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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 22, 1766, London, Middlesex Sfe JL JORVjnoft tarabtylreSueft this Nobility and SuWcnbisri wto the Comic jDiferas for the wjU pjeafe to pay ring WcrTbers will the Bee of the faid Theatre a lift of the names of the ompiiiy belonging to Jtheir relpeaiVe or for Iver for to be i toeach Subfcrioer in proper All the principal and other Singers aud j are arrived from The Operas are to the iiitef next p R tl R Y L AN r By his A JE S T Ys AT he THEATRE in DMJRT ToraojroW will be prefented H A M E Boxes Pit Fifft Upper Races for the UdXes to be taken of at the No money to bereceived at the any money returned after the curtain is drawn up C O V E If f G R D Notafte4 thefe AT the THEATRE in COWENT THIS DAY will be presented the Hiftory of N the T IF T i With FRENCH atthe Battle of The SMITH x ArChbifbop of Walker Exeter Hull Mqrris j Anderfon SHUTER Mac Barringtonj Dimftallj Weiler iewis j Mils Valois 5 French by jHoItom Byrr Williams the Englifh Soldier Buck Englifh Kalian King of Gibfon Davis Cbrke Gardner Baker4 Bennet Stephens 5 Pitt 5 To which will be added not perforated thefe ihree The from the ABBEY at the COR O N T I WiA the Repreftntationof and the CEafMONy of the Bexes Pit 36 Firft Upper Places for theboxet to be taken of Sarjant at the No rooneyto received at tbe nor an vinoney tobe ret ansed after the curtain drawn On KVBRY MAN IN HIS A THICKFORDU CHEAT near the Hole V in the THIS EVENING wit by STE VEN Lr X C U R E upon Part the Cherokee Quack Morfe Lottery of any and every Coat of Va Paint and Heads of Flat tery and PaK Hiding Ranelagh Laughing and Crying Philolb Married Old Lafs of Spiitj two Hats and two Heads Part Diflertation on Sneezing Life of a Woman of the Teatable Learned CityPo Hticianj Gamblers three GamblerJ Funeral und Life of a Head of a well known with a Tabernacle To conclude with a Leftare on Pit Gallery The doortto Se opened at and to begin at feven oclockprecifely c Tickets tobe had at the Hole in the Wall in Pan and at Ladies and gentlemen are defired te fend their fer for five Govei Ifland ef near 0A the takes this early op tJbrfunity of returning his becoming and grateful ac thofe and have honouredhim with their agreeable companies fturingthis furmner is nuw to In 6rder therefore to render the lattvr endas agree able As the entertainment of hii worthy friends both ladies and he has appointed Tomorrow afternoon for the time of mer nuifentand recreation on the faid ifland therefore humbly the favowof thofe ladiea aad whofeJtind Indulgence he has often expe to honour the iffimd with their agreeable as fome particular perfons have given Intleave to acqxfatflf the ladies and that they in vottl endeavour to and inake that afternoon I with pro foiind tadies and Your ever mucfi obliged and very humble fer BKAFIELD ThofewTid have may hafethem 6e bar at which gees in payment for the ftyle and manneeof Man In Four Injfenbidjothe Right Hanthe By Member of a RefpeSable lend me your T come tOjVRy not to PRAISE tondon Panted for the Author jind fold by in in tim ECJ4ERGHES lar TOngine des Decouvertes Ou Ton demontre roue nos plus ant puifc laplcpai t oe leurs Conaoiffmces dansles Ouvragesdes An ciens t que ptufietws fur la Religion du Par M D UT E N S Printed atParis and folJ in London by PAUL opposite in tlic of tliis bayk is in the ly be M A BONEG A R 0 t N By Particular Defire of feyeral Perfom of QN Friday the th wilt be per formed the SEILBN ATA of A C I S and G A L A T E Compofed by the late which hatter and in Covent garoen j Bremtfers the Strand the Rainbow mCornhilli and of at The doors to be opened at the performance t begin exaclly at The heavy lof Lowe has fuftained by the bad nefs of the weather this he hopes will be a fufficient pica for Iris taking a pardcolar nighlt for jiimfelf he therefore intreats the of friends to themfelvesin his iotereft ton the By thfe deureof feveral worthy fpnare Gentlemen will fing Brother Gildings Ode in Ho nour of SOUTHWARK C5renadiers are to redezvous in their military according to their re fpedlive at the Parade on Sf Marga retsliiU in the This Morning 3 the Of ficers and Gentlemen at eight the Auxi liaries at tlie Honorary Members and other Gentlemen intending to at in order to honour by marching toand exercifing in the place of adjoining to the Dog and Duck in Tickets to be the Townhall aforelaid j of the at Secretary and Far the letters figned and To the PRINTER of the proprietors of Eaft India have publiflied their in order to convince the of the at that their ctarterintitles thereto thfenewcon qyeftsin and profits arifing from tliefe although no direct grant of fuch conquefts is any where made in the How much tliefe gen lemen are I hope loon to convince The claufe they feem to rely oh for this is that in which the Company is authorized to appoint governors and officers in and over the and within the boundaries ef their charter j and that I may give them ail manner of fair I hajl tranfcribe the claiife at It is conceived thcfe words The Company and and appoint governors and officers in andfor the faid and and them remove and difplace at pleafure and Rich governors and officers mail and may train arid mutter fijch military forces as fliall ar may be neceffary for defence of the and the fovereiga power and dominion over all the faid and to oxir heirs and being always you fee that the bare cuftody and go vernment of thefe and plantations is all that is granted to the and I believe this is the firlt time that it ever was contended that a grant of this fort necefiarily implies that of the and taxations from thence t is indeed that all the fubjefts of Britain jrohibited from repairing to the places compre within the Companys without the cave of the but that claufe can as little avail them for the purpofe they contend be caufe it is certain that a prohibitory claufe of this nature cannot prevent the Sovereign from fending what officers he pleafes to colledt his fince here is no principle in law more certain than that the Crown is never bound by an aft of parlia ment in which it is not particularly named and no aft relative to the Eaft India prohibits the King from fending what perfons he pleafes to the Eaft in order to look after the rights of the Crown in thofe it is very certain that the refer tfation of the fovereignty neceflarily implies a power to fend and a proper force to thofe f6r the great ends of preferving and enforce ing that The imf and arifing from conquered and foreign are fomewhat quiae different from the cuftody of or the government of thofe fo cannot be un derftood to be given by a grant of the powers necef fary for defence and government there is fomething in the claufe of the Companys charter above which cxprefsly binds them train and mufter a military force iufficient for the protection of our forts and and fellow fubjefts in the Eaft which is the very fundamental condition on which the exclufive trade to thofe and tlie cuftody of our forts and are Oan it be with any degree of that Company hath complied with thefinf qua non condition on winch their whole grant proceeds If it is affirmed that they have ftriftly dofie their duty to their country in this in terefting will not all the tranfactions of the late war in the Eaft Indies refute the bold alle gation Will not the horrid fcene at Calcutta bear witnefs again I them that they havt not raifed and kept up the military force for the defence of bis Ma jeffsfubjects in tbofe the Company fo far neglefted the duties undertaken in their as to expofe our peo ple to be aad our Eall Indian trade in cafe the national fleets and national troops had not ftepped in to their is it juft or i eafonable that they mould be allowed to un der that without obfeiVHig the funda mental condition on which it is granted Is the na tion bound to continue with the Company a truft they have thus fhamefully abufed Or can it i bt reafonable that the nation at the natienal for tbe forts and fettle which they have undertaken to and alfo continue to tin Company the benefits promifed under the condition of their making oivt that defence at all times That would be hard and I will to fty a hardship which no nation ever laid itfelfmnder to any Company the Eaft India by neglefting the defence of fubjecls in or by failing in defence without the the have broke that very condition on which their charter was ami consequently that fhartehliei St the mercy of the We are hot bound to witnefs renewed maflacres in or to leave ter Indian commerce to be once more eUpofed to the like dangers and inconvenien The Company have failed in procuring our fellow fiibjefts in India the promised neceflary de of confequencft cannot claim under a charter whofe condition they have to conv ply had the Company done the whole of their this they cannot un der thci what is not fo much as muct left granted in I mean the cuftoms and duties of conquered And I think it san hardly be denied that a direct referva tion of the fovereignty is an implied refervation of all rights which fovereigns only Rights in feparablefnJm fovereignty are implied un der a refervation of the and therefore I think it can hardly be denied that the rights of the country when conquered from muft neceflarily and naturally come to our who only can hold them in this f the Eaft India Company come oft fo after all the exoehce they have put the nation to in the late they imlft certainly agreethat they have been very mercifully dealt fince it is apnarent that tbe Miiyftry with all the uftice the infift on their having incurred an abfblute forfei ture of their and fubjeft their trade to fuch regulations ar may reiider it lefs prejudicial to the nation An jC Thtfollowing letter received Reader and Cvis To the PRINTER of the FO R thefe two or three years the world hat been very well fupplied with of not only from sur public but likewife in political Iheartily wifa I could ise an end to thefe politicians for I really and I believe every horieft man will agree with that they are a peft tofociety in Un doubiedly fhoTe in power are as liable to eommit er and are more expofed to than thofe of inferior itations yet lam thats not endci j fo reined 4o a prsviojs that they aj e to ail if they were but willing to make life of the talents which nature has endowed them and which their parents have endeavoured to and properly by the pewers of art and I would advife my countrymen not to be fc precipitate in condemning a minifters be fore they can form any idea of his It is a circumftance which I am forry to we have a frefh inftance It feems to me a breach of that a man who fo lately appeared in the eyes of the world as a provident ray fent te preferte liber by a fteady adherence to them in af mould be now depreciated without having committed a fingle Is it not requifite that a faithful fervant fhoald meet with his reward And is it not ftrange that we mould difparage the man for his not hh I hope the gentle men of the Quill will ceafe throwing any more of their poifonous inveftives againftfo illuftrious a cha until fuch time as fome unlucky gale mall blow deltruftion on its though I am almoft confident it is fcreened by being depofited in Chat except from the pens of bafe Liber ty need not doubt bur that the firft fair he will fail in her and continue adding to the lau rels he has already But before I lay down tty I muft beleave to a word or which I prefume deferves the notice of our nobility but more immediately thofe who have the honour of enjoying any preferment the reign of Ojieen when the Duke of Malborough and his Col leagues weredifmifled from the there appeared a fingular greatnefs of foul in his fon in law the Earl of when he had his fent the offer of a large which he generoufly and made That if he was not thaught worthy to ferve the he would never plunder I wiih fuch notions AS thefe were ingrafted in the mind of our nobi lity i we might then with reafon expeft to be exone rated from what we at prefent labour Thefe lines I fubmit to the and hope they will not condemn me for taking up the Jf I Jbould be deemed worthy of an I the critic will not be very but adhere to moderation at far as is confiftenv with his pen and L I B E R T A To the PRINTER of the t N anfwer to your correfpondent of this I beg leave to recommend to his perufal an excel lent little called the which will be of great ufeto all either in town er as it points out the moft proper and cious method for not only thofe vermin which infeft poultry and but alfo every fpe cies of them that are to be faund in or elfewhcre and contains befides many ufeful and neceflary The above pamphlet may be had at at price only Satarde mtttsffeat We advice from in by letMrst of tHefithof thtit there had not fallen a drop of rain in that country faice the loth of fo ttfif aH the entirely burnt contagious diltemper a monft the cattle makes gieat ravages both in the Old and New Marches Mif WHhemina de Daim neice to Baron Commandant at BTarn met with a very tragical death This who was about twenty yeifs of had fpent fome months with lier and was returning to her parents at E in arrived on the frontiefs of the pimcipaiity of and afterwards M out about ten in the the wcaiher bsmgtlieh very fine and erene j but had fear ter of a when a violent rain fo difconcerted the ftwt he loft hij and overturned the chaile iato a wheje the unfortunate young lady cruifiedjto death in a moment by the tveight of the carriafje 33 the Her corpte was interred in the chapd of Heflen the nekt dayi The Prince Aftvrias is attacked again waib the Tertian ague has had it three times within thefe few and great quantities of the Jtfuits Attgtijt tbat the grain hapveft has totally failed in alnjolt all the provinces ef the his1 juft protiihiied the exportation or undT of Angufli3 1be goveirment hath taken fuch effectual meaftlres With regardto that fiom this time till next years harvcjt there be no to fear a fcarcity of From the L O M N A E T T Jomts September The Kinghas been pleafed to appoint Hans Efq to he Secre tary to ihe Extraordinary ICnvbafiy to Uie Enurefs Days appointed far making ibf ef Bankrupt f ejliitesto Thomas ot m the coimty of dealer and the f at four in the after at Edward of London dealer and the i6trh of at ten m the at John Swain ef inthe coufity of drapei 27 cfe of at the in Certificates 1o be rtUowed te Henry of jeweller and on or before the nth of Ofto ber Jacob now or late of in the unty of on or before the nth of October L O N D O An evening paper of Saturday on ibn day an embargo was on all fliips Inden wii wheat j and exprdfes to all the ports on the t clone on why not inferted in the Gazette We htar that a Council is ordered nefday next on matters of the highefl importance and it is imagined that the prefent aiiling from the excellive price of will be thechieT objeft of their We hear that Lord m is fully determined intereft himfelf in the mcft manner on behalf of the not only with refpecJ fo the lowering the price of but likewife by devifmg fome new plans for employing them a com paratively of infinitely greater consequence than the The fcheme of diffolving the Parliament next fef fion is the Earl of but the h j of the r highly disapproves of Orders are given for a cf life and horfe grenadier to hold them fie ves in readi ngs to efcort her Royal Highneis tlie Princefs Caio line Matilda to It is faid that the Right Sir Charles now Firft Lord the Admiralty will refign the Treafurefirip of Greenwich HofpitaJ j and that he will be fucceeded therein by Alexander week all the fervants belonging to the Earl of were taken meafure of for new cloat nine in the Kings as iervants to the Matter of Horfe By which it would there 5s no foun dation for the Earl of Northumberlands coming into that high although ome few years upoa another change of the his Grace the Duke of were all measured to have cloaths for which never On Friday Crafton came to artd on Saturday his Grace hard a numerous levee at his houfe in where the Lordt of the Ti eafury were Yefterday the Sir John fetout for his country feat Ysfterday the Right Seymour Efq fet out for his country feat Saturday the picture of the Right Seymoar Efqj was and is to be fent as a pre j fent rrom to the merchants at Haiiifax in North We are a noble who has been only mar ried fifteea has changed or lived in fortyfive different A Nable who will be of age the ith of nex has declared that lie will pay all his t Private letters from Leghorn adviff that the fern t offered by the Corficans towards an accommoda ion with the were the payment of a certain annual revenae to the a total evacuation of the French auxiliary the ports of the ifland to remain and the PaoHltg to be governed by their own Chief and Advice ibjnft that great damage has been ed in the Spanilh Ifland of by write from that the King of nia had iflued orders to prevent the i corn from that Several veflels are now contracting for in to import corn from the1 American We learn froai that in til dearnefs ot the wheat ot the Earl of is delivered out at Burton ta tin at feven hillings the being to the hear from Chemire and lie for the ufe of are to be eilabliflied in thofe
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