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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 14, 1765, London, Middlesex                                i 6 CL tf fure foyr few of the a material are of the Tfroth of this very that Accoaat COGENTGARDEN DA O T H E L L Jt O 8 S Mr S M IT 3tatg Jsii fttfr in thje H V L L V7 OQ l vy A 8t ti Wdemouii B L A TV fcnd i Mattocks j jijifs Wairmah MILES To the P U B L I E Nuntber printed of This Paper having fo far entreafet as fo be fteto to TH E DAILY ADVERTISERJ and here oh Ac a tfeeeffiiy fir its going to Prefs at An eArtier Hour lhan heretofore it is right to inform thofe who think it their Intertft to iii The and NeW Daily that all Advertifewents wlUch require immediate mujl be font to the Printer before Seven in the or there can be no Certainly of fuch Advtrifcnents appearing in the next Morfringes Liwrymtinftbt Citf of Important Office of CHAM ATN 10 thrs beiifg va cant fcy the Death of the late Worthy Sir 1 beg Leave offer myfatf to ii 1 be fo hippy as to meet vrjth yoirr AVI N5 been encouraged by bfttty of livery ror offer for GHAMBBXI AIN of Cf yv tfe oFtbfr fcre WOT hy SdrTHS NAS H t n n i to f Favour If j sffurinj you if J I iU tcft fy my Grafitnde y a and unwearied Application to the Duties of tbit Pernjii acquiut that 1 hare been Years intheCatnrnertCuuncilrf CojrnhillWardj and 16 Years tfiefeof during which as I always thought it my Duty I have made it my oonftant ortall City Bnfmfcfs far as lay in my have ever exerted myfelf in chft Privilege ijid of my fellow Should think me worthy of this high my whole Time flisll be employed fa ma the great Senfe I Kail ever retain of the Favour conferred oii Your mflft obedient eyer devoted FRANCIS The Bleftion for Ttiefday hV the erfty Attendance of my Krieads GuildHall will TJC thankfully e Deemed 5 and as the Shortneft of the Time not permit bi my making 4 general perfoiul Apjvt that JJiclt of the worthy as it may not be n rny Hower witl excufethe ofrrfrrtog that Mark of which Iptheitrlfe wsuld gladly fe the Worthy Liverymen of the City of N T L E M K THE Prace of L H A M B E R L A i N being vacant tlie Death of your Lite worhy OfHcer Sr THOMAS I tsku tlu Li of adJrefiivg you lor the Favour of ytvur VoiesanJ Imereftto him that Ofnce as I hope my in Pailit mny luve deferved your M moft obedient huinWa Bifhopfgate CITIZEN and CL Tie F I R S T N I H TS S A Li fy A U C O To cxaaiy at S IX qCLUCK f shs LIBRARY of the Right Honourable The Earl of M A C C L E S F I E L gUt from fcs Housr in By S A M U E L B A K E In York Cuvent On the lart Evenings will Ve Sold his made by January 1765 To the Worthy Livtryiaen of the City of and Poll if are cfefired ny A H C ELL C J T 1 Z EN and G R OC E To fucceed Sir as of this Honoiirjlne being ftJer aed to IMS Majerty KrUg arjid Chttliitotion in Cfiurch ind and a zealftus the Higliti of Uis irf for rib LIVERYMAN NO FAY WVerfesfigned SOPHRONIAfee loft To the G in two former letters H fen t you fome remarks rcLting to the execution of the law i takethe Jibsrty of proceeding to fuch other as f hope will be ufefal t the And the next fubjeawhich oc the ef the City of t E OBk of CHA MB L n L A t if v racaht by the DuaiJi oithe r THOM AS perrirt o yovr h ni therein and 1 of whom to much having been pub perhaps it may be taken iiuo a fcpcrace as the Aft of 30 concerning certain ly wants and jmending but fo far Imayjurtly tliur however neceflary foine may the brokers are the receivers of Uofen a d are rather extortioners from the than af filting to me to the And this onlyfervants in Kulbandry us to other thfy rnull tjikc their at the charges of wbich will foon exceed the wages But the ftill when we copiuier that if a matter wants to punifh his he readily ir by application to a jujtice of whnliTues his arid biipgs the party Foithvyjih where he may Jnflicl any of the fhree fbllowiog copitnitmetit tj the Koufe correftion not exceeding nnc niQpth j abating his wages of difcharging him the to recover his jdu wait the fi veral proceedings Therefore a fummary way ought equally to as to pa Thi next whidf prefent itfelf is relatngto The 17 trJled the va rant mi ht have marry goo4 were the fevetal direclioas owed and I hive had occafion to that m many inltances they have bteri greatly viated from have been taken and by pafiVsi without having come under that decriprion aaI chafe who huva been have never been paniihed as the direfts before thT have trtn puffld aod oten ijaltice of Peace hastaken thfe evj Jence of the pHjpers and chert by thrown a very heavy charge upqnthc fiyetAi counties through whicK thiyhave been and oftenumcs the vagrants hav Brought owfi which ought the play thecounties pay them genteel allowances and it 4s mach that where n livelihood ii ttt be ration of the poor fhemfjlves and if regulations geneial J need he hrefrfid fortiinafely diicoverd ol a iy In my Ppwer to filial in Houcnif rf to jMr OpjrSoi w I perfuade Benefk to its due that jublic will lake be alfared ihu I the ucmottpf AM j to make fome alteration relating to a eodeavtyur ladifchURC the ot that m Magillrafes Ordering rdirf for ac prefent a obedient humble JOHN the City of London informed that my Propofa the Advantage ot th has been repre fcnted AS and 1 this puilic IVIexliod of lean that H Sum frunvOKEtoTw Poc be the Chamber ot London fijeive Mofichsfrottv the Pubtication o the fmie sud thereafter an annuK 1 Sum oFfiT K T H f U s A x u YOK N on a will accrue this City from my JCfrlK and gfai ully acknowleRC the Obligation cOBfcrrcd E N T E ME Your iHQft humble 4th Should I omit pay ing the t proper juil y due toeveiy Gentleunn of te I riope i will hot be imputed Ncgleft but to ihe Dificu ty I labour under of procuring correil Lifts on fo fhort a U Y of the City of G E N TL E M E IN order to excupate niyfclf from induftrioufly Cpread to my thai the Propofal for the Advantage of his City pteducec atihUTirue as Ttofucceed to the Office of I think it Duty incumbent on me to that I didt f5me Months Upply to rwo Gent emen of ihe Com niittee of City for withrefpeft to trie PropofsM haxl to rruke for the Advantage of this Chy to one of vrhidi Gentlemen 1 elivered a Memo inortJcr to his confideviop of and nrefeminc fame As therefore wis prior to the Xeath of the late worthy Cha and as I to give Security for pood my I hope 1 cannot labour under the Imputation ofhawing deviated from ihe Character upon which I aUviys did and ever lull value I am the greatest G E N T L E M K Yourwoft oVsedlentsndnvirt huiible Scrvint fOHN January fa ihe Lrvtrvmen of the City 01 London G 1 N T L E MTi 1LTQUR and 1 if needful are defired for T O H N B O N U CITIZEN ANO MERCHANT TAYI OR To be of this Honourable in Boorn of Sir THOMAS daceafcd i he ing well King our prefebt Conltitutron in Church and a Affefer of the Rights and Vrivi leges of fettew The Day of Election for TueCay the i th In ft whwi the early Appearance of my Friends in Guildhall wi 1 be efteemed a great January To the Woithy Livtrymen of tin Citvsf E N T L M E OUR and Poll if iiredfiil rc defirod for SAMUEL CITIZEN and W A X C H A ND To he your G n AMKKRL AI in the KoonroftihJ lite worthy dccea being we II stiscVed to his Majeily Kng and our happy Cnnfticutioii in Church and to alTarc the Rights a d Libtitties of his Fellpw Citizeni V7p the Worthy LiTXnmcn eft hi City of G E W T HA VI N G been encouraged hy great Num my to offer myfelf a for ihe Mice of CH N ofhii Ho in ihe Iojin fhuinSy heji the Favour of yuT and Poll nd iliould I fe ib happy as o fuc I will relfiiquiih all fiiher ertdeivour to re ItFy my high Senfe of the by faithfully dfcharghip the of that imporunt If I ihwulcl itmil perfoual Application 10 ahy I hpt it will he imputed to thtf Shortnefl of th Timund Incorreifinelj oftlie and not to any Dijefpeft G E N T L E M p Your moil obedient and very humble STRACE Y TI L The Election fixed for Tuefday he when the early Appearance of my Friends at will be etocmed a particular i6v the nuortby Livary of the City of S E N T L K M E YOUR and ff defired T R A C K Y T I L C I r I JJ A Nn H A B E R D A S H ii rHOM of this he ng Perfon afrefled to his Majefty Kinfi and our hippy ConAitution in Church ind Aflcreor of the Rghti Privilege of hu FelUw EleAktn will be oa Tuefdiy the poor perfon may really before a can as he is not Authorized to take rognizance of the affair until the pauper has applied to a veftry or two overfeers and af terwards it will take a conliderable time to carry the orJcr of maintenance into in cafe thepariftr officerihould neglecl or refufeto com ply withit therefore in cafes of immediate a difcretrotirfh power fliould be lodged with a JuiHce obtain relief in fummary way and every body knows how Turdhearted the generality of parifli officers are with regard to tlieir The of removals ought likexvife to be thoroughly conlidered for at are very much thrown out of becaufe the parifh to which they be long will not give them a certificate to remain in a place where they may get their livelihood fp that I really think people who are purfuing their trade and ought to be confi dered in the fame light as if they brought a cer as it is not they could tain and hould not be removed till they Became As to the article oi recog there feems to be fome inconfifteiKy in the prefent where the accufer is only bcunj in las own recognizance to appear and profecute whereas the accufed mult find two other befides for his appear ance to aflfwer the The difference feems to that if the former does not there is nobody to be refponfablebut himfelf and in fome cafes it might not be of and in cafes of aflault ortattery it may put a party to a great expence of kattending when ao body appears againft The next fubjeft which relates to fervants and 1 think the Statiiteof 20 which re lates to Hands in need of alteration the more eaiy recovery of their wages for I have frequently known chat many of them have gone without the wages they have from an ebftinate rather than be at the ex pence and throw away the time neceflary to re cover To prove it may be pro per to explain the methods of prcxreed In the firft the fervant is to go be forea juftice of Peace to fwear to tVe fum which is when a fummons is granted for the mailer aid fefvant to for the fum of one hilling is taken fnr a The next at tendance of the Servant is at the time fpecitred in the fummons and if the maiter thinks pr per to abfeht an order is then for and another milling given to and afterwards three weeks time is allowed be fore the warrants of diitrels can be granted and ev n the day before that the mafter need only tay what he to havs done at add the fervant can have no remedy for nl his time the perfjns concarned will encourage thvagrant trade as as iriajrije every perfon who is returned a feqjnd time was to be carried by theiontniftor thcyivould get better rid of them for at the terer they are carried they earn The next yfchieh cojfidzratiou under title of But f nOkiBeanji wiili to any greater latitude f a Juttice therinr ihm at prefeat by Jaw i hat to power one watrane for vagrant and vagabonds lodging in baf ru and and diforderly of illfame for as it Sands at i the acl of two Jiiitices therefsre the inti mation may fo be given fuch an in that it would cjeltroy the effect I it is a rarejy the difficulty of getting two the inactivity of Gentlemen to makes it ne ceflaryfor good that effectual ro medy be applied to inch cafes As to the uf Watch and it is 10 obfolete a the ijch of Edward llau and the time fo from Afcenfionday to which is during the that it had much better be converted to a good or pa during the winter particularly in all great and within five fuc niiks round the as thofe are the places of harbour for all rogues and As to weights and there certainly wants fome uniform ftandard as the article has of late years undergoce a itridt enquiry and from Iremg I apprehend geat difficulty was fauna in that I mail not pretend to med lie The lalt fubjeft I shall take notice of relates to and as the growth of wood is become fu certainly there ought to be a more effectual method of punilhing the offenders than at prefent fu Wilts by rhe where the limitation is only to fix weeks ib that if a perfon keeps fecivt during that cannot afterwards be taken notice of and theie ought to be at leaft if not twelve months given for discovering fuch vil There are likewife great doubts aud dif ficulties in carrying the law iito execution therefore the undoubted y requires a fpe cific or elfe luch claufes to nsake the more Having thus in a fummary fuch particulars ab i think rcouire but not fuffitjcnt ss to cauJe the making a new law for I ihall refer the rime to the wifjom of and think it tvguid be very useful to the public for a committee to be appoitited to fuch pans of the anl as is to repmt their with their from time to And as fuch a parliamentary ccnfideraricn mufl ptoJuce a I hope for rhe aftiilance of aad utpuble in proceeding as the law I of a Juftice of who much more capable of i ing it ihan myleif at the fame time I will grudge no pains or trouble to forward what appears to be fo oe cefTary and I am Thi printer is defirod tocorrert uke of the name for DK aarhor of that excellent Treatife oof VON DON Printed for S A in an at the Cornet of Price TwoPence fiufi i executed and oft moderate V Ll i   

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