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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 8, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily R 1 L HAY M A T A R THE K E KINGS THEATREin the THIS the 8th of will be performed a favourite Serious called D E M 0 F O O N T The Mufic compoled by Siguior With Pit and boxes to be put and perfom to be admitted without which will be delivered This Day at the faid at half a guinea Ga kry five By their M A J E S TI E S No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and willbs opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex By AT the Kings Theatre in the on Monday the of will be AN Being the laft this Tickets will be delivered to fubfcribers on Satur day at the office of the laid Every ticket will admit either one gentle man or Vivant Rex HAYMARKET The TENTH GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver His NEW with the AD as Tomorrow The doors tb be opened at fix tk begin exactly at even Boxes Pit Gallery JT Y L 0 Ml THE General Quarterly Meeting of the Guardians of this charity will beheld on Thurfday at tieves oclock in the when their atten dance is particularly EIGHTH N I G H Ts By begin exaftly at half an hour after of HE LIBRARY of JOHN Efq ofSun ningHill lately deceafed confifting of e greateft number of the bell and fcarceft Italian books that were ever fold in any one collection in this Likewife many of rareft and belt Spaniih By SAMUEL At his lioufe in Ccvent Ca alogues to be had price at the place of tbt inhabitants sf YOU are earnestly requeiied to confider well the propoials made by your for paving and lighting the ftreets to confider if any out interested in that can induce them to take it out of the hands of a lett of moil diftinterelted f Why are the inha bitants of this to be put to an expence of or for an to what the prefent paving aft will do for us Nothing but a third for more power in your could tempt them to adopt a made by fome interefted member and if it ever pafs hits an depend upon it will be made a look to ygur TO be A large collection of of the twelve different and in fome ot them in red and blue in very good and very being many years in collecting there are many of them printed in the time of the Commonwealth of To be leen at in Great near There are left a few of The or A Perpetual which hews the iuns riling and funs and the monthj and day of the week in frames of and A Ene parcel oi real India TO be at Scarborough in and entered on at or about Midfummer a large and convenient krtflwn by the name of fituated near the with a fine extenlive profpeclboth as to country and now in the of Ceckenll con taining five rooms on the firft twoxf which are handfomc one meafuring m length 93 feet by 19 two feven four and a good a length and breath the tame as the diningroom four vaulted Cellars containing soo of water a garden behind the and another adjoining to well planted with wall fruit afield oppoiite the of an acre and a half of well wa with and other conve Whoever chuffs to treat about the lame by applying to in York j in New Mail on at feeverley in York Sure or Chriftapher Harn attorney at law ia be further ac Juit imported by PAUL faurtg Southtwnptonftreet in the MEMOIRES de Madame la de Pom Ou Ton decouvrc les Motifs de Wufires des Traias de les les les differentesCours de les Menee les Intrigues les Caracteres des ceiui des Miniilres la Ciue de leur Elevation le Sujet de leur Digrnce aerftiemeni tout ce qui seft pane peivJant les vingt deniieres Annees du Regue de Louis Ecrirss par elie A trauftation of this kook is in the smd wiil fpeedily be Tkis dtiy is In one volume price JOANNIS Harduini Jefrtuz Cencunun Scrip toruin veterura Londini Suinptjbus may be juil Comparaiibn delImpot de avec celui par This fn account of its bus dss f des Hiftifc des Call igeneiou Meiaoires fe i i LArt Sentir Juger Maitere de 4 5 Le Les Iviieanes i Le Gukie des jeaaes Tomorrow will be A SECOND EDITION of OALSTAFFS WEDDING A Co MED P Written by author of the eview of Johnfons and feveral ther ingenious Printed for in Pauls This day was price AN EXAMINATION of Kenricks REVIEW of Jolinftons EDITION of Printed for in LudgateAreet and fold by Where may be in one octavOj price A Revifal of Shakefpeares Text vherein the Alterations introduced into it by the more modern Editors and are particularly of he would have fotind that our poor have neither time to fpend in nor a fluency of money to bj waited in vices he would have feen in numerable objects of real merit languiming under the levereft afflictions from the artificial famine of the times 5 and 1 e likewifp would have of ma rly grievances which vjit or even the tions of the people exempting weaitiiy or the noble j as a of their would not oniy contiibfte to heslIi of their but allo fecure the islitity or their Whatever fpecioui arumtnr moft diffipated would fpire no exertion to re drefs he would have preiled the necelTary meafure of a ronftarit en on corn he would have pointed out ways to abolifli the iniquitous and pernicious crime of with a fpirit bej l coining the name of Chrilllan and he would j have their oppreflors to be MERCIFUL So indifputably dittrefsful are our poar from the demands of all the necefFary articles nercaitcr be iiirica1 ing u cf vef For the letter figned CIV lajl To the MEROUS as my opponents mJ may fallacious as their arguments hall be and as laconic as their threats can be ex prefled as formidable too as their names may and as partial as thtir reafoiis liall be or as falfely as their interpretations can be hinted in the little that has tajeen and the ALL that may be will never deter me from my pur nor provoke me to recriminate becaufe our time is too precious to be facrificed in and the grievances of a people is of too weighty an import to be neglected for Adversaries and abufe fpring from the fame and gender from the fame root we are not there fore to if any endeavour that to cor rect public or redrefs national meets with the unavoidable confequences of calumay and oppofition becaufe the grofs of mankind is profli gate and But however uncharitably I may be thought or whatfoever menaces I hall re it will only infpirit my refolution toprofecute that which is not to be interrupted in its progrefs by nor defeated with fophiltry nor filenced through did I predict thefe cavilling dif and malignant for experience makes Prophets in fame manner as reformers breed enemies but I did not iiragine I fhouldjbe fo foon from an opinion of a lefs fliare of merit in mankind than I really conceived for if our confciences are fufceptible of oblique or gentle it is a Cure ign of fome re mains of and a reformation is the eafier ex I am always to find men accefiible to my notwithftanding they will not be te my friendfhip for I had rather far myfelf be the object of their than that virtue hould fall the victim of their Hoftilities are fometimes or our faculties would lefs for want of exercife the greateft actions have owed their rife to oppofition founded in and the world is indebted to ceitain adverlaries for fome of its brighteft Difcord in parts is ever productive of Concord in the whole and that fuch may be the iffue of our prefent difagreemg even AntiOmega himfelf mufl For my own as I have already declared in a former fo 1 beg to repeat again the fame that nothing mall compel me to decline the talk I have in view afluring every opponent I or may that I them no other harm than a proper knowledge and a confederate feel ing for the diltrefs of our Let us then not make calamity a motive of but an opportunity of exercifing our benevolence nor let us Itudy who hall beft defend his but who kail molt promote the general good as fuch conduct alone the writer to and bringeth a man to true Sloth is the parent of and drunkennefs the forerunner of deftruelion they are therefore to be difcouraged in all and go vernments knowing how and inftructed how the fatality of thefe vices In a city a bounding with fo many hundred thoufand fouls as it muft be that many examples of indolenie and difjblutenefs daily offend our notice from hence it I charitably fuppofe a late cor refpcndeyt hath taken occation to infill on the pro priety of the dearnefs of and a conitant exportation ot that our poor might not devote their time to idleneis and Were the idle and the wicked to bt the ONLY an honeit citizen may admit the juilnefs of fuch reafons but take the beggars from our and the charge is both faifc and injurious for if there was 3 real in dolence among our mechaniccs la bour would be extortionately which is not the cafe and as to however much their in clinations may prompt them to can it benf ferted with the lealt appearance of that their wages wiil permit it often imptlj men to be virtuous as well as induftrious lefs it is to be that there are through exemplary in and even in a more gene ral decree aenong that very chfs of fociety which now labours under the rod of penury and op preflion for a conflrmt laudablt employment is a bleffing unknown to the an unhappy of is one evident that of the txvo the latter is the moft vicious and Alpha duly examined my letter of the nft of wherein no unjult eftimate appears of the anmial expences of the family of a labourer had he traced the fundry evils of monopoly through all its branches had he the prifons in this metropolis had he even coudefcended to mix in the converfation ef yet needy before he ptnned his letter of the See Lettei the in Friday aift of that from the foregoing and remain landing bread is rated at only feven pence the quar tern which was at eight pence for forae time this winter the reader will that they cannot afford tli em elves either or even a lit I thrown out to delude the public aenci of the ufual exforvavion fro tliofe melancholy nitis wiiich been laid agaiiHt the impripntt of Inch I every and vvellwiiher to his wii them the dildain they Upcri vou al 1 never tkl pub licly urged the abfoieie of a embargo on corn till he e of rerkvd tie cheefe and as this is the rerd cafe with too many laborious and families in this whsre then is the leifure to them idle And wherpis the money to certify them debauched For without money no man can indulge his It is therefore cruel and unjuft in your to charge the vices of a on the character of the induftrious If lie dd it to prove that induftry depended ou a or dearnefs of he proves himfelf totally noraitt of and vivific principles becaule no man can work unlefs he is fed will ana a or a paring enfeebles the trongeit con fills it with and perpetuates the evil to Be it I confine this rea foning to Englifh and their immemo rial manner of living whole principal diet is i nor niggards in their As to the unmarried part of our mechanics and who have only themfelves to I humbly think they have as juil pretenfions to regale themfelves at an aleboufe over a pot of as well as any Peer at the Star and Garter over his bottle of Burgundy in the former is the better fttbject for he has earned hisrepait from fer vices done to and he confumes the product of his own Intemperance is by no means to be nor is moderation to be forbid permit to afk who are tke many tradefmen that owe their living in credit to the caufe of the dearnefs of provilions Such a rea fon affigned for fo bad a is a moft daringin fult on the feeling and of mankind if you are capable of and retract an opinion that disgraces your To confider it in all its aggravating would expofe you to contempt and danger but as the molt cautious are foriietiraes into criminal ex fo we are to conclude Alpha not in When the price of labour is inadequate to the j nrice of the poor nnift be ruined to all intents and purpofes and that fuch is the prefent their hnrdieil cannot deny for there is fcarce a article of cur common faIes but is erhanced in value from twenty to ixty j per and all M has been done withis thecoini pafs of a very yeais while livery and j domeitic fervams txcepted much on 1 fame footing as they did twenty and thirty years From this ingle need we preis another reafon for a conitant embargo on and a total abolition of monopoly and foreftnUing i Agriculture will not be affected from thefe as Alpha ft ems fo much to but it will the rather flourifh with abundant gieatnefs becaufe there will be a larger confuinption at from the barrennefs of foreign the price j on exportation wiil be proportionably lucrative for when our neighbours are made acquainted with the laws of which are not toftarve ourow poor to feed their people at an eafy they w be then glad to give even double the premium fur corn to what they have of late years landholders will nectffarily be enriche could I not as pubHclv j velt can pare it at that I quantity befide ard if our i juft and circumltanthL enquiry i they will air pie p erfs to fu the fpeedy of o nectary which will not to render fem pop11 nilevs make a lie merits ofthe an re ciples to be derived bu from iifh PbUejpby and Frooi pro the molt reader i ler irr knowkdge of Alphas trate his doctrine with imimems with his bd 83Letters received Friend to the and not an el L O N J O Veflerday there was a levee at where his Majeity was rrofenr at hjr AJajcilv wtut to and paid a vitit to her royal and icicle Kighnefs the Princess of Yelterday ibeir Royal the Prince of Wales and Bifhop of Ofnaburgh took an airing in HydePark for the firfc time iheir which was pei formed the i SLh of Ahho they had both a confiderahle numier ofVnisll particularly the Bifhop of yet there is hardly ths remains of pitting en his the Lords of the and Commifiioiiers of wi hold the firit time after the Sunday night the Kari Countefs rived at their houfe at for vvno has brought receipt of the Rieif Seymour Efq bein Mur a of in the room of the late Alcn Eiq 1hey write from the ini ported from the coiuie ui the cja k i n to Since our Jail the while nd bn finefs at Annamaboe has been topped rupted by a fet of pirates called who feave taken the hips boars on their to and from their ail the goods or and made the white men iome f have been ran Tiiey attacked the True and would have carried but for our firing upon them vith our great guns and inall The day after our 1 I i I 1 J bandmen AND OUR POOR j Too long has the contrary fyftem in fpite of and every other mil chief attendant on famine and opprefilon And can Alpha that while WE have been paying ior bread at o dear a rate as fix pence and eight pence the quartern neighbours at very time eat our corn at a much lefs price Is this cha rity Is this equity Is this even common pru dence Would the Miniilers of any free country but tbofe of Great dare to overlook fo injuri fo inhuman a and tor fb long a time as it Ins lailed THFSE MINISTERS ARE YET UNPUNISHED To think likevvife that the price of bread at fix he j arrival in the four of our people were taken vn j by thefe on their pailage up the our ji i mall f he and two of the peol weccit but have not been able to get the other eiren ou i l We nlom they would demand by method our huu thiuk ofj to get any ligence of Being Being in continual rear of by thefe Wi were obliged to be niwavs in with ths 1 arm chett upon On the i5th of our Armourer having opened the chtlt to clean and one of the men pa Ting a fonrk dropped into it from his which blew it fet fire to the and tore to pieces the j three white ieveral of the and ccn j Aimed the We laved about ieventy fiaes and the reft of the hips In a few the the Lord Bifhop of will fet out EtTcx and to 11 being his Lordfhips vi I I viiu his di jhio diy the Rjlu the Lord Chancellor will hoid tue fir it General Seal at pence the quartern leaf is both juit aacl a has been hinted by the above is thinking as abfurdly as if the poor were not entitled to their wants at the cheapeft rate that they were born only be our diudges and that to indulge them with any immunities is difappoiming the end of their Too many think in this if we may judge from their I fmeereiv be lieve your prefent Prin dares to think other wife hile he is a witneis to abufes and no nofo temptation ibJl thelj firmnefs of his j j Induftry no man can wifh to promote more than j becaufe no however any right to eat the bread of idlenefs for every idler is an ahfohrte load on the ailing wheels of this vaft ma chine of creaied Being he is a nsifance to and a very to manhood 1 For which it is to lie that the ftate does not devife fuch laws as ainy coiiipal every individual to fome 6nployineat the and cond frcra i j before E aft or IS The Richnrd Halfnis is iafe anivcd at The Prince Watton from arrived at laft hii ihip the r was put into and tiiecon given to John James Jones is by the Lords cf at com ot the to the e mimand of Majeitvs now fitting out at in the raoin o 1iiere be upwards of two thcniaiid employed tLis on boiri I and cutcfrs cieibned for e i I The lawgoinff to be to prevent j fraudulent marking 01 rrame worked i we by fundi v of rliat rjtlck s being brought into irom oiirVood the our otlier gooci tant It were to be wjfhed addition was Tnatle to ficli a law he articls imported in the watch Laft week information has been jnven f venil chambei bins and hoitleix ci ubhc reailmc tea in poundandiiaif fom ti e Kentifli rj 1 vi
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