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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 11, 1766, London, Middlesex M O N D A Y A U G U S T or An Account of the FEMtALE HUSBAND A of the late GREAT COM Enquiry into Conduct of a late Right loft H Y ft A R B The S c 6 D By his S T Y s Co M P in the HAV THIS bong the nth of will bi perform sitlie Tragssdy of O T H E L L OTHELLO by B A R R From the Theatre Asyal in Dublin Iigo by E E Being the ad time of his appering in that character o for the ztl time by DAVIS From the Theatre Ryal in Dublin Afckin Hurft Palmer Murden j Keen 5 BURDEN Defdemona by From the Theatre Royal in Soxes Firit Gallery Upper Gallery The pit and gallejies to be opened at five the boxes at To begin exactly at No perfons to be admitted behind the Ladies are defired to fend their fervants at four to keep to be as at the Vivant Rex VENICE M R YB O N E THIS be a CONCERT of VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL The doors to be opened at and the mufic to begin exactly at half an hour after Admittance one milling each By order of the Four Indian Chiefs and their there will be a new firework under the direction of From the THE of T H K G A z E T E R A N D jjiiiW DAILY ADVERTISER joined to the variety efithAtmeli ttrougb ivbicb it paffes has lately bun tot means of detecting fo many ROD an A of ap prehending fp that it may bt proper to give THIS PUBLIC That fir tbt ail of this feat to will be constantly inserted in THIS PAPER and ij SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by FAWN DR OK 1JUYERS OF SECONDHAN n feta rsbbtries ivill ffcape dstettion eftecially if ALL PERSONS make ufe of the lame paper to advertife their Ijffes F I E I N Tbt WARNINGS from ana every thing iojl or in the or toy art for immediate dtffaUh toalljilver pt c c by the priftttroftbis paper day it frice A NEW of THE Enquiry into the Conduct of a Late Right Honourable COMMONER particularly in regard to fome late his new connec and With an authentic account of a la e Printed for oppofite Burlington houfe in Pkcadiliy ami lbd likewife by in PatcrtKifterrow j at Bath 5 Todd and York and all other Of whom may be The Hisrouyoi the LITE price and The PRiNciPLisof the CHANGES in 1765 impartially Anew price O S B O R N in G R A Y s I N TjAVJNGpun iiflfed the remaining copies of Scotts Supplement to Stevenss Greek The and Scapulas 2 formerly ipld fr two offers them till Chriitmas forgone guinea in or one pound five hillings in half binding j after the time the price will be advanced to one pound ten Where maybe Baileys Etymological Englifh containing ibmi hundred words omitted in johnfons by i here arevery few copies left of DrJamess Medicinal in 3 large for jnerly fold for nine JHTB new offered for fix till Chriftmis which if any the price will be advanced to feven Npwonfale one of the largell collection of in all which will continue felling daily till the ill of January Catalogues may be had and if the money to be given back or allowed on any with adifoount of and fifteen psr in proportion to the Turn There are foiiie neat bookcafes to b difpofed and a pait of and fome nxutu fcript in HAVING been for feveral years paft much af flifted with fcorbutjc which flawed itielt externally oa my neck and inx that my ears have been often sind my neck overfpread wklvfcales like thofe of a I had a convinual pain and with a loathing at roy Itomach I toft my my complexion changed to a yellow and in Aort I was IR a very bad tbiteot but am by the ufc of your perfectly re fevered may hew lettrr to any of your or make what other uie of it you as think in gratitude I ought to acknowldge to to the how much I owe to your medi the recovery of my from of a very bad I great Yovir obedient and very bumble JO N Attorney at in Johnfons FUet July All pefion ftill doitbEtul of the efticacy of this jnay by applying to Ifce Welt of Golden near the only autbsr and where theie ire in of each be fully con of their by being referred to many Wople of who have been cured of the tlie long continued Inflammations of the and every othtr diforder arifmg irom a foulnels in the heymay be taken in any feafon without the inconvenieuse or hindrance of They and amazingly create an titcu None we genuine but what are iigncd ky John in his kaud July AT the meeting this for the relief ofthefaf ftrers by the fire in the minutes of theformer meeting oh the 15th of were read and approved the agent for the who had been appointed then laid before the gentlemen prefeftt an account of the fubfcriptions and other The lift of the firft amounted to to which were imme diately added fubfcriptions to the amount of The donations to themorning ofthe29th were to befides paid on the Line The whole making up the fum of It was then That all the gentlemen prefeht be a committee totranlactin England the affairs of the charity that j and be added to together with every contributor of or upwards arid that any five of the faid committee be a fufticient number to do That the remittance to Barbadoes of all the mo ney that may be be mads in bullion with fuf ficient That the following gentlemen in or any four of them be a committee for the receipt and diftriburion of of the fame in rhat Gedney Efqj Sampfon Elq Ti mothy Efq John James ButUr James Efq and Ircnaeus Efq That the committee in be iuftruct that two great objects of this charity the in ducing the unfortunate inhabitants to remain in the and the aflilting them in rebuilding their houfes upon a That the committee in England do meet at at twelve oclock next WednAIday fen being the i3th of and of on every other Wednefday at the lame place and fubject to any particular adjournment at their That the committee in do by the next hip or hips for remit to the com mittee in that ifland of the fum as a temporary relief of the till the bene volence of the public on be fully extended to their fevere A Lift of ubfcribers for the Relief of tie Sufferers by the on the itftb of in John Braithwaite 100 o o Philip befides given in Bar badoes 50 o o Richard Salter 100 o o Alexander Walker 100 o o William ofBondftreet 100 o o George Walker 100 o o Maxwell Adams 100 o o George Hannas 100 o o William Fitzherbert 100 o o Dasiel Mcore 50 o o William fate of Barbadces 5000 William Dottm Battyn 50 o o John French 50 o o Michael Mac Nemarra 50 o o Bond and Ryland 100 o o Jacot Blackman o p Thai Pilgrim 50 o o Richard Gofling 50 o o Nathaniel Paice 30 o o Soraers Clarke 50 o o James Adams 50 o o William iJlenmrm 50 o o Richard andBenjamin Smith 100 o o Sir John Baronet 150 o o Robert naval officer too o Q Rowland Blnckrnan 100 o o Frederick Ruffel 50 o o James Edward Colletan 100 o o Thomas Erie Drax 100 o o Jofeph Pickering 50 o o David Barclay and Sons yo o o Donations beftde the Sober Heberdine Alexander Wood Thurfton Efq William Efq Daniel Lafcelles and John Elq Charles Elq and Lucas Walker and Davifon The Saltsrs Company Samuel Efq The Right Honourable Lord Romney A unknown Jofeph Paiee John Jones James Bradfliaw John Efq Sir William Baker John Efq Francis Efq and draft on John at payable to the or der of George Efq for at 35 per Edwin Efq o o 3 10 o ID 1OO 200 5 i 2t 21 2 2O si 10 20 5 21 5 too 130 o o S 3 o o o o 5 i o o 2 o o b o o o iq e o o 5 o p S o o o o o o IOO o o o o The fubfcribers will pleafe to that two hips expected to failfor Barbadoes by the i4th or J5th of Auguft and that the money fub as well as thole liberal donations which are humbly expedted from the public on this melancholy will be received at the following bankers Blackwell and Pallmall Child and Templebar Sir Jofeph Hankey and Sir Charles Atgill and Sir Richard Glyn and Halifax Browns and Collinfon Fullef and Lee in the HILLS by his appoint at Richard booJc at in Paternofterrow at John near the lower endof Janiess and no elfe in BALSAM of for and ESSENCE of forthe fcurvy arid ELIXIR of for the gout and TINCTURE of to give an TINCTURE of to lengthen TINCTURE of for nervous conti nued fuccels of vhsfe laediwies renders all praifc Tothe Right honourable tbt Earl of My OU who were a few days the object public are now become a fubject of oniver fal contempt j the very people who proclaimed you the controul of bad government arid the guar dian of public look upon y6u as a man who had no other view in ferving the public but to feed your your and your without any fenfe of what you owed to your to your and to my are the fentiments of the com mon people in your you find the charge you may fmile at the zeal of your dangers where they do not exilt this treatment will not leflen your love for the You know what it is to lofe and to regain it as there is no man in this nation to whom we owe fo great I there is no man fiom whom we have lefs to There my in this great and the number is very confiderable who hold o pinions quite oppofite to thofe abovementioned they confider your conduct in its true and till revere you as a firmly attached to the in tet eft of your native country I own myfelf of this and am pleafed with your advancement to the higheft honours your Prince can when I reflect that the precarious ftate of your health ab folutely forbid your future attendance in the Houfe of During the laft feffinns we faw you labour to ferve your country in sn incomrnon man at a timewhen the conftitution was ftabbed to the and his wicked You attair no honouraf no in Princeto could afford half the inward pleafure which thefe important events created in your Your my acknowledge with gratinide theiv obligations to you give me leave tell they have no uneafmefs but what arifes from an as you cannot here after lerve them in the Houfe of you have agreed to ferve them no where I will go and tell your that they apprehend you have changed your principles with your and that you are now become a tool to him whole dan gerous and corrupt meafures have brought us to the brink and clifgraced us to all The my are fixed on you the ferifible and impartial part of your countrymen make reafonable allowances for youriil ftate of health they are convinced you were unable to continue the fatigue you had long borne as a in the greateft torture imaginable they confider you now as an able counlellor to a the common Father of his In this my you have an opportunity of ftemming that torrent of corruption which hath been let in upon You can ufe the great talents with which the Author of Nature harhbeen gra cioiifly pleafed to endow in devifing ways and means of leffening the immenfe debt of this nation YOU can encourage by giving it every aidwhich an able ftatefman can dcviis You my in order to attain this great ftrike out fome plan for leffening the exorbitant price of provifions You will crufh that viie fett of who to the difgrace of are fuffered to monopolize every article of the iuieffaries of life And my you will fave the filk that ftaple branchof our from the ruin and decay with which it is threatned our na tural rivals the underfell us in this article at every market in and thsy will continue to do fo whilft provifions are and our filk trade cafried on in the My the next thing your country expects from you that you will and vin dicate the honour of the Britifh which hath been infclently attacked by the moft contemptible maritime power in Europe Not to fpeak of the affair at you will enforce the payment of the Manilla we have been moft hamefully In a my we expect that you will confider who muft pay our national if ever it is to be paid and that you will ufe your utmoft endeavours to reftore the in every branch of to its ancient form and My I never eat the bread of and therefore cannot be fuppoted to be any mans flat terer I would endeavour to flop the un feafcnalle abufe which hath ran violently again ft becaufe I think you above corruption if I thought I would certainly take the li berty of fpeaking my while I could find channel for conveying them to toe my we do not expect all thefe great matters from you alone we only claim your belt counfels and endeavours for promoting the public in which you be afiiited by fome gentlemen now in There is a remnant of thelateminiftry anchhat remnant gives to the heart of gvery true Briton your Lordfhip will perceive that I fpeak of Secretary who does honour to the great ftation in which he is has fhewn integrity and abilities that have if not exceeded our warmeft I am one of ray who can fay he fulfilled his pro mifes concerning the repeal of theStamp before it came into parliament j and if pbpxila founded in the eileem and affection of a grate ful is fure ground for A Minifter to work he enjoys it in moft ample fenfe of the word j and fure I an his many im portant daring tlie JaftfeflipW of parlia will reflect honour on him to the Jateft po fterity v To roy Tacitus fomewhert Contemptu contemni Bdtf t you defpife It is in youi my to acquit yduKelf of thofe charges which keen brought againft you continue to em ploy your great talents in the fervJce of four trywith the faihe firm and inviolable attactmtnt td its welfare that you fliewii for the JEarl of Chatham be fpo ken of with admiration and gratitude whiliEnglacd continues tobe I Your Lordthipg mefl humble and obedient A CITIZEN and Letters received A Old Wellwifher to Quis Tp the PRINTER of tlie SINCE it is not I was ftrongly inclined to have totally relinquifhed all of and with tliem my former notions of religion if we follow the example of our in conformity to the precepts iffued by the leader of and Suaterj to their they are both nowbecome obfolete and ufelefs to notwithftanding the htter led me to promote the honour of my and the former infpired me with univerfal benevolence to his creation and it is Upon this principle I before I quit the fend you this to do juftice to fince it by the account of his behaviour to that I wronged him for which I bfg his pardon in ranking him with Lord futes ruffian attendants into with and Fortes iri on jhaadlerj what pity that men oTWiy bonovr fliould injure jt by aflb ciating and worthlefs characters I Oh what a country of fools 1 Oh what a nurfery of knaves Oh what a com pound of both thefe wretched and cha racters And now I have fet to view the political ftate of thefe let every individual inhabi tant of them but exert his utmoft endeavours to recover their reputa till England becomes Scotland and Ireland pcffeffes both thefe qualities we may then defy the world if it wert pcflible to unite the world againft a flate thus Perhaps thefe though may be deemed too cauftic and fevrc hy thofe who cannot bear and therefore make a man an offender for a word but RS iri A vain attempt to guide I fhall only laugh at y pity that cities renownd for their Had not wiUom to fathom the depth of a Fit For lud they farefeen tjiat my caufe hed have foir i keyd have favd all their boxes of oak and of To the P1UNTER of the F for you wife and for you write And fo on with the reft of the alphabet So as you are Youll find the word PIT will make juft To the PRINTER of the The right way which a Prince ought to ta ke am of which is Jbewed ta be in regard of I HAVE before defined what a juft Prince ought to be I will now fafhion and frame him in fuch and guide him as it were by the that he may attain to I confefs this way is inclofed within the bounds and limits of the public and no man can dif charge himfelf thereof as he unlefs he be an honeft and that of itfelf is net for he muft likewife be endued with There are two things requilite towards the ac complifhment of a prudence and that the one may appear in his the other in I will firft fpeak of which a Prince ought to be born and afibciate to that by they over whom he ruleth may likewife poflefs it being aa feemly for a King to be enaued with ho as with Cyrus was of that no man was fit for an except he did excel thofe over whom he did b ar rule for report doth register all the deeds and layings of a Prince and he can no more cover and hide himfelf than the fun wherefore he hath good caufe to have great care of his which he fo hall it be fpread And fo much the becaufe if he once be whether he do well or they tax Set before you or what other tyrants you who were ruined and deprived of their by the refiftance of the but it entirely arofe from their own or weaknefs in or through the wickednefs of their It is a wrong that belong fo private perfons and that kings live as they lift when experience the uiftory of all nations fhews us ITetf
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