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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 29, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and T H U R S D A MAY From the THE exienfiveSale ofTus GAZETTEER AND NEW DAILY ADVERTISER joined to the varieti af channels through nulnch it bat lately been thj of detecting fo many and af ap prehending fo many that it may bt ffoptr to give THIS PUBLIC That far thi nil information of this to juaiil be couftantly inferted in THIS PAPER and ij SUCH INFORMATIONS are properly attended to by PAWNBROKER BUYERS OF SECONDHAND feiu rsbbertes tuill efcape deteffiox if ALL PERSONS make ufe of the fame paper to advertiie their loffes pjThe WARNINGS from mnd every thing loft in the or taj art for immediate difpatch filler bj the printer of this HAY AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the on Saturday the sift of will be performed n new called The Mufsc compofed by With new Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered That Day at the hid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their M A J E S TI E S No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the JThe gallery pit and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock Vivant Rex R A N E L A G H H O U S E ILL be opened ONLY on Wed and till further WHEREAS feme perfons have affected to in and have even infi nuated their DOUBTS in concerning the ve racity of the late QUERIES refpecttully Submitted to the caidour of His GRACE THE DUKE OF NEW by the prefent CHAMBERLAIN OF THE CITY OF LONDON He hereby CALLS UPON any perfon whatfoever to either in part or in the any thing contained in the faid wherein he claims a May Chamberlain of the Cily of MrAO be A curious large FOWLING X made by in be tween four and five feet one inch and half quarter in the The gun is that it may be ufed in fhooting flying is a fine gun for buf and fit to be ufed in a boat to fhoot wild As the gun is curioufly mounted with gilt and a gold touch hole and and the pan of the lock inlaid with the price is ten without w K YB O JSTE G A RLE N THE muiical entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one hilling each The doors to be opened at five and the mufic f at half an hour after The ufual road for carriages being rendered tmpafiabie and by the multiplicity of Lowe humbly begs the favour of the and to order their coaches o come by Oxford and down Welbeck treet it is fail and quite Proper lerfons will attend to direft the There s another good way down which omes into Marybone very convenient for and parts coach mm will find either of the above ways much the bed o with their t peat difference in the charge of molt tay to that I offer to the caufes fbme conclude lomtthing muft be I rljat rhefe mailers are obliged to take ir materials n to give the and fre intly meet with great I deal for ready which enables me to buy at a much would thofe gentlemen t to preferve my public character is the only de idance I have to maintain my by which iance may be made on my And fur that being fenfible on account of my low my materials and workmanfhip are more ically examined I make it my fixed rule to flick Try and not to defraud my ofe commands I might expect for the A frock faperfme middle half trimmed full filk breeches four thread woriled It would be needlefs treating on particulars as I have eftimates of 900 garments equally Letters anfwered by near the Black in firft floor to A D V E R TT S E M E iN THE WORKS of MICHAEL a memorable Poet in the of Eh Collected in the year and publifhed in one volume and in four volumes at the price of in now propofed to be fold either edition at and By DAVIS ami Overagainft Who have purchafed a few remaining Numerous are the by cotempa jary of the great genius of and the fvveetnefs of his His poetical descrip tion of England and ftands celebrated by Een Johnfon and as a moil accurate per formance the great SeMen illuftrated it with a Commentaryand later Antiquaries cite it as well for its for that infinite variety of carious fa6ts with which itis from mariufcript O OKS1 to be O L D C This is A CATALOGUE of SCAPCE and VALUABLE many of them fuperbly bound in and in which is included collection of law confuting of feveral thoufand volumes in all arts and and vi nous in fine condition which to be fold very cheap the lowelt price printed to each article in the catalogue for ready money on Monday the a5th and continue on fale tillaU are by WILLIAM book oppofite Of whom may be had the full value in ready money for any library or parcel of Catalogues to be had of the following bookfeUers Pallmall in Bond ftreet Charingcrofs in the Strand Teraple Pauls churchyard Cornhill the bookfellers at Oxford and Cambridge at the place of BAR D A N A HILL would be remifs to the public and not to name the advantages many have received this feaionfrom the ELIXIR of in rejnftating their health and ftrength after fits of the recruiting the wafted and giving firmaefs to the enfeebled After thefe benefits the patient mayalfo be that the fucceeding whenever it will not have its accuftomed fury or to the its over that Hifeafe has been long and is confirmed by cures without it is fold at in Paternofterrow and at at the bottom of in bottles at fijiuci by the and with printed This day is price or THE SECRET CORRESPONDENCE of Sir ROBERT CECIL with JAMES Kinoof Now firft publifhed By Sir DAVID Printed for in the Monday the yb of June bt In two price MEMOIRS of the MARCHIONESS DE POMPA Translated from the original en by Printed for in the Strand and in Where may be had the original in two This day are for a proper CHOICE of AUTHORS JLJ to form a which may both im prove and entertain the and be of real ufe in the conduct of Intended for thofe readers who are oniy acquainted with the English With a correct lift of proper books on the feveral Printed for at in j and fold by in and in New June wilt be Printed on writing in two very neat pocket price fewed in blue fTt HE ENGLISH CONNOISSEUR I Containing an account of whatever is curious m Painting and in the and Seats of the Mobility and principal Gentry of Eng both in Town and At few of it is well any Catalogues of the Cyriofities that adorn themcan be Printed fsr Davis and over againft Of whom may be Count Algarottis Eflay on printed in the fame price B w O O K This day is THOMAS PAYNES CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thaufand Volumes of good in all langaages and facul and in rine Catalogues to be had price at Frother Cornhill Childs coffee Pauls churchyard Fleet ftreet without Templebar Charingcrofs Rid Jaraess llreet Robfon and New Bondftreet of the bookfellers at Oxford and Ccmbridge and at the place of Tho next the Meufe St Martins where the full value is given for any or parcel of the httersfigned The more thinking Part of the Body of Shipwrights Fsenatorius Memoran dum loft To the PRINTER of the lENEVER I caft my eye on the prefent prevailing principles of the peopleof this kingdom whenever arniign their gieedinefs of and depravity of morals and whenever I examine into the la tent caufes of each I am fome times led to that the monied policy will be re duced fame unequal ftatein Great as it is in ipain that there will be only two ranks or orders of the the extremely rich and the extremely poor It be otherwife expecled for is not the Englifh at this very period playing much the fame game in the s what the Spaniards did two centuries ago the South The very idea of two ranks in a fufiiciently evinces the juft necemty of difcou raging the very introduction of fuch an without the though ever fo the arbitrary and diabolical effects of Every wife and civilized vvii always pre ferve a judicious medium intereft in the be caule that medium is the fole fupport of the ballance of Freedom and every infmuating ftep that leads to a contrary fyirem in this muft not be permitted while we have the leaft fpaik of liberty er virtue remaining in our It was the opinion of that the whofe people were neither too too was the This opinion is founded on an axiom which ftiould be held inviolably facred in every free government and muft therefore be fpecially necef fary in that of Great It is much to be la mented that our great philofopher did not afFign fome reafons to validate his fince we are led to pav fuch great deference to the authority of antient and whofe very by fome are revered even with a religious merely for their no had fome ftate in when he made the obferva tion for even in thofe diys there men who would dare to ride and men too were found that weremean enough not only to be but alfo to bear the fpur if they were at any time refractory and if they ffiowed the leafl marks of they auld fubmit likewife to be ftarved Our phi loloplur aw this and our philofopher was not only a but a patriot Extremes are destructive of their own principles and encouraged but by In fcarce any innovation is lefs It is con trary to the great rule of where we fee a juft and regular gradation through all her yet each concurring to preferve the harmony and free dom of the univerfal Whoever then pre fumes to adopt any fyftem to introduce extreme property among a is the worft enemy to the ftate becaufe his plan is in oppofitionto the Divine Law of Eternal Men never will endure it fooner or later they will redrefs and their refentment will be always in proportion to their They know they have a manifefted from thewifdom in all created to partake and enjoy the fruits of their and rejoice in the bleffings of Divine This right they will not tamely lofe as it is in fact their birthright being the felf fame creatures as their lords formed by the hands of the fame Creator and intitled to the fame privileges of Men who know all know their own and will not fubmit to be They confider their governors as their but will not wear their chains as their matters neither will they acknowledge minifters that are not be controuled by rulers that aye not It is a great folly therefore in any adminiftration to connive at caufes 1ubverfive of thofe natural privileges as it may be that whatever produces opnreflion does at the fame time provoke Extreme poverty conllantly fovvs the feeds of uifcontent and jealoufly againft its fuperiors and extreme wealth as invariably produces defpo tifm and oppreffien over its We too early crufh an evil that has already forced an entrance among under the fanc tion of minifterial nor watch too narrowly over caufes that may precipitate us into deeper Ariftocratical emolument is plebeian In Spain it is and in Swedeninfa Of all that is founded on the principles of ariftocracy is the nigft invasive of the natural rights of It is derogatory to the tenets of found and treafon to the whole of rational aflalfinating dagj j or mortally invisible are barely cri minal to extirpate the abettors of partial govern ment because they derive their motives irom rival the very Devils in the exercife of their Ariftocracy firft introduces ufelf in a free ceited pi njnn pc out of does evils n ho tjof fociety to or ate dangers no nt but that our evilare is a truth too feel is it in to be i l any man to ccnVradict facts connrmtd by and ridicule inhumanly poignant fiokndi and are pofitive evils and too felt by the Poor of this no withstanding hey are de nied with a mcdcfty no endabie and glad Should I it the voice of miferv was not to be heard but in Omega it is clamorous as well in our houSes as in the market were the ears of their op prefijrs but c pen to admit No fatire whatever en the of the times can be more juft and I than the I feveral bills of fare which have bejn occafionally pub limed in the comparing the particular prices of what each article bore at the period of their re fpeftive to what they bear at this time and it is to be they may he rvi with ceener at and held in greater As to my I cannot help looking up n them as tne valua ble mementos of English in a ereat meafure to the avarice of irJividual Were thofe preciciis legacies of our forefathers perity considered with any ilivre of ferioufnefs by our exdufve of moral they would at their and renounce their condufl but while they do not receive them even as much lefsas and leflbns they are that fpeak an eloquence irrefiltibly pathetic we are not to expscl any reformation but what mall be conipul I this I beg Before leave to tell that any nun the leaft I penetration may eafily fee into the real and literal J meaning of my 1cm are reaiiv and literally to procure redress for onr to intro j duce a reformation of among all ranks things too much I plead guilty to j his charge of inflaming the of the people hut it is for their own for their own for their own To inflame mankind a love of and a fprifof is f T no crime hicli men are en the lame level with A to our difpuies concerning A hat j fift on the re lot fo much by as by monopoly for the brmer is nothing more than the fervant of the iat each lover of liberty in this king the eyes of he ought never to clofe a ingle one while the increafe of individual property revails and it greatly behoves everv Minister to upprefs thofe encroachments on cur which i i me are daily invaded and to discourage alsb the enter j arizing fpirit of our engrofling oriental or the judgment of an offended God muft affurediy j i price of U heat here any f j immaterial to the later anJ iie y of a continual rra which I cKfy with his kaovir of the to difn fu r o pe j jo id1 m ithout harm t with bread now are r A at they rrSirm of lang over any nation that connives at meafures ter minating in hoitile actions of public and bar jarous No wife will ad mit in its fo far as it can poflibly prevent 11 the perpetrators of iniquitous or nailon derersof upitart fortunes for whatever is obtained y violent will be always productive of i j despotic Unhereditary exori j bitant in its and rapid in its is M dangerous and afpiring it makes us info and arbitrary and feldom to incur more dium than real To tempt the pofTellor of r anded intereic to part with his it will not hej I fitate to give Sixty years purchafe for it knows no l bounds in its as it never felt any labour in its quate i be considered as the bare cf f any when the I defoifean adnr V So No o a acquifuion and it triumphs over all competitor becaufeit commenced without If t is its eftecls in a private what is t o 1 Pray a pu made aiu ircrri their piit impartial the he As to the charge of about the price cf if my intelligence he not it was fold in Yorkshire at the price of the bufhel in the year 1731 and a years before it was fold at the fame and at the very fame For estimates of farmers be it there is no just or fixed rule whereby we rnny be as himielf juftly remarks for rents according to us and filiation for therefore we are to pay an thole be expected from if invefted with pubHc 5 nevertheless I would not exclude M r 1 a T I Is their nty No perloiial reflection wnatever is here meant 11 on the I love the virtues confpicuous in confpicuou fome of our upitart fortunes I love the fafety of England more and the that would not at any time facrifice the interest of private friend to promote the welfare of the public is not dfferving the protection of the laws of any coun For my own I acknowledge no connec tions that are not connected with freedom andowii no affinity that is not influenced by An op pofite though it me in the moft popular or celebrated is to me deteftable and unna You will not then when fuch are my real fentimenfs and fundamental r r j in the progrefs or my j j I fhould hint a in my not impoliticly Ji calculated towards perfetfting the Bririfh for the better fecuring its limiting its Peer aud reforming its i To facrifice every year fome thoufands of Britifh I fubjects to protect an ufurptd and to exhauft j the kingdom of its bullion to further enrich an alj ready opulent is a policy fo inconsistent with a free and commercial that no plea j whatever can juftify it not even the Supporting of minifterial or the occasional promptnels in the exigences of I am but too i well aware of the many enemies ready to crush me into atoms for daring to infmuate the leaft difappro bation of a company protected by authority but as I have drawn the pen to point out national griev and alTcrt British and yet muft expect to fail under the cogm zance of liifmterefted No offence is but much good intended whoever then takes muft be conildere i as actuated by motives not leading to public utility and fuch will be no fit antagonist to divert me from the object in Our prefent diftrelTes are to imptKfflSjgiirvfliy and the more we met reafbn have vve to fear our there are men that will tell us our di 3 approach an exact amount of our I to regulate an price of bread at I humbly j it may be effected as Let an or j der in the crop of the svhoit kina dorn and the fame to be hid before lion ell j with an of the home con They will then what quantity may be prudently io not to injure our Poor nor hurt the Let fomerhing like this be and in uitli public The iniquitous arts cf and tile fchemes of will then on ked al com m rHat it is prof would bert Upon the t much better he and tnv than to he waiting that is and aiiertmg that theformer is jict As to my I am both y and willing to reduce mv into loon as the iubfcrituion fi i hs opened as has been prosri but it will niiiit nc uiaac I armore inclina merit f example to the of psrmit thcy en the ace i h adttri is now pith wii ring prcpnrg who are vf in ail s to the Zticat on other ;