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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 9, 1766, London, Middlesex Urc R S D A J AN U AK Y wtertfoewr to nor into the ffctl pit and will opened at To begin 3t an hour after fix N AT the iloyal in D R u Y L A N THIS witi of K ING H ft N Kf Y the F O 0 R T King Prince of JiollflBd i Prince Lee Plymj Matter Burton j Juilice Atttent King Sir John Mr With the fc M I 1 TG A R Hie D O 17 B L E MI The principal charaftersby Mattockv A r9togfiB to bespoken By Smith The f In tea and illut trated witti a MAP of NORTH RS at by iUnef Artits M AK w tbe 8th CHARLES C CHARLES R RODEI tiss ANI CHARLES M ASSACHUSET5B A sd WILLIAM To which is A faithful NARRATIVE of the PR the AMERICAN iaconletioenceoi the ST AMP fcoutinusd to the prefent tiine Printed for f inPicGadiltfi and Blytb at John Royal On Sefarfcy will be Jnce Oiw Shitting and Bejrtg a tie Second Part of tjie Flay of SRY the Written in ImiU at rtwr the Royal chWej and inFicet treeiu perfect aftd in theStrand ift at CrtnWerofli in op pofite F 6 W YO L U M E 0 C T A V y priritedi price bound of the PLAYS jof SHAKESPEARE Being whole number printed in bis before the To arc Sonnets from the original aad the tfue Chronicle Hiftoiy of Kjng printed in before latwlwiere there wrere different and pub lifeetifrom the By G 4B O E T E V N Efq quam rivu los Qua ayttrn nemo adbuc doaurat nee ut dfent nata Cicesoms f in Strand gatc 5 and W jBipertfdby BECKE r aacl DE Boakfellers inthe LBSERVATIOJrfS Oir les Peoples bprds du Post par De Paiifr Connoiflaace dec Mouvemeris pour J 4 5 jo I Hilloire par Velly Tans Tfaite dss Maladies des par voL LhidicaJteur Guids du Voyageur Pour les Routei de la par Paris Description de avec le Plan de cette par MeiU De LIfle Paris Elogie de far Paris Difference du Patriot fme Nationd chep ie s Francois chez les Palis iArt de Cultiver les Poiwmisrs les fif jJefaire des Paris Eflaicle Comes Moraux par Paris ou le Tableau de la par iAbbe Prweft Araan outeComttde Com par Tuteur Dupfj Paris La Phiiofophe par ou Lettres de deux Amans paffionnes Paris z Contes de Paris 5 ou Lettres de 1Abbe de de Paris Clairval ou la Force des i Xettyesde Sophie Chevalier De pom ferfir de Supplement aux Lettres dc MiVou Conte Mor Paris Conte par Madciiu Paris rr f i arid till fur ther ThVLEXJTURE oil HEADS will5e delivered by YtfUNG who never ie doors be opened at and to begin ex Gallery u fitted up in an elegant and couftajit fires are kept to make the houfe juxeegbly To the P U B L After feveral of our Lords and the hare various made wry faces for the amafement of the Woman at tempt the talk of laughing the Men out of their that while fhe at tempts the ridieuie of vices pectifiar to the otber flit wiU by nomeans fpare the Aighteft foible of her Raft India January BOULTON a letter by the Penny dated the iji faned Pro hi defires tbeperjoti fent tie fridfetterta caliatbisboufein any morning brfore ten toexplsiatbt contents thereof and tie name ef t IxJoid Proprietor jbMrimain To the PUB L From the Secretarys Office of the French THIS ii to acquaint thofe whom it may for the his Excellency the French Ambalfador will not put his hand to authenticate any or writings but liich as are before Benjamin and Abraham public whofs hand writings are well known to his Excefltncy therefore thofe who want any writings to be m order to fend mufi apply to the laid between JOHN WHISTON and in being they beg leave to return their fincercfithanks to their and for die they have and to ac quaint that the bafinefs is nqw carried OR tljeir by JOHN at his own and B E N j N at Horaces oo door nearer They refpeftively that all peifons who have any detnands on the late and ail thofe areindebted to the will fettle their ac counts either of tlie above ENJAMIN removed to one door Temple Bar t fincereft thanks to all tliofs Gtn tleinen to Tyhomhe is obliged for their vours ditting hii years partnerfliip that the hurry ocgaHoned by tbe fitting up and removal of his will atfplogy for his having omitted a iepaflte application by letter and begs permimon to affure that hefliail ufe his bcft endeavours to give tbe fatisfaclioft in the execution of every braach of his POCKET BOOK T and oppofne Mar tmVchurdi in where the gate for meriy begs leave to inform the gn and tbe public that be MAIE a large alFortment of MOROCCO and Sr A tAsH LEATHER POCKET and oi4H fizes and with and without or STEEL alfo GER MAN or ENGLISH PATENT Ass SKIS for memoran in fmgle leaves of all or in neat ROCCO CASES elegantly gilt 5 they are much li hter than and luperior to it in every as ink may Scrubbed off with as much facility as TRAVELLING PORTFOLIOS and large Cafes for BANKERS or MERCHANTS trived tG hold and DRAFTS at full As he has thefe articles made up in his own either wholesale or purchafers may rely upon the loweft terms and thebeft His and other InftrumentSj are executed by the beft workmen in eg WritSiig Mer chants and all forts of This Jay is In price bound HISibRY and ANTIQUITIES of the CI TYbf from theearlieft Accounts Cokipiled from authejiitic offices of manufcript and other unexceptionable By the late WALTER Efq5 containing an Hitlory of the Cathedrals of ChriftChurch and the other public buildings alfo two one of the City as it was in the year being theearlicft extant the other as it is from the accurate furvey of the late Racine j feycraiotlier Prihtefifor near Southamptonrftreetin the iuas friee plate threjc fhefcto ef the price containing North plate and fix The THIRD With Variety of interelling Additions aad Improvements the ailapfiog to the prefent itate of Britifli affeirs in the late Treaty of Peace made in the year t POSTLETHWAYTs UNIVERSAL OF TRADE ANO COM Ift Two VOLUMES In Illuftrated with Twentyfour large fuited to the intereft as they contain on the face of a ftate of its Trade and Terri tories ift all Parts of the Calcalated for the Ufe of the Britifh Senator and as well as that of the the the and Artificer of every Ciafy Printed for and Hawesand Clarke and and Nicpll and fold by all tbe Bookfetters of GreatBritain and Alfo by in proposals may j alfo nuttke ANATOMY of the including a defcription of the aad Repreientedia eighteen GEORGE STUB CON D I T 10 N The tables engraved on plates 19 inches by The explanation of the tables willTjgprinted oh a royal paper answerable to rhe plates each of which will priated upon an half Iheet of double The prica of the book to fuch who pleafe to fub cribe before the firft of will be 4 one lalf to be paid afthe time of the other the book is which will be on the irft oi The fUfice to nonfubforibers will be Subferiptions will be taken in by in Pallmalii in the Strand j near Templebar j in Pauls chutcHyard j Rylarid and oppofite he RoyalExchange oppofite Bur Pkcadiily and by all other bpokfel er in GreatBiiUin and Subscriptions ire fflcewife received by at his houfe in oppofite to Ox This work being the refult of many years aclual which the utraoft accuiacy has been the author that tbe more expert anatjoniills will fiftd it a very ufefcl book as a guide in comparative anatomy and all gentlemen who keep it be enabled not only to of the ftruchire of the horfe more fcientihcal Lyt but alfo to the feat of or ble in that noble fo frequently to facilitate their hy giyingproper inftruc tions to the more illiterate practitioners of the Vete rinarian Art into whofe haadsthcymay accidentally FalU 1 iis day are The two following written by Madame le Prince de T ETTRES a 2 j t Memoires de Madame la Barronne deBat ou la veuve A truiijlaikn of the above works tvill foon be pub Where may be had the following written by the iame both in French and Le Magazin des 2 Le Mngaziii des La Suite des 3 Printed for oppofite Catheriaeftreet in fixe hookfeller to his ivillbe The Second price of A LETTER to the occa fioned by his Letter to the Right the Author of the Divine Legation of By the Author of Kfiaj s on the f who Jilches from me my good me of that which not enriches But makes me poor Primed for Davis and overagainft BOOKS and to be fold by the right hand cioor of the Italian warehoufe in MORGAGNI de Caufis Sedibus Muleum jo fine Montfaucon Antiqvutez avec le Supplement ao fine Mercurio Si Mcmorie Recondite del 29 Hiltoire de TAcademie des Infcriptions Belles jo The four lift mentioned articles are moft bouad in gilt on the Dei Dellini delle The Society ofBerne have allotted the annual premium of a golden medal to the anonymous writer of this who is thereby invited to naake Limfelf known to the Ix tbt and iuill be publijbed the beginning qf February Avnew and beautiful price of MOOREs for the Female Sex j with from the deligns of engraved Printed fur Da in Covent Where may be Bolingbrokes Differtations on on the of Le Blancs Lettars on the Englifli 2 Cicros Nature of the Phalaris traifkted by the a by the BOOKS in Rullel TOSEPHUS a Clericus in Vetus 4 Lucianus 4 Virgllius 4 Antiqaite dc 20 avec 4 Memoires de 1Academic des 31 v de 6 Boccaccio con difegni di 5 Ocuvres de par iz 6 Phiiofophe Contes de 3 3 Erreurs 3 Penfees de a de la Mothe Ie de 2 Oeuvres de 12 Diftionaire 4 ds 2 3 Sermons de 3 18 a age fortbeitMrsfigned A LOVER of INDUSTRY ILERICOS end ANTISEJAMUS litjl To the LTHOI look with no fmall de gree of indignation upon tbe regularities committed in Ame rica yet I cannot be of opinion with your correfpondent Anii Sejanus of the 6th thafe there is any neceffity at prefent ta have recourfe to violent Witli our malecontent fubjefts beyond the A fhort forbearance of vindictive mentvvill do the bufjnefsof Britain in America than it can be effectuated by and nore to the fatisfactton of the mercantile part of The ftamp act will foon execute n America without and the necefTarily arifing to our mifcken fubv by reafon of their refinance to theauthoriryof will bethe belt monitors to them with to In the mean tune it is that our iflands are prefented wkfa a very favourable opportunity of enriching themfelves now the dollar is re toredj and it is as that the Fioridans and Georgians will greedily lay hold of this in order to ftrengthen thefe infant while our twore northern colonifts will as indubitably fuffer daily encreafmg miftiries from their atrncij menttotbeir foplifli They ivili I dare to long allow to be the dupes of a reientincnt againft the Britifh legiflature la foon as they obferve moals Spaniih dollars circulating in the loyrl and confider that their own pee vim humours rob them of that filver it is more than probable that they will demand the itamped permits they now for the fake of lharing with their outhern brethren thofe whofe lofs they have fo bit terly Human cannot long ftand out in de fiance of fo ftrong a as now courts the acceptance of the maiecontent if they will be pleafed to return to their Why then fhould we precipitate our country into the but unnecefTary cf a navai expedition againft a deluded when we are by the that they cannot peffibly continue cheridi thefe fentiments Why fhould we aggravate a which humanity commands us tocondole We well know that AntiSejanus takes his opinion from that of his who ground theirs upon principle of or an inextinguishable dcfire to bury their native country under an immene load of perplexities nor are we now to hew eagerly the late minifters clcljre to nfh in troubed We great plea in re well tliat the prefent administration isattnated by fublimer which influence measures bstter fuited to our interefts and thofe of our The apprehenfion of approaching quiet to this diftracled from the vigilant care of our now terrifies the pations of whofe pleafure it in giving us pain they dread the fucceis of minifterial cal culatedfor the promotion of genenl and planned the reveife of that took place under the late whofe iupreme delight conjifted in plaguing our Biu as tbere is great rtalbn to that ths ardour ofthe Americans will fo foon as they knowthe fixed intentions cf the Parliament force the ftamped nothing could be more pru dent than to convey this intelligence to and fufpendall difagreenble till certainly known what effeft that may have on the of our deluded Till the contrary every reafonbie man mut that the inconfequence of this will take a compararive view ef the potency of the Parliament and of their and ceaie from rouiing the wrath of a whofe armed claws they can by Although we fhculd be disappointed in the fuccefs of this yet there is no reafon from thence to deipairof reducing America without blood fhed For my I wouidadviie crying them fur before we to Lee them and winch as much as they the noofe they are bound in is of this that the more they pull toget rid of the falter it will and pinch the harder Let do their beft let them try how they fubfilt without without without without and without our So foon the Indians obferve that they are left it is likely an Indian inroad will do our bafinefs for and oblige the unhappy colonifts to Cue for our afliftance and at if they continue to I am per that a few bcinbs thrown not info their principal vtJH engage them to think ie rioufly of the perilous fituation and growing cala AntiSejanus has indeed fully unveiled the blood thirfty temper of his patrons but happy it is for that no fuch principles now prevail at Our adminiftration knows enough of human to ha able todifcern by what means the Americans can be made their own chaftifers while we fhall only look and plant ourlelves at their not to but to releve fo foon as they call for our nurfing arm but not till fhall they drink the laft dregs of our at the happy whea we fhall kill the fatted to treat the returning and new cloath the tattared Tfais will be the and to fay the efFecl of our vengeance they will ever Shame and confufion at the recollection ef their own will be puniihmejt enough g enough I nay more than to derer them from the like irregularities In the mean time we ought to that when a Britiih American is the blow is reached at Eng land Britifh America cannot be without feeling the We muft therefore abhor all in flammatory like thofe and think only of expedients to fst all matters itraight between us and without debating the dignity of liibjeciing ourfelves to degrading our or facrificing our commerce to the giddy humours of our TO the PRINTER T HERE is a very violent attack upon the pie fent worthy and able in your paper of the by a writer who iigns himfelf He to prove the which Lord frill continues to byWestkti having drwnk his health at a ;