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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 31, 1766, London, Middlesex etteer New Da MARCH DRUR YL A N AT tUe Theatre Royal in D u L A N THIS DAY will be prefented PLAIN D E A L E The principal parts by Moo Mifs and With the W I T C H E COVE AT the Theatre Royal in THIS DAY will be prefented THEODOSItfS The FoRCt of L o v Smith Rofs Clarke Gibfon Gardner Davis Vincent Bellamy With GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver His NEW with the AD on Thurday evening next The doors to be opened at fix to begin exactly at Boxes Pit Gallery Tlae FIRST NIGHTs By To begin exactly at half an hour after of THE LIBRARY of JOHN of Sun ningHill lately decealeci confifting of the greateit number of the bell and fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in any one collection in this Likewife many of the rareft and bell Spanifh By SAMUEL At his hpufe in Catalogues to be had price at the place of day is price In One Volume CONFESSION ALi A Full and Free 1 Inquiry into the and of eitabliihing Syftematical Confeffions of Faith and Doarine in Proteftant Printed for in Tbis day Correftly printed on a good paper and Tn twelve large volumes price Ado led with a HEAD of the defigned A by WORKS of HENRY Efq I With an ESSAY on the LIFE and GENlUb of the r By ARTHUR Elq of Lincoln Printed for in the Where edition of HI S WORK printed on a m four volumes Price hand foBiely bound Five This day is of AC T L o G u E o a valuable Collection ot BOOKS confuting of feveral Libraries and particularly thofe of the Thomas or of and William a very ingenious painter ot both lately collection comprehends near ten thoufand in various and in almoft every and many of them m the molt felling very the trce in tke and marked in the uril leafW every and continue on fale dai1 By BENJAMIN Removed to Horaces Fleet next WhiteFriars who gives the utmoflr value for any library os parcel of Catalogues may be had GRATIS at the place of fale and alfo of Pallmall 3 Rob fon in New Piccadilly Mr CharingttoTs m the Strand Richardfon and at the Royal Exchange Fletcher and Mr Prince at Oxford Meff 7 and Thurlbourn and Woodyerat For the letters A TOP GALLANT JJEDA CARDArf en EPIGRAM loft pat upon will be half fo ufeful as The King of Prufiia has reduced and keeps very few cavalry in proportion to his infantry he could never be able to keep up the large army he if it was modelled after the expenfive manner ours is that of regiments having four battaliions inltead of re gimenting every 450 as we is an immenfe The as foon as they perceived methods fuperior to their they renounced and adopted Hannibal having found cut the defects of his formed them into arming and making them engage after the manner of the and the vidtory at Cannae was the reward his An Old and a Welllifter to the To the LIBERTY cannot be if the manners of the people are nor abfolute mo narchy introduced where the people are fincere which is fufHcient to that thofe who manage free ought to the utmoit of their oppofe corruption becaufe both they and their government muft inevitably pe rifh and on the other the abfolute mo narch muft endeavour to introduce becaufe he cannot fubfift without It is alfo natural for all fuch to place men in power who pretend to love their and will depend upon their pleafure that poffibly it would be hard to find one in the world who has not made it the rule of his government and this is not only the way to but the moft dan gerous of For though a good man may love a good he will obey him only when he commands that which is juft and no one can engage himfelf blind ly to do whatever he is without re nouncing all virtue and becaufe he knows notwhether that which fhall be commanded con fident with or contrary to the laws of God and But if fuch a monarch be and his aftions fuch as they are too often found to be whoever bears an afFeclion to and feconds his declares hirafelf an enemy to all that is good and the advancement of fuch men to does not only foment and increafe but fortifies it in fuch a that without an entire renovation of that it cannot be re Ill men may poffibly creep into any government but when the worll are placed neareft the and raifed to honours for being they will with that force endeavour to draw all men to a con formity of fpirit with that it cannot be otherwife prevented than by dellroying and the principle in which they To be aftuated by the noble nrincipl GENERAL not pai tial will foon prove your fluffy who tak We hear Commodore Lorinjr is to of promoting the fmali fyuadron this rummer in he Gulf ct too mighty for j their the tale of the and can only live in the funfhine of a hot fummer We as 1 informed the mirniify pteci lately communicated bv fome Welt will fnort reilurc trade to its iifuation are inform id that the u fai amount o the i S the pay of the army is at pre fent under give me leave to offer a few upon and the army in general the pay of the Captains and Subalterns j Of is certainly too fmall but I think the army might be better rendered more fervice the pay of the and near and the at no ad ditional I think there could be no grum bling at L government taking the ha fpay from vhVe oicers that never which area very confiJerabie and not likely to drop oft know abose 10 that are under twelve years few intend to come in again and and verv nnv through ftaid S hJL orient their their regiments were fighting abroad thefe would be to mention the leaft It would at firft appear a very great hardfhip were the ofhcers to receive no pay but when witlvtheir regiments if would fall upon thole gentle men cf the greateil mtereft and who do not want it if they mult have it would be better in any other department than in the army this would keep out agents and perhaps ftop thofe prertv upon getting a obtain two or three years leave of ab go poft and commonly upoa their return fell A few lifeguards muft be kept up for fhew 5 they might be made a fafe and eafy retreat fcr old and difabled who have deferved well of then country but what cccafion have we in an ifland like for heavy at an immenie their Cornets receiving as mach pay as a Major of they can be never To the F all our I dont know one that conduces his defigns with fo much artifice asyour correfpondent He firft fet out with efpoufmg the caufe of the poor but his whole drift feems to kindle fedhicn in the minds of the His 6th and yth letters plainly point out the part he and it is a great pity fo mafteriy a wri ter would apply his abilities to fuch bafe The Cloven Foot is not invisible and it is hoped this warning will caution him from proceeding too leaft he be taken notice of in a manner he will not To the THE gentlemen whs appeared in behalf of the j feem to carry things with an air j of very great triumph over who have pleaded 11 for vindicating the dignity and fovereignty of the J Saturday arrived a mail Jrom March In the night between the yth t yd 8th of this fome robbers broke into rifli church of Cutlet in the forced the door of the and from thence ftole the vi foir wherein was the facramental as alfo two one of which was filled with wafers for the and a filver after which they fcattered the consecrated wafers about the church The minifter of the pariih being informed of the immediately fummoned the cannons of the royal church of together with the faid minifter and the went in in their copes to tluj place of After having picked up the wafers and the particles which the wind or which had been trod un der foot by people who pafied that way before day the canons and minifter celebrated the Ibleran nials pro reparativne injuarum Sanclo Sacramento iliu In the afternoon there was a general pro after which they repaired a fecond time to the place of to make there the The officers of the royal and the corporation of the town aflilled at thefe cererao which were attended by a prodigious con courfe of March They write from there hath appeared in the Gevaudan another wild which hath already devoured and wounded many and anfwers the fame defcription as the fo long defolated that The nd of this the annual folenm pro ceflion in memoiy of the reduction of this capital to the obedience o Henry IV was The body of the city affiiled at this The Marquis de of thear mies of the died here the Ii aged fixtyfix John Lcuis le Prcfeflbr of Rhetoric in the College of died here the Mcrcb prince brother of the Kins1 cf is arrived here from The niHirirLge of Prince Albert of Saxony and the j Archdutchefs of is fixed tor the 9th of next That of the Archduke Ferdi which are iaiJ m he cd to oniy tils German eighteen per ot We are informed that th have received ad by the way Lord Ciive is landed at Bengal ant aiib he was in full with a body of Lveii Europeans and a conliderablt number of the triup of that for the city of the capital c the Moguls in order to reitore rhe he of that kingdom to his fathers They write from exclusive of i quantity of the French Goree 1 exporting upwards of twenty quctry and imnli together ivitff coait of Some explanations en the part of are faid to have been required by the hit te Lord George relative to the r u ligns on the African Letters from Peteifbiirgh that Majefty propcied a renewal of the Ruirbn company to Leghorn rmd the the direction of in Kirr chant and has offered to the under HI by the ot a um of By letters from Stockholm ter has bten remarksbl miidin SweJiin Letters from Mnrieiiies the that port is at prtfeut uiuch hanafTud by thi Letters from Honduras thit loswccu not been known fo icarce in the Bay for T paft j the Rio Ilonde was ahnoif e together with d had obliged two thirds of the ftiore feltlers to abandon the Extract oj a letter dai Harriot kit Jrst To ue we are now rekin j ouroaiS the decrees cf ihe mult either give lire and the or phuige them the g diftreis conrufion Gcd Fe fpirit the foiiiitr mav be the we may be reljcvtd prel fji irum our preicnt fcartity of among us is fcsrce credible it is gieatly able to rne to he in avoid itht this to the orders to fell but I know m I have a O nand with the Frincefs Beatrix of it is be declared at fame and the cere jncc eight days after they are j e j mother country over her colonies or emigrant memj j yerfion of wolfhunting at Altenburg on the frontiers j lately obferved to be pryin too much into the fe bers The z6th month the emperor took the dijs was pretty fiec nting at Altenburg on the frontiers j lately obferved whether any truej friend of Great Britain j of when he killed two of thofe J From receive forne if Lafc week above fourcore tons of ce been exported for North Yefferday arrivvd at her the r ths Stephen Friday Sail died Lady Charlotte only daughter of the Right the Earl o at Lordfliips honic in The is fafe at The from fafe arrived at Tlie I received fome damage by running foxil ji near We hear from that a w qnent in his vifits laii has the leaft mare in that I leave tube de termined by future One thing I glory as much as the winners can in their that j my feliowhibourers and I are yet our folid arguments are yet untouched by thefe fuperfi fhortfighted who exult in carry ing their without the leaft regard to the lift ing peace and lability of this I rejoice that I joined my teftimony with many other more digni fied againft a herd of American Enthu and their pernicious Let them boaft their their their oftentatieus the nets that never fail to catch the popular thinking acclamations of a deluded ea fily guided by feififli We will fay with that immortal pattern of true pa It is not in mortals to command Well do well deferve This language became the fteady upright contending with his lateft againft the com bined powers of a artful a po pular leader of an intoxicated and an al moft general defection of his fellows in his own and his remaininginfluence with fome the dignity of a dying com How diftrefsful muft it be lo his great to fee the maddened multitude adoring their deflroyer to hear the air ring with repented accla and fulfome praifes of the who ought to have been the objeci of their deteftation fubjefl is too the tale too melancholy to dwell Up0n the cool reflection of every true fon of Britain fuggecl the Yet let not thefe champions of America carry their boalts too We have of late heard much of the GLORI OUS of the NINETY and fo if ever there was a GLORIOUS I think it was on a late memorable morable to all while Britain preserves any annals or or lhall have hiftoriographers to inform diftant un equalled by any fince that GLORIOUS MINORITY which bravely toiled and tugged againft wind and to preserve the conftitution againft the united efforts of court influence time of that darling of the deluded mob then in How were thefe brave undaunt ed patriots borne down by courtinfluence How were they infulted and thieatncd by the rab the deluded populace For Hand ing in the to fupport the and dignity or and preferve the conRitutum pure and unbiemiftied to fucceeding generations MINORITY compofed of fuch Handing on the firm bafis of CONSTITUTIONAL th J of the a very fevere examin by the principals of the who it fetms him for a fpy but as he declared upon his hoV LONDON him for a ipy but as he declared upon his ho erch The King has been pleafed the remarks he had niade proceeded only frcm to conititute arid appoint Henry jofhuaj he was let at liberty In Henry Sir John j papers fcnmd upon were minuses rebtive t together with Eiqj in the room workmens privilege of carrying out the waftu of John Elq to be Commiilioners for the J ftrict charge was given at the vt to receipt and of the duties on B A N K R U P T John of the county of to furrender 5th and r9th of at eleven in the loth of at four in the at Guild fuller him to come into the yard any proper We hear thflt the fheathmg cf Clips cedar having lately been found very bene hcial in pielerving them from being elpecially in the WeftIndies all mips of war or dered on that be flieathedfor the future Jobn of in the pariih of in that manner it is will be a great Giles in the in the county of the and igth of and loth of at eleven in the at Richard in the pariih of Martins in the in the county of Middle dealer and an the 8th and i 5th of at ten in the andioth of at four in the at Rowland of Southwark in the county of dealer and the and 15th of and joth of at four in the at Thomas of in the parifli of Johns Southwark in the county of the 5th and izth of and lotli of at fcur in the at Days appointed for making the Dividends of Bankrupts eftatcs to Thomas Caleb and Sarah Rat cliff of Mancheller in the county of dealers theajthof at four in the afternoon by adjournment from the lyth of March at Kaac De of the 2id at four in the afternoon and not on the 8th day of as advertifed in the London Ga zette of the 15th inltant at Robert of t ay dealer and the of at four in the at William late of the city of mer the i4th of at four in the at the Golden Fleece in Certificates to be allowed to CJeorge ot the liberty of the Rolls in the county of dealer and or before the iyth ot John of the parifh of Saint Matthew Fridaylti and Matthias of Harwood in tle county of and on or before the igth of Samuel of wool on or before the igthof Yefterday there was a grand Court at at which hisMajefty was Her Majefty was not at being iurfiipoied with a cold Admiral Palliler is to fail by the lifteenth of next month for faving to the We hear the ijm of is agreed to be raifed at three per in order to payoff near fum of the out Handing Navy which now carry four per of the faid fum is to be by and by way of Th whole to bear intereft from Chrhtmas and it faid three great houfes iu the city have agreed to ad1 vance the We hear a parliamentary aid will be granted feflioas for extending the charity of the lyinginn Hofpital in A bill for the better regulation of the public markets in and the Borough of will be prefented to parliament this Theeftate which a jury is fummoned to ascertain the vaLie ot the ijth of April as before mentioned is tUe ground whereon the iate thiee per ofiice and Bank at prefent pay the Hoipital rer for the faid clear of ail which has about eighty years itiii Live There luth been lately a PC pi nary nesr and another ne mingham oblerve ana t ser of fuftering iucii fchoot5 in fuch lege of Jeiuits is to he feen airy day ings airing from The scknowlccU allowed number of priefts in the tythree but their real numbe re known be between fcur and rive few or no Papiils are to be found in froia Shropflnre to the indieycnd ti i vellers find no averfion to biit our moie famiirinfsd to their adopted name of and numbers of them drawn over every to the religion of their fathers as their con verters call In LancrJhire and Yorkshire is principal refidence cf the tituh Archbiflu ps Can terbury and who cannot he iuppoffcii ivuhout fome longings to full the palaces belonging o their alTumed as they yearly go about HJ excrcife their refpeclive funcl ons among the It moft tlrat all the proleiytes to Popery are the fon and daughters of the Church of and carce ever one gained frcin thof who from Saturday being Right the Lord Mayor and round ths city and otter public to ;