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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 28, 1766, London, Middlesex in be by SAMUJEL At lus houfe ih Yorkftnwti fhe c by fcverai celebrated and o f lid at half guinea Second 8 TIE S e A WuJ be opened at five jV Ttf teeth Jwttr after fixVdoeft t Rex SubTcfiberi tgrifre fea IbprwBl Andirew uraminoad1 ftti It is IfiiiAbJy that Office the the names I fcp jiejr tjifce ft A e II S I CT EanKr GwrrcS j fraaklft Palolrt j Bel j Jack by MMtaid j AlifrPlym j Lfioatcaf I Mlft rf JE N T Q A R D i I O N sri I Iit T Wary Smith i Waiter Jtorci wiU jvimp the i walks Ute SAMUEL To begin on 8thf ahd td continue the frtenfoifowiag eenines Suadky ex4 beginaineeacih eveniijg at fifc i Tbc be viewed from the firft of to of fate hbe tod of the following felkri in w Dpd BoadftreW Hirt Temftteian Sfr 5 the Oxford anlaf the place of s 0fl5ce of the TheMrfe Jaltfae to lti tft j togeter illiam late neffcew and hate Had orepiriiig this raoft excellent feterat tfd other peJfon bring ac isnamted therewithi beg leave to mform the mer public in that they carry oh the buiuteft at the old the KiftgtArfav near the Royal Ex Chaintei Whcwall perfoos miy be aflured of having the Orteinalani Genuine Ballamtrf at hereto Jackfon and have Adyer tlfisd iroon thedtatJCof Turling they arebflcohte lawfuHy or tbe ceigt far niaUing fhf atfcve JlaHarn of This is tpinfofirt the the bte Turlington of for making the faid to any the above Wray to left the trade by will i jhercfose all other Saljfams arc nototiaui cvuater I NO C A T TI O REIDS apirtnwnu aft whicfi are and pUaJaatiy are al irsreadr fcrAe reception of whogeae y fcrf etkfc SaiiwWti totebtf never eonfiocd to their and are able to f TpJtXtendthe benefit of falu njs now by which provided with ever thing IBeg leave to retsfro rhanks for the honour you havedone me this day iri me One of your I recefve thjsflgnal mark of your confidence with all the attention a jrateful heart can M pride has you and the ambition of my Kfe to merit Woo Your mott and Moft obedient GEORGE TA T B t O T T Shares are1 now and at n this numerical lottery are Afi aiid dwntw ibklpat theJe will be tampt with the and round attd Shares fhj per and the actaurrfpf thejr tteceftftnttoahy part of Gireat All of Government Securities bought and fold by T K Shares i are the Ft from tfvenJUi dw morftiiw till eteven at night mnft tu ceni anrf and one pound than apy where s and chances be at in Popeiheidah et Ouncftanf the vojs and clerkfhip to aH Howa artd conti j hopWfce vf H Viih the of jiettiiye t4 tWhofpital be from of ttifo worth Uar a about ioo miles fropji of at Ijta To tbt ATaASjst N ETTRE8dADALAfiB JJB Com teffelde le Conte de a Pat Madame R ICC O O N JL Prinrted for Becket add Pe in A WELL W ContinuatiDn the Carnbirti A ftftign Nobleman who intends to be to fefide in this withit V had remitted billis of Exchtngjrto the amdunt of tnt milliojft five kundred r ride Gazetteer of a an4 tb at the Hank of Eng teariftgtbafe per Sea with their kvnds Navy and VJftttaUing Government bought and fod by Ail letters or I l price or Emtflaty from the I Conrt the prefentfeiu of to examne To the BSEjiVING in ycur paper the ar tide as above I am again Ird to and make farther fh6rt of jflifcelJaneous ran arks I gave iix your Gazetteer on Monday the iftftam wherein I briefly took occafiojj to point out I think the thiltutKt national utujtjt be yond aHWwftmable opp it muft be pro JP ixvttalion were ma4etb induce ric b but from eVety Kurtyet or any quarter of tlhe to come ovelrifetde arid tinder paf bamentary to lire atid enjoy Liberty l to any materilJ number oi fuch opulent fo priho mode b religittt form of wprftip they might it is as itecpially in when the Jew Aft was repealed a a frighten and give falfe alarms to or ignorant grown I hope JM on could Virtere itonoftbei Pat tfce dtaMtfi for fo fopolitital ah ittfititfo they concerned in our icattjjiqft daily before us by every on Ibe in noaxipm in If elnddated by felf or NOTHING A FARCE of it performed at the Theatre awl for the fold by T kt the Strandj Walter IB M and in the good eifeftV that muft J J thus beg leave reftrifilions forin laudable means within n the and fettle a I ces of happy form of se o N nt EoiTiajt ef E CUNNING MAN AMuCdiKatertain As it is jxrtbrwied die Theatre in Oaapftally written and com bfed by the The By C HA at ted tctf Surcy in the s B 0 K v B iT fc At hear Ctfwliomraaybehad to the Of whom Abrulgawwnt of the Philofophical Tranf fraoithe to i r The from in which tie to the prefatt or odd Birchs Sopplemerrtary Papery and tory of the Royal 4 price A of the Yearly of for an hundred yeart with feveral on that price Lord Sotnejryi tftg laft ft f or or five ac tOfding ttr Aear bW ion And any defiroup of having a numberof their or at ib ir fta spay at the mHy be known ky or to at Chellcai in t Lincolns j at the every from Uuret to rttu ewiM be by Right John ornamented with an elegant by Wale and to be continued price of IEHISTQRY of asweltEccle fiaftkal fro A the eartieft period to the of the twelfth pariansenr of Great Together with theHiftocy of and the and Co far as is the of tfiis xAlfo of the oftbeBrfeirtu from fa fljft dilrtWy the tivitv Jii which and tbeir gtiidinlJoereaTej tv and the duree of attthegrtatevents aticownteo with fittermifeer row f fry with French leave to add another fa3 witlun my owh which that fevetal of fuch arid and ftonie orother actually I at and odierVCooVu of to determine and give on tbe Juffiw or of the the Lives and other rireunaftancev and matters of right ofEnglifinien and Turely prevont may witt in a leifure trouble you with fome other publtC which I appreheMt tobe bfreal tf as I oWerttd in my fofnier letter i jrth It Be as generatfy that one part of Debt or due whodraw latweft fromout Jbr immenfe being hffitate a moment in dpmg our trtmolt to get ftrtisxiert to fettfe nteiveiic A Citiasn pf A Cetmiifi and if I may bi Hcayen itself cowd and contrive to make us happy tf we as tjnw among the Macedonian Phalanx of by fucb tiHeont or one as it deiueneed together i For it is Cfxwnahfne vrhich happy as a keep us invujnerable either of our fbjeqgn or Let thefr peeulur fu fleriot ift tiherc tfaAireVwttil gforious in their jftWB ujjder the Sun can pofiibtj ftn upott foroe public fehenM or that fifueertly Uotedf to and gefteroufly inr vite come from where or be their of religious tpcbflje jhd or other more to them on their Let in a few do this let heartily try the and the national cojri both to us and moft At the lame I as Jin ctrely but not ought to be laid on what at prefimt ietded heiz j foreign and their real cnly itxeefUd But to all foreign and in nod of our and in om in carry on diffe rent trades getting and nioft unreafona what any Englifhman can prelume to on the luxury of and ruin half out middle people who imprudently corre aflrd ptirchafe their than forty to and etefl pounds prio though not in one or of the intriniic thejr fanpofe upon of Their the hnport wherein he de a Query tUeFlux and Rettux of tlie If a dam was fixed across River Thames at Woolwich to htntjef any water wheiher the weultfrife higher at the dam than it does by pieyentig cnmiog inW At that HOW flows far as aiifvirer to I thinkRkre arrnogreat nfe for many learned mBlBally fupponed by SiriftacNewtons Matliematical to pbtayi a true blutipn fuppafe fuch a dam fixed acrofs the as to bcand the ofthe confequeece will that alltlie waiei qf the river being thus artificially detiiched or feparated the and the flux of tide being alfo inter cepted in its triual courfe acls upon the obftafcle which impedes motion the dam with a terminate velocity and immediately from it and by a flow and languid mingles fuddenly with the vaft expanded By the laws of its reflex motion frdm the dam is not performed but in water of the ocean would be difc and alHUme its fpherical orconftitarea levdm the twinkling of an and would rife no higher on the ocean on account f its from the Btrt attend a little more minutely to tlie acr tion of the as influenced by gravity and pro we will ibon find that a projected Jipinft any perpendicular plane is elevated fomewhat ju proportion to the degree of impufey while water immediately fpmewhat interruprs its latepat by which means there wil bean vafion of the furge iftpcopof tion to the faid refinance by and the force or horizontalvelocity of the though very finall and This is obvious by the aflion of the water agaiuft the fore part of a Ihtp when under rBotjwith reffeftto the quantity ofrivr water aprated from the h is only to thccean k felf als a drop to bucket and the sdd tion of depth to tfce whole at a given diftance from the when the procefs of intermixing and levelling will not a to the of a lairs or a atom to the Hence both parties in fome in the finceitcao that here is ma thematfcally confiilered Come accumulation of the Water aajoiiftng to the but bearing ao pro to of detached accord ing to of one fmceit is not a very large or itnmenfequantityjriljat i ntceflary toincreale the becaufe the certain degree of is entirely neutral and iu arid it Requires only a determinate deptft tq produce a fweBing and which will be in creafed not in pn portion a fmall or collective quantity of but in propprtion ta its horizontal or projtftetl bar at the fame a competent and determinaie depth as On the other though mathematically there is an increafe to the perpendicular depth it is fo whea with the vaft expanded as toexceed the power tbough it may exift in the tion the fame as a minute particle of matter infinitely divided and therefore was though mathematically Hence the reciprocal acknowledgement of both parties by each of is right but de nying any one of is wrong s only that proportion of detached water to fhe as above is though that may if applied to the additional increafe of psrpendicular when the leparated water is admitted into the C O R R O L L A R That with all due deference to thefe ofafuperior I tlm if they manage their arguments pj the dffcovery of truth ought to their fir i and ultimate aim Where or an inordinste ovj of at any uiurps rhe our attention not TufficjeniJy awake to our The of paiRon an d prej and a in our blinds the and envelopes he ing in fo that aeouteft aud a learned duit is by csndour and a fufpicion or diffidence pf our own with a fteady to nrror wd ;