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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 18, 1766, London, Middlesex                                r S AT V R t C f QBE R K A A R K E T the THEATRE in the HAY MAftkETVOB Ttieiaay the be performed a New Comic G XI S T R A V A G A N T Mufic compofed by Several celebrated Com With new new and new Fit arid Boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without whch will be deli tared at the laid at half a guinea FirftUallery Second Gallery Bj their MAJESTIES Me whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the L The Pit and wiU be opened at fire To begin at half an hour after fix oclock and irtoft teitobfy requett and Gen tiyySiibfcribert for the enfiwBg fea wiuVjJHafe W pay their ftlbfcripttont to Andrew CrusnnuJnd and 1 at Charing It is humbly defired that the Subscribers to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Office of the 4mVt a hft of the of the company belonging to their or for fdver in order to prepare the to be debveined to each Subscriber jn proper J V K Y J A N By his M A J E S T Ys AT the THEATRE ROYAL in T THIS DAY will be prefented HOLLAND GAR Y AT E of DANCING by Signor being his 7th appearance in To which wUl be Lord Chalkftone by GAR Boxer Pit Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the Nor any moneyretarnedaftiifthe curtain U C O T E ii T 6 D ujfi AT Ae THEATRE hi COVEN G THIS DAY will be preftnted LOVE in a VlLL A Beard Juftice by Sbuter Young j Dyer j OioV Beftoat Dttnftaif Baker De borah Walker j hw firftappearaMe m taatftage for the To whkh will be The Weodward 3 DuaJbrtlj Aaderfon j by Coining j Vpper for thebttot to bt takes of Sarjant from the P Q Lit Ptf 8 1 itOVJPSt HE telhSng ft Wannaluns uf fraud andfttny iw mttnpulis bj etmflant tbf nrrtfpotKlenct tptnfd iaid carried on vaitb tbn Qjtctfor paftwtib Magtfrates tit tSt fntatrj tm iht tuewntt bat coxflruatd fuck on lit voluoblt tbti tuAen it is that by tbu wteni mtfl tf ibe lutertttu whether ttth in and im jtmrt Swi II ibtfe foytries tftba kind efape tf fucb tffendtrt in proportion at this nftfiuplan inert ejpetialkfir ike it baiLtth bttn honored In tbe otttntttonf bit Crate tbe tf firjt Ltrd Ctmaiffltntr tflit fary at there wifl aliotyi be at me Magif at tbe to reeeive and tbe mtft ftpt todtttd ondapprt beud Sir Jtkn fitldinv therefore that m Vibtjbafl la ratbtd or ermit giv ing inttrmafinii ai immediate ntfat pitrfiqt are tbe principle tn tvlncb ibtftttetft eftbit mdertaiuy And it hat fand fiat ready qffijlanct given to tbit plan bi tbt pawnbroker manner by the tn ttijkmunct tfattvettqemtnlnf rtbbtriei and rtbbtn in tbt DAILY Ao II at tuelliu with the mticv and luanatgt bat muou tt dettciau ttrinu and if making faft matkttt tt tbttvet Andlbattl it be labsruas tott kind in by a great met an iteprefent eaje a tot by wrtfrft 1 kttp tbem under t and tbit u in tbe ptnif tj the the Ojltt taitb aU tuctf farj tnftrmatiuitjvr toot and relative it tbe above tutll btpaidftrat tbit Qfttt vtbtrt a bjrft furfuit u avvuys ready to be fntt tut tn atit nor likewiie and PUNCHEON in tfee te at the Crofs ia South of in vatttand Butts canfideraWe Quantity of Empty t The honfe to be Lett or Enquireon the Price ewed in blue ICHARDS and at their Old next to the CeoftlUsje Hoi Hbat they take ao from uWes of tickou fold at this Office and no five per nor tan from the chances j by which entire new plan most advantageous everoftetedall perfons who pur Chafe of will be paid feveral pounds morefor only a twenty pound and on the largeft prizes up wards Jive hundred Lottery mam and are ftHing ttt great ranery of at the lowtlt in thirty and and paid as fo n a4 Schemesff the Lottery given gratis j and all Begirwdrawing the i7th of November f otr bhakt to a RegitterBooks and all relating to the will be trartafed with the gresWft honour and intern to and that in tbe To An yD Priaterffor and De in the Stncndj and at B9Q IMP OR T By in aA CAjDBUflE des JEJicctonaire de ionahre T Academic i Alcibjatje Adelaide de BtbKotheque de Sibiiographit 4 Bibliowequedes 13 Cede de Louis Consource des Coates MQHWX de t de la Commentsire fur la Retraitc de dix Chnmelogifte ManueL de sov Eflai fur lea Maladies 4e si Hiftoue de Kevohiijona de 4 vol s if 9 Joornat de Louis J7 4t jo Dons de Xa Bergen Tuteur Orphclin LegucV Linnxi 4 a Flora Genera Fauna de Louis deuvrei de Prmcipejrde la Laugue 4 Khetorjque a des SynonunesFrancowdcGiraidT Theatre de 3 desGrecsi par 8 Tableau At 1Hittoire j Teltam Ja Volt ire Voyage Oeuvi cs de 33 Carpentieri Gloffarium A U 1 REIDS apartnteits at which are and pleafamny arfeai w ready for the reception of who gene ra ly havethe fmallpox fo as to be never to are ab4e to retwfn home in three iftebenent of this fohu tary 4 plan it nflw fbrmed1y which perfons phmdedf with every thing for or fTfe ac Artd any deiroas ofhaving a aomber of their or inoeaUtad at thrir refpeftive ha may hweit done at tbe Owiieft cxpence ri may be by or oerfbnal to in Lincolns inn fields t Or at the i every from three to nrWtTHfan VOLUMB of tne HISTORY of JL by MACAUL is now uithe and will certainly be pubiUhed fome tirot m January v A WO RFUL FRIEND of the and on the Trade and Finances of this G A 15 T T E E S you have thought proper to ad the pubtie upon the fobjeft of the late and thecha raSers of and ycu cannot be furpnud that fo very angry a written upon a fubjecl and perfbns of fo much ftould draw and create dif You ought to be as little if in year you experience tbe feme reedom had the fceafure of the But you could not latfafy yourftlf to Lard toe merit of a which he could have and did not in he 6rfk and in which be only concanrVi in th fe by but you mtift arraign die charac ter of and artfully endeavour to raileati ani mofity between him and to your colours are too fcong to and your portrait of him is a caricature in without the likenefs of one feature in His enemies and will allow him great and themerit of exact ceconomy and though his manner of fpeakingmay be yet furely he and debated many great que ftroas of bufinefs with an allowed fuperiority knowledge and argument and if he failed in plans for it wal more in the the fyftem than in the principle of it and fromaim iagat too many things at to I readily concur in the praife you pvr bini for his and his manner but beware of a offtake Lord may either depute or diflike thofe talents he may Mate iftbeworld fays has made firoarion both tupleajaat and to him he may keep him out of the dtuy aim con ajsdfaddle hrm with reiponfrbiflry it Is has too much whilom to bear this j Lord has tod little command of his temper and fan poffibly and never at variance pet tonally may be which is the cordial wifti of mbft foher men tint they What will the Mtrtimt 4en fay of affabi his dear hit wonderful 8tpreiHon I will tell you what he will he will change every and place fome other perfon in his ojtce with the fame as long he obeys tonl and no Thus die town Is amufed and impofed and writers and are reteitied s PnJlo North of our Ifabellas To the tkeJHTER of the Think U is greatly to be when the of corn in this ifland was under con of the Privy that truly bte aflembly confined themfelves to the fecuring one of ttt alone from being ex Their defign undoubtedly patriotic and laud able i I forty to obferve fuch a noble intention likely to be ia ibme confiderable degree at teaft fruftraterf far wane of more exteafive and attention to the of corn in gene For although the harveft of fpring and fee fup pofed much more plentiful than for fome years paft it has a few weeks fome comfortable hopes that the of theft kinds of grain might be furnifhed with them at a price wbich would enable them to provide for themfelves and yet as the crop of wheat is coofdfedly very fcanly in peint of as well as lean in fobftance and condition as beans and peasmay be and as I am 5nformeigeiierally areufed either for makiog bread or to fupply the want of it when wheat is unlefssAele two are kept at hone lor that parpofe it is hardly to be in agisMd that Hie of IseepiBjp wheat at a Your transfer the honour and popu larity of the meafurt of laying theembargo to Lord is very obvious j without being ad veriary to that and in this qoe ftion ftated by ydtjrfelf as a mere matter of let me defire you to anfwer the following Why was not tbe embargo laid fn the Coun cil Did Lord Cltatham tbtn fignify hit opinion for it in writing War not abfent when thefirft Council met Were they not both preient in the fecond Did not propofe and the of Newraftte bim did any one other Lord give a pofitive opinipn except and his Grace r with a fpirit that henour to came from his retire after no flight ill to contribute to feve his fcilow fubjefts from iafurredion and I advife you to read the letters written by the Secre tary of ancjother to tbe City of after the not to lay for the not having hud the embar and then teB oat vrhfther you believe lord moderate price can be effectually fecnred for two channels of consumption of expor tation and the diftiUery for the ed and it feems the general with that thofe reftric tkms may continue till a more plentiful which God fpeedily grant mall preclude the expediency ol fuch a meafure while tbofe channels epeci ally the former mall remain open or any of thoft other fpecies of there I be my eafonable expeclation that the price of either fort will be as each and every fort may be tifedlafe fueceedance for the While the affair of corn was in agitation in the Privy it was the united wifh and expecta tion of all the that every Jpetiu of corn would then have been regarded in proportion to the importance thereof The genius and constitution of the corn trade is that whenever tfiereis a real fcarcity either of wheat or they generally influence each other considerably in point of price as I faid in this cafe they and commonly are mutually fubltituted each for the other and I taimot help that if this consideration had been more maturely weighed by thofe who nave given information to the Right Members of the Privy that moft re fpeftable body alfo would have been induced to ap that the exportation of barley and oats the latter of which we have been obliged to imfqu in great quantities might eventually prove as inconve nient to and as injurious as to the exportation of wheat itfelf Though this laft and indeed ought to be regarded as the principal object of their care and To thefe confiderations may be added if viewed in its full will appear of no ftnall if the exportation of barley mall be the price of that article will be greatly I am told it U already rifen AO per within tbelaft notwtthftandingthe fuppofed plenty which will grievoufly clog thebrewery and both which branches of manufacture are undoubted objects of national fideratrton and feeing the revenue arifmg therefrom makes fo very confiderable a figure in the account of government On a moderate there cimmumbut about two of quarters of malt nine tenths of is worked into beer and pays to the government both thedu I ties of malting and amounting together to pV Barter at and in the Avkole nVoduces mare mtflkmi per by tfeA of at a time wfcefc It Ii really wanted fci hoffiCi the prftes be cf even left fa it mufc be thatt concern ed in thofe will as as the buying Corn oi fucft diAearten ing as in all probability thejirill forego to if the wife and tender care of the legislature do not interpofeintbii critical wlien there is reafon to fear that that vigilance for the public that and therefore tion of power which have Satety been exemplified irt two may be found inadequate and in for wantof being fuffiiiently the of barfry be Hot the revenue arifingfrpm riw fBanufitclttr islg willj fuffer atafemeift in aCtju as well as the mahofadhntrl themfelves great loft and Bat if as wefl as fiiall be at there I be a fuJRient of bath ftr every tiu at a tnrdejrare price Then the Poor may be amply vigofougy tke whole every and didon among us will have rewfoaio iri bounty of parental taie of a wift and I m i To tbe PRINTER of My Gtrmontfartflt they tatbd ii At wiry any body to the Ger man HOW could yott expeei any wbrt Isft There is a mvdcdy ia fome companies that doet not chuft tocontradift a Minifter i But your own rill tell that by your German war you hang a millftone about your netki loft to all you whl recolltR thatyou by guiding the war pern fifty ollbns in a great pnrt of which we Inrve bor rowed from every ftafe in Europe that uld lend the very intereft of which is abont two rnliiious a which is thaft the wStle landtax of even at in the which it new and muft in tiraet of Thh you have done for your and have done more 5 in conference of rfae debt you have involved yoor couhtry nectffity has compelled the legiflature impofc a vecy great variety of taxes on the in order to pay the interefrof the millions you have ported a there fore provifions and the peaple ftare j NecefUty compells them to For Neccffity has no in a famous unconnecW fpeeA of you rfhtes which ft Id 60 years ago for 15 years noiv fell Jo yeari aad that an eftate which lett then at a now lefts at and that we our this to Ame ricav that this is the price America pays for her Stich fuperficial reafpning you Jmnoft oa minkiad for I afc you this n a revenue of a year of as 60 nowr The estate and ever will be flte fane value ver and gold is become of Jels avnd tlierefore that eftate which fold at now willftH at 30 and this advance vviii contiaue to be tbecafe aj long as Mexico and Peru produce and import that repra fentative of wealth but the landholder was richer 60 yearsago with a than he is now with What you therefore fay is that America thereby pays for her Permit me to tell that money is cf no worth or value it is only the reprefentative But although yon pretend to be the ftgend of you in the fame fpeech There is not a Company of Foot that ferved in out of which yovrcouia not pick a man of fnfficeat knowledge and to make a Governor of a colony Thus the fcum of the the dregs the moft ignoiant and illi a common of per yoti daVe ta aflert has fufficient knowledge of civil governmant to rule a the leaft of which have feveral hundred thoufand and right reafon are not your taents boM are s an I this appears from your own I bold to that the profits from the trade to her colonies through all its is two mniions a Having affirmed this for which nor no man in England can pre tend to as and this is the fund that carried you triumphantly through the I hall conclude witJi making one quotation more from your fpeech When countries are con like England and her with out being the one muft necef iarily govern j the greater mutt rule the According to this America rule this for iris more than ten times as big It from the emigration of erery part of its own natural poflibly in your in fyrpafs this county rn inhabitants and then will be the America thV upon your muft then O D N N the rnifivfrpin Frunce and by which we have the vices Tie Queen of Denmark arrived hi the Prince StadTholders very a e Ufl Thtafrlav and went to   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