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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 14, 1766, London, Middlesex IfU E S D A J A N CfA R T of LA CLBMEM2A DI mHbke infenid in yft Adtertifer to have been performed iuc the Kings Theatre in performed till Saturday y 0 K V t A N A Royal ia D R u R Y L A N A THIS SlAY wittheprefcnted L I T H B W K 0 N Bir Joto Yates Sir William Braafby 5 Backer Parions j Palmer ClwjnV Hippifley With the HER M I O E G A H D E Ttbe Thttrtre Royalin THIS DAYwill The DO U B 1 E M IS T A K The principal by WatieftS and to be fboken by Smith The Wilford is In ten in elofely and illut trated with a WHOLE MAP of NORTH price ONLY THE fbttSiyUig CHARTERS at VIRGINIA granted by Ring JAMES T in the CHARLES i4th CHATUES CHARLES CHARLES 3d WILLIAM and To winch A of the PROCEEDINGS of the in confequence of the STAMP Continued to theprefent Printed for at Templebar Piccadilly at vv Honourable ibe Wt fTor and ef Moftbttttbly prefume t6 of vour votet and to fiicceed to the United Rectories of Margaret Pattens and Gabriel now vacant by the death of the I have neither Curacy but almall eonntrr wkofe clear annual income is un der twenty and if I merit your m Wai be oeceflariiy I happily obtain you nay refi deace in town will and my iadinations al lead confcientionflyto diieharge in perfon tike respective duties of my With the greateft and waft obedient and Matter of Cbrifts HofpitaL tinmiraSte ibe Wor COMMONCOUNCIL tf iff Gentlemen I to requeft the favour of you vote and iatereft to fucceed the late JO tti united Rectories Margaret Pat My thankful ac knowledgement of which fliall be cVer exprefled by the nurit faithful ditcharge of the daties ef my func I with the higheft My Lord and Your mofl Pauls and humble January UN DEERE BY permiflion of the C mmittee of Common JOHN engraver in propofes to publifh by twxi engraved printsi from a laudrible fpirit cf by meffieurs Raveriet and from a whole length picture of the right honourable lord of his majeftys court ofcommon Painted by Reynolds for the corporation of and placed in As an excitement to the artifts to ex the utmoft of their the meritsof the ptints hall be left to the ftibfcribers who ihall have their choice of the two That which fliall be deem ed the fhall be feven hillings and foe pence to fttbfcribers five hillings to be paid at the time of and the remainder when the print is eredi which will be foon after Ladyday faeof each plate is 15 inches by i half in n will be clofed on Ladyday the price hall be raifed to ten fhillifigs The fubfcribers Khali have firft im which fliall be delivered in the order fub r j thwefbre the curious are defired to be QnTburfAey next be In two volumes price in or STATTE WORTHIES Or the Statefmen and FatoWites pf from the Reformation ta the their prwdeqie and fiicccft and advancemait and By D A V I D L L O Y 3V eaitiow is added a new containing the life of tW author afib the characters the and Qjieens of England daring the above pe tranflation of the Latin and By Charles ffM Jf bpokfdler to his Royal the Princefs of in New htMvertA to the on tbjs moft ufeful and important adapted to the family and SAMUEL of the College at in New Jer in three To jrhich are A Sermon on tnefieiitli df by Samuel Arid Acr Difcourftf oo the GuBt occarion j together with Elegiac Pon to thft Memory iJiomas Gibbons The Subfcnbers books will then be delivered Jolui at tke Featheri inPaternofter A To the G EN TtfcMBN of the A General Meeting of tfad Members of this Pro fcffion will be held THIS the of at five of the clock in the atthe Crown And Rolk tavern in in order to confider and carry into execution a plan for of when the company every gentleman inclinable to promote a defign of this nature will be efteemed a favour Any gendeman fflay in the mean time have a copy of the by applying to and leaving his name with Jofiah at his houfe facing the Six Clerks Office in Chancery To be SOLD by AtTGTION At the large late Holdens TobaccoMafta near to which Good h the isth and the following Large quantity of linendrapery in tended for exportation to confiding of variety of Irifh facet table furniture Scotch printed fi gured and cprded diviped into propef for retale fhpp To be viewed to the time of which will be gin each day at half an hour paft Catalogues to be had at George upholder and at his houfe in the Old Bailey 5 and at the place of This Day is price fTUHE late OCCURRENCES in NORTH I and the POLICY of GREAT con fider Printed for oppofite BurlingtonhouTe in I bit day is AN Examination of the Rights of the Colonies upon Principles of By a Gentleman at the Errores ad fua principia refer re eft jd Printed for te Houfe in the Strand oppofite Burlingtonhoule in Piccadilly and in Paternofter Row j and fold Bookfellers in Weftminfter day tt price on the Propriety of im ia the for the purpofe ofraifing a by North Amerjca printed and reprintedfor oppofite in Piccadilly and fold like wife in Fleetftreet in Paternollerrow5 and atthe Royal This day price THE DOUBLE A New As it is now perfonning at the Theatre Royal in Printed for oppofite Burlingtonhpufe inPiccadifry Lowndesm Bladon inFaternofterrow Williams next the Mitre in Coventgarden and De Hondt in the Strand v Pauls Churchyard aaid cbafdfan and at the Royal IT Adventurers in the Laft STATE LOT T IrtlAeAPPENDlX to the LONDON Forthe Year to Be publiihed Monday Will be given on a royal fheet of AN Exaft Numerical Lift pf all the TWENTY POUND PRIZES drawn in the State Lottery at one Correfted and compared with the Lifts publifhed by which any ad venturer may examine his to an not only dif but inconvenient to This Table pf which is printed at a very is fiich one as never was feen A correft Numerical Lift of all the other in the laft from Ten Thoufaud to Fifty Pound Prizes may be feen in the London Magazine for December Printed for in Paternofter Row and fold fry all other Jj price A New JEdirion of Trial of tfee Witneffrsof the Refurrec f ipji of Jefus In wlikh not only Wool floivs but thofe of otuers are Several Difcduifes preadied at the Temple 4 voL price By THOMAS late Lord Bifhop of Difcourfes on the Ufe aad Intent ef Pro phecy with feveral By the lace Bifhop The Fifth price Printed for John at Boyles in I beg leave to requeft the favour of my former cuftomers continuance to my and hope my long and fevere malady will rather excite their com pamonate than be the caufe of my lofmg their as I am difibled at yrefent from ex erting myfelf as the prefent critical time ruy illnef s hindering me from preventing too many difadvantages which I have forced tofubmit I beg my grateful thanks for puft favours from all my cuftomers and their commiffions willbe punc tually executed by myfelf and my nephew LANG my I am their And obedient January JOHN NEW BOOKS imported by oppofite in the Bookfeller to his rSlCTIONNAIRE du vieux Langage Fran par Paris Ienfees de z Paris Erreurs Inftruftives pu Comte de 3 Paris Eftrennes curieufes utiles paur Paris Art du par De la Par s Oeuvres de Theatre de 3 Paris Hiftoije des infortunes du Che valier de a Paris Hefychii torn Sceltadi Profe e Poefie in Parigi Abrege chronologique de THiftpire dEfpagne de Portugal a Paris Synopfis Univerias Praxi Medicae a Carte des Variations ds la par Le Defenfe du Paganifine par 1Erapereur Julien en Grec en Francois avec des notes par le Mar quis Difertation fur les Maladies Pro duites pir la par Diverfites Traduites du Grec dElien par Science du par LAbbe de tomes 7 Defcription Critique de par LAbbe 6 Diftionnaire Romaines z ou Diftionnaire Raifonone des Arts Sciencefr misen ordre par Diderot tomes lo Recueil des Planches de tome Ibis day is Price A DEFENCE of KENRICKS Review of Johnfsns particularly with regard to the feyefity of his ftriftures on that Edi tots performance and Interfperfed with fevftral curious anecdotes of Literary relative to the and as alfo lome gejltle remarks on the gratitude and urbanity of the uiefent Ui Together with fome Hjigular inftatices of the judment and confiftency of Critical the various wri tings of by way of a few chokepears for Chronicles and volunteer Cri with S fweet pickling for the prefervation of the Candid By a F R I E N Printed for in Paternofter OH itillbe THE ANATOMY of the including a particular description of the and Represented in eighteen all done from By GEORGE S T U B B The tables engraved on plates 19 inches by The explanation of the tables will be printed on a royal paper anfwerable to the plates each of which will be printed upon an half meet of double The price of book to fuch who pleafe to fub fcribe before the firft of will be one half to bepaid at the time of the other half whjn the book is deli which will be on the firft of The price to nonfubfcribers will be Subfcriptions will be taken in by in in the Strand Templebar in Pauls churchyard Me Ryland and oppofite RoyatExchange oppofite Bur Piccadilly and by all other boakfel lers in GreatBritain and Subfcriptions are likewifi received by at his houfe in oppofite to Ox This work being ths refult of many years actual in which the utmoft accuracy bicii the author that the more expert wfjl it vry ufefsl in comparative aaatoiny gentlemen who keep it be enabled not onlyto judse of the ftrudture ofthe horfe more fcientincal alfo to point out the feat of or ble in that nwble fo as frequently to facilitate their by giving proper inftruc tionsto the more illiterate practitioners of the Vete rinarian Art into hands theymay accidentally fall jfjI tetters T and To the P R I N T E January wrote letter was fo kind as to publilh in your paper of the 4th 1 was not fo vain as to expecl it would pafs unanswered I well knew that I had the the prejudices and the interefts of many men to oppofe I was feufibie that hcweverunjuttly hard to eradicate but till I hoped that calm reafon and truth would convince the unpreju diced that had been hardly was aman of great and might be now of fignal feryiceto his Maay impartial per I am well have been convinced thofe whofe interefts it was to land ftill oppofite to the remain doubtlefs as they were and however inwardly convinced of the injuftice that Gentleman hath yst they affect to believe the contrary left the pensofJuch inte reftsd perfons fhould mifguide the I fliall here attempt to give a decent anfwer to the two let ters of in your papersof Friday and Sa turday In my firft letter Ifplemnly declared that I had had no knowledge cf his and that my fele motive for writing it was an unprejudiced love for juitice what has Philanglia to aflert that his Lordfhip is my to call me raft and ill my and and that I am an injudicious If I am in my why does not Philanglia fet me righ in a calm and genteel and not fhow in himfelf a full proof of his own that there is nothing more blind and undtftinguifling than the fpirit of party and if I am that and injudicious he has certainly proftituted his pen to a mean in writing two long letters to what from my extreme weaknefs muft have fallen to the ground of Philanglia that the enterprize I fet out on demands the ftrength and prowefs of an Hercules tor it was as eafy a matter to cleanfe the Augean fta ble as to clear the character of his thank Philanglia for the juft The ftable of Angeas was rendered and contaminated with the filth and ordure of a number of beafts that had long bedaubed My Lords character has been and contaminated by the filth and ordure caft atit by partial and mterefted So far the comparifon But pray that the fable ivas though no thing lefe than an Hercules could do So will the character pf htl Ltrdfliip be cleaned from the fpots that have fouled by a greater than by TRUTH which is fo prevalent that I doubt not but it will have its force in the hands of even fo feeble an advocate i Philanglia is highly effended that I aonkl lay HIT rd was predefined to This Jhe caifs aa infatndus anddiabslicai as it reflects Royal and unhltnrijlefl re utatien as a man tf honourt condufl and But whrre basPhilan lived never to have or that Royal of real good conduct and military have had hav2 had ar favours and have had national partialities for their ovn countries and lave thought allies wee to bear the chief expences of both men and money Such things have been The intreagues of to rAifc one mans ho nours or interefts upon theiuins ef thofe of are fo wellknown that they arebecome and it has been feen that camps have been Sometimes infefted with the vices of Alexander fa crificed Parmenio to his jeabuliesof and Clitus to his drunkennefs David expofed Uriah the troops under his command to icreen his Princes have abandoned warriors and through partial or How far then a truly noble mind may be led by the infinua tions of fycophnnts to forget itfelffor a moment and injure a mans I leave any judge of human nature to Philanglia certainly deceives or i wilfully ignorant when he fuppofes that the mark ing the General of the Cavalry for deilraSJon was doing the fame to perhaps all the forces who were fighting more in another caufe than in their Can Philungliaforget that the orders for the Cavalry to advance were not given till the enemy was put to the rout and had they come up it would have been 50 minutertoolate to have done any feryice the whatever it might have done in the purfuit at the artillery which Lord had or dered when they were in fuch want of orders that one of the Officers was obliged to ride about to get them muft have been filericed to the horfe to oafs fays were tbeorJers rathr con fufed and through the beat and hurry of atiienZTtevn of true fpirit would haye avoided inter preting them in iuch a manner as might have fub jecled Jiim to the imputation of fear and towardtce does Philanglia for a moment fuppofe that the orders were rather confufed Does he allow fuch confuhon to be poflible through the heat of ac tion in a man of good canduft Surely he jokes Can he make fuch aconcdlioh Itis little to my purpofe from what caufe the orders became fb whe ther through heat of a3ion orbeat thino elfe confufed they And I glias maa of true Jpirit to have doneany othenviie than to tetlify his willingnefs to obey lie orders when the meflengers would agree what vre and when he could find agreement to baflea to them But his galloping was perhaps more to bis cre dit than bis To what a moft pitiful fuijierfuge is Philanglia reduced in the name of muft Lord Sackvilie have gone Had he paced his he would have been condemned for flow and when he ivas to his at that very difingenu ou5 My Lords demanding a Court Martial was mflimfy Ara you iii You con demn him forwifhingto be tried what would you havefaid had he evaded a or had been to it reluctantly That would have been a fubject for triumph is quickly found to beat a Lord George triedataCourt tuns found was A very pretty He was it is butbehadbeendiihonoured and punifhed The very day he arrived in England he was deprived of all his military employ That in plain he was condemned and punifted even wiile was olliciting for a That orders were given was proved and it was alfo proved that he wuntei to them foconiequentlyhedid not implicitly obey what neither he nor any man elfe could have The ftrict letter of the was againft And you that not to have condemned him would have been an affront to THOSE who had condemned him un and would have been calling in the prejuding deprivation of his as iueft him without any left him naked to his But that point turned to his honour deititute of influence as he then ftill of what vrasfworn againft him was invali dated by fundry men of who bravely took the fide of oppreffed which had no re no promotions to biafs them Thus far has Philanglia proceeded firft let which he concludes in the true flile of the prize that he will meet me or any ither of his Lord fhips as often as to venture out in his defence and To which I mall only that any man of candour would rejoice more at the juitification than the condemnation of In Philanglias fecond he fays he will con fider with what propriety the Minifters have now advanced Here his Lord mips parliamentary talents and capacity in civil em ployments are acknowledged and he even thinks my Lord ought to ferve his country to make attoaement for his paft mifcondact j but the mis fortune that he has had a lucrative pr ft given him I fhall not pretend to applaud or con demn the Miniftry in that It will be fuffici ent for at leaft at to hnw that Lord George Sackvilie has great abilitiesto ferve his coun try that his pait ill uiage defervesfomerecompence and that the Miniftry do fervice to the ftate when they employ able The firft point will ad mit of no difpute but thinks every common failor or fojdier who bled for his country has a fuperior right to his LordfhSp to have public What do you by fought and bled Has not Lord George fought and bled for his Country Are you or do you wil fully lead the publictp that at the fatal day of when Britifh though unfortu flione forth as confpicuouiy as it ever did that HE and bled tor his Country If you are let me tell the that on tie eleventh of New at the battk of Fontenoy Lord GEORGE tbeii in Braggs BRAVELY and WAS If any one doubts of the truth of this if aay man has had covsard fo often lainoufly thruft into his that he almoft believes let him look intotte returns of the wouad and miffing on that fetal in the and he will fee that Lord George and ;