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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 21, 1766, London, Middlesex II T H A U G U S jor the BE B RI W E S T O MAjSSTYs T Ae THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY THIS being the of will be performed a called e BEAUX S T R A T A G E Archer by a Being hisftrft appearance on the ft Da vis j Palmer Bo Lewis Keen Hurft V Sir Charles Trueman j Scrub by W E S T O N MGeorge N End of Aft A favourite Seng in Love in a Vtfegft End of the Hauness on an by To wfaicii will be a called The C R U LOU S H U S B A N Taken fronvTbe OLD ThftCreduVMM Hufead by Who basnot performed that part thefe ten The hotife wiU be at fix and begin eiuftlyat Hf and places of ViwtBt yp W FREEHOLDERS County MIDDLE TjrrS been gracioufly pleafed to rf appoint me jointly with Lord to be of the my feat in parliament is thereby become I humbly mtreat the honour of your vote and intereft at the next afljiriog yqtt xtf my fteady attachment to the laws and fiberties of tins and of djy ray grateful attention to the and profpenty who upon fo rainy fliewn fuch an afRsftbnate regard txl Their mod and Moft dbHged humble J GEORGE The misfortune met with in breaking my I pTead my exeufe for not making perfonal application at att A N EX AMIWATION of the PRINCIPLES and A boafted a LATE fTusuT HONOURABLE He felt fromhis duty biff former fr an4 this he did fo that he feetncd to att men to bave loft wits when he left his oppjOfite BurHngtonhoufe by at B Uh at York Of jihoro may be into the Cosher of a LATE particuhrly in re his new THEMTic ACCOUNT cor price The HtsT3rity of the Pnce VAD3CH to uttiKjkt4 x SUMMER being a coHeSion of favourite performed at Vauxhall with tke Love and fimgbyMifs Thii executed in a more concife manner than any fb that a trouble fome feoff the inftrumental parts is tiling material M contained in Jhree the expenceto the part or and price of the book or left with Mils at the China in flic Coven t where by the authors appointment books aslikewifeat the O S B O R N in G R A Y s I N HAVLNGpurchafed the remaining copies of Scotts Supplement to Steveiiss Greek The Conftaritinuss andSCapuias t ftrraerly fold for two now them tillChriftmas for one guinea in or one pound fire miilrogi in half binding j atVei the tirae theftricewiilbe advanced to one pound ten Where maybe Baileys Etymological Engliih containing forae hundred words tn Johnfont by ft There are Very feiv copies left oiDr Januess in 1 Jiige for inedy Fold nine are oftere4 for tHl Chriftmas after which if any the price wfll be advanced to feven Now on fale one of thelargeft colleaion of all which will continue lelling daily till the ift of January Catalogues may kHi pric anSi the money to be given back wallowed with a difisaunt of and fifteen per in proportion to the fain are fome neat bookcsfes fo b of and feme manu and tivc F of Thofe who are fo happy as to ay vlH be conrinced can fcarce n andetegwt cme for fcotbwiic the it w fftiotftiffer the IM ft therein ia tfosinoft ftrrptifinR f infiriHble Jnanner it e w wai With weH ai the moft mve obftina mflammt pimpled oteverj kind 3 theTjlood as the kin the healthjeft new bom Any futher particuteTs 5f thwRht ne andtltie advice of ftitful fiirgeon to at in Bhwmftnnry 5 Eiince ffMinerab U foUinbontiM of a a m Ote i From the extevfcve Sale off HB ANI X NEW DAILY ADVERTISER to the variett tfifbaaneb through which it IMU lately btm meant of detecting fo many and of ap prehending fo many thift it nay In proptrto give THIS FUBLIC Tbat will be conftantly mferted in THIS SUCH INFORMATIONS art properly attendtJ to by SILVER SMITH BUYERS 0F JECONBHAND fftv robberies xviil efcapettettSionn if ALL PERSONS make ufe of the lame paper to advertife their loflei F I fi Lfi I The WARNINGS from and every thing loft in tht or toy are for immediate difyatcb Jilver bytbeprintfr of this This day is price at in Dedicated to the Right Earl AN E L E G Y on the late W Efq 0 fan of ibe How art tbnt I Tfrereader isrdefired tocarrefl thefollowing Stanza laft for read honours and Stanaa fecond for lead This daj is for the year Price in of THE PHILOSOPHICAL Printed for and over Trmterj to the Royal Of whom may be An Abridgement of the Philofophical Tranf from the Beginning in 1665 to by Lowthorpj and bejl ii and completed to the prefent Time by the Philofopkical TranCidtions at in in all Z5 to the Philofopirical and his Hiftory of the Royal Society j containing many curious Oifcourfesfound In Hie which were naver before publiihed with a fliort Account of the mod eminent with price in A Collection of the Yearly Bills of Mortality for loo With feme Scarce Treatifes on that Fublifked by the joint lab of fe veral learned Price For the letters foied A CO K S T ANT of the GAZET 1 EER TRAC ENEMY to PE To the PRINTER of the rnore much the more is what every theleait acquainted with the rnttft neteflaVily know of Pitts a drrn during PS1 f fornier fent reign lThn up for the mark of far this hitherto worthy pa triot may have afted for the good his the fuccefies it was attended with during his ma nagement fufficienry prove That we were run into an enormous by carrying on a general war by fea and land in every quarter of the is alfo evident but that part of that expence wouli have been if the prize not repaid in is undoubtedly had Pkts opinion been followed nor do I in any that we are blameworthy for prevent ing our enemies from arms againft our felves 5 for by the fame way of reafoning it is that the attack of the French merchantmen muft be doubly unjult j and that if I miftake was taken by the very men that oppofed Pitts opi It is of no confequence in the law of the fame was right or wrong 5 it plainly that the intelligence was well and method the ojily one that could at once have put a ftnaleud to the ambi tion of anjl reduced Ifcinfce to accept of pmce on our The idea of drawing the reft ef EtHrope on our backs was only the effsdl of fancy for when once the ftrength ofttoefe two na tions was deftroyed at eouMhavtfflorhing to fear from the relt of the nAval poWeVs Be might we hate ijtlmediately againft hiick with wondee at anti cipating her would have fcareely known liow to aft Thofe very who oppofed Pitt in his this foon after at a more vourabe The treasures taken would have ealed and the damage but lightly fallen on any but our own with whom larger part of private property was except what was belopging to the royal Treafury I need fay no more on this to diftinguifli it from the capture of the merchantmen at the breaking out of the war with Let us now fee the difference between the peace propofed and and the peace if I am hot re fufed to treat in any but our own language and by that means would have without the equivocations of the Isft treaty in regard to the Ca nadian Pitt refufed the lead fliare in the Newfoundland Pitt gave it is Guadeloupe but Guadeloupe was our then only conqueft in that part of the globe of any con fequence many not from fucceedtng but the adoption of his and we were in a condition to have given law to the whole Wherever Pitt is now to have no merit wherever he Pitt is blamed for having given the that check to the ambition of our own and one of the firft caufes of the together with the fandy It is Portugal might not merit much from us by the conduft he carries in re gard to ut but though we relieyedher from the then how have we let elcape the fecurity we hyi to keep her independent We ail know that it is to divert trade out of cKatinel though perhaps we might able it be to continue it through of Spain to her Indian The leaving the fortifications of the Havinnah undeftrojjed will in the an nals of pafs for an un pardonable overfight had been reftofed in a contrary ftate it migkt have fcrved for the ufes commerce its lying our a fcvere check on and an almoft certain fecurity for the who now withllanding all intentions towards is obliged adopt fuch meafures as her arnbitious backd with and feconded by fhall chufe to as without a ready compliance fhe fees no means of keeping her frdntiersfrom at he will be to whenever thefe nationsfind themfelves in a condi tion tofupportthe conqueit they now To fupport Pitts opinion in to the muft depend then condition of our arms j nor can it be any exeufe for the innumerable errors of the that in retaining cf conqnefh they adopted his plan I am pretty confident a French Miniftry would never have made tke fear ofthe at tacks of a rnovive for giving up her con quefts and fhould he ever become pofleffcd of any ofonr WeftIndia will not permit ibofe very great advantages the inhabitants of the Grenades have had in felling their plantations For confide a ble futns more than they were worth for it is paft a had they been forced to or give up their they would have foon if not our at leall our civil government and as one and the chief reafon for not retain in jj more though peace might as eafily been was our want of people to how ftrange and inconfiftent witli the motive was the end We retain the innumerable woods and uncultivated forefts of the Candy foils of and the iflands of WeftIn dies 5 and the only fettled lying at a remote from the we purchafe over again of its at more than the fee fimple and by this are forced aJfo to find inh bitants for its Thus then our pesce is made could Pittj without head a worse It ieems as if our then Governors were in every re fpecl with the of the and ignorant of the progrefs of the Weftern parts of onr provincsK almolt and IjQth offer an unbounded refource fortheconfumption of our own it were impoflible for theie Hi to interfere in any branch of out trade j and laying afide the prodigious fuuds for our naval and by taking off from the American con tinent large fupplies divert their atten tion from manufactures and in the end de ftrucYive of the mother country They opened to us a way of eafing in fome of the great burthens the ambition of France had brought I mean cff of t of the draw back on and if it fhould have been judged the bounty on I am that far from hurting our other WeftIndia which was iriade the irafon of thefe the prices oi their lugars would have rather been bettered by as every one acquainted with trade knows that an article is much better fupported by few than many and all would alike have been charged with a It might be to that France would have ftill been able to imderfell us at foreign Domingo might have fupplied their iiittrnal but it would fcarcely have gone To this I might no fear of encroachment in cur African trade and though by giving up fome fisheries might have fucceeded in the river yet little could have been done more tlwn for their own if the Bay of Gafpa had remained in our poffdlion nor Siould we have fo much to as by their footing at Peters and Miqutlon for urge as much us you will the pa triotic principle to the commercial very few will adopt when their own intereft points u different The poffeffion of Canada would luv given the French a but part of the fur ti byineans of Hudfons was before and by laying it open might have been raudi augmented aad though we loft we had for our own a and our ma iKifaSures would not have been prejudiced by an in rroduftionof French into our as the car riage by land would have been much too tedious and whereas now often by the proximity of the prefent So far therefore in regard to the continuance of the war and the making of the Let us proceed to the arrangement of the which it is lef ft much in What fteps have any fucceeding taken to relieve us from the bur then we groan that they have a right to blame their The fucceeding Miniltry to Pitt borrowed fargefums of and at xhe clofe of the the memorable with ten per will never be If Pitt lead us into which a word much talked of but little tnight have does it take off from the fucceeding administrations any in not ordering things by finding fault with J amperfuaded ibihething might hnve been had proper Init every man gceat at all thing nor can lefler objtfts be regarded when greater are ipnderconfideration much ofthe reafure fo liviflied appears to have centered in ourfelves and if ny thofe who audited the accounts are more fo than thofe who fur niflied as it is impolTible for nny one to judge whether properly applied ox till fuch ac counts are produced if to the great ex pence the means of were at the fame time the diftrefTes arife not from the but rni the method tafftn Pitt rhere fixre is but the are tojbe for aot adopting tfc ffs which long before have greatly relieved How iinpotent their meafures for the glory of their KJng the nongayment of the Manilla ran the dedufrion the Canada and the filuation of pjainly And as came into adonniftration when the natioii funk under ibHjvow does ufe words joined towhat I fejt per mittedto fay it pirfillanimous rpeafures hive no win volved us And rhegreateftcry raifed againfthirri is by one wliorn nobody wculd have had not joined him as an aflTpoiate j anii like the an the coach woncfers the ditft has and oppcfcs every meaftire of that whom his name had bef n buried in for iefitfingf to permit him to bring in thofe who if not the at leaft the makepSj to of the in of cepting of the title Majefty has this ilutfrknis Ceoyn jjerr order fqr is if his future meafuresare in coiiforatitt wltjj twformer it matters if the sKgcf the Earl of futficiejnt are for the pab ijc no matter by what means brought nor through what channel conveyed as the Earl of Chatham has no reVl went to his conn try j it is true we fccm ex mipies in our oun dread but till that as we yctro it isinjultice to ftigmatize whoma little vhie we of laft faw times incapable of attending the of Comnons i had he accepted the or the 1 t whatwould have been to lie muft bave the bufiuefs ftill bat if he fliaaldbe he may ftill acl in concert wit the and thv tional affairs not betlelayeftonnccoufit ofUs ill of Jt vve lot of Pitts eloqiiepce in the Lower Hpufe j allow itoutfUl toTafc nofarther the mei fures hepurfues the if ft is happy us that this j and we ourjht rather to our tor accepting a at the time otbtrrs fuied it PuJtney took his ambition of his who was no Lady in her own Mn at the end of his a wide difference between thefe and this laft We have once before feen Pitt cried down as now 5 like an exception in rules of if our baft men did fomerimes under ahnoft universal as yet never found in the A UuC my purfue the paths rhat may direci you to your countrys good 1st not mean nor fly ba to firm rtfowes to out deftroy every fcheme th t tends to the definition cf country by Tapping the roots of the confl tution i As Sir Hubert Walpole firfl caued uarlia for the more retaining of be it your my to thecon ftitution to its original form We Aal then nothing to frar for our nor will our minds befo much corrupted by the eager dclire of fitting hr the Houie of when it depends only on a three years continuance Be it your en my to fet afide the interfering of the adminiftnition in the returns o nor help tlie nnian with its own to add to the degeneracy of the peo by bribing for tfifir votvs Remember alfo that the eal intention of the is not to vacate the feat but to prevent any biailed by that means to the meafure of the from retaining his power in the Houfe of Commons thefe chief branches re loppd and the others may be ceeded on of courfe And us one kad meafure condu ce to miny we will hope thsfe good ones may in the end be productive of a total diffolution of the Excife a decreafe of the number of officers in every department ofthe Jlate anew method ofcpl lefting in a more faving manner the taxes already laid by laying on fome others which tnay pointed out to your obfervation take off thofe which feem bent on the ruin of the and the cf the trade of thefe kingdoms t Beit your care my to preferve inviolable the Jinking fund by it alone our be they ftill more may be paid cvin perhaps within the knowledge of this prefent If my judg ment err this method mull conduce to your Lordfhips real and make happy a King willies are certainly for the good of his and who cannot but retain a jult of the pkafure you will give in making him his name ho noured and and his reign compared to that of Augultus j with this remarkable altera tion for the that in bycountenancing he laid the foundation for the Roman ruin j whereas in that of George the by a well tidied and a total fup prtfllon of theie mult in the end was laid the foun dation of the fuccceduig grandeur ofthe Britiih To the PRINTER of rhe Dog ftar tis a or Partirjjits Isltt is a very prevailing fault among1 rhe people to be over haiiy in delivering their opinions their impatience is fa great th it they rell ro give time to judge concerning a matter but things muft even be they appear at nrit either right or Many perfcns do riot fee their miftake till it is too and their lei they repent them of their iiltinied People oftentimes thsmfeivfs ievere fufferers by their over gre t in matte et befcre they are well ac
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