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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 18, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and T U E S D A FEBRUARY H A Y M A R K E THEATRE in the THIS the i8th will be an Tickets will be delivered to the Subfcribers This Day attheOtfiee of thefaid If any tickets remain more than fubfcnbed they will be delivered This Day at the at fix and twenty hillings doors to be opened at nine and no Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two Five different doors will be opened at twelve for to go where chairs willeafily be Vivant Rex Left they fheuld be thought wanting to the nobility and humbly beg leave to remind when pub lic Aflemblies were introduced at e on it was not only witfeva view of di viding the and caufuK greater va but alfo in aid and fupport of the which have always been fubjeft to great loffes in the the by the too frequent indifpcfrin of the principal as this feafon has already fufficiently evinced They therefore beg to be un derftood though they have changed Thurlday the original night to in order to avoid as much poffible interfering with thofe nights adopted by the ladies elfewhere that their defign is to carry on both Operas and Aflemblies in fupport of each thereby to fulfil their undertaking in the moft cofnpleat manner for which purpofe they moft humbly hope for the countenance and afliftance of their noble and worthy patrons and as they have ipared no expence to render the whole mag nificent and and intend to proceed in every improvement that caa make thofe amufements perfeftlyagreeable and HAY K E M A R v A T T H B KINGS THEATRE in the On Thurfday next will be performed a Seri ous calfcd A R g The Mufic ot Signior With and and boxes to be put and no perfons tobe admitted without ticket which will be delivered That Day at die laid at half a guinea each Gallery five foil to By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into The pit and will be opened at Tu at an hour after fix Vivant Rex On Saturday next will be So D R U R Y L A N AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prefented A L M E N The Mafic by Arne and With Additions and The principal parts by Mr and a Gentleman being his fecond appearance on any ftaje Vincelitv Mils DMrman anS Mils T F With the FAT RY THE Annual Night hi favour of CORNELYS being fixed for March fhe fumes to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry there with and in order to guard againftthe intro duction of improper tickets as ufual will bedelivered only to the Subfcribers to the Aifemblies or or of their friends to whom they mail give order for the addrefled to and direfting her fo deliver what numbtr gf tickets they may This daj is and to tontinue felling very THE Libraries of MANSFIELD Senior Fellow of Johns Cam bridge the Reftor of Mep Bedfordfhire and Thomas Doctor in Phyfic all lately The whole making a fine collection coufiftingof FEN THOTJ VOLUMES in all arts and and moft languages the loweft price being printed in the By SAMUEL In Co Catalogues to be at the place of Ibis day is price bound A COMPLETE TREATISE on the virulent boih in men and Where in is hewn tfee different manner of treating it the infufficiency of moft of the methods now in ufe the danger there is m neglefting this and the means of diftinguifhing the Gonorrhoea from the Fluor Albus in Translated from the French of J AQUES R Surgeon in ordinary to his moft Chrifti m and member of the Royal Academy of Printed for Paul inthe by Price One One Shiiling in THE HISTORY of V AND con taining the antiquities and revolutions of the country of MECKLENBURGH with the fuccefllon and memorable aftions of its THOMAS Printed for the author and fold by boojtfeller to his and in the Strand inGrayVmn in Fleetftreet and in The Author returns his grateful ledgments to the Nobility and Gentry who have done him the honour to encourage this herMa jeftys illuftrious Subfcribers fending their receipts may have their books delivered at above or at the Authors inn where fubfcriptions continue tp off the authority of the Sritiik pirlhment If we know their ought to thmrt to the utmoft of our We cannot confiftent with the principle of allow thofe colo nies to increafe in we are will with us for of the oceans fo as they haveany hopes of fucceeding in that Is the ftamp aft then hurtful to the intereft of who regard to the Britifh in the light of being in flavery If it is that is the beft reafon in the world for keep ing it in Ought we to permit them to grow in who have declared their refdution to fight us fa foon as they are able Every principle known among forbids us to put arms iota the hands of our determined But fo generous a nation as cannot aft by thefe feditious colonies as they That noble principle of fo predominant in j will not allow us to domineer over thefe and rebellious We muft re member they are and treat them as allied with us in that refpeftable tlie duties required by the ftamp aft are heavier than they can conveniently let us leflen them but beware of annihilating a which gives union to the Britifh The burden impofed by tlie ftamp aft be made fufiicientiy without being If we mull con tinue to pay of our mutinous let us not alfo give up to with our our honour the honour of our and our unj A T f 11 C 3 f Vl 1 caft your eyea upona fine a large commercial daily nego tiating with one paper how ref in fuch cafe they may beamorig no one will doubt but it will as them into a ftate and But refpeftable they will be among their foreign with regard to their ufual grearnefs of trade and it is as truly evident that they can cut no figure and I think it will appear to every manof common rhjtfthis tax cannot raife lefs in America than If 43 I will prove it to demonftration then what time will it take to exhauft them of every dollar upon the I fubmit fo the candid to is fo thatno man buta novice tOf would attempt a dr offer to contradift it again the American could bear to buy their ftamps with paper currency to this I that this method might be more fh provided each diftributor of the ftamps by aa additional elaufeintheaftj hnd trie power to chafe the commodities of the country in which to make good his as we do from our colo nifts upon the four and a half per duties on ru in the fame comrardlty but if money only is collected for the the cliilribiitor can make no other remittances but in money if you in if he can buy To fuppofe a of ftamp aft in bv the C O V E N T G A R D E N AT the Theatre Royal m DAY will be prefented T T T The MAID of the MI L The Mufic compiled from Favowite Airs of the molt Celebrated Tht Principal Parts to be performed by A French Society is he dav evenine for thofe that want to improve them felves by and attended by a gentlenian of of great whofe perfell pronun ciation purity of and thorough know ledge of the rules and genius of the French and En gtii willbsar the finest He f ontinuFs to teach at home and by fo aid that the fcbolar is foon by his rapid none more expeditious anfwered No objection to attend academyin town three or times a ror the Information of the THK Day commenced a Sale of the entire triAe nf JONATHAN LAW re in the going into another birfmefs confifting of water and plain tab s ftriped and luftnngs with a of rich fpngged and CniniCllCU Chinefe Turky with viriety of half fflks and black Nor wich and will be made to wholeiale dealers and country kopkecpers KB AH Perfons indebted to the1 late partner ftS between and are de fowl to pay their refpeftive debtsto the faid Jo nathan irnsKPH haberdaflier and T out the Packhorfc and Star BOW removed on the Royal up the Great SmTrs from where he ing the remamder of hh faved from the and tail rS under prime coll wlme merchants and keepers may be fupplied with a very great va of haberdafliery miHinery goods among black minionet laces and which wiHbe Cold exceeding Bbcf filmed mode from t Slack la tin trimmed with from Whit from to Fmeftuff cfiilted Quilted Perfian from to Black fattin from to Coloured from White fipured fattin for cloaks per yard variety of Itriped jackanot and Book For the htter and NORTH loft the NE of your correlpoiidents very lately of the American that govern ment is folely intended for the good of the dignity of ought to give in every to the fuperior ad vantages of Who doubts it The obfervation is moft certainly juft But what is to be collefted from winch wi 1 leflen the difficulty with refpeft to the matter m which it is urged We all acknowledge that the qneftion relative to the ftamp now under the confideration of the ought to be determined according to the fuperior interefts ot with out regard to any other objeft whatever yet the difficulty What do thefe fuperior nterefts in this cafe perfuade We are however that the interefts of the difobedient colonies are not the interefts of that of which they are only a part Nor can the interefts of thofe with nv degree of ftiledthe interefts of Ame ica becaufe the iflands are by far the richeft and moft confulerable part of The contiuen alifts are mere compared with the inhabj ants of the Jamaica alone contains more j iches than the whole continent of Britifh America put And it is that the colonies arc 3olTeft of no importance with refpeft to except n fo far as they are wealthy for it is their wealth only that imparts to them any value in our as froni their riches only the prices of our manufac tures For this reafon it is that the iflanda are entitled toour Nay the interefts of the difobedient can not juftly be termed the interefts of the whole of the continent of BritUh for thofe colonies are far from being the whole of that I Hull however efteem them two thirds of the continent and that is the moft they can be reckoned in point of With refpeft to extent of they are not near one let us fuppofe that the intereH of the difobedient colonies calls fur a repeal of the lUmp Is the intereft of the mother country become lo minute a confideration in the Britifh that that intereft muft be interefts of the meaneft branch of this empire Are tbe ifoerefts of Britainiobe facrificed to the to of fo invaluable a part of her own fubjefts Is the authority of parliament to weigh nothing in this reckoning notthe intereft of the whole Britifh that that authority be properly fup ported Shall then the intereft of this extenfive and important empire be given in tle fupreme do minion of our to gratify the extrava gant fancies of fuch an unimportant part of our ter ritories It is not the grievoufnefs of thetax which vexes thefe is the authority of our parliament which is the objeft of their malice for they tell that they will themfelves as if the ftamp aft remains A people of fuch perverfe hearts can deferve a very fmall of our Is fitbjefiion to a Britijb parliamaifjlavery In this declarationwe may the final defire of the continental An emancipation from this flavery is furely ultimate Ist reafonabde that fliould con tuek whofe deiire it is to hake questionable rights over Let us rather reduce to a the taxes demanded by that and infift on That trifle as an acknowledgement of our fuperior Thus thofe if really aggrieved by will be and the authority qf our parliament will be The interelts of the and the interelts of Britain in thole are plaulible pretences but we ought always carefully todiftinguifli between yet fugitive and thole that are The latter demand our ftrifteft atten and the former mould always be as a deceptions The difficulties we may from the prefent humour of fome of are of a trifling com paredwith the permanent muft from the wsund that will be given to the autho rity of the by the total repeal of the ftainp lucrative will en gage the moft reftive of our colonifts to renew their commercial connexions with us but the authority the OHCC broken in will never And though the ftamp aft hould be yet we cannot upon that expeft more trade from America than we fliould otherwife becaafe we are certain that the Americans take none of our out of a principle of A DUTIFUL trie foilowing letters are S A True Friend to Newgate Sol with his fecond very genteel private letter Injured A Friend to Civil and One of that prefent P to fupuofe an abfurdivv that the p of Great in one To the P R I N T E SHOULD our great people here at home think proper to enforce tbe ftamp I fuppofe our American reduced as it will be ordered to aft now fbould they fucceed I think they will ftanda good chance to be all knocked on the head as winch they would ref ufe to fupport in the nc xt but that if it is net at leaft to fomtother of ibitfce no other alternative but the ruin of the My is not to copy after the fever warm whofe writings are and full of virulence and declamation and ihereforel Jhill avoid the fame and will by no means the minds of the people againft the late But to dfc a popular opinion of the meritof our prefect fhews them a fet as it is highly detrimental to the intereft of this great to ftudy and inflame the minds of the public wich bale with the moft flagrant abufe an adminiftra tion urimeritedj and filled up of whbfe integrity and honefty is fo eini neatly who ftantVabfoluteiy free frorji even and whofe late taking of tie reins have not left thefe noble perfonages a fufHcient lime difplay their is highly indecent and crimi nal the numerous writers on the conduci of the pre fent and paft are become editftis to the and their repetitious baneful far from being of any real or productive of public that they ferve only to cur na tional and fofler an invincible haired thaa which fo iliamefully productive o faftion and animofity and whiie tjiefe fharoefu I fhoukl are blowing up the coals of difunion amongft the of this thefe inrlavnmatory wretches do this naticn move rgal than we fliould receive in 50 ears from all the united nations upon were th and declared among Let us the Americans haufted of their and left fuch a fituatipn muft entirely deny them the privi ere of trade with ether than by bartering luin berand other Trade thus carried on y our natural we only united the Americans will certainly repel force by force in what manner mail we reward them you know that after they had conquered that irnmenfe large country with a great deal of we ordered a great many regiments as not being wanted inftead of recruiting thofe regiments from whofe turn it was to we or dered that the regiments coming home ihould leave all their able men to compleat thofe that You that was at once pafling fentence of tvanfportation for life upon The next thing they did was a piece of ordering the provifions the governnientalwaysufed to find them to be This produced a memorial from the foldiers and noncommiflioned that if they were to have fomething taken from it might be their as they could better live with out it than the This was called and fome of the 40th regiment were Now fhould if furmount all and bringthe Americans to I think we can do no than give them a coup de hang as being the next punifhment to tranf portation for though not fo bad as by may aintain tis To the P R I N T E S great a reader as I am of thefeveral difputa tions relative tothe Americans averfion to the ftamp I do not remember to have feen a true ftate of the cafe I a circumftantial hewing the realinjury the Americanswill moil blyfeefunder fuch a with the very little oood this kingdom can poflibly derive from it not to fay one word of the mortal wound the merchants of GreatBritain have already experienced from its infant If there were any it has efcaped my memory and the mode and method of that and the impropriety of are my motives for troubling the public with a circumftantial account of which I flatter myfeif will admit of no Every rational being cannot well fuppofe any than that it is the mode of railing andremit ing thistax in fpecie that gives rife to the American averfion and difcontent although not psr haps more than any other confideration for very true it if no other mode can be deviled than to purchafe ftamps with fpecie a very fliort period them of all their bullion and and it will keep them tis equally true they will not cny be in wnnt of to tranfpcrt ilrem to nations in cif com but in want of money to pay the verv hirelings their other than hy their n papur money but thegreatelt evil of ail tht linfibility of this feeling diitrefs by the great mjrchautr of GreatBritain trade diipinted and daily languhh iflv the fource of all otir remittances dried up 5 thoufands cf poor manufacturers other tradef men abandoned snd left to and be a burthen upon the If this be then fliould we not attempt an amendment of an evil fo If in the time of the late in eiTor committed in enacling this ftamp if it had beea Ifcudied for the ruin of our enter prifing politicalreafons would good to enforce it into an indefinite law but againft the favorite danghfer of our purchafed with fo much blood and to perfift in an evil of fo dangerous a h amazing our owncolonieswill not fuffer if thistax takes farthere is at this time i great JcaVcity of money in tlie that one fmgle twtlvemontlf no family will be able to go to to jnrchafethe common neceflaries or life for that in all the it is to get lilver for a or thirty fix flailing piece of without paying for fuch change frequently fix and feven before you can procure it and is a tax upon the in habitants of better than twelve and a half per for only to buy food for famly J h is fo that now be atteilxd by men undoubted If thefe are no real inconve niences and I beg that fome abler man would ftate tlie cafe morenaturKy birfr language I am Cure he nvy but I doub r with greater To the P R T E Cannot thinkit poffible for any par who has carefully attended to the ments which has beea urged sn the fubjeft of the ftainp not to fee with the utmoft clearnefs the conflitutional right of the three ellate of the to tax the Americans anI that a denial of that right ;