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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 20, 1766, London, Middlesex The and New Daity MAY From the POL txWijvse Sale of T H f G A T z A N b JL Jfew DAILY joined to tbf varlet tfebeameli through which it pajfes has lately bern iht mettxfif detecting fo many untl of ap prehending fo that it may bt give THIS PUHLIC That fir tlie nil informatians of this jtnt to B o vv s T R E E bjcill bt conftantly iaferted in i HIS and ij SUCH are properly attended to by j ROK E R J E W L L K IL VE R S MIT H STABLE gUVHRS OF SECONDHAND few robberies idI iff ape deletion if ALL PERSONS make ufe of the feme iraper to advertife their 1 Tbe WARNINGS from And every thing lafl or in or tsy are for immediate tttfpatch t9 nil fifaer by the printer of this H A V M A R K E 3y Particular Defire of foveral Perfons of AT THE KINGS in the THIS the soth of will be per formed a favourite ferious called The Mufic compofed by With Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de This Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex MAKYBONEG A R THE mufical entertainments will continue every evening during the Summer Admittance one hilling each The doors to be opened at five and the mufic to begin at half an hoar after This Day is Handfomely printed in two Price bound WHITELOCKEs DISQUISITIONS on the GOVERNMENT of by nnd Being his Notes upon the Kings Writ for of 13 Now firlt original j by CHARLES Printed for in the BOOKS to be SOLD Tbis dcy is CATALOGUE of SCARCE and VALUABLE many of them fuperbly bound m andRuiTu in which is included a fine collcftian of law confuting of feveral thouiand volumes in all arts and and va rious in fine condition which will begin to be fold wry cheap the loweft price printea to article in the catalogue for ready money D0 Monday the s6th and continue on fale till all are fcy Vf ILLIAM book oppofite Of whom may be had the full value in ready money for any library or parcel ot Catalogues to be had of the following bookfellers Pallmall in Bond ftjeet Charing crofs in the Strand Temple bar Pauls churchyard Cornhill the bookfellers at Oxford and Cambridge j aad at the place of Ibis day is Elegantly printed on a fine irt three price bound a new edi tion being the fourth corrected and k FLACCI ad PISONES et With an Englifli Commentary and To which are added Critical Dif On the Idea of Univerfal Poetry On the Provinces of Dramatic Poetry On poetical Imitation 4On the Mirks of By the H U R preacher to the Society of Lincolns Printed for in the Strand and and at ere be in 3 price i withLetters on The Moral and Politi vyii m bound On the Ufes s price Letters on Chi jp4 price The above the Idea of Uni v Jti may be had price when clean and with their white and are greafeft ornament to the nobls either and nothing more to be avoided than the Richard at tiie in near brought his Royal Opiate to that perfectiori and tfiatitisnow cenftantly yfei by fome of the greateft perfonages in this king 4pms and he hurably method of acquaint fntg Mobility and that he has appointed in to difpofe of it the convenieiicy of the city alfo at his own fhsp at a It the fcurvy oat 6 the teetii and imites the gums to the and gives a very agreeable whitenefs to the latter i it off that pale livid colour the fcurvy on the gums and gives them aliyely blooaiing prefertes both to is of an agreeable tafte Irhell and as its refits the it will keep in any climate tnany Proper directions and brufhes for its with all forts of the richeii moft curious per goodi ailis uu May NOTICE h hereby that the annual ge nerai meeting of his Majeftys Lieutenancy of the county of will be held on the ayth at eleven oclo k in the fore at in purfuaDt to the directions of tlie a6t of parliament relatinpta andffrthe therein AT near Richmond in by TAYLOR and Youth are care fully ancl expeditiouily initructed in every xeceffary accomplfnment for the public of or commercial plentifully fuppied with wholeibme decently accommodated with and all other at twelve pounds per For pleafe to apply to Tall in Long Weitminlter in Car nabyftreet at the in Vil lers Yorkbuildings in Hog Sohoj in Black Friars j in Grange Bennoiidfey j in BiflToplgateftreet or tu at Jonathans from ten to Taylor will attend from ten to twelve at FurnivalVinn coffee till the td of when Le intends to fet out for the 7bis day is price Dedicated to DAVID Eiq Ornamented with a Head of the late elegantly THE LIFE of JAMES Including a Hi lory of the Stage during his Time i and interfpei fed with many curious Anec dotes of the principal Berformsrs wth a genuine and authentic Copy of his laft Will and To which are QUINS or the Face tious Mans Pocket Companion containing every Species of and Repartee with a complete Collection of properly Printed for in Paternofter Either Quins Life or Jefts may be had price eath This dcy is price A CONFUTATION of Bifhop HARE s SYSTEM of HEBREW METRE i In a LETTER ti the EDvVARDS in anfwer to his LATIN By ROBERT L O W T London and aad Chaplain in Ordinary to his Printed for in the Strand and in Of whom may be Lowths Letter to the Biutop of 4th price Lowthde Sacra Poefi He price Notaead price A fhort Introducaon to Engliih Grainmar the one en a fine price bound the other lor price in Lowths Lite of zd price Lowths Affize price 77 is daj is In one large Volume price bound being the molt complete on the fubjeft ever m any METHODICAL SYNOPSIS of MINERAL WA A TERS being a work of twentyone thinks it greatly neceltary to inform the gentbmen of the that he attends flis houle in Great ivery to inftruS their pupils in the me thod of applying his new invented elaftic tor the cure of in the groins of both fexes and a bandage to fupportfhe ligaments of the womb for the preventing ruptures in or oher parts of the and they re quire DO attends ptrfons afliiiled with letter or Brand Attends after tnal for years in of the various truues and bandages uied in Britainand France upon he invented thefe illaftic have baffled the greatitt geniufes that ever attempted them before comprehending above a6a of the molt celebrated medicinal bath cold and of Great Brij and betides many other parts of the wherein the feveral impregnatiig minerals being previeully and their chzracteriltics each water is reduced to its proper genus and befides the parti cular analyfisj the and abufes of the are in a method entirely new j with a far more diftmft and ample account of the and copper than has been Interlperfed witli tables tending to throw light upon this intricate fubject nmi abftracls of the principal authsrs who have treattdon mineral waters and the accounts of in the acls of the feveral learned focieties in are collected and properly By JOHN Printed for in Ludgate Where be had Medical and by a Society of phyficiansin In 2 Price bound Schombergs Abridgement of Van Swietens In i price bound Schombergs Treatiie on the Colica or the Dry price Smiths phyiiotogical and on the nature and cir the and the elfefts of bloodlet price Allens Synopfis Medicinse a Summary of the whole Practice of Phy la two price1 bound Lewiss Experimental Hiftory pt the Materia or of the rfatural or artificial fublrances made ufe of in medicine 5 containing A cdrtipindious view of their natural an account of their pharma ceuuc and an estimate of their nVedicinal In i price For the letters figned A GENTEEL BEG and A Description of the of He lena To the PRINTED of the H E German claims upon this na amounted to above eight millions of when GrenviSle the appointing of for examining thefe who were employed for near two years in that difa greeable and during that time have made great variety of reports on that which de monftrates at oirse their and tin ra pacity of the German The infinite trouble thefe gentlemen have given themfelves in that lias ended U that lefs than one eighth part of the claimed debt only ii found to be due from we form a judgment how unrnefcifulfy we have been pillaged in tbofeotheibiWfronj that quarter which were paid without any examination j and are the many millions demanded by Germany dur ing the late for the honour they did us in per mitting us to fave them from French The by the of your correfpondent objeft to this fettlement of tliofc Chat the decifion of I ought riot to be regarded as becaufe there was not an equal number cf Germans in this nomination afking us at the fame if we would reft con ten ted with a fentence pronounced by Spa rmnts in the cafe of the ranfom of or by Frenchmen in that of the Canada bills and pre tending that the fame Which would influ ence us under tkefe circmnftrvices to be diffatisfied with the decree of fuch partial ought to be eiteemed a fnfficient foundation for fetting afide the determination of Engliih commiffioners in the caufe Jateiy agitated between England and the Germans in our iervice during the late What heads thefe gentlemen who ima gine that there is any fimilarity between the German claims and our demands on France and or between the circumitances of the German claimants with refpecl to and thofe of Britain with refpecl to other foreign powers Has Honelhis confuiered that the German Claimants are private men in our fervice What government ever thought themfelves obliged to treat with their own fervants as independent powers be have to each other Let us turn the and fuppofe that a fubjeft of or one hundred of our eYigaged to ferve France or the Ensprefs Queen in the quality of providers for thole armies Would France or the Emprefs Queen think themfelves obliged to fubjeft the de arifing from thefe contracts to a commiffion coaipofed in whole or in part of Britifh fubjecls I believe Every fovereign power has aright to infill that private perfons contracling with them as volunteeis in their are underftcod to Ifubmit themfclves to the jnflice of the nation with whom they This is fo common a O I that it is amazing your couid and fuppofe tliat fuch hiriiiiijs are entitled by the law of nations to the regaid tue from one in dependent Hate to We many fo reigners in our I all of them mult fubmit to the decisions appointed by our in all relative to their re fpeSive employments nor do I believe that Honef tus quote one precedent in which any other regulation has taken It is indeed that in Weftminfterhall a fo reigner has a right to be tried per mediates or by a jurj7 composed of fix denizens and fix fo But this is a courtefy granted to foreign ers by Jaw of England in Englifft which they are not entitled to by the law of or by the cuftom of any other independent This is a compliment which our law gives to gers in but they have no right to exaci it by the law of every private man is underftocd to fubmit himfclf to the judgment of the country into which he And in every private man entering as a vo hmfeer into the fervice of a foreign fubmits wish refpecl to that to the Cave reign jurifdiilion of the with whom he en and nvuil accept of his adjudication as with relation to all difbutable matters from thence To fprnd time in proving this would he wailing ink and paper to no pur The cuftoms of all nations are to this and excepncn can be fhewed which favours the adverfe I mean by tins argument to orto that the partial or unjuft determinations of our if any fuch are unfortunately ought to be I hope final injuilice hall prevail in this But there is no reafon tlisnce to i that this late mult be dragged to a fo reign by her German or con tractors for Supplying our armies in that Would it be would it be that the deliberations of our commiffioners for examin ing German claims fliould be clogged by the inte reftcd oppofition of the little agents of puny Ger man accuitomed to a blind obedience to their arbitrary mafters Moft certainly The fubjecls of England are bred to They are ufed to do right to each and by difpofed to give judgments among as the circumitances of the cafe Is it fo in Germany Who is tfeat the very reverfe of prevail there An abfolute ftibmif fion to the will of the Lord of the fmalleft diftricl in the empire is the creed and law of that Is it fit that our national and national juf fhould be confided in fuch or that an equal number of Germans fliould be fet up to en counter Englifli commiffioners in matters in which our ftate is bound to receive laws from none I hold him unworthy the name of an who would anfwer this queftion in the We aje an independent and the firlt Itate in Europe and for the honour of my country I muft that our conduct in national concerns hall never fubjecled to be can vailed by Gir Lman or or Germans of any call them what you If our German contractors are his Ma jeftyt privy or a commiffion of is open to their There the milbkes of our conjmimoners may be reclined in u regular man to the honour of my 1 mult that ftrangers have never found it difficult to obtain juftice in a country enured to the prsclice of The determinations of cur relative to Dutch captures in the late j are avery recent and Itrong idcnce of laud able partiality in favour of which lias has always been fo prevalent iu though cannot reafonably fear iniquitous i treatment in a kingdom which looks on with fo favourable an itoop to the diigrace of fuffering the dtpeadents of German princes to interfere in any matter fo nearly concerning cur While we are jult we muft alfo bt juit to ourfeves and maintain that diitiiiclive reputation of for which this nation his always been fo jufiy As the general of cur difpolitian always runs itrongly in favour of fo allb foreigners in at this enjoy many advantageous prepcfleflions in their can This miniftry courts the fmiles of the Germanized who plunged us into the German aad of confequence will be glad of every opportunity of patronifmg a caule fo dear to the idol they adore efpecially when any llur may be thereby threw on an appointmnt of the late adminiitration ib that the Germaii claimants have nothing now to fear from prejudice againft a whcfe defence has already coft us fo great a profufion of biood and They may f eak and nobody will be more ready than myfclf to wifh them all of juft Only I cannot that Eng land fhould be judged in an relatingto our internal juftice ty foreigners of any The regard I bear to my native country will not permit me to approve of fo flagrant a prcititution of of her honour and AN letters ars received 2 A Lover of lYuth and Candour To the MASTER liUTCHERS of G E T M E i S I mngine yea have a tendernefs for the lives of your fellow equal to any clafs of I net cf your to put any fchme that hall be offered to preferve into and i onvince mankind you would ifpoffiblf the cvi o loudly complained cf to the utmoit of your Permit me to fugceil the caufe remove the in fcme nieaiure may It s toeverr one that remarks your fervants druing cattle througk the that they abufe and itrike rnd tat in parts that muft put them to the excruciating I mean the ancle or the tip cf the horn I lay they ilrikethem en thofe by with a or Itick at the to fit iv their dtixtfritj the little brutes that fol low at the heels of calves and lambs have their knotty weapon thefe take their are as much if they can make the knob and the ancle of the beait as a fportfman would be in bringing down a partridge with a finale I have been a fpeclator of this time out of and my remonttrances to them have been not I a rifmg in my to put the law of retaliation in Permit to mention one ipltante Some days ago I followed of thefe armed as attended by a little Jackall for his fiye equally j the cttle were quietly turning down Kent the villain took the as one of them made n iip with its hind to fetch a blow at its that all around thought he had unhoofed it uie crea through the exquifienefs cf the ing down the cvertunung sl in it to the no fnail diverlion of the t nnd the hi at I cannot be j broJglit ht have krcwiedge cf j therefore liiat as a ether e u tYjy nrgiir be almoit as quietly as are on high g onci n rbeir tc y e cruel and to j u it cf when out to torture oblige them to provide thnfeives with not fuch as fome of them have for are aimo as bad as weapon I have already mentioned but one fixed in the end of a tout fuch as the anglers ufe fo that if they do iJrike at or fluir favou rite it will fly into and be put to the expence of a new One other mean of keeping them quiet permit me to nciie of the driving of may To as tliey ir the tints and drovs y ot your ilrvants and ap them go fiiter than they commonly do on which may fret aul lieat them tt a man or boy he appointed to go before to keep theia and thus between two they nny be kept to a B To the PRINTER of the GAZE r T E E R WHEy your contiipondcnt reads Garricks epitaph on Quin with an to that great I the poet has in and that by a trope in rhetoric called meto one relative or dependent word u frequent ly placed frr I am well perfuaded her can dor will fee obfcurity in the which lie now thinks exceptionable and I beg leavw to fubjsin whole of tlie paiiage I refer to froia that Sophronia may fee that that line is al moft in the words of Garricks inimitable maiter and JwttffJ the in mortal as 15 alij the iullruilive lenon conveyed in lie up the flcull of the kino his which the erave digger thrown to and it to his frieivl breaks our o che foiJoivi ous Alas poor Von 1 I Ilnra a itiliw innnite dls j moft excellent he hath borne on his back a how ajnorrxd in my uit My grge Here I have I knovv nor how toe lips be your c rli your ftafacs Of th wo t to table on a roar Not one now to mock your own grinning Qun9 chopfallen Now get you to my ladys and teli her paint an inch to tkit tl mujl come make hir laugh at I i A I I L L ;