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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 5, 1766, London, Middlesex S A T U R A PR I L AT A7 R T H B K E KINGS THIS the jth of will be performed a favourite Serious called D M O F p O N T The Mvulc compofed by Signior With Aancesi Pit and boxes to be put and fco perjbns to be admitted without which trill be delivered This Pay at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By flieir M A JE STIES No perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix VivantRex H A YM A R K E T T HE A T GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver His NEW with the AD as THIS Trhe dodrs to be opened at fix to begin at Boxes Pit Gallery Acted but ONCE theie NINE For the BENEFIT of AT the Theatre Royal in on the of will be performed the Tragedy of C A T WALKER Clarke Smith Gibfpn Davis 5 Dyer1 An derfpn Gardner 5 Mat locks With FARCE and Boxes fit Firft Gallery UpperGallery Admittance behind the To begin exactly at fix Vivant Rex Tickets to be had of at in oppofiteYork ftreet j and of Sarjantat the where places may fee For die of M T the Theatre Royal in enTuefday Stk of will be presented a caJW RULE A WIFE and HAVE A Mi Havard Love 5 Juan Packer Aickin j Ackman 5 Hopkins 5 Old Yates End of A5t a accompanied with two fev VERNON and With There will be no admittance behind the Kill Places and tickets to be had of the ftagedoor of the For the BENEFIT ot T the Theatre Royal in on Saturday the of vrill a ABOLD STROKE FCrR A SirrPhilip Mode MnDyer j Obadiah GIBSQ N Per Shuter MrBvmftall Clarke Simon Coftollo j Morgan Pitt j Anne Mifs With Entertainments of To which will be added T H O M A S and the SAILORS The Beard the Mr Mattocks Mifs Peitrer Mifs The Dancing by Mifs Mifs Tickets be bad of at his houfe Coventgarderf arid of at the ftage door where only places are to be ice i gnticks REVIEW pubtifltd fri AN EXAMINATION MrKg of Johaftons EDITION of Printed for in Ludgateftreet and fold by in Where may be in one price A Revifal pf ShakefpeareVText vherem the introduced into it by the tiiore modern Editors and are particularly zi toy was price or Neatly printed in two GENUINE MEMOIRS of Mifs MARIA ExhibiiiRg the life of a courte Zan in the moft falhionable Scenes of Published by the author of a W of P Printed for ia The X T N I G H Ts SAL By AU C T I O To begin exactly at half an hour after of THE LIBRARY of JOHN of Sun nirigHill lately deceaied confifting of the greateft number of beft and fcarceft Italian wefe ever fold in any ojie colleftkmin this Likewife many ot the rareft and beft SpahHh By SAMUEL BAKE At hishoufe in Catalogues to be had price at the place of In a fiia days will bt MARKSsori LETTER iSHOPof j with the BISHOPS and the SECOND COR his Lordihip aadtiic Ooctor Vf omnium Jic liter intemferantia la Printed for Davis and book over againft B O OKS This Day on THOUSAND in and Englilh being the Libraries of the late of lare John of The whole making a fine in the facilities and fciences books of and of the firft HIS many on royal and imperial paper and Ipkudidly bound in and in the Paris bind Thefe bookswill be fold cheap at the prices printed in the Catalogue This and By D A S and R E Y M E R Oppofite GraysInnGate Printers to the Royal Catalogues are delivered by in Piccadilly Doduey in in New et at j at Templebar at Johns Cora j A L M A C K v the will be 4G R A N D CONCERT and B A L Fer the B E N E F i T of 5 MIDDLESEX In order to enable the Governors tJ complete the New Wing for the reception of a greater number of This will be the lalt public ball granted there this Tickets One Guinea LANCASHIRE THE Annual Meeting of the Gentlemen of the county of will be at the Half Moon tavern in on Thurfday the of The Lord George in the Harbord Efq Edward Efq Efq John James Tickets to be fead of the Stewards and of facing TO be A large collection of of the twelve different and ia fome of them in red and in very good and very being many in collecting there are many of them printed in the time of the Commonwealth of To be ieen at in Great near There are left a fewof The or A Perpetual which fhews the ruing and funs and the and day or the week in frames of and A fine parcel of real India Tbis Day is The FIRST Vo L u M E FOOL of QUALITY the Hiftory of Henry Earl of By Printed for in For the SIS IGNOTUS PHILO PONTIUM Two and the P R I N T E AN naturally follows that which it or to t0 Hence it that in wellgoverned where avalue is put upon and no one honoured Xin C J lefs for fuch qualities as are bene ficial to the men are from tlie tendereit years brought up in a belief that no thing in this world deferves to be fought but fuch honours as are acquired by virtuous actions 5 by this means virtuentfelf as for merly in Snd where riches whichy with the vanity that follows and the honours men give to are the root of all evil were either totally baniflied or little re When no other advantage attended the greateft riches than the opportunity of living more fumptu oufly or men of great fpirits flighted When AriiUppus told Cleanthes that if he would go to and natter the he need aot feek his flipper under a hedge j the philofopher that he who could content himfelf with fuch a fup per need not go to Cotirt to iktter the and even the Lacedsraoaian found no inconvenience in wjjflft their virtue was and the xicheit Princes in the world feared their valour and It was not difficult for Cincin or JEmilius to content themfelves with the narroweft when it was no obitacle to them ia the purfuit of thofe honSurs which thsir It was in vain to think of bribing a man wlto flipped upon the fruits of his He could not be gained by gold who did not think it neceffary He that could rife from the plough to the triumphal and contentedly return thither could not be corrupted and he that left the ferife his poverty to his who found not wherewith to bury might leave and Greece to the pillage of his without taking to himfelf aay part of the But when luxury was brought into and they came tq be honoured who lived though had in themfelvevno qualities to diftin guilk them from the bafeft the moll virtuous gien expofed to corn if they were poor that poverty which had been the mother and nurfe of their virtue grew To be Letters received NewiHg Therela Mariner and To the Who noble Or fmiles in or Like good Aurelius m bleed Like Socrates that man is bleft indeed SIJ4CE my the critical day has which mull determine the fate pf many parjihes for one and perhaps the fate ol parifhes for many years to I doubt many worthy men of true public fpirir uave properly exerted themfelves on that to lay R good foundation fur redrefTmg the grievances heretofore mentioned by me and theie worthy Gentlemen who are I in the name of all good very heartify and fincerely congratulate 5and with tliem all defirablc fuccefs in completing the great and neceffary work fo happily But there no who have ex erttd themfelves with equal public ipirit and unre ardour for the good of the yet their labour has net procured them the otijj crown which glitters in the ejt of he multitude S v C c s s s To tlufc I would addrefs the wordz of my If their intentionshave been noble and difinte refted if they have had no end in view but the good of the community if their end was and the means ufed rightly adapted and ccrrefpondent with the nobie object of their they have no thing lo reprcschthemselves with they have the henrtfelt fatisfaction their part their upright intentions are known to and the internal peace and confolatiori refulting from is the immediate reward unfullied uniformly bellowed by the great Creator on the truly who with the immortal Bard above quoted place all and religion in love of God and lcve of Some men are by Divine Providence and by inclined to turn their attention and employ their to promote the welfare of a whole others to that of a feme con fine their care to their own others move within the narrow fphere of that fordid bane of all true fecial fenfations and feelings of humanity wkich now preys upon the vitals of the Sorry I am to I fee the moth of Society pene trate almoit every If POPE were now he muft recant that fweet plaufible True felfloye and focial are the The felflove now in vogue canfifts in every individual endeavouring to devour his fellow and the commu nity with the utmoft eagernefs and the man who preferves a living fpark of that being diffufes itfelf by fympathy and extends by force to the whole human is expofed to ridicule snd contempt of thofe who never felt the amiable Divine For my I have attempted fome crude cffays on parilh affairs in your paper and 1 hall be happy if any good effects arife from it to the remoteit parirh in England for what I the well handled by fome abler may be as beneficial to the public as of more feeming aational im portance for I think I can fee fome fmall analogy between the affairs of a great nation and that of a parifh what is a great kingdomi but one great pa confifting of many pariflies And if ever reformation takes it muft begin fomewhere perhaps in fonie and fromthence communi cate to until it come to fpread far and wide over the whole I could wifli fome Sages in authority would take it into their ferious confi deration lofketch fome plan to regulate one fmgle to eftabliui a wife and mild internal government of one it might ferve fora model to other parifhes it might even be an example in higher matters of fmall model gi a wellcontrived houfe whereby to build a large rtujsendous edifice From fuch a well regulated little ufeful hints may be taken to reform abufes in the nation as a picture in miniature exhibits all the linking features of a full grown TO cairy fuch a fcheme into exe a good opportunity now The Gen tlemea of Holborn are now applying to Parliament for a new regulation of parifh affairs I heartily with them good and that they may have the kind affiftance ofthe ableft heads and honeitefhheartsinthe and compleat their to render it and every way that fivmuch of the plan as may be applica ble to other may be univertally efpecially in the environs of London ar bitrary in al its frightful reigns in the faburbs of London more than any other part of in affairs and it is high time to feparate thsprfice of a from that of Overfeer General of the Poor thefe two offices united in one yet bothundefined and unlimited in themfelvesi do conltitute an oUice which hasfcarce a name in our If I was to name I fliould call him a armedwith the two edged fword of ecckliaitical power and the public A prefenti his Compliments to Ara bella and as he is very willing for aujltance from the Ladies in he defires the favour of an why me thinks the mer chants teitifying their duty arid refpeti to their Sove wasa badreafon for thtir geingup in a large on the repeal ofthe Stamp Act And begs her fufpicion for that not being the true reafon public Bntifh and ot a free people are improper when their appears in fubmits it to the cunfiueiation of ivlen tre jemale miniftiy take reins of government it may not be proper to pafs an ait of no perfon whatever fnall appear in the Jlreets ivben the Kgoes te a or any other punifhrnent that Sir Bullface DoubleFee may As to the information of great jnen having been cannot on his own but is told that that doughty rive in and doubtlefs J rica merchants the juitice takes upon him fer all the North America the utmoft deference anJrefpex to afk pardon of the whole places they that day took in the robing and flatter themfelves when the amiable ex reflect importance ofthe it will plead their at leaft with the whoie approbation alone they A to the gentleman to whom the honourable ti tle is of being the gutter of the it is well knoiw that lie did every thing in power prevent the Stamp Aci being pafled lalt yi5ar for the truth of which appeal to the Whether his fellowcitizens do think hiiji worthy ot being one of their reprelentatives in time will As to Quidnuncs H not but it is already Engaged for or perhaps it may beher intention to propofe In anftver to Quidnuncs In what jray can the Minifttr aft towhom nature has not given the powers olffeakwg in the fenate thijiks he may fafely i every thing that hnds to the be nefit ef Great admitting Quidnuncs proportion for Pitt to have all the merit of the repeal of the Staitijf Act anJj in order to as well as refers to the orders which were inftantly ifTued from the to prevent armed Cutters Rationed in from inter rupting the commerce whidi was advanta geous ta the manufacttirers of Great the adjuftmeat of the Canada the re moval cf the odious Collection of duty on from Excije the coalition of the Nonii American and Weft who never agreed before under any wife regiilations in confequtnce now on the for our commerce in by which iJnu fands and tens of tbcujands of Bririfii manufaiElurers will be the revenues very and Hie fwgib of te nation become the terror of its internal and L O N D O It was yefterday moraing that tiieCourj of Spain hsdttaited fora a difficulties ia regard to the aliumed by the Englifti of carrying clandestine trade with his Catholic Majeitys ubjefis in America and the in cantequince of which orders had been iffued for fittingout a great number of They wrire from the that it has been agreed to compliment the new Sovereign of with 30 pieces cf fliip a quantity f naval and ordnance and florins Thurfday evening the iViarquis of ion andheir to Graces the Duke and Dudiefs cf was baptized by the name of The fponfojs were his Grace the Duke of Lord Robert and theMarchioaefs of Ta We are araorgrc the many regulations in tended t be made in the the following is no foldier being discharged from the ihall be ftript of his There is ho foundation for the reports lately cir that the price of beer would be On the it is that the prefent mi niitry very warmly opp fed an attempt of that Yefterday the Admiral Coates and hisb other Hnmphry Efq an eminent vviiiemeichant in in the fet cut for Wai in in order to take pofiefnon of a large eftate in that which they are come into potfeffion ot the deaf Colonel lave of tie who greatly diftinguiflied himfelf by his bravery and tho battle of On Wednefday next wili be at the India houfe in a general court of the Proprietors of India for the election of Di rectors for theyear The fame day will be held a general court of the for the election of a Governor and Di rectors ofthe faid Ahjlrafi of the late Jor repealing he American The act lets that as the continuanceof the former act would be attended with many aiv 1 might be productive of conieqnences greatly detrimental to the commercial intoreih of tliefe it is therefore from and arcer the firtt day of May die fevers nwcters and things contained in repealed and void to all intents and At the next Court of Common we hear a worthy member intends to move for having a body of foldiers appointed nightly the room of the fuoject to allthe rigours cr military citici but under the direction of a civil officer this he tiiinks would prevent a multitude of difordcrs in our be much better protection to the public than any other The inhabitants of Curnhul and Broadltreet have figned a petition to a great re quefting that whatever fhail hereafter be made by a certain they maybe obliged to pay their equal proportion of taxes for fuch im We hear that the parifh will above Sixth part of their by the building an aiiembly room in the place which and as houfes are become exceed ing they will apply to the next Court of Com moncouncil todeilre the aid of that Ccurt to hinder a deligu that is generally believed will be of veiy pernicious conLquence amongtc inhabitants wluis ible dependence is apon trade and The meeting of the Committee for diipoiing of the remainder if the money collected fur the poor which was to have been on Tluirfday at Batfons is onrucpuntot tneir not being a fufficient number of members to do We are that the above Palatines are fettled in a village about miles up thi cuuntry in South happily enjoy every rea fonable comfort 0f life and arc in time by their to make a grateful return for the bountiful favours they hive received from this cha ritable There has ben lately placed in the defk of a pa riih church of this a curious pitch in or der to guide the and give the true pitch for letting the Pfalm uas been frequently ob that good linging in efpecially are no is as remarkably there THf4 y molt of the conventicles on of the hes in c itch town the introd pipes bs m inch On Tueiday laft was a Leonard Sltoredit upper Churchwarden was choien tii a majority of three hundred againit poor forty On Thurfday there xvas alio a tit conteit for a Churchwarden of apaiilh in Bifii the fortunate Camiidatc wa ciioien by a of Five The public mult by made in feveral for the a of that ibme advantages or emoluments are annexed Notwithstanding Footes late we are well informed that he has continued all huen gagements with his peiforme rs tor next has to in M A
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