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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 27, 1766, London, Middlesex                                H A V BY MAJESTYS At1 the OPERA in the HAY A THIS the will be per D HUSBAND by B AR R Y 5 HURST j Palmer Squire WFSTON John Bitrdeni MGeorge Confta Murden j Lord fown SHUTER 5 MGeorge Tobnfton 5 Mifs Gjipinj Mifs Maden Welton j Mo Worley Lady With ENTERTAUJMENTS of ARNAUD and Mifs To which will be The CHEATS of S C A P I The principa parts by Mr Firft Gallery Upper Gallery The pit and galleries to b opened at five the boxes at To begin exaftly at No peribncan be Admitted behind the Jjidies are denied to fend their fervants at four Regir little By Viwmt AUTHORITY By Defire of fevernl For the of F A W C E T tlie NEW on Monday being the ift ot se prefented n called The CONSCIOUS Young Banifer Keafterry Sir JoTin Ackman J BranibyJ Love j FAw Smih Lucinda Love Croisj Mils Pearce End of Afts and Dancing by Sjgnoi and and Mifs With L FAVOURITE Sung by Mr F A W C E T III Anew Gentle Idle Trifling by Aft bright as the let by Aft A To which will be added A As will be exprefled in the bils of the 41 The Songs will be and delivered igraus at tbe Thsatre the night of Gallery To begin at fcveri way be had attbe Tfteatre Met intereft of their country for yet they would without that one half of the nation mould be bribed to betray the virtue and welfare of the This is jaft fuch an intarice of modera as if a hired by a guardian to dtfpatch a i ich orphan under his care mouldpioufly refufe the fervice upon the common terms of but fliould readily agree to cut the orphans throat on condition of inheriting all the The pre tence of fuch fervices have been the conftant and fach fovereiga powers have been the conftant re ward of all thole Whiggifh who have un dertaken to bleed this ifland in a foreign and unna tural The Majefly of government has baen defpoiled of its jult and difabled from grati fying real and private in order to fatiatethe avarice of thefe executioners and not only but nlfo while they have pretended to be doing neceJJarj fervice to the hand that employed they have been always found to kick againft the and re bcllioufly to have exercjfed that delegated to rule in fuch a manner as to overule and tram ple upon the power that beftovved Thofe faiwe who undertook to vitiate tlie manners of the and beat down all have at from agents of become leaders Of oppofition Juit thus it was at when Caefar employed his military to fubvertthe re publican the imperial dignity fbon af ter bowed its neck to the which had beeh em ployed to fubdue the ftate and aftr having performed the appointed proceeded next to make and unmake Caefars at its If the means in the two cafes be the one open the other a more fecret power of yetthe effefts have been the fame for after c inquer ing the virtus of their the conquerors have in their turn forded over by their An inftruftive JellMi not to purfue partial ends by the of bad men Yet thefe are tlit who nfcvyttbreaten oppofi and thefe the meafures which they have pur and would ftill purfue but which are evi dently of fucii a as have been equally detri mental to the mannerf of the natisn for while this cabal has been fatuting its own it has en under the fpecious name of and by an affectation of courting popular fuch a and contempt of civil authority both in England and as are ma nifeft indications of a tendency to democracy and Throthe means of trimming cabal we have lived to fee the when the popn lace of America have been in open rebellion and that of England has often had fufiiciency to under the name of their wife recom mendations the choice of with the fa their that its into all the feats f th minifterial whip is fnatched from the hands of and therewith the worth and importance of the The catoninetails is at length and the beagles once more permitted to follow tfie cry of reafon and In confequencei reafon will again reaffiime its will exert its due and direft all the fit to be trulted with the ufe of to fupport the autho rity of a virtuous adminiftration in everything which hall tend to the real happinefs of old from the Letters rtceiveii An Unpenfionfd April Snap J To the PRINTER of the GAZifT AViNG judicious letters upon the luxury of the times in the it would give me pleafure to have room afforded in that parer for the following rtfloclions on that tranf for the fake of the Englifh reader out of Taci Annal 51 and your fumble An OLD H Majefty haying been gracioufly pleiOed to appoinf me jointly with Lord matter of the jay feu in parliament tkereby become 1 therefore humbly intreat tbe honour of your and intereft at next you of my fteady attacliment liberties of this and of my erateful attention to the and urofperity of my who upon fo niany fcfwn fuch an affectionate regard to Their moil and Molt obliged humble GEORGE The jntrfortune J have met with in breaking my I plead for milking perlonal application at a will be E NEW SATIRICAL Tlxe P R E C I At the ffutf timt tviil N S B N Fur tlit Utters POUDO An lafl To the of the Hanover has as I have hewn it even one un expected advantage to this by afiifting to lepofe the high by introducing in their place the friends of liberty anjjjjie pe0pje yet jt has not been Uft detrimental in another by ccntrikniting to augment the exorbitant power of at the of as To fecure allies the cpntinent favourable to our own and at enmity with and to thefe eur friends in a manner Hot in confiftent with our eifential nmft ever be policy for this ifland 5 at the lame thtfe eirentiaiinteretts muft ever juftiy the nu to take upoa its own moulders the whole burden ot a continental merely preferve a German froin military execution J5ut this natknv generaHy two moch in Its lober has at all times givtn to a feififh mirtifter a favourable pretext to his own by underrakingfto manage the voices of aad lead them to couifent oa continental fer the mere prefer of tfee even again ft dieir own fenie inclination 5 and by unucrtaking npon the moderate condition of having all the of the Crown at to b fiftiribuid among needy and that is to the hypJcritical gai b out fo and Chathams penetration therefore without doubt feen the advantage which an adnrimrtration muft have tkat mail correfpond to the mixed nature of our which ftall fleer in the middle tween the two of Tory imperipufhefs and Whiggiih reiaxaliottin tbe exertion of civil and thuspoflefs the virtues of both without theirde fefts the effscH of which wiH that hereby the people will be relieved from all apprehenfion of any undue txtenlVn of and at the fame time tbeMajtJtyof government refcued from flavery to iu Sucba Miniker muft needs become equally and in favour with the as in confidence with the rational part of ths nation fince it will be in his power to keep out of and render ineifbftaal efforts of all hoi men of both as in the cafe of two buckets in the when the one is up the other is j f j the chief view of both Whigs and has been only to depofe and t4msle down one another from power and A which fliall fo feat itielf upon tlie ballancc as to pre vent the vitious principles of either party from pre pondersting in the muft prove the greateftbe nefaclors to this diftrafted fooner or cannot fail to obtain a juft They will perform the fame office of mediation the contending as the Houfe of Lord between the power of the Sovereign and No party in fuch an have reafoiv to complain of excluded and profcribed from the graces of the but of all de nominations called in to allift the ftate will the Nobility be degraded from their and forced to afk favours from fome one upltart but all in general be admitted with their rtquefts to the foantainhead of Can then tbe prin cipal fupport of fuch a Miniftry as this Be with uf tice termed a or not rather the chief pillar of the ttate which whejj once im mediately will the floodgates bit gain for the torrent of party while Cliatham continues to be fupported by Camden on the one and Grafton on the that by the fpirit of Liberty as well as need not fear but that public profpefity will be the end of their joint ministerial and Liberty wlch Jultice the means of obtaining ijjarl may appear tohave deftrted this patriotic placing hlinfelf at the bead of a and lately a Tory ca bal if his ftftiSitH be and for private reaibns not fit to be known to thepublre yet the efforts of exploded caute an avail but little iii fcut I cannot cafiy from a few flight the two EvUaie not HI as hearty friends as the two brothers or as and though Niddy the old a ambitious but dif appointed retire in along with the ich had e crown t bruiting IN the rrfgn of the JEdiles with the luxury of the No regard wns paid co the fumptuary hws things for jid by thofs liws to be when advanced above a certain were openly bought and fold in the public though the price was above the and perpetually This was a diforder that did not admit of an eafy remedy it there laid before tbe andby the Senate re ferred to the Tiberius cqufidercd the cafe attentively he thought it was very uncertain whether he with the ex ertion of all his keep this lawlefs profuuon within bounds and if he that it very uncertain whether this reftrhftion would not be at tended with worfe evils than it was defigned to re A failure in the attempt would leflen his and fuccefs iu it would give offence to the men who muft be expofed to in and After revciviag thefe things in his own he wrote a letter t9 the Senate upon tiif fubjecl in the following s is fenrdty any other O Confcript but tHat which you have now Submitted to my in which I fhould not always ba glad to be and freely give you my opinion J but I could have wifoed the prefent cafe had not been laid before after your defcfiption of I am aadfr a luxury tbe face ojf If the ffidiles had confulted me at I be lieve I ihould have advifed them to fay nothing of a which has taken fo deep a root and got fortrong aa fince their fpeaking of it is only a public acknowledgment its ftrength and onr weaknefs Biit it may bo fajd thofe officers only did their duty the difcbarge oftheir has laid me under fuch a difagreeable that I can neither abroad looked Upon as the vveaith of atid hat is always jnademeft free It may be thefe great from our conquefts the tpnfu ption uxury a triflej and doss not require the regard and attention of our civil magiftrates 5 biit are as uncertain as th winuV and tides which bring thm tJ its and if our fo reign fupplies fhould fal will our Grovet and Villas fupport us To prevent this failure is thecnie ofthe Prince it is my arid a coiicern of the iivmoft int fince on it depends the wetare of As to the luxury complained every man fhould make it his own concern every man may find an antidote for it in his ovm mind j will prsferve ui from will retfrauf and fatiety will cure the If any li has ibeforti uce to reftrain it by lega authority in liiscxvii I hall honour the zeal of the ivan takes upon fo invidious an olnce But if any lvpc ro gat praile only for pointing out the licejiNouiuefs of ihe though they have the burthen DR tiie druigrr of reJlraining it to rliey miy tin 1 hsve no ambition to upon and un popular an The weighty of go vernment I fubaiu to peaiure icr thegood ot the ftate and they are that I ik I have a right to ove frcm rn islt sviry 3 Witiorial care that is not to be brought tj gcd or be of any fsrvice to you or to Thus lays the luitoiian luxury uiu to the care of the vEdiles and it had bng fl wnilied under their u continued to iK Ju tor many As long gavr men an arot it thtir tokctp it up tin rich and endeavoured to outvie etch in it 5 and tlvseuuil tion cxcciaiiig the bcunds of their to y upon the ef old nsw CDCS out o the coumn upplud their place they ttitir and fju plicity along with and retaintd be caufe then and it was their intcrift to avoid But after the Emperor Vefpafan luxvry under tlie greateft by his own crnduct his food and coaths were ot tbe utnmft and fnnplicity his frugality ftt the fwftveit oirt t and the great men vied with each other iu coming into Thus Vefyafnn did more for the of luxury by his than auy preceding peror by his fpeak upon the nor be filent with pro bufmefs in queftion falls propecly under the notice the things of higher moment demand the attention rinee j arid as every one is defirous of the of popular fo no one can be expscled to ftep dut of bis own to draw upon himfelf the ac ion of fuch as are But what mould be the firft objeft of attention What branch of luxury fhould we firft lop off Ibould we ccnfider firft the magnificence of and the of laird eccloied about tliem the number of fervants and the countries from which thofe fervants coihe ornaments of folid gold and and allonifhing works of art in brafs or wood the elegance of vcfts for men as well as and jewels for our la for which we give to foreigners and enemies our ARTICLE of INTELLIGENCE for the WE plearure of tne thit a ctr an great h fo much at heart the of the pi el sni exoibitant p ice of fome of the neceffAries of thitar their lait they fold the article common gieeii iev wear one millingin the pound cheaper tiiau itean be importtd from any foreign company the law only requires of thfrn to eiitiMon i pirrfitii foreign We hope tiiis truly a3 traordinary example will rOfo to 1jv raerchant who true to the fn tiie poor be fupplied witii as well as at leaft twenty pr under primt To the CITIZENS of L O N D O DO the ot the city of London aitord an example ot a gentleman being into the cilice of Sheriff who never refilled attr he became a the pjr advantage from his three clnl lately ferved the oflicj cf Shcrili for expenfivfi county If fuch an example cannot be foand in the city and one of the Sheriffs is ailiin that why was the eitCtcd into this burthenfotre and expenfiv ciTire How came the to Denominated Can nobody A COUSTRY I know this fort of luxury furniDies matter of con vrffation and fatire for many circles of polite com But if penal lawi enforced againft thofi very people would be the firit to cry that ihe city would be and its fplendor de ft this diforder has got to fuch an that cannot be removed without Nothing but a defperate medicine can cure a defperate A conftirtuion ever heated by luxury to the higheft cannot be reduced to a proper temperature without the application ofmedicines containing an equal degree of and the application of fuch will always occafion a vislent hifling and Luxury has fo long leaped over the bounds of lair with that flic is grown bold in her tranf grefljons bolder than if no attempt had been made ta confine An at his firft de viation from is timorous and afraid and afhamed of going too left a line fhould be drawn to confine his deviation But when that line U and after many repeat ed jhat he may ftill leap over it with impu he Iqjfes all fenfe both of fear and atime when frugality flouriflied at Romf without the fanclion of law then every man was a law to himfelf j he proportioned his expences to his and his income arofe from a certain eftac in this country ami was fixed and cer tain whereas now the income of many men flows from different and that in very uncer tain What men receive from conquered na tions is always a ftrong incentive to luxury wha nrifes from their own they look upon as their ufe with frugality vVlut fiom arrived the Holland 1 lie cth of this was much in the confines cf as we fome neighbouring placts but nc Julf The Sisiir Conli at as well in ia onlul of at in th arrived here a few days with his fret on board a galley from The pjccfrdins againft him are begun and i is on the firft interrogatory put to he acknow ledged his In h appearance his punifhaient win be July The Government knowing that the and whole aie provided with the quantity of 6000 rubbes to be tranlpfrted to the Ecclefiaftical conformity with the rcqueft which the Pope has made ro tlis Attgitjl The Count tie Lieutenant General of the Kings ajd of a re giment of his after playing the whole diy with his wait out in evening cf th loth this month to eake the air in hi His family finding he did not retain at went o ieek and touiirf hi a welrtring in in a wherein it is luppoied he luid pitched upon a large From the LONDON i A E T T The ing A Wrefs of the and General Aflenihly ot the colony of New been trniiTitied by Sir ilenry Bart Governor of Ntw has been piefenied to the King tlie Earl of Slitl hij rrunipal of Stae which Adiirsis his was lOic ceive very To the Erceltant The humble duiiu of G vrraiP and of iae Coiojy t New Gracious and y or   

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