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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 8, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily S A TURD A H A K E Y M A R AT T It B INGs THEATRE in the THIS DAY wfll be performed a New tis called 8 OF ONI SB The Mufic entirely compofed by Signior With new new and deco Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be delivered This Day at the feid at half a guinea each Galleryfive By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfosyer to be admitted behind the nor into the pit and will be opened at five To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex 0 U A Y JL A AT the Theatre Royal in D R u Kt LAN THIS DAY will he prefented The CLANDESTINE The principal characters by King and C O V E N T G A R D E AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prefented The M A I D of the M I L The Mufic compiled from Favoarite Airs of the moft Celebrated The Principal Parts to be performd by Gib Mifs and Mils With the O L D M near THERE being nine vacancies in this Notice is hereby that lifts of the Guar diansin turn to prefent may be had of the Secretary as The objects are orphan bereft of bath from the age of nine to twelve having refided at leaft fix mtfnths within the bills of nor whofe fenlement cannot be conftantly employed in the feveral offices good in order to qualify them for do jlitbf dileafed are not BANKERS and RECEIVERS for this Backwell and Coutts and Strand Charingerofs j Sir Jo feph Hankey and Fenchurch ftreet 5 Efq and Fleetftreet Roffieylmd Lombardftreet the which meets at the the firft Thurfday in every at eleven in the forenoon 5 Benjamin Tavi Treafurer the Francis Kelly at the JOSEPH haberdamer and burnt out frjm the Packhorf and Star in now removed on the Royal up the Great Stairs from Cornhill where he is fel ing the remainder of his goods faved from the late wholefale andre at and under prime xeft whsre merchants and iopkeepers may be fupplied with a verv great va iety of and miliinery goods i among ijKjehthere are neat yards of Blond black minionet laces and which will be fold exceeding Black figured mode from t Black la tin trimmed with from to White and coloured from to 45s Fine tuff jilted from to from to 1 Black fattin from Coloured from to White figured fattin for cloaks per Great variety of itriped and flowered rib f Some Jackanot and Book This morning is price 4 Plain and Seasonable Addrefs to the Freeholders of Great on the prefent pofture of Af in Curfe on his theyve undone his country Such popular humanity is r T Acidifons Printed for and Urquhart under the Reyal Exchange and to had at all the pamphlet This day is price and WitlTan addition of Kitchens new improved map of the with the miles and meafured dif CtaUMSMINGSV PERPETUAL MEMORAN DUM BOOK interleaved with his Patent aites together with the moft uieful and necef tables of it is bound into a ftrong letter with a good fpring Printed and fold by pocket and patentee for the inven tion af manufacturing the afles kin to write on with pencil or and rub oft at the Golden the corner of Blackfriars Lud Merchants or fcopkeepers maybe ferved with all kind of or with or without in alltha different on the beft and at the loweft be being Ihe real may hkewife defend on meeting with the in his pocket A firft floor to with ether Enquire as S Wind in the and are the moft prevailing and troublefome complaints m the cities of London and and as many who have the latter great degreeare ex tremely fubjaa to attacks of the billious chohc the Jrtventorof the Stomach by turning much oi bis attention th rf willing to render the moft important fervice poflible to the and wifties that fuch as from or a fedentary life from particular or favourite or too Lfreatatjiiantityof labour under any of the will do as wett as the juiiice to give thefe pills a fan If patieivt not obtain the mopey be returned on receiving k the box along with the figned paper in which fame wu wrapt at the time of Such is the SpetiUrtuii repofes on the merit of ibove and on the integrity of the nd luck fill to deferve well of that he fos no advantage where he real Mar This morning it Price CANDID EXAMINATION of a Pamphlet entitled AN IMPARTIAL VIEW OF ENGLISH AGRI ULTORE j wherein the fallacy of that Authors and the impropriety of his principles will Je expofed to public By the Axithor the Lettersin the Gazetteer figed A FR IE ND of the Printed for at the Bible in Paul This day is The Fourth Volume the of REPORTS of CASES adjudged in the Court of fince the Death of Lord Kayrpond with a Preface opening the Plan of the whole intended and an Alphabetical By JAMES Efq Mafter ofthe Crown and one of the Ben chers of Society of the Printed for at the Dove in near Soon nvill be The THIRD EDITION of A NARRATIVE of the EFFECTS of KEYSERS jHL ANTIVENEREAL In which all he arguments againft this celebrated y anonymous authors or whether actuated y or are entirely re Its Analyfis by Members of the Royal Academy of D of Publifhed by at the Pauls This day is Part the in Price One Pound Ten in beets To which are added a Supplement and with general and chronological which complete IOGRAPHIA BRITANNIC A The Lives the moft Eminent Perfons who have flou rilhed in Great Britain and from the earlieft Ages down to the prefent Times Collected Vom the beft both printed and manu and digeiled in the manner of Bayles Hiftorical and Critical Printed for Whit and R Davis and Bald Hawesand Clarke and and aayu price THE RIGHTS of PARLIAMENT onoccafion of the AMERICAN STAMP Addreffed to the Peppleof Great Omhem humanique moris memorieni Cum nova peregrinaque patriis eft prifcis prasr Ufus et confuetudo parlamenti eft lex paria Lex eft lex Lex Anglia eft lex Lex Terrae eft fecundum Magnam Printedfor in Piccadilly and fold likewlfe by WjinamsiixFleet treet and Bladon a Of whom may be iuft An Application of fome General Political Rules to the prefent State of Great and In a Letter to the Right Earl Price An Account of a late Conference on fome Affairs of Price The LATE OCCURRENCES in and Po licy of Great Price The NECESSITY of Repealing the American Stamp Price The GRIEVANCES of the Colonies candidly ex amm Written by the Governor of and printed by authority of the Aflembly Price CONSIDERATIONS on behalf of the Written at Price The JUSTICE and NECESSITY of Taxing the Price f Dummers Defence of the Provincial Price The Charters at Price At the fame places may allb be A New and Correct Edition of the Royal Kalen Price onlv with an By the KINGS granted at the 6th of December Dedicated to his Grace the Duke of CHAN This dayis price only Each Number to be embellifhed with two folio Copperplates the Whole to be adornsd with Engravings of the Arms of all the the Premiers in their parliamentary Robes an8 Ge nealogical exhibiting the Defcents anc collateral Connections of each Family NUMBER Of A COMPLETE ENGLISH Con taining a and Hif torical Account of the Peers of this By the ALEXANDER Chaplain in Ordinary to his and Chaplak to his Grace the Duke of Printed for the Author and fold by Wilfon and in Paternoftur Row in New Bondftreet 4 Richardfon and at the Royal Exchange at Oxford Meff Fletcher and at Cambridge Ethering at York j atNewcaftle Smitl and at Dublin and all other Bookfelters in Great Britain and This work will be printed in on an ex ceedirjg fine and will be comprized in Twi large It will be on a very extenfive ani will be completed in Eight as near as dan be calculated but if i flibuld exceed One Hundred the overplui will be delivered Each Number wil contain Sheets of Letterpi and Two folio price only Number may be read to form an opinion of its execution and may be if not Perfons inclined to be encoufagers of this and who choofe to appear as are defired to fend their names andaddrefs to any of the Publiihers Number L was pubUihed on Saturday the 25th Of 1766 the fucceeding Numbers wiU be pftblifoed Weekly without interruption til the Any of the or Gentlemen allied to the who are pofleffed bf any materialt that wilVilluftrate this wilt on theftiorteft no waited upon by the ani the favour giattfuliy Tbit day price A SHORT ESSAY on mans original and fall in tne firft Adam and of his recovery by the fecond With fome obferva dons ontUe As alfo forae reflections on the Chriftian Search the John so Printed for in for the letters A A WELL WISHER to JUSTICE SOLOMON DOWNRIGHT SCRIBLERUS TURTIIJS A CARD EPIGRAMand INTELLI GENCE EXTRAORDINARYfie laft the P R I N T E a noife have we had of late about American Ame rican American Free and the Privileges of thofe Freeholders But is there any le giflation in America Are any freeholders there No man who knows any thing of the law of England will af that there is any legiflation in or one freeholder in that part of the The King has no powef of and he cannot by his char ters to any clafs of his fubjects a power not refident in the The including as the head has a power of le but they poffefs that power power of is not a chattel to be difpofed of by grant or other fort of It is a truft granted by the common law for the good of the and for their good muft remain with the auguft body in which it The power of making for the utility of fubordinate bodies is a quite different That power is often created by the which has effen in all the powers of But from the not confirmed in parlia can convey no jurifdjction becaufe the Kingis not the fountain of as he is of ho All our from thofe in Weftminfterhall to thofe in are founded the cuftom of Eng land time out of or upon the law of the land that faiutts modt in The parliament only can create new courtsand new But as the King muft govern by the lawj he can not make that law upon which his authority nor by his charters convey to others a power which le enjoys Every foot of ground in England lies in fome ma wHch is itfelf the creature of cuftom timeout of Ttefe manors antiently poffeffed all jurif civil and criminal and this jurifdiction was in the Court of in which the his was the the free holders Hhcving as Jurors by virtue of their you fee that our freeholders vir ot poffefleil Bf a radical tive authority in wbichthey are entitled by the common and poffefs their eftates by the fame by which his Majefty holds his They are indebted to Prince for this eftate and iudicative authority thereto Their title to their lands is a title of and in every refpect equal to the royal title by which the crown is And as thefe freehold are of a very particular nature with refpect to their fo they are conveyed in a very particular They cannot be taken by a writ of fieri And if they are feLid by a writ of ene moiety only of the eftate can be applied for payment of the debt and cofts on which the judgement is the other moiety muft remain with the freeholder for his fupport and The freehold defcends to the heir difcharged of all not we have feen what an Englifh freehold Are there any fuch eftates in America lam certain there are There can be no manors in that part of the for we can hew the origin of their Their pretended legifla tive and the exiftence of what they call can be traced from Are our freeholds owing to human beneficence No We can name feveral Princes who have oppref fed us but the Americans can point out none who ever conferred upon us our or any pri vileges Is there an eftate in America which may not be taken by the fame writ that takes in execution a Negro or a Horfe The whole courfe ef Chancery preves that their eftates are only com mercial fubject to the difpoiition the laft will of the and chargeable with all the debts of the deceafed And left any doubt fhould arife about the propriety of thefe decrees in equalizing a foreign plantation to a perfonal there was a flatute made in the fifth year ofthe pre ceeding reign declarative of the common law in this and ftatuting that foreign plantations hould only be regarded in the light of perfonal Af ter that what nvm in his right fenfes can dig nify eftates with the name of freeholds The Americans are deititute of the principle characteriftic of a They are de rived from royal grants for the improvement of The pretended American freeholders are not original members of any by virtue of their They have no nor manor courts in and confequently no courts to whrck the pretended American freeholders by virtue of their and in conftquence of a title paramount to all human Why then hould they pretend to equalize their fuppofed freeholders with abfolute ignorance of law and com monfenfe could only give birtbrto fuch injudieious Our freeholders have a hare in the legif lation j becaufe by cuftoms as ancient as thofe that eftablifti they are entitled to rule in a certain diftrict of the Can the Ameri cans boaft ofthe exiftence of any fuch cuftoms among or of eftates and indicative authority derived out of thefe cuftoms Why then foould they pretend to be and as fuch only fubjeft to a legiC iation of their own The Americans that they ferve on Juries when called by the Kings writ into the fupreme Coutts of their refpeftive But this happens not as with us by the excellency of whofe origin is but is owing to the grace of thofe Princes without the autho rity ef law granted them that Are tenures flowing from a Prince equal to tenures held independent ofthe crown f Surely The Ame ricans have no rights but from royal grants and of confequence thofe rights muft not be extended be yond their natural or interpreted to the prejudice of thofe by an inherent inde pendent of the govern the whele The privileges of perfons claiming under fo high a cannot be impaired by deeds from tbe and cenfequently the government of our par liament muft reach over all the Englim as if no fuch grants had been and no eftates derived out of VINDEX lit the firjl paragraph of tbe in our paper of for two thoufand read twenty thoufand The following letters are A Card from Conftant Eng A Prifoner in the We we ferry to acquaint cur that ive frequently receive letters paragraphs which upon examining kwt been infcrted in forte otkir previous to our receiving them as we can not fuppofe but they are feat to this paper at the funu we imagine it to be occafwned by the people at te Penny Office therefore beg tbe fawur tbut the bur fent to the may be wrote under ike We muft alfo beg to be excufed rtjefiing paragraphs of from anonymous To the P R I N T E IT has been remarked by that accurate obferver of men and the Cardinal De That in liftening to arguments brought in fupport of whatever we are not fo attentive to their folidity and as to the motives which might probably influence the fpeaker to produce The obfervation is unquellionaisly founded upon and if it were mighteafily be accounted for from very obvious It is at this moment remarkably verified by the members of our body not contented with irrefra arguments which our and heads of offered in defence their favourite mar riagt are to find fome private and partial which they fancy to have been mere decilive with than any general reafoning upon the To gratify this idle I mail in this paper endeavour to developethe efoteric and the of which have upon the prefent the two leaders of thecaufe the learned perfon who was mentioned in my lait as hiftoriographer to the aadMr without concurrence from fome particular circumftances in our which I hall touch upon in a future paper die great point could not poffibly be It might furely fuffidently account for the conduct of tbe latter to that the common kberty of marriage is naturally and ardently defired a majority of the univerfity and that theplan in quef is calculated to remove a reproach that belongs to no corporate bodies in reformed Europe excepting the of The great and repeated favours conferred by us upon will doubtlefs ever retain him an advocate in behalf of the honour and liberties of the He can naver forget how fever el y he has bimfeltfJt the which were are all impatient to have redreffed much lefs can it efcape his with what a fnajonaalt ge nerofity the body of who now expect his fup gave him at once independency and a as well as gratitude may be allowed to have its influence with He has great future ex pectations from the body of the univerfity and it is but natural and that he lliould wifli to conciliate an interejl with derives a further motive from his particular character as a He is extremely fjfrematica and having adopted a fyf tem reflecting the Origin of not perfectly re concileable with the beginning of he has 2 mind to confirm his theory by He would hew that the various ils of life could not poffibly have arifen from that amiable part of the from whofe admiffiori into colleges will flow fo much luilre and As to the part he is now acting is not merely matter of but of indifpenfible He is ours in right of aad his prefent conduct is but the execution of a figned and fealed many years with an Amazon of the This requires Theftory is fcmewhat but It muft be obferved that this like the has not always been free from the rage A newvamped fyftem of morals f was tne groundwork of his profeffed to draw the principles of his work from the common appreheniions of men and from common Un fortunately as he ingenuously owned his know le Ige of human life was very But how deficient fbever in he was not wanting in He drew accuracy from the objects before him and having paffed his life in a college he very naturally raifed his theory of morality upon the narrow bafts of He treated as chime rical thatjnoble enthufiailic which exalts men to Gods and even thofe tender fympathies and Sde notes on Kings Origin ef f See an primed in ;