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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 4, 1766, London, Middlesex r T U ESP A B R U A R Y HA YM K E THEATRE inths the eth itfftinv will b An A S S E B L i will be dehvertd to the at the Office of the faid aflytickSferemain more than be delivered at the Hit fifcand twenty fiiittings will admit either orte gentle 4tRn bttwo r Pitt different doors will beppened at twelve fpr go where chairs will eafity ViVant Rex HAYI E A T INGs THEATRE in the on Thursday next will be performed a Mew 3fts called S O F O N I S B The Wtaftc entirely cpmpofed by Signipr With new hew and deco L Pit and boxes to be pat and no to be admitted without which will That Day at the faid at half a iHiiSeaeaehi GaHery five By their M A jfE S TI pifibn wbatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at five To begin at half an hour aftefiix Vivant p K u j Y N ET AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will tie prefented The OH P H Holland j Powell Po Benfley being his firft aearance that character Branfby the Love Parfpns the Rogers Mifs Plym With the H E M I C Q YE NT G A J T tlie Theatre Royal in CVventgarderij THIS will be presented RYMAK HIS Smith Gibfon Mat Wood ward Mafter Shuter Juftice Lewis 1 TMafter Dunftall Walker JBakei Dame Mrs With T H 0 MA S and S A L L J OSEPH haberdaihej and burnt out from the PacMxcrfe and in now removed pn the Royai up the Great Stairs from Cornhill where he ing the remainder Tofhisgeodsfaved and re at and utKler prime cett whemerchants and fcbpkeepers may be fupplied a very great va riety of haberdaiheiy amongf which near yards of Biorid black mihidnet laces and exeeediHg eheapr trimmei from Whits from to 4JuJkeiBeifian to Black feitin from to Cpleured from to White ured fattin fereat Itriped and flovvered rib f Some jackattQtand in tire Attit in afesv days ivili be A New Edition ef THE COURT and CITY Oompiled by JOHN iVhftcd for at the Bible and Crown 4R j Clarke and Ste and ACATALOGHJE ot of the filbert Efq latepf Waroffice fthe of Plymouth Ambrofe and the mott valniable part of the library df William Efq in Efcvonftihe With a great number of CiafficjjJ and lately purchafed m of the ixsks are irt many of thftnvih large and Wfckhwill begift to be for ready money prices printed in the catalogue on Thurf on B A In GoVeatGar to be had of MeflrsRi the and m Nobleicirctdating near aeefcet and De m the Pallmath New j f letcher j at Cambridge arid place yfhere ready is given for ProA the TV VaJijabie Mee of the feeh ntoWlea ee ompoixnAytt knawa in Wef which a worthy pre te tei tfce vmlet here do ftiew at ALL perfons indebted to the ellates and eftedls pt Qalfridus and James ate of the pr tp of Ye defired to pay in their refpeclive imme iiately at HulPs in in he wheie daily given from of the till two to receive the fame otherwife the faid feveral perfons will fued for their faid without further Ttrit aay is Beautifully printed in price fewed ADigeft of tke Law concerning Libels con taining all the refolutionjs jn the books upon the particularly of the power of Secretaries of to feize papers and require recoghances for urety of ehe peace of Members of Parliament for editions Illuftrated with a variety of re markable tfee following that of Wilkes for writing the North Bri and Kearfly and Williams for publifhing it of Jonnel fer a libel on Lord and Lady Holland of Jay and Wilkie fora libel en Lord Clanricard of 3rown and Pottingerfor the Cocklane ghoft affair of Almon for a libel on the Chief Juftice of Nirtc and Shebbeare for a libel on the government with and Illujtrawd rurther with occafional obfervations and Printed the Author at the Law Prefs and old by Templebar WorralyBelljard t Templegate Pallmall Pauls church yard j New Bondftreet Becket n the Strand Charingcrofs Piccadilly 5 and Weftminfter 7his day is publijbed An elegant and correcT printed on a new letter and on a iuperfme royal in 5 price fiveguinefas THE WORKS of Lord Chancellor BACON with his More complete than any hi therto Printed for in Wheremay be Miltons Profe in a royal price Sidney on wrth his Life and Let royal Bacon on the Laws and Government of fing landi royal Locke on royal Burns Ecclefiaftical a of Peace erPariih it Another i i Another in Humes Hiftory of 5 vofe royal Another on demy i m 8 8yd il HLsEflays and in a RoMnfons Hrftbry Pf me dittm i Another Eccrefiaftical a NEWBOOICS imported by in the Bookfelkr to liis Volume de 1UtftVtre j demie Rpyale des pour 1Annce Paris Connyiffance des Mouvemens celeftes poitr rAnnee par De la pour Paris Paris Almanach R Hiftoire deg Revolutions de TEmpire par Paris du par Le Paris Pattorales Poemes de Paris Planches enlwmjnees dHiftpire par Abrese de de Portugal Maequer Elpge de Des ii du Langage pad Paris Sf critique par LAbb6 QU Dictipnnaire Arts des Paris Recueil Planches de Paris toJtrtorrow will be puj By the KINGS granted at the Decembjsf Dedicated to his Grace the Duke of CHAN dajii oiily Eaeh Number to bs eiiibalfiftlea with two Copperplates the Whole ttf Be adpmed with Engravmgs of the Arms of all the the Premiers in their parliamentary Ropes Ge nealogical exhibiting the Defccnts and collateral Connections of each Family Of A COMPLETE ENGIlSH Con and Hif torical Account of the Peers of this By ALEXANDER in to his and Chaplain to his Grsce the Duke of Printed for the Aiithor and fold by and in Paternofrer Row in New Bondftreet Richardfon and at the at Oxford Fletcher Cambridge atYprk at Smith and at Dublin j and all other Bookfellers in Great Britain arid C O N D IT i o N S Thia work will be printed in on an ex ceeding fine and will be comprized in Two large It willbeexecuted on a very extenfive and will be completed in Eighty as near as can be calculated but if it mould exceed Qne Hundred the overplus will be delivered Each contain Four Streets of and Two folio price only Number L may be read to form an opinion of its andmav be ifnot tobe enceuragers of this who choofe to appear are defired to fend names and addrefs to any of the Number was publiftied on Saturday vhe 25th 1766 and the fucceeding Numbers wiUbe prtblilhed Weekly without interruption till the Whole is Cj Atiy pf the or Gentlemen allied to the whoartpofleiredof any materials that will this on the flioi teft no waited upon by irlie the favour graterully jefiionmwlfhe i vholy Davids Only by War m Mkrybons attn A iriioportjeilv and fpldall ef the moft valuable and atfe5b price THE RIGHTS of onoccdfion of the AMBRICAN STTAMP Addrefled to the People Omherh morls Cum nova peregrinaque patriis eftprifcis Ufus et confustudo parlanifinti eft lex par la Lex psykimenti eft lex Lex Ang jet eft lex Terr tl Lex Terra eft fecuncjurnNMagnain Printed for j in Piccadilly i and fold likewfe by j in Fleet Kearfly in Ludgate5reet Bladon in Of be pf Political Rales to the prdent of GVeat and In a fetter to Right Earl Tempte Price Account of alaterConference on fame Affairs Pride Po licy Pf Great Price ts The NECESSITY pfRepealing tlie American Stamp Price The thf Colonies candidly CK theGpyernor eF printed by authority of the Aflembly Pncc T s f r on behalf r of the Written at JJoftplu The NECESSITY of Taxing the ncc Duniroerfl Defence of the Provincial Price letters faned A LOVER ot JUSTICE A CONTRIBUTOR A TRAPEk and FREEHOLDER of the fee lnjl the H E arguments enforcing lity of the ftamp are too co gent to admit of and the wifeft affembly ift the world are too well perfuaded of their to hefitate one moment on that I know there is oae perfon of great who publiflies of a contrary the Americans are indertteH forthat event to that decay of un deffiandingjneceffafily oecaiioned by years and In we look art jnudi the faiiie in we furvey t a venerable pile of building by the relentlefshand of In wetnuit permit thofe which merit an exemplary Tiie laft dregs of a fo in the jervice of to regarded in Bin wemuft tfte debi lity Kor give into a injkndvvn in the la W of No can fee impaled but by the fbvereign power in esich or by its thority and thofe taxes areonly to be rircum fcribed by the neceifities of thelftatey pf the All other diitinftiOns vsin toe paultry to deierve too abfard to deferve nptice inany fenfibje No taxes ought to be laid on but fupport abfolutely requires that aid arid what good man will ftand on when the fafety of the conftitutionof his country demands of his ffibftance will lifteh to any dif when neceffity calls for a fubftaritiai affif to the poblic It is fp that no diAinc founded on whimfical can prevail in governed by rieceffity that I cannot en otrgh admire their who plume themfelves upon fo extravagant a as that of a diftinclion be tarten intirnsl and external and iirtereft impel fortie to interpofe of perfons Ibconnected with them as fome wnofedeftiny theyfojuftly Xnti I am too well acquainted with human to cpnftrueift to if are thefaultsof ourwholerace Icaanotrhereforetoo ftrpngly blame an exuberant gopdnefs of betrayed into the Americanfidepfthis The party they aVe efpoufed willfoon fUmciently repiove their te merity and the inextricable difficulties the bndnefs pfthat caufe them Will gradually in ftruft that bell understanding is infufficient for obtairiingviclory ihTiich a as your cor of the of laft has already Some pretender to knowledge had made him be that the Americans are fome how bylaw ob fjErufted from working iron into their wool into or their beaver into This falfe they would aid their caufe fo put it comes in thehonefty of He did not ftippole that whom he had fo opinion would 6uTy themfelves in the dirty keo inel of But the we havejately iti the owing their origin to American are too ftrbhg proofs that the Americans will honefty hurt I can allure your that there are no laws in that hinderthe Americans from work ing upon any materials of their ovVn country as they fit and we well that they1 fubmit not as ought to and bur which attendthe fame bufineffes at they may andactually do their own fo indulgent is their parent country to yet he has no more of their than if were leaded with alwaysblrnd tKetinderftanctingSi and in thiscafe remarkabiy obfcure fa fo as to difable him that I hot accufe all intheir perfonal of thPfe riots wliich their defenders on the and afcribe to fiuden 1m pulfes but the Uninterrupted at rcics upon the all over the difobodi eat coloniesj are clear proofi hat thofe s proceedings owed their origin to and weie condnad Had thefe tumults beenproperly difcouraged by au they firft broke we had heard no more of them but lince the nnd other exerted not theirpower to rebels weare by all the rules of to charge them with the guilt cf which they with joy if not pointed in thefe inferior Nations cannot be fuppofed to imagine tRemfelvevmore knowing than tlie Sri or Ehat they would take it upon them unhired to appear in fuch a muS there fore look for theiremployers among thofe hav ing powerIn ufed it hot forthe protection of the lives of the ftampmailers and to them We muft afcribe thole whnfe de clared aim was to us much as was in their the Britifh It is that I fet forth before my the notorious vices of the chiefly that they migbt not le deemed worthy of a place our aitguft And wouhd deprive me of the effect of tKis by alleging that Iki Ameri cans defire ns fucb But it iswell that theirdefenders hinged their defence upon an affir that the Americans defire a reprefentatipn among us and if fo wPuld not decline bearing a fttnre of thejtaxes laid on by a legjflature in which they Againft this de fence I as adifputant in that had a right to oppofe fallhood whh expofe the fu tility of rnd warn niy cduntymen of the danger of complying with foignominicus a re The patrons of America alfo prefumed to paint theAmerican morals in alight fuperior to Arid for America has led him into the fame Muft and calmly hear America extolled in this unreaf3nabie manner Do we not that Glafgow may beccnfidered as the capital of Virginia That New England is indebted to the Scotch kirk for her cbrifeiTfon of faith and that New aril the Jerfeys are fo full of that in plnces an Englifh tongfte cannot be underload Why I be fileiit on thofe and why fliould I hide from the eye of the public any truth wliich the public is interefted Have the Americans alone a patent for praifmg and clifpif ing other Brilifh Or if the patrons of Ame rica attempt to raife the Americansabove tke level of their fellow whymay ia com 1 fbat iiifeiior rank whicn tney contiadicV any fail1 have fet He is fenlible that he In truth and juftice require that the Americans fliould be fpoke they while their defenders applaud them as if they were nnd thofe thnfret themfelves ur above parlia be made fenlible of the ex tenfiye of that aujuft which is li mited only by the neceflities of and the abilities of the VINDEX In compliance with I have reYiewed all the plantation foUofwingletters are To the THE Gazetteer will be pleafed to confult his own and the credit of the in re futing a place to the invecli ves and abufe thrown ou againft a character beyond the reach of The Great Commoner cannot be afFefted by the ftupid attempts to befpatter him but the credit of the nation by permitting All Europe his by experience mail we convince them of our ignorance and ingra by fuffering Indignation blcts out the If therefore the Gazetteer is to be read by thi numbers it let no page of it be fullied with I know that in this nation no one ever greatly de ferved well of it but was forced to pay the heavy tax decreed to deferved eminence injuries and For as the wicked are more numerous than the and fools outnumber wife TO virtue ftnvi dom muft be Becaufe they are a itandvig reproach to the As to he may be permitted his or his pen is no longenfa chief objection I have to him that he fills up fu much room in a that has fo long and I hepe ever will be devoted to betterpurpofes thaa thofe of an To the P Ii I N i iKviciis opinion from the Reports lately PY the general and fundamental princi plesof our it isundoubtedlycer tliat the people of England are bound only by have the confent of the whele legifla which the the and the Commons in parliament To produce au thorities to prove this would be to dijt whether it is now day or None of thefe canftituent parts loivs feparately any power to bind ;