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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 9, 1766, London, Middlesex New HAY K E MAR AT THE KINGS THEATRE in the the loth of will be performed a new Serious called 1 L E R O E CINE The Mutic compofed by WSth new new and Pit and boxes to be put and no perions to be admitted without which will be de livered Tomorrow at the laid at half a guinea each Gallery five By their M A J E S TI E S No uerfon whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The oallervj pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix Vivant Rex I D D L E S E X For lick and lame and lyinginn Marybone May The Right the Earl cf Pre VICE Rieht EarlGower LordGrofvenor Lord Scarfdaie Sir William Proc Sir Henry the Governors of this THE anniverfary feaft of the Governors or tnis charity be held at Cornelyss Great in on Tudday the i A R D Sir Sir Roger Sir John Sir John oir John Sir John Sir Peter Lord Richard Efq Edwaid Efq STEW Right the Earl of Thanet The Right the Earl of SUaftsbuiy The Brooke and Earl of Warwick Th Right Lord The TUgfit lion The Right Lord j John Gideon Vifcount Peter Efq may be had at in Sohofquare at tiie Hofpital the in Cornhill and at the Groive Dinner to be on the table at four oclocic Day is price A AddrelTed to I James Fellow of Trinity By the Author of Juvenals Satires and adapted to the Printed for in Jamess SOCIETY of ARTISTS aflbciated for the relief of theirdiftreffed their and THE E X H IB IT I 0 N of this body for this year is at Moreings great room in Maiden which will be open from feven in the morning till eight in the Admittance each per fon the catalogue There is a convenient turning for No fervaats in livery can be JUST and to be fold by at the New Italian in Co Afrefh parcel of fundry forts and tubetofe new Florence wine of different and white very good Par mefan fine Roman Italian cordials of fundry true Marafchino from a fine aflbrtment of feather and filk artificial with feveral other foreign at reasonable AT near Richmond in by TAYLOR and Youth are care fully and expeditiouflyinltrufted in every Keceffary accomplifhment for the public of or commercial plentifully fupphed with wholefome decently accommodated with and all other at twelve pounds per For pleafe to apply to in Long Weitminftfir in Car naby ftreet at the in Vil Yorkbuildings in Hog Sohb in Black Friars in Grange Bermondfey in Bifliopfgatettreet or to at Jonathans from ten to Taylor is now in and attends from ten te twelve atFurnivalsinn If we the it of in I it mutt fhock to wonder at the of population hi this kji dorn If we have women u that branr how many hundred1 are there who pract loll ho oy one valuable livcJ are loll how many un happy happen the unfkilf jl j extreme o ucli w ho fo ct ielves iato the or ac are bread up S under fonie mother or ignorant Aiitl jj without the leatt ut the caie ard NEW M U S day price IX DUETS for two German Flutes or Compofed by Printed for and in Pauls Of whom may be had A Fourth Collection of thirty favourite Hornpipes price Two favourite Leffons for the Compofed by Price This dav is In French and elegantly printed in one volume on royal price Ibis is Handfomely pnnted in two Price bound TRAVELS through FRANCE and ITALY containing obfervations on and antiouuies with a particular defcription of the and climate of Nice To which is added a ReHur of the kept during a re of eSWteen months in that By S M O L L E T Ut homo qui erranti corniter monftrat Quafi lumen de fuo facit ipli cam illi E N N i u Printed for in This day is A COLLECTION of State Trials in being volume 9 and to ccmpleat the eight volumes already Containing trials for fbi and various other crimes and Above twenty of thcle trials arc iv firlt printed from the reft from printed pubiilhed iince the feventh and eighth i Printed for Davis and and Owen Ibid aifo by and and ail the bockfellers of London and Where may be being th fcventh and eighth ta cornpleiit gentlenens ii Volumes in jcffi A few printed on large This Moils will hi Elegantly printed on a fine in three price bound a new edi tion rating the fonrth corrected and Ho RATH FLACCI ad PISONES et With an Englifli Commentary and To which are added Critical Dif By the Preacher to Society of Lincolns Printed for in the Strand and Thurlbourn and af W here may be ill 3 price Mosal and Political with Letters on Chivairy and The Moral ancfTeHti cal Diak in bojnd On the Ufes of Foreign price Letters on Chi valry and price SCHOOL of with a general j explanation of the principal attitudes and po fitions peculiar to the and illuftrated with 47 elegant engraved by By Primed by at the Ealt corner of the New Church in the Of whom may be jaft a new being the with great of Every Man His Own or a Guide to every man ccnverfant in the fcience of is well that all cur manufactures are dif pofed of in from whence no bullion re turns from except for what goes to or the coaft of Africa and that the bul lion which comes from is by far too little for and snay be home ufes What then would become of if we wanted the corn while we mult remit every year to foreign countries a million and a half It is fo very that under thofe cam muft become fuddenly fo very difficult to be that I cannot enough admire how it that a gen tleman feemingly defirous of removing national jjj condition of pregnsnt GI the ac fhould recommend a which j j quaintance nsceiTary of 6v would foonencreafe our difficulties m amoii aniaiing on in the practice or murder for a sre If Omega was acquainted with the inured to the paths of and dally to prefent rate of our commerce and he f of the moft horrid and outrage never preach up a doctrine ib repugnant to the na man wifhcut the pig or fee tional intereft 5 snd if he reflected on daily occurjj I ings foi the or their fellow a he would never inveigh againft the luxury jj s of infei ior the remain of which often gives i j True it that Mature has provided in a the contiguous poor a talte of thofe which I ful manner in and in their narrower circumitances will not allow them j and wtii doing of the pdents rre arrogaced by li to 11 iguoiunt to her own and fhf If we will write accurately on the chapter of j thereby in in her proie we muft diftinguiih it into two forts the j on and abute one trilling and other real and j j iu France and j wenien yt The former Sort cf luxury is noxious to every 1 pradife wdvviiry but thole dcm where it is praftiied the latter is ns f of thiir bing by as the other is Solid luxury is the parent j j ot the aulty by which and h ancltheciiild of the nude of the iialuf11 a of lives yearly p it any UJ Uious and the glory of every comm Oftentatious luxury is calculated for 1 thof d to 11 ignorant woman wilfully I tice of the the prac and ought to be abominated by every honeil h tCe of the ruUs eftablifhed by the Let us confound it with that S of the the found thus guilty luxurv which mows the grandeur of the rich in a otdeftrcying the lives of the diftreffcsi and innocent proper point of and ills the indultnous is ordircu to execution as an exruvple and Let us with coiidsmn j But in Great in this pj luxuiv as being a detention troin enlightened every murdcrels th but prudently didinguith between that fpieies j of luxury which engages the poffefibr of opulence j to diiulay his and that luxury which t chules to hang out a cradle in the and can get puffed into practice by a few drank en rteals deitructioii on ai her aui in th perhaps jjeis ant certiiicste of a Bifiiop doubtltfs i very proper fications for But the fubject begins to ero the i 1 ivas frits 6 The Fifth and much improved the addition of great variety of ex explaining the true figniScations cf the from the bdt by Bucha nan THE Etymological EngHfh Die tionary Containing an additional collection of words ROE rirft volume with their expla nations and etymologies from the original iangu i each in its proper an explica tion of hard aud technical or terms in all arts and properly Illuftrated with 460 To which is a dictionary of cant By Printed for in Where may be in one price bound A Pronouncing and Spelling a new and fufficient the proper founds of Knglrlh words are exactly afcertainod and by both his Majestys fubfects and foreigners may correct an or acquire a right pronun ciation of the Together with an containing many new and ufeful obftrvatiens upon the founds of the letters an account of the notation whereby their founds in words through the dictionary figni fied and directionshow to acquire a right pronun ciation by the help of this To which is by way of on an important fubject wherein the right founds of its words are fo intimited by the that a to the Englifh after carefully peril ling the may be able to pronounce them By WILLIAM This daj is In fix Imperial Atlas price in clone up in and i done upon cloth and A CHART of the ATLANTIC itsIf and the adjacent Continents in which the Britifn Dominions in Europe and the and on the African ue ken at one view the diftances and fuperficial dimenhons retaining very their juft pro portions And the exactly hew the Nautical Courfes from any port to the of Britifh or between any two ports Projected in the manner which is def rribed and recommended by the MUR in Part of the Phi Ijisohical Fran faction And engraved by TH O MAS geographical engraver to his Royal llighnefs the Duke of Printed for oppofite to Catherine in the Of w may be defigned by the fame au engraved by A Chart of j the Eugiifh the Bay of with part of the Ocean and price A Chart of the German corrected from the beft Surveys and Agronomical A Chart of the Coaft of with the Weftern Coafts ef Great A Chart of the Mediterranean and Adriatic with the Archi and part of the Black Far the AMOR HOUNSLO W and A CON TRIBU I aft every pecies of 1 vir of to diiplay his impor tempts us to impofe on the public a falfe opinion of our iituition in for the fake of hurting the un Commerce cannot fubfift without real but corruption of morals is the foul ipring from whenc a ufe in combating the ravages is at war with fociety for thefe laws are dcitructive j upon of true enemies to and the harbingers if In a a woman hac of The APPIAN law was loon difcardcd jj prnctifed as a uncera Biihor at and except in the defoicabls when be public of never fell into the madnefs J tefs refidiru rertbe fpot of her op of directing tliofc actions of private life which folved to have that rart of th cor not properly be regulated but by a whom our hearts and whole circumftances whence trifling and falfe luxury draws its origine purfued r jive rf ind lumptuaiy law have never been found of any j my own of the exrrmo ign f Life in combating the ravages of that luxury which many I mini beg to nc KTc vYHiLLi it LW uav ivttL i legislature to tenants wives fuppid wifh ni ances are equally i verfed both in the theory K o j This good Lady offered to bear In all nations not wallowing in the mud of bir j wifes expfnces irf coining to the the and the jj properly She At firil have alwaysbeen as well as tbofe arts and to expofe her ignoranc iupeiceded in iser Br fciences which furnifli us with thefe ornamental de corations of but if we condemn every fpecies came and Attended the Lyingin Hofpital luxury and hamper the kingj and reunifd uJt Dm ing the dom with vnuit bid adieu to time of her from her own it every noble erTcr of fit down ccntaned was found that fuch fceiics of horrid ignorance had with the nei withe with endued us for our hu In that we muft condemn tluic j profufion in affemblies of gaiety which was honoured by the higheft prefence in Cana of and ar been practiied by her curing ten in the Cuiin could they he in a inch delicacy the reader would Ihudder I advife my countrywomen ne r to employ any midwife who caniut produce an raign thofe improvements of tafle which 1 j authentic tdtimonial of her qualifications from Ibms our nature ail feafts muft be and the difces j able practirioner for death acts there and at our tables if not If our i the grave hides the faults of the And I cloathing h to be luited to our wichou other i would reccinrnend to al periods to as who fliail wear tlioie nnerits which jj iuch as in them tiiat which is thus adorn our perfons Wheremail our highpriced a means of he prels vtion ot thoulands To the P R I N T E IK MUST obferve of your correfpon that his heart by preferable to his s relative to the exportation of corn and fumptuary is equally and equally contrary to thole interefts which he pretends to t I the interefts of the can be properly by facrificing the interefts of the at the of an irrational The induftrious poor cannot be bettered in their by beg garing the raifmg the price of money by rendering it or by baniihing from this that luxury which often feeds our If the ex portation of corn is finally we cannot pay the interefts of that part of our national which is due to the without leflening our already tos final for home circulation and leflen ing our fpecie muft render it confequently more difficult to be come it by the working part of the I I may alfo fairly that a drain of a million and a half a in order to pay the intereft of our due to would foon reduce ns to a lower condition than we have ever hitherto1 if this fum was not annually re placed by our foreign corn trade becauf we have no from the difpofal of which we could bring back fo large a fum to the over and above what is employed in horns circula and no mines of gold or It fignifies no totell that while we fupport aur ma we faailneverwant Thefe general iiffirmations give us no and no comfort f9r r perfons woollens and linens find purchafers muft onr homemade iiiks and laces be fold It our ings are to be adapted fo as only to fheller us from i the inclemency of the to what more hof pitable conft muft architecture fly And to what j country fhall we barufli thofe numerous artisans who are profciibed at Omegas fuit If every fpecies of luxury is a deviation from why mould the j Great be indulged in and of fervants According to this doctrine j e will Q U R I E F the ftatuto of Stii called the Statute cf by a of parliament declared cx tend to crimna as well as civil cales iince j a doubt 3jpeared about itt whether it would hether ome fhouid not be permit in none adeclennon from her immntable ita o In was I to recapitulate the various ablurdaies attendant on Sumptuary and that mould courts below t Omens doctrine relative to your pajjamend wcre error in form even per UrTC and extenfive as it Would yet be too j after writs ot error brought in iu my I before I perior Or narrow ror my make fome curibry remarks on that imagina tion of which inclines him to bsheve that fumptuary laws would baniih bankruptcies from among we all know that thefo unfor tunate accidents fomc from unavoidable which no human prudence can prevent at from fecret or from a in the None of thfe caufes could moved by fumptuary and confequeutly thofe laws could operate nothing with refpect to the pre vention of the conitant attendants of enlarged commercial To the P R I N T E Art improves Nature twas by Art wje found The vaft advantage of the turrowd Was greatly pleafed with a letter in your paper ef the 25th figned concerning the Lyingin Hofpital in Among the many advantages which may be derived from that one that muft ftrike every think ing perfon That isvthe inftructing women properly in the neceffary art Whether other means not be confiftentlv with law and to t a great inouiaencics under of as abufes under general warrants j either deiii as well asseneral welfare rday a Flandc A memorial of Count de againft the Kings Procurator is wherein is every thing which tlat Ge neral did at Pondichcrry and other places the In with a refutation of the crmriaints 1iul his of the Count de Lallv that the bar mander in he could n witneffes wl worthy of t give eviden Paihament a of the operations of th evidently Mt th that the confidence or the became tlicv arc s einplojed in this The Querns grows bsttsr They write the thaf traveje there are continually attacked by wild beails that ia the of the i4th of a lirris m of the parifh of was cirrieii and i bowIs torn out by uneof thefe cariiivoicu
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