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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 14, 1766, London, Middlesex 1 Jf aiid New F R I D A M A R C H H A Y M A R K E A T T H B iNGs THEATRE in the the isth of will be a Serious called The Mafic entirely compofed by Sigmor With Pit and boxes to be put and no pesfons to bs admitted without which yrill be delivered Tomorrow at the laid at half a guinea each Gallery five By flieir MAJESTIES Ho perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the TKe pit and wilt be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex H A i A K K E ATthelviNGs on Monday the 17th of be an A S S E B L Being the Laft this Tickets will be delivered to Sublcrrbers on Satur day at the of the Said Every Ticket will admit either One Gen tleman or Two uc JVivant Rex CO M M A N D of their M A J ES T JT the Theatre Royal in Covent THIS DAY will be performed U D AS With a Concerto on Ofgan by Pit and Boxes to be put Tickets will be delivered This Dav at the Office in the at Halt a Guinea Firft Gallery Second Gallery Galler es to be opened at Half an Hour after Pit and Boxes at To begin at Half an Hour after Six FOURTH NIGH Being poiitively the THIS by particular GEORGE STEVENS will repeat HIS WRST LECTURE UPON As he delivered it Laft The doors to be opened at and to begm pre ejfeiy at Seven Boxes Pit r N B Stevens new Hie is until the ADDITIONAL SCENE as The F T H N H Ts By To beein exaiStly at fix of mKE LIBRARY of DAVID Efq I lateiy deceased containing a very goed col llaionof books in various To which are a curious coileftion of black letter books and old play with a large colledlion alfb of curious and Arabic manuscripts with a laiFe number of Roman finely illuminated fe By S A M U E L B A K E At his houfe in Catalogues to be nad gratis of the folio Adngbook Pallmall Bondftreet Charingcrofs Cornhill Templebar in the near Templebar andatjtie place Ibis day is In Twa price bound AN Hiitorical and Critical the LIFE CHARLES the King of Great After the manner of Bayie Drawn from origina writers and To which is An Appendix of original now firft PUbByWILLlAM Printed for in the Of whom may be Harriss Life of Oliver after the ame in one large price 1 his Jay ACATALOGueof a valuable Collection of BOOKS confiding of Several and particularly thofe of the Thomas Reaor of and William a very ingenious painter of both lately This calleftion comprehends near ten thouland volumes in various and in almoft every clafs of and many of them in the moft elegant Which will felling very the prices in the and marked on March aBny tN jaA MJS Removed to Horaces Fleet next WhiteFriars who gives the utmoft value for any library or parcel of Catalogues may bs had GRATIS at the place of fele and alfo of Pallmall Rob in New Piccadilly Charingcrofs in the Strand Richardfon and at the fcoyal Exchange Fletcher and Prince at Oxford and Thurlbourn and Woodyer at BUGS effectually either in town or by ANDREW at the ORIGINAL THREE the firit houfe rn oppofite Andrews being univerfally known amongft the jirft rank in the city and Suburbs of after fe veral years practice His abilities may be known sn at that capital and well known rhe Swan wfth Two whch makes up near two hundred and were five or fix years ago fwarmisg with tbefe noxious vermin 5 at the Aclons boarclmgfchool at Clap ham boardingfchojl at Hostoii and numbers of large not room to mention here ou may have a fatisfaftory account of thofe nanfeous being totally deftroyed by the above mentioned Andrew after others have proved I alfo engage to look after fuch beds that T have at the rate of one milling a year each Any gentlemen may have a bed cured on the ihorteft ready to He in five minutes after The tug liquor fold at a wkh proper directions how to ufe it The favour efif a or a di reftion in will be kindly and duly Beware of as I am ob 1 Iked to PO after them and mend their I alfo to fucli of the gen and that are going to to have fuch houfes Jnipefted being the cafe of their goods being peftered with that ver min For the BENEFIT of rrtHEATRE Royal on Tiief J the i8th of will be prefented a called EVERY MAN IN HIS Old Gibfon Young Dyer Mat Woodward Mafter SHUTER Juftice Lewis Mafter Cufhing Brain Dunftali Perry Coftollo Walker Buck Cobs Pitt Baker Dame At the End of the The CRIES of LONDON by To which will be by f To begin exactly at fix Vjvant Rex Tickets to be had of at his houfe in Martletcourt and of at the ftagedoor of the where places may be March THE tenants of the ground rents in Hatton are defired to meet their landlord at the Globe tavern in on Tusfday the ift of or upon Wednesday the to pay their years due at Michaelmas laft and then if there are any Their landlord will be there each from ten oclock in the morn till fouf the TO be for the remainder of the term of 11 of which 18 will be unexpued at Lady day at the upper end of Freemanscourt in an exceeding good For further particulars enquire at the cabinet vmehoule in the faid from the Key Chandois begs leave td acquaint her that he has taken and fitted up in a commodious mari the Golden Key Tavern and in Princes ftreet Lincelns innfields where the favour of their company will be gratefully ac by their humble Conftant attendance is given Cupping at horns or on the ihorteft the and feems to have as natural an antipathy to fuch a as the rhinoceros has to the ele phant he rolls his and di torts the optic nerve in fuch a as to behold the good Kian in a frightful caricatura j and often follows him through ftreets and throwing dead catSjOranykindofjfilth that happens to be n the ken nel at with the boys and dogs at his I am well that many thoufands in this me tropolis are in this melancholy and labour un der the bitt ef a as the phrenzy is and that nothing can be more infectious than the foam they difcharge I therefore fend you this let to be publifhed in your as a caution to thofe who have hitherto to beware of the poifon of the JlaTjer and alfo to incite the learned and benevolent to confider of a method of cure for their unfortunate who labour un der this unaccountable The fdHoiving lettsrs are A Plain For the letters figneA SUR GEON1 Two verjes fgne laft To the P R I N T E he hiftory of we find Several that Spring up at certain that rage with virulence for a and then leaving nothing behind bu their dreadful There is at prefent a kind of cpidemica phrenzy that Seizes which hardly known in former and may probablybe loft in future Though it is very common and vsry it is taken notice be cauSeit difturbs the mind in only a certain tram o out ef the patient afts and as The diSorder I Speak of is laid to be oti Anally occafioned by the bite and ope rates as unaccountably as the bite of a mad dog foi the perfon infected is Seized whh a ftrange terror and averfion for difcovers as violent a panic and antipathy at the or even of a clergyman as a pedon under the hydrophobia does at the of water but I muft that though it be Said to be originally produced by the bite of a certain mad it is now generally communicated by of the infefted it always goes under the name of its original fo that where the fymp toms the disordered are Said to be ill of the bite rf a triad I was lately brought by a friend of mine to See an old who is deeply infected with this odd disorder he received me with his ufual and had then no Symptoms of phrenzy upon I Seated mySelf juft oppofite to as well for the Sake of being at a diitance when the fit came as to obServe the progrers of the My who accompanied me and underftood the pa tients began the conversation with Some com monplace encomiums on good eating and drinking during which our difeaSed acquaintance Seemed perfectly pleafed ansl My friend then made an imperceptible tranfition to which Soon discovered the poor mans melancholy He at firft affected to but it was a Smile of irony and inward he fomething of religious frauds and holy arts but by dwelling on and a little con he fell into a violent While itlafted he threw about a kind of and uttered Se veral incoherent among which I could diS tinguifh the As I could never bear to look at Spectacles of I called in a domeftic to take care of the unfortunate object before and made the beft of my way cut of As we went the gentleman who took me there told that the poorrnan we had juft left had by frequent fits been much impaired in his understanding that he had contracted the cunning and malice of In his delirium continued my friend he conceits that he is enlightened or by Something like what the Scts Call Second Sight he calls it right rea bv he means his own he is I pofitre the tell of tfpecially who do not humour have only a kind of liftbanded Drinking itrong liquors generally brings on the the midft of SenSuality and liberti he raves oS his own In proportion as the poiSon ditiufed and he contracted an an tipathy for the he became remarkably fen fual and fdfifh though indeed ienfuabty and Selufh nefs Seem to me to be peculiar to no Species of mad by t to accompany When he fees n perfbn of of or hi into a furious fit ai O1 The ONE THING all the phrafes now in The one thing needful takes the Each rank and each age and Pvepeat itoftner than their no phrafe is worfe The advocates themfelves muft own But Such is Fafhions force or Diflent we dare not from the Our modern clergy gravely Good livings are the needful And hungry Rectors warmly A the text that proves a In tis health With Kings tis with place Trade deems it nothing elSe but And pious Chriftians call Bellona makes it courage While phyfic calls grimace the thing In what you Who as they pleaSe can or To women do confine The needful excellence of life Who imagine charms divine Sufficient boons in maid or The with deceit fo In potent fiaifry makes it lie While penliond pertly AScribes it to the Sovereigns But vifit now the College cells The thing with tis In antient volumes Solely Tho half unfkiiid in what they Old politicians fix its Sphere In pairiotic iiortb alone Aiid breathe you once Jamess Tis centerd wholly in Thus each with equal The c one thing needful as they think Ketch Swears at Tyburn tis to And vintners place it in Een buildings boaft the needful Without it they are eyd as tombs The ManSionhovife is Scornd for The Iower for its empty Fair Newgate what man can When Arthurs ftrufture greets his eyes And Bedlam is not worth a While Tabernacles round her rife I Thus ends rny fong but eer we Let me the one thing needful Nor hut the lefTon fr m your heart Tis nothing more than LIVING MARK Smifter which never could enter into the of a man actuated by genuine publick if the publick money be difpoSed towards the relief of the indigent and thefe gentlemen are charged with indifcretion and over liberality if they endeavour to Save it by other frugal they are proclaimed Scrubs and meanSpi rited Souls betts are offered to be that thefe frugal gentlemen will Spend more of the publick money than their predecefibra and to verify thefe no ftone is left unturned to throw all the burden theycan upon the parifli f lie ftreets are raked to find out the halt and the the lame and the the parifli poor and on pur goSe to Swell the publick account to an enormous to defeat the good intentions of thefe oecono and to prejudice the publick againft them Such is the irkfome Situation of men in public of who can feel for and coinpafilonate the dif trefles of the poor who as well as the pssr who are under their The worthlefs paor for I make a difference between hs deferving and the undeferving poor are taught to clamour againft the hand that Seeds and cloaths to reproach and belie and give them all the trouble they The middling who bear the are Spirited up to ex claim againft their as the children of murmured agairfftMoSes and becatile their prorniSed redemption did not immedi ately take place and for little time they felt the burden rather heavier than through the hardneSs of Pharaohs incorrigible who made ufe of his to harrafs the and thereby embarrafs their no doubt with a defign to keep the people perpetual Haves to the dominion of him and his SuccelTors and to the end that the people might rivet ther own chains by their impa and Fearing I have exceeded my I muft poft pone a few words of caution and to the worthy parifnionerS of the Several in and about by what means to as much as human forefight againft all Such proceedings j until the legislature fhsll think fit to the people may redrefs by exerting themfelves with prudence and beceming an ihoic fritical ccafians ivhgn the pbivfr is in thtir I am H O N K S T U To the PRINTS THOUGH I am at preSait a half pay re tired for in thecoun yet I was at the reduction of a certain important as well as others I fhared vjith others in the dif ferent duties and fatigues of that protrafiedtiege andj alas withothers inthe which was made of part of the emoluments arriving from not with him who Suffered none to hare the many thouSarids of pounds acqui red by extorted and nominal But as I know from expe rience to what little purpole it is for Subalterns to complain of the injuftice done by Superiors in great I fhouldhave remained Irad not a moft Servile article appeared in a daily paper the beginning of this and which ftirred up my indignation and I could not bear to find the conqueft at that place attributed to without warnine thofe I To the N mine of the jft of I lightly touched on the exorbitant REAL of many CHURCHWARDENS of parishes in or near when entompafled by their Pretorian or their numerous compatjy of who fight through thick and thin to fupport the ar bitrary meafures of their Ilikewife hinted at the mfuperable difficulties the rational part of any parifli muft encounter and and before they can fo much as carry an appearance of ierving the publick iuch difficulties as few men eare to en and fewer have encountered with any de gree of proportionable to the Herculean la bour they have bcitowedin the fierce Many are the di fad vantages of the honcft upright who labours for the publick good and if two or three fuch unite their joint efforts to reftore oeco and good order to a at the fame time exercifing humanity and charity towards the diftreffcd part of itill they have but two er three tongues to fpeak far while a thoufand defamatory tongues are diligently em in every to depreciate their beft to calumniate and reproach their private and in the moft odious thofe errors and iiribecillities which are infe parable from human Even thofe that are in themfelves and beyond the reach of envy aud are attributed to one onsy not to provoke the pen of truth and to throw before the world iuch an exacl fcru tiny into all that on fecnf as will furprife though n Let the fycophants be that their has ben fuffered to reward himself fwty with the fpoil of that as if they alone had been the only reducers of it that he has tamely been per mitted to keep thofe fums which if duly levied and collected in a joint the army and navv might have had fome hopes of being entitled te their hare of Let them be content with nor dare by infinuaions to rob others of thole glorious which if truth and would I have juftly adorned other Let them remember the names ol fome and to that honours which thofe brave of ficers have been beftowed I will fay nothing Of the naval department Let thofe gentlemen defend their who fo ably con ducted us and to whofe aids and determined perfcverance is that conqueft to be As to the reft of that and I dare believe groundless I not with for after finding the inter eft tf Old England h crificed to America by our prefent and die imaginary let who will boaft their connections with I envy nor die noble fefcn I know no Mimfters nor care for but as thev care for this But in times like I hall continue to pray God to blefs and oar and keep him slone our An To the PRINTER THE deluge of fcurrility which daily pours from the comreonfewers of to blacken the character of our Great is generally with or Superior through the channel of your in a variety of Spirited efiays but when a man artfully collects every inci dent that ran pofliblr blaftthe fame and degrade the reputation of our celebrated and throws his virulent reproaches into is hi fullered to pafs unanfwercd and unpuniftied Shall the author of the DEMAGOGUE he allowed with impunity to Spread one of the moft malicious invectives that ever flowed from audacious infolence Shall he publifli his pregnant with inveterate with out reftraint or Where are all the of mercenary Do they fond
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