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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 22, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily MARCH H A Y M A T A R T H E K E KINGS THEATRE in the THIS the aid of will be toerformed a favourite Serious called The Mufic compofed by Siguior With Fit and boxes to be put and perfons to bs admitted without which be delivered This Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By fheir MAJESTIES No peribn whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour fix Vivant Rex j Being the laft time of performing till after the A YL T the Theatre Royal in D R U L A N THIS DAY will re prefented FOR The W o R L D WELL L c s T Hippifley HWitli theDEUCE FS IN H I An ADDRESS to the NOBILITY and AS a private Secretary is frequently wanted on a perfon of tried integrity will afilit ladies and gentlemen or at his own in their literary connections or compe whether profe or in any given fubject or theme he likewife collects and negotiates variety of bufmefs for fuch who refide any great diitance from town alfo teaches writing and accounts or privately at with great As this advertifement is founded on ftrict the moft inviolable fecrecy will and ample fecurity given adequate to any An addrels to at the Qjaeeushead in Great will be duly For EFrT of Mils T Theatre Royal in THIS if examined and D V the of will bejperfonned The B E G G A Rs Capt Shuter Dumtall Holtom Anderlbn Eennet Mat othe Baker Baker Stephens Diana Copm Green Mifs With a Hornpipe by Mifs and a Country Dance ijy the Characters in the To which will be added MISS IN H E R T E E N Fribble with a Song in character Shuter Cant Woodward Perry Dunllall 5 Holtom Tazbv a bsingthe nrft time of her th appearing on any ftage Mifs Biddy Bellair a character for that night by Mifs new Duet will alfo be introduced be tween and Mifs Pit 38Fii Gallery Upper Gallery To begin exactly atfix Vivant Rex Hf Tickets te be had of Mifs in the next the and of at the where piaces for the boxes may be bis day is A CATALOGUE of the genuine and elegant LIBRARY of JOHN of Sunnine lately deceafed containing a good col lection of clafficks and books with the greateftnumber of the beft r V fcarceft Italian tooks thatwere ever fold in any one coUectjoum this and in the fin eft condition likewife many of the beft and rareit Spanilh authors j which will begin to be fold by By S A M U L B A E At his houfe in On Monday the 3 j ft and to ten following beginning each evening at j The books may be viewed this and every day to the time of Catalogues to be had of the following bookfellers Mr Pallmall Bondftreet Mr Charingcofs Corn hill Mr Templebar in the near Tern bar and at the place day is price Ths Second with large Additions and AN ACCOUNT of the Prenarauon and Manage ment neceflary to IN JAMES jure H O frodeet locupltlibtis printed for facing Southampton in the Where may be price A Difcourfe on by De la OnTburJiiay ivillbe The Firlt Volume of THE FOOL of QUALITY the Hiftory of Henry Earl of By Printed for in NEW BOOKS This Day HASSELQUISTs Voyages and Travels JLJr in the with Obiervations on the Holy and the Natural Hiltory of the Scripj tures Publifhed by Sir Charles Phyfician to the King of Price A Key to the New Neatly printed on by way of Pocket Price Reflections on In which leaus Princip in his are occasionally By Father Precep tor to thf Prince of Printed on Writing Printed for and in tiay is In One pijcein hoards THE ELEMENTS CLOCK and WATCH adapted to In l wo illuftrated with By A L E X A N DE R C U M M I N Printed for the and fold bv him and the following bookiellers in the Strand Pallmail Coventgarden Richardfon and at the koyal Exchange Fletcher and Pauls churchyard New Bondftreet and by and and For the letters figned A CONSTANT FRE QUENTER of the OPERA HOUSE JACOB GlNGLE A POETASTER OLD A A CARD fee To the is the fitted feafan to correa WjfcjfW JM national and devife public improvements to retrieve the ex pericesof deitruclive and cul tivate the bleflings of interior whatever fvate lofes t opportunity of pa cific it cannot poflibly be held in tiie leaft eftimation of wifdom or virtue Three years are now expired fmce Great Britain concluded a treaty of peace with her which indeed hath been the unhajspv fource of one continued war among her witli a relentlefs have difregarded every meafure of public even facrificed the national welfare to perfonal Offenders of every kind ought certainly to be brought to condign avid more efpeciaiiy thofe who with the helm of government but we may reft that this country never will be freed from bad till bad Miniilers can as eafily be to and as exemplaniy as the mtaneft fubjeft the glorious and evervaluable minority found their truly laudable endeavours they mould have iufpended the provocations of private animofi and united all their efforts to promote thepub that from Bangs afhes role a triumphant navy and we with proruife that to decapitate any future bad Minifter will be attended with fuch real good that we hall never after know an inglorious adminiftration and the plan to accomplifh fuch events with facility and pro is an objecl deferving our attention and en Man is a creature too naturally corrupt to in verted with a ruling limited by no greater check than the Sovereigns in is no check at all for there are various artifices to re gain the notwithitanding the lofs of the nation hall be recent and irretrievable let ceafe to hope for any freedom while our jer fuaiits are permitted to reign Think that thefe reflexions are foreign to the plan of our The poor never can be properly and efTiftually unlefsthey have a good Minifter and a good without a is the Sampfon of Great It is our duty to intereft our elves in the choice of a who has given the world convincing proofs of inflex ible patriotifm and extenfive abilities but our choice i will neither be judicious or we do not divefc ourfelves of all prejudice and finifter ex Miniiters are to know friends but the friends of their country and are not to prefer perfons mere y to liipport their own and to have no crvufe whatever fo much at heart as how to keep their places the very they pur fue defeat the and at the fame tine they in volve their country with difficulties not eafiiy re Experience hath furnifned us with a late example for inch has been the conduct of our for mer Miniiters in adopting fo much this that by omitting the neceilary meafures of do we not that their iucceflbrs are now embarraiTed for remedies to cure Much is to be done and it is humbly hoped that the Pauper Caufc will be fully confidered on without It is their that not one of their names fhine through the pages of our mercantile or we fnould long ago have had a conftantly crouded lobby of preifing Poverty is the very difgtift of though trade can no moreexiit with out the affiltance of her than freedom can be kept alive without the fpirit of virtue how vercly are our poor opprefied by the very merchants who mould betheir protestors Age pleads in vain its and wretchednefs only iofes its time in fupplications Deaf is the ear of and isiioertetrable the heart of avarice For which reafon we cannot fufnciently lament that human wifdom fnould be bafflrd laws by the macli nations of fubrle and that no finite policy can oblige a general adherence to that divine rule which ihould fquare the whole of eur from certain principles founded on ju rifdiclive to reftrain the bounds of Avarice and fo ful ally pernicious to mankind and this is to be effected by a prefcribed limitation olper are grievances to b adjourneu from week to from to k Truling as they may appear to the the reat are not yet a Seeled by nevertheless I mint bg leave to that no gTievnncs C3u as iriflnig that is encre It is my dtity to into tlsc iieceflany wants of my children ni to fupply that they may not tliernielves under necelfity to much Ufs for what they are entitled to expect the nient hclds good between the b nvaiul rs Nothing can be more nbfurd in an niltration than to a popular odium and un lefs grievances timely a popular odiinn is lure to Weak inhuls are too art o catch the fpark of Edition too iuil enable of mutiny for the fake of therefore it is prudent O diftinguilh eviiy emotion tending that iu the mesa if us take the caufe of our Poor into conildciatioii if we are let us rdrefs their Onirtincns it we are let us felicitate their Lives O M E G To be To the HEN our new minifters came iito in ftead of the congratulations ufual cn fuch they gained tared at each and feemed lolt in wondering bv what caprice of fortune they were eievated to a fituation m fo b uncouth to and ib unex Like perfons got into a new they knew neither what was firft to be nr indeed what to do at any time they were entirely ignorant of the official duties of theirrefpective Ihi and equally itrangeis to what the inttretts of the kingdom required Hiey much im proved iince their acccilion to their For a while after their rhey ftoou muling as it were what courie to and as they truited wholly to their own it was no wonder that they elected the wuri1 point of the coinpais to iteer Thefe infant politicians ruffe red tlemfrves to be guided by tJie ftormy eloquence of demagogus that ever blazed in vhe ikv noiitics they could not diffcivnte between in fition of and te fituation cf turbulent de whole have one only that of thrullirig into o1ice bv vij I And pioporiioned to their weak has been the aMuruilv of their got into thole piaces they ia greatly behaviour in oifice is as auk ward However theoretical only it may ap it is to be reduced to prailice and let any ju dicious and man deeply examine its leading confequences thrash the feveral fyftems of civil and political ana he that the go vernment which perfects fuch bids faireit for vmcorrupted freedom and everlafting So univerfal and are the modes of op that indultry itfelf is now looked upon in furHcient to liipport its wants without the aid of cheat ing but be it that whatever fins of injuitice our aggrieved they rerleft a Itill greater fcnndal on the characters of their op r re Do thefe men fo foolishly that the Almighty if they really believe in any Almighty at all will not lay to their account the gxult which they others to commit Infinite wiidom is always be Correctly printed on a good and twelve large volumes price Y A Printed for in the BY ARTHUR Efq 0 in the Where edition of HIS printed on a in four Price hand fomelv Five And fpeedJy will be i The HISTORY o in two volumes Price bound a The LIFE MEC JEN AS 3 dedicatedto PITT one volume Vhere allomay hiftorical and critical LIFE of CftARiES In two volumes Price of OLIVER In one large volume Price bound Ibis Day is CATALOGUE of feveral thouiand A Libraries And Mr A DAM Author of the HISTORY of Both Containing a of valuable m all fciences and brandies of and in va us many on royal and m fine whkh ffe now prices printed in the Ca and will continue by I O H N W H I S T O J At in Catalogues may be had at and of in NevV Bondtree 5 ML Piccadilly Pallmall crofs Corn hill without TempleBar and at the place of Where may be the full value far anylibrary or parcel of true raufe of thofe one remains lie Inftead of may not their enemies conijjert with infinite juftice and notwi hftanding too real nably that their oppofition j j not or or foifwcar fupported by no other motive than felfintereft That their perfevering zeal was more to fill their pockets than to ferve their country wherefore have o many complaints and grievances been neg to the great injury of his Majeilys fubjects Grievances that demanded a ipeedy redrefs Has not the whole kingdom bten thrown into divers tumults from the Ignorance of the late Miiuftry the yet if I compel others to do fo by an opprefilve con I not be punifbed as a a and a perjurer Vice is totally or men would hardly be io abandoned for were they to trace the ill effects of oppreflion in all its different 1 hope there is not that man in this country that would be an op Take the following though Ihort and fupern ipacinos are and big w who tor itill unnoticedby our present Gentlemen If they j J cial llcetch of the unlimited evils of Oppreflion and have riot fpirit or fortitude to effect a reformation j in the fyftein of let them reiign if their abij lities arenot equal to their they will but hurt the caufe of liberty j and from their well known goodiiefs of we are rather than that mould be the they will readily con fent to act in a fuitable Integrityis an efiential ingredient to form the but experience alone can perfect that cha racter the reins of empire ought not to be intruded but toikilfui the people infill on a judicious difpofal of every iingle important part of that the refpeftive ameers of each may concur with indefatigable vigour to eftablifti the glory and welfare of the Minifters are the fervants of the and the public have an undoubted right to punifli or reward as they fliaU deferve but this at pre centers in the very hands that mould never pof fefs that power and unlefs it is methodized on a more difmterefted we ftiall itill continue to fniart with the evils of becaufe few men have virtue enough to act wholly on prin ciple and a wicked knowing the power of his whofe very mifdemeanors receive a from his and who cau triumph with over law and equity vvicktd I knowing too well the melancholy truth of is excited to be more and even to be daring and tyrannical How neceffary is to prefs a meafure of fuch public whereby the honour of the Crown will be ever afety ot the nation always Let us remember ib is this crime thatfcarce any caule delecves more a parliamentary The to accumulate a vaft fortune with a fpares no temptation to grind the mailers of our feveral mechanical who are dependant on their orders the to make up for iheir concefllons to the exercifethe fame bafenefs over their refpective fo that the accurCed evil reaches the very babe onits mothers breaft nor think it ncticious for if the of the poor hufbands labour cannot aiiordhis wife a proper nutritive muft not the infant bear its fuifering part in the calamity From it is very that even little innocents themfelves languifhunder the rodoftlitir Oppref Too intolerable of itfelf is the burthen of Oppref fion but when it is loaded with the additional ills of heavy taxes and dear it is really a fub ject of wonder how our poor fuftain them Never thelefs we fee that their grievances are daily multi plying rather than decreafing fo that in a Ihort the body that fed the difcafe will be no more Humanity has ever been celebrated as an Englifh and not unjuftly deemed an ornament to our nature mould the prefent genera tion confider it altogether Gothic us reduce the fubftance of our fubject to this fmgle proportion Are the poor of this kingdom entitled to our pro or are they not If they are why do we not drive them at once OUT of the or bind them with iron chains inftead of hempen cords But if they are entitled to our in the of as tenurmciplfi a threatenedruin36 their wilhed tor othing fo much as to ice a fund provided ibr payment of the huge debt con tracted by the fatalities of the inte la com pliance with theie upright expeclations the lateftarpp act was in order in America to us in ciiicharging obligations in part coiUrailcJ for her The meafure of the rdative to the cyder is quite of a piece vuth the re peal of the ilanip In the former tke fame par tiality to the counties and lioulders they is very This is a very notable ftroke of politics fuch a fcheme as I could not have fuppofed pofllble to have entered into the heads of any rational and that is no Ids than a refolntion to dilciiarge ali the excite whofe butinefs it is to collect the laft impofjd duties on and to raife other duties in lieu of thofe out of the cydtr in the hands of the Thus the gentleman and who drinks cyd r of his own efcapes all though no private family can drink beer cr without paying the duty upon By this means gentleman or farmer enjoys a which is not conceded to a gentleman fanner of Middlefex the cyder coun ties become like faactuaries againftExciie mens vints in pnvate families and our Minifttrs difcover to the fuch an enormoufly partial as never was before avowed by any Mini fters in any free Do they that a Yorkflrre landed gentleman or who makes his own will not uppole that he has an equal right with any perfon any of the c dr to he free of the vifits of Excifemen And will nor every who brews his own ale and fup pofe that he ought to be as free of as he that drinks cyder of hisown making The laws cf enuHy that all the fubjects ought to be emnlly free of the oppreflions of the or equally loaded A notorious partislity only dictate the exemption of one fubjfct from exciii and the csndemhstion of to groan under fuch a very extravagant violation of Is it juit that all the landed and private in fortyLr counties of hail pay en all in fix counties hall boaft total exemption of exuies upon their ordinary drink Is not fuch partiality the readier method that can be in order to light up among us the torch of jealoufy and diilention Surely llule were almoft configned by the Steady con duct of the late are not likely to wholly by fuch imprudent This leems to be inclined to try the inhabitants of how far they wUi fubmit to be treated like beafts oi to bs lightened or loaded as their mimltenal mailers Can any man why an inhibitantof fliouid be itampt and not a NewEnglander Or why an inhabitant of Somerfetfhire or Cornwall no excife his ordinary drink while an Eflcx muftpay a taxiipon that necefiary of life Partiali ties of that fort are only the fruits of which take their rife in ana canaot claim a to be fuftered in ienfible ;