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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 5, 1766, London, Middlesex AUGUST and GOR Proprietors and Managers of the Operas at the Kings Theatre in the beg leave to inform the nobility and that they have engaged the beft company of that could be got in for the performing ot fe rious and comic Operas next feafon at the laid They are all on their and are ex to arrive in London this Tke Com R I O U The celebrated firft Signora firft Signor Mifs fecond woman Signer Signora third COM Signer firft firft Signor firft Mifs firft Sign ir Moriggi the old man Signoia fecond Signor Signora third There are Co engaged two capital and fome principal which are expected at the fame time from HAYMARKE By his the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY Tomorrow will be performed a called The COLE by FOOTEj the Uft time of hisperforrhing this Richard Sir William Csftle the Davis j Palmer MGeorge and WESTON Quick i Francis and Strutter SHUTER With of By ARNAUD and Mifs To which will be The MAYOR of Majir i5ir Jacob Murden Crilpin Shutei Palmer MGeorge j Qmckj Jerry Wefton Burden Pit Gallery The doors will be open at fix j and begin at feveii Ladies are defired to fend their Servants to keep places at Places for the boxes to be taken of at Vivant Rex be SOLD by A U C T I at Henry in near at twelve THE LIBRARY of BOOKS of THOMAS COLLINS of the Bank of Eng deceafed including his original drawings and manufcripts in together with the cop and copyright to his Book of Original Defigns for Temples the and Gothic lately Catalogues to be had at the place of the letters figned A CANDID and INTELLIGENCE EX laft entertainments will be continued the Summer Admittance one milling each The doors to be opened at five and the mufic to begin at half an hour after There will be an artificial piece of firework in after he manner of the planned and conducted by the celebrated Cii which he never exhibited STATE O five per deducted from the hares and and but pounds from the in ead often 5 notwirhftaading they are fold loweft in the greateft examined and paid as foon an by WEN HAM and at their State Lottery in ths Boul facing Grocers and were drawn prizes of ten tboufand pounds each in the laft and fold at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis and letters 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 and all bufinefs relating to the Lottery transacted with the greateft xare and The drawing of the Lottery will begin on Monday the lyth of By the I IN G s P A I E N T WOMENS GLOVES and exactly after the jnanner of the French j which have been prohibited fince June W ILL AM of takes this opportunity of acquainting the public in and the ladies in particular that with great labour and he Bath attained the art of making womens Clk gloves and exactly after the manner of the French and in a months lime hopes to have a quantity ready for which he flatters hiipfelf will be elteemed fUperior to the fo univerfally and will come at fo low a that no benefit can arife to any perfon from running foreign ma nufactured of this kind into the He therefore earneftly hopes for the countenance and fanftion of his country in this which if properly he doubts not wilfgive ge neral latisiaction at the fame time that it will em jloy a confiderable number of his Majeftys now deftitute of When the firrt parcel is fi notice will he given in this paper 5 and in the mean be feen at the Paten tees fliopin Fenchurchftreet where orders alfo will be taken and difpatched as foon as Proper allowance will be made for merchants and that export them and to all thole who fell them either in town or There is already a patent granted for wo mens Hk gloves md made upon the flocking frame but the manner of the French are quite a different Speedily tvitt lie AN Enquiry into the ConducT ot a Late Right Honourable COMMONER particularly in Regard to fome late his new connec and With an authentic account of a fertwia cum adbiandiiur capiivifm PLAIN dear needs no flowrs of The public are defired not to miftake this Tfacl for another lately advertifed under a title fcmewhat Printed for oppofite Burlington houfc in Of whom njay be The New Edition of the MEW BATH The HISTQKY of the LATE To the PRINTER of the I mult beg the of your communicating the following And To LETTER centinuatiam of my fubjeii of the Slft alt l mult oblerve that vou av 2 Sreat ftrefs on the dieing fituation of the foundlings taken in bv parifh of Clement Of thefe there are nine in which is about one in three whereas in the general account there are but 115 in or about one in How this comes to pafs I know nor is it very material We muft not amufe ourfelves with names and an infant or a child is a human and as fuch entitled to all the offices of no matter how it came into the or who is tue father or mo I alfo grant that fome of thefe foundlings weremu bad ftate of health when a child is to you believe it is meant it fliould die Do you find any marks of violence on them Do you know that nature is lo kind to infants that they are fometimes found alive in the arms of the motner when is expired with If a woman expofes her child to get rid of muft we underftand thaffhe meant it ihould die Mur der is never committed for murders dropping the reafoning let us examine the facT as clofely as you The fail that of eight foundlings dead in your owly one died the day taken ia two lived one two and one fortyeight days a medium twentytwo And how long lived the nine ittegitimaie children taken in by your whom I rationally luppofed to be born of young and healthy people Three lived thirteen one one one one one and one eightyeight daysj on a twentyeight This is fix days longer than the poor foundlings excluding the long lived child of eightyeight the medium is one day lefs than the What do y0u lay to this Your three cafuals on a one hundred and fcven tell if you if any one of thefe twenty children was fuckled If any one was fentto nurfe into the country Or if you changed the nurfe in after feeing nine children already dead ra her You delivered five children to their 4nd one to the father probably thefe fix or the greateft part of are But what are we to expect of the remaining five children which made thirty one in March if followed on into this year It appears that you allowed the mo thers of thefe two hillings a to affift them in taking care of their own The aft ex cludes the infertion of fuch m the re that it may not appear as a faving of children by the parifti in they are pre ferved in the hands of the mother but ftill the mea fure is and does honour to your as it does fo all other parities who praclife this mode of aflifting when thefe are fober fit to nurfe their own As this mode leads direftly to the knowledge of the comparative effefts of the parifli nurfing and the mothers it may be a proper clauie in any on behalf of thefe which may hereafter take that it fliall be inferted at the foot of the as a diftincT you muft forgive me if I fay in my the only circumftance that does honour to your fo far as the regifter is the giving this mo ney to mothers though one of them is the very womaa who buried fo many of your I hope it was not confidered as a douceur for any good fervice which could be afcribed to Numerous aad great are the calamities which hap pen to all the children of from various but the moft part of them have their fource in our own folly and The fpring of health to the theabUity of the fountain of com and a redundancy of the ornaments of arife from the labour of the Poor therefore the prefervation of the Poor is the firft leflbn in political If the children who fall unavoidably into the hands of parifti under the protection of the here at the very feet the feat are not deemed objects of na tional attention if we fhut our being within the reach of their infant and do not confult their pi cfervution by all poftble all ourcon queits which require all our fchemesof population of all a5h of and every duty of with to charity to infant upon the appear as fo many words without I for a courfc of received the eft proofs that pur national character is It is the deviation from that in this ii ofwhich J Your as if I challenged the whole fiation for afting inhu is too to fpeak no worfe of to be intitled to a ferious I that the grievance hath long been a national and for a national infpection and it would have been very foreign to my purpofe to canfine nay obfervations to what may have been done in as it is in you to bring the humanity of the whole or its true friends aad patristic the ftage to depreciate my Appeal to I when yottexamine deep into the you will think it worthy the and I am pjgrfuad ed it will be moft confiftent with the character yf a Friend to the and a Man of Public to trace the evil to its and point out the reme If you cooperate with the fpirit of the le for whofe honour you are you will afliit in reftoring a regular difcipline in the pa riflies in with regard to die lives of in It is thus you in good be inftru mental to the furnimihg armies and navies people ing and towns adding gran and opulence to your own courttry and exult in that joy which only the felicity of your country can That I may land juftified with regard to the im putation of I will accommodate myfelf to the prejudices you hnve and infertfuch co lumns cf ths table I mentioned n my as may ex hibit a view of the material part of the whole year 1765 I it will turn the attention of the public to their proper which is 1500 or 2000 infants a greater number not 31 belonging to Clement of whom we know that 20 were already duft and Eleven Parijbes without the Dead per per i z months 69 thofe fent into the country are all J Aldgatey Geor Thefe eleven parifhes exclufive of 113 chil dren delivered to mothers 119 children under 12 months the medium of the mortality of whom appears to be 67 per whereas the common com putation in thefe cities is 50 per in every 100 tLereis an extraordinary lofs of 17 chil Thefe pariihes had likewife 122 children of i to 4 years the medium dead is 40 per but the ordinary computation is but 7 per accor ding to the Breflau the bills of mortality fo that in every 100 of there is an lofs of 33 in one year And what are we to think of the remaining 33 in 100 over the 67 abovemen tioned of ihe 12 months old living when from one year to another Will they cot all moulder into duft before they reach 4 years Is it not fact that in many parifhes they do fo it not been declared by the Malterof a Workhoufe of a very confiderable that not a inglechild was reared in his parifh in 14 years was not the reafcn without referve in public at that the parifh had no proper place to them tlie air being too confined Did you ever hear of a Poulterer reduced to fuch neceflity with regard to his chickens or rabbits I obferve in theHiftorical Abridgment of the efta blifhment of the Foundling Hofpital at pub lifhed in the after complaining that the air the children breatheis tho he forgets tofpeak of the danger of congregating con cludes thus There is the greateft reafon to ex that if air and accommodation of lodging is according to the advice cf fkilful who confider the dJect of thefe as the caufe of fick nels by which infants are and tne realon of the deaths of a much greater number will be preferved What Englifh phyfician in his applying this remark to the parifh infants will deny the validity of the Frenchmans ob fervations Why do not the medical gentlemen who To the 60 So 80 55 75 75 100 48 j years 35 oo 16 45 30 65 55 37 2Z 50 64 vifit workhoufes favour marks the world with re Let us now take a view of 21 parifties in Middie fex and Dead per wideri 2 Chrift 100 Chrift 5o St 66 above George femet times called George 71 I above f George Giles in the J and 8o Mary Thefe zz parifties had exclufive of 260 children delivered to mothers and friends 231 under twelv months the medium of the mortality of appears to be 5 lefs than the eleven parifhes without the walls or iz extraordinary They had likewife 317 of one to four years the me dium of the mortality of whom is 31 S lefs than the eleven pariihes without the waits but full 45 more than ordinary to the Brejlau and 20 more tkan any rea fonable computation admit What can be the confequence but the total extirpation of Uioiff young citizens and fellow Parijts Clement Danes Hanover 70 66 John and jf in the J0o 43 Of thefeeight pnrifhes excluHve of 147 50 43 27 J5 66 54 55 fsr of i to 4 years oo 59 66 60 33r iz 10 22 3 16 ia 36 4t 12 2O 66 21 18 ed there are uiider twelve mont eld ht are dead or near 70 which s e 100 more than Middlefex and smi fuli ia There are likewife 17 of one to four years of whom ars dead 43 or sc being iS more per tbn the moil re proved computations will admit I have feppofed 50 per to be the ordinary computation within the bills of mortality forinfinrs under twcve months which is a rate for the Brejlau makes it but 31 and we have many villages in England which not reach to half And it is certain thers is no neceffity for keeping thefe chiklren in town j but it rauft be that they cannotlve in nor fuch to be foxmd in the cottages i or uncleanly people fo that there is a ntcduty cf paying a proper if it is meantto have the work properly pei The word part of the common people great numbers of their own children for of cleanlinefs how are they to preferve the who for fo many ages have been as a forloin hope The lives of thefe infants is a rtal object of and ought to be attended The fequt1 of my 1 fliall leijij I Your hi7mbe J O N A S H A N W A Lstters received Wellwiflier torny Philo in anfwer to Neither Free nor AMBIGUOUS te P R I N T E R of the AS I have not time tofpare to read more than one daily I long fince made choics of and have conftantly taken it in for years I have feen therein many efforts made for compelling the Court oi Directors of the EaftIndia Company to raife immediately tire dividend on their contrary to their inclination and the authors have even fuffered their pafHon to carry them fo far as to become I will not fuppofe that thefe writers are and dont care if theDevil the hind as the faying is but that thefe efforts proceed from their ignorance of the true preient ftate of the Company 5 and therefore I herein fet it for their and the publics information and is as follows The Company r To the for at per 301 To theProprietors of the India To the bondholders J fuppofe To theiT in England and In India I fuppofe I auv informed the public have demands on tfe fBr extraordinary affifiance durinthe laft two for iooaoo Total The Company By the for the Companys capital By lent in the year For which the Company receives intereft at the rate of three per per Debtor if the Companys ftock in trade in the warehoufes in England and in the Eaft upon the Teas outward and islctually worth equal to the faid fum of aoo 1 ti may then be faid to hav much eftate as it and it will be right to raife the dividend vpon e but tf the Companys ftock in trade is not actually worth one quarter part of clufaye of then it will certainly be more ft and honeft to pay off t the debts before any encjeafe of dividend left that die Como not continue long ia the flourifhing condition they were when the laft accounts were feat longcontmus ui that Ctuation ftall be the wift of your moit Leal f J i Tha
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