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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 10, 1766, London, Middlesex f Gazetteer and M O N D FEBRUARY MAR K E 4n the will be performed a New called BO F ON I SB e Miffic entirely compafed by Signior With new new and deco Pit and boxes to be put no ieffoin to be admitted without which will be delivered Tomorrow at the faid at half a Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will ba opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex JL U L A N AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY wiU he psefented The DISTRESSD Holland Powell Py Packer Burton Her Fitthenry Hippifley Benhet j With the HER C O V E N T G A R D E AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DlYwillbeprefented The R O T A L Smith Rofs Clarke 5 Walker Ward j Mifs Wrth The TJURTYFIRST T the Eittle Theatre in near the THISand EVERY till ftirther The LECTURE on HEADS Jjriltbe delivered by a YOUNG who never appeared in The doors to be opened at and to begin ex at fix Gallery To the F U B L I After fe viral of our Lords and the have with various made wry faces for the ptnufement of the permit a Woman to at tempt the arduous tafk of laughing the Men out of their follies that while he at tempts the ridicule of vices peculiar to the oihir witt by no means fpare the flighted foible of her Tbis Jay is A CATALOGUE feveral and Par cels of lately ptfrchafed j among which ate iadudedthe Libraries of MANSFIELD Senior Fellow of Johns Cam the Redtor of Mep and Thomas Doctor Piwuc f atf The whole making coNeftion of books 3 confiftingofTEN THotf VattJMfcS aft acts and m snoft languages which will begin to be Told very the loweft price being printed m ths by SAMUEL m on Tueiday the iStn and to continue every Catalogues to be of the following bookfellers Pallmall Rob Bojid ftreet Charing crofs Corn hill Temple bar 5 and at the place of Tale where is given to the full value for any Library Sum will be The THIRD EDITION of NARRATIVE of the EFFECTS of KEYSETS jfV ANTIVENBREAL In which all toe arguments againft this celebrated by anonymous authors or whether by intereftr or are entirely Its Analyfis by the Members of the Royal Academy of of Oxford Publifhed by at tVie Pauls fhit day is price and With addition of Kitchens new improved map of the with the miles and meafured dif CtaUMMINGSs PERPETUAL MEMORAN DUM 5 inrerleaved with his Patent alles together with the moft ufeful and necef fary tables of it is bound into a ftrong letter with a good fpring Printed and fold by pocket and patentee for the inven tion of manofaauring the aftes kin to write on with pencil or and rub off at the Golden the corner of Blackfriars Lud Merchants or hopkeepers may be ferved with all kind of or with or without in all different on the beft and at the loweft he being the real may likewife depend on meeting with the WEST inftruments in his pocket A firft floor to with other Enquire as This day is price A New Editionof CONSIDERATIONS on the Prepriety of Im pofmg Taxes in tke Britilh for the Purpofe ofraifing a Revenue by Aft of of North America printed and reprinted for oppofite Burlington houfe m Of whom may likewife be had new editions of the following Otiss Rights of flve price iDummers of the price Colonies Writ price behalf of the Written Likewife thetoliowing on the written in The Neceflity of Repealing the Stamp de price The Rights of Parliament price An Account of a Late price An Application of fome General Political Rules to the Prefent State of Great Ireland and price f The Late Occurrences in and Policy of Great price TheGiievance the Gover Baft India Court Direttort of ttt United Company of ebfttts of trading to the Eajl f thy give thatpurJiuMt ta a refoltttion of the General Cturt heLflkii tie prefent inter eft of per centum per on we faid jhall etafe and determine on the day of March and tbatfrota and After that day tbefntd Companys bonds are to cmrry an intertft after the rate per centum per and tlit Proprietors thereof are hereby allowed o the totb day of February next to bring the fame in is the Accountant of tbefmiJ at tbetf houfe in Leadenballjtreet if they think Jit to be market in order to carry the faid tnterefl per centum per an frtm the fata iifl of March next accordingly and tat the principal and interefi to the of March irialtfuch bonds aiJbaUnttbt brought in to be marked on or before the faid zofb dty of February as be paid ROBERT TO be ready at Lady day A large and convenient at in the parim of with fufficient and all other ufeful with a very good and about five acres of pafture adjoining to Enquire for further parti culars of in Tlie houfe be feen at any TO be juft Kennel from Sir Roger Bradfhaighs pits near Lanca which is far fuperior to any other Englifh or Scotch for their chearfulnels burning and giving the ftrongeft heat the fplnners of Wigan let working before the fire of an evening without the affiftance of a candle Thofe that have tried them know their excellent quality 5 thofe that have not will approve of them much upon trial as a fmall lump thrown in the midft of fmail dead burn ing will enliven and make a very pleafant chearful To be fold by Penning facing at per at the water This may be de pended on being the beft and genuine iorl as there is fome brought to town fometimes much inferior to from another part of the confe quently CATALOGUE ot coniiiting of the entire Libraries pf Gilbert Efqj late pf the Waroffice the Plymouth Ambrofe and the mott valuable part ot the library or William Mole Efqr of in Devonftiire With a great number of Claffical and other lately purchafed in Moft of the books are in good many of them in large and elegantly Which will begin to be for ready monev the prices printed in the catalogue on Tlrurf February the and continue on fale till the i3th of May By Catalogues to be had price of Ri and at the Royal Exchange 5 Childs and in StlPaul aCfturchyard Holborn Jleetftreet near Templebar Becket and De in the Strand Pallmall Nfew Bondilreet Piccadilly Fletcher and at Oxford and at Cambridge and at the place of fale where ready money is given fo r any library or parcel of For the letter figned lajl page the P R I N T E the gentleman who figns himfelf has objected to feveral things I faid of Lord Geprge Sack I think myfelf in fame mea fureobliged to anfwer The regiment I mean was that one Lord George commanded when the late General Wolfe was his Lieutenant and fame regiment the late Duke of Cumberland was fo often pleafed to have pafs in review before As 1 to Lord Georges being oppofed by French Boors at it is the firft time I ever heard of a town in France garrifoned by Boors if he will enquue Hntothat he will find there were regular troops in and a French army hovering behind the and that the attack and retreat were conducted by Lord George in a mafterly man without the lofs of a man to which I rrwft beg leave to that this was the only expedition to the coaft of France that was fuccsfsful either of the lad two the affair of Cherbourg where the deftroying the pier and bafon depended more on the than on any military As to his requeft of myfigning my I muft inform I have figned the initial letters of it to all the papers I wrote and if he wants to know he by enquiring at the Salopian cof or almoft any of the other coffeehoufes about CharingCrofs untill which I remain his moft humble The following litters are Will of Worceiter To the P R I N T E OBSERVING in your of the an ad monition to you figned That you would refufe a place in your paper to ths invectives flung out againft a eharacler beyond reach ofjdefa and The Great Commoner ean not be affefted by the ftupid attempts to befpat ter tht credit of the nation might I cannot but that this is the firft method I have known taken to reftrain a public and conSle it to the advocates of one fide of the quef tion I fay one fide of the as I that the and unprecedented conduft of that diftinguimed in a now caufeofhis and the real iaterdts of any mode of civil the very oppofite to his I cannot be that the credit of this coun try is the motive which induces your extraordinary correfpondent to Wlh to recommend your news pa per to a reftriclion which is fo contrary to the im partial information whioh you profefs does this attempt well fuit i he general and uncir curafcribed intelligence which the Great Commoner hiiufclf is fo great an advocate his admirers begin now to diilike a vehicle to which his elevation is fo much to be If all Europe acknowledges his and no pen can impair why then this that fhotild rejeft every thing thatdif putes his Abufe can never hurt an honeft and a firm or blaft a man whofe actions are neither directed tofacrifice the true intereftsand conftitutional rights of his to the love of or to the paffions of an uninformed I know not yet whether this winching advocate of the only great man in this eouhrry has made the lame modeft demand upon the other printers of If he I doubt not but they know their interefts and engagements too well to the public to pay any regard to and you will have the cre dit of being the firft who rejefts fueh an I cannot bat that what this Gentleman afks in favour of his is exaftly what every Monk refts his holinefss infallibility upon Let it not bf To the THE price of provifions having for fo long time COB tinned at fuch exorbitant notwith ftanding the enquiry laft Teafon into the and means ufed by importation from proving induces me to ofter my humble opinion of the true caufe of their and this continuance however unequal I arn to fuch a talk and point out fome means iflorder It muii be con on that the grand fource of lays in moaopolJzing of whereby a combination ismuch more eafily effected and this is known to be the true ftate of the for if the markets feem Inclinable to as might reasonably be expeSed from the known fine crops of wheat hit immediately the cornis withheld from the until it comes up tothe fanners price for trliere i or next to none brought to millers are the ony people the farmers chufe to deal andit has been la order to get a god to give the miller two fometimes upon which may anfwer both their but is extremely detrimental to the You will perhaps be when I inform you that all this is effected repugnant to our laws and although a if beobtanM a as a may buy corn and fell the flour yer I am greatly mitinformedif one miller in fome counties could ob tain fuch in order that poor might buy at the beft hand and notwitiftanding fuch they buy and fell as if they hid and fo camy on the aknoft fole bufinefs of that which I ap prehend is one great reafon of keeping up the price of the poor are incapable of coping with by giving and thofe few that have been io hardy as to have found but coolrecepjion from the magiftrate add to this the power they have of rafting the price after having firft laid in a good for the advance of twelve pence a balhel for one load does the bufinefs for the farmers ihftantly catch the alarm and no men know better how to improve fuch an opportunity by advancing all the neighbouring markets and the bufinefs with not to account forth but to infift on the When the parifhes were divided into fome had eight or ten then the farmers not only brought but butter and tv market in great But now fo many villages contain but one farm each and fome farms more the dairies are and fend their butter to jobbers out of the country and as the inhabitants are not fulfered to keep fowls by the and he keeps only for his own is the caufe they are advanced about double the price It is a great pity the gentlemen do not look more clofely into their real and examine how un likely the fcheme of letting fuch large farms is from anfwering their ends that they may depend on their rent being well paid I do not but what pre mium do the give order to obtain it I think I may venture to that every gentleman that for merly expended eight hundred pounds per take ajl things in the cannot now Hve under one thouland and if he lived up to his he muft either dip it or Thare is one other great impediment to the re ducing of corn afld that the bounty allowed on exportation however falutary the law might when firft I will not difpute j but furely the bounty money might in my much better the difcharge of the national debt efpe cially as I am informed it amounts to near three hundred thoufandpounds per Foreigners may well look on us as a fet of good natured for fupplying them with provifions from England and Ireland ib much cheaper than as to enable them to linderfell us at foreign which ap pears to me a little unnatural and as it is well known our manufactories are eveiy year fliding out of our I with there may be fome means found by reducing the price of to prevent tke ruin of our I hope the city of and all the corpora will this feafon apply with vigour to get rlie farms thrown into more and if at the fame time fome public fpirited people would enter into fubfcriptions in all to profecute all I dare fay it would have falutary effefts j for a few profecutions would foon cool their for foreftallmg advances the price of which aufwers the farmers end in a public by ielhng his annual ftcck out nt a much higher as well as by getting monej by engroffing and fore flailing by which there has been very pretty ettates got of lite yews but if all I doubt poor England has its beft days fcr I hall look on it s manufactory in fuch a declining that I fear fome few years the moft able heads and up right hearts will fcarce be ever ate to K EX TRAOP T EPORT that General 1 JV vourmc to get Mafler met with a Sn lLWh d WiH Prove fealtoihe coips he had raifed for a futnmer foms It is faid that Major Sturgeon will not be fufpend as was imagined j but on account of a fere ac cident will be preferred to who has thought proper to refign in his favour Peter of has fent a challenge to a certain perfon of either to kick or bopamrif mthe month of June for a good dinner of Beef and S To the IN July when from the encroachments of the French m America on the lands of and the interruption they gave to the commerce of this country among the a war was appre commiffioners from a number of the cob nies met at to form a PLAN of UNION for their common The plan they aorfed to m this j That a grand council mould be of members to bechofen by the aflem bhes and lent from all the colonies which coun together with a governor general to be ap pointed by the fhould be empowered to make general laws to raife money in alltiie colo nies for the defence of the This Han fent to the government here for approbation had it been approved and efbblifhed by authority from Enghih America thought iiitlf fnmciently able to cope with the withoutether ance feveral of the colonies having alone in farmer wars withftood the whole power of the un afiiiied not only by the mother but by any the neighbouring The was not approved here but a new one was formed inftead of by which it was that the Governors ot all the attended by one or two members of their refpective fnould concert meafures for rhe defence of the erefted forts where they judged and rajfe what troops they thought power to draw on the treafury for the iums mould be wanted and the treafqry tobe re imburfed by a tax laid on the colonies by of This new plan being communicated by Governor S airly to a gentleman ot thefi in whohath very eminentlydiftinguiihed before and fince that in the ilterary and whofe penetration nndcan aswellas hjs iendintis and ability to or carry into execution every fcherne of pubhc hath molt defervidly endeared him not only to our Subjects throughout the whole continent of North but numberlefs friends on this fide the Atlantic oceafloned the foi lowing remarks from perhaps may con tribute in fome degree to its btimg laid As they veryparticularly fnow the then ftntiments cf the on the fabjeft of a parliamentary before the Frensh power in that country was and before the lateretiniints on their they latisfy and I hope they wiil convince your rea contrary to what has been advanced by of your that thofe particulars have had no mare m producing the prefent oppoiition to iuch a nor in the difturbnnces occafioned by it 1 which thefe do almoit prophetically For this having accidentally fal len into my they are communicated to you byone who not but in the A LOVER OF i i Tiefdaf I return the loofe heets of the with thanks to your Excellency for communicating I that excluding the of the co lonies from all lhare in the choice of the Grand Coln give extreme as well as the taxing them by a6 of where they have no It is very that this sje nwal government might be as well and faithfully nd mimftered without the as with them but where heavy burthens have been laid on it hoc been found ufeful to make as much as their own act for they bear better when thev or think they have fome in the direflion ari when any public measures are generally grievousor evendiltateful to the the wieels of jrovern ment muft move more l WeJnfiay I mentioned it yefterday to your Kxcellercy my that excluding the people of the coi from all niarem the choice of the Grand wouM probably give extreme well as the taxing them by aft of where they have no In matters of general con cern to the and elpecially where burthens to be laid upon it is of ufe as well what they will be apt to think and as what they ought to think I as your Excel lency requires it of briefly Siemion what of ei ther kind occurs to me on this occafion i uFlrft wiU fty and with that the body of the people in the colonies are as and as firmly attached to the prefent and reigning as any fubjedts ui the kinds a That there is no reafon to doubt the readinefs and wilhngnefspf the reprefentatives they may ta grant from time to timeYuch fupplies for the That the people in the who are to feel the immediate milchiefs of iiivaJicn and conqueit an m tlie lofe of their lives and li are hkely to be better judges of the quantity of orqcs necelFary to be raifed and forts to be built and and of their own abilities tn mit fGovernors the colonies merely to make with which they intend to to Britain are not always men Of the belt abilities of ao ;