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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 1, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily APR I HAYMARKET GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver NEW with the AD on Thurday evening next The doors to be eptned at fix to beginexactly ftt lev en Boxes Pit Gallery For the BENEFIT of Mils P O F AT the Theyre Royal in on the of will be prefented a called The CONSCIOUS Bevil Holland Burton 5 Vaughan Km5 There will be no admitWtce behind the To exactly at fix Vivant Rex to be had of Mifs m j and of GHHOUSE will be opened on xMon t and on the Wednesday and Friday f m t ufusl Evening entertainment Wednefdays m 0tea and April I is hereby that a general meet tns VUeuterancy of the county beield on the day at eteven of the clock in the fore retattns to the who carries 011 the Carpet v begs leave to inform the u Ttatheis now in where fortntcht during which time BENJAMIN in takes this method to acquaint his Friends and the That he has opened the formerly belonging to the Rofe without for Dorchefter and other fine where Merchants and Captains of hips may be fupplied for exportation and thofe Gentlemen who pleaie to favour him with their com may depend upon being fervid a ge nuine All iorts of foreign wines and fine table The SECOND NIGHTs By To begin exactly at half an hour of THE LIBRARY of JOHN Eiq of Sun lately deceafed confuting of thegreateft number of the belt and fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in any one collection in this Likewife many of rareit and beftf Spanifh By SAMUEL At his houfe in Catalogues to be had price at the place of B O O K S This Day on NEAR THOUSAND in and Englifh being the Libraries of the late of Hackney the late John of Efq and others The whole making a fine in the various faculties and fciences j books of and of the firft impreff ons many on royal and imperial paper and fplendidJy bound in Morocco and in the Paris bind ln and Witt btpuUijhed an AN ADDRESS to a Reprefentation ef a feries of relatingCto the fchems of cutting a navigable canal from the river at Wifden in the county of to the river in the county of Chefter in which many extraordinary anecdotes are laid open and Printed for all the bookfellers in e trom and much andva bookswill be fold cheap at the prices printed in the catalogue This and Every By Lv D AV I S and R E Y M E R Oppbiite Printers to the Royal Catalogues arc delivered by in Piccadilly in Pallmall in New Bondftreet at Charingcrofs at Templebar 5 at Johns Corn hill at Eathy HE LONDON for publiftied this price enly is erabel lilhedwith an elegant portrait of the late celebrated and a new and accurate map of the pro vince Munfter in engraved by Kitchin j and contains in feven half beets of letter a great variety of original and other curious effays on various with every public in the courfe ot the month the genuine lives of Thompfon the and Pope Sixtas Hiltory of the late war in Printed for in fit In the London lor January were given amao of the province of Ulfterin Ireland and a true picture of a coal when the are was a map Peithmire in and an exaft of that curious animal the American Arrnadill4 a ofthe ingenious lit few days day is in one Illuitrated with price in TH E ELEMENTS of CLOCK and WATCH adapted to In two By ALEXANDER London Printed for the and fold at his houfe in New Bond ftreet and by the follow ing bookJellers and hi the Strand Pallmall Coventgarden Richardfon and at the Royal Exchange Fletcher and Ander Pauls churchyard at the Meufe New Bondftreet andby Kin and in This Day were Two New one in Price the other in price N ESSAY towards a general HISTORY of FEUDALPROPERTY in un der the followingheads Hiftory of the introduc tion of the Feudal Syftem into Hif tory of Hiftory of the Alienation of Land Hiftory of Hiltory of the Laws or Succeflion Hiftory of the Forms of Hiftory of Juyifdic and theForms of Procedure in Hif tory of the Conftitution of By JOHN Efqj Printed for in the and vvho gicide if he flail He well tlist in that cafe his much leiFened by fome late ally annihi lated by of fo a Pie well that the though they yet ex an attack upon t eir For INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY an EXTRACT of a LETTER from four large volumes price A NewEdition beinz the Third of BISHOP BURNETs HISTORY of his OWN Together with the Authors and fome explanatory by the bis late one of the Judges of his Majeftys Court of Common Printed for in Covent garden ttif day JJ price In One Volume THE CONFESSIONAL A Full and Free Inquiry into the and of eltablifhing Syftematical Confeflions of Faith and Doctrine in Proteftant Printed for in the left and moft whole fome liquor for the any foreign fpints Cavita 5 with coneft plans of by Mr matter of his Wfoi 1P CASE Of a SQME little time Sarah in Wo it applied to in a being blind with a cataract m each The left eye being and fit for after a few days neceffary preparation nf the oVtient performed the operation m the pre oS gentlemen of the faculty 5 by which with the moft imaginable little s reftoreS to and her eye rendered as mtmuing fo as if it lud never This 4aj Correctly printed on a good gaper and In twelve large volumss price Adorned with a HEAD of the defigned by THE WORKS of HENRY Efq With an ESSAY on the LIFE and GENIUS of the By ARTHUR of Lincoln Printed for in the Where may be An degant edition of HIS printed on a in four volumes Price hand fomely bound Five This day ts price with a head ofthe celebrated Queen of a fine Hiftorical and a new Song upon for different inftrurneuts N u M B E R of THE COURT MISCELLANY GENTLE MAN and LADYS MAGAZINE For The following are a fmall part of the contents Memoirs of Queen of with a fine The whimfical diftrefs of a An account of a remarkable A furprizing recovery from deafnefs and H ftoiy relative to Richard King of and an British An account of the drefs of from the earheft Letter from a young lady introduced into polite The chapter of an amiable An account ofthe manners of the about the time ofthe Ner man The danger of too eafy illuftrated in the hiftory of Theufe of locufts for food in from Hailelquift s A Chinefe The palfion of vanity humoroufly with the featsof a knight of the Original letters of the celebrated Earl of The abfurdity of indifcriminate Remarks on the character and court of Charles the with brae account of the Dutchefs of Po Nell and other miftreffes of that The Vicar of Wakefields fermoa to his fellow pn The character of the modern tranflated from the The French philofo Complaints of the degeneracy of the Heceiver Taylor can produce to any dubious per imberlcfs inftances of his fucceis in cure will convince them of the great the of couching o that or jyc chryitalline the firft fure the dangerous and Mr Taylor may be fpake witlT every n and confuted in all the variety ot ciiior incidentto the eyss in the treatment of he can fafely he has had more exue fnccefs than anV Practitioner in this king ce and fuccefs tfon any pra fllgrounded and The deceiver a tale adorned with an account of the efcape of Km To the P R I N T E a fruit tree is it needs L JwLYW W if cultivation one man f can look after a very large orchard the trees growth while the owner fleeps and they bloflbm ji while he fots away his time in the The fruit indeed nmft be but few hands are employed in that compared with the thoufands that labour in The prices of flour and bread alfo ad raonifli us of the neceffity incumbent on all to dif courage by every poflible method the rage of convert ing corn fields into and teach us that the inhabitants of the cyder counties deferve reward for robbing our home markets of the great quantities of corn that would grow on the extenfive lawns of thefe wide if properly cultivated and fown with different forts of In that their rifing which are thrown away in growing would be much better employed in raif ing of which we have fo fmall a quantity in though by experience found extremely ufeful in feeding our horfes and their richer foils would prefent us with an effectual fupply of Eread made cf whenten flour jifes fo much in price that the induftrious labourer can hardly come at though every fefiion of parliament affords us acts by the hundred for dividing for the fake of raifmg encreafed quantities of corn 5 and the farmers all over this ifiand except in the cydei counties indefa igably purfue the bufinefs of raifm wherever it is poflible they rend wrTh gun and remove liuge which have laid in their beds fince the creation they root up dellroy ufelefs cover their grounds with and leave na which can contribute towards feeding cur and filling our markets with plenty of The lazy owner of orchards alone plans life to be pent in and takes his meaiures fo that the ordi nary operations of nature fupport him in extrava while he waftes his time in riets and de bauchery he withdraws his fields from the fervice ef the and debars the induftrious from en tering his inclofures he interdicts the poor from living by and exerts all his abilities in pre venting our markets from being filled with Such is the man whom our Minifters delight to ho whom they cherifh with an exemption from excife arid whom they encourage in every in And why Becaufe a certain private man will not on other terms aflume the guidance of a ftate which he hath ruined by and ex haufted by war and becaufe he hath promifed once raore to uuunt the car in cafe of the repeal of the act laying additional duties on Let us if this promife is to be confided and if the peiforrnance of it would be attended with any benefit to the As to the branch of the I think it maybe foon difyatched forunleis fhedding of profu fiori of and an endlefs accumulation of na tional can be eiteemed public the pub lic can promife themfelves no advantage from the re newal of an Adminiltration which amply curfed us with thefe As to other branch of this a performance of this promife can ever be expected by any man of tolerable under ftancJing the antwer is nearly as Isitne to lay on taxes in order to fupply the de cannot ffe ence irieh pockets and for Piis in cafe at the grand deceiver then quickly take up its where his popularity formerly Ali fenfible even among the loweft of the peo already forefeVthe ecnieqttencss of the late re and a new tax will open the eyes of the morl obftinate Indian auMils and This is no fecret to the fo much courted And any without the Spirit ot inav quickly that feme few iericus nflexioas on the necefTsry confequences of events of that naiure i will perfuadethe old fox tcbreak his promif to bis that he may not break hTs credit with the few his late unpopular has Lit hiny5a We cannot that comnaf fion for the difconiblate whom iie has fn ftrongly wiildetermine him to keep his A man who had no Tion forrhe daner of his but baieiy left a vacant vviiiie the ftate laboured under the moft violent hurricane in which it had ever been can pay no regard to the vexation of deluded whole lous weaknefs he probably laughs at in A who will tax England for the fcke cf opulent cannot feei for the furrows of Englifb j The who laid iuch iinmene loads of j debt on our will never afiift in lefienino j thofe immoderate The whicli die tated in his breaft theie meafures will never iuffer him to lend hi hand to afluaoeotir For thefe and many other reaions I take it for whatever his profeffions that the who lean on that Egyptian a Pittonian will loon find theinhlves bub and left in the into which their ealy believing tempers have led doubt not but that a very fhort time will fullydtisfy them of the truth of this Every new week will preient them with new difappointments on that till a journey will mass the matter quite Then our minifters will to their the abfurdity of depending upon an fickle and felfmterelbd who is always difpofed to the flirine of the moft facred and cares not one fig who fufFers in their peace of or reputa provided he can continue to himfelf that character of which he has fo uiijuftly and now lies fprawling in But our mangled tormented with ftretches out her fuppiicating hands for calls aloud for aid from her really patriot invites to the adminiftration of her 00 vernmerit a firm wlio by equal and an equitable diftribution ofthe public burden tem pered with a laudable will baniih from her councils that iniquitous which dictates thofe unjuftifiable immvinities from which allhoneft men fo reafonaoly Till that happy event unites us in on joint endeavour for rhe public we muft be a miferaffe torn with fac tion and harrafldtwith divliions and hov likely it is that this agreeable cera w ill till our preient minifterial infants in leadingfirings are removed from I leave with ail men of lenle to S EM PR ON I Letters rrceived Arabella Quidnunc Leonoras Card and An Extract c a Letter from lcLl i a tale adorned with an elegant An r Tf incr from the city of Poetry The a ballad bv On chanty The origin of kiffine A fong bv a gentleman of the umverfity of New An ode to on the approach of the late An I v ah an fong f moby Mingottn Wil tranftated by Mifs Wil for Richardfon and under the R vil Exchange in Hie Strand and fold by atithe bookfellers and newscarriers in Great Britain and Of 1 whom any of the former numbers may be fit TRANQJJILIUS5 V come can be ajursd of ibe fact that his jljali bs infer ted ficiency in the public occafioned by the re peal of tiie American and of the add tional duties on cyder I few people quef tioji the neceffity of a new in order to fupply thefe If from whence is it to levied From England to be Upon fuch an would that Minifter remain popular in Eng taxed us for the fake cf relieving Ame rica The common people can with patience be in formed cf the repeal the American but when they feel laid upon them felves on that what will they then fay or how will they rave and florin at their Indian To the P R I T E March WHAT a wottd do we live in No fooiier can any man appear as a friend to but fome narrowmirukd or felfintereltcd will oppofe all his good dcfigns not content with fuch will kiad with infamy thofe who would feek to relieve their fellowfubjevit from the burthens of Such is the prefent cafe in regard to your correfpondent OivfEG That worthy friend to the to the to the nation in general that excellent and truly pa tiioticadvjfer in the moft mafterly with a diction flowing from a good pointed out the fufferingsof the labouring part of this hath fliewed their manifold diftrefles and and endeavoured to fet the caufe and cure of them in a fair and equitable light yet for thefe fervices in ftead ofthe united thanks of every reader of his let ters he has been attacked in the vileft manner by in your paper of this But who is this AntiGmega that would damp the falurary ef fects that might arife from OMEGAS letter Is it fome foreftaller or whole infamous practices OMEGA has detected Is it fame tool of a Statefman ibme aflertor of flavery fome who draws his pen in the caufe of in famy Such alone could dare to afe fo bale an ac as to ibe wbole drift of Omega ft cms to kindle fedition in ibe minds For the proof of his aflertion he appeals to the and yth of OMEGAS I have fince resd thole letters with the ftridteft and have not found onefyllable that can be conftrued to have fuch a tendency by any but fuch would 9 deftroy the credit of who would bale Is that the pocr are fedition Is the detecting the fchemes of foreftallers and monopolisers who eat the bread of and iinpioufiy rcider the bounty of indulgent heaver fedition ing it is policy to feed with ;