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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 4, 1766, London, Middlesex F R I D PHIL H A V M A R K A T T H B KiNOs THEATRE in the the sth of will be foertormed a favourite Serious ealled D E M O F O O N T Mulic cpmpofed by Signior With Fit and boxes to put and no perlbns to be admitted without which toffi be at at fcalf a iruinea each i Gallery five M AJESTLES No perfori whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at To begin at half aw hour after fix Vivunt Rex For the BENEFIT of Mifs AT the Theatre Royal in on the 14th of will be preiented The BEGGARS Vemon Yates Branfoy Parfons Kear5 Burton 5 Strange Abington being her firft appearance ni that charafter Diana Bradfhaw j Mw WRIGHT being her fint appearance inthat To conclude with a Country In a Hornpipe by Mifs With There will be no admittance behind the Tickets to be had of Mifs at coach at the Golden near Longacre and of John at the ftagedoor where places may be AS Y L U J fflHE Evening fervice in the chapel of this cha I will begin next at half an hour after five The Morning fervice at April OTlCE is hereby that a general mest ingof his Majeftys Lieutenancy of the county will be held on the Sth day of April at eleven of the clock in the fore at in for the further putting in execution the act of par liament relating to the A Young man of weH qualified tur a merchants accompting or wholefale not particularly attached to any his whole expectations in life depending on his future is wiUingto engage many thing that would atbrd an opportunity ptexerting the effects of a good education and capacity Aopinan to a woollen or wholefale wouldbe Goodfecurity will be given if As to a falarys treing wduld chafe to defer that tillQial has of and An Lloyds cqf wilt be y N Jbri day is THE TK1AL of PHILIP late LieutenantGovernor of Law Guard at a General Court lately held at the Printed for nest the Fieetftieet and R pV Shortly wiil be The Trial of Capt japies atthe fame titoe and uiitt AJiARRjAJiVE of what raffed between General Sir in confetmence of a Letterwrote by the latter to the 1 of relative to the publication ot iome original Letters and in Thick uefies written by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu Printed for next the Mitre This day is Jleatly printed in large price in of ANEW AND COMPLETE Of ARTS and Sen NCES comprehending all the branches of ufeful with defcriptions as well of the various inftru and fchemes neceffary for il luftrating as cf the prepara andufesof natural whether ani or fluids toge ther with the and ctfher remarkable throughout the world fhe whole extiacled from the belt authors in al Bya SOCIETY ef The fecond with and This moft ufeful and enter taining work is Hluftrated with upwards of two thou fand copperplate elegantly ex plaining the great variety of fubjects Arithmetic and Algebra Anatomy Architecture 59 Aftronomy 78 Plants of different kinds Instruments and opera tions in furgery 155 Dialling 18 Joffil 55 Art of ganging to Geometry Heraldry 96 Bufbandry and Garden ing Bydrpftatic lie figures No Fifhes of different kinds The FIFTH N I ft By A U C T I O To begin exactly at half an hour after of THE LIBRARY of JOHN Efqi of Sun ningHill latelydeceafed coHfiflins of the greatelt number of the beft and fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in any one collection in this Likewife many of the rareit and belt Spanifh S A M UE L BAKE At his houfe in Covent Catalogues to be had price at the place of This day price AN EXAMINATION of Kenritks REVIEW of Johnftons EDITION of Printed for in Ludgateitreet and fold by in Tins Day is The FIRST VOLUME of THE FOOL of QUA LIT Y the Hiftory of Henry Earl of MOREL By Printed for in THE CRITICAL REVIEW ANNALS of for MARCH pub lifhed This price contains Nagejnts Hiftory of Dathes Eflajjon the Hiitory of Whitworhs Edition of Lloyds Reimaruss principal Truths of Natural Religion The Truth of the Chriftian Religion Sharpts Antenuptial fornication HaflelquhTs Voyages and Harriss Account of the Life of Charles The Life of James The Faithful The Clandeftine a Cunninghams And large Monthly amounting in the whole tp 35 with Printed for in ep pofite Fleetltreet 5 and fold by in Paternofterrow and all other Thofe Gentlemen whe have fent Obfervations on the Account of Johnfons Shakefpear in the Critical will find their objections in the preient number for March and the letters on dafired to be returned will be by the on the proper fignatures being For the Liters figned PHILO JOSEPH A loft To the Sincerely congratulate my coun try on the repeal of ths Stamp As the old and friends watched every hopes of finding out and proclaiming any undue though without fuccefs have great reafon to that never any with clearer ftricler or more ho nourtcbie fentiments of i y and his have hinted tliat the clamour was without and that the influenced certain men who were to take upon themfelves the character of mer in order to aggravate the outcry but thefe writers might as juftly have accufed the miniftry with bribing every member who voted for a repeal 5 in nothing has been fo fliamefully falfe but thefe writers have afferted without or defended without fo that they could but throw dirt Perhaps never was an pafTed with greater free dom of or more liberty of private judgment and every ftep taken in it demonftrates that the mij niftry had no other hand in it than as friends to the Had they attempted a repeal merely out of oppbfition to their whilft the Stamp Acl met with univeifalapprobation from the com I think it is evident the acl for a repeal would never had the public ap proved of the acl that fo diftreffed the the projectors of that acl would have defied all oppofi They would certainly have carried their point for and an inhuman de ftruclion among our countrymen The miniftry are certainly worthy of high honour for fo zealoufly joining with the voice of coun try upon this important occafion I cannot but conceive that every individual who exerted his great or fmall abilities in fo noble an is alfo worthy of to the dlfinterefted ef forts he made to ferve the From the great and worthy to the poor infignificant Tran everyheneft man who pointed out the pro priety of a is worthy of thanks according to the proportion of his influence butthe voice of reve rence acclamation in moft juftly due fo tlist Majority in the which had the vir tue to bring about a regulation fo much to their ho becaufc fo beneficial to The only fnew of juft lamentation if it was true among thofe who were agaiuft the is We have now loft ali our power or influence over the colonifts But this can never be laid with juf till the colonifts fly in the face of the mother rcjecl the governor he or renounce U their original Thisbebaviour would indi cate their paying no regard to our authority but till they are how abfurd would it be for us to i puoifii wiiiift they keep up a regard to Printed for near Of l and a propej connexion with the mo whom complete fem in eigKt country it is ridiculous for us to abufe or treat price or 1 thfm as rcbeu by this kind of treating the Thofe to wkem this i hitlurto may learn its vafuefrem fuch as have ready bourht of wham there are few who will py not allow ft equal to the r On j May will be published regdltirly every sajnth tiil tht whok is cvtnpe that if by inadvertence we make a law inconriftent with their or the nature of their fitua tion at io we are ready to hear re avirtuous majority will ever do I expect to hear of the moft grateful returns from the Americans for the lategenerous attention of their mo tin r country to their Let the colonilts a net we can never repent of having acted fo nobly to excite their gratitude but fliould thSy ever behave unworthy of their ori their our we have al ways a remedy at Tlie cojirequences of the repeal at are too evident to need a They are happy to the the and to but tliofe who lecretly lament that their ineafures were not though by the blood of fands They indeed in Had we butcheied thela rebels into trade would hereafterhave flouriflied again with the That in plain after our poor had been ftarved for want of employ or hanged for raif ing tumults j and after the American cities had been the prople half cut and the remain der made inveterate and everlafting a flou trade liavebeen rdlored people unable or averfe to andthofeoTtlieii mothtr who bad neither confidence in their cre4itTnor ability to fupnly tliem for ready money Thfc piclure is not more imaginary than uiany ter confequenccs pointed as likely to ielult rem the byAxti Sejanus and his a diverfity of opinions anoiigft j but I never heard a man reaibn for enforcing the Stamp fuch evident of or yifpofitron to foira aad terrible hydras in have concluded never he by very wicked cnfitery weak y feems to have made his exit at we may Juppofe the produc tions that he has only madeatranf roigratioh into other He leems to take a new name in every and other bear fuch evident tokens of one mans I wonder that any man offenle ffiould direcl Sejaups to purfuefo fooliih a icherne toinflame aoji One would think by that there one able writer in the kingdom fobafe as diviife himfelf into fo many forms to fa violent andodious a fhould Anti Se appear to employ an hundred pens tobepraife the late as the moft the prefent as boys by the great and as only fit for or the moiiinfignifi flations in the Yet the public can never be by fuch bold upftipported by theleRft Aadow of proof efpecially whilft all the PROOFS are quite oppoffte to what men dsiiy Far it now generally that the Lit P ininiilry were not cor are the prefent till thefegloomy fouls can find a real caufe of they can have no they defsrye may aswell be as a caufe fo univerfaliy To fum up the I Vhink there is fomeVhing dreadful in the fenriinencs of thofe wouki have butchered all rather than hsve up this grievance i would as foon give my voice for an Hiftcntctto teprefent as any one who exerted all his oratory or u have the Stamp That by giving up this we have prevented ail human ap pearance a dreadful icene of calamities among our Mechanics Navigation Optics Birds of different 33 j kinds 1 45 figures Philofbphical Topics Pliifiolosrical Subjects Pneumatic machines Diiferent inftrumentsand methods in 57 other Animals 68 figures 141 Total Befides a variety of different of many of the which this beyend toniparij the moft and belt of the j was offered to theVK fo ve y I cffudi irmre tli think the repeal will have the s our brethren abroad they will be ever of our over crrdiiigto the ch fcttltmeat and and dertaken ty folicit ajiibfcription for pleati the caufe upon the principks of good at well Us humanity and with a very and I dare a very ciiiintereftcd The proverbial faying eat out of mind and this is fo vrue fhat even the great concerns of eternity are too ofreri negledled Though imviitsd to as a racleriftical yet in tlkiTne of things ge ntrally aft a confident part It iny be now nopsd we mill do what is right fit to be agreeably to the dictates of our own and tiie pecuniary abilities of that he who gives ahd thnt no man has a right to afic another who gives any yf his approbation either his name or withcut it why he contributes fo or fo or if he does not give at all neither is he obliged te ddclsre Lis I have not only coiatriouted rny but I will tell you why I think ethers who Can ufford i IhouJ j give In regard to diftance of time fince this it muft be that through the inad vertency of the in not appointed A or not having fre from Ui3 prejudices prevailing inrdation in wilhout diflincticn of this not at firii in that rapid raanntr 10 in fome mea to fuch Rind of I undfriianJ has purpofcly kh dor mant for two or tLvw rnbnriis that our minds were with the grent iSwicli we ihyuld not ihow rmich attention to the poor thonsU tliejgte diiiinct an ith hediiits euce of btcciniiig 13i itilh fub jedhj in a couqucred the inhabitants of theCape of Good Diftance of as the Cafe very properly fets ought not to create iny difference in the minds of a people whofe empire is extended to fuch reinots Jregions over the tlwe is no peoole roaktS anj dominions very dift f from the leat of and pays attention to m in proporiion as they or hope to re cejve troin fuch foreign As ail intelligent awl a people whofe enlarged by a vail extent of know fo fome degree to make the whole earth thejr raore whilit we entertain an amiable partiality for the foot we live ought to habituate ourfelves to the confidtration of being but furciy citizens of that part of the world which our fellow fubjects in As a brave and we owe a more peculiar Immunity andpolitencls to msa like It has ever been deemed propei fv of bravery to lijewicinLlntis to tiioie who liavsj u their duty in the fame manner wt wiflithey fhouldfhovvinowrfavouriii liiypot which they Tviien as integrity to generally go hand in there is fod but uponthe lame be now expected of the fa As free we a right to in the changes and chances of all human remonftrances fometimes preveiu thole mifchicfs would otherwife befall a nation but ftiii obe dience to as well as divine is better than theufaiido of upou ths Thefe Ca I MM well allured by thofe who kncnv them liave the peculiar characterftic of a contented at the and poor manufacturers and have done all that realon can require towards con ciliating of our coimtiymen That the by condefcending to remove and obedient As to their bloody plains cf Abraham and tiie menc of the much lamented whole intrepid fpirif Jed him to an early let I de clare 5 the brave the fortunate Aniherlt happily lives to fell us over what lofry this has not in the leaft dkninifhed its rapid through what pathkfs authority ro promote the welfare of the or j j woodland dreary wafteshe led Our galian cou to eihiblifh good order both at home and abroad and that by fo honourable a meafurej eur go I hope our inconftancy will not predominate fo at this muft be for ever cele brated for the its and the hu manity of its Thefe are my and I muft be the fentiments of inte grity and common every part oV the But liability is not the lot of and a difpofition to is the characierillic sf I fcatl not thei though I fhall be if we foon change for the it the old miniftry gain the we have nothing to HOPE better times and nothing expect or fear fo the chafdfe ment of I am a friend to my without without excepting fuch knowledge and influence as arifsfrom the common feelings offocial and a Iteady refolution to forward all in my every meafure of every miniftry that is cal according to the plain rules of common f r the public Let every honeft man propofe his and I am confident that men without virtue or principle like and his friends will never be able to mentto exert its to the much lefs to the total deitrii6tion of the governed and every bleiling be the lot of Great is the fin cere wifh oi the leaft of all her The fcBmvni letter i An In digent Mechanic Philo without to the Cii T Intelligence nary fiTm the Infernal the long wiflied for of thefe pep To the P R I N T E I Have rjcei oririted Cafe of the poor Sufferers hy a Fire that happened atMont real in May ul U1CUlIUuC in which tiie who have ib generouAy and the fufpenfign oi their J fo n far as to Liciuce us to neglecl what J nny be allowed to call a cteccnt regard to the brive Canadians under this fingular It was not their they breught not the misfortune on unlefs their ignorance of the molt effectual means to p e vent the communication of fire was a as obferved in the the French are far behind us in the knowledge of thofe mechanic arts which con tribute fo much to the fafety and convenience of life we muft not be flirprized their colonifts fliould be ig But it may be hyped we fhall teach them how to prelsrve themfelves aad that the very fubicription in quefiion may be a means of ac comp ifhing this end fuch is ihe Seal of the Gentle men who efgoufe the rl he Canadians are nov becomc to all intents and our fellow veiy deierviaj people they The current of trade will naturally turn them this if there is not a bar to And it is probable benefit by them very Ths better invprefllons tixey re ceive of us at fettiiig it is not lefs probable tha more amicably permanent will the connection The Cafe in the moft authentic that the accident inuft be afcribed to their misfor not their That it was a 115 families lofing moft fatally And it fhculd be there are no rich Citizens to haften with ample There are no InTuranceOffices to repay the 1 ia was any infurance madej underwriters not chuiing to meddle with fuch remote objects and it was in the houfe of a not a Caaadiaja iub where the fire We oiight alfo to that this event happened quick on the heeis of the calamities of their war alib with the Savage their c tfrefs provifion the total interruption of their ;