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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 16, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The Gazetteer and New Daily APRIL HAY A T T H B INGs THEATRE in the on Saturday the igth of will be berformsd a aew Serious called LEROE C I N E S The Mufic compoied by Sigmor With new new cloaths and Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be ad mitted witRout which will be delivered That Day at the laui at half a guinea each Gal lery five By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will he opened at begin at half an hour after fix A L M K On the i8th will be CONCERT and The Vocal by Signora Scotti Firft Violin and Barthelemon Concerto To begin at eight For the BENEFIT of The MIDDLESEX In order to enable the Governors to complete the New Wing for the reception of a greater number of This will be the laft public ball granted ttiere this Tickets One Guinea each which will admit two ladies or one gentleman to be had ar and at the following coffeehoufe Rain Corn ill Temple bar Abing Holborn Coventryfirtiet and the Grafvenorftreet alfo at the llofpital of Jehn Eiq Frith and King fquare HA VMARKET THE A T R The THIRTEENTH Pofitively the Laft GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver His NEW with the AD as on Saturday The doors to be opened at fix to begin exactly ntfeven Boxes Pit Gallery On account of fome prior can only be repeated in this For the BENEFIT of and AT the Tueatre Royal in on Tuef the lad of C Y M B E L I N Powell r Holland Bennet In a Makjuersde with by Signer and Signora With Singing by V INGE To whkh will be added never performed there a Ballad of Two A called The G E N T L E S H E P Taken from A L L A N R A M s Y With the Original Scotch Vernon Sir William Packer Moody Par fons j Baddeley j Love Hopkins Love johnfton 5 Bradfhaw in whfch character will be Thro the Wood Laddie Mifs Tickets and places to be had of at oppofite the and or atthe For the BUN E FIT of the the LockHofpital near HydePark j the jeth of willtfe performed a New called MV N A S S E Set u sic by W O R G A The vocal parts by Mils anjdMifs Firft YSotiijkgnd a Concerto by perfoni to be admittedwithout tnay be had at the following places the Mount coffee Grofvenor ftreet Ueorges coffee Templebar Rainbow Cornhill and at the To begin at half an hour after in the Tickets for the Galleries SotrtOffl of the Chapel Five Shillings TobeSbLD by AUCTION by At in the THIS and the three following THE entire and valuable collection of and Othec made in thecourfe of twenty two years travel through GreatBritain and by the late ingenious In which Are iKcTSded feveral fpecimens of foreign and Tlieiale to begin each day at half an nour after eleven on account of the great number of lots to be fold each To be viewed the time be had of CORNELYS begs leave to acquaint NOBILITY and Subscribers to the Society in that the Ninth meeting will be the i7th in and the rooms lighted up precifely at eight The colour pt the ticket is and printed in front Ninth Several ungenteel attempts having been made to gain admittance without and fometimes with which has afterwards been boafted of to Cornelyss prejudice and as many ladies and gentlemen frequently or forget their the wrong and neverthelefs make ap and to be thereby fub jecling Cornelys to tht painful alternative of either breaking through the rules of the or of giving umbrage by a refufal me 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 flie begs to repre in refpcft to the other difagreable oc the ladies who hold books have N ow given orders to and infift upon her compliance there on no pretence any perfon fub flriber or not ihall be admitted WITHOUT a or with one for ANY OTHER A coach having been overturned the laft concert sight at the owing to the obftinacy of the in injifiing upon coming up the wrong the Nobility and Gentry are agaia moft ear neftly folicited to be peremptory in their commands to be fet taken up with the horfes heads towards by vhich all danger to them and injuiy to their cattle and will be wholly 6th GEORGE A General Meeting of the Gentlemen of the Law will be held THIS at fix ocl in the at the Crown and Rolls Chancery for the eftahliThment of a Society for the Be nefit of their and for chufing Directors and 1 is particularly requeited that will come For S A L Ji by the At the Newyork in on the iSth at five oclock in the A newbuilt brick containing two a fpacious four three garrets with a large finished in elegant fretwork marble chimney and otherwife en with fine now lett to a fubftantial tenant at will for fifty guineas per annum j is held by of which 97 years were unexpired at Chriftmas fubjecl to a groundrent of a fituate in MaryleBone near the Sjring It may be viewed to the time of by applying to the tenant or to near the premifesj or to Charles the Surry fide of Weitminfterbridge who has new built hoiues to felt by private K Jt inj by fucb illicit entirely Tainwsftreet and at the glace of jrefllng neceffifaes of the CoannifflCfiStor airy of tne articTesih tHwf ollec w anri tion ffpm thofe who cannot attend the alcilvill be executed by SamuelPaterfonj ar eaeh lot there is prefixed a lift ot the upon the ores contained in with the 11 DM particular places where by which gentlemen vt been found their own viewed each morning before the ns irtrr s ILK c L o T Majeftys Letters Patent having been lately JjfaiVted for making and vending Art exceed ing riiie of Siik and Wool which and than the beft fuperfine Spanilh is greatly preferablgto aisr fabric of for other rpbesiii Gentleraens fninmerxlaatb ChJldreas and all other garments where eafe is required i Thejffrpprietor givestliis notice to the and Othersythata warehoule is no opeujedrf of the fate by no where elle in allowance to and alfo to merchants who buy it for N At the fame warehouse only are to be fold qailtcd ariti all ether forts of mercery bath and at the loweit O O This day is f PAYNES CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thoufand Volumes of goad in al1 and facul and in fine Catalogues to be had price at Brother Cornhill Childs Pauls church yard Fleet ftreet without Templebar j Charingerofs j Rid Jaraess ftreet Robfon and ISIew Bondflreet of the bookfellers at Cambridge and at the place of in next the Affcitins where the full value is given for any or parcel of For the letter figned and LISENCE To the I lam always touched witbafeeling compafiioB for the whenever I perceive they are cam that have lately appeared your in their defeix cularly fuch as advert prefllve tribe of have given me a fenfible more demands the attention of thelegif lature than to provide an effectual remedy againft a growing pernicious in its to the laft And with itif foroewhat that no conclufive law has to curb a fett of men influenced by tetally deaf to the fufferings feUow daily employ their dellruclive fchemes to grind the fympathy and eommiferation fo naturally ven with die texture of thahuman or ftpp their pitylefs ears to the piercing cries of numbers overwhelmed with the moft abject Whoever examines the conftitution of the differ ent nations in will readily admit that the notwithftanding their are the greateft bulwark and fupport of the I would by be thought to mean vagrants and who are a rnanifeft and at fame periods contribute to make a fcareity But the glory and felicity of a well regulated com is chiefly owing to the number of its induf trious The laborious and the ingenious are the adHve fprings that give life and vigour to a commercial And as agriculture and with their ap are the lources from which inexhauftible j treafures ought not every ufefu and his to be patronized and protected from the iafulting and oppreffive meafures of a few avaricious who make their happinefs confift in fpreading and reigning as iions and wolves would do if they were mailers fuperlatively diftinguulied above all other countties in fublunary how are thy vallies red ndantly overfpread with golden and trees bea ing fruit for the fuftenance of thy inhabitants j variegated with beautiful and crowned with verdant grafs for the benefit of the brute creation Tby filver ftreams teeming with innumerable ftores of delicious fifh thy mountains and hills producing inexhauftible funds of precious and covered with numberlefs herds and all augmenting thy The liberal arts and thy fleets lurveying the habit able thy commerce thy arms the noife of thy martial thunder a terror to the reft of and blefled with a Sovereign whofe fole delight is to make his How might thy godlikefons and undaunted ly behold the menacing infults of their external ene were it not for the unnatural ciefeSiwn ef fome and for the tyranny of who contrive fbackles for thy freeborn and inhumanly compel them and their helplefs infants to Starve in the midft of natures bounty Andin the loaded vinejard die for thirft V It is well known in what eftimation the common people were held amongft the ancient Too rough a compliment to a though fpoken in loft patrician an honourable office for which he ftood Jealous of their privi leges and they kepi a watchful eye over every thing that had a feeming tendency to five meafures nor could any marks of benevolence from tempt them to renounce their dar ling They were happy in having proper whofe peculiar province it to examine of the and in time of fear wry to fupply them with the conveniencies of And ate we civilized than they were I hope no aatkm caabeaft of more ex cellent provisional laws dura we can 5 and is it not trulymortifying to fee thofe wholefome Jaws tramp leu on with Lrnf8Hwty Or a herd of monopo lizers their inhumanity to the in all regulations human and Moift tiiey feirpanifted it heaven 1 forbid it hoWaaaily ye real ye friends ot to tiieir and bring to condign a fett of execrable who commit in the fight of God and iniquitous perpetrators itf fuch pracTriees fed the fmart of that their crimes Jiave long deferv and far a public I do not who reads will be filftciestiy ffligry but that is the leaft of my f fetiappyas to merit the at their power to chaf tife nionopcsiiaeiEj sny And might I be offer my it fliould be Let there men of inte fnperior to bribery and and who diftbin Alltfaofe raeaa teaadve arts by which the public jjeod is tioiated and Let them fell power every law againft monopo fieers into iae Let them have adequate falaiies and indemnifications for their proiecatiHg the Let the iaws moHoperizing meneaters be juftly and wftartfainely JeVere for would a meritorious two or three of the principal JBferior ones would doubtlels think it prudeotibr from their flagrant ini in a land of freedom and alarming I have ever theVenelwtot The pleafing fatisfailions which reftk amiable difpofition of in fome other as a very cient author is the gift of the not of the and good men vine in companion to miiilkiadj raifed up as its agents and Nothing pears more charming to a virtuous than aprt penfity to redrefs the grievances of the And as alinsdeeds and benevolence are fo recom and the promoters of them pronounced the favourites of what indignation may we juft ly piiefume awaits who prohibit the induftri ous poor ffoni enjoying the common necefiaries of life Would the iniquitous tribe ef monopolizers but ferioufly reflect to what a dreadful fituarion many families are reduced by their diabolical con they would certainly forbear to make an artificial famine in the time ef Nothing but a real determination to exclude every fentiment that leada to a compaflionatefeelingfor the wants of their would ever induce them to lord it cruelly over rheir fellow creatures with a rod RIN T E April in the Guardian to whofe f daugh ter of tfee inmns of her recovery 4 Tie tktuons Hermi t lyayjay H JWtJ IJiMU was tempted to tBuJjtMJiMjtli the temptation and iroiiwi 139 the lhB heworftiped his ipitift fcisftceaod left him to of eminent of Ac terrible advances one tvil to have once y to vice wkhiefiberation fadtotel it is too yielding to vice is by im perceptible gradmtiona paths of virtue 5 and thewrfere it that vrife men cannot be too careful in preventing every mode of life that may have the lealt tendency to corrupt innocence or diflipate vir It was a noble and did great honour to thofe who put it in the putting dowa the plyhoufein Goodmans We may reafona bly hope that thoufands are the and very if are the wcrfe for en vircns of that houie which ufed to be the molt deplorable neft of wicked nefs and is now equalled by few places for decency and good 1 one conViders the nearnefs of that piayhoule to the and the heart of this great we flwll not fo much wonder at its being that it was permitted to corrupt our very vitais for fo many Virtue and indultry are the great fupporters of and whatever tendi to Iciien muft be an enemy to a trading Cur wife the are extremely cautious how they any kind of diffipation from the great ends of their Public diverfos are admitted into their trading cities abc ve two or three weeks in a year the reft of their time is devoted to and the common duties of vhich judici ous regulations it that there are ebankrupts and fewer executions than in RIO ft parts of ihe By the jufr rcprefentation of human virtue and human weakness in the itery I began we may learn the danger of admitting temptation into our or into any order of ibciety formed upon viituous Virtue and if not improved by are in danger of crrearinjury j but if enervated by certain niln mult fol low 1 we muft aclagainfi or it will be too many fer the vrifeft This great city has hitherto nevsr admitted any violent mode of ilifiipation into its s Private little routs and accidental on public occafions have been connived becaule no frequent or known publicly enough to hav3 I univerfal influence upon the minds and n nners of the people in and the like bewitching modes of r were tolerated amongft and I hope never will and I i am forry to find that we are not fatisfied with the I prefent little inoffenfiv entertainments araoneft us but as the great and opuknt here have determined to learn the art of fpending and trifling from the great who have nothing to I cannot help and only wilh it may prove like the leaving a blooming beauty with the above virtuous and venerable hermit Let the defign and confequences be confidered in the molt candid and no great good can be ex pected from it to a trading As to the if I it is to form a grand and public AfiemblyRooni for the opulent Citizens and their after the manner of that eftabliftied in Sohofquare for the entertainment of people of fafhion at the Weft end of the The particular regulations of this Aflembly have not yet tranfpired but it is eafy to imagine that it will be conducted with an elegancy and brilliancy nevsr equalled before in the rooms and decorations fuperb the entertainment to confift of ike moft expenfive viands and the moft delicious vines the mufic will be and the company ing no pains or expence to out mine one How often this Aflembly is to be pub licly or whether it is to be confined only to thofe who keep or not worth Icfs than I or what is to be dsni when jiots whether there is to be getting or the or only a mrnher of peo ple met together to look at and talk to one another t But let os confider it which way we it is evident it will prove as a tempting beauty to the virtuous uniform and ibber manners of a trading In the moft candid it muft prove a fnare to a ftab to a motive of the higheft excefs in gay delicate eat in in all will prove of the fame confequence to he city as a But let us confider the consequences a little more If it proves a public Aflembly for all who will buy a then it is eafy to forefee that carpenters of athou fand pound will not reii unlefs admitted twa or three times in a What good eftecl this is like to have upon their future as mo is eafy to and likewile that many of them will never become at all But fuppofing only the rich are what emula tion of what ridicule of fuch characters as have raifed riches by their what eagerneis of attention rnuii diitracl the his wife and children to make the neceflary preparations fLr an Affembly night And if it mould prove a Paradife on I cannot but apprehend a great decay of attention It is ceitain the more we attend to the pJeafures of this the iefj we think of thofe of eternity j and therefore it that every iucreafe of public pleafures is an addition to the danger of public piety and And I humbly think it will not be unbecoming the pulpit to give an earneft exhortation now and then to hearers to neethefe lying leaft they prove 2 fource of real Other confsquences might be confidered beficies the danger it will be to virtue and I think it is no fmall grievance to fober people in a public ftreet to be dirbarbed in their bufinefs or reft by fuch hurricanes of going coining atefrsm fuch an The among the coach men and footmen in waiting are much to be dreaded and it is to be queftioned if onr fervanrs ii livery will in a little be as alandoned in their rals as thofe at the other end of the town and tle ccnfiifion likely to happen among the clerks and fervantmaids at whilft the merchant and his lady are at it is will be no fmall evil in this trading In I hend a man in and a cannot prof per if he neglecls his bufinefs or leaves it tociifiblute much leis if he is utterly whether his family be without order or She leall de gree of piety and if this new and exlraoidinary ad tion t3 the increafs of inattention to hnC 3   

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