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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 23, 1766, London, Middlesex 7 S A T D A U G H A Y M A R KB By his T I the OPERA in the HA v on Monday the ajth will be Seiformed a called Kj I N G L E A Lear by BARRY j Jofanfon j Aickm Worths firtt time Davis j Hurft Primer Murdenj The LEE MGeorge Cattle 4 Keen Old Lewis Matthews 5 Second trentlumaa HAMILTON Worieyj Mifs Madenj D AN C E Boxes Firit Gallery Upper Gallery The pit and galleries to be opened at five the Vwes at To begin fI at A No perfon can be admitted behw are deiired to fend their at four Places to as of at the tittle Vivant Rex HUSBAND is obliged to be poftponed on account of the mdif pofitionofa principal performer i but will ibrmed oa Wedneway The MASTER ofthe CEREMONIES ATtheLONG onMonday the sth be performed A CONCERT of VOCAL and INSTRUMENTAL M U SI The vocal parts by Mifs Thomas and The firft with a by Bauiqgarten a baflbon concerto by Miller 5 hautboy con certo by Eiffert j a concerto by TO begin exattly at feviin After the Concert will be A B A L L Tickets five Vivant Rex efr Tickets tobjeind atPous near Leicetterfieldsj Pauls Pauls churchyard near the Royal Exchangci and at the It will bt moonlight A B tfW E G 4 R D N Sv mufeal entertaimnents will be continues Admittance one milling each The doors be opened at fire j and the nrafic IP begin There Will bea Fireworfc undW the doec By A U T H OR IT For theBenefit of T the NEW on Monday being the zjth of wilThe called The W O N D E A WOMAM KEEPS a Colonel Ackman j Baddetey BANWISTER Phillids 5 Smith 5 Love Mrs Godwin Love Mils Matthews by Signorand Signora Mift End of thePlay a Dance HE ART by Signpr and Signora and Mifs To which will be added T H O M A S and S A L L The MriFawcetj Kealberry Love Boxes451 Pit Gallery To begin exactly at feven Vivant Tickets and places to be had of at in and of Roger at the STATE L O T T E R YV Shares of and Jr Shares of are1 fold by HAZARD1 and at their under azzayf the Royal arid at their hdufe in Tickets and Shares regifterdd atfix pence per and the earlreft account of their ffeccefs fent to any part of Great Schemes of the Lottery gjven gratisj and letters paid duly Tour blanks to beginsdmwinff on Monday the of All kinas of Government Securities bought an I fold by ntiettunll be The SECOND of BTS ifwiouflypkafed to appwint jointly with Lord to be matter rf the Forcev nky feat in parliament is thereby became vacant i tbtrefore humbly intrtat tie honour of your vote and iatefeft at the next alluring you of my fteady attachment tp tfce laws agdr iiberties of ray grawful attenti fi td the buftriefi4 and profperity of my who upon fo many fuch an affectionate regard to Tfcteir nvpft gnd Moft obliged bumble D I The mtffartune Shave met with in breaking my IA I my excufe for not making a jt N isi P A L LVG A R by is bttngacolleftionof performed at Vauxhall with the eaiid fungbyMifs mpoled by Pnce 5s uted In a more concife manner ing fo that a trduble the inftruroental parts is thing material is contained in part of S favourite c This than any fome fco ye All or wilt be punctually difcharged ifpoftpajd and the price of the book or books left wfth Mils at the China in the Covent vwhere by the authors appointment books will be as likewife at Vauxhall and the mnfic bit day A CATALOGUE of theentire LIBRARIES of the SAMUEL Archdeacon ot lately deceafed of a Barrifter at retired front Praciice and of fevcral other valuable Parcels of Which make togetlur a fine in almefteveryclars of and in moft of ancient and modtrn many of the Books are inelegant and curious The prices are printed in the and marked in the firft leaT Of every Ami the will begin the and continue till all the Books are By B N J A M I N W H I T At Horaces in Fleet next who gives the utmoft valus for any Lilnaryor Parcel o Books Catalogties may be hatdat thft place of fale and alfo of PaHiiMH j in New Piccadilly without iip if n LJ JLJ v A i w y x A SHORT VtEW of the POLITieAL LIFE arid TRANSACTIONS of a late Ritht COMMONER To is A FULL REFUTATION of an invidious fuppoted to be under the fanction of a very populaj An Y into the of a late Right And a in to a virulent EXAMINATION Dittintereljediiefs of a lates Rigkt Printed for in in the twp Printed for Tyjiuar an Strand j in rallmaUj dPatjrnoJler in The New SATIRIC At H E C I PI C Will certainly be pubjijhed next N s N Templebar afta leCBich3rdfoivand at the Royal for the fear in of THE Prints for DavrsWa over Printers to the Royal whom may be i An Abrl Jgemsnt of the Philotbphical Tranf fronV the Beginnwg ia to by and btj in 1 1 and completed to the brefeat Tinie Philbfophical ini4 voL all Birchs Supplemint to the 5 many large ill the wftfiwwere never before publiftied Vkh a mort of the raofteoMueatMenbera A 4tOj price A CoHcffidfi w upon a makes the mortality88 per ages not As to the thfy mean the delivery of the child to the after ilje has been with it a month or fix weeks the and nothing Wenmft fuppofe that fome of thefe furvifingchfl dren pad we ufually call the dangerous part of when they were received into the Work as the above mortality is 183 chil dren it can hardly be fuppofed that the 168 remaining alive at the end of a quarter part would be found fo at the end of 1756 but if we can fuppoie that any considerable number of thefe were pall the dangerous part of and that of them would be alive in four years then we muft call the number fuppofed to be 7 toL 8 years deducting who ftand from 1339 born and there remaiflf of which number 84 is6 a jds Still we might juftjy 9omplainof the oL our if aPreferenceis made to the pmrifli and not three hundred of fuch jn fants are found to be we ftitl more if we mould find a Tingle child of the 1165 hall we not be llruck dumb with horror We feefhit Liike Lam Jamess the difcharged and dead ballance the born ajidreceived fo that By this GiJess had 3 per cent alive and Andrew above and Martin in the Fields 4 J per It is very tafy to conceive how fliort a might even by the retovm did fa won regard to of chil ent irtto the for rinte iinrne before I it acknowledged fhat this parifli wrf hot Icnown to rear a tingle if this be the or in any degree like with regard to itveral parifties to this for very few yet imitate the conduct of Martins are we not called upon by Heavenand Earrtt td feek fo dreadful a in a hteral fweeps off of our To in my whit the zeal of one old principle was did arid all who were concerned with it was a great misfortune that the thing was not even attempted in the only manner that could anfwer the ends in Withinrthefe fortyyears feveral pariihes have ob tained of chiefly with a view to ex clude thofe perfons who were wont to abufe the power vefted in them and to introduce into paro chial men of fuperior raink and whofe education and experience might enable them to and whofe fortunes placed them above all temptations to any practices injurious to the thefe had no direft aad the Infant as they do not oblige perfons under the defcription abovementioned to officiate in parochial nor impble any fuch decliningthe oifficeas an object to avoid the power naturally reverts into the fame hands as fome few pa riihes The general drift of the antient Peers would fully anfwer the purpofe if it could be exe cuted with and with a zealous and fmcere intention to preferve this clafs of ourfellow cifiiens who are thusdiftrefledj and withowtfuch intention reduced to what can be expected Nothing is governed by From the time the Foundling for fo we may cnll began to receive children qri the con tracted plan I have it was ten Ihad an opportunity had for feveral from 1750 to and I Dif main char alive in 5 36 53 I am1 willing totharge the the account of which has countenanced a ra ther than fay thafe who continued the cuftomwere Several parifhes are already much mended and at to theauthorgcf rite they are thf wnich are loft in a If jgf muft call on dftixy an authentic of therf parifh from their and placed out thefe ven ty or eighty years as longa time as they can produce and we hall then fee what kind of evidence it will pe for or aigainft the orgettjng puj orrbws for a for the lofs of fo many of our let us haften to fideratidn of the Jubilee the epo qhaill tlieft when they were to have as fair of as the governors of the Found ling flTe at the breaking of laft French wailed theiH to tliat by opening the of that hofpital for an iiidifcriminate recep fhouM great numberdf fo for recruit ttte the friie object was ftill overlooked By being blended with the king dom at the peculiar energy which tire law might have had to preferve were in fueh diftrefs within the bills of was in dangsr j of bing the moment they were blended others in the plain was threatened A general expence for a locai might have been objected to an gation on the parifhes to pay for each cjiild they and a requifitionto fend their children would been fubjectto The true object being again feveral evils fprang up immediately from the humanity of the legifla Infants dyyig at the rate of only 14 Or 16 in in vilagts oraoo milea were in a manner too fliamefulf to take their fortune with thofe who had died Stjourdoors by 70 or 80 in in one The cfonfequences of bringing infants from fuch diftances the temptation thrown in the way of pa rents to defprt their chMNtrtn the parifh officer to force the child from thi the weeping mo isjiotfo terrible an objeSj in this Atniay be Some women having their own their as nurfw s fame it weaned their child and 4 Irong young wo man fometimes fuckles two childrefl I fore they pften attempt it and fome are adepts To improve and inftruct women in methods of dry where the breaft csnijot be cirLiiMftance of the greateft it pnly for the fake of thefe B4s Of Moitality infants But let a woman be ever fo great a profici me fhould riot be tjufted with above two af a time of under eigjircen Jior wHh above three others of any ConfidefatToH fliould be alfo had to afllftants who are about 6er f the place as to air i the habitation as to the cbnvenicucy Ae patfetlet and ifa price U given her for each ch Jiotbing of kind will be out Ojf her But if you wit givr vrvmah any number of and pay cnly a I make no drubt but you will find but the children will die in her I once heard a ingenious on this fub fays my a womrn is a gvoott vvo will do as well a and ii lie is noc a good ito price itippoTewswere to tell a if you are a tem perate aiid content yourtejf wiili and three pence a will do for you well anclif you are uot will not avail yon r What wouid he Would he think1 you were wo th fightifig when cOtnfuon labottf is worth to a The Governors of the Holpjtal might be foinetimts iiiTOofed on a preiending to fuckle a and give k no milk her 6r a very fcanty ThVy fent children to nurfe 10 to 40 miles upon the plan of indifcriminue were fo grtst but ftill i hey have reared one in or 33 iri 100 and if fuch care and as coinivoa hu manity anS for levying parifh rates rendeis there be no doubt Provide as it does tne The evils which fpihng froiii reception fuch as muied the Houfe ia farther fupplies tf public than fiwli as Aould neceffary for the fupport and the children who migfit be alive at the Thus errded rhits Born and Middjefex GiHs J Georjge the Martin in 188 SS ate at deter to alfow no baoly ever will Tie in tliis ctjuritry But I truft a more fortunate one will lucceed ir ithout Tiny to the public What are r will continue to inform your very i A T jhouU be gtaAtc pendent but nvhtn the conliru tion a fute may have a tendency to deprive any pert of bis we hdpe e will admit of ittr pitting aft c HE Earl of to to 66 Z18 57 30 18 S 8 9 7 Silfs tvithiSWiE BotoJpR without 76 53 aj 39 19 18 iog 131 61 16 57 3J 161 103 58 I077 ther fo fear it fhould bt parifh father to to the hofpital at air events and infirnilar cafes of had before this timeufuaJly being noW thefe from an iBdjfcriminate made it very that we were one hattd whilit we built up with the ther and thati of doing with refpect to the we fhall be again obliged to abindon VhJ infant poor of the Bills Bsfides the difficuttjfjtf ebtainiKg a fufficient numberfof good and ablenurfes for fuch a multitude of children brought from vas very obvi Provilion might decently for 1500 but 4006annuallycrowded in on thebacks of each was oppreJBjke to the hu think to be donein a proper Thofewhb infer from hence that this proceed no better with the pariihes will ftiil all6w that 53 will be which is tea as mofl of the parjfties as the erent prbvesin the moft 7 Astftthe great article of it ought to be tlpt in 1765 no Itis 1795 pa rirti infants exceeded the of fix as ap pears vlponihe face of the Abftract not withftajiding the mortality of them is fo great may juftly that thofe who apply to relief do not all brings children at the and we may alfo conclude that the diftrefs for wet though great fo new thefe vaft ci j tder to uinke tne author DOUBLE We are that great intereft 15 making with Firft Lfqof the to spjace they under the late chairman as k is tO lie tliat cag be that great adviies with one or other of whQ have been fuppofed to have knawji more than all the It is currently that one of the private Secretaries to greit L has plajejl his owds fo during bit three as haveput 15 or L p N We hearjhe Right Lord Wejniouth is ex pectedtinWwli everyhour his feat it to be appointed to poft in George Efq fet wfeare fome time the begjnhing September for at which go far from beingfeUftcf tothe Court 4f Madrid What gave rife t0 f hflreport of k greaf Lord and a Cbrrim that r the new adminiftr not Accept of a Kight Far whom dangeijduffy 5H at his feat at Yvimblttoii Was jrf r1 ot r Sir laft from have entiiely completed the feme which they It that prooi legiil pioceedings of the Newfoundlant hnveltecn received coTitsiring MHstibP thir various flcrtmenrs Carriedoveiron purpofe to trade with his Majeftys J hejil write fromSavanna in the Gcverhcr Kad figned an crdeicf the pro hibiring the further exportation of rice tothe South ern maikets for ftree Letters from Rome ad vice of the deathol Cardinal Biftrtptff year of his age which a feurtetttti hat a the Swered
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