Monday, September 1, 1766

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 1, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazetteer and MONDAY SEPTEMBER K E tne Companys playing g in the HAY itfo lit of will be ED HUSBAND BAR R Cqunt Palmer j j John MGeorge 5 Conftaj Jtfcwis Mr Murden i Keeni Sir Francis S HITTER tadVOratei Johnfton j Mils Mift Gilpin MUs Maien Mo With ENtEfcTAjNMENTs of To whichwH The O L D M A I P Davia Capt Palmer Mifs Harlpw by FMtSallery Upper Gsfllery ifce pit and openad at five the No perfon catftJe adjaiitted behind the Ladies defired to fend their fervants at four to keep Piacerto be as ufiiaU of at the Little Vivant The for the benefit of And on The By For the BBNIFIT of By his M A JEST Ys AT the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY To being the ef will be performed a Called The M I N O Being pofitroly the Jatt time of performing that piece this Co l a by Richard SirWilham Caftle j the Davis j i Shift MfTONi Mifr New by Arnaud will for that night only entertain the Ladies and Gentlemen with POSTHASTE OBSERVATIONS in his JOURNEY to Towhiehwill by a called M I S S I N T N with a j Loiwefy Palmer 5 i G TL F I and begin by Mifs ionfe will be at piaw of MJ O A muiical iotertaijxments wili be continued every Admittance one flulling each The to be at fire and the maac to hegijtprecifeVy at There will new under the direc tion ViriBntWiU Aog This Mawfty been graeiiafly pkafed to wttfr Lord North to be Sfcr of the my feat ia parliamentw thereby therefore humbly mtreat the hontfuif M voter ipia at next sjflTul you of nJJ fteady atfathment the Uw andlibertiet of diw and my erateful attention to the and profperity of roy who uponfo hewn fuch an affeftionate regard Their moft and Halifaxi Browns and Collinfos Fuller and Lee and Ay in the vfc 1 A Philip Efq Robert Elq William i Gabriel Nicholls i Thoraai Efq John a The Nevil Maflcelyne Sir Stephen Anderftnj Rowland Elqj John Street p D JaiSes Taylor and John Randall John Randall William Williams and Son John Thomas Lawton Peter Efq Manduit Wright and A perfon unknown iSie Humphrey Duncan Maclane William Scullard ofeph Pinfold Efq ofepb Efq eeftonLongjEiqper T horaas Wefton William Efq of Tunbridgewells and William Efq Robert Eq Samuel Tuineiv Efq Abraham and Meflurier James Boyle French The Spendelow A Lady by FNunes William Efq John by Martin and John Yarbury Sarah of Shad well Francis Cawley Efq of Chichefter Lee and Aytoni by Nathaniel Weekes draft on Charles Efq at Barba payable to Teofge Elq for Jamss VVoodbridgeand Henry un der Firtn John Woodbjidge and Charles at Bearquay James Efq The Worfhipful the James Scott S Davey and Grove Ann Ridley John Efoj ao S i i o o S t i 10 6 o o O 10 IO IO 5 IOO 21 I X I 21 21 IO IOO 19 IO 30 o 20 o I I I 3 21 I 2 3 o 23 o 21 O 10 IO 2O O S 5 20 o 3 3 10 10 21 O 50 o 5 i 2 IO 20 O 2 O 5 9 S i 2 O O o 2 IO S 5 41 o IO IO 3 i 10 30 o 5 o 10 o IO o 5 10 mUforAunij 1 have met with in breaking my I olead my excufe for making at HE public has been made through vaams with the misfortunes of the j5o grievous a calamity Ythe mdftextenive of the kind that has part ofthe Britim dominwns fince the Ire of London couW notlwlof exciting have already experienced its generefity of benevolent pertons who towards their The fubfcriptions and donations to the soth of July amounted to ftnce that date to the ibere received a Icitery AH account of the rorratr already been the paiti the latter will appear in a lift below for the frnceraft thanks are en behalf ot efent is there but Rkhard Gomm The Worflripful theBrtwers Company A unknown Roycroft The Right Hon tlie Earl of Radnor TheWorfiiipfulthe Goldfraiths Company A peribn unknown for A perfispjonknown William of Lancafhire A Lady per Hoare and Thomas Stoneftreet John Shettle John Rogers ALady Rieharti Plimpton A perfon by Gilifun and Frazer and and Bewftead Richard and Thomas Efa Stmueljohnfon The Right the Earl of by Governor Pinfold Harry Efq John Smith of Bath Sir Jofeph Hankey and Richard Efq Andrew Efy Hinde and Cock AVerman and Scrivener William Cloutman John Efq Jofeph Highmore o 5 o 50 10 IOO 5 0 5 5 5 S 50 o o i 10 10 IO IO 21 O 2 O O I 5 i 10 3 o 2 O 10 2 2 10 3 o 5 S o i i i 5 i o S 20 2 20 IO 2 2 O 3 21 5 5 21 I I 2 2O 5 2 10 21 30 IOO 10 20 o 2 5 O 5 2 IO O o o o o S 2 5 6 o o o o o o o o 6 4 o 0 o o 0 o 6 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 3 o o 10 Tomorrow iviU be price each THE NEW SATIRICAL TUa The PRECIPI A the fame time wilt be publifbe L r N S N Ts G HO S Viewed in it pears to the general of or to the number of individuals reduced jroro affluence to the profpeft is co vered with a Indeed it to be OWwyXto implore the continuance the public favour than it was to folicit it at It mtf bearoplr that of the money was ordered by the con to there to be by gentlemen of character on the ttttt ttfoirparfrns been reduced sn by the is already and by a Jhip that is on ihe point of are hetaken will be at following r Pallmall 5 ChM To i Sir JoTephHankeyand Co Algill aod Sir Kiciiard tlya and the PRINTER of the Nulfa r major fine celcri terque efus grant facile cadem ora tiont Neque minus in quatt erat quod de inflaatibus difuturis callidtfimt conji faaum at brsvi ttmpore illuflran Cornelius Nepos in vitam fober raan confiders with attention the natural diftjuietude discontent of the people of with their duc tile by which they are from within the pal of and enflaved to opjnion and how taffly they are perfuaded tb be come the tools of faction and and to engage in defeacu of men and from whenco but S a moment before they expected nothing but ruin and diftruclionj I when thefe things are maturely weighed and deliberated it muft appear that we are a miferable mixture of dwpes to profelytes to arid flavs to ignorance and I canmt think it will be putting too bold a con ftruftion en the jdefigns of almighty if I give it as my that whn the divine author of nature nrft created the he that as it pleafed him to beftow on this part of it fo many in eftimable bleffmgs and peculiar that the pofleflers of them without fome neceflary and extraordinary grow tao prefump tive and and to prevent the natu ral calamities that muft have fallen upon luchacon drtioned he wifely planted in our natures the feeds of and thereby exciting us to convert majiy real and exiting bleffings into ima ginary and ideal as a proper allay and tempe rament to reduce us to a degree of not much fuperior to that of the refidue of our fellow Although I conceive that in every late a fpirit of party artd if it flow wiihin its due limits and is neceflary to the good government in the lame manner as Itorms and tempells conrribute to keep the air healthful and the ocean fweet yet it is with regret I obfei that this party which in faci ought to be actuated by a generous zeal for the welfare of our King and is carried on even to a drgrec of infolence and liceniioufneis the facred name of Sovereign is treartifwuh through the channel of his whilft the coniti ntion thereby fuffers re peated ftabs in thofe vital from whence pro ceed the very blood and upport of the whole political Let any one turn over the tory of the once flouriftdng oblei ve its rife ahd conqiselts and acqtiiiitions let him remark its man at all times arduous to fupport the welfare of the and in flaenired by a love of virttu and glory to extend their names with their victories through every quar ter of the habitabje till they had arrived to the very fuaimit and pinnacle of ambition then take away the prop whereby the Romans had ren dered and behold their infta ee them finking by degrees from the vmpft exalted which human nature ever at to a condition of effeminacy and univerfal contempt from a condition of the moft glorious rule and to that of the moft abj fubmimon and If any one chufes to apply the thoughts naturally refuiting from fuch a fcene to thecircum ftances of tjiia I am afraid he will have rea fon toiptprthend it has already attained its grand and that thofe peculiar which havefor a long time been the happinefs and orna raetlt of tlus are about taking their final Thefe carry with them fome thing mocking to any man that has the regard for his but they are fach as muft unavoid ably fuggeft To a perfon minutely confidering the tranfacYions of any p of tinie handed down to us by or I dare affcrt none will appear morcafto nifcing than the prefent nor will future gerotfra tions difcover lefs fubjeft for amazement in the un accountable conduct of the Englifh towards the late Great from the moment he firft entered into the At a time when we were furrounded with the horrors of there were not wanting wretches toencreafe the then by pointing in the moft odious colours that envy or malic ever to whom we were obliged for the prefervation of our righs and liber ties but as thefe wretches confuted of the loweft of the it is plain they were only the creatures of a more mighty which put them into ac Indeed it is well that the people of England have ever endeavoured to counteract the care of in feeking ruin and Hiftory furnmes us with innumerable initances which would have been attended too fre quently with fetal had notthe divine mercy often interpsfed to ward the and to compel us to be even in fpite of It is with intention to wipe off the afperfions that have been fo plentifully tieftowed on the late that I have fet down to write to a talk eafy in but at this juncture attended with many as I am to addrefs myfelf to people that infected by the poifon of and come prepared to ftiut their ears againft truth and This almott infuperable obftacle to fuccefs is ftill encreafed by the frequent of abufe in which from time to time breaking in upon hae infatuated weak and caufed them to beholdthings through falfe failed to the reafon with which we find fome men are It is to the unbounded liberty of the prtfs that we are indebted for and many other though it may tend to refinement of our and the culture of is of moft pernicious confequences to the political iwtereftsof a Were it neceffary for the profecution of that fub ject I have entered to prove how efFentially Pitt has benefited the country which he has had the honour of I need not call into my affd tance the power of rhetoric or energy of be caufe mere truth muit in this cale makeup for every deficiency ol proprieiy or ornament of The diftrefsful fituation of the and the in infults of our rival enemy atthe opening of the are circumftances too recent to be fo ibon We cannot be ignorant of the that at that time prevailed in the cabinet j nor of the which were then carry ing on by wi who ought to have ftudied nothing but The falutary which Pitts acceffion to power immediately peace at home and conquefts are on which we muit reflect wiihpleafiire but if it d be de that thefe events ought to be a cribed to tlu meiitol I will only aflc how ftcante about that the miferies we had before laboured un der returned when the minitter refigned f Why wre thofe which we had gained at an and the dear price of Knglifh bafely given up to procure a whole very terms inUft fix a lading infamy on cur annals f I will engage ne ver to write a fyllabJeof politics if any faftory anfwer to the queftion can be than that Things were becnufe not under Thefe are circumftances wjfich would fufficientljr fuit our were as I faid neceflary which it appears they are not for it is plain that the prefent difcontent does not arife from a public eon viclion of his Lordfhips neither is he in the leaft accufed of oegeftingthe intertfts of Great Britain on the his very enemies will eaflly concur with that the fervices he was of td the nation were many and great and that from the uni verfal dirtrefs the etiemy laboured owing to theunintermittedand iteady oppoiition they met with from his we bad an undoubted right to ex peft a much more honourable all tfiry will and candid to acknowledge undeniable that their op ponents may compliment them in by granting facls which never had cxiftance fied with tranfaftions of a later and comnlain that Pitt bar deprived of tliu power of ferving his by accepting the dig nity to which he bas lately bten This in itance fxy carries with it the prooTs of his ingratitude and or diofc fclf interfiled principles which have been the ruling morivssof his pretended I for the wave the Litter pirt of die charge againft his ami examine how far the accufation of ingratitude is warranted by or confirmed by his hitherto public The main point that gives colour to this is the penfion and ibis we are affured by Pitt himfelf and I muft hope no and particularly of a rank in life fo wouH ture to propagate an untruth fponuneoufly Ceeded from hia Majeftys g jodnefs I h the pe riod where the date of our argument mult if we can preve that his never negiefted to ferve his when any occnfioh offered pofte riorto our point will be as he muft of necefllty be then cleared from the imputation of im grateful and indeed the bare attend ing his acceptance of the ddfctpait effeft our It does not appear that Irs Lordfhip ever elicited any recompence for paft and the truth of this appearance is corroborated by the the of his Had the thing previoufly he would in have been fo bold and honeft in his as to ob that he did not think proper to be made refponfible for the fucceifes or mifcarriages af mat he was no longer allowed to for ucli conftrufiVion we are to put upon the words which fell from his own mouth when the affair The inference drawn from them Tm he it more ccnfiftent with his honour and dignity to fur render up his and with it the emoluments of place and than to continue giving u func tion to which he was Iniible werenet calculated for general and the iiTue of which would look up to I come toconijer bis Lcrdfhips publicon duit during the interval of his receiving penfion and when thenatien couJd no ad van tages from him except as a member of parliament and I afk the gentlemen thatcompofc able if lie ever neglccled attending when any matter of importance was oi the crvroet It is notorious thatweakened as he has by bodily and vifired with the molt excruciating pains of the he himrelfamonglt when weiein which he it carrisd agreeable to the wimes of fome men amonjrlt and thcfc not of ths leaft power and would prove of molt pernicious cnnfequences to the nation and more can be driired of a than this one fignal inllance of the love lie bore his cou itry Does it not carry with it the greateft teftimony of moft confummate towaids a by whom he had been fo generoufiy and whcfe li berality had llifticiently enabled him to retire from the hurry cf bi and fpsnd the remainder of his days with regret I fpeak have paffed the meridian of life in privacy and happjnelsf This indeed might be the predominant defire of a man whofeparnotifm lefs refined than of his Lordfhip but to no earthly confidiration ap peared worthy to be put into competition with which is inheient ta every good in a greater or lefs a zeal for the public And if the foregoing reprefen ration of liis Lord fliipsfconducl be atid none a pre tend to deny how can lie oe of in rati tude Thofe who have been fo hidTcrett or malevo lent to lay fucli an enormous crime o his charge muft of force ualeis they are dead to the ferlings of in which argument and perfuafion would be totniiy thrown away upon Allow to an endeavour to the odium of inteidt in tile whidi be tafk of no great There are two reigning principles in the which us to the performance of good to the reward re fuitiug from the terlrncny of a the fatisfsction of enjoying the aud eifema rion hing it therefjre that je ail of mercenary in our and unwilling to do good without i previous hopeofiu ture in futh can Pitt be culpable At he errs with te inuitirude Ihidnw of juitic inuit iic bt piukecfoiu ti eieitof to

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