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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 28, 1766, London, Middlesex Tmorrow at flul and New Daily F E B K U A R Y S H 0 S U A R HpHE ffigbt in favour of CORN I being fixed for Mfeueh fife fumes t acquaint the aid and in order to guard againftthe intro d action improper dcfcets ufual will be delivered dhtyto the Sublcribers to the Afiesabliis Concert 6r tciPfcrh of their friends to whom they jhall the addrefled to her 9 AT fcf ARKET on wdl be an A will be delivered on Satur day dwfcfficroftiefai rtsnlladsait either One Gen THIS TO AC C AcB 2E U Wkk tbt Violin by Pit and Boxes to beput Tickets wlit delivered This Day at the Office to the Halt a Guinea Second Gallery to be opened at an Hour after Pit at atHdf anHeur after Six Rex k The F O U R T H STEVENS to T the AT ft the iSth of An LECTURE UPON WHOLE The S U P P E M E N Boxes Pit Gallery ByparticuJnr tfje doors to be opened at and begin precisely at Teven r Places to be taken at the fbu day u and tf tvtiy Libraries of MAKsFWtp I Senior qf Cam bridge the Rector of Bedfprdftirei and Thomas Doctor in Phyfic all lately The whole making a fide colleaipnof booJcs j cojafiftingof TEN Tirpu SANB fe 41 ani m inoft pliee being printed in ets for the annual Affianbly half a guinea ft of to the AflTefabbes and Concert maybe leen at the at Cor GALLINIs Ball will be at the AiTembly on is in order to prevent im proper the Nobllty and Gentry will be pteafed to have their names wrote upon their at may be had at By A V TH O R I T humbly preioming that by a fole foe long ieries of time to the Weltti he has brought that much the delight of our anceftprs to a greater de gree of perfection than it has hitherto attained but at the fame regretting that the powers of it are not lb univerfally as heconceives they he with great refpeft propofes to entertain the Mobi ity and Gentry on the following which he natters bimfelf will be more pleafing to the town ia and to his friends m than his annual by arfbrding him a more favourable opportunity of evidencing the beauty and effects of two by himfeif and his than when accompanied with other inftrumemsc To perform feveh mornings on two once a at Hickfords Great in BreVers to fcegin on March at twelve The fubfcriptipn one for the for which a ticket will be delivered for each to admit one gentleman or two No money to be taken at the Subfcribers may lend their tickets to their but none to be admitted without a Subfcriptions to be taken by at in to he gratUr at toepfkoe of nun wilt face CLANDESTINE 1 A COM As is afted at the Theatre Royal in Priated for Becket De Hondt in the Baldwin in Paternofterrow and Tbit Jay on on the RELATIVE preached at Queenftreet and Paul 5y the THOMAS Vicar of Wane in Printed for in and in will be pu In Two price bound AN HiftorlCa arid Critical Acount ot the LIFE of CHARLES the King of Great Eritanv After the Banner of Drawn from and is An Arut6f original now firft W It JAM ftr in the W whom may be Harriss Life of pHyer after the in aiie price to the and Plymouth Salt Water Bath and Long THIS which for the purity and itrength of its and a delightful prcfpect from the long is univerfally allowedto be as ftriking and beautiful a fituation as in any part of England 5 and beihg now nearly compleated will be opened for the reception of the very early in May by their and humble The For the good of mankind in the as a duty Incumbent upon beg to the that this very beneficial and expeafive undertaking has been carried on by the advice and entire approbation that eminent and learnedphyfichn Huxham as the welfare and preservation cf the human ipecies is fa intimately we the li berty we have taken in mentioning fo very refpecta ble a SOCIETY of ANTIENT February THE and incined to favour the Charity for Educating Poor Chil dren defeended from Welch are defired to meet the Honourable Society of Antient to celebrate Davids being the lit of at St Brides Church in Fleet Prayers will begin at eleven oclock and are to be read m the Antient Biitifh by the the Chapel And afterwards a Ser mon preached in by the Harri MorningPreacher at LongAcre and Joint Lectuer of Martin in the After the Church Service will be Anthem the vocal parts by and the Young Gentlemen of the The Organ by B ATT is R There will be a collection at the Churchdoor for the benefit of the And after Church to proceed to Merchant lors hall to o M A s Efq the eutdfreedily ivill The firft Volume of 1HE FOOL of QUALITY the HISTORY HEtsERY EARL of BROOK Efq Printed for in For f fePREF EURROWs REPORTS e loft the P N T E N fubmitting myideas upon the prudence ot a repeal of the ftamp L fhall not permit myfelf to argue upon the right of becaufe not only on every principle law and go but fo declared by the refolutions of both Houfes of Parliament Neither hall I argue upon expediency or inexpediency of the becaffe there feems to me anotlier point of view of far greater in which alone it ought now to be The inexpediency of a either as imprudent in its impro per or unneceflary in its ought great weight in every gufttlBthat the continuance of But the prefent conjuMfcrl attention to ano ther object of far more I Will fuppofe for the the ftamp ad to be at bad as its warmeit enemies cm wifh to Ue inex grievous admk all the diftrefles of our manufactures merchants us the confequences of the ftamp but of the means of refiftance whieh the Americans have einplo ed againft and may employ againft any other law I will admit that the repeal will at once give cafe to thefe grievances of the and relieve our prefent domeftic from their prefent Thefe adttiiffions I contain the fubftance of all that has or can be urged for a repeal of the ftamp act fjLl fuch with all due deMpnce to the wifdom of that aflembly under it ncw to be the nuft moil the moft fatal to the legifiature of any It is abfurd to that the repealed becaufe of many errdca fliips in the law Thele defects might thefe errors hardfhips reli queftion is Whether Parliament dom and repeal a law which ought have been made Whether they to the manifoll afis of rebellion by oftbatlavj has been It is in vain that we refilve our legiflarion to csn troul whiift we give up to her illegal vio lence the very firit ait in vyhich tisat authority has been denied and In vain do we rejolve to a more hifatiuted herd of than ihofe unhappy wretchetj under tte delufion of jrnasnnury loy raifed the arts of rebellion Againft the fainivof The unhappy who jtheir offences by were the objects of But the public iangr called for ex I enipiary and made eveu or a meafure cf itate The have not as yet ereckcb the Itandard of rebellion 5 hut thsy have done worfe they and proclaim their reiuluticn to for a law to which they owe implicit obedience they form confpiracies more fatal to CJieat than any civil war they could raie their the cfLdtures of the with audacious blen pafs a variety of refoluticus in diredl denial of the fovereignty of All is but Let America once fetl the controul fhe has over the mother and tie gamcm natural to humanity will nj opportu nity for the exercjfs of The free improvement of manufactures and traderill moil animate her to a determined refinance to every re gulation which this country may atturpt 10 upon I fay nothing as to the prefent ability of Great to enforce our laws in America be caufe when we talk of enforcing any ronuncruul laws we fhall that if not a inter empty muft fuppofe an ability to the Americans to The of an ina bility in Great Britain to enforce her 1 re fcouted by ikt Right Gentle man when he made his firft prcftfiion defci vvitl re gard to Such are the reafons that convince me of the dan ger of a repeal Q the ftamp Had the Ameri cans come with due fubmidicn to y their ances before they have I in that a love and tencSernefs for the colonies which would b given the molt tual remedy to every juS caufe of May tlieir conduct on every future occafion de may it receive every every fa vourable that Parliament can all JHit where they prefume to deny and refift the authority of the legifiature of Great I hope that themfelves bound by their duty to the s country they as well as tlieir own honour DvereJ2nty determined nuiediii any mode un der the authority cf a law refiited by America and enforced by Great would be of more e fie ft to check the rifjnpj Ipirit of the and confirm the tottering authority of the than ten thoufs refolutions the moit Itrong that can for Let every relief granted to the colonies appear be fbunicd on the iubaiifiion cf America to Par to ailert I no iil to ia the f j or to jitead of the celebrated ul and wnconirnon ani and a new fong uppn M m pnce c of s GENTLE HEW for FE u A R is a mall part of thf contents Meatorrs of the celebrared de A hewaefcription of Pyra and Arabian The nationaland perfonal advantages of An account of an uncommon from the Memoirsof the Aca of Sciences at Conclufion of the na taral hiiiwy of with entertaining The between grace and beauty an al An effay on Of an elegant man ner of a polite A Utter to a on a diftafte of the On the con an oriental The firft efforts cf theEjiglifh to fettle Uie colony State ofagfkulriire in with remarks on the Natural hiftory of the trantoted from Hiftory of Em prefs to Peter the An authentic A curious magical invented by of A method of taking off paintings in n account of theprivate life of the late The life of Aa account of an uncommon called the Pha Reniarks on the play of the Caadef tine A new method of deftroyjng and the bffght jn fruit communicated to the Society Am and Various of Printed for Richardfon and un3er the Exchange and by all the J and nejyscarnars in Gieat Stephen Hough pavid Daniel Price Hugh Griffith Samuel Hughes Thomas Tones John Evans John Williams Robert Metham John Wilfoh George Pin nock Humphreys Thomas Jones John Sadler John John Jonw Luke Idefon John Nunns Richard Jones Hugh Owen Charles Howell Richard Harrifon James Brooks Rowland Charles Dinner will be on table at three oclock The Cymrodorion Society are defired to favour the Stewards with their company on the morning of the ift ot at nine oclock at the Somerfet coffeehoiife ia the in order to join the No perfons will he admitted into the Hall without Feaft which may be had ar the following places at coffeehoufe near the Royal Exchange j Andertons coflfeehoufe in Fleetftreet the Somerfet coffeehoufe in the Strand Jamess cotfeehoufe in Saekvilleftreet Applebys m Parliamentftreet and at tte Hall on the morning of the i ft of and Gendemen may be fupplied with Tickets for ths by fending to the laid The Hall will be aired and kept warm before and on the Feaft WILLIAM On the jlh of Mareh witl be in Dedicated to his Price Three Shillings and Sixpence ESSAI fur LHISTOIRE de depuis la Fondation de la vills jufques a la Convention arretee enrre le la Bourgsoife Van Par D A T H A Londres Chez en Where may be haJy the fame in rapport with vigour every commercial by our fubiniflion on this we prove to the Americans that they a weapaa in their by which they can compel the legifiature of Great Britain to enact or to as fhall ecm fit to Will America hereafter yield obedience to any future calculated ts check for the commercial intereft of Great Britain No Her af femblies will refolve the law to be invalid and grievous her people will rife up in arinsagainrt the execution of it they will again refufe to receive our or to make the remittances due to this country j again will our merchants and ma nufacturers be reduced to the fame diftrefs under which they now groan again mult Parliament fub and again purchafe the freedom of trade with oar colonies by a repeal of the No J it is tben will be the time to act with vigour tken is the be and all the horrors of civil war let loofe to eradicate that Spirit of refiftance which we ourftlves have and to enforce the authority of the mother country over her deluded Is this prudence Is this humanity But can we fuppofe that we fhall be able a few years hence to dotbat which we dare not now attempt Will Ame rica refift with lefs becaufe the fophiftry of any factious leader of country teUs her in that cafe ftte ought not to refift Will fhe refift with kfs effect when the number and wealth of her inhabi tan s be doubled Can our right be ever more clear than in the bte exercife of it Yet America has denied Can our power be ever greater than it now is Yet America and we dare not Whilft we tfcaft of authority over America will exercife power over She need nJl confine the coutroul fhe has ever us to mat teis relating to Does fhe diflike any legifla tive or executive act of this her refufe our manufactures and her and the aft muft be What mould we have faid to the inhabitants of the cyder counties if they had prefumed to refift the execution of the cyder act in the manner that the ftamp act has If they had in their county meetings refblved the tax to be unconftitu tional and gruvous if tfiey had offered violent re fiftance to the officers of the revenue in levying the duty j would that have been rebellion in the cyder which has been bat tiiforder in America Would the arm of law have been let fall with vengeance Upon the refiftance of our domeftic fub jects and are we to fubmit com encourage tke fame guilty refiftance on the part of the Americans What SHALL we do if thefe encouraged by the victory gained by the fhouki now put the fame means in opera tion Their clamours will be the voice of Englifh men and of liberty their delufion will deferve pity 5 their refiftance will not be more criminal than that of the becaufe our right to tax America is no lefs binding than our right to tax any part of this The plea of delufion will extend to juftify almoft every adt of Was there ever a more A Halfpay Ofiicer from the Anonymous A City Society Viator and I To the P R I N T E HAVE long waited with impatience to out prefent Miniilry wcre or net not that I ever gave much heed ts his affurances to the of the prefent admiaiftration being under the influcnc of the Thtir principles have been too long to make me doubt of their good in tentions towards the or that they cams in With any other view than to try what was in their power to to retrieve their country to fee whether they could not act i without overruled by a fee in thcfe hih c ithout being overruled by a fecret influence but though I knew would never aift that in I was fjrpiifed that who feemecl fuited do ihouid quarrel with him and could not conceive how it came to though I feme times to believe it the if Anl Sejanus is but whici is has fhewed to and to the riur Sejanus and the late Miniilry are one and how in deed could alike in be atiion was it not to be fuppofcd tliey fon fhake and ft and together in open GI both the love and good of the Happy it is for that this coalition is at difcovered we might have been torn into tiiree ij perate and ibmchoneft men ITS ijhrbavc almoftperfuaded To that the influence of the mult weii to their King and and been fearful tJcie now left they were meanly airing inderhis influence but they are fecure from inch fiii they they uuon own prin The people may be fecure in their bands for as long as they can on their OMH they will but never will they fubmit to any undue They are I have no fecure of the favour of their and oa cf all the nation mere ivhich will makd them firmer than thing they will be otfifid by that fet of men who merited and wiilied for I would wim to alk hou he Las had the face fo long to affert what be buiu to be falie and which now all the naorhl finds to be fo too But I will leave him to the reproaches of his own con and again congratulate my countrymen on the publishing what I fj long have that there is again out two parties principle bit conjlilntknal liberty and arbitrary are now the fole motives of the two contending parties that while the prefent M remain in the dignity of the Sovereign and right of the people are fecure but that both will readily be given when ever they ccine in competition with the ambitious views of the other fet of when they again come to rule over The Lord avert that A B R I T O ;