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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 7, 1766, London, Middlesex T H U R S D A Y AUGUST Fran the F O L 1 C AMD meant tf delefting many ftrnftfeMftfe Ap prehending fo it Mr fa Ttat for tbt be jeonftaotly ijwfeited in THIS properiy to J B W the H A E f1 Y R K E C M T MARKIT L thft TagO fry firtittfteofl t pmn From the Theatre Royal in BftbBn Aickifli Hurft lioV Palmer Murden Kirn j rU R Jefttemona fcy f rwfe m PirftOtiierv UpperCalkry it aid gaUftius to M opened c five Indies defirtd to fend Uwfr fervafits at four Vlvant Rex AUGUST Aift RK and Maowtw of the tte intite the nobiKty that the bed catopiny ift the purftrtning of ie Qpenu next feafon at the faid TtMff all on their and are ex nveln London this The Com follows Sigoor Signora firft fecond Mafi fecgnd Sienora third 5 M I Signer Signora firlt woman or MOTMJM the old man fecottd fecond third Thtteare alfo engaged oapital d fome principal which are at the firne from Italy ETTlP RTH an4 TAYLORS fvtmsDAY a CONCERT ot VOCAL and 1 Confifting ofTe Soogs with Singing by a tcntlewomanf for this mght only who never 9f particular Sweet Bird and favourite fang of the Bird or Admittance The doors be opened at five to begin exactly at half paft fix After the Oagcert will be exhibited a particular piece of PirewonPm Miniature tor that night by ST A f E L 0 T I1 U K HE Shares of aiid Shares of are fold by HAZARD at their unfec the Pt jmzza of the Royal and mt fcpfe in Tickets and Shares regiresttiatfix per and the eariieft their ftccefslent to any part oCOreat Schemes of the Lottery given grati and paid 4tfy Four to t The Lottery begins dmwing on Monday the ijth of kU of Government Securities bought i by to all of JftE PHILOSOPHJCAL The copies for the Members are ready 5 delivered the Societys inted for Davis and over againft Printers to the RoyaJ Of whom may be An Abridgement of the Philofophical Tranf frojn the Beginning in 1665 to by and belt completed to the prefent Time by the TranXaftione at in in Birchs Snpplemsnt to the Philofophical and Hvftoiy of the Royal Society containing many large axd curious in tjie which were netfer before publidied j a Ihort Accent of the moft eminent 4 with price in A CoUeftiotfof the Yearly Bills of Mortality for lob Years with feveral Treatifes on that price I H O G A R T Ids PRINT AS many beauties in the late Hogarths Prints hitherto efcaped notice for want of Hogarth has now gaiad a gentleman to explain each and mo ralist on it in fach a manner as to make them in well as and propofes giving A edition of byway of ted in a toafterly They will be pub fets and be continued till the whole iscqm firft containing the Harlots Pro may be price at in the near j Dodflys in PallMail New Bondftreet j Corbould and Ballalleyj Lombardftreet and at Ho in of whom may be had the July I of the fitk manufacturers being at IJl very and many hundred families out of octafionsd by tin remarkable quan tities of Italian and French India plain and i and printed worn in this king the from principles of humanity and under a necefnty of put H ting the laws vigoroufly in execution j and as they would much concerned to offend any who from the and unacquainted with tht diftreflts of tlit may incur considerable pe they hereby that proper perfons togtve and that the ex of me feveral afts are Is under THAT after tht Tune no fo reign wrought filks or velvets mall be imported or brought into Great or the iuands of upon pain of being femed and the further penalty of for each piece or remnant to be paid by the with cofts ot That no mantua or other perfon or perfons fliall or expofe to or Or otherwise difpofe of any foreign wrought filk or which hall net have been imported before the i4th or or make up the or any wearing or upon pawthat all fuch foreign wrought filk or velvet gar or or other work made ro fold or expofed to bar ordifpofed or or made or upon any or or other work and or other or Upon which fame hall be fo or made ball be feized and forfeited and all perfons who hall or expofe to or difpofe or know ingly or make or caufc or procure to be made or upon any or or other any fuch foreign wrought filk or velvet not imported before the oTJune for every fuch forfeit with cofts of That all foreign wrought filk or or other work made which after the of June fhall be imported into this or into or whe her the fame fhall be mixed fewed er made up with any other goods or and the or or other ma or up on which the fame mail be mix or m ade may be and after con dMJnation fhall be forfeited and haber milliner or other dealer or maker of any of the faid in whofe cuf or the fame hall be found and foe every piece or remnant of fuch foreign wrought filk or or other work made which hall be fo feized and found as for feit with cofts of One mstety of all penalties and forfeitures to be to the ufe of the Kings and the other moiety perlba or perfons who ihall fue for the The proof where the goods were manufactured to lye upon the owner or or fued or and not upon the piaintitf or profe TheyaHb think necefTary to publifh the abftraft of the following hy 11 and ia William for the more effectual employing the by encour aging the manufactures ofthis kingdom After the igth of September no wrought of the manufacture of or or callicoes or trained fcatl be worn or otherwise ufed in or the town of Berwick upon unlefs invade up and ufed in apparel or furniture before the a9th of September by Stat Gearge is extended to furniture made up before the ifth of December And all whether or made up for with any other or mate which fnall be found in any or other place other than fuch warehoufesas fliall be approved by theCommiffioners of his Majeftys Cuftoms hail be and lia ble to be warched for and And overand above the lofs of the the per or in whofe knowing thefacaeftatl be or feized i or that hall or difpofe to any perfon other than for exportation and the fame be exported ac cordingly forfeit ithird of the aid pe and of what hall arife by the fale of tha goods which after condemnation to be fold for portation to be to the ufe of the Kings Majefty tiie other to fuch or who hall feize and profccute for the And if any perfon hall import any of the faid goods into any other than the pert of or into the port of and not make due en tries befides the forfeiture of the faid forfeit the And that to preferre and en courage the woollen and fiik manufactures of this and for more effectually employing the by prohibiting the ufe and wear of all or dyed in houf furniture or nene fhatt ufe or in in any garment or apparel and or dyed under the penalty of to the informer for every offence fuch information to made within fix days before a Juftice of the The Mafter and Wardens of the faid Com panygive that if any perfon or perfons will give or leave information with Cltrk the faid at their Hall in Bafinghall of any offence againft the faid or ny of and the name of the informer to be con if defired fo as the offenders may be con victed fhall be paid TWENTT POVNDS by the faid on HILLS by his fold Richard at the in Paternofterrow at John ilear the lower eadof Jamess and no where elfe in BALSAM of H o N E for and afth ESSENCE of W A T E R D oc for the fcurvy and ELIXIR of for the gout and TINCTURE of to give an TINCTURE of to lengthen TINCTURE of for ifcxvous diforders conti nued fuccels thefe jftedicines readers all praife has been incUift ioufly arid ma liciqufly that the buunefs of the Chamberlain of London been notorioufly neg and thatihe Aldermen and the wbole Ccr ppration ha vefignlfted whereas the faid uialiciausvreport Teems atthis critical juncture view n ot only to tire judice Chamberlain in okhis fellow but alfo iff the of the prefent Ad that they might took upon him as un worthy of theReceiverftup slrhick every one of his prececeAorslfis fince the Revolution He finds ur ble r referring to books In thtCiamber laing to aU the Officers thertirt Tbii Day is price AN Enquiry into the CdnduCl of Late Flight Honourable COMMONER partiCularty ifl regard to fome late negociationi and With ah authentic account of a la e Printed for oppofite Burlingtorihoufe in Piccadilly and fold like by ill Paternofterrow j at Bath Todd and at York and all other Of may be The HtsToay of the LATE and The PRINCIPLES of the CHANCES in 1765 impartially A new price For tbt later j fatad Neither Free nor and Queftion or two to the Er of An genuine Copy of a Letter irohl Lord Clive to Sir the An Extrait from a Short Account of a late Short To the PRINTER of the X muft ftill aflc the indulgence of your printing the following letter in your and ybu will Your very humble J O N A 8 H A N To P H I L O PA UP LETTER E R I N mine of the 5th infUIexphyned to you the dreadful mortality which reigns in thefe cities among the infant as are for the moft part fent into that the medium com putation of the deaths of infants under ia months is foil 67 per and of i to 4 years 38 per per annum and to all upon following them from year to it is no rare thing in many pa riflies to find them all dead in lefs than four I will now prefent you with a fpecimen of the ef fefts of country in though it is not a good or fair except in three or four If the or illjudging parifh fee ing the fuccefs of his and what methods Tie will kill go in tht beaten though he knows it leads to a we muft not he fur prized if he tumbles into it not for then he might be more wary j but the poor child of the pub He profeifes to be the publics warm friend and advocate we ee that he fuffers his friends child to perifli for want of real I fay real neceffa for this feems to be the plain late of the Let us now take a furvey of the few infants fent into the country in Sent into the Rale per country to be alive under n 66 At i 2 35 59 n jj and John the and and the above 57 Chiefly at in the At Brook At g without Bifhopf1 gate of 4 years i i Dionis i Of 76 were under of whom only jo per 56 were of i to 4 of whom ao or 34 per Here the difference is ap parently in favour of the country in the firft fion of ji full 39 but in the laftof i to 4 it is near As te the elder children being fo high in morta lity in the and above the this is reconciled by thefuperior mortality of fome parifhes compared with others 5 this by the good or bad choice of the the quality of he nurfes to whom children are and the price Many of the villages near as Lam Bat and fuch re ferable thefe cities fo much in the air of the and manners of the and in the knowledge of the ordinary deftiny of poor parifh in that we cannot jet build enfucb country nur There is alfo reafon to believe fome ef thefe cider children were fcept till they were fick and in a dieing as to the firft and dangerous year of we fee fo vaft a difference in favour the that no mathematical demonftration can be more convincing of the neceffity of fending them into weet V ditto ditto ditto It is mort evident fipm the conduct of rifles are attentive to their infant fe with hat evil from ignorance The camu computed facing cari it muft that f n y will beioft H the community as ftink our If the furviyiqg children of i year are followed1 iotdf the mortanty M found to in the at the regifters fet forthj is any grotinf IP expect thai any 9 1 Lives fuch in the fight of Ood and having stCngth opened th2ijs to wifl it not be wonderful if fome lavvdoes not certain wiih regard to tnK Wrae of preferving children be laid oft the fevtrai agreeable to reafon So that ftippofing the beft paritt who from fentuntnt does his he may be fure that walk in the fame and not as if it were merely to ftiew his has been done fo much that it re quires legHative attention to prevent The deeper we the more we find what may be donVby the proper encouragenfeht of nurfes in proper Martin in the as I hWe alreadyinformed pays a five and has the command of fober re putable women in the moft healthy This was the price paid originally by the Foundiicg Hof when full half their children were i This is deemed but a low price for this fervice in common lifej and appears to have been computation for infants in when money was considerably lefs valve than at How lift came to be cbtapemJaway i in the otf thefe poor can be reconciled only by ing it iitto the ignorance of vice and telly whicty have prevailed Among m thefe vait to tht extenfion of thu better theie children are treated by the Ids they will be coafidered M a PortotA Hope by their parents ox be better conditioa they will be brought in to the iparUh to cBable him the more eaftly to prefervtt This feams to be anatural confequenccj foreraelty is tural to as mercy to the Hyaena j but torn our If you hould ftiU think that the parifh officers of your are entitled to any other ment on ray than fuch as you find in my ters j I muft alfo on lhebehlf tlie the humanity of the nnd my young fellow citizens in that produce an florical account of your parifh infant noor for 10 or 30 years and hew bow many have been and put out and become good and ufe ful and what methods were tnken to rear and educate them if the officers can produca a refpeftable we may then thaf 1765 was a very unfortunate year and that the anrhor ol the Eamef Appeal has been brtrayed very caiiul and falfe If this cannot he we muft conclude that the has prevailed for a long of not in your p4 rifh but in moft others in rhre vaft and that is high upon a patriotic to think of a remedy tx prevent fo a and political Preventive mefnrts are not only but in this can be tlie only efficsjcious No human law bring a child to life and nrely no curfe from Hea ven is upon the of tin I mnwnt Upon the I muft if the infant poor in belong o the public in io dire it a were fent to proper places in the coun at duecttftances from woiU at leaft as fair a chance of if not irn than many children who remain in r5 if thefe happen to be r as well as and confined rating cuufes of fo many deMis as wi find witiii the bills of fo much exceeding that of any other kingdom or or other place in thefe I in my ooferved a multitude of children in fome of the and leaft frequented parts of thefe vaft in places not to enjoying air 5 but the rents being labouring and and having no joys beyond thofe of a domeitjc and the charge of their own ufuaily many and f me of whom they though not with Jkrid VVhiift any virtue remains amongft this clafs of oiufellow fuh and they enjoy and labour fufficient is furnifhed for they keep their children out of the devouring jaws of a When the iibn bandqf Neceffity obliges them to fVekprcteftion of and they have children Jiewly or of a tender they loon experience that snan is bora to When a child is drooping for want of the it certeinly ought to be provided and that it be we by the experience of the Foundling though the Governors could not provide well for 4030 Were it only fir a fhoi t and chiefly for the who are generally in the moft it would bs a great And where the order of nature cannot be followed fo clofely as we the more care ought to be ta ken of the arid other cir cumllances of the the weekly and the annusl premium when a child is to be a real encouragement to gcyd anJ others hould by any be ti ufted with fa acred a thing ns a If this Idfcn were and the utility the duty of it we hould find that the children ot the Poor would than the children of the are ofti with This would compenfate fi incenvwienciet which this our fell
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