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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 29, 1766, London, Middlesex                                The Gazetteer and New Daily APRIL HAY K E MAR AT THE THEATRE in the DAY the 29th of will be per formed a Serious called SO F O N I S B Mufic compofed by With Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered This Day at the faid at half a guinea fcach Gallery five By their MAJESTIES fcio perfon to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Signora Spagnoli is to perform in the abovementioned THE iption which was to have been OB the ith will be on Thuriday the ill of to begin at feven oclock pre Si ARMNG delivered for the i7th will be then forthe BENEFIT of a Widow Gentlewoman and her Daughter in the utmoft AT HICKFORDS Great in Brewer THIS will be performed A CONCERT Of VOCAC and INSTRUMENTAL The Vocal Parts by Mifs Formentel Firft Violm a Solo Harpfichord by Who will play a A Solo pnthe Viobncello by and a Leflon the Harp by To begin at at half a guinea to be had at the St tavncss Jamessftrcet 5 Will s Scotlandyard in Lx theRainbowand Union Cornhiil the SOAP MA K E K To be SOLD by THIS atthree oclock in the attie fign of the Strong LcwSf EaitSmith PAKT of the utenfifs in trade of a Hardfoap leaving oft trade coniifting of two iron tvrrrch will contain 180 gallons each 5 three two fmall ditto j two large fevln feet and an half wide and feven feet high s all very little worfe for The faid arti cles mav be viewed till the time of at Earnfhavs near Printed particulars by applying to Eaft Sroithheld j orto 1 and freeholders uf the tMtitj of S A L O LOST in the Green Park lad Saturday A little brown Spanim pug a white fpot on its white round the four white a longbufhy tail tipped with and anfwers to the name of Whoever brings him to Bane and in mail receive a guinea OSEPH V Weaver and Haben ai at the PackHorfe and in near Biuiopf returns his fincere his who have been kind in nuing fo much their was burnt out at the late dreadful are in begs leave to acquaint them and the that he is removed into his which is now rebuilt on the fame fpot where his former and has laid ina large new and frefh allbrtment of the moft faftiionable goods for tke fpring which he is determined to fell on the lowelt and humbly inlreats his friends former cuftomers to favour him with a continuance of their which will be ever eftcemed as the sweated AT near Richmond in by TAYLOR and Youth are care fully and expeditioufly inftrucled in every seceflary for the public of or commercial plentifully fupplied with wholefome decently accommodate with and all other at twelve For pleafe to appV to in Long Weftminfter in Car nabyftreet at the in Vil Yorkbuildings in Hog in Black Friars in Grange Bennondfey in BiQiopfgateftreet or to at Jonathans from ten to Taylor is now in and attends from ten to twelve at FurmvaTsinn For the letters faed HONEsT INDEPENDEN P loft and and if private gentlemen cf middling fortunes cannot referve ary fum for con much lefs to fave any part of their in come for their children j if THEY are fo deeply af efted from our prefent grievances as to utter their ears with zfffling and indicate ruin with leartburlting how much more affected by them mud even creditable tradefmen And if we will but extend our refearches a fartker exanina how much more affected ftill muft all other it is evident our poor will never uiy plenty without obtaining that embargo on wliicl he fo much The inference is drawn with France is no Fiance is not fo fertile a country as her lands nrechLfly turned into vineyards j her poor n WMU from their not encouraged to an icd are benefit of expofrirg their but beer country iHclf cannot produce a to fpare an T is is the cafe i notoriety of which is not to an cent 11 Alpha produce better rcafons to p e Sjral utility of his favourite j the exportation of our corn the j muft pay the intereft of that par i debt due to our it if dangerous to the rhts in the end Uie the ire Let f infrior ranks of the people down from the ftiop keeper the rnan that bears the load of heavier la Think upon tbefe ye rulers of the hind 1 and every objection to the truth of what has S charged with finifter motive hit hero been offered on this will upon an to be and ty Bread is the primary ingredient of life and that cur pocr might be fupplied with that article at a rea fonahle I have already pointed out the nccefj or while we can fuppoit our fity of prohibiting the ufual exportation of and i and that will be if the artifts are not oo the prudence cf abolifhing the bountymoney efta1 preffed for nothing adds to cur bliflied by which are the two finifhing ftrokes j i than the exportation of pother rcaftn to to defeat all monopolizing of lands and and ji evince the propriety of perpetual embargoes under the very OXLY means whereby we can propofe to certain reftricYnns it will encourage tiie duce our wheat at a moderate value in our own ii rearing nocks and wncn have of Every impartial political j i been fo srearly for the nove or he will nd to mak whcreby the i in real fpecie which we liave no to difqtiifition will admit the force of and Juiomuch his Viie public rreiudicei join to explode a meafure that exhaufts the fatuefs jjpcllzirig and thar of our and faps the foundation of j farms which were formerly 3pprooriad to t HAVINGthis al a general and very nume jous nSeeting cf the gentlemen Clergy and Free of fa adthe honour oi being put in nomination a candidate to fucceed your late worthy Eiq I re turn youray moft the conferred on intreat the ftofcartffJlWr votes on Thorfday the 8th of Tin I flatter lormyjiot nwking that peribnal which my as well as my prompts rare to J Year rooft and humbleferyant 1 Frethoklirs cf the county of HAVINGhad ttre iwnmir wbletrl fliall ever gratefully acknowledge of being nominated a by agrsat majorityof anumerous meet ing ot the and freeholders held this by tfes appomtment the to conikleT of a proptiP perfon toreprefent this county inEariiaraenlv rootn of jwnr late worthy member Lyfter and the time before the tionCwiucK w ijl Be at place oo Tkurfday the 2 trh of May foiiort asnottoadmhofa per fnal Ibfg leave to take this method of Ifg defiriog favour of your votes and intereftat the which will confer a lalHng obligation your molt h arable CHARLES takes the liberty that whoare Members of the Encouragement of Manufac and and are at leifure particu vvhp enmged him in November in e of the Fifli Planinto exe tion witf be at the Great Room in the the joth in in order feid matter may be brought iioal aactaa end put to the trouble be hasfeadfor nearfive yeart fbis ttay fwbRfbtdy price tnf Second of Eflay on the Character in and1 third volume may be had para Where may be the Author ofthe ift and the Third Examined vtitk Candour j A Inquif y iftto tiie S mfe and Ufe of tlve feveral Ke or haSkiently impliedl to be given to ifrom as they are found UEtbeiBible in gvoi price bound of the Sacred jsftri D Prtftfloiof Gueiham Next Month writ Elegantly printed on a fine wrt jn three pi ice bound a new edi tion being the fourth tor re Sled arid FLACCI adiisoNEs et Aiicusf With an Englifh Commentary Tewliichare addtd Critical Dif By the to Lincolas for in Strand and and at Wivrernay in 3 price Moral Political with Letters on Chivalry snd The Moral andTpolki n of Foreign prke valry the INTESTINE evils carry in their a more fubverfive tendency Britiih than any wari1 mbly the com bined powers of its natural ene wfien thefeevilsarevari ous they muft ne ceflarily perplex and embajrafs the wifeft minifter whofe fituation is not then unlike that of a when his affairs are intricate and oonfufed and if there is not a fpirit of fortitude for perfeverance equal to a capacity for muft Abilities on arein fufficient j there muft be a refolution to and an iadultry not to be in fuppreffing and re moving every impediment that lies before at tentive always to engage thofe which are the j molt noxious and that others of an inferior may fall the eafier An united ex ertion then of qualities in an upright huni can effecl a happy redrefs of thefe our prefent which neither admit of contro ncr challenge abihufe but are felt by every and vifible to every beholder and which cannot be overlooked without endanger ing the public nor delayed without in curring a popular Want is to be confidered in various and eftiaiated from its different or the beft arguments can draw no juft neither will the difpuants be able to give perfect faftisfaftion The nuant which I propofe to in our prefent is a national one j not more big with full of diltrefsj we are therefore to reckon it of the moft dangerous fort in and alfo of the moft interefting impor tance to the Whoever hath read the feve al obfervations relative to our poor that have lately appealed in tliis need not be that tfee want I is THE WANT OF Life eansiot poffibly be fupported without its ne and when thefe are not within the reach riouB we are to confider it as a po fitive and not more injurious to than dangerous to the That the common neceflaries of life do not fall to the hare of many families in this is eaffly to be proved from a proper infpeftion into the prefent ex price of every article of which a re railed to fuch an oppreflive and iniquitous de that even fome private geritlernen of fix and feven hundred pounds a year clear eftate to fupport their ufual propriety of character find it diffi cult to maintain a family of any moderate number of children 5 and men too that are enemies to addicted to no keep no afld admit of no fupernumerary fervant this therefore is anotorious for the proof of which I appeal to every gentleman who is pofieiDed of that and who has a family of four or five children to maintain how then is it pofiible for mechanics and inferior tradefmen to fuftain the complicated evils of efcape the danger of or p referve their families from Kvhen their net comings does not ex ceed fburfcore pounds a year Experience the ftrongeft teftimbny effaces and every contradiction to experienced infers a bafenefs of or a weaknefs of underftanding leaft rour then fhould be impofed or par tial reasoning of ouipauper ad let me ear neltly Tccommend to tMeir confideration a full fur vey of own domeftic diverted of all the fuperflnous of luxurious and vicious ar wjll then have a juft Tie w of the im poffibiiity of the poor obtaining the worft cfFiiineatj to feecftheir or even a little cheefc tore liih their bread and at the fame time will be alfoconvinced ofthe neceflity of the fpeedy adoption of fome fcheroe that may adrainifter relief and icli the Prndence and ceconomy were never hecomt focti virtues as m theft hard o Provifions tiie next effential neccfiaries are to prefeire our beings while we make our abode in this world arid the chief cf which the lower ranks of the people of this kingdom have ever been are meafs of the groffer kind and without which they cannot fuilain the duty of hard fo immediately dependent on tbsir nor even fubfift with any energy of healthy For the ipeedier reduction then of the piefent extravagant price of thefe it would not be amifs to eftablifh a parliamentary en couragement for the railing cf live catle of all with a under large to or ctbervvife diminifh the feveral females of the respective for the term of three years be caufe the infinity of procreation derives its numbers j from prefervation of the feminine part of the creation and whole different fpecies are eafily pro pagated by a judicious appointment of a fmgle male to each diftincl kind of Something like I humbly will be the quickeft way to in troduce fnch a plenty in the as may dif appoint die iniquity of foreftalling in all its various branches of inhuman Popular remon ftrances demand a regulation in our and if meafure of this tendency is not foon carried into the alternative is very In a pi in on thefe as is hin it may be that if no female beafts are brought to the price of meats during that rcvivs Jr Lite cf by mcno e little ie ue to time ran ft be confideraoly and that a relative toCertain greater fcsrcity muft unavoitlably enfue To all j which I if foreftalling and regrating be toj i tally the objection will Itffen in its i and will rnorecver be compleatly removed H f if the propofed embargo on corn takes place tjil quartern loaf finks to three and thereat to remain for harvefts But how is foreftalling snd regrating to be effectually abo liflied i but by pimifhing the delinquents with offering considerable reiaards for the encou raging and exerciling the fpirit of the laws with due exertion of unremitted in there is no fuch thing as a real fcarcity of provisions in this as can be proved a of raifmg and which kept a make butter and eveji thefe fave been Aval lowed up in corn fields the voracious coimoiants of exporting agents and thisbeinr a it natm ally contributed to cnliance the price of and From hence and many other f urged in my paft the reader will he able to judge of the neceflity of a perpetual on corn let us therefore unanimoufly pray and in fift thift our Miniiters do take the meritu of our com plaints into their ferious and haften the redrefs of a people who art on the borders of and ahnoit in the very of O M E G To be In a letter figned A Friend to ike which appeared in your paper of this I cannot fvftici ently applaud the author nor too zealoufiy recommend the utility and honour of his plan and to further the completion of his Oinfas Hundred Pound hall be ready when called I propofe to confider the inutility ofthe Fiih fo far as it benefits the in a future Another letter cf OMEGA is Letters csme to N An Eivmy to A j duly centering iJie titterJigKfd A EhkSs ci bis is csnipoftdt en It g pr F E To the Should be exireraeiy bv your indu cnc juftly to ofrend any by nir wel in tended atiempts to promote tbe Jfjnv fentiments are not founded upon the ratjre and va fcn of I ininrove tirn Ironi of to1 en mathematical dnnonftration we are therefore not to fh ink at fhadows whea we mean to conquer evils and to expeft the bleffingof providence is to defeive Every age bears the marks of fome peculiar and monopolization feems to be the curie the prefent It is in vain to civilize or hu manize fhai ks to extirpate their very race is a lef fon we are taught from reafon and and whofoever is remifs in this expofes bis per fon to danger and Monopolizers there fore are not to be argued with they rauft be crum ed no ferpent is more and no mark more voracious Exhortation is and re proof but loft labour authority then mult interpofe with its iron arm of and punimment effect virte hopes Let me not be thought while our oppreflbrs are nor clamorous vvljileour mifery is To he filent is to be and to be awed is to be fervile Perifli the that trembles in the caule of or knows ifear but his Creators Purchafes tbemfelves muft be regulated to main tain the balance of freedom in the landed the fcheme which Alpha offers in his laft for limiting a certain number of acres to be tilled by one if deferving of legitla tive and which I hope to fee confirmed lay their voice before the prefent fefiion Glad too I to hear our halfcon vert recommend fo laudable an undertaking ne Tertlrtlefs he is till in his fentiments con cerning the real or he would fuch palpable A little con fideration wiil convince him ot his and influ him in tbe caufe of ftatuiing we fuch diftant neighbours at prefent ia he ought to remember that liieare oftentimes moft intimately connected in our joint in the defence of and the fupport of argument for which our imme diate cpnteft is and Uirtv ought to be political principle of the Britiih pec as humanity ever hath been their charaiteriin cal But as much as I applaud propofnl for the universal increafe of engrofling far yet I muft entirely difient from his opinion in regard to tlve advantages attending exportation j for o gladly foifen them from conviclion but I think my appreheafions ar well to impropriety or adtnitiirg a i t7 the heart cf this gi eat dry bt that the fober and feniible people rniu ent crrcumftances will not encourage As to any particular peril ns concerned the un I p rote it fokmniy I have no kind of in ducement fo write for or again one way or If my fentiments are only as the voice of public it is very immaterial who is for fhould virtue Jink under an injudicious increufe of the public be the great Permit me to introduce a I fuppofe as a body of there 110114 more fober regular in their moral thtjft the They nre exact rind unin Tin in their manner dealing and he coming in their are a ciiiVraca to their profeffion but the generality arc worthy of Let us imagine fome gay and affluent friend and it hould be agreed at tlis ntxt that aitrtouoh the friends were t yet they were remarkably defective in the fa elegancies and of polite lire i fur whJcii reafon let us fiibfcribe and build a i where our old people may 1 to in all with and our to fjjend the delights of Firft of none would be admitted with ut broad green or the plain and ela gauce of young They would met proper and no be ad mitted as a confident part of their who cannot forefee rlie natural f f rn ing a fociety among that fuber PLEASURE Firll of men in appaicl woulJ foon find means of admittance as rrwy pies generally attend gay ir fson ap pear that the elderly friends be nlhanicd of tiieir and the youagtr fort be tiii tlvsy mixed vvith uil the gay part of liuinan and in a few the vencrabis Quaker vouUl be no more If we compare great tilings with th in j tended new of dcigbrs muft have ii he brio efrect in tiie city as it woUI upon the j if only eftnblvfhed among And wlioever u corivfnced that fuch are nbfolutcry tioie vidi our will iuty to dilcourage and Uoes usver repcn ofhis C A   

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