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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 22, 1766, London, Middlesex fci T U E S J U L Y From the rxitnfivt Sale ofT H s G A z t r T E E A N 0 jttntdtotbt tfchonntlf tbrougb it poffet bat btelj been tit tagaaj of deteSting fo many and of ap prehending fo many that it may fo proper to give THIS PUBLIC That tkt be conltantly inferted in PAPER atdij iucii INFORMATIONS art properly attended to by STABLt BUYERS OF 5ECONBHAND robttriet will ctfteeJfoa tfpiciaiiy if PERSONS make ufe of the fame saner to advertife their loffes F I E L D I N H A Y M A K K JE By his MAJESTYS AT the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY Tomorrow will be performed a catted the Beingthe taft time of performing that Piece this COLE by FOOTEj Richard Aickin Sir William Cattle the Davis Palmer 4 MGeorge and WESTONj Quick Francis and Strutton SHUTERj Lucy by a YOUNG With ENTERTAINMENTS of To which wiir be added The MAYOR of G A R R A T Major FOOT Sir Murden Crifpin j Palmer MGeorge Qujck jerry Weftou Burden boxes Pit Gallery The dtfors will be open at and begin at feven Ladies are defrrtd to lend titeii iervaats to keep places at Places for the boxes to bs taken of at ths Vivant Rex For the the dajs of plaviag will be and Miff G A 51 V K Y s NIG H AT FINCHS GROTTO THIS EVENING will be performed A C O N C E R T of and INSTRUMENTAL M U S I C The vocal parts Mifs Mifs MIL Tickets to be at the Bar of the Admittance One N The Yeilowruurd by particular fcv Mifs i 1 A i K L or T E K FO five per deducted from the hares but fix pounds from the jof ten iheyarefold at in the greatest examined arid paid as foon as by WKNSANf and at their Statff Lottery in ths Poul facing and were drawn prizes of ten tnoufand pounds each in the iait and fold at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis j amd letters pollpaid duly Our like wife all mem bers of may depend on their having their and on the moft rea fonable and the money remitted them for the prizes and blanks as foon as drawn 5 and all bufinefs relating to the Lottery tranfafted with the greateft care and drawing of the Lottery will begin on Monday the ith of it f The SECOND price To which is now Obfervations on Broken winded endeavouring to prove thefeat of tliat Malady not to be in the PHARMACOPOEIA H1PPIATRICA The GENTLEMAN FARRIERS REPOSI of elegant and approved Remedies for the DISEASES of HORSES In Two Contain The Surgical The Medical Part of PRACTICAL FARMESLY Directions forthe proper Treatment of PoftChaife and other after violent With Remarks on the By B A R T L E Author the GENTLEMANS Printed tor Pote Sold alfo by in Avemarylane 5 and all other Bookfellers in town and ftrthe letters Jtputt An IMPARTIAL ogt Totbe PRINTER of the remarks concern the city of that I judge you will readily infeit them 1 in your The alterations of London bridge to the Und paflageand the navigation oj the river j butiapprtue the navigadoa U rindered at leaft is tiotfafer titan ifwas appear by the luimber of Hw He thatfcved the life pf a ci tizen among the Romans obtained a crown of ho An endeavour to fave the lives of hundreds I an ebjeft wortliy the attention oj tie public i To effeft it would oalybt quired to take away the fall and give the water jaf as at Vyeitminfterbridge and this I think might be following It ftutl be that the bed of the river at Lon bridge is narrower by about wo yards than at Weltminfter The bridge cpnfiits ef 19 moft the piers of which are twice as thick as they need with the additional breadth of the and with the of the water works in tour of the are the caufe of the great If ftarlings and tte waterworks weve taken a the water would paft almoft as freely as at Weft and the city would fave a large annually expended in repairing tie whicl might be aepliea to iademnifying die water corn patty the tide wauld flow much and be fix and down at London and If removing tbefe was not fugvcient to obtain thefe two or three fmaUpiefSand arches might tje added at each end of the certainly prevent the there would be great again ft this plan the firlt from the ha zard of expofing the bridge to the force cf the wa ters but let any perfon furvey the arches of London bridget and the ftrength of the and he will certainly conclude that Londonbridge would ftand as long as and perhaps longer when the great force fall The other from the lofs of the water might be removed by encreafmg the quantify of railed by which would fupply the city at all times with water the want cf winch proved cf fuch fatal confequencs at the late fire in Cornhill which the water works cannot being often and having norefervpir it would therefore bea great improvement of the waterwoiks to have a which would afford a conftant fupply of better wa ter and in this the city might be induced to aflift the water as I hall point out another great advantage the1 city might receive by making an alte ration in the bed ef the A line might be drawn from the projecting point of the land near Londonbridge to the abutment of BJackfryars bridge on the city and if continued beyond that bridge as far as to cover all the wide muddy more that lies bare at low it woiid contribute to the health and be a large tracY of ground gained to the the rents of which would amply pay the changes of this the river would gain on the fand bank on the Surry fide and improve the And fuppofing this work to be what a fine appearance would the new buildings make along the banks of the gentle flow ing regularly every fix and fubjtit to none of thofe fatal accidents which now fo frequency dif grace his I hope thsfe will induce fome generous citizens to pti feel what I have here rudely kefched a fire engine en a newprinciple atamuchlefs expeuce thnn the old which would furnifti murewater than the clumfy Dutch works in the letters received Trufty A Lover good Poetry and good To the PRIHTER of the YOUR correfpondent falls foul upon me in a wry unreafoaaWeinsnner jn his letter of the ith publiihed ia your by Galling me a fyecaufe ventured to pro nounce that India dock was at this time worth and iu a vivy peremptory it is not worth if he will give me one fingle reafon for this very extraordinary opinion of I mall be much obliged5 to him what ever he may think of I do afTure him I do not write for butfar I had read a letter figned relative to India in which the writer had calculated very that if the revenue of a million and a half a now procured for the BallIndia was only to lalt feven of which there is almoit a the ftock would intrinficalLy be worth per nt the end of that Upon which I make this obfetfva Lord Clive made thefe treaties in Auguft fo we hare now had one years which is a million and a and more received frorn Scuja in all two millions i there are in all thirtytwo thoufand proprietors of to whom thele twa millions wlikh is or per India before this was worth 165 per to which add 50 it makes This was the ground of my opinion that the ftock was worth 210 pjr But J did mention it as tornife j the price of tfce it was merely to let the Pro I prietors know what the value of it But fays 1 this let the ftoek ftaud on its own I would whether that fr poffible Has not the ftoekbten lowered ty the proprietors not being told what their were and has not many unfortunate proprietors beta indttccd to fell out on at a low It not then the duty of every man who to prevent any more innocent people fa ken in I and foat cawtggd iomuch toi demonftrably the the has hownJthis fo j for Once the caleulition of that riie ftock in feven years would be worth 450 per nobody chufes to fell but every body wiftiea to in 5 confequence ftock 5 and if the pro prietors continue in their refolution not to part with they may depend upon its being izo at and particularly if tlKyHiUy about a month when they may A ittip from theEafi which no doubt will bring account of fueh a tuin being paid into the Companys Tfeafury at as will enable the Directors to raife the dend with prudence anfd till when it is ex tremey wrong to defire to have it done and S appears to me very inconfiftent to in one that the flock is not worth 150 per anoVin tie that lie Is fure the directors will give a large increafe of July p To the PRINTER of fbe jLett ivtigb tbii metier in an An J et ilat jujlice may I troubled you with a few on Hanways Eartujl Appeal I did not mean to draw rn anfwtr from that or to enter into any kind of controverfy with Iwm i but to actourtt for in a extremely jtift the eaufe of fne ofthe infants dying under the care of the parifli of ClementDaiies j your paper is freely dpenon allfides for the diftjuifition of any in tercRmg I appeal to your impartiality lor the infertion of this in all it may be the laft I fliall trouble you with on this oc When arrairs of any import are rttade known to the public by means of whether they make their way through the channel of a public newspV peri or by way of a is a nfatter of indif ference j certain it is that ftich publications lie open to every cne for the perulal and free difcuffion of the matter therein contained as I have taken the freedom to remark urfofily on the pamphlet it may not be improper to affign fonie reafon for my fo I reflected within myfelfifiirely no parifh officer coud be fo totally loft to the dictates and feelings of humanity as to be the caufe of thofe poor infants dtnths in To vaft a degree as they are charged with fuch an inilance of cruelty and if a deferves not only the fevereft but demands a pnniihment equal to the As a man and as a I was mocked to find fuch a number of lives loft to the as in the pamphlet are ftt As an inhabitant of the parifb of Clement I was defirous of coming at the knowledge cf the truth of an affair wherein its of ficers were fo publicly whereby the parifh from the odium caft on is become the objtcl of general with others I cculd were my reaibns for troubling the world with my letter of the 5th Let us now come nearer to the matter In qucftion j to fet this afFarin a clear let us relate the facls as they really without drawing any far fetched or fpreading over our productions a glofs to make the language appear refined let us ftate tke cafe in a rational as becomes without intention to cffend j let malevolence ftand aloof let feafon and candour take place of prejudice and illnature and let equity be laid down as our grand criterion in this The author of the pamphlet in his letter of the 9th Could I inform myfelf more fully than from the Officers own hands I he could on the bare face of the Regifter but he might have informed himfelf very eafily of the rea fon upon the face of the fo many deaths if he had tpken the leaft or made any enquiry about it in which cafe half his inveftive might liave been j nor is it rea fon able to fappofe who live only dependant on ths officers of the fending them would give then keping potions to get rid of tbejn fuch a fuggeftion cannot poffibly tajce is their only means of mult be of detiiment to The aid letter that my relation of tlie child afflicted with the venerial difeafe does riot prove the children brought to workhoufes are all fame condition j I admit it Inever meant to induce the public to believe fo nor djd I extend my remark to workhoufes in general jlaut only mentioned it as one fatal inftance among tke children dropped in Clement Upon I find by the regifttr of the faid pa rim for there appears to be nme or dropped which is I than fell to the hare of many other parities within that year fome of when were afflifted with different difordersj whillt through ill ufage from their brutifti had to any viiible figns of life ail which died under the age of four months and fix under the age of eight for which allowances ought to be which the letter takes no notice of 5 public are induced to belreve the cafe to be as therein repre tha tJKy were all hearty roboft children when firft taken under the care of the and this is wherein I attempted a vindication of the conduft of the then parilh officers not from any pierfonal or but from a love juftice to characters which have hitherto been held in the higheft efti madon among the hcneft and weJUmeaning part of On the other if any parifli officer deferved hanging for atti of cruelty and barbarifm to the1 poor it matters not to me whether an acquaiutance or a ftrangtr I if he really cfeftrved I fhoold norjn the leaft pity his igno minious end 5 but I mould be very forry to fee or hear of any mans fuftering aierely becaufe a fingle perfin in his think him Happy were it fays the author of the pam phlet if Clement Danes were the only faulty Piiilt Paufiris will fee there are many full as Pbih Pnuperis is convinced there but muft be excufed descending to as it mlglvt occafin a kind of paper war 5 every parifli muit land on its own and for its own faults and defers and if pariflies think tlemfelves ill done by in the it is their to reftify But above why mould Clement Danes clofe this mighty ca valcade why mould they be pointed at mere minutely than any unlefs it is to make them appear more dewitable in the eye of the world than any As the author of the pamphlet admits there are many parishes full as moft juft W0uld it have been if he had more ftriftly attended to tlie rucs of impartiality it would have been much fairer to have painted every parifli in its proper and not have pleaded in excufe the being frightened at the bulk of paper But why Tome parifhes be fome paffed over with little and others attacked with fo much is part my comprehenfioh to account for the author belt knows his own motives for acling this The pamphlet after notice of Cle nwnts I forbear in this mention the names oFthe though the taflc I have undertaken might juftily There greit difference between the the and the meaning of the words an3 can that the tafk undertaken migit jultif ths authors makirig mention of the of thofe is onfc pnit of nnd that it cdijd fuch is Ano ther He wifely forefaiv ill pofl fibry cbole rather to bo on the right fide for which I cioinot but commend The officers of t hnte ftriflfy followed the rtrecuoris in thfe of in figning and returning their to the company of pariili which the pamphlet acknowledges and mail they be and accounted to tie world as nay the worit of btrcsaife an in dividual tkinks them fo forbid it caidour I forbid it freedom If they have dcnenmirs in this I cannot fee who they are accountable to for their re miflhefs but to the legiflative povrcr of this k iig dom j if they think have theoniy and fobj right to take cognizance of it no doubt the in tention of theaS of parliament for I muft beg leave to defcant on one part of Hanways whr rein fays no na tion can belefs humanized in certain inttances than ourfelves 5 then he quotes the inftance of the chil dren It would have been 6ting up mere to the principles and character of an impartial for a fault on one he had a criosd the nation ntsrit where it is due on rhe other A re as this for the greattft ails of charity and humanity under cann t be thought to deferve fp fevere a reproach from one of her ions he fliould rather have1 Iuoke cf as a great did of in pknding for ths repeal ofrhe American Starr by quoting this Couplet from an olu ballad of Priors Be to her faults a little b Be to er virtues jr Upon the Japprove of the feheme Hanway has adapted fr the future crc and prefer vation cf the lives of infants j I afcribp ro him great merit in the and fmccrelv it may work on tlie minds bf the c Facers of tliofe who have not as yet phcrcl their children cur to norfetbyTndirig them into fome part of the country inimedbtely but cannot approve of his taking fuch great liberties upon a general at the expence of the characters and cf in PHILO PAUPERIS O N D O This being thebirthday of hr Royal ftefs will bs with magnificence at His Excilleiuy the the Mi wiil oive an entertainmeut to the Foreign on the An extraoidinary Board of Trade and Plantations will be held this on account of fome im portant mercantile advices received from the Brltifh colonies in They write from that the refult of the General Aflembly of the is not lo in terefting as was imagined nothing being X ceptthe ettkment of fome arrangements in the form of propofed tobeeUnhJiihed independ ently of the It is that it the Re public would be fatisfied an annual and the title of wthout exercifmg any acts of an accommodation might be from Annamaboe give ail account of the both belonging to Lirtgnaviiig moil part of crew i f the former had run away from the and tnken tho long boat ivirh together with a quantity of 1 hey met with the long bout belonging to the andfeized with goods on to a confiderable immediately and quitted the Richmonds aad bore Soon after an in m ration happened on board the but was quelled with the lofs of ne groes killed and a few The belonging to Liver is cut otf by the all were killed except the fyconceaJino himfelf in the till the negroes hadnuidie fei on asd quitted The i7th tlie of Cloveiiy Port laden with from Cojkto James in a hard giie of wind and a heavy a plank about three leagues off the the crew had Icarce time to put out their boat before me funk by which three three in and two men perifhed j eight of the and Richard a providentially ei Four ftoreClips have finiilied taking in their nnd are This day to il down Jbr the to proceed with the men of wrdeliined for ths conn try lately difuovered by the Ano ther hip is to be laden with proviflons cf all and is to fail after them in about a None of the men who went with Con modcre Byron are to go on this except the matter of the Dolphin Man of Yelferday arrived at her moorings in the the George from The London William frdhi is Ikfe arrivtcl I he Brodi from is fafe arrived at Yesterday ForhergiJl fet out for to rcfide there the remaining part cf the A great remaikable for his flcill in the negotiations of is laid to have put ten tiicndiand pounds lately into his by deal ing in EaftLidii Y at the clofe of the poll for Sheriffs at tie numbers for DarJing 13 Stephens The Aldermen had no It that the long expefted report from the appointed m 1755 to enquire into Mie corporations rights in the five Ciry will bi fhortiy made to Commoncouncil j it being by many whether thefe Hofpitals are actual property of the citizens of London j whe therof conlequence the Court of as the City are to be conltdered t real it may not be improper to ft t
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