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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 25, 1766, London, Middlesex The and New Dally MARCH 9 w CATALOGUE of the genuine and elegant LIBRARY of JOHN Efqj qf Sunning fill lately deceafed containing a good col lection of clafficks and rhifcellaneous books with thegreateft number of the beft and fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in any one collection in this and in the fineft condition likewife many of the beft and rareft Spanifti authors which wilt begin to be fold by By SAMUEL At his houfe in On Monday the 31 ft and to continue the ten following beginning each evening at fix The books may be viewed this and every to the time of Catalogues to be had of the follswing bookfellers Pallmall Bortdftreet j Ckaringcrofs Corn hill Mr Templebar in the near Templebar and at the place of MEW impoited by oppo iite Catherineftreet in the bookfeller to liis T ETTRES de de a fes amis j j avec des Notes Hiftoriques Cri Hiftoire de Francois Roi de par 4 Paris LArt du par du du Paris Description de la Ville de par de Paris fecrets tires des Archives des rains de tomes 5 Paris Les Prejuges du Public fur par 3 Paris Hiftoire des Revolutions de la Haute contenaftt lesLiques Guerres de la 4 Par a Le Socrate Paris Hiftoire Amoureufe de Pierre le Paris Hiftoire des Revolutions de 1Empire pour fervirde fuite a celle det Revolutions de la par a Paris Traite des Paitonlei Poemes de Paris Traite des Maladies des tomes sand LArt dAccoucher reduit a fes par Paris NEW imported by BUCKET and P DE in the T ETTRES de de Volt air fes Amis du j avec des Notes cri Matinees Lettres de deux jeunes Perfonaes de par 1Auteur du Danger des la Haye 4 Le repentir des izmo Le Compere ou Ies Bigarrures de 1Efprit Les Erreurs ou Memoires du Comte Be 3 ou Lettres de TAbbe De La Philofophe par tru Lettres de deux Arnans paffionnes t Cantes de de 5 Cairval ou la force des a Memoires Secrets tires des Archives des Sou verains de Hifteire de Fran9oife Roi de par Guillardi 4 Hiftoire de la viede Henri par 4 du Gouvernement de France Clo vis jufqualaMort de Louis 4 Hilloire Secrete de Henri Roi de ou 1Hiureux Hiftoire An A tranflation of this laft book will be pub lifiied in a few Of the above bookfellers may be had A CATALecuE of BOOKS Imported to taining a great variety in For the letters fane J and A loft 4 5 To P R I N T E a notable revolution has hap any ftate lt is very natu ral tor men to almoft every vacation of the Cortes produced a new Thus the people knew not which law vtould luhfiftfor a whole or which woulu be repealed by the fucceffion cf a new oligarchy to Thofe who took the law for the rule of their obedience were through the uncertainty of its con tinuance unable to whether what was Lw one would not be ireafon the They had no fettled whereby to meafure their political duty 5 but the poor groping in the were afraid either to move or to ftand till j whether they were to fupport the honour of by Tup porting its or 10 prove their by dragging its collectors through the with ropes about their and plunder ing their At this diftance from that of the unsettled ftate of Spain we are apt to think their minifters a fenfelefs who encou raged and rewarded fuch riots we reafonably ima that if they had no regard for the good of the they fliould have had fbme for their own lafety as they might that the accuf tomed to affront the higheft authority of the might fome time take it into their heads to treat a minifter in the fame manner they had treated n col lector of imports j in truth the Spanifti hifto rics of Miguel and give us feveral inftances of minifters being very ill treated upon what prin ciple could a man of fenfe determine himfelf to fup port that good which ought every where to It is plain he could nat then know from the lavj which fide to patronize for ought he could the next miniftry that mould Mart up would take that that very in whole fecu rity he fuppofed the honour of the nation mould be repealed and that all the thanks he fhould receive for his broken bones if he met with that misfortune in that quarrel would that the new miniftry would not break the reft of on ac count of his endeavouring to prop the authority of the When things were brought to this pafs in Spain when the minifter influenced the members of the for the fake of preferving thsir to fubfcribe to all their timeferving and deftructive plans ot the Spanifti conftitution afforded the people no profpect of any thing but f ubiniffion to and his and an abolition of the which were become only the toolsjof tliemi and affembled only to give fanction to what tkey propofed to Thus we that frequent changes of and the confequent inftability of the who un did one day what they had dons the not only diftreffed the common but greatly con duced to that diflblution of which hap pened in lefs than half a century after original intention had been ip The fallaiving letters are The Friend to Luxury HumanusrA A Friend to the OMEGA In the letter Jigned in tbe laft page of yef concerning Comcljs and her in for having fo long fo cautioujly traduced in of the moft refpectable characters in the caule leffly Preiurae that thofe who know that Spain is now an ab g and was once a parliament as we now are which they will not atliaviug fet the profequent means by which they loft that bulwark of and became the abject Haves they now The firft ftep to the laying afide the Cartes was the too frequent change of Thefe changer were conftant4y attended with alterations in the and every bad from fo fluctuating a fpe cies of was enhanced to the psfllble degree for one nuniitry conftantly undid what the preceding miniftry hnd and each fac as it got the repealed die laws their predeceffors hadf In that cafe the law then ceafed fo be the voice of the Sovereign power it became the breath of the and lafted no longer than they continued in The true ddinition of law was then the of the Prime and the people began to they might as well accept of proclama tions Fraathe privy as toinfift on the approbation of a which was become a mere and only convened tec give a fanrtion to thofe which it was calculated to op Thus Spain fell into that abject ftate of that every new miniftry curfed them with a new fet ana fb anfettled was the for fouie Y To the OUR of the aift would have us believe contrary to all and our ownconfcioufnefsj that a late repeal was a popular But upon what evidences doth he ground this affirmation Upon the joy of perfons who were almoit deprived of their fenfes upon fo unexpected an event an event which will aitonifh all as far as the annals of the prefent times mall Could your corref pondent mow the fame proofs of fatisfaftion all over the or among perfons not interefted in the the argument arifing from thofe acclama tions would be a forcible proof of the popularity of the prefent But this in is not to be foundamong the diftractions of our North American tra and the miftaken creditors of North Americans are highly fatisfied with that The reft of the are poffefledofmore under ftanding than to take their judgment of miiuite rial proceedings from fuch gaudy By what has thepenjlaned leader of the Miniftry acquired his new ftock of knowledge rela to the immunities of America 3 Laft fpring he was no wifer in that refpecl than thofe whole fenti ments remain While others year fpoke up for the he continued fileiit as dumb as the ftones under his Shall we afcribe this change of his opinion to the fame mutability which taught him one year to bawl in a certain af that not oat maa SHOULD go id ajid next inflriifted him in the propriety of fpending our beft andanimmenfe profufion of treafure in thofe ruinous expeditions Or mail we rather fearch for the origin of this new light in that great capacity wblah enabled him to defcry the humanity of raifing a tax from the fweat oi the induftrious by laying an additional duty upon the cordial refrefernent of the labouring part of this me tropolis while many nntaxed branches of luxury offered moft fubftantial aids to the public iveceffities The whole nation then witnefTed his great abilities in planning the mifery of the while his en arged underftanding directed him to let the the and the immoral pafs A man endued with the fmalieft degree of forefight would have known that a tax upon that comfortable neceflary of then already fufticiemly would certainly diminifu the nUTiierof the ef and coafequently lefTen the revenue arii ing from the complex article of beer and ah as much at if not than it would be en creafed by levying this new as experience has fully But neither this judicious obvious to rlie meaneft nor the moft powerful calls of mercy could prevent the difplay of his malice at the whole of the meaner fort of people of this great in this cruel attempt upon one of their chief The fame which enticed him to bur then this and future generations with millions upon millions in the late was certainly the tutor which fuggefted to his mind that cruel arrangement whereby the price of porter was raifed to every body one halfpenny in the and to the who drink it in a whole Ana that very fpirit in the Great Peufioner continues to obltrucl the diminution of our by leitraining us j from taxing in whofe caufe a great part of the national debt was The fole aim of his if we may judge by his appears to confift in plunging us in induf and as much as he every meafure calculated by patriot Ivjinilters for our re When the glare of our victories on the conti nent no longer dazzles the eyes of and their own feelings torment them with the horrors of thofe debts whicn he will not alfowus to alleviatein the nation will then do jultice to the Great Commoners and acknowledge him to have been born for our It that deceived by remonftrarices from fome for a fhort time enforced the Acl of Navigation in to the detriment of our colonies But it is as that this miftake was hardly fooner complained than it was rectified and this if it is to be imputed any body as a is the fault of the Legiflature whe made the not of the Minifter who en forced The beft of men may be furprized into an error relative to diltant which muft always be governed by the information of others yet the worft will perfift in practices rsinous to the whole Grenviilecan only be charged with thatfingle was remedied with a pa triot But the objections to the conduct of the Great and this are founded on matrs within the knowledge of every body known or rather felt in the ttrongeft manner ry us The tax on porter continues to grind the faces of our labouring and the huge load of debt we groan which is rooted in the Great Commoners will afflict pofterity when nothing will remain of that Demagoguebut his exe crated The repeal of the additional duties on and the mode in which our Minifters propofe to iay on others in is a new proof oi the concern of this adinihiitrationibr the welfare of the They prbpcfe to take off a tax which never encreafed the price of cyder ta the and to lay on ano ther in its to affect that commodity in the hands of the whereby it rnuft be drawn out of the pockets of all iionrefidents in the cyder and in the btmds of the whereby the pub lic muft be charged with thefe Thus the cyder counties muft be iUll enfnmchifed from either becaufe oS their giving to the nation our pre prefent Mini or becaufe the Great eftate lies in which is one of or for b th thefe reafons complexly And the intereft of the nation is bartered for mini fterial intereft and we mult pay for thofe predelec tions which will hereafter eniure to us the fame ca A bare of the prefent Miniftry being ho ncnired with that refpettable mark of public contrary to the lenie of almoft all private companies and cofteehoufes fome few about the where Americans refort being axccpted will alwaysmeet with the contempt it deferves from fible The fneers and murmurs of die nation at the present minifterial conduct are fo loudly and fo univerfaliy that it is next to impoflible that they could have efcaped Traffics obferva tion and therefore I when he next writes on this he will attempt a refutation of thofe ar guments which every where are to be met and have convinced the bulk of the people of the crying partiality of the administration to their own nnd their total neglect of thofe great duties which they ought chiefly to attend to exult over the miferies and misfortunes of this poor country j thofe who have the beft opinion of they have bean made the dupes of defign ing The report in this part cf ihe world that the perfon who has guided them is a known party that cards and premng invitations were icct to defire their attendance their weight and influ ence being necefiary to fupport that Miniiter who can neither ait Or fpeak of as I think fuch reports I wifh you to print this as it may bring rrn anrwer which will clear up the affair and he agreeable to many readers of your If y u refufe my re I at as I have neither mown rny felf a friend to the late or prefent or the Great that you will let me down An IMPARTIAL To the P R I N N anfwer to TOM PHEASANTS in your paper of the igth What was the legil con ftruction of the words fon and heir apparent ef an in the ftatute of az 23 of Charles cap which act prefcribes the qualifications cf people to kill game and what is the modern ccn ftruction The preamble to this act that whereas divers disorderly laying their trades and do betake themfelves to the and killing of with For remedy thereof it TbAt all of cr other not degree of an may by a writing under their and authorife one or more within their refpective ma nors and to take and feizeall guns of perfons as by the faid act are prohibited to keep the The legal conftruction then is the fon and heir of fxch Lord cf a or other not under ike degree of As to the modern a celebrated author Efquire is a title of and next in de gree below a Thofe to whom this title is now of right nil the younger ions of Noble and their heirs male the fourSfquirei of the Kings te eldsft fons cf all of Knights of the and Knights Batchelors and their heirs male in a right line a Juftice of the Peace has it during the time he is in no JehnfiiSs To the PRINT E RiibarcTs March AM one of who have been itrong for the repeal of the Stamp The late admini ftration received advices before parting the that it would be and yet fuch blunderers were that they fent over the act without forces to ftop the fo that the riots at the might have been eafily are rifen to fuch a and the madnefs of internal taxa tion prevails fo univerfaliy in the and has been fo inflamed by the ftrange doctrines of a certain Great Man in his that the in paffing the ftamp act had broke the compact betwixt Great Britain and her Colonies that there is no daflblrbut if the act had been a war would have enfued in the wiych would have brought on a general war in Europe 5 of courfe the repeal of this act became neceflary but furely ne ceffity alone can jultify Every reafonable man that repealing an act becaufe you are afraid to execute notredeund to the credit of Great and will render her authority con temptible in the eyes of the Upon what can we account for the con duct of thofe Gentlemen who went laft Tuefday in a large cavalcade to and have ever iince baen teitifying their ringing of and other ait j of rejoicing furely they do not mean A MICRONS compliments to and aflures him tnat when he has lenrnt as far as hewill be convinced that the embargo on ccni can and will be taken before the farmers will be obliged to make ufe of it dang but that the peor have been ftarving f many by its ex portation with and the The report continues that Pitt is cer tainly to a part in the but varies in regard fo the particular It is faid an exprefs was lent to him yeiUrday ing at refterday morning hisExcellency Count theFrenclY liad a conference with Secretary on the fubjectof fbme received from They write from that Lord Lorti SirWilliam and William Efqj by ins Majeitys fwornof his Majeftys molt honourable Privy Coun cil ef that and had taken their places a the Board It is currently that the equipment of a confiderable force tor the entirely de pends upon the relalution which Spain fhsll take m regard to the Canada bills were up at fiftyfour and a half per when the laft advices were received from We are credibly that Johns near is intended to be eltablifhed into a feparate independent of that of Nova Scotia and that a number of emigrants will be fhipped over this at the governments They write from Halifax in Nova that a valuable coppermine had juft been difcovered near eighteen leagues diftant from Louif on the Ifle of Cape They write from that King of the a powerful Indian was arriveJ to hold a conference with General Murray the fubject of trade and it was he intended to embark in a man of war for The Egmont cutter has taken a lloop from Jerfey to on board of which were found up wards of nine hundred guineas and a Aim in On the 16th at her feat at near in the 85th year of her ige5 Ladv youngeft daughter of Lord fon of the firlt Earl of relict of Lord Richard and aunt the prefent a his We the entertainment rind ball at t e ManuOnhoufe next will be as eiecint has been feen feveral years and many persons cf diftinction are expected to honour the prefent worthy Lord Mayor on the faid Sheriffs Charlwood and ICennet will alfo give elegant at their reibective upon Tuefday and Wednefday in EafreV Yefterday morning thirtynine hundred weight of Irifh haltpence were fliipped on board a vdfel at the for A fine newthird rate man of war will be readv to launch in a few days at tu be namedthe in honour of his Highaels the younp Prince of Saturday night during the reprefentatiou The Deuce is in at Drury lane tkf a lacy in the boxes juft as who plavt d the character ojfPrattle was entertaining Emily with all the affected jargon peculiar to the faculty imme diately upon obierving the ladys misfortune he called for a glals of in the ch racter of a handed it over to Evej y one appeared fatufied with his readinefs of tiioug t and the houfereibunded with Well Dcctoi Saturday morning about one cr tv o the poft boy carrying the crofs ni 1 from Salilbury to Bath and was attacked ;