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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 1, 1766, London, Middlesex f s JANUAR k r To the and the ancient arid rijfrueblt City 1 Return you my mod humble and grateful thanks for your firm and unShaken attachment to my in and deftatg me your Reprefenrative in Par Although tht return made by the Mayor in axy favour Was rejected by the Sheriff the fon of iny in the moft illegal and arbitary man and a return in favour of his father made by an Alderman of Me Hot invefted with any legal was received by him yet I doubt iibt but when a due reprefentation of the faets is laid before tne proper the irregularity of thefe proceedings will be fet right and and am ple juitice done to the and your moft moft humbte ROBERT Imported by PAUL facing South ampton in the Strandi ou Diftionaire des Arts misen ordre Di derot tomes lovolumes Mcueii de Planches fur les les ArtsLbe les Arts fervant a avec Ibefe liven volumes do complete tb Lorry de Morbis i enervations par Aufenr de 1Efiai far r Obfervadons fur les Peuples Bxrbares qui onthl bite les bords du Danube du Pont avec la Relation dun Voyage a a a par Traite des en forme de par z Hiftoire des ou Memoires de Ihis Day is llluftratfri with a curious representation of the Ci cadia of North and plans and views of the magnificent churches of St Peter at and Paul in neatly engraved on cop per 5 a favourite fong fet to THE LONDON for Containing a great variety of curious and important and amongft them the fol The History of the laft Seifion of Par with curious Remarks on the Duty on on the Eaft India The Secret of the iaie Ciianges intheMiniftry fairly ex Anextraordinary Cafe and Extracts K uriclcs Third Le to To prevent mifchief by Remarkable meteor at Inftance of French Account of the Summer s Defcription of the interior country and in habitant of Noith Force of iViurdcr of Ifetcl Poetical foreign and other in Paternofterrow imported by oppofrte in the Bookfeller to TNC ou Diclionnaire tome to Recueil des Planches de tome Paris completes this impor tant Science du par De tomes Paris Hefychii Defcription Jiiftorique Critique de par LAbbe 6 Paris Traite des Maladies des par tomes Paris Traite des Couleurs pour la Peinture en fur la precede de 1Art de Peindre fur Paris Dlctionaire dAnliquites a Paris Variations de la Monarchic par PC 4 Hiftoire dAfrique dEfpagne fous la Domi nation des par 3 Paris Hiftoire pe la Vie de Henri Roi de par Paris Sceltadi Prafe ePoefie Italiane in Clairval Philofophe ou la Force des 6 Traite de la Formation Mechaniques des Lan a iji Notice des Diplomes des des aftes relatives a THiftoirede par LAbbe de TKf day is Ueatly printed in a pocket price bound in or iu calf The TH J Rf EDJTIO N of AN INTRODUCTION to tbe ENGLISH LAN GUAGE and In Three Part A Spelling Book of Arts and Sciences containing Alphabets of all the Words in the fol lowing Geo He Difpoied in a method entirely with the Rules of and Part The Rudiments of English wiih the Rules of Em and a juft Part LeiTons on all the above mentioned Sciences containing a particular defcription of by way of or to enable the Scholar to rtad juftly rind judiciously on any fubject With a that nothing fliort of tbe method he taken can be fumcient for a plan of English By J3 EN TAMIN Printed for at near the Stamp and the ofAmerican Affairs relative appear to be a very ruduous and important concern to thofe who or ought to the true iwterefl of GreatBritain and he colonies at every one who has any rational fcheme to pro calculated good of the feems to be at liberty to communicate his fentiments for that purpofe permit through tbe channel of your difufive and impartial to proppfe an expedient as a whereby to r concile themiftakes which have unfortunately hap pened on both fides of the queftion Tis beyond a to the intelligent and that after the very extraordinary efforts which were effectually made by in the late toiave the colonifts from or imminenr danger enormous load To the PRINT A N Boneft Proteftant arid fenfible writer in your paper of the 4th who Signs the initials fays fnrely fome deflgn was in view among the when Philips published his Life of Cardinal The fame grand without all which our EngUmPaf5fts neverhad nut of the defign of Subverting the laws and government of Great Britain and and placing a Popish pretender upon the throne of thefe hut is right Ptiilipss book was melt probably written with zparti cular and to ferve a purpofe of which the public was not then Tlis cale was this Some old pamphlets of thofe times inform that if Cardinal Pole had outlived Queen a puih would have beenmade for him to have Succeeded and that fome intrigues were carrying on for that purpofe even in her Hfe The circum stance which difgufted even the Popith Lords who were founded upon thk tlTat Pole was an Ecclejiaflic and that it was next to certain that a Po piih Pried orany fore would make but a forry King of An attentive reader of Philipss Kiftory will eafily See how earnestly the romancer labours to take off this and with what confummate aiTurance he ives he gives his hero qualifications and which all the world knows the poor man never pretended merely to pufi out Palis talepts for Now the great Se cret of this lies Every one knows that the old Pretender is upon his laft if not already and kept in pickle for a particular during the reign of the late was talked of in coffeehoufes without at the time when Phiiipfs book was Itis yet and among the Papifts that the Preten ders eldelt on is Some fay he was hot by the Kings troops in and that he was perlcn ated fromthat time by one who was ex tremely like him in Statue and in erdr to keep up the fpirit of the rebellious Others will have it that he died feme time after his without faying faying where or Others again that he is kitting his health and fenfes in aperpetual at But all that he is absolutely I ft to all the purpofes and views of the party and that their eyes and hopes are now turned upon another for whom molt probably Philipss principal was to fmooth the way 5 and kaving the original in fo amiable it will not be difficult for io ingenious to draw the paralld when time ihall For whether I am right or wrong in my account of Pkiiifs on which heat perhaps Pbiie may hereafter favour us with fome in formation certain it that all the refort of Je uits and Popish prielts to this and all their conversions of So jultly complained day is price with a favourite new fsng done upon copper for different and two excel Tlent engravings the one a very elegant print of preeat Queen of efteemed a juft like and the other an admirable and picturefque 5 in the toiy cf the unfortunate de N IT M BE R of THE COURT MISCELLANY LADYS NEW MAGAZINE For Containing amongft a great the following interefting Poetical Epiftle the brated Abbe de Ranee to a written at the Abbay of La by Memoirs of the preient Queen of Condufion ef the Good a moral Fefti vals and diversions among the French in foFiner Strictures on the profeffion cf an Conclusion 6f Whitt on the Cure of Nervous An elTay a fpirit of Remarks OR the dif ferent plays xf A letter from a gentle man in Upon Conclu iion of the Memoirs of the Duke of Cumberland Obfervations on the Hate An account of the Plain as alteredJromWy An account of the Summer s with Conclafion of Youth and Indifcretion an Allegorical A letter irom a traveller m Remarks on the Knglifh with a comparative view of the merit of our thofe of other on the bad conie quences anung from London being Cu rious obfervations made by a young genti email who recovered his An eiTay in praife of goad liv An effay on popular Various pieces PLiatsdJiCRichardfonand ITrqnhart Burial Exchange 5 in Cathrine in the and fold by all the bookfellers in Great Britaiii apd urged by of their having been lately taxed without their is too evident a truth as the iwfufficiency of the aliening bdiag vif tUiirJy as compared with uuin corporate towns in the inhabitants of fuch towns being many of them doubtless legal electors of county members and otherwife the reft have by their neighbourhood and connexions with legal voters of the opportunity of acquiring the means of giving inftructions and influencing the conduct not only their proper county but thofe who reprefent neighbouring boroughs alfo and the future elections of fuch members will always in fome meafure depend on the influence of even many of thofe who have no legal votes themfelves fo have they a ftrong check on their which is not the cafe with the in refpect of any one member in the whole not a man of them depending on the colonifts for his feat in or for their inltruction and as the feem clearly to have a right as Englishmen to be and to cooperate with the in laying taxes on it appears that the violent meafures taken by the people in Ame and the confequences may be much more happily than by a return of vio lence fuffer to fuggeit to thofe of your to whom it appertains to coufult the good of the thatthe dirficulties on both fide might be if nut wholly by j a ufpenfion of the act for three in order to find and apply an expedient for in the And then fuppofe each colony Seve in proportion to its extent and number of in houid petition or be to elect and fend or one previous to the next general election in to repre fent them in Parliament fo to form an and give them opportunity of pleading and in if any better nie j thod can be found whereby the coloniesmay i contribute their hare of tsxes for their protectioa and defence and when fo met in after i thenext general which will be before the I expiration the aid three and not he 1 the faid Stamp Act to be reconfidered in Par liament and there tc be either confirmed or re and a better means ubftituted in lieu The afTemblies of the feveral provinces in Ame might atter retain the fame powers as or I of making provincial internal pe culiar to their feveral particular occafiansy not de rogating from the laws of but in matters of imperial or national concern fucb as protection and to be enacted in the Parliament of and the dominions thereto whofe fupreme legi dative as eoinpofdd of Lords and in is not like that of her King limited by but ia in xefpect of absolute over all the Kings dominions ne we may hope with will ever he reftrained by her ewn principles of mercyr and fo muft not any of the Kings fub jeets plead an exemjition from her It may be reafonabJy fuch a coalition would mod effectually cement and Strengthen the mutual common intereft of GreatBritain and her and would moft effectually remove all ap prehenaoas of any future Then may many further bounties and be granted to them with and the intereft of prove the mutual intereft of both her colo nies j fo and b prayeth the AMOR letters received f of a Uter from a Clergyman in The No g f none f hs Now as what thefe gentlemen afiert may mislead young I think it by means of your ufeful to undeceive Whifton having got the knowledge of Halleys having found out a method of calculating eclipfes by a period or by which the trouble ariilng from tne Moons parallax was and which Halley called the Chaldean Saros he found that it was the cycle mentioned by Pliny in his Natural and immediately published it to the in a as near as I can A Method if calculating Solar Eclipfes laxcs in which he has fljevvn it to be both he astronomical as well as from divers ex amples of both of the Sun and which then had snd have fince returned But as this cycle falls even and near three quarters later in the day in each fucceSTive this makes a very confiderable in folar eclipfes Whifton propofes the taking three of thofe which makes a period of 54 32 or 33 abating 50 minutes this lie calls the Grand Cycle for especially Solar Whiftons pamphlet has been many years out of and not to be unlefs in the libraries of fome curious aftronorriers but in the Appendix to his Syjfemof Pradical in the year has Hot only from Streets but from the examples of Se veral that they do return In 18 10 or n Seven and where there are calculated to in all how much fooner or Liter any eclipfe will happen in any future tuan the exact completion of the together with direc tions for whether the obscurity will he greater or lefs in any correfponding eclipfe as alfo how to fini the place in the and her Thtre are in the fame cycles of tle motions cf all the primary planers fo by the Several cyclestheie motions of the and be I a vjkole trouble is one Jar b one Jar by rbe as the author Vhihic topur us off cur guard by a few jelts and They may depend upon they will be watched aad and dragged out of their lurking holes and even thofe where they think themfelves in the greateft There is a fpirit abroad among the hearty friends of their ProteStant King aud by the help cf will not be easily Among thefe there are fume who can laugh and as well as like to cart about and death t and then to An I not in ipoit And this reminds we ct who can prevail with themfelves to put the name of Protfjhint qualified indeed with fome equivocal addition to where they bungle it as to let the in all drcp off beforethey have don with One of who ns hinifelf a Lisbon and who begins with a complaint of and ignorance on the woukl put us off with a crapel at fov a place of worship for Proteitants of the church cf T although he was told that it was by an wherein are prayers for the in of no denomi j nation c in But his majeitys loyal iubjects go there if they pis What to pray for Ue and perluips to hear his title ict forth j in a ilimon If tiiis Gentleman can doubt whether tbe CreeO and fervice of the Nonjurors is lefs heretical with the thn the forms the church of Eng I wculd refer Sim ts Dettnis cate if he has any wiwtlierhe is rertlly a ProteStant or a Roman he will receive ample What he fays of Lijban mayor may not be for thing I There to be a drawback with refpect to even inhis own But be that as it I have no bufmefs to make myielf anfvverable for other peoples Complements to and thanks for his Pray get out of the or the will be We have known of whofe hands thefe have done the greatest in the caufe of holy mother We have been warned from other quarters of a or a hot in the if we meddle with We kail be accordingly our but not the lefs firm and determined in the cauie of true Religion and To the P R I N T E f N the Gentleman Diay for this prefent year there is the following queftion It is required to the exact period of eclipfes called by The Chaldean Saros in what numher of years the fobir which happensd Aprji will return and appear accurately as then j and the like of any this fuppofi that a Tropical year confiits of 365 five 48 and 57 feconds and a Sy nodical month of 25 iz 44 and three feconds t or to be fomewhat left fuppofe that the Moon makes precisely while the Earth does one as he nearly does To this quellion no aafwer has been as to the return of the pro denitsthat eclipfes ever do and That and Halley knew that they did not and Hartley anfwering it only by the proportion of the Moons making revolu while the Earth in ioao revo lutions cf the the abjurdiij oj the r R i T E HAVE ever looked upon the Vokes of London to be a vsry a fet cf men and Some excerteil fet of people as any other body with iome ailcniihment that I heard a bill for the re oulating them intended to be this SeiTiGiu of as I did not thhk any regulations were than thofe Already by the Statute of By that the Court of Mayor Aldermen of the city cf Lon for the time are to admit brokers and to make fuch restrictions and limitations cf their conduct and demand fuch fecnrities for their ho nefty and good as they Shall think the broker is alfo obliged by that act to enter every contract he wkh the buyers iellers bond to theLord Mayer and o when under the penalty ol being Struck off the lilt of and having their bonds put in fuit againit Since then brokers are thus jegulated I was anxious tc be ac quainted what new regulations were wf behold I was that one new claufe was to fubject the brokers bocks of contracts to the inspec tion of either buttr vr or Wonderful Can fuch a claufe ever enter the heads of who wiili well to the city of Lon don and its trruie Surely not A propofal fo nnnt with miichief could only be hatched by fo who would wiili to carry tloe trade cf Lon as well as the free v out of the or to engios it wholly tr thcjnielvcs efe would they wiih to multiply enfnaring oaths exceSfive pe which can tend only to the propagation cf perjury and Would they wiih to expofe the transactions of every merchant to the infpection of j every and let ery one know what jquantity of and at what price any merchant hath bought or that thereby monopolies and ensTofiing iiiay be more esSiiy prnclifed Would they M that evry without 1 employ a broker power H Mavcr and Alderman And do they re that the ledempticn cf and the a year paid by every brings in yearly acfcn fiderable fum to the of London what care they for London Vhst regard can with Britifn libeity and crvil have for they rroud renew the arbi trary set of Jnmes filled cur prifons with from whence the Statute of now in was made to deliver them A friend to Free O To the NE of yor in your paper of Tuefday when attempting to vindicate the too common practice of reading fermons frora the to make gcod his quotes Acls where it is that sf old had in fjerj crty than tba peacbsd using read in the fy srrerjJabbath 1 fflrein the gentleman for his modeity and good which sufficiently appear in bis manner cf fentiments on this His argument is snd inge and I own was quite m w tc But I doubt it will be found to be My resfon that it ieems to prove it is well that argu ments prove nothing at If its being tiiat thofe who read the law of in the Synagogues every fabbaih did preach it is that to read the in a Strict and proper to preach thegofpel in fame manner we may that any one who reads to a congregation three or four chapters in at leait of the New or even wjjo reads from the pulpit the fermons composed by an may as truly be Jaid to preach the gofpj any one elfe Avhich is 1 thaii correspondent will We that Prieits and Levites read the law of they fometimes gave the their hearers to understand the reading by interpreting and applying whit i hey manner fui ted to the conditisn and their If this was their ufual when they read the law in the Synagogue fabljath and I prefume it will be dji prove that it was by preaching paffage referred to by yqur be understood thsir expounding what tliey of the drawing proper inferences from and it to their in fuck a ;