Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser, November 1, 1766

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

November 01, 1766

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Issue date: Saturday, November 1, 1766

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Publication name: Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1765 - 1770

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 1, 1766, London, Middlesex were almoft em for as they were permitted cditered what 1his foufld sitirird was GRAN twvfcCipatUs and no fit and id fce admitted wuhout whch will be 4eb t 1 11 FJS T I be admitwd me To begin at half an JMKUT after fix wfll Andrew It is to the Boxes that tbe to fendto the Office of the of company belonging to theit olr for tickets for preparing Palraeri b J7 E JE W H A way of BOJIW aV Rheei ferine boxes to be at T the aSHBMLlRR RBYALy in be prefented L Q V E a L L A G Seanl jTuftice by Mattocks j MrBeniset j F Baker r Hifi e but I muft beg alinfcfarther i in in ffff df GAZETTWR as tbe notices tafd when late for bos ben the means of dettfiittg mcuty nor and of muting dangerous Obt totally jret the event has tef 4bk tra4e required the ableft and mbft ofefdlftan that Iwasinlre and bad it tranfmitted i when printed fo fenfible it de that I cottktaot Wfc my fentiments it to the Jate Heitry I was at too upon as I ifcs for the Irilh eftablifhuig a cam bricle trade forthough I have imported French ajpitafggled them above otecwitfe of my laid epeftthisj trade yotafs and other papers and have at the radical caufes whereby as little is Cfcf taken cf what i aid in a public fo I a complexion to apply to any man in uponany occafion Whichelfeatcade was then eftablifhedj every ftotch nijr in a linen eftabWh a manufacture is a great national tf tbs FrencS tnWe ii ore tuben once they are eftrtion rj the fa tiaifcf i exit this is prow ef fublif tjseabvut witk All mt to tit it and to be taken at the received atihjp any rnanty tQ T from Wycherlys Couatry Wiif iat tne Tkeatri Royal in i A the Straad S T A Tvfi T E R at theijpWJjp next to the CfoislJLeys nodeduftipri whatever froto Jaares of tickets Fold at Office and no per ten raoft wTtb pur poundsmAre for only altwifttygoimd wstfds of five pounds and and paid as fopn as the pottery giVf A gratis j Bigins dr of Sour w a relating to the wiltbi grtitieffi honowr dap THE rROVfiRSY between the letters of thdfe a from the fcreneh printed at which dofice wasgiveh1 in the Paris Becfcet kndR aear the Satt ricalLEC as perfurmed by cape are What fits you take for your Sid by at Fisetftre Where may be T wp new celebrated and hu morous The Courtly Country and the Political PR on the reciprocal advantages perpauial ttnion between Greiit Brjfcnn and wrican writtttn iidi fby cfefirjrf is An fpolcen ofcie dsjimy he medal at pic bfPhda iafl To the PRINTER of the GAZETTEER in i S there are ftrong reafons to be lieve application will be made the enfuing ielTiOKS to open the French Cambric a fliort difcuffion of important previous to fuch an muft Jattglrtd at this ibfiiraTly near atnnggHng where la bour is was fuch a piece of generality of the trade at firft imagined it Carried on wily to countenance the Smuggling five aft of parliament convinced tb the for it cleared the concerned from of thjs ard better poirijted and geneTaUyj fto tbeir been anrte trade sow are foTrhaving the to relieve ajid thecopiequent hardfhips they ivder alt cjor atferapts M eflablift in Scotland and are to vanim aa Heaven But the plaufille plea the French will give us ajx I wat one day upon the beach at and was to onp of our old that the lociabifiin copying to dry j old fociaUle if I at itemplt to dry mine theii1 they will tear man who has travelled in France with his eyes knows the force of the the Fvewch will never tike any thing of you hut whatihey cant and what equivalent they may pretend togiveyouj they will cramp what is of what theycant do without take one acquaintetl with the trade knows that the goods in jDutch VfflelSj are are dear in French and France ia not a country fthemex of atperfeclion in the cam biuckwdebv there are now fome made in ScoWindanjf good enough for the wear apy our legiflature tegjUtl th price in all efpe ciaily for home cenUimption for if they we neverhad had any manefafture eftablifhed among AS We areunderworked by all other The anmial confurnption of French was about ajjd notwjthftandihg the three Afts Parliameat has been about Tiiediffe rence fcaslfcftinXothe hands of the Scotch and muf 1 yet make no great fignre in tfilt Had their inttead how many of oiir Scotch will be irid our fcmpttj botK in Scotlanfl and Irelandj for ever aoortlve naiyr if this conflderation mould be of in any compaft with tbe Frenfcli for opening thii you cannot get employment for inote you do nothing whatever apparent profpeft there may the as ever they gained tlieir endeavour te ren der eVfeiry nteafure for your fuccefs This is their well known as w5 have toocftefi happily what reafon to a partial preference to or any where any branch of the woollen trade they are to take by way of sqyi valent is carried on j ail parts of this iflsnd are and have an equal right to prctSUori and en and in ail my I flitf for ever exclaim againft narrow or partial Wbtfgrtst reciprocal cuftomeis are we and the Irifh to eatfc ether Since theiniprovemftnt of their Iraen inanu the Scotch are the in progreifion to thsir extent 6f which sencnafing everjf iduy j aad with regard to right principles of and internal it is better vo hat an IrffiimSrt or Scatchman for cuft the Bjrrrilng hamor woollen than for this obvious it reciprocal and of tlie highxft ccnfi deratipn with ih a cwToiy oa1y pubicly call upon everyroerchanr endeavotrsi ipeedy as poffiblcj to prevent any bill Jrougbt intoj of pafjirigtW Houfe for opening cambVick tracfe fifjl airf thoroughly conviricedi have tvad better opporttinittei of that if we ffialt arrive ui the brick trad So A VETERAN f3 fjttte j To the PiUNfER cf the riettr of V elevet n Emperor of acb from ndnten blithe Wfe 6f a woman cured derftandinr ofait mates on tue bn and An account of of A fa Piice and may be able to entsisinto the ttMnrfof itj and that i patties concerned Jbayiiave tiaie to oppoft any recite to the Yarns to the to fame time partially or totally entrance of French this before Irave arrived to no objection to Dundalk but 1 am thoroughly convinced of individuals is a better me than by whe vate corporate I am ftands upon the fame foot ify jour own I depend o i your that iJje that im which long has kept up your credit and efttem with fhe Her letter of yefterday en the new is one of a malevolence of that firs but ill the cha racter of a WHetlier Letfnora ba really or only ajfiimes tie appearance of fcumlityistheproftiturion of a newspaper j and the abiife of a Manager name no rfinn any other perfort is at leail indelicate and whtn aimed atdobghurtto his thai not altogether Tel5 Leonora that extravaganteKcemiyxu bar favourite have brought on of fronfom ofyouc fuch a of Cevua cr ticifm on nn er mould this humour continue to extremYly if not Convince by your future that you nre able to diicern between impartiality and tho1 your paper has long been he great charintl of hi you determme not to dekafe it into the kennrl of the If managers players muff needs be tlie frigs of the let it be that what may Effort to many of your correspondents is dtatbto I have no doubt of your infming this to morrowj it is meant as a friendly and will be a I think a prudent of your impartiality to A Lovfii of that 1 where there been dotfe to iF the j and tior whftn rteafdres arV or laid not the cSnnever be oh i The firft aft was for the affirmative upon try ing a caufe where the officers had it wi afferted by the evidence tor tne and admitted by could Be no aifirmati proof J fcfc fc iiflCnaalal i fl Tn In imjiqjter to take an oath that goods entered were intended for and a with was the per muft draw a my hams I muft own I Was a and folvecj all dignities fhat arofe upon by as f fuppoTeothers did but fuch a fcene of and fnch a dreadful contempt of the who was called fora i hardly ever ivas in any trade upon Indeed oaths are but a weak common a proftiruxion of oaths leflens their and the horror ofBreaking them grows fa miliar by to the Cambrefis I know how qat thwnftlvesr upon the peculiar difpenfation wdeftfre ftt giving them fo Fuperior a kind of what thatVfrifes I acknowledge my ig nothing in the bur hard as theirs j Devormire and eft of bid as fair foi raifing as unlefs more rain is a hindranceto its ihd as tsthe mechanical part cf this nianu thereto are fo I fhall There is no real ob after ratling good bat the price of la and fome parts of Scotland and Ireland work There nofolid plea for opening this The hardmips the retailers in this trade la are of their own The common argument he that does not fell French futfarsin his trade from them that and that the great people will have This is al Aibterfuge the great people eoaWnbtltave had the trade fpirit enougb Jo pat the laws in and that they may eafily without having any individuals charafterfuffVr And as to the great let them lay a heavy penalty upon themfelves to fliew their dififtfereftedneJsand I wheu the fecond Aft was paffing the fome were fo fan as tohave a penaty of and the fecond offence tranfporfation but it was as be ing too However individuals greflid it appearedin theie debates to be the fentijnenti ef the to ftop tliis To the PRINTlR of the letter of your fair correspondent does honour toa that wants of mtlch more than of to take the Lad in every virtuous Her companion for the unfortunate Sinipfon is truly commendable j but is there clanger the warmth of it may have trajifported her rarher too far It not want of feeling for female nor of honeft indignation againihhe aiuois of itj that prevented advocates of ibe otlnr fesm appearing in her but fear of giving offence for who could have thought thit the credirors oftbe Crotrn of Great Britain fliould he reduced to take much lefs prefume to offer it if fuch is the let if only be madekncwn and Uabella fhall fee that Brlfons are not become creant to the principles of and though afenfe of rcfpeelful ielitacy pre vented their cbtruxling the extriion of them in this But left Ifabeila flioulil think thk delicacy I mart beg leave c obfcrve to that loud complaints have made to the public for fome from a certain quarter certain men tobegiv n qfjhe caulis of fuch to juftify an aipeai to Iiigber powers for For this lurpofei ard this it was that of Simpfon was pubilied and Cll we are told wife by the puUlimer of no rational tfpsdhlly ijhe that will think himfelf entltlfd to meddle officiavtfly in matters of foch high or fhew a doubt of tbe juitice of the leg bjT anticipating its I hope Ifabella forgive this difference of nion in one who is a fine ere admirer of her and glories in the name of Stiyfna ;