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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 9, 1766, London, Middlesex Tomorrow will be performed T cipal T With K t Al turfi ST 3 of D A r CalUe 5 eurawjj The dbttrs will be open at ana Ladies are defired to fend their fervants keep places at Places for thfcbbxeito betaken of ar the Thsafre A R Y A O N k G A R D E entertainments will continued during the Summer Admittanceone hilling each The doors te be opened at five and the mnfic t6 batf an hoar after This by particular Defirej Vincent will fag a New Pathetic Called the words and tntific by Author ofc the Sender R A NE L A O H H O IJ E ILL be opened THJS and on Friday which witV be thrift eyeniiig enter that place for this WILL fcext rtent at that HAY N I G H AT RANELAOH THIS DAY by particular JDefire wilt be exhjbited AGRA FIRE W OR With the ufual ENTEfcTAlXMBNTS Of Admittance 58 Coffee and Te Mr H iy will play a to ba CHs being the stffc tf July THIS prefent We will be pvforJ N C E R t of VOCAL and In which will be introduced fevwal The Vocal parts Mift Mifs and Forbeg The doars to be opened at firMnd the mufick to ptii at half paft fiat Admittance t A c w A L The O L L JJ Univetfally allowed an agreeablef on die rlLU AM JtfiQLE drefles from his aflSfre them that it ftallbe his i vide the heft of fiquSExrf y in A SHARES O and any de duftion when in fateenthsl and by W in near near Durtftans over the Tickets a4d By the above new plan fix pounds be paid for only a twenty pound than 5 per deducted from mares and and The S CH EM E of the of Value of r of Prizes Firft Laft Drawn Blanks at 69006 at 6ooooo Four blanks to a to be transferable annuities at the of Eng bearing three per per and South Sea their feveral Navy ajpd anrfall Kinds of Government bought and fold by AU letters From town country peft paid duly nnlweredv The Lottery begins drawing on Monday the iyth The receipts may be exchanged lor real tickets any Tickets v C Y UT HE R E A L B A S A AChenacal jwejwratton wh ich effectuallyprevents the infeftjotr of to which young gentlemen JMid others How thisdifeovery may thereare many people who live by or pretending this that jt is eafy to forefee the oppofiUoB it wiU meet But taconwince the puMic that the authors intentions are ingenuous and said that be does not mean to lead any into danger upotthifbar he requeftsi lepeated experinneftts fhall have that only thofe who would etherwite haverun the rifle without tipon ftould preferve mankind fjfom the to the he ofMbe peoplepf the CMK may be from tftie iw The bottles srtv 1 and TIONS up Dn important and m wrtfting v Jfy PA TRIG fe AN Qi and Dean of Dowft hi Printed for Far tbt kttenfogned CUM PUNCTp ACT of a LETTER frbin a A To the PRINTER of the AM glad to find there is who does the Poorand me the pleafure to take any notice of As to theCominendatory part we will pafs it over with thanks only M mult beg in behalf of inyftlfand the that does not diftinguifti which of the Parifti Officers I complain I relate a facT which happened iri in Cle ments Danes fuch a fail as is exceedingly mocking to every confidence who has any feelings of Could I inform myfelf more fully than from the Officers own there are good and bad of all forts and that many peirfons of Clfcmerits who haveferved in Parifh are men of and of great candour and and fcorn as much aj nty felf to be inUfully guilty otftich abafes to poor I make no But this is not the and conjequentiy diverts the attention of the reader from the main What the world have faid of the Managers of theFoundjing if they had fentU children to onfnurfem the courfe of ten if eighteen of them had died after a life in her hands of about thirty days on a not the candjd world have thefe Gentlemen take charge of the lives of poor in faft it is pnly to give them a quicker difpatch out of this bad as M as if they imittted a ceWaia ehthufiaft not long murdered wife and that they might apt have any commerce witha wicked generation of men If thfife 18 children had been fent to tlie Foundling deferted by as cem tp judge from inftead of the whole 18 being dead in fo mort a time as ten to all human at of them would have been living at the end of ten tells us a terrible and I dare fay a true of a chftd being found in the which was all over foppofed to arife from the blood be ing tainted with the venereal difeafe ef the on one fide But what dogs this prove f that all the children broughtto fame on I take P it will be hene of my own on account affi of eAf towatdi it would eflforce af hippy a dif ciplinc as the an Admiral did id thfena Human Nature is that were it riot for Hope and Heaven and Hell would be but mere intended to ainaufe the who woiild laygh at this feems to be the cafe in re gakl to many PadBi Officers in their conducY to Wards Happy itlrSt Clements the only faulty pariffi will fee there full plaufible kmd pf than for hem a weekly pay of In many pjifces there is nothing paid to a nvrfe dfeat But 1 am more aftoniJhed than from as informs that Danes tiasa particular of parlia ment in their I agree with that laws in general but not fomuch as thofe who un dertake to execute them and I believe he will join with that we mould amend our ways firft in an inftance that fsems to be within our and un der the very hofe of before we at tempt to launch into the wide ocean of a general cor who preferred tfiat they flioukl die And whatisjreferring that a child jjhould but fomething toomockirig to or tothink pf But it and continues in many parishes fo that violence on has loft its become as liar inthefe renowned cities as thejjfe firing in Morocco towards thofe who their j We may com pliment 5 but in certain in certain ne 1 will fay lefsr buinanized Qurfelves j the pariflf infant poor within the BIIU of Mdrtalityjis fuch aftriking proof of that I Wonder or any man of as he feems to any juftificarion jof his friends or parifhioncbs who were in ojBcein if lie doth not meah he attempts to deftnd thofe who are not ac I pity the ef cuftom I delilfions and mourn over the1 ftjll I Jfrjojici is of it can be forfeits his the lawi of f ah4 J verily may be allured that I take his hints in good and think the public and myfelf obliged jto him for making any mention of the He believes me to be prejudiced againft mea becaufe I do not know and I think him prejudiced for them becaufe he He acknowledges things are very fo that allowing for human imperfeftion on all we hall meet half even with the very men who were in of whom I dare fay the major upon fee things in the fame 1 given more clear and mi Jiute evidence ever was given before on this Heaven grant it may have a general good either by means of or from an effort of Legislative Au which may be But let the laws be what they there feems to be one means whichFs to eleft the chief people infivery parijth to parHh offices and will to mulft them at inftead of or 10 as now I your very humble JONAS and To the PRINTER of the I A LTHOUGH a Proprietor of Eaft India TJLI have by my my infirnoities and in much out of the way of entering deep m to theirporkical fquabblesandfcrambles after power i aadi at prefent engages me as your cor is neither the reftifal of the nor the other complaints againft the coramercai con ftrongeft in the kirigdom born of of the prefent account i of whomOIAH of dangerousaiid arbitrary txerflMttif ient were they ten is times If the air they breathe is and their aliment deficient in quantity or cloathing probably die That is the way Nafurei as appointed toriourifli a is as true as that manis born of woman but it is alfo as that in of proper air and aJiment will preferve Children m a confider J know one family where fix males have been bred up by one vurfe by hapdl and the youogeft is even years old j not a child died in her If they fent to the cpmmop run of wet it is more than probable one in three had much difference is there between a good nurfe an4a bad I fayin my Earneft Appeal of the Parifh Officers of Danes in that men force be metaraorphofed into evento the own dp yoa if it were hot that cuftom rendered the deaths of many then fanis of poor iofents in thefe Bills of pa familiar to the ParHh Officers of Clements of had not been confidered as very barbarous to fend one to to die in her after i life of about 30 days Would not any man fenfes death of three or that the nujrfer was very aad after five or that flie was very ignorant or very Vicked But when in fo fliori a the mortality Of leven or eight had would it not create cion file ftarved Or gave And would not the ftcae common fenfe and caifdour leack one to that upon feeing the jtlj or loth child brought within this pariQi nurfes 5iri that have ordered all the effects of fervants in who unluckily do with their to beattaehd n the colour of their hav ing tranfgrefled the covenants regard to pre If they of complaint againft their fervants that Will bear the difcuffion of law and juf whydo not fue in a regular manner in the Coucts of But to attack them in their own as it wefe in their own here they are bbth judge and moft iniquitoufly to taVe away all means of defence by attaching their ftretch of defpotifm worthy only of a and whatdurft not have been under taken in affairs by any Minifttr the moft arbi trary fince the days of much more ex traordinary it is to fee fuch powers arrogated to themfelves by the heads of a trading toadd ftill to their extraordinary and juftify their I hear they give it they altogether inrthis afrair by advice and direc itioo of a gentleman in the higheft rank at the An opinion fo contrary jto liberty and the cbhititution of furely never could be given his Majefty has intruded the chief care pf maijftaiding the lafrs and the or der of in this I will venture to that iuch an opinion would fubjefr the giver to s and to all its confe let hisiAation fo the friends of that Honour able Gqiitlemah tocoritPadicl publicly fogroandlefs a by a ietof defporic managers at tfoe the India to ex ace either now a foamed or Thfe is an affair that every freBriton avwelVas an India It it in the fiftcha rafter Itakeit Frptn QNJP Ohtf G AZE The King been pleafed tp grant unto his Royal tfie Duke op fiw office of KeepeVof hnMajeftys att8 warrens of the pffice of Lieu tenltnt Oftbe the room of fililate RqWMiighMAllic Puke of The King alfc beeniibitfcd to grant unto his R0yal Yoriej bf the Crthbum Cttacetnthe of alfp and Hotilhtjwl Ooida thereugto belonging Jai the room late Royalitighnefs the Ettketdf r Tlie Kinjc pleafed Htglmrft Prince thf Keeper of Sll that ParfcfttltaJ Winder tJreat Pafk and of the Larfffi arid Soif wit the Hi F A K 1C ty T of Lambeth vittenintJiiefbreaoenjatGuil Thomas the to and lad atnd fofh Augultj at leji iu the Saracen Vlieatl 1 oa in Daniel and William o in the county ef hofitrff and rt Currender the t jth and ijd and ifih of at ten in at John Henderfon arid of merchants and broktrs j to furrender and 19th and of at four in the at 9yt appointed for making the dividends of Smitkruftt ejlaiet to Creditors late of within In the at tin in toe fore at of Falcon in Oliver W the lift of Augufty at ten in the at the fign of the Talbotin Jefton late of Old theuft of ten in the at the fign pf the m Certificate la bs fo William of the parift of Clement Danes on oraeforsthe L ON DO We have the fatisfaftion to firethree following are the heads cf the under the con fideration of thofe gentlemen who have tered into a public to reduce the price of batchers meat inthe London by of many illegal profits between the zier and confumcr to enforce the againft n entpu jage the breed of cattle by the dltribuucm fcf pro per By private letters from fuffained by the late dieadful fiieatf has been computed to exceed one hundred and thiny theufand pounds Iterling much valuable goods and merchandize viere faved by the vigilance and vity of the Commandersof his who fent their boats and men on to carry elf what could be feved from the We hear fubicriptions are immediydy ta He opened at the principal bankers in the the of the offerers by the late dreadiul fire Bridge Town LettersTronr Paris that by which has been given to the French EaiKIndia the takes upcm bimfelf the charge f the ifles of France and Bourbon in tlie miniftry are nominating propcv perforijto be thither to fill the different eanpqymenrs al perior Couhch is to iikei hut in the colony of The parliament of Bourdeaux mftvuclion Sarlat to be Burnt by the They write forii rua by tjre CorJlca hits feveaof iii dw fens Paijli has 5akea ineafures to the Frendi from ttittingdawn any ifond of Cohficaj it pwards of ten thoufaiuitoiVshaying al ready beeiuixpprtcd for the in wine aileiialy at i ou I from that nearaljtthe ftorc particular the Old and tire of the Graiid have been and fqma accounts mke the number of peypie wjio atiipuhr to upwards of rb where tire foreign in all tJiechriiHans fufferrd the The the time ct the fijjft was fummtrpaiaces ye hanks of ire about eighteen Goiiftann s of a fetter front Onthe 23d or the hip London arrived in rivef audcameto ving no pilotJ on alitteabove the iiland twelve leagves iig in the being impatient togo on ru the hips when immediately a ftmng gale the boat and as no afftitance could he aU tog two were untprjtunately of tite number of men of war built at Genoa for the fervice of FranceJuice the lad treaty at has ben and is be as follows j four fhips rrtvigated to Toulon by Gencefe without guns two a frigate and two bivught by Frenchmen without guns three a and frigates at Rochfi rt bdides Jeveral iranf pprts at the laden wuh timber for tlie Yefterday arrived at her moorings in the John The Deal Caftle man of war arrived at Cadiz from Gibraltar on the 6th Yefterday failed the a Dutch man of on a the Aldborough man of war for t hath His fhe Lord hastaken a French bark en te with feventy bales of Englifh wool on and carried her into Three hundred recruits raifcd in Scotland to coin pleat the regiments fa the iervice arrived the ift inftaut at On Sunday la ft arrjVed on board the from eventeeii belonging to the African bme of whom been nine years on that lation th y had beejnonly eleven weeks on thtir and the laft of the Companys men in pjace they wer relieved by four Companies ftnt cut by ths g and give acouint that the ettieiflent very and the meruin general Yetterday arrived iri twn twenty four andfifteen regi ments of foot they Iwid month from ifh landed ac Lft the the garrifonwas and in goad damage done by ltxvt is and wall of Was carrying on ng the Bay behind the Governors OB eh a new fo be as tlwr defence for that of the v We brnr that his Royal the Duke of Gloucefter ha ordered a ftirn tcJ be dflljj butedJtweveryrgr man in thethirteenth of wLicli liis Rpj al Highriefs is that a for dock
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