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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 19, 1766, London, Middlesex 1M fats M Asf fcS T laWOPEKA in the Temorwwwill be prefented Mr BARRY Murden MGeorge i S H U T E R Palmer j Lewis Friar Hurft i Palmer j W S T O N Nelion Pierce v Hamilton BURDENj DANCE To vliiUi will be added die Comedy of The M I N O by FOOTEi Jticbard Aickin j Sir William the Dams Palmerr Shifty and WESTON Quick j Francis and Strutton SHUTER Lucy by Mifs G I L P I Boxes Pit Firft Gallery UpperGallery The pit to be opened at five the boxes at To begin exactly at No period can be admitted behind die iadieaare deiired to end their fervants at Four to keep Placet to be as of at the Little tt the ftzr it of W S T liiiMAJEjITYs THEATRt ROYAL in the HAY Thjurfday befog the nft will performed a called BEAUX Archer by a G E N T KM A Being his firft apnearanteeAthe Palmer j Bo Lewis Keen j Bttst i Sir Charles Quick Scrub by W E S T OK j George 5 Wefto End of AS A favourite Song in Loveiajj En4 Hwness On an by To which will be ft called CJIEDULOUS Taken from The OLD The Credulous Hufbind by performed that part tbeft efc be and placet inftxted in property BVYBRS AII raasoMs make tife of the paper to advertifir their lofles P I ELD SOLD ty THIS at twelve at at the KingsHead the corner of N a httle beyond even mile ftene on Finchley oppofite the road ling to confifting two aad a meadow about four with other The premifes may be to the time of fate and smrrictdart had by applying to Kicbardfon and at in Woedftreet j or at the premifei Frfforing fir He and in a ftvt will EM ARKS on an Extraordinary which the Author ufuppofed to have dedicated Ingratitudes a crime to be forgiven norby the laws of 1o mtrrvtu vnll be putiytodt N EXAMINATION of the PRINCIPLES and A boafted of aL ATE RlpUT HoMOUKABLS He fell from his duty and all bh former friends j and this be didfo that he feemed to all men to have loft bia wits when he left his Printed for oppofite BorlingtonhouTe foW Dkewife by at Bathj Mefc Tpueyman and at York and other Of whom may be An into the CONDUCT of a LATB Eight Honourable COMMONER 5 particularly in re gard to fome late his new With an AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT The Third price The HISTORY of the Price and Jay u A CATALOGUE of the entire LIBRARIES of the Archdeacon of of a Barrifter at retired from Pradlice of feveral other valuable parcels Which make together a fine in aimoft every clafs of ana in JWKdent and modern many of elegant and curious The pnce4 mite printedin the and marked in the filft leaf of every And the fale will begin the irth and conttaue till all the Books are By B E N J A M I N W H I Horaces in Fleet next who gives the ntmoit value for any Lihrary or Parcel of Catalogues mav be had at the plaCe of fale and alfo bf Pallmall in New Bendftreet Piccadilly Chariagcrofc 5 without Templebar j and Richarrlfcmaad at the Royal Prke CtEitGyj sW y TIS Majefty haying been gracioufly pwafed Jfi appoint mejointly with Lqrd oe Paymatter of the my featih1 parliament is thereby became vacant I therefore humbly intreat the honour of your Vote rand intereft at next affuring you of nry fteady attachment to the laws and libertiesof acid my erateful attention to the and prosperity of my who upoflfo many Aewnfuch an affectionate regard to Their moft and l Moft obliged humble GEORGE misfortune I have met with in breaking my I hspej plead my excufe for not making a perfonal application at for the year Price in of rpHE PHILOSOPHICAL J Printed for and over againit Printers to the Royal Of whom may be An Abridgement of Tranf from we Beginning in to by and Marty btjf in 1 1 and completed to the prefent Time by the Philofophical at in 14 in all as Birchs Supplement to the Philofapbical and his lliitory of the Royal Society containing and curious Difcouries found in the were never before publiflied with a wort Account of themoft eminent 4 with price in A Collection of the Yearly Bills of Mortality for 100 Years Withfome fcarCe Treatifes on that Publiiked by the joint labour of fe learned Price d tbt Ittttrt Mnet PHILlJ ON fn To the PR IN T E R of the Venmlu curia urn Favor tap rttn Settibui virtut CON VERSA roTEsT AS i astro f putt fjacebat iilLE CAT a is daily pelted by the it is hot tittle diverting to dbferjoe the iiftrefs to party drivefiy in onler to ifirent fome plaufible re srtttA aoU by aid of fupply arms for 1 akeady fliewn founded if the of who affed to to the new created Peer andthecefore how faJfe is the ob jected reproach Bui again lays party flan he has accepted a What then t Had he not long ago ac cepted a perfSqnj which is much more likely to cor rupt the mind and let America teftity how he pleaded in favour of party IHce 9 bull never quits or elle quickly fattens again returns to and howls that if the Peer were yet he is now no longer able to ferve his country He is feduced to a be has accepted a fint cure he has only to affix a feal to and his abfence will be ex at But have thefe flanderers for the Lord Privylfeal was and is according to the the firll and pfin eipaf jpoft in the adminjftration nay fo principal a that if any port a conftitution as can intitlc its pofieflbrio the appellation of Prime it is this for by his office he is fuppofed privy tothe Sovereigns and by his aft alone are public difpatches made authen The Secretaries of State had antiently very lit tle authority j they were no more their name mere fecretaries and clerks to execute the directions of the Lord Privy If the latter has of late loft much of its importance in the it is for no other reafon than becaufe the poft of firft Lord of the Treafury has at more than its right and to whom or to what we in debted for this innovation to that gifli which fucceffively Ikked tbc feet of Pelham and old Niddy Noddy which has fo long gorged itfelf with the beitafitt of another zfovertign right to diftribute all vours of the Crown among its hungiy de The Conftitution that to be able to give the beft couaiel to the Sovereign con ftitute the principal office of but Cor ruption that his poft fliould be efteemed the who has the beft opportunity to let flip moft money through his fingers to bribe the Hence the office of Privy Seal has funk in and that of Firft Lard of the Treafury rifen upon its ruins hence the duty of giving good advice has become a fine a croud of leveeuunteri almoft fuffbcate the Minifter of fyarfytpu efibui eonvtrfa What furer have we of the patriotic vie of the prefent than to fee things brought back again to the antient principles of the to find power reftored proper and Mammon reduced ynder due fubordination to wifiom The Privy Seal will there fore now no longer be like the genial will give fpirit and Vigour to all the planets in the But although Chatham hould be both willing and able to watch with his wonted care over the intetefts of the nation yet fays ho cannot exe cute his intentions he cannot ftand his and will never dare to look Opposition in theface at the next If futh oppofirion take there is a certain mark of its proceeding from an a fpirit of in its having been already determined to before any aft can be as yet entitled either to praife er is the which it will be ChUthams firft ftudy tq fubdue a monfter whether termed Whigor under either equally eats the vitals of ourcenftitution j like thtf fnappift dog under fte neither aft it fdf for the public as it nor yet with nut thofe to aft who From this ing and better fatisfiedthit hit ysnr correlpmdatl hijtervias in the 6utaKtt vjbi tb bh old atynainianee tanged at tea top of tbe ftr a robbery and at 8 motiVe proceeds at one die fuggeftionof a pre tended defection from another dtai of new connexions witfrSejaims and various othersi that is to Faflion that ftate be not governed by the one party or it hall never be governed in peace at Butall fuchcalumnies fecare themfelves from die bafe confideration of the characters of thofe engaged in the prefent caufe j die knowledge and experience of joined to die blunt integrity of the tried and ArabiafTed juftice of the fpirit of the capacity of the promifing hopes of blefied widi an unbounded fortuae and every difpofition which can contribute to inde pendence and private has alfo generoufiy added an ardent aeal for the public This il luftrious band of worthies would be if we could to continue among them die name of Con way j alas I left a private virtue fliould here become a public detriment and gratitude the family of a deceafed Duke produce a which party would attempt in To fuppofe that fitch as thefe can either become the voluntary or can fall into any pretended hares of is too abfurd to meet with credit among reaiowde men Oh I may they as well be able to the efforts of fanion being ex from the has now Bed into tbe city for its tail from madnefi and difappoint and dragging after it die firebrand of diflen The fcheme to fubdue this monfter is ardu and poflibly may fail but the more the meritorious Is tbe and the more gtariftus will be uccels i nor can it well fail of except from the credulity of the too proue to judge and cenfure before they and ready to lend a willing ear to the miirepre fentatiens of felnfhnefs and If it be now afked with what arms Chatham propofes ta encoun ter and iiipport his the an fwer isibviousi he depends firft upon the virtues of that connected with agaioft which bftdartsofSlander and Envy would be blunted and fall iaefreftual he depends fecondly upon all thofe independent members of who are fick of die din of party of Whigs as well as To whv both of diem as often changed dieir as tbjtr doatfct and places He in die laft upon what no Mintfter ever yet die Favour of die Sovereign united of the But upon diis laft I hall en large more particularlyin another and in a review of die late by the aid of that tpfaqat ouro HANWAYs Sevtatb Letter to PHILO PAUPERS Ltttirs received A Man of Ami Paul An Extract of a Letter from A part of our correspondent HiV letter is ratter too indelicate for publication but if be will ftnafor it to and return itfoon aftert it JlaUbave a place tin To the PRINTER of the WAS always a great admirer ef Pitt and I wlfh he had not accepted of a yet I am not one of thofe foolifh who or pretend to that all his powers of being ufeful to his country are flown tee caufe he it made a Peer on the I think he may ftill be of great fervice to his and of much more than any ether man could at this time of Hsbodily infirmities rendering him incapable of the duty of the Houle of and alfo of holding a place of immediate I his reafons for thefteps he has taken and good ones they well knowing he could be only ufefut by But hottld he not have taken care who he had put into die aclive msntsof bmfinefs Surely are of fome I he kept becaufe he was there If what Lord faid the chandler of die are proper qualifications for fohigh an his fecond choice is a good this will not do the nation wont be take the advice of a fi alter or you will fall by fuch 3 We have keen obtigid to omit a part of this at it Jrvm its to be not only nary danger out t fat very Uliktralt We could wijk in ibt prtfent political difputtt ivtici threaten to be carried fo a great our eomfpondents would confine their or ctnftire to rut The private tf Minijten and Queers of State the public have netting to do luitb t their affiant at are fair fotdfyr afcujpmt alsne ought ta revftn axdjujlice te be debated Wben a contrary proceeding it it tayi Hi wider tbe dtfagreeable neceffit of making alteration anf emittingparts of fucb both at regard to ftir mvn find common may Hienfgufingiomanjofwr ctrrejpondenti t tt nvojd trouble dijpleafurt Jo ivbf may favonrat tuiitb tbtir nuemofi Jteartify retimaend decency find tandtr for boiveVer fotaf isarm writers tnaycottfounfffiem tbirt is a wide dijfereuci teivjetn fpirit and rancor and are 9JI apt to fall into jjtcb a aft moft ready to actufe others tberewtb of ibis tut have a recent inflaaee in a figried Fifty dated In Auglift in regard to a hair the m ferted in our paper of Friday tefi if has traujgreffed tbe btundt of diceny in btf iue fuhnit it to our Fifty iitbttbtr trim reaftx 8 this ibis likely It Surety And bis vaijt to fie tbt aiitbor and printers eari a roo me a proof tSe Jame rancorous Jpirit tobitb te burnt to eindnift tit Td die PRINTER of the If you think the following attefepted Ift die manner paftorat Bird tnVlate will be entestaining to rea your inferting U will Yoor humble G R I E F A PASTORAL E lambkins that wantonly unfed to the fold Yon hall crop die fweet verdure of When Corydons bofom is Where yonder fad branches of Yevr Extend oer the churchway Yet weeping witii faftfaHing The allies of Laura are Ye hepherds who hear me And blame me in grief that I pine Which of you can point out a Whofe forrows are equal mine I My Laura waa blyttie as the was gentle and oft as the dove t She was and And fair as die Mother of On her cheek glowd the rofes of youth j Yet they alas I in their bloora i Her brtaft was the Mannonof Truth J Yet now he lies dead ill the Sweetmyrtles with woodbines I An off ring for Laura to bring j The rofe arid the lilly I join The iriftocent childran of The garland I wove for Her Where choice flowret Muft now on her graveftone be widi Corydons Ye ghofts that at midnight are feeh To glide by the mefeora pale light j Ye faries and the Ye gobtiiis and fpeftres ofnight i Defpairing while dius I Be you my companions I Ah why am not your Since my joys are depafteSf and gontf the fad branches of I foon with my Laura ball i Then my grave hall be moiltend with And the turf hall it light on wy breaftj Give Alexis my pipe arid ray reok j For to him they alone hould Who can fit all the day oer the And rehearie his lovd Corydons His care on the Yewtree hall mark The lay which my fate hall in the fortj yielding Shall weep as he graves the fad verfe HERE Corydonj pridd of the In one tomb with his Laura is laid j In his death he was joined to his love j Oh pay a fad tear to his hade t His flocks from paftures at Alexis hall drive to the fold He hall tend them with care atfid delight Now Corydods bofotii is To die PRINTER of the YOU did me the foniC time to fert in your paper a tetter of mine upon the fubjeftof a conteft between the Honourable Com miffioners of Paving for and the try of Martin in the about Widening public but dahgMOHS paflaje of by which I and wrote as a fufferef by that not as a party anywife interefted in the which I declare I am nor ever expect to be j nor mould I have troubled you again on the but that fome perfon in Public Ad vertifer of the i9th given a kind of evafive and fatirycal apiwer to ami which I ivould hav replyd to but I did not cbiife to do it till I had informed myfelf of tne real ftate of the and which I find to bs incontrevertibly thus That the parifti of Martin in the Fields has now more burialground than they cVn exhauft thefe hundred barring a peltilencej whicIMJod for That the very buildings requifite to be removed are fo old and and fo ill adapted for the accommodation of the Poor that thty require re building but aftudlly muft bt pulled down in a few years That the fat fo high in the will not exceed if properly attended to by taking the beft offer for doing of if a buil der Be a fome years hence may coft than x fome paft Examples ThlPthe prefent building requires to be altered from Its iaeonvenieney in many reffe6lsi amongft others the windows now fronting forte public from whence the pariQi Poor are fuppljed with li to thetgreat prejudice j and the fink of it linking the mple Tcaf if the veftry gtrda as they have done it coft them irnjch to lawyers for oppofing and plaguing the as will defray half therefcuifift ef
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