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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 2, 1766, London, Middlesex If there hightime tb THEATRJ5 m THIS the peo performed a tfcw Comic A F J G LI U O L by Si Basesto be Imitted wlifcoat whch will deli tip half a guinea f J j W their M AJE S TIE S whatfoeverto be admitted behind flit rtor f 6 6e A 0 R g sp o MrJ of j DJciveri jVfri j Bad f StA M A of Johoftoity at plan of Fofioe on every irfr in or if bour hood fcom th public buihiefir a one oiagiftrate in will be P H I T B H j to the iias keen ol the lat ingtheir Ti daCtfvesfa thought patronize the the Tickets maHbelraasTerifele only and Geritlemeja aiid awn come to j f fad cajriagef to the doors and to prevent any danger ip and to their carriages cattle ladies Gentlensen are intreated tpbip piftiye ts tlieju tofef then an J take them with their towards il POL S die sttentidtt now eonftantly given at the above to all informations of rob Hud bvotter magnate always attend or that in thfrencoa rsgeinent with which js Grate the Cuke if GRAF Cominiffiotter of tU Msr honoured the preferit tifdfol c ripficr a henepy hit tnorning from to tipnd at the faid bear public nuilances within immediately remove tne thjjn IT a OD s remarka hi inferior to wttl the teT S varieryVof The tabltifarftrmng and divertingperformances the Tight Rope by tScMonkey 4 fie various eqailibrtl lie kiad eVer iojictude wko a at bewn it half or after ItBfcinai prevent tp be taken at ie of from nine to His reqoetjPeiinat who wit by fite No money to be returned after ftc curtain i To be S OLP By S AM U L B A E At his bouft in flE TI of the late SAMUEL v JJecembjsr theithy jg affix S maybe viewed This to the estiobe had gratis of the follojnngbook v in j Mr pjreo Hin ewpkbar Oorohill j the if Oxford and Cambridge 2 and at the i Attempt ef pift wtp sight ponhdfrin win 4seep good to The aie rar foJJojM The at j of the town expense bwytfjf jwuhiall otbcr fprtarof Engljfe butter and All orders by letter Will duly with it public tttaybefotipSed with any qnanf ity of trut teior belt POP on mtd CONPUCT ofthrLATE APMINI Withan containing and PoCir fiat yUadam ita fama iwitts tt vaienSi it tugligfrtiamJimaiiuj oel injunas ri frfet jam vtutritxs pririiipttvi Jufrsgitt tntntur hmcuttt txfttditHS jam nan frit qui le pro pa true falurt opponatinvidiaafruttra pofthac ALMONjOppufite Barfingtott It A IN jaSTORY af a LATfi SHORT AP Price 6di GR A tfew Sditioii of Prke or is fimbelUlbed wi Cervantes antftor ol for reawdying and Members cJ tiled j j m wfeite net in the other of tl veraf Membtrtfof f ar ftee only bo y D qlcation of the in w en0rA thaf or of celebiatei a fine pnat f QjJWVvwf MS dejGgn mxjiuht fpot of a conference be tweed tome Indto4 Cbwi and Colertel in the year and mew for different iaftruroeixti Tlrn i R if COURT MXtj and of orv0u and piecmi in jvrisicr and The nife of the with Tfee ttfe andiurprisdngefcapeiof the Abb BucjteU Extrafts 6tta Sharps letters deV Xcribjng cnftoms maniiefs bf A cui rious to Oliver Cromwell col lecteafrora Lord Orrerys Sjftie ac count of PnttteHeraciius of Aneflav on with ahTiiftory The life of lajgo with critical A lettwr froia to relative to his dilpute A difiisftaitiou on the ftate of the lawj uf ipveto bankrupts exhibiting acoacife view by A wew of the barbarous manners of the thffhikory of the of Robert a fine Ah for the of An epilfie on fVotti written in year 1 pf the fountain of A cu riouf entertaining account of a compleat luxa the flughj an uncommofl cafe a furgei fociety at New theatrical An account of the Qnfro between Hume Effays An An Odrto Content jnent The Philoibplier and to a young Verfcs to News of the A IHt of tnar TWKS JMid Prices of Printed f0r Richatdfon afd HfrquhartJ under the Royal Exchange Utters for art ami whet e any the former fnay be hajt fold by all uewf Britain and letf er rA Prelogne thaPRINTERof the HB variety of a very fivart cojnpafs of been produced to the public rathe empoyments of I fhath diverted odr at terttion from 1 a more inapprtaflt object i to Amitfeiand deluded by a lac Qf illuftrious we have hardly had time or incli nation riilFeriitt fyfttfms of and hive betn more ajnxioos to know by whom entploymenu 6ow they It is an unavoidable and voas conf fctquent change jhatthe a hiigh broken which jflide before eyesj znA to exift either caoft or tlfere any truth in an for cttoi the bufinrft a fmiable for then hould pepy havejo pf enxy whohid lhetoH of ot Royal FAVOHF But af i fo depraved for a hands tni certain ty of meafiiw feem now vfjntefcr riiuch mofer if they can applaud the fcvity 9nd i hat oo ly Varies iheir the profpecl almoftdefperatel Iffhey be fee with indifference thjeiinioft rtfede and wiilremainof will neither deftrve CompiTito nor rtfief maff call feeli Jnore iirtimately tlian 1 doifer tions with Which and he k oTIvis whatmuft he fuffer in of a wortblefr who cottteml with one mtother id wfcat moft torment their nufter and jaiyi ta clare heart btrt tt fiWe of s WB ARE itt Ibhman may and Wift beattacheil tp tW pepfon of good he bT 41 r fbrtttieof lits it aia part of to iflffifce heat and of or thv tremulous relfckifnefsof age j and that nicer drcuHateftcet aftddirpofiuiSBS call for Yueri6r it becOrtreS of public of fay to point out of afuccefion of minjiberiai neither not nor abjlitietap pev to have ftncathe poiitics of the aife HO more than accuTajiUH defence tf ani for that fefon are but calculated either to inftraft or paper a of erfaat as Eve ry ctartge of fare ferVftnts is stprcipf af his inxiety to place his affairs if fatiify his but every iuoh change Js alfo an the greateft and beft of Prin cas may he repeatedly Exclunve of the kimproabiity offinding many different lets of men well qualified for thi conduct of national the Very article chaiiging Minilters is art evil of tiiefirit Perplexed with farms of whereof they findthemfelvres wkolly ignorant and oppreffed with a weight of not only new to but probably left in diforder byr theirprede firft months of their admlhUtratioharene ceflarUy facrificedto ignorance and plea newnefi their demand of fome time to execute courfe be admkted before theperiod airives at which a Wellfound led judgment migbt be formed of their lee t fuddenly and the nation again exppleU to anddifefifi front our eyes to the an It is needless to obferve that under a mode of ad ittmiftmion fo weak and Co neither the TOUT of the natiorr can be fbpparted 6oc public buGnefi carried with rejjujarifcy and But in a xiew lefs obvious he found more Yet it paradox to aflert that quent in mifiifterial fervants vio late the pkii of our In every other form of of different per In die greitofftcesef Aate is of theircon itirntion in but neceuaryto its for her liberty the his Bat is in vain that our wife conftittitjon hatH comprehended all the virtues the defeats of every other form of ct vaia ia ve our la ws provided for the orm and permanent acllon of the executive if tnar are te erert and carry into thftTRMtthority of the have nei ther fteaditofs nor It to ftytnatOUr laws gkeHnrtnefs arid ftability to that in power yitt tiiat to that power h dele and ripwt jsrgovernmentftnd of dp really poffeft the power and repre farit the perfda of the maybe appointed and difcarded by a lefs than annual in providing for the regu lar and fteady government of the at the fame it fecurtd their liberty a conftaht in the other parts of the legislative and judicial utterly defeated and if fuch a of adrtiniftration be preferiible to that of Tur key or it i only To to the Mniilters them wire ate not liable to be ftrangled upon their difiniflvjn frem and who indeed are fyaftfiy aUowed time to Jeferve I wooid not be thought to mean that the places of Miniftei s ihould bef6r No greater calamity covifd happsn 10 a But the next to ft in degree is to have frtqiJeBtly aivl TO bitrdrily ous part bf our people penury to and ready With a hand perhaps wholly tofubvertthe underfold and peridiing in every brnfich the great fupport of point tf final tain and the rtjoft foieom tfeatiej violated by the Court notwithftandiag that tbeirlvery de of cpuntry folil lofs of weight and our tranfadwniwith Evils reauire but one additoon to Ujis kingaom IfweJnd a1 hope 6f being extopjutedfrom thera Wtf miferable depriveas of How diall a ibt b di fcalj tle dirfreffeg of the of fluftjnterior indut commerce if the whole government of the nation be mufi be the cafe as longxs it is committed to men rtewto bu disunited among incapable tf forming any rhced general or of pirfuingaay jfyftem of meafores 5 ami whole If could under fuch cumftancei of weaknefs and ootrate with are not the exaggerations of a heated Ever man who wnrperinit to examijie them for a moment win Bfrfatisfied that they are but too well founded What then muft bedoni r What defence can be ppfed to fuch ruin like this deniaiids lha the two grtat bodies of the kgiflature mould iffume the exercife of the moft honourable and moft important duty of tfieir They are not called together merely to prefent of for benefits not or to grant riionjfy for fenvices not accounted or to pafs of iiiaepnity for unwarrantable of pr Thefej aflenibfea jo their if indeed there be yet rtotrffor When every thing that can concern a great nation is atftake theyare not to aveffcrupuious ef out to a in what manntr his prerogative in the chniC3 of hig hjjght have been It is not to firm and dutiful realon the two Soufesipf Par Would be attended with a ft latary elfeS j npr Isjt what tbe terms alid piitport qf it But body fcotfd neglecl to take a Rep fo what alterna ttve regain r The cafe has and eur it may When the gdverniaefeisibecome totally weak or opfMtflive one has JoakneJ theccmpatt oil tHe other in fo alarm jng regjfistivepowers ae Hlent theicolle6rive body of the people will rtaflume j fmce the cafe can oerthen be fuppaftd nor proved for By anv written wU be direfted bv the ereat ori ginail4w oF Much wS but like their glorious theywiii reurefs the May L ra neceffirv of iff E OUT The Dak of Sir a r WILL Lord R fme oiliers pot yet SaunderO
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