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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 17, 1766, London, Middlesex A T U E S U J U N the THEATRE in the jf5L iltk wfti be fiaiormed a called The M I N O Hi COLE by FOOTE j Jlichard Aickin j Sir William Caffle the Davis j Palmer MGeorge j and ON j Qukk Conftablesr Francis and itrutton SHUFER s Lucy by a YOUNG Seing her firft appearance With ENTERTAINMENTS of To which will be addes a Farce called M I S S I N H E R T E E N jVibblt with a Jong in character SHUTER j MGeorge Palmer Quick j T lo MGeorge Mifs Biddy by a Y0UNG GENTLEWOMAN being her appearance on Boxes Pit Gallery To begin at ieveu Places for the boxes to be taken of at the Vivant M A R Y B O W E G A R D E N HE mufical entertainments will be continued during Summer one milling each doonto opened at fire and the mufic to at an hour after There will be a new artificial Piece of Ma This Eveni from the lats baving opened a hop for the belt at the Cafe of to the great toy the Weft end of bburciiVMi rtdthumWy reeueftsthe coun tncouiaoemect ef iu frunds in par and tlie public general He wlJ make it kiieonfcmt ftudy and to execute any he be not only in the betf on the moftreafooable Raying recommendation of his fer his fuccCs in he leave to lubfcriue thsir dutiful and Moftobeditnt feumble J A M E S L 0 be at the figrTcf the our door from SrVTauli C O T 1 O and THREAD at the Toil Su mens pTia n f oWsrtcr i wo kinens tern mtns nbbd ajtto at ys jcofcvred and from to patent various prices 5 crey Ipun per pair black filk from to belt fourthread black wodted breeches cotton and ti read hole in the Proprietor has been at great trouble sad expence in purchasing from the belt a large aud ftefli aflortment cf the fuitable for the if winch he is detemnned to fell cheaper the ufiiai ademoiiUration of which befeen by tbe above with them already adver tlfed ami the reafon of his taking the fame h founded ea the hope of adding to the cuitora of is and at the fame time merit the fatistaction of and lady that is fo obliging as to hontivtr him vcitk their ts A LETTER to tbcTPROPRIETORS of EAST INDIA S JOHN Efqj late one of the Council at Any Proprietor may be fumifued with this pam toblet by fending a note with their name to ft atthe following in the Paul churphyard and Richardfoa and Urijuhaft attfee Royal Ex tbt A of t To the PRINTER of the C A M N O T help differing from your correlpondent of thc jd His tho drefled m the robe of are yet deftitute of He fup that o allow in foreign to import negroes Bed provHlons into any of our on any oc is contrary to the fpirit of the Aft of Navi gation j and that is as inconfiftent with the fpirit of thit Aft toencourage foreigners to carry the pro of iilands into fcieign European king doms t but with that gentleman is mif teken for the fpirit of that Aft is the encourage ment and of our hipping and of whatever are con ducive to this thpfe Regulations are conformable to the Tievrrcf the Adi of If we can get all the we tiefire tohave in any new branch of weought not therefore to refufe thofe advantages which Providence offers us on fuch fuppofedjjafcent branch of commerce which Inirts none of tbofeantient difpofitions thatiavebeen by to be fo The novel arrangements whh refpeft to the pro poled free cannot leffen our becaufe tjjjty either relate to feme branch of trade at prefent not actually carried on by oj tend to diminish none that is nowtin our Our iflands want of and provifions confiiting of becfj and butter we thofe articks to the extent seeded by them and our iurniih them rot in that extent to our WeftIndian Thf riling Jffice of and in our prove this We want afl the alwye not only for the interior fuppcrt if ourowa plantations on termsj but that we by vending them w the French and Spa niards in the neiv enereafe our and fupply ourfelve with new materials wanted in bvir home that thefe being thu raay enlarge our It in deed propofed by the free to introduce into our iflauds thofe things in foreign we cannot be furnifheii in a on the pbn of the Ail of Navigation but it is de that the introduftion in foreign in the propofed not in the leaft hurt our merchants in any branch of com merce now in their Or which can come into their hands upon the plan of the Aft of Where then is the lofs to our merchants may import and into thefe free but no foreigners have the fame conve niences with our own people to carry on that trade 5 and ef all that our own people can bring into thefe ports may be fold at fuch rates as will al ways fecure them the for in has a Ihorter run to our any in poffdlion of thole com itiodities j and therefore the Irilh may always fecure tb themfelves a preference to foreigners in all they bring to thofe markets of thofe The fame may with greater juilice faid of our Americans on the continent their contiguity muft fecure them a preference ia the free ports for all their As to they are too valuable a commodity not to be accepted ef from any raid fo much needed in the that our own flave trade mutt always have encouragement If thefe circumltances alter in the we can loon takers much of the flave tride out of the bands of fo as they can get poffeffion of by a reftitution of the former rules of But tlie prefent regu lations are properly made for the prefent There little reafon to that tHere will not during the life of the man now in fo great a call for flwes in our that the propofed to be granted to fo to import will be during that time found to be in no way noxious to our African fnips and from eiling thofe flaves again to the French and we fiiall reap confiderable as well as become the brokers of the And as to carrying into foreign European nations the pro ductions of our WeftIndian pray how much of thefe do we now carry into foreign European na tions under the of Navigation Juft none at It is therefore that our lofs in allowing foreigners this indulgence is exactly But if foreigners engage in this our gains will be immenfe 5 for we have ground enough in the Indies to fuppiy the Britifh and all the nations of with which Iks unculti vated for want of If then we thus extend our markets productions of the Torrid the returns Indian planters muii be ex and the riches thus obtained wilt in with ail the other riches of tlie center in this I come to Neuters laft objection to thefefree founded on tlie pmfpeft of a French fays the produce of French Sfunds can in time of war be fafely imported into tholefree portst it will come fafety c to and then our bravefailors need look no more after Murtinico Sirj but doth Neuter that the produce French iflaads can come fafely into our free ports in time of war Thefe ports are not declared fupn as aFreirh war thefe ports will be no longer the nor to any mips carrying French commoditiea 5 fo there will then be no poffibility of introducing fafely into thofe ports the f produce of the French The ufua precau tions of thofe unfortunate times will always prevent Neuters fuppofition from taking place fo that we have nothing to fear on that And what Neuter is pfeafed to throw out about the PRVS is equally ill founded for no orders from any authority in Britain can detract from conceflions granted in an act of Every foreigner can clHm under a parliamentary grant to fireigeert in general and no Cuftomhoufe officer tin der colour of any ordei infringe privileges indulged by a The I dare to will meet with the lame welcoming good ufage iii tkofe which other foreigners wilt experience but that they will be mere treated than any other na tionj is abfolufely The couftitutioa of thefe free ports in the endows our iflanJs suit manu with a variety of uew opportunities of by induftry and that in Jamaica opens arawh defired channel fofdifpofmg of Britifii commodities to the pt Porto and while the other in Dominica pre fenis Vis with every commercial advantage we caa draw from the contiguity of that ifland tb and The permitted of cotton ind gives us two fiiall draw great we fnallalfo hereafter of ibgar cheap enough for tfcportiuon j and fince we cannpt but thaj our ovn oisrchanis arc at leaft equally induftriotis with we may take it ior that their fliais in the new created arifiag from thefe free will not be fmall j their oppcrtu of engaging fuccefs ia the we may roil aflured that they will improve thofe circamftances to the belt purpofe the conti nental Americans will alfo that their intereii has bren particularly sdvated in allowing the importation of and the whole of the JBri dominions will fcid the propriety of carted It looks indeed at view thai foreigners Ihould bealkjwesi to import Oaves aad UoviSonj iuto but nebedy acquainted with the campJatnts of our will be finprized at this The Creoles have a long time murmured at the avarice our and Americaa they made a very unjuft ufe of their monopoly of commrce in the fqueezing from the planters exorbitant Whether thele complaints are Or I will fay bufci will be bold tot that if purown be fatisfied with moderate prices for their flaves and no foreiguer will fell his g6ods while they have any to difpofe their connections will always infure to them favour upon equal terms fo that this pecnvffion granted to can only be regarded as being of the nature of a pfecautionary in order our under the Torrid being hereafter in the manner they much It T impoffiblej that a free porrin the with commodities of thatforf 5 nofhing can be more encourage a refort of foreigners to fhefe indulging them in bringing a cargo hardly befup pofed too large for Torrid a market to which fo great a confluence of peopleconftantly re fort from places all in want of A The letters artreceived An Indigna To the PRINTER of the THOUGH I have feen fo many ftrange things in niy that I am net much furprized at any I muft I could nst help being aftoniihtd at a paragraph inserted in the Gazet teer ef the i3th in the follow ing words The reafbris as we are by the Lords of the for appointing Amy c and Receiver of the Land That their Lordihjps found him in the poft when they came into pcwerj that they were in poffeffion of his fecuritieS that he had made punftual payments that he had refigned his poft of Commiffioner of the and they had no oiher poll to give him to make him if he was to be deprivecl of the Receivers i Some may look on thefe reafons as unnnfvvtrabJe j but to me they appear Ib extremely that it feems if Jheir Lordfliips really gave that they could pof fibly expecl the City of who had fo ftrongly recommended their could faiisfied with them or that any one acquainted with the cf that ancient and illuftrious fliould not immediately perceive their But to convince the whole kingdom of the indignity Oiewn to the Jet us examine the force of each The firft flat tbej found bits is thepoffivhsn tSey came uito They found Anjyand in no doubt 5 and fo did the new Miniftry that came into when Sir Robert Walpole was turned in the year find Serwin in the fame which he had held for eight years 5 upon Sir John rcommenJed by theLord other they paid fo much attention that they did not hefitate a but roftantiy removed and appointed Sir John m his That Miniftrywere that there had been a very warm conteft thefe fwo gentlemen for the of Chaoibeiiain that both candidates were rarher of the High party but be ing the moft moderate of tijc had been efpoufetl by the and for that very reafon loft the elec tion and that the had been given not fo much to make him amends for the difappoint and great expencelie had been as to gra tify Sir Robert Waipoies who had ta ken a difguft to the That Miniftry veil that this innovation had given univerfal umbrage to the and u avoifj the imputation of concurring in fo unprecedented and unpopular a the Earl Firft Lord of the Lord Chancellor of the Ex iuba were unAsr reftored the Receiverfhlp to its antieat that to the Chamber of London that pre ceding from the revolution down to the inftance had on it as afavour due to the City and Chamber of So that this of the if they really gave as reported only ferves to that they pay leTs regard to the and are go verned by far different maxims from thole who were at ihe helm in The next reafon T6gj they Divert In of Ins Who doubts it how he have hslj thepoft Every body that the fecurities given by a Receiver of the Land after Kis ars always refer red to the CominSlidners oi tlie Tax who make their report to tnS Lords of aucl thathis Commiifjon figue4 till alter their So that this reafon might have been well firice npne can isiaguie that any Cham berlain could be fo weak as to expecl the Re unlefs be had ftcuriiies to offer as would be This rea in feems to that the fecuritics given by ths prefent are better than aay the Clianiberlain could give r which is fo far from the that nothing can be more than that he could give full as good for double the if And it I to be particularly noted oa this that tffe prefent truft repofed in is beyond all than that repoied in the Receiver of the Land Let us now come to the third n muft be is a very cogent to flat be h4H madepvneiual No doubt of it for what would have been the confequence had there been the leait failure An execution would have immediately iilaed out of the and the fecurities been called it ever fo much as that Sir John and list late Sir Thorens who toeether held the Receiverfliip for 30 yenrs did not make punftual payments So that this reafon feems to a fort of rcfleftioh with as if the payments not have at punctually made by thepre lfd feht as by the preferit or as out of aBixnkers But no can harbour fuch a know any the prefent t be that ortCj who basbeen fo in mat ters of a private and where no law could fliotild netbe in fuch public conctln And nature of thetfecurities v Inch arc thofe and how ftrJly this branch of thi revenue is guarsled a of in curring the leaft what eighty meat OJA any Keceivcr claim from he of reafow more properly a firing of That be bad ks uli cf eftke and ikty hadm gitte him to make him if be Ir actai niaf to quit the cuftoms for of the va lue and it would certainly iiavs been a Mioil harcifliip not to pcrpetuats a polio ca a gentleman of fuch extraordinary nuol exciufive cf aa to no more than But the in were of a diirVreJit of ic they were too well to fpecl to the whole city for the fske j an iiiJividca whtii they found it highly expedient io remove Selwin from the the he would never have if Sir Robert as before had not conceived an inveterate hatred to the City ths hardihip of cafe was never fo much mentioned j nor was it the to the Citys recommendation oF their that they coud not give an They did their honour be it nuke him fome amends for the by appomring him Receiver of the Window which pott he held till very This I they did at the very fame time that thev re ftored ths Land Tax totLeChani ber of London by which prudentmerliod of paid a LOUUC compliment to rhe city for it ought to be tliat was an eminent b ilouglit wurJf of foiue nowad sys tlrno fj thai the whoie body of ld in fuch contempt by Ibni of our at the that they ieem to innke 5 ing the little they make or by only renvoving the Iieceive3iip cr Land jax from its old but conferring it who infinitely defpifbs the very name of Citizen i A aot excellent apology for to tuch city as jud as they tnc hwe n Poft to give ths prelbnt to amends iHcaic he fhouUi be diichargcd f Tf ts a point tffiaii not reinftate him to tan his fbniier as ihr are extremely delicate about niakiiuc i can they not ufe fuch an expedient boh j ns the Miniitry in Tj10 this after would not corne with quitj fo good j as for die reafon jult per will aik what what rawaid I what mark of has the prefent Chamberlain ever except fiom his gene rous and grateful for the many im portant fervices he has done to his King and coun i to the manifefc impairing of his QWH fortune f I But the prefent difpute does not tarn on theaer fonal merit of any oiuCitizen it the whie The unworthy treatment whkh the Cirr has met with on this neither uorcau ha looked upon in any ether light that of a de figned affront to the whale body of Citizens anii j every one refents it Thus have I iven nut ory my oivn hut thole of many on rhe reafbns have hitherto appeared for fo a iiep and ihsil nly that I though wits aad good to tlie Jo cir that they could give ny I Your humble A O L Kt light Nobilitj linw for Ths jxtfimer mzy h vg i General previous fo t liflied in London i he nsxt man or Lidj ihc on the jaw noraliv is L ivha iirexal Mffaien ft ttlsr it feni In a fvh fa tbt lajl writing the ivbote filtf into iLj coiailiy by ty the t a ti Th or Sys tlfs be by Fiiday y la price tig F O t R F i N C E Ter3 is a a of n had lately been and tvut1 in U city of J We hear from in iniddle of but a arry dicrs ueie fo in rj a dcferter fromtii ed city about eleven ocock iii tha were foljcwcd by thp in but viil uot the ferns time a iaa rts eizai dicr Ixlonging to v by the 7 iiey wricc Jrcm a be longing tcttveg ia Uteiy inadt ofi fjtcics cf dyes anv kiad of cloth a very iiiui uuiabje ;