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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 27, 1766, London, Middlesex N T H U R S D A M A R C H coffee March TH E Committee for the for the Canadian fufferers by at having thought pixjper to fulpend their application for lome time lait Friday tkc and Hanway lie ng deputed for that purpofe waited on the and preiented the of theie our new fellow 1 hela gentle hie n were very gracioufly afid had the ho naur to kite his Majeitys hand in proof of fcisRoyal gave towards the relief of the pcro unhappy Many of thefe peo ple are in a ftate the more peculiarly as this misfortune befel them fo the ftagnation of their ft fcarcity of a fufpenfion or currency of their paper and all the other Calamities of None of their or or could be iflfured and the fire broke sut in the houfe of an Endifh Since the loft publication ef The Right the Marquis of Rock ingham has given 100 o The Right the Earl of Dartmouth John Efq Jonas Efq Thomas William Eiq John Efq Jlidor Linch Charles Efq Edward Eiq A T Richard Efq Francis Efqj Robert Efq Peregrine Efq by the hands of Stret tel Afkell Birch Richard Ruffel Subfcri ers 50 S 5 20 10 10 20 10 2O IO IO 5 5 10 O 5 S i i 10 IO 157 10 0 5 1 i 0 IO 1 I Z 20 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 3 o 6 o o o and tordyce Hen and Son Bland and Barbel and Hoggart and Smith 3 and Ayton George and Wil liam in Fuller and Cope in Birchin Sir George and Sir Georse Colebrookc and Thread and Richard Sir Francis Gofling and Robert Child and Jofeph Hankey and James and Thomas Andrew Drummondaiid Charfng Back Da and Now pubiilhed by tbe KINGS Price ha5f bound and Illuftrated with54 a Lift of all the Tweaty Pound Frrtfcs in the laft Stare Lottery at one priated on aroyal heet of and all the other Prizes in Lift THE LONDON MAGAZINE GENTLE Per the year A work of the greateft importance and utility to the and chufe to underftand the aittire of our conftiru tton in church and ftate j aa4 highly entertaining to all ranks of Primed for in Paternofter L0NDOK for February with an exacl repreientation of ikat extraordinary the American Arma now in the poffeflton of Lord South well from a drawing of Paillons alfo x map of by Kitchen and contains whatever has appeared notice in parti cularly the pro and on the American lampact fome account of the new comedy called the Clandestine with the Prologue and by ttl Antwand correct Antwancl correct map of 15 miles round is now engraving at a very great on a large whole heet and will gratis in the London dity is CATALOGUE of the and elega A CATALOGUE ot ttie genuine ana eiegant LIBRARY of JOHN Efq of Sunning Hill latrly deceafed containing a good col leftkm ot clafficks ami mifcellaneous books with the greateft number of the belt and fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in any one colleclion in this and in the iineft condition tikewHe many the brft and varelt authors which will begin to be fold by Auclio By S A M U At his houfe in On Monday the jift to continue die ten following beginning evening at fix The books may be viewed this vad every day to the time of Catalogues to be had of the following bookfeltrs Pallmall Charingcrols Corn hill 5 Mr Templebar in the near 1cmpiebar nnd place of I S E ivi h N THE Publication of The FOOL of to be deferred until the 3d of the letters ftSned PUPPET FRiENDand WELL WISHER te the CITY of HATER of IMPUDENCE SNAP SHORTO WILLIAM ROGERS CONSTITU To the P R I N T E N France we fee all the melancholy attendant on ie laft hadow of national freedom is trod under the feet of tyrannical Minifters and a brave people muft bow the knee to an encroaching admini wko leok down with a contemptuous eye on the laft remains of the French They trample on the liberties of the people with an un 1 equalled defpife the dignity of I and contemn the learning of the bar They con fine the Members of Parliamentof Britanny in pri and prefs the Counfellors into the will not permit the moft decent remonftrances to approach the and barricade the palace ag tinft the moft fubraiflive Although I compaflionate thefe moft dinging mi feries of our unfortunate yet I cannot but regard their melancholy as a beacon creeled by Providence in our in order to warn us to beware of the firft inroads on our happy We are as yet in the full pofleflion of that vvhofe lofs the iflfulted French now fo ftrongly The laws reign in and our Parliament governs by thofe Our defirous of re dreffing every uneafinefs of his changes his Minifters almoft as often as the feafons appearances yet we witnefs divifions among us which threaten every ill a free people can We muft however acquit our Sovereign can with any femblance of accufe our Parlia mentof fomenting troubles which they drive to The fault is and in our We and canton ourfdves into partiesj each party driving to for their particular an unjuft preference of their interefts to the interefts of the The Americans feek a total exemption from taxps laid on by the Supreme and the cyder counties infill on an immunity from excifes equally foes to an impartial diflributjon ofpublic they attempt toeoaciliate to themfelves a partial to the prejudice of the public and our no lefs partial by factious patronize demands which their duty to the nation commands them to We readily that in private families every partial extentioii of favour to one whereby that child is indulged in liberties not conceded to the immediately lights up the fire of and plants difcord where mutual atfedtion formerly bound all in one tlate of In nations the fame effect rauft be confequeait of the fame caufe j for human nature is every where the and detefts all par tial Kingdoms are but larger fami and whatever practices will difunite a private muft certainly occafion conibuftions hi the That which all the hu man race afpire will not fuffer without in to obferve one fubjecl preferred to an other in matters of common Mankind can not quietly digeft fuch crying The fup port of the by the payment of is equally the duty of for this none Lould be allowed to flip their necks out of that which obliges them to lay their houlders to a wag which all perfons ought to Nor fnould one be indulged in a ceflation from when the united ftrength of the whole is hardly fufficient to compafs a neceffary purpofe of utility to And would our new minifters pay a proper attention to thefe invariable rules of diltributive weihould foon fee all our animofities buried in that where all lion ell men vvifli to fce them If an impartial animated by thefe laudable dictated our mirifterial we hould have no occafion to quote the proceedings of Greece and in order to that all the ci tizens of one ftate ought to be fubject to the fame th humble homebrewed ale Or what reafon can be wby nil the filhjefts of One crown mould no be equally free but the true motive of fo inju riou an arrangement is not to he ought for in rea fon for reafon never directs partial fo of peace and Reiblutions of that nature are the acknowledged offspring of FAC reaches an extention of favour to all of the fame but excludes the reft of mankind from the fame But while our Miniftry fubmits to he guided by a penfioner enjoys no refponfible nothing can be expected from them but that diftraciion fu prevalent ifl theii a growing among the and at laft a general contempt of a government influenced by fuch an unconftitu tional When the Prime Mmiftcr is vetted with an office which renders him refponfible to the public for thofe advices he gives in his head muft anfwer for the honefty of his heart that the PEOPLE qf Great Britain will eon tinue to prefer a minilter who acts to one who does an Lloyds z6 A C A R ALPHAS cornpliment to little a Alpha hopes foon to convince little that he hath already learaed not only from ALPHA to but ailo from ALEPII to O L ON p The is fhiled fron Ccwes for with the Right Mon of The frum South is ar rived at The Fair Minflnllj from South Caro is ai rived at The from Norrh i ar rived at is the fei of j It i that there be Ibis ek wtt be pu In Two price in or THE HISTORY Sir GEORGE In Printed for in the StranrL Ibis day Correftly printed on a good paper and In twelve large volumes price Adorned with a HEAD of the defigned hv THE WORKS of HENRY Efn viith an ESSAYon the LIFE and GENIUS of the By ARTHUR Efq of Printed for in the Sirand Where may be An edition of HIS pnnted on a royal in f ur volumes Price hand b9Uiid Five G modes of contribute equally to the ordi nary expences of and ubinidivey re ceive from the fame fupreinc irgilature the necelThry orders for collecting Regulations fo very pi da and o necefiary to be attended to in every well go verned would never be difputed at our Council if faction had not reared her hydra head amongour by her infufrerable drowned the voice of reafon and A wife and heneft miniilry would never approve of i in their own nature tending to kindle in Britain the flames of civil We are one from the banks of the Mifliflippi to thefurtheft extentof the charter of the EaftIndia Company in iubjecl to one uprenie and by our fundamental laws entitled to the fame Why thwi hould America hope for the uncommon pi ivilege of encountering that legiflat ve power in matters of taxation Why hould tixopu lert comities contend for a repeal of the im poiing the frmll additional duties on and a foul exemption from excife laws why mould our inconfiderate miniftry without refant ment hear fuch extravagant demands An iniquitous partiality could only dictate thefe diftinguifked re and a bafe compliance witii Unreasonable humours alcne perftiade their being liltened If the excife laws tlvy are generally acknow iedged to be unprecedented violation of Kntdirh why is not the whole kingdom relieved thefe provoking grievances But why mould the cyder counties alone be enfranchifed from thole marks of if they are juftly denominated fuch What particular good quality is theie to be found in the juice of the that it infpirts the drinkers of cyder more noMe fenriment or li than tiiey who quench their I peachment may teach him that he i the which decks him with power arid titles for the maintenance of the dignity of the ftate and a juft concern for his own fafety will natmally impel j in all his to consult die lafeycf the But is it fo with an unplaced Penlioner Moft certainly A perfon out cf cilice is under no tie to the public he cannot be obliged to anfwer to the nation for his private opinion n any cafe nor can he be called to an account for that of politics which is adopted in compliment to his fenti though big with the greateft ablurclities hii private condition hades him from an and prefehts him with an unbridled licence of ad vifing according to the of his or without regard to the good of the His as a renders him moft jultly Can we entertain a good opinion ot cue who riots in the fpoils ot the and accepts the nations money without being in the fervice of the nation Charity to a worthy man in may in fome csfes advife thediverfon cf the treafiares of the kingdom into a channel ordinarily fo foreign to our national interefts but under what colour can the continuance of that penfion be when the caufe of granting it no longer exifts And what judgment hall we make of aperfoa when grown pillages the Trsafury annually of large inertly becaufe a grateful and beneficent Sovereign was pleafed bountifuHy to fupport him while in dif trefs Such a man to be when his ctrcum ftances changed from poverty to would fpeedily give up a which the mod hardened effrontery only could engage him to grafp If he really was endued with that boafted regard tor this nation which he he would be very loth to load the kingdom with fo tmneceftary a If or even that modefty fo natural to men ordinarily found an afylum in his he would now heis pofiefled of a princley to glut his avarice by the rapine of taxes railed out of the of our induftrisirs Is uch a man fit ta guide the guiders of the ftate A Mi niftiyfubmimvtrtofuch leading them felves unworthy of the high plnce thy the fevereft cenfureupon tlvrown abilities and if the exprefiion is living atiresupon and the cr th And what muft the people tliinkofan Ad miniftration whw hold themfelves to thcap In wha degree of eftimation can a fenfible people regnrd nifters whofe plans are formed by hofe councils give too much encouragement to tumul and whofeiyftein appears to be fo disjointed and futile MANLIUS Leters Epigram en a re cent InteUigenes or To the YOUR IMPARTIAL CORRESPONDENT from Ri chards defiring to be informed of the on which the Nolh America mer chants went in large cavalcade to Weitminfter laft Tuefday the Bill for repealing the Stamp Att received the Royal Ailcnt Pray inform the that the principles of duty and rsfpefi to their Soveuign induced them to make a public appearance on that The prelervaticn of the colonies to Great and the revival of the trade and navigation of thefe muft furely juftify their meeting in the and cbfmg that memorable day with fome marks of The bounds of decency and incumbent on loyal fubjecls and good were ftridtly No no difturb ed the peace of the although the illuminations weie and the ringing of bells The invitations by were byneceflity much on account of the narrow pace of the Princes which by the politenefs of the Duke of Ancaiter was entirely referved for the North American HI en bants otherwife the proceflion might have reached from the Royal Exchange to lo peneral was the and fo nume rous were the inhabitants of this commercial metro pjlis intereited in the repeal and as one proof of theYiumbers concerned in this great the pnb lic ought to that a petition to parliament during the was in a few by of the principal traders As to the gentleman who has had the arduous tafk of gliding this moft important national and firmnefs and been in ftrumentai in defeating the intentions of vliyfe ivhofe meafures muft have inevitably produccd i civil war in this kingdom in the colonies I doubj iot but his rtneclins muit ever be to his and I his nrauly conduri will a memorable Example cc his as wtll as 10 alteration in the late tax beer as was generally for and ex At a meeting of land and lait week at it was application be made to this leiHon for an act to make a navigable cannal from hc at or Stours through minfter Te iver Se itince to there vo cr vler and Jtnkj aiai tj 1 Shnrbc the join the canal intended to be made between io the county cf Deri and the rfv and opLn a communication between the three great ports of aad Yeiierday a Court Martial was alTemhkd at Portf mouth en board the foe ril late cf his Msjellys hips in cuitd about four the lame Attar an examination cf the evidences on both he vuy honour ably acquitted and the Court M irtial ii fur ther as their that he had in every behaved like an able and good and worthy of the command that had been repoied in On Tuefday at a Committee of the Governors of Bartholomews Carter and Hall agreed to Prve that hotpital with beef at two twv a and mutton and attwc flnllings and fourpence per from Ladyday t0 Michaelmas The bags of letters which were apprehended to be taken from the between Wanninfter and on morning were found on theSunday evening and it n that the boy got he immediately committed te where he is to in order to be pummed civil of parliament di On Monday laft a hrge was made on board a vefle below London of French fiiks and tj the amount of upwards of Vve are that the late unfortunate who died on fupned on Sun day night at a relations in New Bond and went away about twelve at night contrary to the I advice of his friends on When he gos near the Angel his horfe took fright and threw him and dragged him by his foot a wsy The horie being at lait Brown was taken up and carried to j the where lie di d on Fuefday It aid he to his ipeech afliorctime btrlTe hs the wife of a in was found d t tie i1 ner bedchamber and this iut is to fit at the JluePult in o take on the Yeltijday morning an Iriihman having Dme words with a at the Blue Boar in Rotrnary he truck her o violent a with a pint pewtar over the that he fracturedher ikull for which being carried the j Lord he to 1 ic poor was with hope of London H Veiterduy the Right ttie Lord Mvyor h eld thtgejitrai quarter feilions of the pexce a Guild when a woman was and for j ftealing lome wearing Several new conlta j bles were worn into Yelterday a man by the birring Alderman at conim itted to for ten for wearing fevcra profane evening Jail the brother cf a perfon now in charged with highway was takea into ami examined Sir John on fuluici n of ebbing of David of watch and Tome on Friday night near Tyburn and afier a Ion wts ng At Hereford artizes hft week Philip Vuirhan and Thomas at the were ordered to be tranlponed for fourteen years David Williams and Wiliam for Jeven years j j three were burnt in the hand and four this afiize a remarkable trial was brought on before Karon wiiercin Joi7 a oldier in Lord Waldegravcs was and a quartermafter and to a troop in the faid reri The cafe was this While this regiment lay in his Lord hip gave a pair ot gaiters to each of his men ths defendant having the diftribution of delivered out the lame butwihout mentioning thera as his Lcrd ihips and charged hi troop a appro priating the to his own When tiie re giment returned to the men found they had been but none dared to fearing the diOleaiure of their till years whilft they were quartered at tliis man the ft id quarterniElter to rhe money he had fo exacted from him being him into arui j three days after held a of two erthrts i inferior who entenced him to receive two hundred one half uf which vere fevtrclv in flidedon him but the of trjni htrr ing the generoiihv manding and got his fsntence t out of the Uaon hraring te the Jury gsve then verdicl for the uLiin with and cofts cf ir Charles of horfeitciiin Saliibury and received fentence of repritbed for j and Irn Chivers wa alto of a like i ordiiid but ths ritae is not veir ;