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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 21, 1766, London, Middlesex                                T U E S D A O C T O B R A pe H A Y M A R K E TV T tha THEATRE in the HAY THIS the will perror aied Comic V G L I S R A V A G A N T The Wufic conipofed by feveral celebrated Com with new new and new Pit and Boxes to be put no perfons to be A 5 without whch will be deli vered This at the laid at half a guinea Kirft Gallery Second Gallery By their MAJESTIES perJon to be admitted behind the nor into the Pit and Boxes will be opened at five i o begin at half an after fix oclock Weclfeiv Vivant Rex and GOR molt humbly requeft the Nobility and Gen to the for the enfuing fea will plwfeto their fttbfcriptions to llnctrtw JDranunond and f at croft ft is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the will pleafe to fend to the Office of the faid a lift of the names of the belonging to their or for fflver tickets for the preparing of the to bt delivered to in proper Saturday next will be performed A New Serious TRAKEBARKE GRAN K U ic L A N By his M A J E S T Vs T the THEATRE ROYAL in DRVRY THIS DAY will be prefented C Y MB E LI N HOLLAND PDWEJLLi V A T E Boxes Pit Firit Upper Places tor tite boxes ta be taken of at the No money to received at the Nor any money returned after tbecurtain if A O V E T G A K AT the THEATRE in COVBNT THIS DAT will be ptefeatwd ROMEO and j tT E R O SS To which will be Tbe Woodward Shuter i Dunitall Bit Firft Upper x Places for the boxes to be taken of Sarjant only at the No money to he received at the nor any money to be returned after the curtain u COKNELYS begs leave to acquaint the NOBILITY and Subfcribers to the E FY in that will be on Thurfday the apth of November As the lending of Gentleinena Tickets R Ladies has been found to be too generally produc tive of a vejy difproportionate the it lias been thought require the ladies who pa tronize the for the La dies Tickets hall be transferable only to and Gentlemens only to NORTHUMBERLANDHOUSET Oftober NOTICE u hereby that the Annual General Meeting of bit Majejfys Lieutenantcy of and in the f ountj of leJeXf wM be btld m Tuefday iht day of at tlevin of tbf in thi fort at Guildhall in to appoint the times ana places for Elding Ibe Subcfivifton Meetings if Defuty Lieutenant j and juflicet of the Peace in the jtar and J of the further putting in executitrt the sew Ut being relating to tbe T Lace removed from Gornhillj to a new houfe in nilt fince the iire near Cornhill where merchants others may he fupphed on the moil reafonable is in price ANEW SPANISH GRAMMAR The of the SPANISH LANGUAGE con tuning 311 eafy and compendious Method to fpeak write it With feveral ufeful Remarks 4n the moft particular inewing how to make ufe of as well m fpeaking as in The whole extracted from the belt Obfervatipas of Spanifh and parti of the Royal Spanifh Academy ef Aifo feyerar of the molt ufual and familiar By JOSEPH GIRAL DEL Teacher ot the Spanifh Printed for Nourftj oppofite in Bookfeller to fas and all other Complaints in the Urinary occafioned from the Veneral Dif or any other PSpHE celebrated Surgeon in J Ordinary to his Moft Chriftian being nsm returned to wno during his late fhort ftay in wasaniverfally applied to by ptrfoat afflicted with the above from and certaia method of cure by topical in now fucceeds and is jaith the fame applications and me thod of where any perfbns retiring wili meet with the as from the late whkh many canfiderable perlons fcave already IartttV Boogies may be bad by any ftirgeons or others going by applying as of are refpaaable ia pro Portion they are and oniy they are IE the extent ot their the infinity of tbeir ridJesthe multitude of their the reputation of their or the antiquity of their foundftion that ren ders thsm honourable in the eye of ui that confirms a fecurity of abfcffute per oir even introduces them with any impref fion of reverence ort the minds of individual refine ment j won only but by thereaitatfe of wildom of and the purify of population and cbnquefts are too apt indeed to dazzle fuperficial and inflame paffions of corrupt and weak men i becaufe they fatter their ambition while they pam per their vices j and whatever beft promotes the gratification of promotes the univerfal inte averfe to the practice of thofe fublimer duties that dignify national and neglectful in the attainment of thofe wiferarts that enoble na and perpetuate their truck as we are with the lures of and ani mated as we feem to be with the found of acclairii ing nevertheiefs he mud be a weak man indeed that would not prefer being chief of the little republic of Sparta in its once flouriming than to fit fole monarch over the wide Afiatic empires of all the Eaftern Largeneft of territory is tbe leaft defireable objeft of true and the more accumulation of nominal fubjecls for inglori ous muft be confidered as the very error of ambition for the importance of 2 kingdom is not to be deduced from its and its riches does not confift in To diftinguifli what is only and to afcertain what the true eflentials are that conilitute a really great ought to make a iriaterial part in the education of our Trafls for this pur pofe are much wanting among no encourage ment fcould be fpared to promote fo ufeful an un We muft not think that an introduc tion of this nature in our ichools is though we aflame to ourfelvei the merit 01 poffef fing the moft gerfeft conftkution that can be mo thanr which nothing is more erroneous aijd Every country hath its peculiar method of Few merit and all drop far fhort In England it Wants a total reformation for our tutors like our make the beaten track their guide and to from it thouga en ever fo rational and laudable a plan is treafon to the Lefs flull is retjuired in forming a perfeft fyftem of government than in maintaining one it is much eafier to compile than obierve virtuous and far pore agreeable to the temper of bu nature to dictate than are to be reftrained from evil through the feat of pwnifh and excised toobedience from the of This was the opinionof 5 and time evidently the univerfality of its truth in all and under all A wife Prince will ever keep on and liften more tohii fubjeclts than his minifters for the former are always in the and the latter too frequent ly in the Their and their aims do not differ mdre than their iituation and a prudent mattfer never at a rofs whick intereft of the he hiuft prefer Obeilience is the ha bitual tafk of good and whenever they they err from the mifconduct of their For this the firft maximin the fchool of political government ought to be invariably firm in the pro per choice of the executive authority for in that lies the whole fpirit of national Excellent in deed was the observation of when he that none but good men ought to be elafted into places of and permitted to bear high effaces of Has not all countries felt innumerable ills when they adopted contrary meafure Wicked Minifters in are a curfi tD both the Prince and the fubjeft and every Sovereign that to be the Father of his will pay due attention to the advice of It is the misfortune of our country that all her ca pital offices are evermore engrofled by family com pafts or affluent be the perfons ever fo unfit to rule even be they ever fo difguft ful to the opinion of the This is one of the ftrongelt fymptoms that prognofticate the ruin of a and alike expreffive of the utmoft ignorance of true and a total defeft of fincere f atriot From this partial conduct of imprudent elec tion we are ever involved with perfonal enmities and temporary while the honour of the Crown is and the welfare of the nation The Public Good is heard in all our but the Private Purfe is the thing moftly feen in our Alarming indeed is our and univerfal our degeneracy for a good and wife people would never connive at the conduct of ing nor permit an ariftocratical government when they live under the protection of a monarchi cal Nobility demands the firft offices of and its claim is founded on and equity but if it is incapacitated to fill its own hereditary fphere with it cannot be expected that it will grace the public character with Fools of quality are motes of and the more elevated the more confpicuous 5 in a free the choice of the executive authority mould always be confined to fslect men collected from the whole body of the without any attention to or To obtain which defirable end with discretion and let us erect aPOLITICAL and admit none but boys of ihrewd emulous pf ami pregnant with the in dications of and free Next to the love of the love of their country mart be deeply that all their fu ture views may aft wholly on thefe two Appoint half a dozen well for the office of to overlook the conduct of the and to feajrch for fuch boys as will beft fuit the public as well in ourown Charity as other femhiaries eftablifbed for fuperior Merit folely muft be enrourjzed here for Nature fhows no difference in the conftniftion of her between the heir and the brat of a pea are tlie beft incentives to promote the fpirit of in imitation of the Lacede monians but not to cultivate the apts of in which we are already fufficiently and univerfally expert let honorary medals be given for the uti lity of plans calculated for the benefit of national and the dexterity of hints to perfect our Corrupt ftates act upon the fame principles as cor rupt individuals they are one in and differ but in To attempt a refornSation by reca pitulating unfortunate avails but little with Advice is totally loft om and re monftrances only provoke their There is a national depravity as well as a family degene and both proceed from one Many fa thers are carelefs in the right education of their Srid fome Princes have been incapable of chufing wife Look into tlie hiftories of the mxny kingdoms now no and you will find they owed their ruin to evil It is an endlefs talk to particularife the fources of their de difguftful to humane minds and a ufelefs I to thofe whofe attention is here fought becaufc they are not unacquainted with the tranfactions of nocignorant of the propriety of applications leading to the public The great fo falfely celebrated for his abilities as a may not unjutUy be rank ed among the clafs ot ill counsellors for he not only facrificed the freedom of his miftrefs but precipitated the deftruetion of his life toth which he might probably have faved had he poffefled a lar ger flure of negotiating fo indifpenfably ne ceflary to form the able Longinus in deed was a fktlful mafter of literary cpmpofition but the and the politician are two oppofite Books only are the ftudy of whereon he reafons by certain logical and grammatical on the fublimity of fenti the elegance ef the propriety of characters the baauty of trhe juftnefs of the This was the natural province of and in this he ftands But the ftndy of the latter is confined wholly to men a far more difficult and forwhictttoo a man muft be born in the fame manner as is tlie A mafterly po litician canvafles our traces our explores our and fathoms our virtues with an almoft as exact a certainty as the mathema tician draws his calculations and all thrs he does with fo much artifice as to efcape our own penetra tion oreren to be awareof the mentally fcrutinii ing procefs we hav Longiatis betrays a manifeft ignorance of in whole of his conduct from the battle of Antiocb to the fiege of fabiyra A ktLful rainifter is To to plan his rriea according to the temper of his as not only to ferve his own purpofes in feciiring him as a but in defeating him as a Aurelian was an extreme haughty and imperious cho lericin his and cruel in his nature Zflzofras army was unfortunately it wasthe utmoft ill policy to anfwer the conquerors though in fo refentful a ftyle efpecially when his character muft have been well Thedignity cf diftrefsful Royalty may be eafily without descending to thre temerity of abject and this our critic well It appears as if he thought Mars was as raucri at his command as he was at Hsmers and o he was determined to hazard the fate of a Queen more on the principles of falfe heroifm than true He would undoubtedly have made a very proper General on any daring and dangerous enter for his zeal feemed equal to his courage and had he would have made an excellent Plenipotentiary in obtaining the belt and moft honourable terms of for his fpirit integrity were Fallible therefore as all Minifters capricious as their promotion often and as injudici ous as the departments of State have been they are evils that every country labours under as well as our own and as they fall within the limits of it is equally our intereft and duty to adopt fome meafures for the political education of youth as before hinted for furely we cannot beftow too much care in training them up for public nor devife too early to perfect their improve Imbecility of laws is a much lefs I hum bly than the leaft retnifihefs of conduct in the executive part of the body where the conftitution is fupported by wife It argues a pufillanimity ef fpirit vifible only in weak endangers the public tranquility from the pernicious of cunning who circumfcribe their nazsrd in proportion to the paflivenefs df tuf and then triumph with impunity in open con tempt of all Alarming are the grievances we daily experience from the fufpenfion or fupinenefs of delegated as well the prefent canine race of foreftallers and as the inequit able agents dealing in falfe weights and The negleft of office is the encouragement of tranf and an omiflion of puniihaiem is a grofs libel on juftice let ceafe to perfevere in error fo difhonourable to a civilized and ft repugnant to a wife Prince for a relaxed dif cipline is always productive of evil to a and the more an adminiftration fuffers a vio lation of its the more jt expofes its own de and hazards its inevitable Miniftertal weaknefs is the fure reward of popu lar and opprefli ve meafures the flagrant proofs of wicked hearts it is to be wondered that Difcord fbould be a conftant attendant on finee both are the very worit evils that can haften the fubverfion of how feems introducing itfelt once more among and the folly of fluctuating we is totally Permit me to congratulate my countrymen on the ot this promifing project of a general renovation ju the yftera pf and allo to fclicit ihtir werm en deavours by individual example perfect the reft of the common Party we muft expect wilj always fubfift and if ciara ur for the futtjfe mould be ever thought let it be agaitfft and net againft and confined to actions than to titles j which if wemutt let it be on the en the judicious creation of Peerage for the of the former endangers tlie power of the and diminimes the of the Commons j the latter always demands our thanks So and our congratulation and my witil tie perfons fo defervedly ennobled No wife uMiift would accept of it unlefs he had done fomefignal and no prudent adminiftration would encourage becaufe honour becomes if at tainable by any other pretsnfori than tKatof real Faction on meie rlerfona hath intro duced itfelf among us with fuch fkiil of that we feem to yield to its imprefiions without tha leaft and the fiame of that patriQfic love that fired the brenfts of our illuftiious progeni tors is quenched in the mpdifh purfult of cirary Hence pioceed to fhke of the and intfrmpt the tranqniljty otthe people and hence a rife jealoufles to be ray the charge of entrufted or undfrmine the effprjs of laudable Too long have tbefe evils pre and too rapidly do they eucreafe hare wealready fuffercd by that no truelovei1 of his King and Cc5ujitry can behold with any de degree of the ftrange ofour adminiitration fcr theLefoiiryears Scare r a fingle action of national benefit itfclf ing the fpace of that unfortunate period and it very that as foon as thegrat Luminary filled the fphere of our political world withdrew it Chaos rufhed upon and threatened from every No othr wereexhibit ed but thofe of foYi ing divifions at and mitting to infuits from abroad incrtafmg ortr and crampmg our trade corrupting the rkbj and epprefTing the poor j in a fri m an i felt was our that on fericmfiy i a gbofe Could fave a a cur might roufe a fcnate j by the molt difmtereited un and I undertcok to plead the public caule arid though unequal to the nevcr thelefs an almcift literal completion fid repeatedly exprefled far feveral in this are now reigning in all parts of the was the redreft ef Jur pauper gi Had Ihe ef it enforced by hiking arguments an omiflion of vt was pointed out in fufficient to dwaken the moft or difcourage the moft what diet it then avail WANT was proved to be the harbin ger of ruin and had oar Minifters paid more atten tion to the public welfare than to private the infurrections now never would have ftained the annals of the beft of Kings and the blood that be whatever they be required of their Loaded as 1 was with the opprobrious names of a private enemy to my u and a hireling of the dlfc arcfed Miniflry every man that was a judge of muft have been a judge too ot the purity of my intentions and my opponents been equally as difmterefted as my and had they zealoufly united with me in fup port of the common fome of their would not now tremble at their prefent let us draw a curtain over part me lancholy and turn our eyes on a profpeft opening with peace and High expectations are and from a pie of what the prefent adminiitration have is a fufficient proof to pray for its to congratulate its and promote its To efbablifli peace at home muft be the firft and according to the meafures adopted for this falutary I fliail continue to trouble with my coi relpondence for being of no I am governed by no prejudice and as I look upon every Miniiter of State in no other light than that of his being the fervant of the b their conduit as Miniftcrs hall be publicly O M E G Letters net wed Cenfor A Lever of Winchester Homefpun Tommy Dingle Infor mation Jack Lrconick A A Freeman of the City of Frank A Cor To the PRINTER of HAVING read a letter figned Anither Merchant t in your paper of in which it is with many malicious that a meflage haci been emtriyed by tbe Cbttacetitr of the and fent by him to tbe Direffors of tin Company I take the liberty of afluring ths pubUc through the fame that this aflertion is na fuch meflage ever having pafled from the Chancellor of the Exchequer tOjthe Directors of the EaftIndia Company for the truth of which I in the firft to the very fervants of the whom the anonymous writer reprtfejws as having proved in the to the Directors them as he received the To the PRINTER of the AS to the that the gentlemen in Scot the expiration of a do put up the leafe to auction to the belt Lyli has ior can deny I have myfelfbeen prefent at fome of thefe auctions at the Lairis the I have   

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