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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 30, 1766, London, Middlesex AiR AT T H B KINGS the on Saturday next will be performed a New called SO F O N 1 SB f he Mwfie compafed Signior new new and Pit and boxes to be put and no to be adniined without which will fee deVwted That Day tit the aid at half a each Gallery By their NJAJESTIES jfo perfon whatfoevfer to be admitted behind the nor into the The gaflerys pit arid will be opened at o begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex Front the P a TEEK AND DAILY ADVERTISER joinedto tbewaritty through ivlich lately bien the f ef detecting many R o z Hi R i E and prehending ft many that it may bt to gibe THIS TUBLIC That fir the of this fent to E o w s T R E E T 6e cenftantly inferted iriTHis andij SUCH properly attended to by BUYERS OF SECONDHAND few robberies bill efcdpe theeittty if ALL PERSONS make ufe of the M Bgper te advertife their IWfes F I E L D I N WARNINGS front fudevetything lojl or in or toy ftr Lemeduite dtfpatcb tt all fiver by the printer of tbii fa tie Right Honourable the LORDMAY the Wor jjpipfultbe of LONDON My WITH the cordial acknowledgments of I return you my very humble thanks for your appointment of me to the united Reftories of and Gabriel Fencmirch a kind of which lihall ever retain the moft deep and lafting Inthe discharge of my the dignity ef the the honour of fp refpeftable a with the credit of the minifteiial will be conftaririy confidered by me and under aiuftim preffiqn of thofe I fhall bed hope to prefervc that approbation with which you have fo highly MY LORB and Your much HoJJKtalt Moft and ian Devxited Jnittjble J PETER in the moft refpeftful to return hisifihctre thahkifo all his frientis and to thole who mtefeftec themfelves to ferve fO EM Sr confcrinjr of Original of aritiait TranflttWH ot by GEORGE the Middle Eft author of an Epiftie from William Lord Ruffelrto William Lord Ca Subfcriptions are and a Specimen of the with Proposals and conditions at by Dodleyin Almorija Piccadilly DaVies m Rnflell Coventgcrden Becketand De HbndtuilheSirand Wil liamsTitfxt to the Mitre tavern In Fleetftreet Flexney near Grays inn Holborn Kearfly on Ludgatehill Nicoll in Pauls Churchyard and Rkhardfon arid Urquhart under the Rfcyal Exchagfi of may be price one the fecoad edition of the abovementioned Epiftie as alfo by the who may to at the Grecian coffeehoufe ia or fpoken with at his chambers In the Middle On in price Five ANEW AND COMPLETE OfARTS and SCIENCES j comprehending all the branches of ufeful with accurate defcriptions as well of the various inftru and fchernes for il luftrafing as ol the prepara and ufes of natural whether ani or fluids toge ther with the and other remarkable places throughput the The whole extracted from the belt authors in all By a SOCIETY of The fecond with and This Moft ufeful and enter taining work is illuftrated with upwards of fand copperplate elegantly plaining the great variety of fubjecTrs Arithmetic and Algebra T t Aniitpliiy 40 Architecture 59 Aftronomy 78 Plants of different kinds Ihftruments and opera tions in furgery Dialling i85 Fortification Foffiifubltancts 55 Art of gauging Geometry 190 Heraldry 196 Hlllbandry asd Garden Tthe KINGS THEATRE in the on Wednefday the sth of Februarys will be An S S M B L Tickets will le delivered to the on Tuefday the 4th of at the Office of the faid Every Ticket will admit either one gentle man or two Vivant Hex This day is price N Impartial View of Englifh AGRICUL from permitting the Exportation of lorn m to the prefent Printed for oppofite Martins in in Picca dilly Charingcrofs and To in Weftminfter TkisDajis price A LETTER from a MERCHANT in to his NEPHEW in North relative to Ppfture of Affairs in the Colonies j in which the violation of and the feveral Grievftncescomplained are particularly and the confequences of an attempt towards Inde pendency let in a true Printed for Homers This day is price Dedicated to the Right Containing a large meet map of England a reprefentation of the noble behaviour of the Bri tifli King in before the Em peror at engraved by Grignion a head of the celebrated John by Rave net 5 and three flieets of to be conti nued weekly THE COMPLETE HISTORY of ENGLAND and from the defcent Julius Cafar down to the end of the year in cluding a complete Hiftory of the fate By S M O L L E T Embellimed wi h 117 copperplates of crowned by and If public encouragement is a proof of the complete Hiftory of may be juftly reckoned one of the moft celebrated productions of Since its firft appearance neirtwenty thouland copies have been fold 5 a curumftance un known in any age or This republication is in compliance with the earneft requeft of who defireto bepoflenedi cf fuch a valuableand en tertaining work in which the fuperfluities of the authors prffdeceffors are retrenched j and the public is prefenred with a and complete Hiftory of inore eafy in the more agrefelble in the and lefs burthenfome to the than any work of the fame nature pro duced in thefe Printed for in The above work may be be had complete in 16 vo price Anedition of Smbllets Continuation of his in two volumes with the au thors will be pubHihed next andfcontain a uil and accxirate Index to the whole work hi that for the letters Jlgned J S C AN TISRJANITS A CARD QUERIES INTELLIGENCE loft Fifties of different kinds 59 Mechanics 164 Navigation 33 Opucs 67 Birds of different kinds ires Copies 38 I ibjcxXs 45 J hjiies 46 ve figures Fop Phifiological Subjecli Pneumatic madijiies Different inftru me ntsand methods mfurveying Qiiadrnptds and other Animals 68 figures 141 lie figures 8j Total a variety of different views of many of the which render this beyond ciimpari the moft and beft of the kiftl that ever was offered to the for near Of Uttoniinay complete fetts in eight price in boards or neatly bound A work which the merit and defefts are before the pub can receive litfie advantage frflHn Elaborate com Thofe to whom this is hitherto un rriay learn its value from fuch as have al ready bought of whom there are few who will not allow ot equal to their On firil of ni be publiflied and to betontmw every month till the whale is To the Did be fimple virtue for the fhiag refpecl but for the King But abtve allJid his religion wait Upen GodV or on the chair of ftate HEN we take a view of the alliance between church and in all ages of the wecannot but fee how intimately and clofely the yfl fervantsof both were agreed in en deavouring to enftave their maf the people fo thar this re flection wilhtinavoidably occur to that meer priefts of all and meer courtiers in all have ever been deteftable or contemptible To confirm we need only review that of mentioned in my laft for when the piousand amiable Prince conjured him with tears in his not to prefs the execution of the hoirid and enforced his refufal with an ap peal to that he confented againit his own judg in compliance with the felici tation furely fuch an admonition and proteft muft have ftruck him like the lightening of if he had believed the exiftence of a and that he is an avenger of But it is too apparent to be that meer priefts have always formed ftme idolln their imagi nation 5force whim or fancy that fuited their mean felf interefts and depraved and have taught and influenced the as far as in them to xvorfliip the golden calf they have let up in the place of the true object of I am extremely grievedto that the clergy of our times are not wholly exempted from the weight of fuch a charge and that pofterity will with joft a right reverend order too care Jsft of their duty to their their r and anexcelient Prince j veering about but one and eagerly purfuing the hot favouryfcent of profit and prefer beyond in Another lefs is the conduftof thefenior part ofthe of one of the tbuntains for in abjeSfy preferring interert to at the election of orte of their principal With regard to the other eye of the it feenis to have been vi Tibledarknefs and palpable that induced it to chufe into a whole famBy and relations are chiefly papifts and as to their leaders deferve their part in this mere deeply than the becaufe they pretend to poflefs greater discernment than and coiifequently fliOuld be the firft to give wam i fay of danger becaufe to the care of no irremediable hai yet happened to either church or it cannot be that both are threatened with imminent danger j and it may be too late to give or take if deferred till the enemy be on the point of entering the I nave in my former letters taken notice of fome private in the paths of and hail flow to whether it not fulfy evi frorfl the conduct of all ranks anti degrees of this clafs of as well as from common that Providence has jtiitly and receilarily placed every an oracle and Inffrucipr that lliould render him wholly free on any Other principle in the regulation ef his actiansand manners j for it is that the ofteeof Minifters extends no further than to guide and but not to this is the prerogative of Yupreme power j it that an eminent perfqn the laft a Secretary of aflerted and maintained this inherent right j though far from being an enemy to the and thphe domeftic yet he was his own chaplain at his table at all And when feveral divines were if any one affumed the authority to fay grace for he immediately prevented I am and in my owa it is well that this was the peculiar character of the blefled founder of and is implied in the name ot Another in ftance was the dying teflimony of a late learned Judge I fays in his to dye a member of the true church of as vtaugfet in the though not of any vlfible cbmrch that I The inference to be drawn from thefe pre that it were that every man of whatever rank or would on every and relblutely exert and obey this principle which fhews him his and in that his with the lumber of other mens opinions agreeable to the noble de claration of Let others do what as for me and my we will ferve the Lord If individuals were thus we iliould not in religion and politics whirl us about their pleafure like childrens or other ma intended only for their ufe and emolument whereas the firft ought to that it is a part of their duty to wafh the feet of the very loweft dif ciple j and the other ought to treat with refpecT the pporeft becaule thefe are the implied con ditions on which they are admitted to their offices by which they acknowledge themfelves more or lefs fubfervient to all ranks of the We have feen the time when every man had the liberty to think for and Ipeak what he I thought was invited fo to as indeed it is i his iudijpenfible as much to contribute his judgment in the dire3ijn as his money in thefup port of and then all all do not mean literally for that is neither pofiible nor requifite but let it be remem to the confuSon of men in later that in thofe glorious the nvinifter was honeftly and gafteroufty fatisfied with being alkiued to GUIDE the interfering in every department of ftate feedid not feize firft one and then unable and unequal to the juft diicharge ofhny yet Itill pretend to retain friendship or jawurofthe King can any man allow fuch abfurd and think he discharges his duty without refitting them if this I am under a fa tal deiufion for it appears to me a crime to be fijent in fuch ciccumftances and what moft excites my anger and difdain to view Churdmm moft and to give a fanclion to the pro greft of fuch grofs Yyur Chiefs in fciences and arts contempt of Almas jrirts She doubts if two and two makes Though Hie has told them ten times Oh the noble uncertainty of the BRITISH conftitu whereby it is found fo difficult to which is the fitteft to be entrufted with the care of its con man that by making the honour of T RUT H andthe public the foli objefl of his under kis Majeftys raifed the reputation of his country tw a heiglrth beyond example or a perlbn by confining all his views to his fingle through a moft unhappy acquired liath blafted all thole blooming pramiies of future peace and and revived the ex piring hopes of the enemies of both in church and ftate Is this the friend of his King I afic thofe of all ranks and orders that prefented him their actdrejes on the MIS b wherewe bad no interelt of our twn to I was prejudiced in till the polrtical fcenewas Ihifted from Europe to Ame With refpecT to I have been fullyand clearly convinced all of thedeflruc tive ccnfequences that would unavoidably attend tie unhappy thjy adopted fsr it required no great conjuration that as long as the and Danes fuppiy the upon the continent America and luch otlter neceiftries as they foity or fiftyer than they could have them fromOJd Spaiu which they net only bot and get a vuy goii profit Ivy o doing all efforts to divert the very profitable tho dandeftme carried en by Brtiilh fiibiefts wih thole of m iuro a lawful chanei by way of mnft in their nature prove and this the government liave experienced it hs to ruin it in but not ro it m as the factories in Soain can inform tnofe have en had it been a praiiicabie think it would have been apolitical one cunfiftent with foumi pohcy in tiiecliannelit has hitheio it would employ mors hands and hipping the advantages of which to a maritime are very evident to every one in theleaft ac quamtedwith csmmercial attain to which may alo j be the very grear confumptiou of our which the benefits that enable the Britiih Americans to take cf us for their own Wlnt tlie reafbns that cperared with the Mi niftry for putting a flop to the commerce between the Bntifla and Spanifli by which I efteem the former to have been gainers of near one million and an half per I are quite beyond my I could wifli they ould pubCili fome better defence than nny whicJi has hitherto tor the treditnd juftice of their It is this ftep has had a very powerfulinfluence to the leffening of their importance with the both at home ami in America both were but too fen fible of the The provinces in America their circumftances confidered were perhaps more in volved in to fupport the dignities cf their refpecrrve than we are that of ours at home much more than ail the fpecie have being due to the merchants in Britain fo much is the balaiiee of trade we have with them in our fa Befuies which the encreafinsj nces of their own on account of To tbofe ivhom it LET pride give way to prudence dignity is fuppsrted beft by juftice the bread of at leaft one hundred thoufand is of more importance than a fliadowy The lives of our defcended from though born in a diftant are dear to One paflionate refolye may million of Bri tiih and fubjedl this nation and its depen dencies to ruin and thofe who framed it to everlaft ing More is at ftake than many Thofe who fay otherwile are or foes in The foiicitude of the French ought to be a lelfbn to every My be wife in before we perifh by and A BROKEN To the PR In a free country there is littleto be done by Gentle means may you thofe endsubicb violence would for ever put out of jour BURGHS Dignity Human preceding aphorilm from incomparable ferves me as a very good motto for the time and this to the thro1 the channel of your It is with furprifel have obferved any poifeired of common pleading for the julticepf our felknvfub je6ts in America the eyes of the bodies politic happen not to fee the ob jects thro the fame medium they have been viewed by the body politic Their feelings have alfo differed 4 inafmuch from the prefumption cf a right vefted in a parent to exercife jurifdiftion over his a part of the expences of government voted here has been fiddled upon for our I grant it is the duty of all childrea to afiift their when occafion requires to theutmoft of their power t but there is alfo a duty incumbent upon parents towards their children that to previde for if they have it in their till fuch time as they are able to take care of them felves j and then not to opprefs them without good and fufEcient reafons which is a Jaw obferved throughout the rational part of the How fatthe late admjniftration have acted con fidently with this is fubjeft of For ray own I can honeftly declare I have no prejudice againft but what has ariien from the bad effects their policy has produced upon trade on the from their known and from the political maxims they had of i keeping thu nation difengaged from expensive expences ox trieir own on of the etfbits they made in the late wars for giving this crown the fovereignty of an extensive empire in and for encreafmg the coraroerce olf thefe has involved them that every who has any connections wiih knows it to be a facl that they not able lo fupport their credit upon any tolesable To what a dilemma then mnft they be when in this belides the ruin of a trade that ws ths fource of all the inecie that circulated amcnsj they found a regulation prcfcdbed rt Reefing their internal that put a ftop to crcdit at by rendering their currerrcy and this by internnl taxes howevsr imroniiderable ibey appiar would probably collect all tLsfpdcie in the province and throw fuel an additional weight upon ihe ts they are for their if d mail involve them in if not in furmouritabJe dJfficuifies No wonder then that enthufiaits for liberty fhouldlbrt at meaibrej fo diametrically oppcfire to the thej have cf enquire info of the impofers cf thefe and with fpirit plead their realons tor an before they fubmit a ttie ccnlequeiices of which they entertain fuch dreadful apprdienllons if has Gceafionsd a diiteniper in tie body politic ro more than nil the pcfleffed by Laud or boldly inlifb himfelf as the tool of de graded by whole councils thefe difmiers have been brought and inti udingly prefcribes C la lybeatis fur thi fevr with fuch other violrnt nc aicines as ihail he lure to promote the trade of tLa Boilor for though it is a known maxim both ia politics and firft to enquire into the caufe and nature of the before any rational prac titioner will prrfcribe forits cure et derpiiing all precedents and quite con trary to the precepts and prefcriptions of his jiro fiiled who was a pattern cf humility and forgivenefs of which he to his folljwers in the moft pathetic and fuch if the doctor is no wilfully it isirn poflible for him to miltake this I is immediately for applying fuch forcible as fhall not fail to operate powerfully upon their un io as to convince them of the infalli bility of their fuperiors or by the irre fittible force both body and foul are to be consigned to thefliades there every compafiionate reader mult tremble for their cvmll it be fuppoicd that the afiuming AntiSejanus has any influence with that Lord ana whole reprefentative he profelfes himfelf to I confefs I cannot recollecl a more proper charac ter for fuch a lordly tyrant to appear eiclicr in antient or modern than that of the Roman He may indeed make a figura as his and rail at nien more hcneli and honourahle than till a Ciceros pene trating eye the juile and of his which he feems difpofed to palm upon credulous part of the public as honelt zeal for the prefervation and defence of the Know Bluih at thy yvtak If there is jiait irrihy confcimcs yet let the reproofs of inftruclion find a place to repentance in and may that repen tance produce I Ihall conclude with that it is in difputable wildom in politics for every go vernment ta unite to bygentkand per fuafive the hearts and afFeftionsof the people over whom they prefidej whereby government be comes powerful and pfrmanent by a contrary it may not unaptly bs comparec to a heule divided againit which is r able tokeep out orderj the inevitable confequence of which muft be I ANTII To the P R I N T E IT has long been matter of aftoniftimes cerrt to tne friends of religion and th that the conftitution of and Univtrfityj fliould have departed no ;