Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 4

About Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

  • Publication Name: Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser
  • Location: London, Middlesex
  • Pages Available: 6,217
  • Years Available: 1765 - 1770
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser, January 25, 1766

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 25, 1766, London, Middlesex S A T U R J A N U Y CpMMAND 6f their A T T H E INGS THEATRE in the will be pec ortned New Serious called S O F O N I S B The Mufic entirely compofed by Signior With hew new and deco Fit and boxes to be put and no fcerfons to be admitted without which will Ve delivered This Day at the laid aflwlf a L guinea each Gallery five ihUliiigfc By their MAJESTIES Ho perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at an fcour after fix Vivant Rex I U it A N Jthe Theatre Royal in A THIS O Po Packer Branfcy 5 the Love Parlons the Mifs Rogers Mifs Plym j Bennet j With the HER M I C 0 V E N T G R D E Theatre Royal jn THIS will be prelented The DOUBLE The principal characters by and Mils With the day ts price Dedicated to the Right Lord By M O Z E E Printed for in Paternofterrow next the Fleetftreet Charingcrofis 5 Martins lanej and the corner of This day at cliven oclock will Pi iceOne Shilling THE TRUE INTEREST of GREAT refpeft to her AMERICAN itated and impartially By a MERCHANT of fanafne prudenter AH Prinred for Kearflyin Ludgateftreet and Alinon in oppofite Ibli at nine iviti be Price THE LEGISLATIVE A VTHoitrr if of the BRITISH with refpjRfl to NORTH AME and the Privilegesof the Affemblies britfly By of the Inner Printed for JH Pauls Churchyard and fold at the at the Royal Ex chan e and To the and JlV of nataral curiofities In the Shell Mid Grotto ftayi may now with an opportunity of pw Shafmg an performance of tha above which would augment the beauty any grotto in a manner never The begs leave to acquaint the that this was never made nor aven now can be feeix by any except ths principal whoever tedeCrous of feeing the with other performances equally that would condefcend to write a directed to at Stationer in the will be wuted on by the With a compound OBJECT die principles of Chefter More whefe invention of the com pound Objeft nas fo much improved this Te as renders it of a it magnifies much and threugh it with that clearnefs arid it not only more ufcfull at by and alfov as all objefts appear through it in their attural and not blended with afautt not to be rerafdied in thofe made with a fingle Qbjeff Thefe islefcopes made and fold by JAMES facing Toms coffee eheaper than th 16 i being near so per A two foot A three foot Afeurfeot 3 jo o And all other lengths proportionably cheaper Good allowance to and others who buy to fell wilt be 7 bis day is pulAiJhed price The fecond edition iu oclavo of THE NEW or aa account of the iubltances in njedwaiie with tUe virtues aridule ot each fofor as they are warranted by experience and observation The preporatwftts and cpmpofitious of LONDON and EDINBURGH with fafh of the old ones as are kept in the fiiope 5 molb foreign fUe moft Utcfid of thofe in the fandty elegant iafack OHttthcd as fytkittofpbarma cyj with r raarits on their prejJraratioas arid nfes the means adulterations of per forming the more diftcult and dangerous proceiTes cafe and The whole interlperfed with practical cautions and Printed for oppofite in the bsokfeller to Tbit day at noon huiO be And given at in Covent to any gentleman who hall call or fend or A SUCCINCT w of the ORIGIN of our Co with their civil founded by cortOborattd by fucceecling confirmed by Afts of Parliamenc j whereby the nature Of the empire eftabUlhed in and the errors of various formed may be dearly with obfervations on the and perpetual union of the colonies with this kingdom Being an extract from att tSaiy latelv The Free dom of Speech and verl In tBe and toM bt fane tiOit next InOne VoMme TEMOIRSof his late Royal Highhefs WIL LIAMAUGUSTUS Duke of CUMBER From AUTHENTIC Ibis day is CEAIM of the COLONIES an Exemp tion dtlNTERNAt TAXES rity of In a Letter from a GehtlemaR in Londort to his Frieiul in Printed for in this day it The SECOND ED IT ION of REPORTS of CASES argued and adjudged in the Courts of Kings Bench and Cemmon in the reigns of the late King Queen King GEORGE the and King GEORGE the Taken and collected by the Right ROBERT Lord late Lord Chief Juftice of the Court of Kings In Three with many additional references to former and late To which is now firft One Vuliune of or in many Cf the Cafes in the fame Re and referring for the illuftration and better understanding Printed for in Thofe gentlemen that have been purchafers of the firft edition of Lord Raymonds tfcajfhave the third volume ct the Entries to com Bleat their of Where may be Peere Williamss three or the third volume to compleat As A new edition of the Modern feven with by Far the letters Jigned HKAR ME FOR MY AN ANTIENT RIGDUM FUNNIDOb TIMEWELL and for INTEL LIGENCE loft A new edifeionof the firft and fecond of THE D I V I N E L E G A T I O N of S E By the Right WILLIAM Bifliop of Printed for and and in the Strand and fold by in Paternofter Where may be had the fourth and fiffh This are KEY to the NEW Giving an Account of the feveral their their Authors and of the Places and Occafions on which they were refpec Extrafted chiefly from Michaelis Bilhop In whatever was thought moft exaellent in To many eminent Writers is brought to gether into one Pocket Neatly printed on Writing Price Reflexions en In which feaufr in his are occafionally examined and By Father Precep tor tothe Prince of Printed on Writing inra neat Pocket Haflelquifts Voyages and Travels in in Pub JiQieJ by Sir Charles Phyncian to the King of Price Printed for and in Now on S A L And will continue felling till January At theyear THE mod and valuable CATA LOGUE of in all languages and banks of and by the grcateft maflers containing above OKU HUNDRED in elegfwt being the li braries of the learned peifons undermentioned James eminent for his of B otamcal medals the Honourable Admiral Leuock Doftor of Walthamftow William Serjeant at Law j AUlerman Dickenfon Axiguftine Efq Editor of Plutarch Samuel Efqj one the Bencheisof the Society of GraysInn and the afternoon preacher to the As the CATALOGUE is very large and and but few topies the Pro prietor hopes the will not be offended at their not receiving it asuftul and to prevent its falling into the hands of fuch who never intend o be the price of it will be Jive Jhil for which a printed receipt will be given j wnich will beallowed in any crthe money returned on the delivery of the Receipt and A dlfcoiuit of fog ptr far five pounds a fcr en ten and fifteen per fy twenty foimdt end will fe en of ready The yanufcrift fermons of a learatd Dilrint are to be dilpofed faeiogr a sovttfc for the iarvtt in bit very ttis day is feiued THE FKKEDOM of SPEECH and WRITING upon PUBLIC With an historical view of the Roman imperial laws againft libels as violations of The nature and ufe of torture among the Romans aod Thebringing of the rack into where it for a beginning ef the civil laws in The different treatment of libels The legal and affumed ju fubfervience to arbitrary and abolition of the Court of and of trial by With obfervations on the proper of the liberty ami its abufes particularly of late with refpect to the colonies and a brief Itate of their origin and political collected frem various acts of Princes and Parlia Printed and fold by in Ttiis Day price ON A N I S M A Treatife upon the Difor ders produced by Mafturbation j the dan gerous Effects of fecret and exceflive By Fellow of the Royal Society of Member of the MedicoPhyfical Society of and of the Society of Tranilated from the lait Paris By HUM Printed for the Tranflitoj and fold Prid in j and by all the Boekfellers in Town BOOKS imported by in Covent TOSEPHUS z tJ Clericus inVetas 4 Lucianus 4 Annquite de 6vFables de awe tres Memoifesde rAcademic des 31 Oeuvres de 6 j Boccaccio con difegni di 5 de par 11 21 6 3 13 5 17 9 Contes de 3 pap 3 Some neat to be Erreurs 3 Penfees 10 Oeuvrss rfe la Poetique cle Qeuvres de Billionaire 4 i de 2 de j 3 de 18 Memoires de i Deicription ditalie par 6 Vie dHcnri par de 4 the NG lately obferved in feveral of your papars a great many un generous and tions thrown upon the conduct of an and hoping that the points of his jul tification would more advantage oully occur to fome abler pen than I therefore waited tor that event find ing no material attempt hitherto permit though the channel of your to orler a few obiervations ef my being actuated to ftand up in his not from any favotir or kindnefs I ever received from but merely from t principle of and to undeceive who feem prejudiced fo much againft him and in order to I hall That where there is a a motive 11 muft be afiijjned for its perpetration it muft be conttnzed an act of idiotifm or and therefore amenable to no the charge exhibited againft his was fouoded upon an impu tation of difafftfiion If he was how came it that he gave orders for the artillery and ftiewed ib much real for the fervice it be of Wiiaa a fafouzajfie oji portunity theii preknttd itfelf to tell the artillery it is iinpoflible for PF to overlook 16 effential a fervke as that of the artillery and therefore he mult have his reafons for your remaining where yeu till he hall feivtyou fanhcr But inftead of his avail ing himfeif ofan fo common where a mul tiplicity of important affairs prefent themfelves to the fame he gave the ardirs let ms infill upon that to them orders alaffe were owing the fuccels of the day for it can never be that if the French batteries upon our flank were not filenced by thofe which L S had it would have been in the power of thokjtx glorious to whom the conqueft of the day was af to have gained fuch immortal fame to them let me is this conduit in S Jo much as a iymptom of difafecJion Or could hij Loilhip be punifhtd if he had nut inter fered on the application of the Artillery Officer I think not upon the above circum it appears that difaffeclian could be no part of kis With regard to there appears ftill a larger held for his exculpation and in order to made that let it be that he was Commander in Chief of tbt right iving cf cavalry if he had difcovered any timid feelings in he had tken nothing more to in order to conceal but to have ordered to lead on and that he would in the mean make his and accordingly direct and iiiccour his Lordfhip from time to as he mould fee But all this he though it have been juftifiable and incumbent upon him to hare done is this afign of cewar dice It appears alfo upon thatthfcdifpofition which his LordVhip made for the advance of the ca not according to his own fingular apprebenfwn of pF s but to that of many ether refyeftable vJitneJJes alfo was tbejhortejl endntoft effeclual way to iuftam our and to cone into immediate And that his apprehenJkm of the orders was founded in appears evident from this All Europe is acquainted with the ability and coinprclrenfion of but more efpecially thofe Officers who have had the gejd tortune advantage of being near his perlbn or concemxt in his councils L that by forming the cavalry ino one though inttrfected by aimallftrip of a it would be attended with this effential fer that while the left wing of the line on one fide of the wood fuftained our the right on the other would not only have prevented the enemy from approaching that way to attack our rear or but would be m a as well to flunk that part of the which fliould attack our as to render more brilliant and complete the tjtal conqueft of fugitive were our cavalry to be formed into one line at the of the wood with our that difpofttion could in no wife anftver any of the either in fecuring our flank or or in attacking or purfuing the enemy that body of cavalry would be hemed not only by the wooden our but by cur infantry in ef pecially the which were very I hould be glad to which of the above two difpofitioxs is moil worthy of Prince or which the likely to be the fenfe of Us Pray does Lord SS conduft in favour ot cowftrtfice or difaffeaion And if Ijftzy add to the ardence of his zeal to fatisly himlSf what he was to having but after hfl had made his received ccntradiftory or which led for the Ikkc of to crofs federal lines the French as ftands now recorded by the very evidence xf iis is this alfo like nwardittor dif affeSion 1 But though I thus far fhip ofthe imputation1 of cowardice w tiUftRito yet it will bs how I fhall account wKch his Lordfhip had neverthelels made Iaa that he maie no other than what was neceffary ta execute his orders j and to Tupport I fhall that he had no iboner re ceived PFS orders by W than he injlontly of his own Aid de Camps j one to remove regiment of infantry in his which would otherwiie have obftructedhia march and the other to inform him where our in fantry were drawn that he might the better nidVe how to fuftain His Aid de Camps had na fooner returned and made their refpeftive than tliere arrived the Colonels and F two of Fs Aid de wit na tradietorj orders one for rhe ubse cavalry to ad and the other for a fart j each that ind each ignorant at the fame who had left the the and to advance a different way from that which was apvs hended by the orders of Now it will be neceflary to that if LG s ad obeyed nny one of them and that not to fxove the right the confequcnce be fatal or irreparable for fhould he advance with the time would of courfe have been and by that means an opportunity irretrievably kilt or mould he have advanced the the conleqwence might be as might net be fufficient for they vvtre lent Thefe refleJljons extremely diihefled him to ex tricate hilnfflf and that time might be he enquired where the Pwas and being jufl the other fide of rhe faid as the diltance is I will go to him itraak ing no material difference whether he went himftlf or had lent one of his Aid de as he at all be obliged to wait for his And now having accounted for the delay here all the above circumriances being taken intoconfi williervero that it cannot in juftice be attributed to or the want of attention in but to the very mature ef the orders he had There are many oilier points whith I could urge in his but as thofe which I have Itt are the moft I fell conclude my let ter with a few melancholy refteftratis on the preca rious reputation of Officers land and lea fer have feenoneOfficer igkanvinioufly lofe his j for an error in as if infallibility was peculiar to all though he was at the fame time imputation of cowardice and dif And I have feen another Itjgmatized in a manner that difgrace was worle by far than any could be infiifted becaufe k vvai without allowing that bt might haw becxmore expeditious in his operation or did not what he knew and had not been informed fV rtOjni putafion of djfaffection or cowardice could be made the bafis of his Thefi dreadful inftancfs make me lament the condition of every whole fervices may one time or other expcie him to the vi rulence of and to the itigma of thofe who have an interest in his C A T To the P R I N T E I Cannot hut efteem it a great happinefs tD this that its clergy fofeldorn find it con liient with their characters to treat of POLITICS from the I am afraid it is not always owing to the want of but to a certain in ode of that makes fuch incompatible with tlieir and confequently thit they would make them elves ridiculous and were they to be guilty of attempting When a divine is known to utter his rhapfbdies in the public papers every in alting the reputation of one and depreciating its one would expeft to hear lea It on the fame fubjeas from the thnt he labours to fupport in the papers but I had yei terday rhe pleafure of that however a man he h s the fagaciy and prudence not to give the leaft hint of his approbation of the or his difplerdure at the when he TheJe reflections occur from tha excellent fermon I heard yeiterday not a mile from the navy office and I think you will efteem them when I that the excellent preacher was no other than the AntiSejanus I His text And when he came to how many hired fer of my fathers bread and to and I periih with hunger lailead of reprefenting the deplorable condition cf the prefent in forfaking their fathers hpufe the wife and virtuous family under the late miniftry and being from under their Fathers fpending their fubltance in no tous livuiS Infttad of exprefTing his that the prefer afflictions of the nation might have brought to and put them upon returning to their Fathers houfe inftead of reprefenting tlsehappinefs that would be the con equence to them felves and the kingdom fuch a becoming fruit of their penitence I of ail this eh one would expecl from the tenure of his all the powers of oratory and elaquence of he painted in the moft lively the wretched nefs of the vicious in forfhking and rnfjj ing intoall the paths of iniquity The great goodnefs in bringing him to himfelf by Ibme fignsl and the DlefTednefs that muil follow to here and on his returning to his and a life of piety and his his energy opperfua g i ve the moft iti iking proof of the abilities gen us of an but the piety and good isnfe of his when compared to his would excite a whether it was fr the fame man to be fuch a and fuch a po litician but I as the he will be re garded wherever he preaches as the treated with the indifference due to abilities proitil tuted for purpofes to hjs however he may every eye fparkles with joy excepting thole of AntiSeanus and hk patrons at the opening of future fo areturnaf trade to s ;