfcribe TCTJT I ir is more immedi ately expected the aiit in a kind of obligation they Vour hue worthy who isjuft is in behalf of the unfortunate and the known public fpinted charadter of his humane hot be I to every proof of fervice or he Would not a little from that virtue which fo richer flows in the veins of tfce gtntfetts and truly riebte TmfttOthers holding inferior offices in that of ngning for their opu lent wealthy merchants trading among with ail no affitt this ruinedpeopfcwith fiicii gSrUeel and ether emces equally at in feme n alleviate their and repair their gvratetnJtjenfttfile SttiM CATO wOi Ifotft a plate ia To the the demands on account of war in come inclufiVely ttffder fouf following with the Britifti debts to them 04 account of f pf ftatttin or with and de liveries of rafiie by for Batilfe in4heir en campments fa thir Of Priffei Jldr advanced by them And of the or Regtrieitt of the abovementioned or allied for the pubik liamages fufferedby tltcfe lUtes from the Bri in the devaftatioa dettrucUon of fo icftvitiid andinthe injuries and demo lition of military public to the and promote the fafety or the faid ifc iM courfe of its A very few words will be ftiGcient to explain Ihe nature of the particular ccmpnfttd under eachofthefe geafrat anJ to fupport th6 complaints the again t the ar bitrary and unjuft mantttr in rrhidi the comaiif fionert appointed to liquidate fuch have exercifed their power over three Rfft thcnif for the laA was expreflly exceptetl in tlieir commif though they thought proper io include it alfo in their reprefentations to the in order to enhance the merit oftheir by fwelling the atttount of what had with that exceeded the rear film many times The demands uf fBftsntraSors areTor funu of money flopped from on cavils their Founded exprefly on unfupported and not fuffered to bf cab vaflfedjfor loffes fuftnined by the their for want of the Lng them with the Eritiflt Contract for ftores deftroyed to prevent their falling ttehds of the enemy j for their expencesin jotirfiieihincl tofo licit thofs who had nojpther plea but to their rnucb rcfufing to pay them for intereft of ths money to from the time when in juftiee it fliouid accord i rig to the exprefs tenor ctf tfcetr and for which motley theylthertkfeivei pay intereft at this very time fo theu owft creditoj s for the lofs af redrawing to fupport their uJiaer rhe diStcukies brought upon them by this delay of payment j and for the loffes fuftained by from the commif fariates putting a fuddenftop to theii1 on the after they had provided the cles contracted articles thus left upon tlieir they were obliged to of at fo great a as iff refpect to many of them marr the beft bleifmg and make peace prove their Particular inftances of thefe fereiral of the abovemenlioned and the other as extra ordinary reafons given by the commUHoners for re jeaing hall be directly laid befojpe the The demands under the Unurs and deliveries by the fubjects of ftates in friendfhip or aUance with for the inftant and indifpenfible ufe and fupport of the are of a nature fa interefting to huma nity and true as well as to that every who the leaft fenfe of any of the mult conclude they could not be but upon the ftrongeft and cleareft proofs of their being unjuftly But inttead of without ever denying the the demands for one whole year are re becaufe no exprefs regulation was made for that particular though fuch a regulation had been made for the and another was alfo made for the fucceeding The injuftice of this proceeding will appear from thefe two pfcun Would the in they dtitrefs for want of every neceflary have febinitted rv be
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