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   Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 18, 1774, London, Middlesex                                J"  1 � �3 u Y jxwuxm Price Two pence Half-p^rxsy. to 4 p Actanan ft U R'-Y - LANE, f  His  SJ-A J E S-T- Y Vs ;C  Packer 5 iFrankiyj-: Mr. Aickinj Jack  A?eggot, Mr^Doddj Tefter, Mr. Weftonj Buckle Mr Mrs, Strickland; Mrs-'Barryj     t Tacincha, Uih Vounge ; Lucetta, Mrs. Love;- Landlady   Mrs. 'Bradtowj 'Milliner,. Mrs-Daviesj Claririda by Mifs FO.PE, With E NT ERT A I-N'M E N T S. No Perfoh to be admitted behind the Scenes, nor iny Money returned, after.the Curtain is drawn up. Thedbors to be ppenetj:arJri*e, and begin exaftiy at .\ Six o'clock. Boxes s.   Pit 3s. ..FaftGaLas.  Upper Gal. is. Places to.be taken of Mr. Johnfton'(only) at the Stage Door. Vi*vant Rex & Regina *1 C O V E N T - G A R D E N. Tthe Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, This Day, wiD be prefented A The N k   _ s 1 Youn^ Mirate1, Mr. SMITHj Captain DumetCj Mr. WOODWARD; Old Mirabel, Mr, SHUTER; Dugardj Mr, Gardner $   Petit, Mr. Cuihing 5 ;  Oriana, Mrs. Leflinghamj Lamorce, Mifs Ogilvie; And Bizaie; by Mifs MACKLIN. To which" will be added, .A New Pantomime Entertainment, (nth time) called The SYLPHS: ' . Or,   HARLEQUIN's  GAMBOLS. The Mufic entirely rew, by Mr. Frfher. Harlequin, Wr. LB WE S 5 Principal Sylph, Mifs B R O W N. The other rhara&ers.by Mr. Quick, Mr. King, Mr. Wignell, Mr. Fox, Mr. Bakery Mr."Thompfon, Mr. Banks, Mr. Wild, Mr. Harris, Mr. Davis, Mr. HolHngfwoith, Mrs. Pitt, Mrs. Wiltems, Mrs. HelmerMrs. White, Colombine;, Mils    TWIST. The Dances by Mr. Fiihar, Mifs Valois, Mifs Capon. With rftw Scenes, Machines,Dreffes'and Decorations. Tlje whole to conclude with A Capital Scene by Servandoni. The Doors to be opened at' Five ojcjock. To begin. �xa�Uy at SIX. Place* for the Boxes to be J ad [�niy) ot Mr. Sarjant at the S'age Door. Br any Money returned after the Curtain is drawn up. Hexes 5s*'. Pit 3s. Firft Gall. 2s. Upper^Galh is\ Fiand Smyrna,    . :   : ;y to touch at one port in the Channel) S   A : L   L   Y, DAVID BARRY, Commander. gURTHEN 14b  Tons, Guns and men ahfwerable. Lying off Iron Gate.    ' For Naples and Meffina, fV?ith.liberty- to touch at one"port in the channel,) The    A BR AH A M, RICHARD YATES, Commander, URTHEN   ico   tons, Guns and men anfwerable, Lying at the Hermitage, And will abfolute depan on Saturday ntx? thera.2d inft. Tile Commander to be f*po^e with every morning :t Sam^s Coffee-hoiife, near the Cuf^-tom-hodfe; on the Exchange in the Italian Walk, before and after Exchange at Will's Coffee-houfe In Cyrnhlll,.or HENRY CHAPMAN and WILLIAM ELYARD, fur the Commander, No. 47, Mark-lane. ^ m For   Newfoundland, (With liberty to call at Cork;) The   PRINCE   of  WALES, JOHN LUTTON,  fcommander, - t^^l    "D u R T H E N   120  Tons, JO   -;Cs?ns:aod A en ahfwerable, Iyirig;atHcrflydown, and will ab-folutely depart the fir ft week in February ' Tfifi?-fajd commander to be fpoUe with I \  w On Thurfday next   Price.One Shilling and Six-pence^ Thelaft now Play, E N R Y; the    S EC ON D : Or, The Fall of Rofamond. ' . A.T�agedy3 As it isnowadriflgattheThcatreRoyal,Covent-garden. Printed for Job a Bell, near Excer 'change, Strand, and C., Etherington,at.York. THE Specialty Cr H O R> E, Efq5 0 of the Morfe'Eaft l'i\4jam2n at the Feathers Tavern in the ^ira^HF> 7 2d Inftant. at Seven o'clock' i^^Sb' Special affairs. ^'   ' The above Creditors are defirftFto team, an account of their refpedlive del the eftate of Ae faid'John Home, tijjjjl Townley Ward, Attorney, in Hehr^et^t, of TU^JSf te Commander efted to  meet the WSNRY.CHAPMAN *nd WILLIAM ^jtKe Cbmrnander, 47j Mark-lane^ -�     c; !.y -      '-;-- or- Ahcona;? -lahd, Triefte, p\{Wsth Eberiy to call at One Sort in the Channel) " ^^U^QNDOSJ   PACKET, GEORGE SIMP?PN, Commander; J> URTHEN 120 Tons, 3    Guns and JVIen anfwerable. ^yir^pff.-the Kermitage. *f he m^gr^art .^her'-carga engaged. T&^cbmma^^rtp'^ Ipbke- with every morning at'SSfn's corfee-houfe ; 'in-houfej' on the Exchange in the Ita- ^;fieiore and after C^nge at Wall's coffee-  r the Cbfnmande No, 47, Mark-lane. w - vent-garden. Thurfday Noon will-b^publijked,      <-Price'One Shillinc and Six-pence, CONSIDERATIONS on certain -Political Tranfaftioos < f '/hdHrhvince-of South Carolina j coptaining a view of the Colony Legislatures, (under thedsfenption of that of Carolina in particular) with, obftrvations, mewiiig their refemblance *o the Er;tiftt Model. ^ Irl vitiam libcrtas excidlf, et vim Dignam lege Iiegi.-:--- Printed ifor T/Carleli, irvthe Strand. TuefdayFek In z vols, odavn, price r2.s. i QUINTILIAN'sINSTlTUTES of the -ORAJOR, in Twelve Books 9 translated from the friginal LatinA according to the Pa id edition of Profcffor RoUih, and illuftrated with Critical and. Explanatory Notes. By  J.   PATS ALL,   A. M. rri.nred for B. Law, atNo.'i?, Avemary-lane; t, V/ilfcie, at Ko. jr, St. Paul's churchyard j and j. Rob/on, in New Eond-ftreet, ' O O K S   imported  by  T.   DAVIE S,  Roflel-Sflreer, Covent-Garden, Ecueil d'Eftampea --d'a-pres Ic� Tableaux que ibnt dandle Cabinet, -d  innholder> and de-piftyifoftmajler of that place, ft'ands charged upon'oath, on a 'violent fufpicion of having felo-, nioufly ftolen out of the Pofl Office there, federal bank notes and bills contained in letters fent to the Pofl.   �     ^ / The [faid William Harvey abfeonded from his dwelling houfe at Amerjham aforefaid, on Sunday la ft the gth infant: he is about forty years of age, ftve feet fx inches high, wiry fat, Jhort neck, and carries Sis fie/id very upright; is remarkably full cheftedy rather a blackQomplex-ion, port thick nofe, very full eyes, \vears a black curPd wig, with a Tyburn top, and is fuppofed to ha e had on a brown coat and rtd, waificcat when he abfeonded* Whofoever pa I apprehend and con aiht Lawrence wines, Gorgona Anchovies, French apci Jpanifti olives, caviare, indea,; mangoes,\foj, verma-. celli, morelles, trurrles, &c. . .v - Wanted/ a Porter that has .been ufed. to the^dfl trajle.; -Wkhoutan ubexceptiWalile chara'fter^ it will benwdttfttp appljtv.-. To the Printer of the MoRNi^ci Chronicle s lit;      ; has often furprlfced me that his Grace the Duke of R- T A ^ - � - dj who is ib patriotically anxious fcr the welfare of this unfortunate country, and ma-* nifefls ftich a-defire ofjefirm-ino-'abufW does'nor himfelf think of jemov-ing a Very great grievance which falb immediately within the compafs cf his own gower, and which, if removed," woulibe aJlronger pTpof of his fin cere regard for the ptrblic goodj than the rheft veherneni; harangue he-can ever pronounce either again ft arbitrary Mtnilters or corrupt Par!i.*nienrs. By a grant of Charles tha Wooifall, I am^old that a Groat achaldrou is levied upon'all coals, imported into the harbour of London, ^ and that the moneys raifed by this grant, was fet.led by the facetious prince in vvhofe reign it palled, uporx the i/Tue of a b--r-, anccflcr to the p.efent L-:-:X,..'irii Second, Mr. d puffant Duke of R A--y.-His Grace, I hop;', will not be offended' with me, for reminding him of his fpurioos origin, fince all the confequerice he poffeiFjs proceeds from this little blot in h*l3 efcutcheon.-He will moreover rccollcclj that William the Nopraan^ though a bailard, was deemed a very proper root for Kings ar.d Emperors, and therefore reconcile himfelf on one hand to the humiliating bar in the coat of his ftipes% as Dr. Blackitone expreffes ic fince on the other, his being . the defcendent of fuch a ftipes has been attended with peculiar advantages.-But to the point: The groat a chaldron levisdjjlupon all 'the coals brought into't-hc port of London,a moun ts upon an average, as I am vvell informed, to i'6,oool. a year. Now, Sir, why vve and our pofterity fhould pay fo heavy a tax out of compliment to the adultery of. a profligate prince, is a matter which I-.wiffi the''virtuous Duke of R---d would clear, up to the fatisfadion of the public, fince he is fuch an enemy to all mihifterialopprefiions,.and is at this moment a voluntary champion for the rights of the1 people.'- The chicariery of Weftininiter-hall may poflibly derive a legal title from the length of a grievance, and xnfift chat wh^t was in itfelf originally unjufiifiable roay be fan&i-fied inio right, by the cobuebs of a centum But'elivated minds like the Duke of d'^'muft-difdain the.litt?e'ssfs of alljudi- -His Grace rnuft feel that improper to continue any thing, it was improper to. introduce, and therefore I hope h� will fet an example of that difintereftednefs which he ilrenuoufly recommends to others, by throwing.up a grant' which is Volefs a burden upon the {boulders of his dear, his bleeding country, than a difgrace to his own patriotifm. If he ^j-ehis, i /hall believe him really in earned-If he docs not He may fplit the ears of the Leaden hall groundlings,' as long as he pleafes.; but he never will excite a fingie fentiment of regard in any man either of adlual probity- or cohi-nion underftar.ding. I addrefs myfelf/on this .occafion, Mr. -Woodfall, to the Duke of R. immediately, bc-caufehe is now the only political Curtiu^who o.ltentatioujly braves the gulph- of .minilterial defpotifm. But, Sir," though I name no1 oiv but. his Grace, Imean my letter as a.general call upon all our placed -and penfioned patriots, to.fpare their poor country*, and \& relinquifh the annual thoufands which\they wring from t)\t nitferitf of an unfortunate nation.   It " R cxal-'fubterfuge, it  "is which is. in vain that our popular friends exclaim againft ufelefs places and penfionsnf th?y caa Hoop to accept of either themjelves.7' If vye viujl be ~dcv6arcd; the too: h of a Chatham v^ill be as ftiarp as the grinder of a Holland, Or if we fuirer every man to be his own carl ve.-j there is not a Right Honourable Leech in the cular fattenieg upon our vitals. whole catalogue, without aplea of parti-, � iervites, lor ah' exclufive p'rivikge cf However, Sir, if our patriots are indeed the mirrors of public fpiritj they would have us think them; "I have faid enough to alarm their virtue, and fhall take tip no moreof ybuf paper than what is neceffiry to tell you that I am your's moft truly; -      - ALGERNOON SIDNEY. *-  -  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ For the Morning Chroniclb. 16  Mr.   R Y L A N D. SIR,    .   . As well as many more gentlemen, -are firmly of opinion, that y^a are one of thofe fpeechifying evidences, whobyendei-vounng to fay fomethfng i'n ah unhappy man's favour* fay fo much as'to malte e'vety. perfoa of the leafthumanity ihotfked at y&arimpru-dence; and which affertion I think- is eafily proved by examining your evidencer- �  if, You fay the prifoner came und beft reCommeftdattdn,     the-year 1-th'e 2d part of che Se'ffio/iF paper) -he^ nued -till i?jc>, he b^have3 \vith th honefty, and that you h^d .the mo confidence in him* nate^man was guilty of a fev^in on Which accpifnt -yo� perfuaded -abroad; and daring chei time he ^ a   

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