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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 24, 1766, London, Middlesex f ff em tfl ahd ffafo Daify 5he Senow ang Comic wH pay u alHMff tbinanato of the to thefc for fiver feU vcrett N AI criber m proper rincipal and other Singers and The Operti are to the V K By hi T the R AN K M A T B S T THJBATRE ROYAL in Tomorrow will be prefeoted B B O G A R th VERNON WRIGHT j Pit Firrt tipper tor the boxes to be taken of at the flor atty mffneyreturned u drawn THEATRE in NO HENRY the HULLj of Walker VCuflungf Weftmore Anderfon j Baningtapi WeHer French Sotoierj by a WiUiama the Bnglilh HaUam Davis Gardner wtehlHli RfldwJ omce raife the perfoif Wiio made that into the rink of an independent a rapk inconfiftent with ftate to hw own The very formation of fuch atfefign ktreafoaagainft the to whom the acqiyrer in quality of His new property acquired in war be conMered as an acceffiontothe pro perty of the till it is difobfed fo to be held by a fubjeft in fubordination to TiU it is the property of the remaining at the difpdfal of the for the good of the whole community oyer which he No can lawfully wage war without the authority of his Prince j of every made in the war muft belong to the Prince in whofe name it is for the very fame reafon that all acquifitions made in the courfe of trade muft belong to the perfjn in whofe name the is carried The alros a the artnt of the Prince j and thereforeallacquhltions made by the in the way of muft be confi dered as being coaquefts made by the arms of the ftate to whom the conqusring fubleft In there are fo many different which all lead to the conclufion in this that I cannot fumaently admire their blind obfti who can maintain that fubjefts can to themlelves territorial by the force of The contrary is very that no if tritd for fucb aa could dear kiwAtlf j I m oaf of an infringement on the the Prince wbofe mail we fay of t6e Raft India1 of their own haveftfeeJ on the patrimony of public in and pofed the property of the Rate to the ravages of their From the LONDON G A Z g T T B N K R U l T John PittmaKj ef plumbery im render the 3oth the ift oi and of between three and fourjn at the in with any quantity of gunpowder we may at any JJ Samuel of JViaiar Pood in the Boroufcli of time hereafter The other ingredients of that JJ to iiwender the jd auff 4th powder fcindifpenfably 1ft are eafily to be but faltpetre cannot at kll tunes be ihould every year hereafter import a cer tain large quantity of faltpetre for the ufitof the go andaeliver it to the mafter ofthe Ordi nance free of all that we may always havfcit in our power to furniQi ourfdvea at a fmali expehce Sarjant nor of lUAdetaHof tbe feand to wtoh renwrks moft effica method ftnaded on ed by To which w more and R O WX iwflwr j by baj and Abnom DpOor may be conHiTted in frhurrous every at flirt iff edtteiday and R EAST INDIA IB vblch the of tbe O the informtian of as to afford to Proprietor to communicate his upon a fubjeft at prclent b to it be uocoi and plain to afeertaiu the real va lue of that the Proprietors be the of and of in and of the ne v Lowkma Copy an Onjinal to K PHILO A IN foi pany hath in the deal it often both ia jhibik and in viadicatioA what it tbc EA Indk Cemoanyj to eoAquertd in tbt propriety of ftrip that and ce of the acquainted fetitkmea who talk atiidt fate I clerks and iaftcad deliverirtgll as was their to the Sovereign of tainj to be difpoftd of as our parliament di Have they not made a very unwarrantable ufe of the Charter and great powers with which they are vefted by the favour of their Prince Are they not anfwerable to the public in parliament for thit un warrantable ufurpation of the of the public ought they not to be called to account fa par liamettt for this manifeft vijlattoo of public and obliged to indemnify the kingdom fax the enor mities of their fervants This in the late put to immenfe expense m the pro tection of that Company and by our arms it was that the Company enabled to make tboie aequi if converted proper might great utility enforced what doty of their com manded in reference t thefoccnqudls j iavoa tradiftion to the moft indifpenfitble calls of tbey have trampled on the rights of the and allowed their fervants to make a prey of the na tional treafure in the a treafure which if rightly would foon look our national debt ia the I will that tbe India Company ought to be fo feverely dealt with as have ttwir charter fticed on this But this I will according to the ftrift rules of all grants from Crown are fubjeft to if the pri vileges thereby conveyed are in properly nfed to the prejudice of tbe public aslawyers phrafe all chartersare forfeited by a And it is bard to what worfe ufe could be made of the Eaft India fo flagrant a man under colour of that that goodnefs of government which hath focarefuliy and cheriftjed thenu They ought to have with every opportunity of teftifying to their a grateful fenfe of thofe favours which have from time to abundantly heaped on them by the clemency of inftead of de taining from the nation the revenues of which are the right of the fmce that Company bath Httoaft ia that prtpofterous the vindication of the national rights naturally and neceuarily becomes the duty of the that the kingdom may nap thofe from the fortunate fituation of our af in which the public are fo well entitled Alehftitmay notbedwifht coaveaieot late the CharWJof the Eatt India on ac connt of thwraiibreet abuies of the publie goodnefi which that Comiiany hath been ef yet nothing can be more reasonable than to take op of laying their trade undjr fuch regnUtioni as may render tbe Afian commerce mojfegenerally beneficial to the well as for the ttftof the their and territo rial revenue in that they may be entirely confined to the original objeft Af that in corporation By which means the natkm wHTreap Vefy confiderable and the Company not ftrippedof any pnviUge wblcbit is proper for them But that Cempanyat prefentie tmenfter in the A or roer I was never of iii any I Commerce said war ire bafiheffesitotirely Commerce carritd on by voluotary agreements arifing from a between the engaged in trtde bit war k managed by fo readily come We I ne ver to want a large under the eye of oar Matter of the ready for manufacturing into gun powder on all 1 cannot teU why the Company mould not be reftrained to a cer tain price the pound of their bed and pro portionably for that thejr may not have it in their power to tax the nation at their which it is plain tbey may do at prefent almoft to what ex tent they If we muft drink no tea but what is imputed by the Eaft India there eught to be fbme expedient at the fame time in to prevent that Company from making undue exactions on this that fo they may not it in their power to deprive us any wholefome de licacyror oblige us at their pleafure to pay an un price for The SwediutEaft India Com we fell their teas more than one half than ovtr although there is no apparent reafon why itflioukl be that Company pays duties to Sweden as well as pays to and the reafon of this difference of price cannot befound either in the difference of duty of expence of It ft alfb that pur Eaft India I mean thoe lawfully bcnmd are in general fold t dearer in England than in other countries where there I are Eaft India which to me feettu en the Dtyi appointed jor tbt dividing a tjltfes to Thomas of the ith of Qitobefj at devtn in tiie fore at the Angel in Bewdfcy of the j6th of Oc at eevea in the at tbt NagVhtad and at expli tirely Letfert rtteivtd A White A Female Friead tp PRINTER of the when conduced Jl with convey the moft noble en tertainment to the judicious are thereby is arrayed in her faireft co and the advocates of her by glu rious rewards to adhere to tfaefteady principles of religion and alfo vice appears at tended by and and furrounded with every circumftance of complicated The hardened by reiterated beholding Similar villainies expofed to the alUfearching eye of blufhes at thebale purpofc of his and by penitence obliteFate paft A proper diftributton of PARTS to the perfons engaged hi thf of the is extremely dfenttal to the enforrtni lAofejexcglknt pririeiptes inculcated on the In this particular no tiaKty ought but every performer thrown into that peculiar for which heU adapted by It is theitftereft of managers to adhere invariably to this fince hereby a proper weight is given to dramatic and every even to the loweft appears in a becoming The Managers of DRURYLANE ever affiduous to promote tbe entertainment of tbe pub bare commenced frefli engagements for a terra of years with Ptnvtll and and have af fignetl a proportion of parts to thofe ftrongly adapted to their refpeftive In a Few days they will their firft appearance for this in the tragedy of Ymlct con jointly they will difplay thofe which fo often have been applauded by i candid and judicious While I am upon this I cannot but congra tulate the inhabitants of BKISTOL on the future profpeft of their theatrical The of tfvelawof erthenaJ tbenjfejtes lea veto ex of fo great importance the exiftenee of this Jclng iis moft certainly adjudges to tfae evtery all conquettsjaade by the arwt of the upon tlurmoft incontroverti ble princifrtesin the aaainpurfuance of rea fonlog which admit ef No iub of hit alfegianfe at at hw eitliffr of part 4 of u defireto acquire whom he and ccaleaaantlv 1 hU tbseateninglAnd the Aroment at leaft never tra Andthe end of war it faite diferent the end of There be a greater folecifm in politics than to create a warlike trading Company and of that trade mayflourifii in the hands of that k isab folutely neceffary to divert them of their uHfijtary that ib their attention may be entirely con fined to trade and the of the only which a spwrchJurtftiouH In the mean I mnft that the praftke obtained of renewing the Charter without a valuable of the it entirely ortreafon Awl can than tbat the animatedwith a fehfe generous en bat fuch and engage beftcal oulated to gratify tbfir In order M fibmpleat his plan of hehas admitted his friend Holland a partner in the management of By virtue of this their future operations will proceed on an entire new jjf ttta ami the united efforts of thefe able performeri wijl be mutually exerted to heighten the entertain ard merit the laftinj approbation of their friends ia tint The lovers of the may perhaps receive fomepieafure from this authority fbay be relied fubmit it to your whether my cotrefpondenceis it infert this letter af ibon as affuredsl hall feiz every opportunity to exprefs thefivourable I entertain of your fbit nrrtfandenfi liter Utter en a dijputi ng ihtugb tbt ridieule it jujlt yet tbtjpeeeb quoted tbtrtin it judged bt rather imf refer for To the PRINTER of the fObferjre in your paper of a collection 9f empowering the Crown to flop the exportation of corn but the gentleman who fur nifhed you with thefe ought to have poftericr to there is an aft of parliament granting fubjecls a bounty which certainly confers on them afSgnt to ex port on thefe except where the fame high au thority by fufpending that N power can interpofe in this which can not difpenfc with laws j and as the difpenfmg power of the crowti U exprefsly abollfhed by that the Privy OooncU bath no morepower in this than the Lord Mayor of LEGULCfiPf L O N D O Yefterday the Sheriffs of tbw Peter Efq the City upon his Majelly at pttition rom the Lord Mayor and Court of AlVwiweiv ia rela tion to the pjelcRt high price of We to the honour of our prejojt worthy chief on account deaxnelf of has conftaiuij commiflion tor buying corn pre ferring the public good to hii It is with great pleafure we nllo by advioa yefterday from that hia Lord In p has found very great Uneat his bath ing at that bear the Right the Earl of Hertford win tbis day be fworn Mafter of the his jetty and that tdmonow hiLordihips livery fat are to attend him at in thv Kings Yefterday arrived in town from thf Right Seymour Yefterday Jeorsje Efq and hs fijt out from Suffolk loi ti It is faid that an addition i will be ma e to all our Ambafftder foreign Com iivojder to fnpport their chajsclerf with mure and Letters from Constantinople twenty heads of the principal rebels at Cyprus liad bten poled on the ot the The fquadron of the Reputotjc Venice having appeared before Tdpoli tlte ty hasfigned new treaty of the with then which the Cot had in ready money and btils of the damages which they hid octafioaci to A new Favourite feems to Lave arifeit in a neigh bouring the juelcixiirtf the Duchefs de Villars witli the hbofie in tbe iaik wi called the late belonging tJ Madame It was yefterday thtt the Dolphin Mair of which fated lately m Seaich of sew difco Couthexn ot is taken by the We hear Lady Clive bftbfliift fbme curious fcnt her cy ot an Extra ft ef tt letter We have nothing but tlic poor who oarolhg ajRcrpuJETmg down whoai they know in lending meal Wfni become mucking as that u a rj given tt jlorvt tbi Wiieat at Warrmniter it now a bufhd iarge and fuiMingi that is thirtyfix killings a fack or yeiteiday thdeavouixd to dlfperfr the poor alfembled at the mill near him aE by ofrering declaring they wanted but bread their childTen at a reafonsWe Being fired at from tlie fcstiis ijinocfintpe pie weie killed who were only by ana others wounded on which thsy fet lire to the and left ths miller for ojie of Mr tenants wao sffiiUid They palled to anpiher raiil near the elcaf ing by being from Thty touch nu mills but luch as deal to their and csrry nothing s no plundering as Gad only knows where it will as the King and Council cannot and have unluckily poftponid the meeting ot the If are not iwumidated by carrying out the as there I is nowhere lodged a power tlmt can ftop them in I At Salifbury they pulled down the mill laft obliged the farmers to ell wheat at which they have done in plenty every day and Uutter af per Warnilufter u threatened to be feverely vifited this Hjndon was attempted laft Thursday i but there being no corn or farmers in tbe they are threatened to be at I juft now that at SLaffefbury wheat is at per fack in we paid the miller per for Heaven avert which hang over from our own in fatuation of not ftjppiag the Itis ihoek ing to hear even ot that have been lulled and wounded about us bnt if famine andpef tilence good what U that to the thoa and ten thfaapertflii ExtraS of a Itiltr frtin Tuefday night cityt owing to a report of a qivykfjty being to bV lent by the carrier aadUrckc opfa a warehoutewhglein and feized about diven liunelrac wiicii they much under Fiiurofythe taken and yefterday were cotonifttect to And yefterday on a i utnour that a mob of 4 or 700 were comiijg in from tbe the mi litia regiment now performing their anituaJtexcrcUsV were ordered to arms by beat of di with othev prudential means ufed by tbe Magit happily prevented any farther Tuefday fourteen loaded corn veflels fell down tbf to proceed on their Several merchant fluos for at Scar borough and for the immediate importation of corn into thofe We are informed that no than quarters of corn exported ihf he cam ft of htt tveek By a wVb has been making the Kent and fome other a few days fmce a large el ami were ttill in the want of who had moftly left the riarveftjmi jgjo a At the milk peeple in theci ft rninfter have had their ufe oc but what are full sAl ftamt
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