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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 4, 1766, London, Middlesex T H U R S a V M A R It E T the in the on Sahftday the performed a Serious GRAN s i e coflipoflfc by federal Celebrated Fit to and no peribrif to wifSoHt whch willbe dett Vertd That tftv at fh fiW half a guinea FirftQarUftjr Second Gallery By their M A j TJ E 8 perfon wlMtffoevtr to be admitted behind the nor into the iHt aidtfeoxn wffl be opened at five Ttj begift at indfmn hmr after fix edock 1 B R LA Jl Their T the THE A TR E ROYAL m THIS KAY will prefeated The R H E A R S A by GARRICK Mit Smife by B U R TO N j Johofon by Mr With Proper which willbe POLL Y v the 4 CORNELYS Bte to acquaint E If O B I L I G NT R Vjr X SUB I BE ft S to This SOCIETY iH mt the fccond Meeting will he tbft of Aithe pplitenefs of the Gentlemen in Itpdr ing their Tickets tq the bat been fmdfd ivor duttire of a very aHpfopprrionate number of the lat thought by Che Ladies patronwe the for the Li diet Tickets ftiaU be transferable only aWl only ttf Ladies and own chain are to come to the door id Suttonftreet hackney chain and carriages to the doori in Sofeofquare And prevent any danger to and damage to their carriages and cattle Ladies and Gentlemen are intreated to be ptfttvt their to fct them airi take them with their beads towards From the P O L I C BESIDES the attention now conftantly given at the above to all of rob beries and by one magistrate always attend ing for that in confequence of the encou ragement which his Grace the Puke of Firft Lord of bis jeftyV hath honoured the prefent plan of Police Public notitfe is hereby that oa every Wednelilay mornipg to two V fl H T the THIS PAY prefentcd T A E O O fc I 0 Gibfon te A for thcbotet to U taken OR FOM Jb Dancing bj and Signof paihie tight by t L ft M ciua withwwp onkey tied to bis on the tight rope the paler M and ba tbe wire with and without 4he ppJe kev vaolto and ftirtis the Ka thefitte whljel flaek ropt to This moft aitooWimf Jcind ever and ha gettneat wherever lie has exhibited The whole conrtade hornpipe by Mifs The doors to be opened at at hrff an hour after fix Vivant Rx To flftvent be taken at the Office of the from nine to It is humbly f eqoelied that the who take wiil their Servants by five No money to be retiuned after cur tain U of L Now jjelljing under primetoft By wderbl be ahd for the benefit of Ae creditotiof James Dear f felam tabbiet and Ju and flowered variety or half and AJfo great e of and Norwich Cotuitry ihoakeepcrs may likewife be with iiiks or fluffs confiderably undef their ort B 1he laafe of the houfe to he To SOLD by A A M U L BAKE chilhpufein HE ENTIRE and ot the late BAMUtL and To begin oit December the and to jtftntiavui the even faliowing evenings Sunday tx ftpted eweningexaftlvat fix Bi nuy be to tne in flcder immediately to remove ir to direct fuch uro Bf tihemeAns of relieving the arid tw tnmfacl fuch other bufinefs as the of more than JQtne Truftees of the and Fulhtro tm are defired to meet at the Palaceyard on Tuefday oclock in the in order to take into cannderation an a Pafiutment for the renewal of their Secretary to be JOT ibe remainder of a ttrm years 16 of which are uaexpired the E Of a large commodious in great in one of the moft pwilic Itreets in The ftock to be taken by the tar further enquire of i in None but mU be treated with confidewr VMVtOKS and will at by Q Hie be aflured that I he various re wbiciv indultrmirily nriative to the dciay of this fecood ate eiKireiy falfe and that the and askli tioiial cfcarafters only prevettted its it SKtJtoS and AC CO MAID A New Counc O pera A s r is at the Theatre Royal in Covtnt in in the and and Uiquhar Far The Continoatitn of the Mtfr fantd A COMMISSIONER of the EASTERN vwe cbnjplimerttaAiraytpthefe oitf andim bJscable a iiHts natural ntteat wiHemploy near one hundred thoitflmd peo and keep five huhdred thomfand pOunds a year at That itn afleftioif of this kind is fo farfroih being hat itis poflibk it hi tune become tot Itill greater importance for an we improve in tins we muft of cotarfe exclude the con fumptibn of French cambiicks and both in Ireland we alfo ftand a fair Chance fo fupplant the French in thefe articles in every part bf Spantfti American where thefe Frejfich niaQUfa3ure now go thro our Thebrty with refpecl to the opening is founded upon the hard hips thf rernHers uiflfer let us try impartjalfy ihV force of this We are to lepeal thret iay if yon include the Win chelfea Acts of unrvtrfally acknow ledged and practically experienced to be highly be neficial to thefe kingdoms j io propkiotts in their tendency lowanh our own ma that fcarce any Afls ever made moit pleating to oitr or more f hofe wtte were the overt competent judges of our na tional trwVtornjanufaiWre yet thefe fo evidently calculated1 for owr are wfaan aodferwteit a fef ofMMwbe continually acted in the moft dronf manneragainR the laws of their cwtinOry men wfcohave every ob tmdiflg to to the only idol they wor and facrifice is to be made becaufe thefe daring and the tereH aftd of thfir are now and theft put feftder flunetifoes to exprnoe and lofirj ode fevere enough toreform Aich atrocHXft They now attempt to the tthojjt leartad from tfrtiir apprehen fioiMj 4M would thrpw a bwthso the nation jjedawing too much under the of its any age or who ha4 and widftdlyia mirgei tows of their fhoukl apply for the of tfcofe laws tfcey had fo mfsmoufty fncceed in fo daring an an repugnant to tfce interell of uni focfrtv for if laws that were fever made to bt repeated to the traijfgreflbrs of thofe would immediate end to all govern we hauld be initantiy invotvrdin anarchy and Itis evident the of tamfcrkkiiwere wife raeafurecj and anfwered de gretfort of fbofe with the c4 for Hwrir intereft would be a mea and that ao would any but fuch Met of men attempt to urged in their for this at attd there is one to be toe for iheir conhimp U another inftance of their ingratitude to tljeir countrv they raife folfe aigu pfcs for canaot lelvei we know the force of eveiy ami the truthof evsry 1 upon thatyou the public with yoirr pro and what grounds jsti If jour caufe is tad can be by and falf it mall have play 5 lrtulonct trou btetfswith fophifins orfalfennd coilufiVe founded upon ftHe If 70111 is it will ftand upWl its own folid bae and itfiit our weak attempts but if we frtid it pregnant with falfe and fupported only by a vain prefumpt ion of your fuperior knock it down with the fame cafe your porters would a mnepin s ami kf beft tryourftreagth in the determination tat rtie public If you it ot arifepnly from of the weakness of your caw ridicule will hs Icvere enough for your What t trftdsfnlcn to aftcon tratry to the general intereft of to relieve a tt of privatf people from the feotsrge the y it is too lew to comment on j but to give you foine couragement tff fhctlgh I yet I believe I ma vetrtcre o4uureyevtr if you beat wtbont you ftnd no ble If fo pftfumptiver as ikia will to exert ues to be had gratis of the following book i in Paternofterr w j Bwiilftreet j Owen and Hin JPemf Cornluil t the ookfdlers of Oxford and Cambridge and at the 4t 44 Tint dty puti pnce JSFLBGTIQNS on HIGH Paiefe of che Complaints and Dif bances ariCme therefif Containing afall vin charge unfawftli engn bsfiag Seldom more than a bare never allows that hpdy of men Or oppdfjfeuirity to caile thoughts above or cpatett with the richer for theirSj fooie uncommon and greAt uiiiioe them in ane untverfal fivjkW them forget and enibdldeas ithenr to faWeto tbtir wants with armed fore artd thflli they break iw apoh the Bw rarely but ja of uejflecled ittifrnansgecl Utke at Ja To the PRINTER of tht L L propofition in that arc not absolutely requice W either in proportion K t0 imficulrX aMnifenefs or to the ca pacity of t off ier whafe or to whole prejudice the propofl tien laid it needs no farther illuftratingj for of would any given proportion in fuppurt or gaicftany branch of know trade or if it was ifcJt tobe in vcftigated in proportion to its obfcuf This being neceffarily that we inveftigAte every proportion of coatequence that and df aw fuch fair oonclufions as tht nature of the propofition admits aud in a manner fo as to be univerfally It the pro pofiion appears calculated for public let ui adopt it i if let tu explode the opening the Cambrkk trade is a propofi tion in its nature lo far from being felfevident in the light they plaee that tliofe who adopt it fcarce understand the importance of it and are fo far from being inveftigate that they are Grangers to the munufafture and be unabk to enter into a proper dUcuffion ofjliis important poiiit in a nianner atisfaftory to the or deinojiltra ftrable to individuals who have a thorough knowledge of the But that the opening hade would be dfftruc is a proportion deinonArable tothemianeit ca aid for the fullowing very obvious reafons That we thereby encourage our midt natural and in veterate anenemy for evtr watchful over her own and as ready to take advantage of every negltft of ours an enemy fo far jram being and it 11 well we never could keep them to thefpir or letter of car nation treatiei How are we to expeft in particular branches of ftie will have more re gard to her faith and and any dependence of for receiving an for any concefljpa we grant them in is fo abfurd and that one would think no man m hit inuh more a fet of raen who piqne tliemftlyes on their kaow experience sad adopt fo exploited a That a uf this importance flwuW bo Upon fo precarious a it net only but If we have noeqoa wlkf nofie we can confide upon scquaiw us this n will d a that na upon give you kiiA The and I have for my affer that Uwre fiajc rittetl both in sinri fct tp make Cambrkks equal to ihe Fruith the Scotch can Spin and manu faclvre to great peritclicm five tlwm SIM lor had there no they had armjd rt Freitch before now there are now in tcwn two jnaaafafiurers from that wcultt en propex to from three next fummer andjf this bill does not and finuggling pi they in a year er make enough for Itoh They wholly fupply us new wUh Clear and are an eaflfr How this refutes the judgment cf our who fay we cannot make Cambncks I am autho rized alfo to feyj there has btfn no Cam bleached and then imuoffd on for Iniquity of this kind is not b ealily praflifed 5 they arc more watchful orer the improvement of their than to encourage fuch deftrucViw collufions the Scotchat a ail though you may be prejudiced agaiurt fbnje we are idves notwithout Snuggling trsde of Have Hie hcneit fpirtt to encourage the Scotch whatever improve ments they arrive it centers in our felves j on as bafe and and derogatory of your char 6brs be aiTiirtd the Scotch will make cam bricks to equal j vwvirti vtl l WVUl theuv I ftall tell and alfthe we with their and both from time and Some of thefaals we can willftll arrsvat greater owfecMon j we can Some of the faals have BO proper flax that cur ljinoers fingers were and jn Scotland the cold chopped It is a vrowder they faid nothing eife hindered con fideriog they had got North of Tweed that our wea in all our people and the French wits pretty com pliments to their country I would not have the fectingof thefe critics brains I mould find themcon foufirtly intanglei and intricate j I oijght to they have no or it will follow they no and the alternative is at their fer Having juft taken notice of thefe prefitd and to kt them I Jiad I fiall now tke wHsklgtle Ridicoie is the teft of fays a wri ter and though I do not admit of this on CTery fub yet it may juftly be efteemed a ftandard in our Caufe tried it I have weighed you wholefale men in the and found you wanting j but I fliall now fpare in hopes of your felfconyiftion and were you not judicially you might perceive aft from in unifon to this noble I hall juft gve you the parting Wow in your trial and though it lofes its forcsfor want of the will venture it as a detaohed Thefe are thy faid Aaron when Ke had exalted the and thefe are thy O France for the bringing in this deft their attempts and the petition be inrolled in the records of But not to wade time in words when we Vould be getting or pretend to no neceflary attri l bjits of man in wit and extenfive capacity l being as dhfant as the common fenfe is the equator or point of j here the merchant or tradefman mines glorioufly as the Sun in his true me ridian to common I muft tell that youare attempting to aft uucon derogatory of your characters as tradef and chrifttans you are attempting to pals a Bill through the Houfe upon your own ill founded your intereft and yonr ftrength in a caufe fo of our commercial and na tional andagainft the genias and opinion tiia bulk of the people and by a parity of reafoaing and any Bid might through or be irappfedon the Houfe that at all ren our prcperry and our liberty endan geredj J in thVname of the upon you to 1st us know natural end and de fignoftkis spplication to I have the areateft deference and the fcigitir opinion of the wifclom ef our and do not doubt but they through your fallacious yet even tey cannot be fo good judges in this caufe as our E nence WJintu at greater let me therefore advtfe a coalition of join your purfes and yoxrr hanrls for c mm n and nattuti intereft of and you will in the end find it ij the real intereft of The VETERAN Lttfrrs Young Fhifan Navy and Army employed the Reduction the Don Jack Catf f Kfn S t I doubt who trvw wel fare efthis country at will rejoice wiU me to by the of that honourable Houfc of which you are a that bills are already paft for prohibiting tha exporation of all forts of and for allowing the of wheat and wheat not only from our American but alfo from any of free of duty j from which falutary provisions great and important bene fits arejexpccied to refult every clafs of people ia this But this is not allj that honourable Houfe holds Out to the general view great and pleafing that thefe by the wifdom of be rendered fuhftantial and by appoint ing confder farther of die high price aod of other provifions in general with ia to provide every pofHble remedy agakilt probable danger of fuch diftrefs in fu as the poorer part for fome time paftgroaned In order to this defirable it will certain ly be necelTary to makeftrift enquiry into thecaufcs which have concurred in producing the evil j ex amine accurate ly to ftate how much each of thofe feveral caufts hath before any 3dfcq are can be The is too arduoos for my poor I the fabiecb is diftufe and and feeru to attend it the of tem per and as well as niHch greater know ledge and penetration than lean being very contiibutinir my mite toward the which I am forty to fay perhaps railly fa not X and many viewing it only through the me dium prtfent fttMeftert do themfelves to n to offer to your candid a few upon thofe popular topics
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