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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 4, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazetteer and Pfew Daily S JM B H A Y M A R K S latt tfeek but one of the Companys playing Bv AT the OPERA in the HAY the 5th of will be by B A R R Y 5 Hudt Aickm Beirut his firit appearance in that chAractar Nelfon 5 Matthews the Matter Palmer MGeorge j Worley Mouimia by To which will be The LYING Sharp ly SHUTER Juftice Murdeh Bean Quick Drunken Mr Gallic MGeorge Davis Kitty Worley Joliatton Boxes Firft Gailery Upper Gallery The pit and galleries to he opened at five the boxes at fix Teibegin exactly at No perfort can he admitted behind the Ladies are defired to fend their fervants at four to keep t Places Rj be as of at the little Vivant Rex From me t O L 1 C eximfive Sale H H GAZETTEER AND NEW DAILY ADVERTISER joined ta tbt variety through tubicb it pajes bat lately betn tht want of detecting fo many and of prehending fu many that it may bt praptr to giwcHis PUBLIC That fa tbt future all mfgnuatisn of ibis feat rt be conftantly in THIS and ij INFORMATIONS art properly attended to by 0 STABLE BUYERS OJT SECOND HAKD c rotibsriet efcape deteSian tfpeciilly if AllPERSONS ROBBJJ Bamako ttfe of the tkme paper to adrertife their lufTes The WARNINGS qtit every thing kfl or in the or toy art ftr immediate dtfiatch bv the printer i E JL L I I4 K NO five per deducted from the and but fix pounch from the of ten notwithftanding they are fold at the loweft in the greateft examined and paid as foon at by WEN HAM at their State Lattery in th2 Poul facing and were drawn prizes of ten thoufand pounds each m the laft and at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis j and letters podpaid duly Our likewife all mem bers of may depend on their their and on the moft rea fonable and tiie money them for the frizes and blanks as foon as drawn j and all bufinefs relating to the Lottery with the greateft e and The drawing of the Lottery will m morrow mvrniar will be price The P R i N T of THE NEW POLITICAL COURTLY COUN TRY which was danced on July With a Delineation of all the and a New Song on the day is price in bin Elegantly pdnted in and illuftrated with neatly PAR T Of A PRACTICAL TREATISE on STONE By Major CHARLES VALLEN Printed for in Gf whom may be by the fame price The FIELD Tranflated from the French of le Chevalier de A TREATUE on INLAND or the Art of making Rivers navigable j of making Canals in ail forts of foil and of conftructing Locks and Extracted from the Works of Gugliel and With Ohfervations and Neatly printed price For the undoubted CURE of the SCURVY and all erup tive ESSENCE of Thofe who are fo happy as to will convinced that rhere can fcarce exile in natuie an equally and elegant cure for and all fcorbutic diforders Fom its uicooimonly yet gentle operation on the it not fuffer the iinpjriy to remnin therein in the moft fvirpriting hecaufc manner it ft as never to the deepeft and fcurvy that Jbumannature was ever aijiifted with ijas well asthemoJUnve terate ulcers obftinate inflamma lions of the pimpled and cutaneous complaints of every kind the blood a and chu ikiu as as the healthieft newborn babe in the Any funhcr particulars if thought ne ceffajy may be ihe advice of a flctlul without tha lead additional by applyingasy forenoon from 9 to i2 to at his houfe hg onmc upon ihe in Southampton and where Eflence of Miners is fold in bottle of wrapped in plain diroftions hy die au thors it is fold alfo at book ind at in Letters from or of the if To the PRINTER of the has made a declaration in your e 3oth and it is to the candid public on CVs veracity and aifo merits caufe which fays is in need of fuch fupports as he and fbmc others have thought proper to fupply It Under this appeal to the indi vidual mjfy make his obfervations but he ougtft to be candid who I inke upon mt todeiuk upon the oifacls which I Jo not jior upon a eaufi of I do not pretend to be a competent which is my cufe to fucfc a that I have not fo much as feen the pam phlets on either of which I fee a grelt niUnbsr advertifed j particularly that which hat given rife to the difpute between thefs two Never help ayingl am notonly butlamdiflatisfied my diflatisfaftion proceeds from the declaration whichllruck me a performance high ly reprehenfible for a duplicity and want that cannot but be offenfive to the and mult to every who knows what an intention to tell the truths create a fufpicion rather than carry a in favour of the fide from which it The declaration runs thus I do de clare that I made no vifit to Deputy Ellis that no mention was was made of an Ad drefs when I called on Sir James on pafliag his in my way to London and that the mef fage I delivered to Sir Robert Ladbroke from my neighbour the Lord was only to defire he would call on as he paffed to the Long where he was that day to dine 5 and that my calling out was in a committee of Lon don or City then fitting at Guild for no Common Council was held on that day was only to enquire when the Chairman cculd be fpoke if I am to allow my judgment to aft under no influence whatever but that of I thfink that all that has dec may be itrict ly and yet that the very thing which he wiflies not to be may be I am of opinion that the nature of declaration is fuch as to mark out evidence oi the which is rather evaded thnn ftronger than the confel fion of circurnitarcss that might fairly infer I will not fay that that is the molt ingenuous fort of bMtfuppreffioK may be prtgnant and thatfacred regard due to which refents the concealment of a reluctant cannot helpfup plying an apparently deiigned dcft5t which art is feldom able to This make more judgement than many are poflelt neceffary to tell lefs than the wbole with any fuccefs in the art of de denies one ficT three he ad but He declares he rtiaJe no Tim is But the elTence of the denial de pends on the meaning of a What does to be making a vifit I a Ik the que becaufe there is fomcthing here I makes an impreflion with Before I law J very come to the knowledge of a cimnniUnce which in my too material not to have been mentioned the negative part of the when fo great Care is taken to add qualifications to thole parts of it that fpeak of fafts which are The circum lances I mean and 1 got it without in an ncidental conversation with one whom I believeto e an honeft and who is not a party and aid hehad it from EJJis himSclf tbat did not himftlf call at Elliss butfent a raclTenger to enquire for which the mef j fenger in and got for aniVer that Ellis WiS not in After to be would not go in perlon to make avi Jit to Elliss when he could not be feeij I leave the natuial inference to the But if I had a light to catechife and I do not know but he has given that right to any indivi dual on this occafion I fhoulJ aikhim if he did not intend to have made a vifit to Mi Deputy Eiiis And if he did not lend fuch a mtffigeof enquiry as is above with a view thereto I for clearing up the liilputed think myfelf war ranted to afk it the errand of his intended vifit had any relation to the iubjeft he has now brought into controveify If he would not explicitly fay No to 1 would make my own conclufKn as to the fads admitted but declaration call on Gir James meflage from the Lord del vered to Sir Robert calling out Freeman from a committee of London Bridge or City then fitting at I own this feems to me to be a very oddjirtttitoits concourfeof What Ds ordi nnrybufineis may lead him to have to do with the the lenior and an eminent Common Councilman of the all at one time j I cannnot But the connection of charadter and unity of not to fay the critical conjunc goes a great length to point out fome general bufinefs that had a relation to thefe gentlemens public rather than one or more particu Mr lar affairs by fome itrange chance fliould at and at a remarkable make it nectiTary fer to fee fo many of different fitua tons and connexions in their private If it be true that had alfo intended and termined upn a vifit to Deputy and was only diiappointed in his im pole by Ellis not be ing in the lurprize of this chancemedley o mifceUaneous vilits fciuft ftill be uniefs ex plained more fully than has thsubtproper to do in his though the profefled defign of it is to clear up a fidt that could not remain in doubt one moment if the real view and intention of thefe vifits was direSly inftead of declaring lo many incondufme articles in a ftring of afiertions partly negative partly out aU equal ly by to difprove the faft in without an explicit denial of But v that ns mention was made of an Addrefs when he called on Sir James Hodges an pfjffiftg iris door in hik way to How this fenrence may ftrike others I know but it affecls me in a very riifagreeable manner merely as a lo i ver of and fuch as cannot bear the tinc tureof art in matter of mult be hurt by it not one think thrt meant to make if he could the reader belief that his call on Sir Hodgfts was fj accidental that it proceeded from no other circumftance but that Sir James Hodgess door was in way when going to But does any intelligent reader believe this I fliould afk of if he did not go on purpofe to Sir James Hodges If he had not an errand when he called on him If he wbuld nothave gone to that door that day whether the door had betn in the ftrait road to or a lit tle afide I do not afk whether any mention vias made of an Addrefs when he did becaufe he has faid no mention was made of But to the joint of which is what concerns and to the fads it is in itfeif of no concern to and of much lefs to the public lun the veracity of any two gentlemen I afk if no men tion was mads of any thing tending to an or tendKv to or fcurutin about one or or or to ufe a common phiafi if no thing was faid that could be called beating about the bufh to fprJng fome game of that fort I afk if when he called on Sir James on pafitig bit had m thought of an cr had not art or Illuminations in his I do not afk what was his errand to Sir James Hodges but I in plain If had not then upon his to or flip an or Illuminations r And if he did riot call on Sir James and converfe wirh him with that view and defign And if hs tltinks Sir James Hodges did not very well undvr fland him As to the from the Lord Mayor to Sir Robert Ladbroke we it as T cannot contradict for 1 know the but I take ir as gives it to the public and let the finall word on If be understood with as great cr as narrow a fenie as plcsfcs to interpret however much Lie may have wiihsd it to convey to the if one was to go to the bottom of the and eirher mult pro fefs to conduct the public or his appeal to the public is an intuit upon and an attempt to fpread darknefs initead of giving light it would be necellkry to afk he had met with the Lord Mayor when he received the mtffage from him as ac cidentally as he called in fajpug at Sir James Hodges door or if he had not intentionally made a vijit to lis the Lord May r If he had not a par ticular errant Lordfhip If with which charged himfelf to Sir Robert was in confequence of fome converfaion between and the Lord Mayor And not to be which it be fi deemed to what was the fubjecl or purpofe ofthat converfaton the fubjecV in hand would direct to fuch a queltion as this Was there m mention of an addrefs made by to the Lord of of any thing of connected or pointing to any of th fe cr things ofthat fort For the fake of the word which may have a great deal or very little of truth in the ufe of I fliould further if delivered the Lord Mayors mellhge to Sir Robert Ladbroke in fofimple and general a way thatSir Robert did un or if intended he fhould under ftand the mffftgeVor the call upon the Lord Maty or thereby to relate to nothing parthalar but to intimate this and no that the Lord Mayor wilhed to fee Sir Rsbertas a friend or vifit with out having any bufmefsin or bufinefs that was or If gave dirccl and full to fuch quef tions as thole above he might prabably thereby explain why he fo particularly wanted the chairman of the committee of LondonBridge or the committee was fitting and why in was by him pitched upon to be called out of the committee only to enqure when the chairman could be fpoke Till better in the public guefs that bufinets with that which fo preO had alfo relation to his public capacity rather tpan to any private and that there was an accidental importance in i reemans being dif turbed for this enquiry abt it the I will only tell that I dare fay he knows very well that the Committee of City Lands has the key of the Monument under and that there was an idea fome wher of illuminating the Monument about that time when made fo many accidental to gentlemen of diftinftion in the corporation of Whether there was any connexion between the objeft of vilits and and the idea of light in the Mo he could tell if he It wauld like wifehave been afnftingto truth if had declared whether he never had had any other converfation with Freeman about the time qudtion than that or merely to enquire of him at Guildhall when the chairman of the committee he has men tioned could be fpoke I had the following anecdote from a Gentlemen of the upon whofe veracity I can and I am has no con cern in the difpute between and A Member of the Common Council went to Free manand afked that the city mould addrefs on a late occafbn Freeman I thought fo faid his bro ther Common and I have contradicted the affrtion every and with that he was go ing away quite iatisfied Not in fuch a fwered is veiy true that never did propofe an addrefs to but 11 tell you what pafled betwixt and me and after Freeman had related the converfution that hadhem between and his brother member of the Common Council acidreiVed him thus Why H not j tlat fame tiling as if had propcitvi an Ij addrefs Freeman ienlied in i I this 5 you are to judge of I teJi von the Upon this converfation of the and reality of which as fnbflanccjthough poffibly not the words to a I have norrea fon to dcult j I have only that perhaps Freeman would not have thought it a proper an fwer to his brothers queltion to have faid no niore than which was 3s firfl reply j but he even in a declajei and fignea that never did propofe te him that the City fhould aJdrefs I dont know jf he would have juitufed thefe that Kcmention bad been jnaJe of an ad yet it is that if Freeman had publifhed fuch a declaration jn a the ihat what hsd ben faid by to him was of fuch a nature as when fairly related to a plain as the Member of the Common who cams to Freeman prcpoOid with a belief tkat no fur an addrefs had been made by he could not help thinking and that wha had been faid was the lame with a the words or terms were that had ufcd in i tion to great is the be tween tiie tiuth and the tubcle Whatever this obfervati MI will apply m brar ivs own then but the remark may be thfi boundary of thefe refleftiins of An Enemy to cry fccret Rierwtjon or tffitai jnft as much h vid in what I have now troubled the through the channel of your a hs tad in Kknows no more of tins than he did of that it was in own breait I have taken up the thing as a friend to rather than with a view to contend for which T have no defire to nor any curiolity to it in his if he fnft of to hs Pruned 1 Cwn his ilecla raMon had a contrry tftft it h left any Cv not on partial Tr hate any rf or failing neir the wind f lemn worcli as thefe Jy VVtiUAlt rcndcncy to a Hifpicims which is an evM my bials hall always run againlt any facls far there cuAht ro be a to truth 3n common fpeech huf there an Jndifl penfibie chaffty that cannot tti Jc clce to ferious ny al when tending to impeach the veracity of any one m uch I zv I s The holders third An OM S C 1 J To the PRINTER of G A Zo F fn ff Lrjrd tor qiiencs of its Cet afine in Grtiu nies Lord a p proved of evcrv that nKTiiTelro wants one main I TU oi J K i HV Jrrny acntiimt your readers vvtji fifv tlit H month of MrM r r JMe was dim in cnnfequence cr the rcprcfntations f the then i Mi as a pefsje to th j public that inflj tween Lord this confident if h 1 I1 bouth nr f hut I as that Enrl C legate of the of B vvi that as loon the payment of eftablirtiment certain nro OOMEof your corre i uv0 5 Fnri of N7
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