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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 1, 1766, London, Middlesex FEBRUARY A Y M A R K E AT T H B THEATRE in the IAY will be performed a New Iota called F O N I S B Mufic entirely campofed by SignJer With new new and deco Pit and boxes to be put no rierfomto be admitted without which will fee Delivered This Day at the faid at half a fciRiriea each Gallery five MAJESTIES Ko periori Whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex H A Y M A R K E A TtheKibtcsTHtATRBinthe oh Wedaefday the th of will be An A S S E M B L Will be delivered to the on Tuefd1fyvtbe 4th of at the Office of the faid Every Ticket will admit cither one gentle intm or two Vivant Rex K TU V A N T the Theatre Royal in D R u ji Y L A N THIS DAY will be prefented The PL A I N D E A L E The principal parts by MiSs MiSs Hirpiftsys and 3 With HE R M I C O V B IS T G A R D E T Theatre Royal m THIS DAY will be presented LOVE in a L A G Juftice K Shuter Sir William Bennet Young Mattocks Dyer j Dunftall Deborah j Mils Servants at tbe Wfch P O LY H ON E Y G O M REFRACTING With a compound OBJECT upon the principles of Chefter Efq whofe invention of the pound Object Glafs has fomuch improved this Te as renders it far Superior to any its kind as it magnifies much and objects are fcen threugh it with that clearnefs and which makes it not only more ufefull at but by land as all objects appear through it in their natural and not blended with ethers a fault not to be remedied in thofe made with a Single Object Thefe telefcopes are made7 and fold by JAMES facing Toms coffee at the following being near zb eheager than thofe old at other A foot 1160 A three foot 11 6 A four foot 3 10 o And all other lengths proportionably Good allowance to and others who buy to fell Tbit djy u price feived THE FREEDOM of SPEECH and WRITING upon PUBLIC With an hiftorical view of the Roman imperial laws againftlibeU as violations of The nature and ufe of torture among the Romans and modern The bringing of the rack into the where it for a beginning ef the civil laws in The different treatment ef libels The legal and affumed ju fubfervience to arbitrary and abolition of the Court of and of trial by With observations on the proper ule of the liberty and its abufes particularly or late with refpedt to the colonies and a brief itate of their origin and political collectediftom various acts of Princes and Parlia Printed and fold by ia 60 flfUHE Jl relpefttp her AMERICAN Aated and impartially confidered By a MERCHANT of fumafte prudenter AH HORV Printed for Kearfly in Ludgateftreet and Almbn in oppofite Illoftrated with a new andnccuriite map of ticpro Ttnce of Ulfter in being oni of the fcrur into which that ifland is engraved by Kitcbuv alfo a curious of a Coal when the keels are from an origi nal drawing likewife a new fong fung by Mifs Brent E LONDON MAGAZINE for 1766 with the addition of eight es of mch a variety of original aad other curious vinous as fail totntertaTO and tte and arenot to be metVith itttfty other periodical pub lication Printed for m Faternefter RoWi The was pubiiJhed Pf in which given on a Toy al iheet of jpapcri a correft lift of all twenty pouftff prizes m tht laft compared whh the the cu riofityio printing of ever have now the opportu following NEW PAMPHLETS en the J Subjeft of tne Late Occurrences in This Day by Alinon oppofite Bur linotpnhouie in Piccadilly and fold likewife by Wnlams in Fleetftreet Kearfly in ftreet and Bhdbn in CONSIDERATIONS on the Propriety of impofing Taxes in the Britifh for the purpofe ot NEW BOOKS Imported by PAUL facjne in the de ilmpot de avec celui Ordonhance du concernant la du afMars 410 Paris Connoiflance des MovernensCeleftes pour 1Annee par De la Etat Miiitaire de pour 1annee Hiftoire dAiagleterre depuis ia Fondatiou de la juSqua la Paix onclue par Des Calendrier de la Cour pourlanne ou Dictionaire des Science Figures de Hiftoire des ou Memdiresde z Amours des Hiftoire andHONORIUS or NeWscarrier at taeh VO in jrioe Five ft NEW AND COMPLETE Of and SCIENCES j comprehending all braBebes of ufcful with CiOins as well of the various machines iuftru and Schemes neceflary for iuftrating p the prepara ufes of natural whether i orfluidsj toge ther with the and other throughout the Tire whole extracted from the belt authors in all Y of G EN TL E ffhe Second with This moft uSeful and enter tainirjg work is ftluftrated with upwardsef thou fand elegantly ex great Aritlunttic and Anatomy 40 Architecture 59 Plant of Indruiftents and opera tions in Dialling IS 39 5S ro 196 FofliI fobitances Art of Geometry Heraldry Fifties of different kinds 59 Mechanics Navigation 33 Optics Birds of different kinds 8z figures PhjJoXophical Topics 3 Pbuloiogjcal Pneumatic machines DtSercBt inftruments and Husbandry and Garden Quadrupeds and Animals 6S Miscellaneous figures 141 Ik figures 81 Befides a variety oS different vie of many of the figuces7 which render this beyond ooinpari the moft beft of the kind was offered to the for near Of complete Setts in eight price in boards or neatly bound A work of which the merit and defects are before the pub can receivetjttle advantage from elaborate ThoSe to whom this hitherto lift may learn its value from fuch 21 have al ready bought of whom there are Few who will not allows equal tptliejr On the firit of March be publilbed and to be conthiu till tiie whole is a Revenue by Act of North America Price The GRIEVANCES of the Colonies candidly ex Printed in by authority of the AiTembly there and now inScribed to Lard Price The NECESSITY of Repealing the Stamp ds Price An Ex of the Rights of the upon the Principles of Price The LATE OCCURRENCES in and Po licy of Great Price The JUSTICE and NECESSITY of Taxing the Colonies With a Vindication of the Authority of Price on behalf of the Written at B Price A DEFEHCS of the late Afiwrt for New Price f The length with a Narrative of tkeiaite Proceedings in Price ts price Embellifliftd with a curious finely en graved from a beautiful defign an engraved title gage and following very neatly the heads of Duke of Earl ofOxford Sir Ifaac and Mead a view of the entrance into a wonderful cavern in America THE UNIVERSAL MUSEUM and COMPLETE MAGAZINE of Knowledge and for The great increafe in the Sale of the UniverSal MuSeum enables the Proprietor to add to its future As a proof of there will be given in the number for an elegant whole iheet map of the country round drawn from ac tual and accurate which alone would be thought cheap at a Such as have not yet taken this may be provided with it from their beginning with the prefent printed for at in nofter Row and fold by all Bookfellers and News carriers in Great Britain and An ACCOUNT of and ibeun by an Eminent Tbis is NUMB E R of COURT MISCELLANY GENTLE MAN and LADYS NEW MACAZJNEJ for JA Embelliflied with elegant copper and a favourite new Song Set for different in One of thepriats is an eVegant Hiftori cal and the other John James in an Armenian done from an ori ginal painting in the a SwiSsGentleman m and efteemed a very good Part of the contents ace as follows An account ofthe celebrated with an elegant engrav New observations on plays con Romeo and An acaount of many circumftances in the life of the unfortunate On London being AdialoguebetweffnaKingaad his Fa Hiftory or the celebrated Aa uiry into the effects of love on life A natural with tntertaining Obfervations on an im poftor vomitted Bad education the caufe of Englife Observations made by a young genueman who wasborn Hiitory of Henry and with an elegant Fidelia and Extracts Srera the SpaniiK Theatre A view of human An account of the Thedif ferent methods of purSuing an Eaftern Al Upon a jott tafte of fbcial AH Epiille the written at the AUbey of La tranflated by Various or Printed for RicharrWtm and ITrquhart under the Royal j and Sold by ail the To the Addrefs is to the thoughts of a perfon who has been many years converiant in but takes now no further concern in pub iicafiairs than what is required from all that re gard the honour of humanity he perfectly in on every other whether the pains he has taken be regarded or To the on AMERICAN S it net very extraordinary and that thebark of ttate ihould be found in Such immi nent danger of Suffering a very Severe if not a total even after flie was Said to be af ely brought into in it Seems rather as it thoSs who turned the former experiencedand able Pilot out of bis and would not Suffer him to GUIDE the helm till the danger he had preferved the veflel from was clearly and the advantages obtained for the proprietors fully had aSter wards ignorantly carried her into an enemys port in he Seems ever ince to have been ma naged as if the former owners had no intereftin either hipor but that all was to be difpoSedto the j utmolt advantage of the Iwrite this to the i Gentlemen at who will underftand ny rea though ever fo uprightly inten are liable to be in regard the affairs of let iueh meeting be more efpecially as there are in towfl merchnnts Trcm all attending the iiJus cf things to that quarter now in agitation and there is no dLubt but fome plan may be formed and recommended to ike Mmittry for fettling the Rate of io as to prevent much trouble to and any in jury to But as things of this kind addrefTed to every are regarded by no it may not be impj opta to Call more direclly on forrie Gentlemen capable of if this propofitiou deitrve to put fomcthing like it in execution by inviting the mer chants in general to meet a d contlder the and appoint a Committee to conducl it to illue if iuch Committee be compcied of men or integrity and that will in nothing their con fcience may condecin nor cavil at any thing their judgment fhall approvej it may be reasonably hoped their advice will be kindly taken htre and readily agreed to in Allow to three Gentlemen to begin the and to intreat they will for ward if they think it may beuisful Thefe three ROBERT Efq EATTHOLOMEW Efq RALPH Efq If this plan houd be it may be app in like manner to the affairs of K We hope the above Gentlemen will nDt be at their names being mentioned with out their confent efpetially when they are in that our anonymous who is a frequent and valuable infiited on our com plying therewith as not knowing with whom fach an important concern with equal propriety have weight fufhcisnt to fet on foot fo hudable an in Great Where jjiay be had UK ferowf foning in its proper and give it its full alas I ara ibrry to tell them in plain and fincere that the fault is their own that mat ters been thus for is it net obvi ous that the very name of once held in fo high is now almoit and hath given place on the Excha ge to that of fmce fo many any previous acquaintance with have thruit themselves into depending altogether on thefe la ft mentioned gentry for in ftrucHon and direction in their hence that of the regular and fkiltul trader hath been dilturbed and difordered by the blumieriag raihnefs of theTe j THUS the members of this once ho fiourable for wantof knowing certainly upon what ground have loll the firm arid behaviour of thtir and have fuf ferei themfelves t be iniukcdand treated witlicon tempt by Officers of the the and othersthat ought te be fervants of the and not Lords over the I remember the Exchange of London near thirty when thofe that had the namci of merchant acquired it by previous fervice and delcrt they were of a very different character fjonv thofe who now affume this title I am would not have abjeclly given up their understandings and approved theconduct ot any minilter Of ftate upon cwtrary or withoutconfalting their judg ment and thus their Jentirnents being examined with and delivered with were held in much higher efteetn than thole of the prefent gene ration cuii ever hope but on the fame princi ples of juftice and let any man read over again the addiefs of fchis company on the treaty of where they a cribe to liis men then in power the meint of fuctelies acquired by their to whom only the reputation arifing tlieretrom was due him hondtly whether iuch bafe does not delerve to be looked upon with the utmoit ab Jt without any wholly owing to this abjwSl and mean that the measures were taken without any previous advice of the which have produced fuch trouble in our American colonies for it may be that if merchants al ierted with on all the dignity of their no prudent admiruliration would take any fteps of Iuch importance without deliber ately udvifmg with them on the But as thefe wrong ways are unhappily and as cenfure without counfel is iraperti fo it remains to fuggeft fbme means of re trieving the difadvantage Tuifered by the and of ptitting things in a better train and poltui e for the time to In the grand deficiency in the conduit ot the concerns of items to be that whatever relates to it is left to be managed by fuch only as are engaged in the more immediately interelted in any application ne cellary to be made to all the reft remain ing aloof and indifferent about the fuccefs and iffue two inconveniences naturally ajife fiom this partial representation of things that the intferelt of individuals may often put them on ma king applications that will either be ufeleis or pre judicial to the public j and that iuppofing the object to merit want ot fufficient fupport nhd it may be treated with neg if iut witk contempt both thefe caibi have often The fanple and eafy remedy for fuch diforder in the courie of and itshurtful coniequencs to the appears to me to be that when aJiy happen in any branch of trade that an application the perfons con cerned therein ftioad defire or requeft a GENERAL meeting of the merchants of London to coniider the Cafe and take Inch meafuresvtherein as may be judged proper und whatever and dine on itch will then carry and be looked upon every whare with And without this deliberation and conflderation inanairsof importance it may be clearly perceived that the legiilature will always be obeyed reluc by confined and partial To the P R I E January THE right every Engimman claims of fpeaking his fentiments on public may be ranked with the firft of our I am that that right ought to beufed with there in fpeaking of the bufmeis which at preent fo and with fomuch agitates the minds of 1ns Majeftys I I flisil do it with offence to any one well knowing that whit ever my thoughts may the Brhiih legflature in this delicate acl confilteiit with their wifdom and the Although the that the Americans are1 actually repe fentedin our feems as increiibe to as that of or that a libel by con can be an actual breach of the peace eV as it may be heareafrer ftilly by I for the prefent fulpend my judgment but if the Americans are reprefented how comes it they have from their eftablifhment to this had the privilege of laying their own taxes And hew Y happens that the thought of taxing them I was referved for tfra late patriotic Miniitry If taxes are hereafter to be impofed from this cou I Tefume the American affcrnolies will for tne future e deemed and therefore exift no longer for it cannot be that tliey are to be taxed botli by their own and the JM tifh Are the defcendants of thsfe Sows of who left this country when the conliri tution was trod on by and preferred vo exile and barren delhrts to their clime I are they lefs intitled to the benefits of the Britifh than our brethren cf or the Iflarids of Gnernfey or tis their own taxes docs it not feem that three millions of the Kings Subjects Should have duties impofed on them by ftrangers to their convenience and abili ties r And the defendants of thofe people who in lefs than half a century will inevitably exceed the number of cur European fubjecb fhall be charged here without the privilege of aflinting or remon trating and that the Sums raifed on them mail be remitted to this country Surely the idea is repug nant to all notions of liberty and common iuitice but if the legiflature hould and they are the melt competent judges cf the will it be good policy t attempt to enforce the if the Americans perfdt in their oppoSition Such an attempt mull involve us in the greatest mifery rtruggling wirh the we lhallbe attacked by our alien enemies theftagaation of commerce will fill the land with bankrupts and manufac and we mail at once become a prey to fo reigners Who can think on an American war without Were we to exert our utmoit and fend over troops enough to Subdue double the number of can we depenc troops acting as they may be inftruiiled r The mult be ciilagreeable to every Engliili man that has a touch cf humanity and as the Ame ricans have lands Sufficient to gratify mere troops than we could it would not be ridiculous to fuppofe they would ufe that means convert theii enemies to be their belt and firmed friends interer wiloperateonall Altrikinginftanceof now have in the union of the coloniesjAve always Una gined the different laws and ever keep themfeperate but the ftampact has efrecled what was thought impoilible in the bufinefs is of fo much that it is worthy tlii attention ef every Engliihman and had we not virtuous and patriotic God knows how we would be d from a bufmeis of fo mudi and fo fraught with There ma be many amonglt that for the chance of Saving a penny would lit be e and think the well difpoled of fora pecuniary advantage but the bulk of the English nation have fouls Superior to fuch fordid and fuch will coolly con Sider the cafe of the Americans as their will your An My and SO has relative to the ftamp act in that I do not pretend to fuagsf any thing new on that fubjeit but if any argumer could be put in fuch a light as to Soften the of thole who are Sor harfh and Severe it might contribute to our internal and that c thofe who are our neareil As to the of the Britifh Parliament to lay taxes on have no doubt about nor do any thing Charters grant them any executive can find but in the exertion of this pof lible care mouldbaVe been tskeri to lay which in aay degree or ininner ihould gall ;