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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 2, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily WED N E S A P R I L HAY K E i MAR A T T H E THEATRE in the ori Saturday the of will be ormtd a favourite Serious called D M OF O O N T The Mufic compared by Signer With Pit and boxes to be put and fib petfons to be admitted without which Vill tie delivered That Day the laid at Ijalf a guinea each Gallery five By their MAJESTIES TNo perfan whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor intbthe The gallerjjpit and will bs opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex For the BENEFIT of AT the Theatre Royal in on the ith of will be peiibrmed The BUSY The Bufy Woodward Sir George MATTOCKS Clarke Sir Francis Shuter Sir Jealous DunftalH Coftolle Fergufen Mattacks Pitt Mifs With Entertainments of Dancing by iad To wliich added an English Burletta m ID A Shuter i Beard Dibdin j Legg Dun ftall MATTOCKS 5 Stephens j Mattock j Baker MHs Books of the Burletta to had at the Boxes Firft Gallery Upper Gallery Tickets to be had of in Coventgarden j and of at the ftagedoor j where places for the boxes may be For the BSHJLFIT of Mifs T the Theatre Royal in on the Mthof will beprefented The BEGGARS Vernon Yates j Braniby Parfons Mat Kear Burton Strange Abington being her firft that i Diana Bradihaw 5 Mils Wf being ier firft appearance ia that To conclude with a Country Itt aft by Mifs To wtjcli will be added by particuar defire a Comic called DAPHNE and A M I N T O principal charafters by Mifs and Mifs With Ranees incident to by Mifs Sigoora Mils Mifs Tfcert wittoe no admittance behind the at coadi at the Golden near Longacre and of John where places may be taken For the BENEFIT of AT the Theatre Royal in on the istkof will be revived a The FAIR QJI A K E R of DEAL s of the Nxy Commodore 5 Beau Woodward Smith j Sir Charles Perry Gardner 5 An derfon 5 Bennett fiift fecbnd Barrington j CoftoHo fourth Lewis fifth Murden lixtk Buck Mifs Macklin j Mifs Wilford j Baker Jenny Gardner j Walker Pitt Arabellas With a Mufical FARCE and svswdlbeexprefled in the bills of the Pit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery To begin exactly at fix Vivaat Rex No perfons can bs admitted behind the and places to be had of at the For the Benefit and mcreafe of a FUND eitablifhed for the Support of Decayed Muficians and their ji T the Kings Theatre in the on the icth of will be per foratedA CONCERT of Vocal and Inftnrraental M U S I The vocal parts by Signor Signer Signer and Sigaora Vif The inftrumental by the beft Particulars will be timely a Subfcribers rickets will admit one perfon only to any part of the niij be had at Jefle the v at his near the in who by the Souety to deliver and receive the The Governors beg leave to inform the nebility and gentry to whom this charity is fo from Tune 1764 to June they have ne ceflarily andexpended for th upportof de cayed muiicians nnd their widows of de cayed and in maintaining an4 educating orphaas who in diem and for and other inci dental charges relating to the the fmn of that the books are and may be by gentleman being a fub fcriber to the charity the firft Sunday in every at a meeting ot the at the in HAYMARKET GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver NEW with the as Tomorrow The doors to be opened at fix to begin exactly at feven Boxes Pit Gallery The T H I R D By To begin exactly at half an hour after of THE LIBRARY of JOHN Efq of Sun ningHill lately deceafed j confiding of he greateft number of the beft and carceft Italian ooks that were ever fold in any one collection in this cingdom Likewife many or the rareft and beft panifh By SAMUEL At his houfe in analogues to be had price at the place of PAXfL highly ien fible of the repetaed favours they have received rom their friends and take this me hod of acknowledging their and to in brm the ladies in general that they are removed rrom the Queens Head and in a large and commodious the corner of iedfordftreet and Chandoisftreet the Queens lead and Star over each door where they have vift laid in an entire new affortment of fpring wocuredin fuch a manner as will enable them not only to deferve the continual ce of their frieods fa but likewife all others who may honour them their Thofe filks which calculated for the will be fold on exceeding low ASalfe of filks continues at the Turk op pofite Cheapfide j confifting of a arge and elegant affortment of damafks flowerd nd plain black filks of ill kinds aad plain luftrings j ike wife great variety of new filks for the prelent Ryder returns his moft grateful ac knowledgments to his friends and for their aft and hopes for a the arae and affures that of the articles will be fold at the prices appraifed which is not than from IB to zo per under the original JOHN who carries on the Carpet Manufactory at begs leave to inform the Nobility and That he is now in where 1C propofes to ftay a fortnight during which time any Gentleman or Lady who fhall pJeafe to favour lim with their by directing to him at Samuel Lucks Carpet Carpenters will be punctually waited and Carpels of any defigns or dimenfions that they may chufe mall be executed in the moft perfect man and with the utmoft difpatch agreeable to their begs leave further to acquaint the That he hath now at Lucks warehoufe an aflbrtment of Carpets of various and price from 18 to per fquare yard the laft fort is as cheap as the Turkey and much exceeds them in beauty of and va riety of In four large volumes price A New Edition being the Third of BISHOP BURNETs HISTORY of bis OWN Together with the Authors and tome explanatory by the his late one of the Judges of his Majeftys Court of Common Priated for in Covent garden This Day iifubli A New price bound The FIRST and SECOND VOLVMES of THE DIVINE LEGATION of By the Right WILLIAM Lord BISHOP of Printed for and and in the Strand and fold by in Paternofter Where may be had the and sth The Alliance between Church and A Courfe of Sermons on the Principles of Natural and Revealed i A View of Lord Bolinbrokes Philo four letters to a The fame book printed in The Doftrine of da were dorrectly printedon a good paper and In twelve large volumes Adorned witha HEAD of the ddigfted by WORKS of HENRY Efq I With ESSAY on the LIFE aat GENIUS ot the By ARTHUR Efqj of printed for in the Where may be An elegant HI SW O R K printed on a royal in four volumes Price u fbmely Five This day is price Embelhmed with a head of the celebrated Queen of a fine Historical and a new Song upon for different inltrumeats N y M B E R of THE COURT MISCELLANY GENTLE MAN and LADYS NEW MAGAZINE FOA The following are a fmallpaitof the contents Memoirs of Queen of with a fine The whimlical diftreis or a An account of a remarkable iurprizing recovery from deafnefs and H itory relative to Richard KSngof and an old Britifli baid An account ot the drefs of the from the earlieft Letter from a young lady introduced into polite The char after of an amiable An account of the manners of the about the time of the Nor man The danger of too eafy illufti ated in the hiftory of The ufe of locufts for food in from Hafielquifts A Cliinefe The palfion of vanity humorouily with the feats of a knight of the Original letters of the celebrated Earl of The abfurdity of indifcriminate Remarks on the character and courtof Charles tPie with Jbme account of the Dutcheispf Nell and other miftreffes of that The Vicar of Wakefields fernioa to his fellow pri The character of the modern tranflated from the The French philofo Complaints of the degeneracy ofthe illgrounded and deceiver a tale adorned with an elegant account of the efcape of King Staniflaus from the city of Peetry The a by On The origin of A long by a gentleman of the univeriity of An the appjoach of by the late An Italian ong fung by Miugotti tranfiated by Mifs Wil Printed for Richardfon and under jiie Royal Exchange in the Strand and by all the fellers and news in Great Bfitaia Qf r whom of theformer nuinbers niay be BOOKS This Diy drt S A L NEAR TwEKTV THOUSAND in and inglifh being the Libraries of the late of Hackney the late John of and others The wiiole making a ine in the various faculties and fciences j jocks of and of the firft imprefiions on royal and imperial paper 5 and iptendidly ound in Morocco and in the Paris bind Thefe bookswill be fold cheap at the prices printed n the catalogue This and Every By DAVIS and C R E Y M E R Oppofite Printers to the Royal Catalogues are delivered by in iccadilly in Pallmall in New 5ondftreet at Charingcrofe at Templebar at Johns Coru lill at Jn WeMefJay next tuillbe TheFirft Volume of HE FOOL of QUALITY the Hiftory of Henry Earl of fr By Printed for in day is price In One Volume HE CONFESSIONAL A Full and Free Inquiry into the and of eftablifiiing Syftematical Confeflions of Faith and Doflrine in Proteftant Printed for in T An ABSTRACT ot a from letters faned two CARDS laft To the to makeare or two on your correfpon the humane Alphas let in your paper of the Z7rh and to animadvert onadifpefltion fo oppofite to the fympathy cf af fo remote from right and fo near akin to barbarity and if neceffity compel theinduftripus rnind to be anxious in procuring a competent fubfiftence if the laborious poor man be inclined to take the burden of labour and drudgery upon his flioul ders Is it therefore becaufe he is able to bear a to load him witrran intolerable bur den And becaufe one man is diflbiute and m it juft that the thrifty and induftrious mould fuffer for it It is a facl too that inftead of impelling the poor to bear the Qppreffion and Famine which Alpua is fo very kind as to recommend more readily engage rhem in and in a fet of crimes which really make them anuifance to fociety and the peft of But can commerce be rendered more fuccefsful by and oppreffing the yet part ofthe nation En vis fapientite Our commercial it is natural to would decline by fuch hard and overbearing But fuppofing an extenfion of commerce flioald be the refult of fuch yet reaps the advantage Monopo ind a deteitable fet of a inftances out of too plainly woulc facrifice and to their own and to the acquifition effome illgoiter mammm To enrich fuch raonfters j of are the poor and the the indigentand the to endure all the cala mities of the unceafmg raifery of wearinefs and with the mortifying that with all this fatigue they can fcarce make a fhift to drive fa mine from the door and that if they are without which is too often the they muft inevitably or become burthenfome to their refpeSive Let Alpha plead the rea fonablenefs of a particular clafs of men like gtntlemtn let and let every true fympathize plead for his diftreffed country May I not retort this benevolent gentlemans queftionagainft himfelf Who would apply them felves to or any other whether liberal or without the pleafmg fatisfaftion of being rewarded for their in fuch a manner as would enable them to fnpport themfelves or fa milies with decency as freedom as Bri and comfort as men Not by his own ingenuous And is it confident with realon oi1 fcund to impofe that upon another he feenis fo very loath to errdure hirafeif If candid gentleman once endured bine of the miferies which many induftrious poor have had the unhappinefs to luftain this laft I am much miftakeiiifhe would not be as loud in dtclawatorj and as far from thinking an attempt to re drefs a miftaktn as any of thbfe who now are groaning under the want of common feeking relief in But are thcfe abject people the only fufferers and the middle clafs of are equally deterred from enjoying the fruits of their or enriching which Alpha fo ftrenuoufly in lifts upon as a I had almoft peculiar to monopoliJJj and A the profits of whofe trade or vocation amount to per and very many there are who fall fhort of that rauft at this time find it a very hard mutter to maintain himfelf and family with Such an And is it a public benefit that many ftatutes of bankruptcy liould be taken out Let reafbn Alpha takes upon him to inform that mankind know but two PHI LOSOPHY and I cannot help that neither of themis his Pbilyephj teaches us to feel for others dj ives Us to feel It would be needlefs to fay how little he feems infpired with the former and his owa wonls evince IKnever rightly fuSained the Yet he that NeceJUty is hs orJy adequate fchdoliniftrefs capable of training man kind to virtiier and even I do not thifik it art impertinent queftioil then to By what tutor Alpha learned his and honefty leave it to OMEGA thisgen tleifians pretended nfecefSties for and Will tfdpafs on your patience only with oblerv inghis not to fay reflections oa the preferit patriotic We need fays fliall be long tormented with luch improvident A true Englishman would rather it is to be Iicped that rty fellow countrymen will not long be tormented with Op and oppreffive fchefnesj iince tliey can end to nothing but the univerfal difquiat of the the injury of our own and die deitruc tion of It were eafy to enlarge upon fach a but I will tire you witb nothing farther than to niiure you I am P H I L O P T O C H rrceiied HnlFPay Colo and A TO the March OUR correfpoiident in his letter publiflisd in your paper of this thing I glory as much as the vvinjiers in their tliat my fellow labourers and I are yet un anfwered cur fblid arguments aie yet untouched hy fliortfighted who exult in carryingtheir without the leail regard to the lafting peace and ftabisiiy of this I re joice that I jwned with many other more dignified againtt a herd of American en and their pernicious It is generally that every letter pubJiflied by an author in the daily is conlldercd by the public as nh appeal to their Therefore his paffiiig judgment is rather out of The public are very ready to grant all reasonable al lewance for that common human a mans fondnefs for his own If Honorius can diveft himfelf of this mifguiding and in that temper will lead over again the arguments on the other it is very probable he will not be quite fo fanguine upon this If after this he will im partially confider the confequenee ch muft have followed his and that of his other morerfg nified taking he may judge it not altogether that might by this time have been turned into andthe ivia ner have proved the To R T E pleafe to infert the following arrd you will very much oblige your conftant The narrative the following however unaccountable it may is nevertl e lefs founded on matter of A Copy of a letter from of ta the in I Received and heartily afk pardon for de laying the anfsver 5 in fome you mny thank for by putting rne on a diffi cult the relating a ftory fcarce where in you apprehend myfelf principally When I call it I do net mean there is any need of or any difficulty in relating the faft j as the narrative will be doubted by de nied by and derided by encou ragement cau any one under fuch apprehen to put pen to That part of the journal I kept relating to your begins thus Going to wards to fee my on the top of Her mitage I found a hilling I looked for butfound The next my occafions leading me that I found another I then concluded there muft be money left inthat which I carefully but found no About the latter end ot the week I went that way and in the very fame place I found another I then louk out my and drew it to and in the and and for the fpace of three or four I had there been another hilling in that at that I had turned it up though what billings I found from firft to always lay on the furface of the in the middle of as fo at that I could find no mm only began to think there was fomething uncom mon in next going and finding another was exceedingly From that I was perfuaded in my own that the money washanded to me in Come extraordinary that whenever I came I ihould find a and no more at that time and that the money ought to be laid out in charitable and the whole to be kept a But to bring it to an after eleven weeks Con to he bell of my for I was not always careful to ex peeling a demand of this nature I found thirteen hillings being obliged one toat tend Kidderminfter having a fervanf with I faw the hilling at fome and put the fervant before picked up the ftiil and inadvertently placed it with the reft of my and very foolifhly paid it away for bought of of Kidderminfcer and he fetmed to fcruple that very I toM him if was that I had it where 1 had fevers that though I had it I cams honsftly by it li filly gave too much light into the f He had no fooner put up the my fmote me I law my error in parting with the but had no power to afk for ir I came with a heavy firmly bilic ring I ihoul no wliich fell out
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