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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 24, 1766, London, Middlesex ttae w Daily M O N D MARCH tor the Benefit and increafe of a FUND eftablifted for the Support of Decayed Muficians aad theif AT the Kings Theatre in the on the ioth of will be per formed A CONCERT of vocal and laftruntental The vocal parts by Signer Signer Signer and Signora Vif The initrumental by the beft Particulars will be timely Subfcribers tickets will admit one perfon only to any part of the may be had at Jefle the Societys at his near the in Golen who is empowered by the Society to deliver and receive the The Governors beg leave to inform the nobility and gentry to whom this charity is fo much that from une 1764 to June they have ne celTarily laid out and expended for the fupport of de cayed muhcians and their widows of de caye1 and in maintaining and educating orpins who are left in and in putting them and for and other inci dental charges relating to the the fum ot And that the books are and may be infpected by any gentleman being a tub fcriber to the chanty ike firft Sunday in every at a meeting of the at the Turk in To the G E N T L M E N of the L NOTICE is hereby that the aext General Meeting is fixed for Wednef lay the i6th day of at fix in the at the and Rolls tauern in for the final eftablimment of a Society for granting annuities to the widows ot gentlemen ot this N Printed cepies of the dead of iettlement ihe mean be had of Jofiah at his eppofitethe Six Clerks in Chan cerylane and every inclinable to be come a is defired to fignify fuch his inten tion to previous to the General Meet a book being opened for that M U S 1 C AS fome incorrect LeJons for tlie Harpfichord have been punlifhed in my I find my lelf in juftice to the public as foon as a correct with tht addition of feveral other have Deceived the approbation of thofe ladies for whofe improve ment they were originally of which timely notice will be given in this and other JOHN BURTON QUEEN ANNES March NOTICE is hereby That the rak ney for the augmentation of the maintenance ot the poor due at Lady will be paid by Sir Jeffry at RichirA in the holidays and to be paid to and from Michaelmas to new and at no other tinker This day is In one price THE HISTORY of QJIEEN of From the French of Printed for in Ludgateftreet Parker in Cornhill Davies in Ruflelftreet Co ventgarden in Piccadilly and Fletcher at For a character of this the rea der is referred to the Critical Review for laft page 115 to in which there are feveral extracts and anecdotes equally curious and not or at leaft by CHRISTINAS farmer of who was no more than na nefake to the author of this Hif day is A CATALOGUE of the genuine and elegant LIBRARY of JOHN Eiq Sunning lately deceafed containing a good cpl This day is A CATALOGUE of a valuable Collection of BOOKS 5 confifting of feveral and particularly thofe of the Thomas Rector of and William a very ingenious paints of both lately T his collection comprehends near ten thouiand in various and in alinoit every clafs of and many of them m the moft Which are now felling very the prices bsing printed in the marked m thefirft leaf of every and continue on fale dl 7By BENJAMIN WHIT Removed to Horaces Fleet next WhiteFriars who gives the utmolt value for any library or parcel of Catalogues may be had GRATIS at the place of fale and alfo of Pallmall Rob in New Bondftreet Piccadilly Charingcrofs in the Strand Richardfon and at the Royal Exchange Fletcher and Prince at Oxford and Thurlbourn and Woodyerat of claflicks and books with the greatefl number of the beft and fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in any one in this and in the condition Hkewife many of the beft and rareft Spaniih authors 5 which will begin to be fold by 8 By SAMUEL At his houfe ia Covent On Monday the 3 ift to continue the ten following beginning each evening at iix The books may be viewed this and every day to the time of to had oftherfWfcKvjng bookfelters Mr Fallmall t Mr Bondftreet Charingcrofs Corn hill Mr in the Templebar and at the place of For the letersfigned EXAMINER the is fo manifeii that eveiy ftep ta ken to abridge the theatre of in muft be noxious to th working and wellinclined part o the that I cannot Efficient Day A CATALOGUE ot near THQVSAND and Lnglifh languages j being the Libraries of the of author of the Poetical Edition or Jtirvevs Meditations the late John of Efq aad others The whole making a tine coflection in the various faculties and fciences f and T j ot thefirft many on royal and imperial paper elegantly and fplendidly bound m in the Paris Thefe books will be foldcheap atthepnces printed in the catalosue BY D A V i S and R E Y M E R Oppofite Printers to the Royal On Thurfday the ath and will continue on fale during the Catalogues are delivered by m Piccadilly in Pallmall in New Bondftreet at Charingcrofs at Templebar j at Johns Corn hilt i and at the place of Oh Tburfiaj iviflfre The Firft Volume of THE FOOL of Qy i the Hiftory of Henry Earl of By Printed for in BOOKS impoited by oypo fite Catherineftreet in the bookfeller to Iris ETTRES de de a fesanus ail des Notes Hiltoriques Cri a Jliftoire de Francois Roi de par 4 LArt du par du du Paris Defcription de la Ville de par de Paris Mqrooires fecrets tires des Archives des Souve fains de tomes 5 Paris LesPrejuges du Public fur par j Paris Hiftoire des Revolutions de Is Haute contenant les Liques les Guerres de la i Par Le Socrate Paris Hiftoire Amoureufe de Pierre le Paris io Hiftoire des Revolutions de 1Empire pour fervir de fuite a celle des Revolutions de la par z Paris ti Traite des Pans Paftorales foemes de Paris Traite des Maladies des par tomes 5 and Paris LArt dAccoacher redttit a fes par Paris ly admire how any man of fenfe can preach up a doctrine fo hurt ful to this as that of laying aperpetual embargo on the exportation of while the quar tern loaf is above threepence in price or Doth not your know that ne ceffity only impels mankind to and generally the lower part of the people fpend in alehoufes as much time as they can fpare from working for prefent It is a fact too fatally that half the labouring part of this nation will not work fix days in the if they can find fufficient in two ta aafwer the prelent calls of nature and In that they will certainly fpend the reft of their time in and other Every days ex perience aiTures us of the truth of this and that the fame deftructive turn of mind prevails too much from Spitalfields to From the filkweaver down to the meaneft digger in the almoft all are equally infected with this ruin ous difpofition to idlsnefs and which can not be curbed except by When corn is moderately and bread is fold at fixpence the then the whole time of the working part of the nation muft be employed in obtaining a it iT muft be left and the perfons brought up to it will find no more employment in that Here is the reaicriterion of the point in and by experi ence we hate found that by the help of our great na monopoly in our we can rid our felvef of all oiir manufactures when the quartern loaf is fold at Why then fliould we defire it to be fold at a cheaper rate Ii is nothing to the purpofc to fay with your cor refpondent in your paper of the igth that a conflant exportation of our wheat has kept up a con ftant price of our infomuch that feveral fcores of creditable and indultrious tradefraen have found it difficult to fupport their families for it is by thofe very difficulties that they and their families arenurfed up in the fchool of induftry and rendered It contrary to all experience to that cheap provifions are a fpur to Every cheap year has convinced us of the Evtry farmer would fmile at our ignorance if we would talk io like Neither idlenefs nor an over plenty of provifions are conducive to our health and nor the health and ftrength of our pof On the thofe great bleflings are more readily confequent of labour and abilemiouf which ftrengthen the improve the con and compofe the following generation of a manly know but two teachers the one is theother The weak nefs of the former has always been confpkuous in perfuading mankind to labour and fo very neceflary to cur peace of and ftrength of while the eloquence of the latter I has almoft always been as obfervably If j we defire that eur cotemporaries mould be able to endure and prone to we muft fubmit to the mortification of witneffing thofe neceflities which difpofethem to a laborious and put it out of their power to enervate their conltitu tioMs by and We mutt nve the lie to conftant or admit that the lowed clafs of the mduitrious paor are by far more more free from and more inj clincd to a conjugal life than thofe who to anj more happy in the pofieilion of the gifts of or know how to acquire them on caller We to the dilgrace of our that Necefluy is the only adequate fchoolmifuefs capable of training mankind to and even Why then mould we contend for a regulation which would certainly ba nifti from Britain the moil powerful inftructrefs of mankind in fchool of goodnefs I it is on al hands that in or dinary years this ifland produces at as will fcrve m for if this be and I have bency of Defartmore in Finbarges and the Treafureihipof Patricks Dublin in with the laid Archbimoprick of and BilHoprick of vacant by the of the molt Reverend late Archbifhop si The King has been pleafed to order like letters pa tent for the translation of the Right Reverend and Honourable Henry Bifiiop of Dra to the Biflioprick of vacant by the transition of the Right Reverend Arthur late Biftiop to the Archbifhoprick of The King has been pleafed to order like letters patent for the promotion of William Do6tor in to the Bifiioprick of void by the tranflation of the Right Reverend and Honourable Henry late Biihop to the Bifhoprick of James of LowLayton in the county of to furreuder the zjth the gth of and 3d of at ten in the fore at Jofeph late of Newfquare in the city of dealer and the z6tk at five in the the of and jdot at fix in the at John Lucas late of in parifh of Botolph dealer and t and Sth of at nine in the and ot at four in the at Robert late of Doncalter in the county cf dealer and the igth and nd of and 3d of at four in the at Days appointed far making the dividends of Bankrupt ejiaies te Jafeph Thomas and Roger late of Kinglton upon dealers and and the loth of at eleven in the at John of Bewdley in the county of dealer and chap the lith of April and not on the as befors mentioned at ten in the at the Angelio Wingfield Wildman and John Page the of merchants and dealers the i Sth of at four in the at Charles late of in the pa rifh of Saint An drew Hoi in the county of Mi cl the i th of at four in the af at never as yet heard it difpmeti what mutt become ot our fuperfluous corn in cafe a perpetual embarpo was hid on the exportation of that ncceilary of as your recommends Sure it inuillieon our hands and or be made into dang for them Yefterday there was grand Court at Tomorrow being hs Royal Highnefs the Duke of Yorks birth who then enters into the zStU year of his their Mnjeities will receive the com pliments of the the Some favourable advice are faid to have arrived late on night lait at Secretary Con ways from the Court of relative ro the fpeedy payment of the Canada It is reported that a great perfonage has lately de for the no more places or pcn fions hall be granted upon the Irilh either for life or We are that feveral Noblemen were laft week in long conference with Pit at And who in that apply felves to raife a commodity which they could not put j where heis at prefent ill of the gout and it is now off their lijuvls No body So that fuch a regulation would foon he productive of that penury oft he beft which your correfpcndent feems fo much to dread j or doth he think that the fo reign corn trade can betaken up and laid down at j our pleafure if Owego thinks in that he fj is as ignorant of commerce as he proves himfelf to be j of the nature of when he contends for fuch an unequalled cheapnefs of provifions as would be found in our markets if we continued to grow as much as at after the quartern loaf was fold for As to the terror Omegn is under of migrations to our if our markts are permitted to or even to continue as they we may thauk I ovuwife Minifters for that who have pro vided our people with a country where they cannot I be taxed fo as to keep their manufacturers in a Rate fuiikieney for a prefent comfortable They can fpare little time in and lefs for fo that the kingdom thereby gains the one half of their which would otherwife be totally loft to the community agriculture merits thsbigheit encou ragements we can beftow that ufeful employ Every bufhel of corn is fo much got to man kind in and every fuptrfluous bufhel above the annual confumption of the by the exportation of made fo much clear gain to the Thoufands withia this ifland art maintain ed by and the trades thereon dependent 5 and the exportation of corn fupports feveiral thou fand of encreafes our and jtnriches the Is it not then reafortable for mer mould live like a anJ that every perfon concerned in and about the various branches of the manufactures promoted by fliould figure it equally with other would apply themselves to or in thefervice of the farmer upon other terms It is plain nobotly Why then fliould not farmers and all artizans em ployed by them be as far encsuraged as the good of the kingdom will permit The only danger we and the only inconve we can fuffer by the high rates of bread and that our manufactures mould be fo much encreafed thereby in that we cannot fell them at the fame prices with foreign commodities of the fame But all declamatory relative to the fufferings of fhe incluftrieus part of the the meaner fort of the cccafioned by high are only theeffervererce of a for eVery man chat works for his bread will take care that his wages mailbe proportioned to the value of the neceffaries of and enough for his fupport yet if any manufacture cannot be perfect ed at fuch a rate that it can be offered to fale on equal terms with foreign goods of the like that trade of fubferviency to That how is and will expire with that unira tional Minifhy who are conducted by principles fo ill fuited to the genius of our We need that we mall be long tor mented fuch improvident The na tion will foon fee and feel the horrors of thofe mi and thofe feelings will oblige us to drive from the admiuiftration men whole if al lowed to would foon depopulate Btrt we muft not think of engrafting general com mercial rules upon fo unforefeen and fo temporary an The trade of our under the infpec tion of a prudent may foon be laid under fuch rettriclions that no temptations for con verting Britain into a defert mail be offered from In the mean I hope that that love which sll mankind entertain for their native foil will ekbJftiucl fo very fpeedy a tranfplantation of Englifii men into that yet woody as your corref pendent too juftly 83 The following letters are Lucius Bulldog of Spital OMEGA is come to From the LONDON March Their High MightinefTes have made a promotion of General including as far back as the year which will probably be followed by a promotion in the fea fer March The King has been pleafed to order letlers patent to Tie pa fled under the Great Seal of the kingdom of for the tranflation of the Right Bifhop of to the Archbifhoprick of with the Biflioprick of Glandelagh united thereunto and alfo for granting to the faid Bifhop of thereclory of alias in the county of Monaghan and dio cefe of Clogher in the and the pre confidently that he will fhortly he ia the admi niftration and we are alfo that the repjit of Pitts liGufe at Kayes being is without Friday the Right Lord Holland arrived from On the at his houfe at near the Eight Thomas Lord Saturday night the remains of rhe late Earl De was interred in Margarets Weft It is reported that the Earl Delawar will his late father in the government of ExcraSl of a letur fram Mach The King having permitted his of Paris to end a grand deputation to him on the ninth of this the deputies to tlu number of y were introduced into his Majeftys chamber a the fame being prefented by the and conducted by the of tiii The in his chair cf in prtfence cf his Council and grent i tlie difcourfe which the fir ft prefident had been char gedby the parliament to addrefs to him after which his Majeity bade the Deputies retire into the Audi ence lill he them to be called ia The King then held a at the iilue whereof his Majtity ordered in the Grand Deputa and made his anfwer to them in the following terms c My will and my refolutions are that they may be publicly Your deliberations on the ought to remain The ho nour of my parliament is not brought inta queition to maintain I have aken care to give the in ftrudlions You had no after ths fteps which I have to talk to me again of furpiifeand I knowledf pend on towards me and my Private letters from the Hague that nobleman of fome fay the Count Benf uncle to the Duke of ir n to be charged with an important bulincfs in the Court of on the part of his ferenelIighnelii the Prince of Letters from Madrid that the froit been fo terrible this that many well as horfes and have been found dead the ftreet and that provifions are become excdlive fcarce and on account of the difficulty of They write from that the have actually affumed a Republican which in a lati Affsmbly of the chiefs is ordered to be carried as the ftandard of the ifUtid oh b6ard all their gallies and hips of They write from Port that their Jndit Company have taken up twentyfive hips for the fervice of the current to fail for the French fettlements at and Some letters from Holland thattfreir is in fo bad that they have not at preleut ten capital fhips of war ui condition for aftivi The communication with by the way of faid to have besn in cod
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