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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 2, 1766, London, Middlesex V burnt from tta Padcborfe Star in T H U R S D A J AWf JU A R Y 1766 all at and ts and fltop be fuppfitd with a Very great variety aery and millinery goods among which yards of Blond black minlonet laces and will be fold exceeding Black figured mode from i t j Black iatin from to White and coloured from Fine ftuff quilted fcwa to Quilted Perfian from jilaek fattin from to Coloured from to White figured fattin for cloaks Great variety of ttriped and flowered nb variety of new drefs and undrefs lappets for the t Some Jackanotand Bonk mufti This day ii t Neatly printed jn a pocket price bound in fheep or in calf The T H i D E D i T i o N of A NINTRODUC riON to the ENGLISH L AN A GUAGE and In Three A Spelling Book of Arts and Sciences 5 containing Alphabets of all the Words in the fot lawing Geo Phy Dtfpoted in a method entirely with Ae Rules of and The Rudiments of Englifh wkh the Rules of Em and a Mt Part all the above mentioned j n particular defcriptton of aCn by or to enable the Scholar and judic on any fubjecT Wth a that nothing hot he e taken can be fufficifait for a ff StftlTM A R T I at near ii y the KIN G s Day is price with two a View of the Church of AllSaints at and the Arms of the Eafi r NUMBEK of BRIT I S H MAGAZINE For 1765 for Fletcher in Pauls Fletcher at Oxford aad Wilfon m and fold by all afod newsearners in Great Britain and fturltUu t In F o u Beautifully of the Peing tbe M Oc T A y price bound of jtfinted or To which are the the oifeinal and the true Chronicle Hi ftory oi4Cmg printed iji i6as before Colr there were diffeient and pub liflied from the By GEORGE Efq utea afgntibus potties quiun nvu Jtu autem vem fdbiie docuerat net trat taulejluttivfijiirg quantum utfffentntta Cioerdnis Printed for and in the Strand at tbe Caltlefkreet and pnci Dedicated to die Right the Lord Wafkwmh rftHE ENTERTAINING in French and being a collection bf above 500 judkious frnart and ihort extracted from the belt French and particularly from ttw celebrated books in ANAS The whole forming a treafure of moral and of far greater benefit to learners than the Dia logues ufually given in By L O C K M A Author of the Hiftory of and Reman Hif by Queftiou Printed for in the The very favourable reception this work meets with in our makes all farther re commendation of it day frice and With an addition of Kitchens new improved map of the with thfi mites and meafured dift CUMMINGSs PERPETUAL MEMORAN DUM BOOK interleaved with his patent ailes together with the moft ufeful and necef fary tables of it is bound into a ttrong letter with a good 1pring Printed and fold by pocket ftationer and paterttee for the IHVCJI tion of manufacturing the afles fkift to write en with pencil or and rub off at die Golden the corner of Lud Merchanti or fliopkeepers may be ferved with all kind of or with or without in all the different OB the beft and at the loweft he being the real may likewife depend on meeting with the BEST of inrtrutuents in bis pocket A firft floor to with other Enquire as Imported by PAUL facing Sputh in the ou Arts 8c misen ordre par dftrot Sc tomes ij Recuejl de Planches fur ks les Arts libe ks Arts fervant a avec Iturs itefe eleven itolujnes da complete this valuable Lorry de Morbis a Obfervations fur par Auteur de 1EfTai fur T i Obfervations fur les PeUples Barbafes qui i rrt ha faite les bords du Danube du Pont avee la Relation dun Voyage a a par Traitedts ea forme de ou Memoires de Dun Hjftoire depuis la Fonda de ia jufqua la Paix ea f63 par Des 6 voL Effai fur Patriotifme Anglois Porte fueillc dun Homme 3e Adelaide du La Fee LOrpheline etierjgned ANTI J AN U lafl To be price Elegantly prmtedTin on a new letter and fu to be ccntiaued without tifl the work is N U MB E R of A New and Literal Tranflation of all the books oi the Old andHew with notes criti cal aad ByAJWHONY CON D I T I O N This which makes two volumes is printed on a new and fuperfine crown paper Five ftitched in blue wnl be de the fabfcribers V aV Thefirft number will be pablifhed January and every till thewhole be coin pie The work will be eomprifed in m Ludgateftreeti and foki by all other in aud Thofe who chufe to have this work com may have it neatly price 4 NEW BOOKS imported by oppofite in the Bookfeller to his ou Dictionnaire r tome to Paris des Planches de tome Paris completes this impor Science du par De tomes Paris Hefychii tomus Defctiption Hiftoriqae Critique de 1ItaUfe par LAbbe 6 Pafts Traiti des Maladies des par tomes Paris la Peiiuureen tc la precede 4e 1Art Peindreftir Paris dAnfcquites Paris Vifiitions la Moniffchie par De 4 1765 Hiftoire dAfrique dEfpagne fous la Domi nation des par 3 Paris Hfftoire pe la Vw dc Henri Roi de par De 4 Paris Clairal PhUofophe ou la Force des i Trsiti de U Format on des Lan Paris 1765 des Diplomes des aces rHiibiredc par LAbbe N my laft I promiied to give you obfeivations on the adminiftrstioa tnffiugnt proper te make narae 5 I now ut down to fulfil my Thofe gentlemen had been con fcious from the that they could ufe no better than to keep their own names as much as pofiible out of the prefent Wife in their they were fenfible that their fafery lay in their obfcurity and as they were at firft ren dered politically purely on account of tbeir natuwii they repole at this time alfo in the aJluwd that die very fame prin which produced ftrength out of and honour out ef may be again tbe means of their relurrection to place and They trull they ftjay crowd in with the and page the heels of fbjae real They that as they gave the fulKft pioof their docility in aSing Lord the fame difpsr fitron may recommend them to the fame ihare of power under Pitt 5 and that in by be traying their fecond ars they did their they may upon tbsir own bottom play again the minifterial to own greatTniolument and to the utter ruin of their On tliele principles their advocates have been or dered very early to filltheir papers with the names of Pitt and Lord as the grand their daubing and their Billingfgate in ge to keep the of their directors quiet aad in the hade j taking howevefj now but with modefty and to how glad they fhouid he to fhiw themfelves the veiy humble fervaats of Pitt how willing to aid him vrirh tbtif and to acl their dd pttrt under the fliield of his If this game fhould fail ftill their procedure they flattered be productive of eftie5ts if it fhould not fucceed inbjing ing them into it might help to make them a little lefs despicable in Knowing into what an abyfs of contempt and odium flieyhad they never dare in their own charaSers to oppofe the Kings but appear in the field agamft them with borrowed arms 5 with the arms of thofe to whom they hawe hitkerto ftood in the moft marked and who on their part have always cx prefled the ftrongeft contempt of their and the greatett of their That tkis prctffeding is not altogether irrational in I muft readily adtoitj for I cannot deny to be as expert in all the trick of as dull and uninforifted in eveiy point of real na tional The name of Pitt is juftly venerable to every Ehg it is a which muft give credit and Ifcrength to any new with which he may be fuppofed tci cooperate and it is nawdnder at that the old adminiftration fhould now dili gtotly aim at what it would be the greateft of if by any d ligence they Jhtreld I But finely and clofely as thdy fuppofed this web of j their policy there were fome very material flaws in which wculd never fufFer it to wear well j after if they Ihould fucceed in perfuading the that it was pcflible Pitt could take a part with them in their they would certainly not be a whit the better for it what would it but deftroy the credit of that upon which tkf y affeiSt to derive fome popularity upon their own Their worft matured by three years practice of vilifying that refpeftable could never fix fo foul a ftain upon him as tlieir pretended Let the reader furvey the thefe great maf ters draw of a which all of us at present look up to with reverence and let us fee what man ner of man the great Commoner muft if he is become one To qualify a perfon to any fet of there touft be fome aflimulation of fome agreement in opinion and fome habits of fbme degree atleaftof mutual refpefl and On the fuppofftipn of this aftonifliing coalition for the late Minifters have given no fort of proof of their having at all changed their minds Pitt mult make a total change in every part of his political ands in my no fmall ne in his In order to qualify him for this it in the firft be abfolutely requifite that he the habit arid language of a complent peni tent and that he caft far from him all the inifolent laurels and oftentatrous traphies of the He muft abafe himfelf in proportion to his former He muft put oil fackcloth and with the Duke of weep over the fuceefies of our He muft learn to lower his mafliy and chime in wuh George in his ftile of tbe Unfortunate War and like gentle return to the Gentle groan for He muft then concur with both thefe gentle arid with the two fyiritcd in their that the peace was and He muft pnbiifli his abomination of that abandoned in which he and fpoke their great work of as no an armed r He muft affo totally renounce all his doctrines of the and much more of the of forming any alliance on the in order to balance the weight of the Family Compacl he muft defpife the Gennan affront the King of and abandon the external care of Great Britain tothe protection of Chance ariEthe Smuggling When he fhall have thas prepared himfelf by the adoption cf found anu1 truly Grenvillian in the great points of and and thrice purifed hiinfelf bybaptilm and foufing over head and ears in the lalices fontis Aveini he muft with a docile and tradtable begin to take his leflbn from the great the grand Financier in his interior doclrines of Tiie Great Commoner at firft be a little back I fear but he mult fwallow and learn ftoutly to term the opinion of his friend Pratt in fupport of and the rajb and He muft ibften the rigour of his former fentiments about General and them not as 2 violation of invv but as a fort of re finement ou the He mult think pri vilege of parliament a deteftable and to the laft degree oppreffive when applied to libels but ex tremely jufty and when ufed to prevent a determination on acltons brcugbt in favour if tbe liberty of tbe As to the public he is to commit its difcharge tothe fole care and direction of Oeconomy he muft and ii careft who Jus of Philip bi G So far as to 44 to and praife thefe heroes we IAW jaft lave ever fet their agahtffcW vilified his and ftood in the moft marked ance to his meafures 5 and he muft and diftrefs the who never lave depjuced from the generous and manly opi lions held in commim with him who always oved his perloBj adored liis purfued his lamented his abfence from the fcene of bufi and now wifh nothing more than that he would with his thofe plans they aim at forming in Uriel conformity to his fenti I never went over any thing with more than the detail and finishing of the aboVe monltrous which is Jaowever no more than drawing out at that picture winch the late adminiftration had given laminiature of the great when they laid he Was their But it is not of it never can bepoffible for the credit of integrity and for the fake of which is connected with the na tional I never can believe It becomes them indeed to lower al cha are al ways levellers for nil who have the fmaileft ftake in public it behoves them to ftand and not to fufter the firft of his age to be thus bafely traducedaml Indeed their talk will not be Already the enemy defpairs of the fuccefs of his and has ordered his myrmidons indeed to do this coits them nothing to unfay all that they have faid j and after their vio lent and affected outcry for to affure the that Pitt has his and is pafled away that he is no Minilter for this time and that it is not a man of talents and but an or derly and diligent who is fit to under take our affairs in this their mcft critical As they have at length dune their own buiinefs on this I have done with The friends of now the friends of their ex peft nothing mere from Pitt than what they are very fure they fliall find his old principles and and his old To cooperate with they define no faerifice from him To be ftill that Pittj whom Britain Europe and our enemies tremble is all that they have to tvifli of Their and his are on the fame An OCCASIONAL I really forgot to fay any thing of the con neclion which the defeated adminiftration claim with Lord As it rmy be very fo it is of erjr iittte It is not to fay any thing on does notaffecVany weighty pj ivate or any valuable Huma Letter to the think of nothing day or night but and lay it down as a fundamental that trade flouiidies like fruitwees on a by and drawing down its He above all adore and look up to the Stampduty as a mailerpiece of colony government and if this lenient and moft feaibnable aft fhould happen to enftame our provinces and rum our he muft fet all perfectly to rights by the plain and cafy expedient of a few long interlarded with not a few falfhoods and by crying loud as he can The imputation of be muft fwear will hope to a diftreffed that their griev be He muft believe that per fuadiag the that your colonies are in Re belliont will be the fureft means of perfuading your neighbowrs ton fpeedy pe formance of the few obli gations which the peace had bound them and which the confidence cur good neighbours enter tained in the Miniftry made them hope never to be obliged to fulfil and he muft learn to think it and to prefs our good neighbours to any aft which they do not and to payments which they cannot afford to When he has Jone all he will and he until be fit to cooperate in thefyftem of the old adminiftration to in with thofe who have for this half year part been claim and thefe five years pait abufmg To with Sir Fktcher the of Lttrs are Leonora s A I Have cbferved the following Queftions propofed to me in your ufeful paper T If Writs of Error which in civil cafes are delivered of notwithltanciirg they are generally ccrifidered as Writs of Delay though Writs of ex diliio fhould in be iffued without a fiat from the Attorney whether it vycuid not be tle conitant practice of every petty criminal who could afford it to apply for them merely for de to the great fcandai of law and juftice If whether the Attorney Generals in by wny of is not a reafonable ba to prevent luch delays of on the due exccu tien of which depends as well the iraintenance of ordfr as tlie prefervatioa ef the liberty of individuals No fuppofeiJ uiilky taj nt any time juftify a deviation from the eommo i till the regulation of that particular matter is legif latively provided for j and it is extremely cafy to prevent tlje iniichief here dreaded by conititutional different from that of putting it in the power of any officer ef the Crown at his pleafure to grant or refufe Writs of Error in ex g An encreafe of the puuifliment might be appointed by in cafeany perfon fued out a Writ of where there Error in truth to be found in the Record and it might further be put in the power of the before whom the Writ was re to impofean additional fuf ficientto deter criminals from iuing out luchWrits merely for the lake of But the affiinyption ot powers over legal not given by the common or by is in all cafes The Attorney General by no better right to interpole in this cafe than be his condi tion in life never fo And if it is fit to put it in the power of any perfon to grant or re fufe a licence to Hie out Writs cf Errdr in mi irut perfon ought not to be the Attorney becaufe he is i party in the which is tenacious adherence to the laws ot oar forbids us to compliment even thebeft ct men with an authorJCj ncf given to them byixfir Let us that at fome future period of there fhould ariie in Court of Kings a fet of errtirely unlike the would judirnent upon erroneous after the Was dif covered to die is marly error the fame refue to vary the judgment upon an erro neous Che fentence was in tusir own power even though the defendant was before judg ment precluded from ftating the objection by the de fault of an Officer of the Crown wlio ferved him with an untrue copy of his In fuch a cala mitous what muft be the fate of this if then Attorney General mould bind this bur then upon him by a refufnl of a Writ of Error llsg the law afforded him no remedy Or is it juft that ftiouUl be even though his failure in ftating his objection before fentence was owing to tbe negligence er crime of the Officer of the Crown Th you that by putting it in any mans gower torcfule a Writ ef junoeent de ;