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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 26, 1766, London, Middlesex the Gazetteer and Mew M 687 i T U S D A Y AUGUST 1766 HA V his M A E tfT Y G o M r A N A in the HA v the ijih will be per formed a Comer called T PROVOKED HUSBAND TWiily by BAR R Y HURST Count Palmer Squirt WttSTON John MGeorge Confta Lewis Morten Lord Town lys fctrv Keen 5 Franks SHUTER Lady Johnfba Mhfs Mifs Gifpin Mifc Maden j Walton Mo Worley Lady With EMTEUTAISWBNTS of Bf A u D and Mifs S T R B t T To will be G H A f of S C A P I The principal parts by SHU T B Murden Boxes Pit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery pit and galleries to be opened at five the boxes To begin exactly at Np pvrion can admitted the ituies are ddired to tend their fervants at four to keep Places fo be as of at ihs Mid FktliHOLDJiRS TJIS baen gracloully pleafed to Xj appuint ate jointly with Lord to be Fmatterof tbe my feat parliament is thereby become vacant I therefore humbly intreat the your vote and intereft at the next afluring you of my Iteady attachment to the laws and liberties of this and of my grateful attention to the and profperity of my who upon fo many regard to Their and CEORGE The misfortune I have met within breaking my I pltnid my excufe for not making a art HcTtop XX 7 limed ma T T the profits of to branches ot trade in the NoneJput principals will be treated withstand Jhofe fending their real nftuies and places ef w advsr ttlemeni is fuch as can and will be No lets than four thuuland will be fumcient to tarry on the manufactory toifrfall It would fuit any as little er noattendance required The honour and fecrecy may relud directed to at the bar of theMarlborougii near Carnabymar wiil be properly S T A i E L O T T TO per deduftefl fttwlv the hares aad INj but fix pounds from the itifteadof ten j notwkbfUndrog they are fold the ioweft tbe gaguft examined and at their State Lottery in ths Poul facing of ten puuiidtHtach iiTtne laft Schemes theiLottery given gratis j land duly correfpondentSjlikewifeall aaem bers of may depend on their having their and oh the moft rea fonable and the money remitted them for the andblanks as fbonas drawn j and all bufmefs the Lottery wkh greateft dnunag of the Lottery will Vf the lyth of Noverobr er and f itreetj near having opened his takes thi method to folicit the no tici of bis friends and the He buys and feUs ail forts of books with him will be found the new in a cplieftion of the belt modem avithors in variety of Coin of ami plain j o va rious couples arid tea paper bjue and fbaibled 5 emboflect tiffue and Foqkeubooks and in with filver an4 other aiid affes flein pocket bpoksapd and rfome 5 crow miills and Seal ing ivory knives and and Ja and ink Ink pewter aad lead gafiesi Meffage Epers and Mogul and Harrys Shining and Ebony black leail ilates and Copy memorandum ihop books Orderr from the country ponclaally aad iinme draiely particularij by coaches or carriers tallinoat rhe Man and Oxford Road or the White Ebraries ca argues writings and meflage cards engraved or Itt Any gentleman or kind enough to make of Ihop for their puSlica may depend on due attention to the interclt aH1 tne Tw day is V ii CATALOGUE of ths entire LIBRARIES of SAWUEL Archdeacon of lately deceafetl j of aBarrTiter at retired Pwiftree aivl of feveral other valuable Parcels of Wiiich make together a fine in almoit every clafs of and in the ancient and modern many of the Bookfr are io elegant and curious The are printed in the and marked in ihe firlt leaf of Anl the lah will con tinue till all the are By B E N J A Ml W H I T A in next who the utoDft valus for any Library or Parcel ot may be had at the place of fale and From the POL exienfivt Salt T H B G A fcfiT E a A N D NEwDAiLSf jttntdtittbtvariety txbannels through ivhicb it paffet bat lately beta tb mtans of detecting fo many and of ap prehending fo many that it may H proptf to give THIS PUBLIC That tht all infermatiom of this ftnt to Bo w R s E will bt conftantly inferted in THIS PAPER aai tj SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by PAWN BROKE J SILVERS MI ITABLK BUYERS OF SECONB H A ND c to frw robberies tfcape detection tfitiully if ALL make ufeof the fame paper to advertife their lilies g The WARNINGS from SOLUSMI fitd evirj thing lojt in the or toy art for immediate aityatcb to pawnbroker 6y t trmttr of thi The Author ot the following Work in the courfe of his Tour through frequently been an ejfe witnefs to the impositions and other which his countrymen were ob liged to fubmit for want of a proper DIREC TORY that have 311 wered his in unufualfale of the firtt edifion which was published about the middle of lait June a fumcient This Day is price A NEW EDITION of THE GENTLEMANS in his TOUR through Wrote by an Officer in the Royal who lately travelled on a which he moftfincerely recommends to his country Not to fpend more msney in the country of our natural than is requiiite to fuppart with decency the cbaracler of an Primed for at LudgJteftreet and at CharingcroYs Rob in New iiond ftreec and in Corn hill day are two pocket price or The lecood corrected and to YOUNG WOMEN By JAMES Printed for and in the Strand j Dod in Failmail and in Paternoltcr alfo of Pallmall in New jhuKUtreet Piccadilly JWattciv Ctwrinercrofs j without Templebar Richard fon and t Royai Price To the PRrNFER of the H E hath wifely placed filver in the Weft and gold in the may betimes be inllrucleti in die of cpm by means of the fca unites and the lia Our Eaft India Company hath greatly availed themfelves of this winch is the foul of their They out our filver to the and bricgback the rich produc tions of though not gold in yet khfwer to us all thy iiies of that precious With Eorftenr whtn we fometimes uaves in at with all in Europe or the manufactures of by ouf kill in traf are made and actually do our couiitiy as efiential fervices as if they were worked up at Severatiof the eaftern gifts of arealfo in our hands materials df important ufefe in our honoe ma If thefe productions were natives of Our we had beJbn at this moment deprived of the many hips which are conftructcd for the purpofeof bringing them as well as of thole failors which are annually employed in the Companys fer Nor would our in that be ployed in faHricating thofe of ours which are fold in and on the coait of It but too that few of our manufactures are carried thofe conn trie compared with what might be there if trade was properly afttl every advantage laid hold ot which nature and our arms have b llowed on us in Bengal and its dependencies are now oWs Ocr republic commands in that extenfive and rich conn we might introduce into thofe parts of the now fubjecl to our domi our our manner of cloathing without the ufe of violence for the orienralitis moft like inhabitants of other might eafily be induced to imitate thejr aud modes of There fomethihg in the inhabi tants of thofe which fenders them averfe to the receiving of directions from The in entertain a mean opinion of all perfons engaged in traffic j on the other they ahnolt worfhip The inhabi tants of Bengal ai in a very particular remarkable for this dafturillyjteinper ef Coii rage is not a plant of rim and they look with eyes of the mofl abjeiTt veneration upon military whom conlidcr as the Lords of the the arbiters of and the partitioners of Thefe Indians are a moft difpirited fet of mortals Their Ikeleton fed only on rnd ave entirely deltiture of that native vigour which fo itrony di ftinguifhes our couatrynien fiom all other I defire to alter that effiminacy I would be loth to root out ef the hearts of thefe our new their favourite which have fo largely contributed to give us that empire over tliem we now What I propofe to engraft on thefe miilaken a proper political which may redound ftitl more to our advantage than any benefits which can other wife be rtaped from Lord dives victories in In j oil The Indians contemn an manners Let us therefore indulge them in an lifh furrounded with all the luftre of mi litary immured among his prohi bited to engage in A fmall portion of our arny would be fumcient to unpreii Indians with a refpXlful Bpittioo of oar Monarch and hh Three regiments would be enough o ftrike terror all over arid tirixa yid our military Quaefkar would eafe the Eali Iiidia Company of the expence and trouble collection of the revenues of conquered Thefe revenues are ours by theJnw of as eing a conqueft made under andthe Eaft India Company are riot entitled to them by heir Why then fiiould tlrey not be applied o their natural the great of paying our national encreafuig our linking and lef ening our It a vulgar but as falfe that our Miniltry ought to wait the judgment of Parliament before they lay their barids on the roperty of the nation in the Eaft I mean our conquefts in Bengal and its exptcT tluU an adminiltratUn fo nuch occupied as in gorging themfelves with he loaves and the fifties at will once thjnk of lire diltant provinces5 or that a who a bul is intent on impoverifhing the will ever ufe any means to enrich This Miaiibry well enow that their reign will not behalf folong as the duration of aa Ealt Iiulia They give themfelvesthe trouble to orderthe nation into the poflefllon which will ne ver copu tinder the difpofifiorv of their Chancellor of the It that tlte Cnwvn is vefted with the whole executive and is in pofleflion of every authority in aw to enable its officers feizc thenational domi and bring the fruits and of thsm to account in theExehequerfcr the And I wiU Sir that theMini are under a ttridt afl tirri to that important partof their in obfming that the high trufls repafed ia our with to the patrimony of be properly executed it is tnatfo reign the property of the Every rlght to feize hi pwn property herever he it hall we theudeivy Vlor the great trultee of the an aulhohty1 which we allow be to the meaneft guardian in thi kingdom Our Prince a limited but he is not liaiited from doing He is limited from opprefTing but not from defending the rights of tlis and watching aver its property there he is as Captain General of our forces by fea and uasOur nrmy and our navy at command for our defence and protection in all our juft high quality he grants us letters of when injured by in the fame he may fcize the national property forour in whole hands foever it may conclude that the duty of our Minifters to rcfcuethe national property in Bengal from the rapine of the and bookeepers of the India Com without uaying till the meeting of tre It is certainly rfieiisto exert thy of the Crown over our provinces in the place them under a conftitutional and put the re venues in the way of being accounted for to the public and their negligence in this refpecl in our prefent inuft be regarded by ail men of fenfe as an omiflion of a very fatal anddeAruclive Tha Dutch have always carried and military eftabjifhmeuts into thofe Esftern coijn tries which they have been able to And the good tfF6ls of that wife pwcaution have been obvious in all Uieir as well as in theex tenlion of thefales of thofe European commodities in which they thought proper to Why then mould not we convinced by this as well as by that notime is tobe loft in carrying into an arrangement of fuch confequence to England enemies in ttij late war i They alcribe all to the wifdom of plans and the vigour of his councils This we We who are not d Kited with the glare of with the furface of ob are bold to declare our th ugh diffe rent from tHatofthenvoliituJc a truth to appear in youi So little do we owe to the wifdom anjf one or the whole Miniftry tuar was blundering manner on the fart tjf than tbe late war to tte end of tit iftte Jo Jar at tbe CABINET was Never had Great Bri tain fo a lift of heroes Sii thie fea and land and never braver bands were Jed to than thefe officers and and ne ver did Mkiitters know how to employ fuch ii luftrious thele we un er all our plans tlie excutionof them t They were fent on fj Is but hey found mens and perfonned if yet fo infatuated we been to heap a I the laurels the brow of one robbing the re 1 heroes of their bought and their merited to the great ciicourngernent real To enumerate every inltance of weaknefs and f 4ly in our boafteJ would be endiefs j let a few leading fJrokej fuffice at To pafs ovsr thole mighty pa rades on the Coaft of Frante which excited ter oF air ainoiig three three with a great fleet ami a embarkation of to the Coaft of looked at then catns home again omts other exploits as inDrc flial here Jgft unnoticeU bloojy fcene carriedon in North anong the French fugar prove the ulime wililom of him who held the key of at that After a bioociy war on on two at lait it Tnto ourheads to employ our fiiipuing and marines A farce wis fcut ivfcr An OLD ROMANto Letters received the Han way s njnth and tenth letters 19 Philo Lover of Correlpondept and tbe C iftbe fums attctttd as revjtorjf to the was though voifufy wt vujt decline inferring that fent A concern iti wf ich tht little The JivenndJbreepence hi returned at proptr crmejfenger with atoktitfrom We friend Knd twill excuje tbe of bis Signed A Difconfolate as itfeems rather a than a public To the PRINTER of the XTOUR A MAN differing in opinion from ftctalt man of candour and decency j With fuch meo it is a furetohold an aigument and IJiope we hall keep to fair argument and plain without that afperity and rancour wtuch too frequently is inixed in religious and political Kvery in the nation muft allow that Jthe poi Htical character of the lafe Great a is become a fubjeft of ferious and jninute en His characleu is en tirely Out of the queftioh in this rafter as a a Mimfter n or rather afelfiiifcarrieii Mintftert are nTJefts of fiee anl iei Let us not but freely difctfft and let it be laid down a rule deciuve among that and betrays of truth and fair By am to be tried and may brooght to the fame touchftone i All the partizaris ahd admirers of late Greati hdiir lay the wlioleftrefs of their argunienti on of ths nation againft heir to the that the at it If h they fcund OiSt for oihcr and the cjnqurfft of this lait was ateliieved with difficulty and ard was very near being 1 ft From thtit time Martinico wa left for two as if it Lal been imprrgnbe while thetiFft caropayn of the prefent reig i was Kly fpent in tlie famous fiege of Beleifle where our men brains out againft the ricks in an en terprizeas ufelefi to the and as ridiculoui in the eyes of wife as the annual taking ths Dunghill at while fnecred treated for end our great blufterfed the conqiivft orBtlleifle only reafon 1 ever given this rhsre was nohingelfe to go and we mutt tight the French fbmewhere though Martinico nnd and the parr of were then unconquend and no body can fufpect Minifter guilty of great complalfance to the Spa niards at that with whom he at aJl to come to open rupture ken Kroui the above we may fea the Miniftsr reaped the lau whoever earned them j that he ws praifed fcr the plans never dreamt of and the plans he though in their own nature con fequentiy were never alledged agaimt him but againft the perioni becugfe they could not prrform things Having I inuft dtfer the c uiciuiijn tf thefe plain remarks anotbsr To T BEG leave to obferve to the above A that havfe attended to the that been inferred the puolic in order to tnftance the value of the ftoclc on pne tide 5 on the con the uftlefs means tlwt tfiktn on the cthtr to deprecHtre the vake of it j wbich is nothing but the guggling of ftck jobbers to raife or lower it according AS they have bcUght or fold tTmea kind of dealing which every Fairpro wift could bt put an end to but as I thiiik it to tlat it fliould I recommend it to tbe ffoprietors in gencrai not to attend whitt is puc into but wliat Stock is to he worth nfter otbegreatadvantsg s We In ye ohtatned by the wife oftorJ Clirc and then eiffler ouy or as they flinll jinlge molt for their own I nothhig more by this hint than piribnfroih being P To the Pklis7 i 1R or the G HUMPHRY hahei in paper of this afcei the caufe of his misfortunesand t are in no hurry to make a I biliive this to be feften rhc caJs j therefore JhuuM be glad you will inftrtjfiiis ia your he or other ijr any cf yiMu ponded to give intelligenfcp allows to the cledit rs en afrer ths iwnjar received U affiances are AuVvd to act them when Of thatis to ihey and iett it to the tenant advanced anJ fucha tUsir pockets An arifw r ethers as as iout A toVER of V T T E E is aid there djfcofcrtd a i of in coinhK notssjandhtiis of three huiureil itul njst jj eaied five httnclrtj Inineftj trudef naen and thtir Will be ruiutd Uy tens of
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