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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 11, 1766, London, Middlesex S A T U R p A T O C T 0 BE R 1766 H A Y M A R K E and GOR moft humbly requeft the Nobility aivd Subfcribers to the Serious and CQjnjc pes for the enfuing they will pleafe to pay thoir fubfcriptions to Andrew Drummond and at Charing who wijl receipts for the It is humbly defired Subfcribers Will pleafe to fend to the bSee of the fsii Theatre a lift of the namer of the company to their refpecYive or for fcfver for the preparing of the tobe Delivered to each Subfcriber A D R U R Y L A N By his M A J E S T YIs AT the THEATRE ROYAL m DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented VE N f C E P R B S E R V POWELL HOLLAND Havard Burton j Packer 5 Strange j Keen j BeJvfdeia for he time by Entertainments DAN cm c by Signor being his firft appearance in Pit Firft Upper places tor the betaken of at the No money received at the Nor any money returned after the curtain is drawn C O V E N T G A R D E T the THEATRE m COVENT TrflS DAY will be prefented The SECOND PART of KING HENRY the With the Humours of Sir JOHN King Gibfon Prince of Rofs Prince John of Davis 5 Mow Monis Bennet bifliop of Clarke Lord Mozeenj Smith Mrf Cufliingj by Hull Lord Clue Anderfon by Murden Gardner Perrv JufVceSfiall aw for the 4th time by Woodwald Lewis by Pitt Doll by Gardner j Sir John To which will be The PROCESSION from the ABBEY at the With the Reprefentationof and the CEREMONY of the fcWes Firft Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of Sarjant at the Ko be received at the nor asy money to be returned P Y R M O N T and in its uonoft pnrted St theWi WATER near and ladelU porterage to all paitaOfthe at me guinea per the Gentlemen in the O be SOLD by private comrafti at the Crofs Brewhouie in SoWh a quantity of in Vatts arid Butts j likewife a tonfiderable quantity of Empty BUTTS and in good The Brewhoufe to btLett or Enquire on the prjB STATE t ICHARDS and at their Old Lottery next to the CrolsKeys Hoi begleave to aflure the that they take deduction whatever of tickets told at jhii Office and no ive per nor ten from the chances by which entire new pUn the aoft advantageous ever pertbns who pur t f L t I ft I tlJtim T tfH VfcO fliarcs and are felling in great nt the loiyeft in and fixtyfourthsi aiiid paid as foon Schemes of the Lottery giveh and all duly Begins drawing the tf Jjpteniber Four blanks to a Note Oiall keep the Numerical and tegitter Books and all relating to the will be teahTaited witMhe greateft honour S ff A t E L O T T O five per deddfted from mares or and but five from inttead of and which makes diffe rence in the fmalleft and the largeft money paid here far hares and will be in as whole chanf in fix thitty and at the Joweit the greateft regiftered and exanrniei by Stock at Loitery at in Popes near Lombardllreet and near Dun flans Harris over the blanks to a The blanks and prizes to be transferrable annuities at the Bank of Qo beanngthree per per and South Sea their ftveral intlia Navy and Victual ling and all Kinds of Government frought and fold by The Iottery be feftis drawing on Monday the ith of AH from towa or country paft paid duly The puWteare defired to take nia reinqyyi from my late Office in and fcaye no connections there O in BSERVATIONS on AFFAIRS in from the Settlement in to the prefent Lord Vifcount To is by way of the Tiie the above Tracts on ia and the benefit ruling from the fhle J give to in Dublin William of Catherine itrtet and to them OK A A A f if For Conliderationsvon the Trade FinanfeW fthis fetters faned rRTCU A FRIEND to junior lajt To the PRINTER of the you judi cautious of re controversy into your pa 0 I hope the following obferva tions on hiftorical though relative to will not be deemed altogether imperti nent or incsnfiftent with your plan The author of the in the 5th edition of his wopJS fecYwa book the jd has ntroduced a the information of containing the following particulars cationiy Faith built upon the doctrine of the redemption of mankind iy the deaib and facrifice of was the great gofpelprinciple on which proteftantifm was when the churches of the Northweft of Europe firltihopk off the yoke of Rome by fbme perhaps pumtd totf far in their abhorrence of the Popifh of the Puritan fchifm amongft us being made on the panic fancy that the church of England had not receded far enough from juflificatwa by faith alone being was received as the badge of true by all when the Puritans firft driven by perfecution from religion into civil and thoroughlyheated into en thufiafm by each in ilk turn carried the doftrine to a dangerousand impure This fanajic notion loon after produced theprac tical virtues of the modern The mifchiefs which enfued are well and no fmall hare of them has been afcribed to this abnfeof the of jujlif cation by faith alone j firft by depreciating and then by with laft Allowing that jujtijicatitn bjt faith alone was the great gofpelprinciple on which proteftantifm was founded in the Northweft of I query whether thattheir anceftors puftied it too when it is notorious that they con tinue in the fame fentiments even to this Much lefs will they be able to how the Puritan fchifm amongft was on the panic fancy that the church of England had not receded far enough from this point whichis manifeftly understood as they are well acquainted with the hiftory of thofe and know that the Puritans did not feparate frstu the church of England becaufe he hadnoj receded far enough from Rome in the doclrine of jujiificatitn by faith but wholly and folely becaute ijie compelled them to con form to fuch form and ceremonies as they efteemed unwarranted by holy Juftificatisit by faith alsae was received as the T badge f what a ludicrous ex prefiion from a Bifhop J it was received aneifential doftrme of by The firft dri ven by pferfecution ftom and after wards into a warni conteritiou for their by the oppremon of We did not carry this Bring one inftancs from any Puritan Divine in the reigns of JameeV Charles the Firft or Se who carried this doftrine to a dangerous and impure and the ftrangers to whom this note is addreffed may receive it as a fail in thai particular writer but to charge a body of ve nerable Proteftants with fuch an abufe of a gofpel fuch a breach of truth and cha rity as muft mak e thefe ftrangers look Upon the hif torian with aftonimment and This fanatic Iprefume jtptintmiGmfin is meant foon after produced the of thefe faints that if I underftantf it the abufe of this doflrine began inEliza beths reigny continued in and produced the confufionsin the reign of As to the political fquabbles of thofe much may be faid on both but is any UUth in virtue and piety were very remarkable So far were they from encouraging jrapure Antinomlanifm either in principle or prac that in the gay reign of Chirles fhe Secona tley were deemed too rigid and ftricl mpraiity to be with the nature of piifchieis that enfued are well known but it is not fo well known that thofe mifchiefs proceed ed from fee Puritans abufe of the ofjuftifi cation by Faith In thofe did not ariCe from the religious Puritans fo much as from the irreligious oppreffiqn of their would not allow them the civil rights of The Puritans contended for liberty which liberty bleflsd be God we at this day enjoy without And no fmall hare of them the mifchiefs in the of Charlis L has bejen afcj ibed to the Impious abufe oftbedoftrine of jujiijicatittibjfaitk l alone But by whom i by thofe who write from the truth of It may be whe ther any who had only the truth yi ever before made an obfervatidn fo ill fuppqrted by the hiftory of thofe Firft by and then by with This is fuch a charge againft the Puri tans as will not admit of a free It leads to fuch observations on the as would fevere for a Suffice it to that till PROOFS are produced of the Puritans depreciating or difpenfing with his Lordfliips affer tions will be no more regardedby Proteftant ftran than if f ram his the H E R M A I am a church of England born of one who livei and died a church of England and a regard for truth only has drawn from me thefe tb the PRINTER bf JRead yetterday in Advertifer fome verjy infipid in praife of Cautherley in Romeo and Juliet I fuppofe author had always feeh that piece reprefented in barnby a fetof or he could not be fo highly rdelrghted with Cautherley and for I aflureyou I faw tfreni but as I could nothelp recol lefHng Bariy and Gibber in thofe itwaswitit difficulty I prevailed on myfelf to ftay till die play was I was laft night to fee Venice and was much difappointed j you will own I had caufe to be fp when I reflected on Garricfc in Moflbp in and Cib ber in or as I have lately feeit it perform ed at the in my hum ble quite miftakes the part of Pierre he puts on as haughty and forbidding a and ftiUts with as much and folemnity as if be was perfonating or the greateft tyrant in the world 5 then he trains his voice till he is black in the yet his words come out as deliberately asif he was a Methodift juft beginning to preach a which certainly muft be very that a man in a violent paffion fhould fpeak fo very lowly lie is the firft Pierre I have feen in if you will allow buckram to be fo for without doubt he muft have had fevfral yards of or fome other very ftrfffubftance wrapt about or he never could appear fo conltrained aiid unnatural in all his mo Powell in Jaffier has fome merit he feels and can put on a good crying face but when he raifes nis to a high it is very harm he came on the ftage at a lucky time rick was and no capital tragedian j at either theatre in upon he fell into ail the firrtrate in fome of which he fucceeded and the managers took care to puff him Off well inthe news and all the merchants and apprentices endeavoured toperfuade that he was the beft aftor on the I hope he dues not becaufe fuch an opinion qt his own would the greateft Uar to his improvement and he be affured that the beft judges think there is great room for it in and they as he is a young that he may ftill turn out a capital I am an old youmay imagine that I confine all my ideas of perfection to the performers who lived in my younger days but it is not fo with for though I remember and jet I can with infi nite the admirable performances of Gar and I waft declare to you that I am not privately acpiainted with any perfon I have mentioned in this therefore what I have faki is quite impar To the PRINTER of the NQTwithftanding the information of your cor it is certain that great abu fes are committed in Scotland in the collection of the landtax not indeed in refpeft to the for the ftim laid by parliament muft be raifed within the limits of Scotland but the abufes are committed by the landholders toward one One me thod is as foliows The landtax is levied hi every county and on every particular eftate by the direction of the Rent Thofe landholders eftate are improving hand are to raife their left they lliould thereby raife their proportion of the land tax inorder to avoid they put up their ient folr to auction on the expiration of a leafe and he that will bid the beft for or gratium as they tern U obtains the next By this means they defraud one not the public the money be not raifed upon one it muft upon fome L ON D O Yefterday arrived the mails frdm France and HoV by which we have the following advices Exrraff cf a biter from Two were traced from Straf havfe been and put in JSjit wnotbey what they are accufed s yet a Various are the conjectures idbjicerning them fome think they are French offi feri Chareed with raifug reciniits fora foreign power they may Be the authors bf the lafe con fpqacies1 at or perhaps fome accomplices of tf As the King was hunting wild boars a few days Jhtce in the wood of his Majefty fired at biie of and grazed him whereupon the en rtgfdanimal glanced furioufly at the horfe which his Majefty and made a large wound in his fide the horfe kept on his and tke King received not the lead hurt from the Letters Jrom Madrid inform that de Bou arrived there from with the rench Kings ratification of thrtreaty of ceflion of the iflands to They write from that the beat has been exceffive there from the middle of Auguft till the be gihningbfSeptember that the thermometers were half a degree higher than they were at Senegal in the year 1758 and they were in great dread of an Letters from Hamburgh give an account of priparavions making at A1 ten for the reception of Qtjeen of There are to be illumina tions three eveningsfuccemveiy and the two com panics of horfe militia j are to appear in new and magnificent on the The Heredrtary Prince of Bruafwick arrived at Venice the and propofed to ftay fome weeks in that Extract of a letttr from in lie Canlcn of in dated There has been a fire at the mcft confiderable village in the Valley of which has reduced to atus fixly with all that they Thecondition of the is the uioic as there is not any wood in the whole valley to rebuild ttut they cannot till nvx j ft that thole whofe w e obliged tb Teek an afylum in the neighbour g fLces during At the village of near iri thirty houles and ten granaries hern btiriit which contained the harvell f thf and indeed the whole foitunes of te beft and richelt inhabitants of the From in we Inve Hkewlie an account gf a fire which has 34 and five Thurfday night Sir Charles Saunders received an from Admiral whicii imme diately fent to his M Pii iculs DowngT of giving an account that the Den mark W3S inijgtit of and that he WAS in hopes of landing lur We have the great pleafure of nfTuiing oar that the Omens being to bed ot a was a circumftance moft fervently tvifhed and Vr ived for by their and the uhole al The Right theEar of Barrymore fes to fet out for Ireland on previous b that the arrived n ruwn the feat of Lord George to fee who was dangeroufly ill we have row the to inform our Mifs ts happily and ber ihe of vCc returned to ihe fame place Thurlday fome difpatches of importinc were re ceivfdat the Secretary cf Sates from his Ex celljsncy Governor Governor of New Pro We have it aflirmfed to that the ilie public are very materially it has been Lid almoft Ibiely in debred to the ardour and prrualive eloquence of the Right Charles for chat timely em bargo which gives fuch general atisfaflion and are further was chiefly drawn up by Private letters from Madrid that fomof the as fetihd lately between the would be paid in foon arrival of the expected flora from Kevf They writs from the tre French Governor of Hilpaniola had a that whole iflind had been ceded to the King his but tiiaf Uch as chofetotake the oaths to his moil CUriiiian fvIajcHy wereat liberty to remain the enjoyment of their There are accounts lhat an epi demical diftemper among the horned cattle naw rages with great violence in the Ills of It is faid that the tobacco crops in Virginia this year are very Tluufuay laft arrived at her mcorngs in the the Calais The Wilii from is fafe arrived at The Hampden is failed from Falmouth for Lifbon sii the King George is arrived at iron The Glafgow man of ii lailtd from Spithead for The who is arrived at Plymouth for with the Mo from Jamaica for no The from Jamaica for are arrived at the lofe of their main and misen Alexander Efq of the ceded has a boat between PoriKoyal in the Granadts Cape Fran We hear the Worftiipful Coinpany of SilkThrow in order to rcitcre their allnoft loll trade in have io give as a ao guineas tlie bell 100 weight of made front ill 5 the beft 10 guineas liktsvife o belt thrawn the iame from a certain Italian raw filk cailsd Ftruiea the Second beft TJ guineas great regard to clierip and the character ihe wcav cr givts it when The abcvj filk mini proved to be thrown in andproiiiicei i n or be fore the firtt of December it which time the be We hear thnt all thofe prifoners fcr dtbt who ate willing to give mp their al intend to petition parliament for an act to tranfport them and their fa milies to fome par of America wluretluy may bs ufeful to and chfir and where the plaintiffs md meA ineeterate may be a if hey conti nued in a hopelefs ana endlefs p Tuefday laft was held a Court of Afliiiants of Worfhipfnl Company of Skinners for lettiing the ce remonials to be ufed by the Compay ths fuing his Lordfliip being ber of that antient and who aie laudably de termined to fupport dignity of the Chief Ma giftrate on this The Earl of Butes by his Lorddiips or attends every marketday at with a fu ficient quantity of wheat to al tlu indigent families in that neighbourhood five fiiillings per with direflions to his milltr to grind it for if at his Lerdfaips worthy the imitation cf all other of fortune and By a w ho arrived in town on from we iifo tint rhero re now feveral tjioufand fmall cattle from cjj the road for the South it is wil re duce the price of meat in this A few days two were Saffron Walden forty ftullings buying up before the bell had in the to give notice pursuant to an thai the towns people had fupplied Thurfday one a hrse called about half a mile irotn hi burnt to together all the ftojfd with foits of were to s It is ftippolcd to fei on fin by the rioters in that pnrt of ihe as te feifor is fairt to have btcn very ailive fors in feizing fome of rinijlracers oi tljoie levcl and getting them committed to We hear that fame time kept a bookfcllers fliop on or on the point of at 1 heitre Royi in and thaibsr iirlt i be in Uie tharacnr ot i he of t
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