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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 16, 1766, London, Middlesex Iphe Gazetfeer and New Daily i 679 AUG US T By his MAJESTY AT the OPERA in the HAY on Monday will ba prefeuted K O M E O and by A R R Y Murden DAViS MGeorge j S H U T E R P al me MrvKeen Lewis Friar Hurft W E S T O N Friar Nelfon Old Pierce j Taitle 5 Hamilton 5 Quick j Lady B U R D E N j W OR LEY Boxes Pit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery The pic and galleries to be opened at five the fcoxes at To begin exactly at No perfon can be admitted behind the Ladies are defired to fend their fervants at four to keep Places to be as of at the Little Vivant Rex For the BENEFIT of WE 6 By his MAJESTYS T tne THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY on Thurfday being the nft or will be performed a called The BEAUX Archer by a Being his firft appearance on the Davis Palmer Bo Lewis Keen Hurit j Sir Cha les Quick Scrub by W K S T O N Burden MGeorge End of Art A favourite Song in Love in a by WES End of the Joe Kainess on an by SHU To winch will be addel a called The CREDULOUS Taken from The The Credulous Hufband by Who not perfor that part thafe ten Pit Gallery The houfe will be open At fix and begin at Tickets to be an 1 places of at ivant ex M A K li Au fi u ST 17 and GOR Proprietors and Managers of the Operas at the Kings Theatre in beg leave to the nobiliry and that they have engaged the belt company of that could be 0otin f the performing of Ce rious and coinic Operas next feafon at the faid Tey ticir and are ex pected to arrive in London this The Com pany are us follows S E I O U The celebrated Signer firft Signora firft Signor fecond Mifs fecond Signor Signora third C O M I Signer firfl Signora firll worn Signor firft Mils firit Signor Moriggi the Old man Signora fecond Signor fecond third TLfreare alfo engagtdfwo capital and ibme principal which are exacted at the fame time from A 0 T a o K i For the Benefit of B A DDE AT the NEW on Monday being the igth of wik be preiented a Comic called The MAID of the The Music by the mjt Eminent Lord Fawcett Sir Harry Syca BADDELEY 5 Banniller Branlby The MASTER cf the CEREMONIES ATttieLoNG on Monday the J5th will be A CONCERT oi VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL M U S I By the beft After the Concert will be A Tickers five Tickets to be rnd at Pens near Leicefterfitids Pauls Pauls churchyard near the Royal Exchange and at the To begin ex actly at even Vivant Rex Sc It will be M A R Y B U N E A R D E N By Order of the ISIHAN CHIEFS arid their rrVHE muiical entertaimnents will be continued every The fireworks Clithefow made for the Prince of Waless will be exhibited This Admittance one each The doors to be opened at fire and the mufic to precifely at b D L D by A U C T i O On at twelve oclock at at the Kings Head the corner of N a Kttle beyond the feven mile itons Finchley oppofite the road to S uthgate confuting of two dwelling and a meadow about four wirh other The preimifes mriy be to the time of lalej particulars by applying to Richaidfon and t in Woodftreet qr at the and premifes July diftrefs of the fik manufactures at prefent very and many hundred families out of occalioned by the remarkable quan tities of Italian and French India plain and painted and printed worn in this king the from principles of humanity and find themfelves under a nscemfy of put ting the laws vigoroully in exe and as they would be much concerned to often I any who from ignorance of the with the diltrefies of the may incur confiderable pe they hereby th it proper perfons are employed to give find that the ex tracl of tlve feveral acts are as under THAT after the i4th of June no fo reign wrought filks or velvets Miall be imported or brought into Great or the ifimds of or upon pain of being feired and forfeited and the further penalty of for each piece cr remnant fo to be paid by the with cods of That no mantua or other perfon or perfons hall or expofe j or or qf unvile diip fa of any foreign wrought filk or which hall not have been imported before the i4th of or make up the or any wearing or upon pain that all fuch foreign wrought filk cr velvet gar or or other made fo fold or expofed to bar ordifpofed or or made or upon any or or other work tiie or other or upon vvhijh the fame fhall be fo or made be Icized and forfeited and all perfons who or expufs to or difpofe kmw iagly or make or caulc or procure tj be or made or upon any or or other any uch foreign wrought or velvet not inported before the of June 17 for K i molt ot I he ancient and modern many iuch farlcit i colts of J the Books are in elegant and he flkii at nine o clack vjiti be price fiy at in Dedicated to the Ryht Earl AN E L E G V on the late W Efq 0 fan of tiie How art fou j alien This day is for the year Price in of PHILOSOPHICAL Printed for and over Printers to the Of whom may be An Abridgement of the Philofophical Tranf from the Beginning in to by and bcji in ii and completed to the prefent Time by the PhnofoVriical Tranfactioas in 14 in all Birchs Supplement to the Philofophical and his Hiltory of the containing many large and curious Difcourits f uind in the which were never before publidrd a of tiie moll eminent with price in A af the Yearly Bills of Mortairy for 100 Years pail With feme fcrce Treaties on that Publifhel by the Lib ur ot fe veral learned IVice ibis day is ACATAOGUE of the entire LIBRARIES of the SAMUEL Archdeacon ot lately deccaisd of a Barrilter retired from Practice an of ieveral other valuable Parcels of Which make together a fine j in almoft every of and in i molt of the ancient and modern of Mifs Miis With by Signor and Signora Mifs To which will be added the folio End of ail by particular Baddeley xill prefent the audience with the PICTURE of a PLAYHOUSE BUCKS HAVE AT YE End of the a ftiort Comic Epilogue Inter called LABOUR in VAIN A HUNT after by To whiwh will be added a HIGH LIFE BELOW Tickets to behad of in Richmond and of at the R o s i E R NOW on at the oppofite Beaufort buildings in the a choice of all forW of 10 per under the ufual for ready money Womsns lik from to mens ditto from to imrts random to good brown thread hole ft to womens good hole at pieces for from to very belt ditto at belt fourthread fine black woriled breeches pieces at fixthread ditto at wuh every other article equally Advertiieneats are generally looked on as fo many catchpennies or trips to take in the unwsry and indeed they are Coo often nothing eiie as a proof that this is not conducted on iuch the proprietor will exchange any goods bought if net approved or will return the money if re The public will pleafe to tnnt this is the only hop where fourthread fine black woriled breeches pieces can he purchafed or Ibu day is price VIEW ofthe POLITICAL LIFE and TRANSACTIONS of a late Right COMMONER To which is A FULL of an invidious fuppnfed to be publifhed the fificlion of a very popular An ENQUIRY intothe CONDUCT of a latefcjght Printed for in Thofe genfltfmen that were owing to the rapidity of the fale on the fiift duy of may now be That nil foreign wrouglu iilk or or other work made which afer the of June hail be imported into this or into or whe ber the fame fhall be mixed or up with any other goud r or otherwite and the or other ma or upon rie iXmi ilial be mix or mde msv be md after con demnation fhall bfoi feited and the haber iudiiner or other dealer or maker of any of the faid in cul or the fani3 fliallbe found and for every piece or remnant of fuch foreign wrought filk or or other work mide which fliall be b ftized and found as for feit with colts of One maiety of all and forfeitures to be to the ufeof the Kinds tlic other moiety per Ton or perfons who hall Cue for the The proof where the goods were imnuracrured to lye upon the owner or or the ptrion fued or not upon the p aintiff or They alfo think neceffary to publifli the of tiie following by ji and 12 William for the more effectual employing the by encour aging the manufactures of this kingdom After the zgth of September no wrought of j the manufacture of or or i cailicoes or trained fhall be worn or otherwife uledin or the town of Berwick upon unlefs up and ufed in apparel or furniture before the zgth of September by George is extended to furniture made up before the 25111 of December And all fuch whether or made up for with any other or mate which hall befouml in nny ware or other place whatfoever other than Iuch warehouses as fnall ba approved by theCommiffioners of his Majeltys Cultoms lhall be and lia ble to bslearched for and And over and above the lofs ot the per or in whole knowing the feme hall he or j or that lhall or difpofs to any perfon other than for exportation and the fame be exported ac coiJlngly forfeit jthird of the faid pe and of what hall arile by the fale of tha goods which after condemnation to be fold for ex portation to beto the ufe of Majetty tlie other 2tiirds to fuch or who hall prolecute for the if any perlbn fhall iinpori any of the faid goods into any other than the port of or into tiie port of and not make due en tries befides the forfeiture of theTaid forfeit the fum of And that by to preferve and en courage the woollen and filk manufactures of this and for more etfcchially employing the by prohibiting the ufe and wear ofail or dyed houf hold furniture or none hall ufe OT wear in in any garment or and or dyed under the penalty of to the informer for every efftJlice fuch information to be made within fix days before a Judice of tlie The Mailer and Wardens of ttie faid Com pany give tint if any perfon or perfons will give or leave information with ilerk the faid at their Hall in Bafinghall of any offence againft the faid or ny of and the name of the informer to becon if defired fo at the offenders may be con vifted be paid TWISTY Dy the oa prices are printed in the and mrked in the firll leaf oi every An i the ial will the iftU and continue till all the Books are By BENJAMIN At Horaces in Fleet next wlu gives the utmoil value for any j Library Parcel of Catalogues may be had at the plac of fale and alfo of Pailmall in New Piccadilly Charingcrofs without Templebar and Richardfon and at Xoval Price It is probable theyTound it difHculi to reconcile the parijbfs wilkit the of the Church Wardenf and Overfeers of feveial parifhes fent in with a very commen datory addrefs to the Bench of injime thenext yearj tiie Grantl Jury viewed this College of and a honour bid that it was one of the beft and molt chari table works that has for thefe years been fet on All the pmfhes coniplyed with the or as the account very much but Clement whofe proportion being but chaige amount ed to per week more than they now pay for that reaicn did atjfolutly refufe to obey the order of the Qprur It is thai tle order was not founded en the Juftices poilffiiig no coercive and whether your parilh had higlief fentiiiibnts of liber ty than or but a mean optiioii of the JufH ces or cared or lets for their children than other it is certain they did not com with the order for ending in tluir qtioia wf fivt In conlequence of was an order of fef fions to examine into the late of the paiifh Infant Poor belonging to yovir Ad Sejjionei Pncis Dan Regis pro in Com die Liix die dutto Rfgni Kfgis Jacobi Semndi nunc Uc WHEREAS the Church and Overfeers of the Pooi of the iih of in this have been to attend this this prefent to hew how ninny poor chil dren of the faid they to He ap at the ofthe Mid for tlie pace cf yars lalt and their names as alfo the names of the perfons to whom they put them raid the places of thfir and what money tiuy gave with and what is now be come of the And have attended this but fave givou any account to this in the p re but defired time It is therefore thought ordered by this thht it and it is herbv recommended to Sir Knight John Thomas Efq Simon Efq Richard Efq and Peter Kfq his Majeltys Judices of the Pece of this or to any two or three of to canfe the foul Church and Overfeers cf the Poor of the fiid pi and fuch other perfans as they think conve nient to come Iafore and examine the faid officers and concerning the difpoial of faid parifli children for feven fears latt and what is now become of And the faid ces are hereby further defired to make a nport to this Court under their how they mail find the true itate of tfce and how they hall find the multerrcll of the pinCi j in the faid at the General SefTions of the to be held for this county next after Hiltarj now next by an order imck nt laft Ciniffjias Quarter it wns dedrtd and i referred to Sir thomas To tlie Efq and feveral other his Mnjeilyi Juilices T being an alnaoit univerfnl tkntwhen ji to examine what the paridi of Clemeat Danes have had undur their c irs fof even yeais and how of rlietn liave bcin J a hone of vaiue is either lick or tiie pro juieior knows Kot svhere to with any of alfvireil for the dumb animils on account of the grois ignorance of ihoic have too gtnuially obcruded thcinleives as pro perly qualified lor fuch an although quite Hraiioers both to the of a horle ur virtues of tiie remedies to be given inttrijily rap fXtenLTiy nor m the opeiatun when re can their ikiil be ii a more ad vanrageous 11 vw many luckuig cmlequeaccs aj e daily iten of tlitir indexftrouilj a whether tor the cure of any dUcaled or tor To put an end to ihiftoo juilly founded SNAPE has opened an Infirmary at oa the fol io vmg he will appear very one to be paid on fubfcrib entitles all fubicnbers ever after to thtir hoi firs into the and proper remetlies adminiltered at one guinea per y ar fur each payable on Ms he h of non lubfcribcrs treated and paid for according i tu their leipective SNAPE has kept a journal of the cured ami incurable hoiles under his care at Kingilon Bottam and Knightfbridge among which is one belonging to the Kcyal i4 auul deemed iacurabc by the molt eminent ot the faculty con tinued from the a6ih 01 March winch is kept at the Infirmary for fuch gentlemen who thufe ti in fptftt Attendance in Grofvenor IVleule from ten till and at the Infirmary from two till Medicines ready with full to be had on the fhorteit f3 lcr ike litters Jigntd 1 UBLI P and IN TELL1GENCE EXTRAOR To P H I L O P A U P ER I LETTER I if will by my with what zsal the Juftices of Middlefex were in for the prefervation of and the education of At the General Quarter Seflions of the Peace held in in April that the Juftices of that divifion allo confirmed what had been done in In the Mid dlefcxjuftices being very highly pleafed with this new creeled recommended to the everal Juf tices of the country divifions of the deiiring them to communicate the conveniencies thereof to the Church Wardens and Overfers of the Poor of the feveral divilious and that they mould end two out of every without the Bills of and fuch furtliei Dumber as they migbit think put forth charge the parilh Y hah been at with tiie and how many of them n jw in We the iaid julices do as THA T we infpeiled find that in the yer were a of the 89 J 16 found ail Aiid find that thre lutK been rvUed to the chrirg cf tlie paiifh in the foilwing fix ys in all of 51 are children laid in rind of thole 55 hath ben and that there are in being 32 of faid 55 A d we find1 that rernrins cf at the charge of tlie of which 13 are 58 And tlie of which 3 are In all We find that the officers have ex pended for nurfing thefe children in even ears laft And for binding forth In all And we further that they have given on extraordinary charges at their of which are for the All which we fubmit to this honourable Ibsmas Pter that feven years ago the parilh 89 and that have been no In all i gj Of thefe apprentices counted in there il left but 99 So that there are and in thefiil feven or never though paid for in their 105 that of 55 bound out apprentices jn thsie feven years lail which cofb the pariih there are only left And how many of the yi will lay to farve out their is to be enquired further that 51 of the no were Found all laid in the in lix years laft and lo tafce the name of Clement from the Were then In The firft year ot Ue injJi sr 2052
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