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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 28, 1766, London, Middlesex vji M T HtJ R S 0 f rty B B A OPERA in the HAY the wiU be t N G L E A BARRY JphnTon Aickm 5 ItevUj Hurft r Palifcerj W MGeorge Matth C gentleman Jehnfton R Madden B A B9xes riHt Gallery 1 The pit to be 4 No jjerion oe admil Ladies are keep places little id the jeir fervante at four ic the laft time of performing C6LB by FOOTE Richard Aickln i Sir William Cattle tte M Pavis j Palmer v MGeorge WESTON S by MtfcvGtLTI End A by Arnaud for fliat AT GROTTO this Thurfday will be performed A of Vocal and Inftrumental The parts and MUs who will introduce feveral rfeAv may be Had at Utter in rite Borough and at the bar of the Gar doors to I and the begin at half an r opened J hoar aftef iS haying been pleafed to oiotitfe jointly witH Lora to be aymatter of thfc myjfeat in parliament is thereby become vacant Ithgaifore the honour of your vote aha initereft at the next you of mjr ffeady attachment to the and iihjerties of this and ol my grateful5 atCtaiiMl to the and of my upon fo hewn fuck an affiflioriate regard to Their moft nd Moft obliged humble r misfortuneI have met with in legi my excufe for not a perfonaf application at them r1 Gentlemen entertain TOURW2Y to P CAO Archdeacon other valuable igethsr a fine ana ia many liowing by ueil dEf pet1 Ruins of Palmyra for la Mcj 8 Do H4de de it Oeuyret S T A f E L O 1766 NO five per deducted from the fliares aad and but fix pounds from the infteadcrften natwithftanding they fire foid at the IdWeft in the greateft examined and as foon at by WEN HAM at their State Lottery in fens Fool facing and were drawn prizes often thoufand pounds each in the laft fold at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis j and letters poftpaid duly Our likewifeall mem bers of may depend on their having their and on the moft fonable and tjfe money remitted them for the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn and all bufineft relating to the Lottery tranfafted with the greateft care and drawing of the Lottery will begin on Monday the i7th of tbt A MARGHE C An Extraft of Letter from a Gentleman in To the PRINTER of the Frost tbi Avgttft HE author of the letter figned in your paper of the ijth hadone only view writing that rf pointing out tfi the been guilty of for forac and attempting to perfuadf to be more cautious and more upon theit for the This could not he done iortusEltha iCliffbrtia Hills Vegetable 7 JHU1V natural j MUferli Gardeners Dic lat ItinerarJl Horftileys BritanniaRa S pences of Cora aWand John 7 Pots Giiuci Pktonis ivofr i foes Survey of a Catalogues had at ftlfo of all Templebar and Rlchan aftU Royal Frke Biblia 8 Vitringa in Critici Dti Frefne Gloflariunii Lexicon Ce IndU 4 Afitoniana of fikle i and in Svithout n and a Ihort recapituUtion of thoii which ever Confidered to In relating ruinous it was impomble not to nfider the agent in the light of a weak or a all events as one in whom the muld e had been and to whofe account all iur prefent and thofe ftill hanging over are juftly and wholly imputable and as the moft improper perfon for people to put any further traft or confidence without fcurriKfy of as he fliewed in a flfort a Few That the people were certainly miftaken in that by their M it compelled their Sovereign to receive into his is as demonftrable ss aay point in They adored him in particular for opppujng mea fures when which he inftantly adopted and then publicly declared he had been in an error during his whole If you take the gen tlemans own word for it farely that thofe who adored him while in were extremely lireaetus themfelves j ani I would therefore wifli the people to meditate en and to reflect it is for them to be ad deluded to their I do ftot take upon me either to juftify or con in the meafures of other gentlemen in admini on j though I think if they have or ra have appeared to have there is to be laid in In fucceeding difficulty and hard ftruggle the prejudkes of the multi tude agaioft and in favour of their former guide their intemperate thirft after to the trueinterefts of a commercial nation 5 the fufferings of the people in confequence of fo bloody and expenfive a fcarce ever attended to during the c rflift the whole kingdom ex haufted of men and tottering and tending to its Thefe and many others which wight be are arguments infi nitely ftronger in their excufe than any which can be produced for whofe circumftances were totally had the and from thence the hearts and purfes of the people in his and at his on letting The it is was then ftout and and its vitals If the people were nervous or the caufe proceeded from their own errors but the cordials adminiftered by Pitt have been of that coftly and the cuations occanoned thereby fo that I fear apothecarys bill will never be and that the patient will fall into a After having appeared to fpeak with tenderneft of admiuiftration when Pitt did not I muft beg leave Jo allure all thofe have appeared to be difpleafed with unyfirft I know not Lord even by fight that I not been at nor at any great man or viktA in for thirty paft j that I never was refufed for I never aflced ene fingle fa vour of any great man in the excepting a trifle of Sir Robert which I did not ob tain that I have for many years lived retired in the did not write or againft Sir Johh Barnard neither am I or the celebrated Exile rwhich in the only anfwer that can be given in a news paper to fo many angry I have not the leaft rancour againft as a Man as a I have ever confidered him as the greatelt fcourge not to our enemies but to Great that ever ex I never varied in my opinion of him I al ways confidered him as playing a part directed by ambition and and that bis addrefies were ever to the not to the uuderftandings ef the people and it is therefore no wonder at leaft to me that he gained fuch I and ftill do that the enchantment is at in and that the eyes of the people are now opened j then will they fee with candour their own in having fo fteadily maintained a good opi nion of a man who has been fo variable in and whore words and actions have been fo repeat edly in contradiftion and at war with each it is to be may lead them to a wifer and calmer and for the their tyranizing over tkeir and in their country as well as from paying the work of their own As for his accepting a a and a peeragej I ani fo far from being1 angry with that he on the my fincereft two laft Heps of this gentleman may appear extraordinary to I may be ac Counted for much better than has been by thofe ve hitherto attempted to account for or to They are pleafed to plead his bad which would difable him from attending theJHoufe of Commons and then allured us he wduld be the fame man when a Peer as when a Com The gentlemans bad though laid a faft remains yet to be Have we not heard of political and who has not read thfc Tartuff of Moiiere Will any man doubt the truth of can give credit to a gentlemanV belflg really in that miferahle ftlste of health which flannel and crutches and yet capabU f fitting up whole winter declaiming and vocinratjng Credat Appel bs nen If he had the gout it muft have been in his upper regions but tottu Muadus agit Is not good health v ntcelfary for a Peer as a Conx tnoner Away with fuch weak and wretchedex cufes they wcHild mareven a good Might his nuRake in relation and find that even his crutches could hbt fiipport opinion f Might he not fee at laft theimpofiibility of his attaining or the vanity of his republican and quit that ground which he found untenable Pride awj vanity may lead feme men to imagine that whatever they do muft be right aad to do him from long Batter himfelf that the multitude who had followed and huzzadhim through all his various metamorpho fes and would alfo approve this laft becaufe it was tis j but Pro vidence faid to our enthufiafm as he din to the waters after the hitherto halt thou and no Let us then yield to wifdom let us ceafe as I hail for the future to tffeaple on the manes of the and make no mare mention of Pitt than barely to remind us of bar paft infatuation and folly which may be the means of healing our as the looking up at the brazen ferpant in the wildernefs was to the Ifrae the PRINTER of the G AZET TEE AS I not thoroughly that the of a certain ffitt ioticNobleman bine in a jfuperur I fhould fear left fliould fink W ftagger under enormous weight of indignities caftmpon him fo unjuftly j but though I am not dif fident of his having yet out of re gsrd true ftruggling ancler falfe I have Tent you a copy of that political advice which talft to the Emperor as it ftands recorded in the work of Mvnfieur dt Evre it prefents aflriking pifiure of a Great Earls amdttS under fome prefent and hews what vatontu were adopted by thofe under fimilarcircum 7 His refolution never to be concerned at wlutfoever was fppken againft in relation to in public If what is alledged of us be true fays he it is our bufinefs rather to reform ourle than for others to hold their tongues but if what is faid of us be fo fooit as we hew a concern at we make it for The contempt of fuch difcour fcs discredits and takes away the pleafure from thofe that raife If you refent them more than you ought to it is in the power of the raoft con temptible or of the moft pitiful to dif turb the rtpofe of your and all your power not defend you from perpetual Such was the advice of that great which centres only in gnat and gcot minds whilft the gro velling tribe are their own whofe en vkas breath designed to infefl difcovers at the rancour that lurks in their own difguftful B A S T I To a Late Great a little Peer on read two new An Exjimi nation oi his Principles Aa Enquiry into his O at is ua 1 And thqrfe wkkhlMkdftampd our re pial4 The pen of incjfion has fuild all thine And opening thy has bard thy heart t we find by the hSnd of Poor Pynfent a a Who once Could iiave thought that it ever wottM fuit The high fpirit of be Viceroy to Z Or fuppofe that the wht infiilted a To its bafeft of mns could kovt d Thy of whom late twas my boaft bo Hide their heads when thourt and lament thee as gone Thy foes all abnfe or with a And ironical bedaub the new In hells loweft regions what ftate can be worfe Met by foes with a and by friends with a curfe 1 I fliould bow canft thou repent In a houfe thourt unknown thy days muft be Canft thou eer the gocft poft thouft re claim Can thy limbs totter back to the place whence theY came Thy rage muft boylike thy grief Thou mayft poorly but thoult find See how he eyes thy falln creft with a And whifpers Wifve talttn kirn turning towrds tlje nrmuefs itrve Of the who from PRINCIPLES never would Indeed its all over the curtain is ere thy bloods thy fames current In thy fpeech the laft fefflon thou Non es qualis Pynfent good i To the PRINTER of PRAY oblige fundry proppietors of the Eaft In dia by printing this fticut that the Directors if they think foms of their advocates to reconcile what appears to us at prefent very I am informed the Company contra5t with owners of hipping employed in that to pay one moiety of the freight in fixty days after each fliip has made a fafe delivery of her cirgo in river and tiie other moiety in lixty days following it appears to they have not paid off the freights of fuch fliips as home two For all there are certain proprietors wLo talk loudly of raifing dividend course nanced bjftTie florid acccnats reul at tUe CJeneral the price of Stock has got up fV m 161 If you talk with this kind of lie acknowledges prefent didrefs ofthe Com panys hut fays there is a fine calf in tiie cows But would it not higMy become the prfefcnt Ci reftors to ufe fome public means to convince thole hafty dividers ef the Companys too jmcill that they ought to wait till they cnn convert that imaginary golden calf ino that fort of property they fo earneltly thirft before they encreale the dividend For if what is here advanced be I am of opinion the which amount to absut half a million per are a capital and if they can be paid and kept it would give great credit and power to the Companys af fairs butlforefee and fear too truly that Lord Clives great demand for men to be lent with this years fliips to will devoar all the furplus mo ney likely to arife from the prefent Tins be given for why the freights ib far behind cannot be brought but then the fame reafon muft ba allowed an equal bar againft raifing the If this cafe be fjirly what real Proprietors will chuie to fay publicly that all folemn under the Great ought to be fet and he ought to receive near a double price for his when the C panys capital manifestly at too fmall to pay their long outftanding f and other heavy debts in long Sould any meafure like this take it u fail to bring great diflionour upon the heads of the prefent APRIL L O 1M D O James Steward kT apPaiutcd Asdid Sir Charles Knight ihe Bath on being appointed firrt Lord of tiie Admiralty Yefterday the Right the Ear Chatham was not at the levee or lijs LorJihp beme laid up with the Yefterday arrived at Nerfolkhoufcv the Duke of to Lli Gni Yefteiday the Right the Eari of Shel gave a grand eattnainment to the nobiliy and reign at his hooie in HH It is that Admiral Keppefwill be ap pointed to tha command of a Icwiailron in the His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucfttr in his ate voyage up the Channel we are at attended by Coionri bin upon his being dico before the ufual be pafd Highnefs and landed arTo Here too he was foon and he could fee the the guns n which his Highnefs lehthe Td prS Clied r and from thence toLondsn They write from h3 neoo Beaver arrivsd from the had broneht ad that the Spaniards were bmlding thcfe tw feventyfour gun of fixfyfour which all b ready to by the latter end of October v to
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