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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 19, 1766, London, Middlesex F R I 0 A E C iff R 1766 iJ day is price A N E w E D i Withconfiderable Additions of TH E S P IS or a CRITICAL EXAMINATION intp the ME RITS of all the PRINCIPAL ing fo By H U G H Printed for at in Ludgate The Second Part of this containing ttriaures on fie Performers Ci is in great and will be published in a few H A V M A It K E AT the ICrNGs THEATRE hi the HAY the will be performed a favourite Serious E Z I The Music compofed by feveral celebrated With new and Pit and Boxes to be put and no perfortt TO be admitted without whch will ba deli vered at the faid at half a guinea Firft Gallery V Second Gallery tlieir MAJESTIES perfofl to be admitted behind the nor intothe Xhe Pit AndBoxes will be opened at five To begn at half an heur after fix Vivam 8e D K U k V L N AT the THEATRE ROYAL DRURY THIS BAY will be nreferited The SUSPICIOUS Garrick Palmer Bel Packer Jack Meggotj by Dodd Wefhmj Palmer Plym Glar Mifs To conclude with a COUNTRY the INTRIGUING Boxes Pit Firit Upper Places tor the boxtr to be taken of CUV EN T G A A D K AT the THEATRE in COY EH THISDAY will be prefented The B S Y B 9 D The Bufy Woodward Sir George Smith Charles Clarke Sir Francis Shuter Sir Jealous Dun ftall Baser Fer gufon Pitt To which will be HARLEQUIN DOCTOR by Boxes Pit Firlt Upper for the boxes to be taken of at the I the li iHiiAJKIi 111 tftC A THIS the of Signer PLAClDOa Company will exhibit VARIETY of NEW Never attempted by uthtr Mi and Vaulting on the flack by Signer Dancing by Fercj and Mifs Tumbling by Sipuor and Signer Dancuvg the tight by Matter Signor Signora Sigaor and Signor Signofa will dance on the tight rope without touching it with her feveral featt afacYulty never feen in Eng Und variety of new Tliemoft fiifpjJzing ariJ mantes on the Wire and Tight Rope by the KY he walks and dances on the tight rope with thepeuie he aad balances venous equilibres sn the wire with and without poe he vaults and tirFns the Katherinewheel on the flack rope to This anjmal is the molt altonithinp of the kind ever aod hatgiven general fttisfucHon wherever he has The whole to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Boxes Pit Gallery 6 The doors to be at and begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex To prevent places to be taken at the Office of the from nine to It is humbly requelted the who take wili fertd their fervants by five No money to be returned after the curtain is Signer Placido begs Ie4ve to inform the No that his company being engaged to go to Paris on the i4tti or i jth of Januaiy next for their accommodation and entertain to add to his prefent performances a variety of entire new md curious and to per form four times a Wednef and TO be 1 he Manor ot Lympstield in the of and feveral con futing of one tbofafand nine hundred acres of and woodland and of Copyhold fineable at the will of the The Eftate is full of fine fit for and the reft in a very thriving condition with an exienfive Royalty and For further particulars enquire of Bifcoe iit the Frith in the or of at Lyrrips who will how the Lympsfield is within twenty miles of Lon fix of and three of Godftonej in a fine country aboundingwi h game and A bALE ot SILK JOHN Weaver and at rhe Spital takes this method to acouaint his friends and the public in thst he has purchafed a large ailbrtmfint of mercery greatly under the ori ginal being the itock of two weavers who have declined that bufinefs confuting of bro flowered and plain ftomered aad plain 7 wiih choice ot half filks and Norwich crapes and bora j As thefe goods are intended to be old for Teady moivey they will be fold greatly under orime lhopktepeis may be fupplied with any uf the above articles on the fame variety ol faihionable for the prefant By P E R M I S S IO THIS And every except Chrift Eve Friday and till further notice AT in will btf delivered A NEW LECTURE on and in Three Parts By the PART An Upright Royal Deformed Royal Sailors Agents Cowards real Captains Light Uferers Dutchmans A Frenchmans Pedants an Attorneys P A R T FEMALE A Tender Stoney Bloated Good Tennegants GJddy proud Notable A Wavering Old Maids Co quettes a Prudes PAR F A Faithful Fal e Beaus Heart Foxhunters Jealous Con fident Atheilt s Hypocrites Pious Pnyficiaus A Quacks a Clerks Pit Firlt Gallery Upper Gallery The doors to be opened at half pad five and to begin at feven Vivant Rex Inone with price A containing the fololwing fub Arithmetic of and the Method The Elements of the Conic iq tiiree Bfluks The Nature and Pia pertyof Curve in two 9y E M E R S O Printed for oppoiite in the bookfeller to his be lately pubhihed by the I he Method oF or the Ait ot failuvj Upon the The of with Tables of A Treatifeol The of A Treatife of L I N E N D R A P E R AVIS and at the 1 J to acquaint their friends and the public iii that they have piwchafed by private the itock of a bank which they propole felling under rhe original colt price Cunfilt jng of a large quantity pf printed linens and long and clear and fundry other To prevent raHtakes and fave every thing is marked in figures the loiveit price without anp Ibu Day ijjub ijbtdt price The iJECQND FOITION of THE EARL of WARWICK A As is performing at the Theatre in Printed in Co vent garden in Taternolter 1 ow in in the Strand j and near hi Neatly printed in one volume price bound AN ATTEMPT to explain the Ca tholic and ndex To which is adde fume mifcel laneous and ot the fame By a PRESBYTER of the CHURCH of Priiited or Liulgiteritreet I bis itny is frue printed in anew be ing the of TH E M R L E Printed Millar and in the Strand j C and Of whom may be Dic in i price And au abridgement of the a pries NEW BOOfCS imported by HAUL VAi in the de la 1nnne 176 pourlannee Connoiflinces des Mouvemens pour Tannec du Chevalier Talbot de la Suite du Dake de a fur la du concernant la pu 15 fur le Livre des Delits des par De Memoires Chevalier de i dun 3 Lettres dAIr a Z Voyage en France en 4 aux Terre i Effoh p ur fervir a 1Hiftoire de laPutrefac This Day wrill be price A SPEECH in Defence of the againlt the SUSPENDING and DIS PKNSING It is but ferty at Per Ifgfm Printed for oppofite Burlingtonhoule in Piccadilly and fold by at in Fleetftreet in PaternoTter and RIcbardlon and at the Royal Of whom may be juft THE CONDUCT of the LATE ADMINI STRATION EXAMINED containing the letters of Sy Cy to the Grs in Ame rica the anfwers the reprefentations of the Board of Trade and an infinite number of other original Price 6d in In the and jbortly nvill be Dedicated to PIT THE SNARE BROKEN A DISCOURSE Preached atthedefire ot the Weft Church in on Friday the ajd of 1766 occasioned by the REPEAL of the By JONATHAN M A H E Paltor of the faid ye havi called unt Bofton and London reprinted for in This Sermon has been fi well received In that it went through feveral large imprel fions in a few This Day is Price Half a Guinea in A TRANSLATION ot the FIRST THREE BOOKS of Infcribed to Her M A J E S f By of the Middle This publication is defigntdtoacc whoniay chule to have the of cretius Icparate from Cannings original coni Tlie purchafers ot this edition are that the fifth and fixth Bsoks will on the firlt of next and the which conclude the ou the iiril cf January Printed for the Author and fold by audRichnjdfon and Subfcriotions for the whole confiding of Original Imitations of the and an entireTranslation of Anti are received by the bookfellers abovementioned i of whom may be had Proposals at large as allo by the who may be directed to at the Grecian in or fpoken with at his in the Middle It is requefted of who intend him the honour of to favour him withthftirfubfcriptions in the courfe of the prefent or of next enlbing the Firft Volume whl be punc tually in January next which in the conditions annexed to the Prfporingfar the and vui b convenientfpeed be ARISTOTLES All T of POETRY CONTAINING An Englifh heAlngtlie general caufes of the diffiruifies and erroneous opinions whicli have fubfiifted in regard to this critical A Prefatory DifTertation in pointing oufihe to a right of author s mtajiing in this by a difcoveiy of the point he had in view at its compofiti n that he in temltd it as a fupplcmental part of his great vvork concerning practical morality and anideal The Greek Text is correftly printed anddi ftributed into Chapters and according as the fenfe without any regard to the divilions of the M introduced probably Iry upen the detlenlion of the Greek Whereas there is the ftrifleft connexion in authjrs nafoning throughout the firlt eight the Lift eight but in the ten interme diate chapters the fenfe is andcontrailM5hiry it is therefore that by the rrapfpoiition of fome cf thefe chaptersand fone paragraphs in and by fome alterations in rhe the whole may be rendered metho dical and confident without the alteration of a lingleword in the A vartety of Ientencss are hewn to have been all thsinterprete j great of that kind even in tlie definitionol Tragedy not only occalioned between poeis and criticsTtjut alfo rendered ArKtotliMtejimigly ineonfiltent with liiinlelf igvvhere when tlicfe falre tranflatioiis are he is d both to and to the rational fcnti ments uf I he chief difputalle and thofe o are itito and hnglifli notes Sub joined in vindication of thoie traiillalions and of the orlier alterations whereby Ariftotle is julhfied fio u the liaiiy cenfuies of poetical critics in regard to the and from thofe of grammatical critics inrehuion to the manner of his Poeticam quum infcriffit fine ulld dtuet A Commentarii rnutilifurttt ne quid libtrius txci tfit S c A LI c Printed for in Coviiit thf letter and Propofals more dfeclually maintaining and g the Jn lants and Orphans of To the PRINTER of the G AZE the priolt of and fatherinlaw to obler ving the then plan of govrnment which that divine legislator pur during his vifit to him when lay encamped near Mount Ho reb remonftrafes againft the dan ger of its laborious and with de monftrarive of real not lefs full of wifdom recommends the eftablifhment of a mea from its immediate we are led to that it not only had tffe fanftion of the Almighty but the event likewife proved the pro riety and found policy of the From the teltimony of we are toconfi derthe Ifraelites at that period not more remirkable far than reproachable for their li nor is it fo much to be wondered we daily even in chridian and civilized howveryjirone to ihe nature of So Hi rt a tranfition from the moft of Esypthn tyranny to the r was enough to irttoxi tn e minds of rigid muth lefs fie mutable c Miduft of that illiterate Jtthrt very plainly hw the necefiiry of thofe Rulers lie when thir private diiputes every day became more whea their malice ftrengthened in proportion as thtir injuftice and when the of anarchy feeined to ipread among the tribrs with trie fame rapidity ns their numbers in created that the intituti jnof a civil police as neceffary to be introduced into the go tho a migrating as was that of divine which the Almighty dcigned topromulge hi as well fyr their moral as their local For and other perhaps of weightier Jdbro enforced the mea jlire of electing certain men ss Ruiers or Reprefentatives of the who might adjuft all inferior and exercife the difcipline of legal Adminiitration but to preierve their fubor dinacy and duty to liing and they were to fabmit all and difficult itn ters to his final decifion which reftTVi tion of primal coeval with Royalty feems not only law ofreafonand bus was confcfledly held focred by the daring offenders of even that hence we are that the of Kings is foundedon divine and who ever refifts the rectitude of their topref ponding with the mode of conltitutionj refiitsnhe cbmmiflion of Tht Rulers of the as Wnfed at were the fame as our differing ohly in the voice of election for the former were ap pointed by their Chief whereas the ire all are elefted by tfce if Ire does not furnifh us with an earlier aera of electing fielect mento na than the prefent one alluded to and Oefpo tifm itfelf mult that fnch ankiftiturroTi to regulate all civil when a people grows rous and corrupt is not only agreeable to but is founded en the approbation of Divine Wif Hoiv far the the Ifraelirifh Mem bers we are not informed ahd how far ihe power of our modern Euiopean Members may be is not fafe to Enoligh canbe little may bs reVealisi for the as we have traced the origin of Se from the nnd bcft let now whether it hath any legal pretenfioria to a aifolute and in From the manner of the original infliuition of it is that as they dcnved heir authority io they inuft have been icfronfible to him for their from whomfever we receive a the accept ance of it neCeffarily implies an ncknowledgenient of fubjecl to and controlable by however a fuboWinite may fomerimes exceed the limits of yet it is not to bi co as a precedent of which no delegate can be rdihittd bin it is to be held iri no other light than a mark of ufur though the pillars of are oftentimes the thunderbcTlts tyranrty as they vary more irt their conipleflioM than their k is not to bwondtredr lhat the principles of die pur eft and btft eftablifhedgo vernments may be corrupted or as they are influenced by or milled ty It would too far on the cuftomary youfPaperV to give a the caufes of thatprogreflive evjl of Senatorial Defpotifm that enlhved the cs lebrated Citizens of Greece and un happy hte vfill appear lefs inglorious in the eyes of impaitial than would that of our own were we to be equally A enjoy infinitely greater advantagestbaa what thefe nations ever as well irm the purity of our religion as the excellency of OIT But as rhe recital of fuch a fubjecl would un avoidably lead us into a and Cannot pro perly be digefted by the prefent meihod of publica mall therefore confine ourfelves to what paffes nearer and humWy whether the freedom of conititusnts no longer than that porrijn of time which is allotcd for the elec tion of their According to the mode of the fo tlie power of parliaments mult he and as every intelli gent reader is not the different governments of fo we need not take up his time in cornmtiHing un what he already Our prefent defigo it ts delii e your political ccrrefpon derxts to enquire into the power of cur and to inform tytfeof Great Britain is omnipotent We ue the more delirous to fee tins important fuhjecl judirioily be cavile the prevailing acceptation oftliRt newadopted the precipitate afient of even fenfible mer and though it as introduced bya ytt it be pregnant with evih too to be and from the tenour of our highly necef fary of ah 1 hey who will to plead in the we humbly will firft prove in their from whence that cun throw its abfurdity in a ftronger witliout feriouiiy cahvafiing its than the advertifements that daily ap pear in our public wherein the reprcfenta tives infer an idea exprefTive of uhordinate and folJuftheir conltituefits in terms equally abjecT and Thxt tht canltituents transfer their power overto their and inveft theni with a dignity fuitable to is readily granted but that their jjeflfion mould uilur them into is a rnBrarhot to be nip ported by any one argument in our politic il do thefe gentlemen that in talking of the it is the impotency ef charters which modifh reception cf legiflative did it but flatte the vanity of it would th only be of our laughter but when irt fully veils the introductory tlefpoiifm of Miniften we cannot too warmly explode it with and Omnipotency of Senates treafon to royalty for if the former is latter muft be fettered and while we t application ot does it not idea of monarchy whefe prerogative muft quently wane whenever placed in competition wi fo fuperlative Read the ekftic laws from them it that the people wli make choice of certain men to repreent yet inverted them wkh any other power or autho than to their defend their li and to enadt fuch laws as fhal beft prduibt the honour of their Thus far fapprehen their commiffion extends no reprefentative prir are invaded no iejjal and ;