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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 14, 1766, London, Middlesex Oie Gazetteer and New Dau A P R I L H A Y M A R K E T the Theatre in the THIS the of will be AN Being the laft this Tickets will be delivered to fubfcribers This the office of the laid If any more than iublcribed they will be delivered This Day at the at fix and twenty hillings The doors to be opened at nine and no Every ticket will admit either one gentle jnaw er two Five different doors will be opened at twelve tor company to go where chairs will eafily be v y Vivant Rex KINGS THEATRE in the the i5th of will be performed a favourite Serious Te MuGc compofed by Signior With Incef and boxes to be put and no r to be admitted without which will G d Tomorrow at the aid at half each five at ieven N B On account oi feme prior the Leaure can only be repeated m this Tomorrew and Saturday A L M A C K the 18th willTie and The MI D 51 E I E S P I In orderto enable the Governors tocw Wing for the reception of a greater as will be the laft public ball granted Tickets une Guinea each which will ladies or one gentleman to be AlmacK and at the C Cornhill bar QOT1 wi M j t v For the BENEFIT of the AT the LockHofpital near HydePark on the 3th of will be performed a New called ivr A N A S Set to Music by W O R G A The vocal parts by Mrs and Mifs Fiift Violin and a Concerto by lit No to be admitted without which maybe hadattke following places Stjames s JamesVftreet the Mount coffee Grofvenor ftreet George s coffee Tmole bar i Rainbow Cornhill and 2 Se Hofpftal To begin at half an hour after Bottom of the Chapel Five Shillings For the BEFXT of T the Theatre Rsyal in To the iSth of will be revived A K E R of DEAL The HUMOURS of the Commodore m will be introduced the famous Sea Song of Ninety1 wo 5 Beau Woodward Smhhi Hull 5 Sir Oharlw Clarke Perry Gardner Mifs Mackhrt Bake Jenny Gardner 5 Walker White Arabella Mifs Cokayne the Fair Mifs End of la the CRJES of by End of the t onus cm tnc m To winch will be added an Enghih Burletta m two called M I D A Shuter Beard 5 Mr Dibdin Legg Dun ihll Mattocks Mrs Stephefts Nf Mattock 5 Baker 5 can be admitted behind the Tickets anil places to be had of at the CORNELYS begs leave to acquaint THE NOBILITY and Subfcribersto the Society in that the Ninth meeting will be on Thurfday the i7th in and the rooms lighted up pvecifely at eight colour of the ticket is and printed in front Ninth Several ungenteel attempts having been made to gain admittance without and fometimes with which has afrrwards been boafted of to Comelyss prejudice and as many ladies and gentlemen or forget their or bring the wrong and neverthelefs make ap and to be thereby fub jecYmg Cornelys to the painful alternative of either breaking through the rules of the or of giving umbrage by a refufal fhe thinks it ne to give this that addi tional perfons are and the utmoft vigi lance will be to prevent all future poffibility of fucceeding in the firft cafe and lie begs to repre in refpea to the other difagreable oc the ladies who hold books have NOW given orders to and infift upon her compliance there on ne pretence any perfon fub fcriber or not hallbe admitted WITHOUT a or with one for ANY OTHER A coach having been overturned the laft concert wight at the owing to the obftinacy of the in injifitng upon coming up the wrong the Nobility and Gentry are moft ear nelily foliated to be peremptory in their commands to be fet and taken up with the horfes heads towards Greekftreet by which all danger to them and injury to their cattle and will be wholly This day is Price fewed bound A DISQUISITION OIIMEDICINES that DISSOLVE thesTONE in CHITTECKS SECRET is confidered and Nullius addict us Jurare in verba Ho a By ALEXANDER Printed for in the Strand is in one gu Illuftrated with price in T HE ELEMENTS of CLOCK and WATCH adapted to la two D v L E X A N7 D ER C U M the and fold at liwlk iionciftreet and by the follow bo chs and in the Strand Covcntganien Richardfon and at Royal Exchange Fletcher and Ander Pauls churchyard at the Menfe Gate New Bondftreet and by Kin and in LANCASHIRE THE Annual Meeting of the Gentlemen of the county of will be held at the Half Moon tavern in on Friday the iSth of Lord George in the Efij John ward Efa 1 John Elq James Tickets to be had of the Steward and of facing Gentlemen are deftred to alter their tickets for April on Saturday night or yefter YV morning a large piece of fix feet whereon was wrote rani and Down vwith an ornamental bor malicieufly cut and carried off from their the corner of and Chandois ftreet This is to that if any perfon or by any means can trace or difco ver concerned in cutting and faid fliew mall receive a rewardoP ten to be paid by Paul and Downtqn as ADIES humbly takes this publicme thod of informing the Nobility and that he has greatly improved his manufactory in drefiing and preparing1 the true French chicken allowed by French ladies themfelves to be neater and ftronger than any of the kind drefled in As thele gloves are drefled with a prepara tion of almonds without or their good effeft for the hands and arms are ealily con Sold only by at the Golden in near Golden at a Hts name is figned in the infide of each COAL at in Great Mar has finillied a new invented in The firft teacheth the boldeft Hote of a tonet harp fichord the fecond exaftly refembles the harp the third the nicelt harmonious ftrains of the lute and the fourth exceeds the fweeteft mufical Any Lady who has learned either upon the harpfichord or may play upon this in ftrument with The greatefl muficians have approved of this Ladies and gentleman may fee it as directed or by fending their or ders to be waited Part Ibis day is and which complete and which complete the FIRST VOLUME of THE PHILOSOPHICAL COMMERCE of ART S Defigned attempt to improve and and to promote that kind of knowledge which they By Printed for the Author and old by in Cornhill j where the fubfcribers nuy receive their ARTISTS AfTbcuted for Relief of their DiftreiTed their Widows and THE Artifts aredefired to take that their for this prefent year will be at Moreings Great in on Thurf day the inftant and all Artifts in and appear this obfervntiou is uithoist one exception in any the miseries of h benevJJence 13 ai ays read7 to If while the quartern loaf fold at fix there are forne in ever bufinels whic and who intend to exhibit j whpfe appearance fpeaks thtm tiiefe few are with this are to fend in their witneffes againil the reft that they all might be formances on or before Saturday the igth that the catalogue may be timely By Order or the This day is prut pitched Dedicated to the BOOTH Efq Printed in a larged neatly yet not glazed by T TIRGILs Works Englifhedin Miltonic Rhyme V With a Vindication of his Political and of his Plainnefs in the Paflages generally thought moft By ROBERT Sold by the Author at in Great Where fuch as will leave a Card with their name wrote to be in ferted in his honourable lift of may have by the 6th of the Letters pro mifed in his printed propofals for publifliing it by which will be clofed on the ajth of next NEWBpOKS Imported by oppofite in the Bookfeller to his T ES Interets des Nations de deve j j lopes relativernent au z Hiitoire de TAcademie Royale des Sciences Belles tome Lettres de Voltaire a fes amis des avec des Notes Hiftoriques Voyages de Mylord dans les fept Pla ou le Nouveau 7 Eftrattodella Letteratura per torn des Sciences des Beaux partie Hilloirs Amenreufe de Pierre le Hiitoire Univerfelle Sacree par 18 Memoiresde la Societe Oeconomiquede Commentarii de Rebus in Scientia Naturali Medicina This Day is A CATALOGUE of Curious and Valuable in feveral Languages and the greateit part of them imported from abroad Containing a large collection of capital books of Greek and Roman and a large affortment of the belt French A number of the books are large magnificently bound In by the belt binders in London and To be fold for ready money the price printed in the catalogue By W I L S O At oppofite York in the Catalogues to be had at Pallmall and Templebar MeC Richardfon and under the Royal at the place of fale Fletcher and at Oxford and at Tcmorrovu will be The Sixth and Seventh Volumes of THE HISTORY of the which cona pleat that from the Foundation of the See of to the prvfent By ARCHIBALD Efq To be had at at the in Fleet ftreet at in Ludgateftreet at at the in Paternoller Row at the corner of the Old Jewry and at the authors in facing New Bondftreet where complete fetts may be Far the tetters JgneJ PRO HISTORICUS and verfes figned the P R I N T E S Omega has managed his re iJ they that have not read mine wlxich gave rife to his of 8th would be tempted ts believe O that I plead the caufe of engroff and than which nothing can be more I plead the caufe of the honeft who certainly has a right to fell the commodity he grows fo as to pay his While the landholder is al lowed to lett his land to the higheft the far who is thus fqueezed into an undertaking to pay a high muft have permiffion to fell his corn at fuch a rate as mall enable him tomakegood his cv farming muft be left off for it is certain that that employment cannot be purfued on other Common fenfe allures us that we cannot ufe the farmer in any other without abolishing that and to the higheft every evil dreaded by Omega And the expe rience of pait ages liath fliewed that the ragement given to by encouraging the ex portation of hath been a moft effectual mean in the hand of to fupply our markets with encreafeJ quantities of and hath intro duced into our country fuch a cheapnefs as never was before felt in England for any feries of years fince the Every man converfant in knows that from the reftoration to the the mean price of Itruck in a feries of feven has always been found to be higher before the revolution than fince that happy We alfo that in the year being the year next after the revolu the then low tare of agriculture engaged the parliament to propofe premium for exporting wheat till the quartern came to be fold for forty eight which is two millings below the mean price of wheat between the reftoratiea and the We all may know the effecl of that prudent by viewing the face of England and comparing it with what England was At that time one fourth part of this country was computed to lie in wafte grounds and unculti overflowed by water and and part in Before that time laws to drain marflies or divide commons were almoft unknown fince that time they have been very and every fefiion encreafe in What good man then could find it in his heart to cenfure a regulation which has been productive of fo much good to the and fed fo many induftrious poor befides encreafmg our natural fafety as an ifland by breeding many thoufands of failors for commerce and war Thefe and arguments thereon are all overlooked by He wiii not confer that all the knowledge we have is obtained by ex and that wifdom never condemns any meafure which experience While we en courage the growing of we by fe cure mare of it for ourfelves before it gees abroad but if corn is not no laws can difrribute it either to rich or Omega is moved by tales p eked up in akhoufes and prifons But thofe tales Seldom merit Everyman tejis his own ilory fo as to appear the and this corruption of which entices mankind te isas in prifons and alehoufesj as in Corne fyss aflembly or in No wife man would defire the fyltem of his fointrys law to depend fuch deceitful Fallacious eftimates are of as little They cannot perfuade us to queftion truths which our own eyes daily We fee that while tire quartern loaf is fold for the tants cf that the water at bit J induilrieus in all empbyments are U from above that well grounder exceptwhere fome calamity accounts for the And it would certainly better become a man to influence the lower part of the kingdom againft frequenting thofe places which often p sve their than to attempt to in the mearielt of the what csn be defended in no I mean tippling either in taverns or Vice the objed of a good mans indiges whether the fcene of the extravagance is laid at the and or in the mean eft And it is certain that no apology in be offered for tmifpent The fame laws bind all ranks of men to the fame duties but in a tranfgreflion is more noxious to the tranfgreiTor thahjn While we witnefs in all employ ments the continuation of the exiftence of the vici and the we are certain that thefeemployments affordi fufficiincy to enrich the good 5 becaufeby reafon we dilcover that what ever buffnefs will give the indolent to mull cer tainly enrich If then it has been found by that while the quartern loaf was fokifor the diffolute in all employ ments lived as without correcting their it muft be plain that the frugal under the circumflancss Why then mould we defire the quartern loaf to be fold unleis we defire the opportunities for vicious practices to be enlarged For we are that while thefe rates prevailed in our the band of the dili gent continued to make Or can any eftimate dif prove what the face of the world tefhfies Mr Omega muft not think teimpofe on the pub lic fo far as to be able to convince them that the frugal are his They difdain They are the care of and of goodand wife Their truit isrepofed in and his who has affured that no man ever faw the righteous beg his Our though we contrary to ail fup pofe them to be the worft of yet will always take for their own that there ftiall be bread in our land while corn grows within And while this continues to be the cafe with the fru gal and induftrious muftbe the laft The price of their induftry muft rife with the price of and their frugality will always leach them to live within their The interelt of commerce requires that provifions mall be fold at fuch a ratethat the labourer may live on his and the merchants may be able to fupply his ware houfes at areafonable intereft of commerce is the guardian of the and will prove al ways a fanftuary to more durable than Omegas This motive will always conducl the and influence him to perfuade the cour Crimes are rarely committed out of a principleof the lives of felons we the love of idlenefs is the root of thefe It happens fo feldom that fuch a rarity as diftrefs giving rife to a criminal cannot come within the confideration cf femtl aut bn acciJit legiflatores What happens once or twice in ieven cannot reafonably be fuppofed to fall under the notice of the but when I confider Jjow fuperncially Ome ga his fellow labourer Philoptochos have argued about the meaning of the word and how much they mifunderftand I cannot ex peel folid reafoning from fuch Thefe know ing it are ignorant that this Greek word fignifies THE LOVE of though they ufe Greek God the elTence of The love of wifdom muft therefore be the lova cf Is it poflible that a gentleman who under ftands the Greek language could be ignorant of the meaning of fo plain a word I own I doubt Such quaint jokes on this Mankind knew cnlj tnva inftraflors er rretives of the love of God the fear could hardly be expected from Yet both thefe gentlemen feem to y in that high and defire to perfuade us that they underftand it is too me lancholy a truth that there are fo few who are led by the former that in politicaldifcuffion we may fafely confider the groupe of mankind as conduced by prefent and con fide rations arifihg from thefe And that fuch perfons are natu rally difpofed to abufe an over plenty of is too ferious a truth to be joked The fail is too obvious to admit of dubiety either ia high or low and the confequence in favour of my opi nion is ALPHA O1 A C A R MEGA begs leave to return his compliments to and is much obliged to her for the kind opinion fte is pleaied to entertain of 3 he afTures that he is no morefhan difcharging his duty as a Chriftian and a Citizen and whatever merit there is in his endeavours to obtain a defired redrefs for our poor he ear neftly that the glory which may arife be afcribed to GOD alone from whom ceeds every good word and work md without whom we are Nothing To the 7 HAVING feen what your Pn fays in relation to the from the river now before the P That I think the lufiiicions i ji wate of the
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