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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 8, 1766, London, Middlesex M O N t AY SEP T E M 11 A R K 3y f AH Tf H t A R R E The laft week of thtf playing this By hiT M JL V AT in the HA V THIS the 8th of will be performed The by Mr B A R R Y j f Aickin LEE appearance in that character Netenj Matthews Mafter Palmer MGeorge j Woriey Mdhiftua by To which will be MISS INKER T K Fribble with a mchafaaer MGwrge Palmer Dayis Qjuck j r bv Q I L P Gallery Upper Gallery The pit and gafleriei to be opened at five the to begin exaSly at No perfon can be admitted behind the Ladies fend their fervantsat four io keep Plata U be taken as of at the Little Vtvaot The CONSCIOUS LOVERS With The MAYOR of M A R Y B O N E GARDE N Evening mil be a CONCERT of VOCAL and iNSTRpMBJiTAL MUSIC jwth a NEW by Curasao The doors to be opened at aijul the Mufic begin about Admittance one fltiUing each rickets delivered by Mite D tvis wilt be taken ft NfaSefty having been pleafed ttt appoint me jointly with Lord to be matter of the FWrcefc joy feat in parliament is become vacant i therefore humbly intteat oat ef intereft at the next i aruriBgyaiiof my fteady attachment to nd UbertiH rir and of my attention to the and of toy who upoiifo ftewn Aicb an aegard Their moft and Tfcc misfemmtl have met wrtb fe jay jiead my excufe for not making ftMtat at off under prune by order of the HEKRT SHBP and the corner fine 5 21 E bees rcade through I various with the Misfortunes of me dflbreflied Sogrievous A csiamuyjCtlw moittoctennye of the kind that has befallen any part of he Britiflt dominions finea the fire Loodoft could aitof exciting coinpaflion The BBhKpty haw already eiwenenced ettecfo the number generolity o benevolent perions who contributed their The foWcriptions and donatioas to ainounted to froai to 47th there has befidei a lottery AH accovuit ef the formfr has already been the partit culars of the latter will appear in a Hit below for fincereft thanks are on behalf of the diftant The the eoniributionj at prefcnt is there fore afum iCconfidfred in Arongly charafteriilkal of national j but yieWed in the relation it bears tb the general lofc of or to tie number of individuals reduced affluence to the profpeft is ftill co a melancholy Indeed k feems to be lefs neceSary to the continuance 4f the public favour than it was to fblicit it at It arty b proper to that JOBO of the money in tht was ordered by the con xributors to be feat immeaiately to there be diftributed by gentlemen of character on the amongit thofcperfons who had been reduced poverty by the ore is already the reft will be carried by a fliip that ft on the point of Thefe fuws are jtfDonations continue to he taken and will be thankfully at the following bankers and PaJlmall j ChiH and Templebar i Sir Jofepfa Hankey and Sir Charles AJgill and Sir Glyn and Halifax Browns and Fuller and Lee and Efq Efq j4 William Efq 330 Robert Elq 10 io o Samuel ai o Abraham and Le Meflurier 50 o o James Bogle French 550 i i o The Spendelow 2 z o io o o A Lady by S ao o o FNunes jo o o William a z o io 6 John Martin and 5 o John Yarbury 550 Sarah of Shad well i i o Cawley Efq of Chichefter Lee and Ay tons by Nathaniel Weekes draft on Charles Elq at Barba payable to Elq for 25 o James Woodbridge and Henry Hilton der Firm John Woodbridge and 41 o Charles at Bearquay 10 io James Efq 31 io The Worihipful the Apothecaries Com o James Scott o e S o I0 Davey and Grove 50 o Ann Ridley xo ia Efq 100 o T Wifliam Gontm Richard Gonim The Worftijpful the Brewers Company A perfon unknown Roycroft The Right Hon the Earl of Radsor The Worihipful the Go Jfmiths Company 100 A perfbn unknown for t t I A perfon unknown o io 5 3 A Lady per Hoare and so o e Thomas Stoneftreet ao o John Shettle ia to John Rogers a A Lady a Richard Plimpton 0 io A perfon by 3 3 and Frazer 21 o and Defchamps 55 and Bowftead j 5 Kichard and Thomas 21 o H Samuel Johnfon i The Right the Earl of by Governor Pinfold Harry John Smith of Bath Sir Jofeph Hankey and Richard Andrew Elq Hinde and Cock Akernun and Scrivener William Cloutman Joka Efq 2 z o Jofeph Higtimore 550 Far tit letters ftgnel THINKING rious Word of A Heceipt for the tap io Gabrief Nicholls Efqj John a The Nevil Maikelyne Sir Stephen Jlowlaad Efgj John Street D Taylor and John Randall Randall William Willjanu and Sun John Efqj ThoniasLawton Peter Efq Manduit Wright and A perfon unknown The Humphrey Duacan MacUne William Scullard Jofeph Jofeph i homas Fiy 5 5 i i i o io 6 6 15 15 o o O JO IO 10 5 5 TOO O I i e 1 1 y tj of Tuttbiidgewells 21 i i i 21 O IO O 100 o 10 10 30 o ZQ O I 1 I I a a a 3 11 o ic o IO jO 20 o 5 3 a o 5 5 o 10 5 5 5 S 50 o o a 10 io IO IO O z o 20 o 5 5 a io to 21 O 35 O IOO O 10 O zo o o e O O o 3 o 6 o o o o 6 o o o 6 o o o o o o o O 6 4 o o o o o 6 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 3 Ttis Day is guinea in bound which completes the Work of A NEW ABRIDGEMENT of the LAW With an Alphabetical Index to the London Prrnted by his Majefty8 for Worrall and Hawes and and 4 NEW This dty are By in A NEW the and with many additions of tpHE HISTORY of the MINORITY during the years and Ex hibiting the and views of that Pricj or Cy The very and almoft fingular fuccefs whkh this book hath already met is ftrongeft and bed teftimafiy of its It has more over been Iranflatcd in and other nations in as as it much peadand An ENQUUY into the CONDUCT ef a Late Right Honourable particularly in regard to Ibme late his new connections and With an Accountof a late The nfth Price AnEXAMIN ATION e thePRJNCPLES andbonfted of a Late Right Honourable In a Letter from an old Man of The PRECIPICE A latirical new Pwce PYNSKNTS GHOST toa Late ThV fecond Price Thefe four lalt are upon the fubkct of thp lattminilterial of the CHANGES in J75f im parcially examined and the reaions for fome great men rei and others accepting the offers or the Court at that The fourth Price Two f JIOTESTS ajainft the Repeal of Ame rican Stamp Aft together whh Lifts of the Mino upon that in both Houfes of Parlia Price only A CoLLFCfroN of the mod INTERESTING TRACTS which were larely publUhed in England and oothe of TAXIKG the AMERl and RIOULATING their fntMio Price Tije whole f s a feries oi during the iat aaj Sild ao by in Paternoller row t roU and at York j andkilothei bock u iOWa and To the PRINTER of the N all caCes of public diftrefs where the calamity borders on an illimitable it is a duty in ditpenfably required at the cler but more efpecially thofe of dignified as well from the of their the elevation of their to take the earlieft lead in patronizing the and to be peculiarly ex emplary in the exertion of their Rarely was there ever known an inftance to the contrary in the firrt ages of when the principles and the profeflbrs went hand in hand together and eVcn in fpme later we find the Clergy in terefting themfelves in fundry temporal eventually productive of the public good Taflcs no ways unbecoming the Ambaltadors of and highly worthy the fpirited imitation of modern I Epifcopal example in fome may notj unjuftly be confidered as the dar of or national depravity j but in Great where the Gofyel is tranilateil in the vulgar the observation is groundlefs for every layman has an opportunity not only to be in in his own but to fee the duty like wile required of which opens new trea fures of and encourages an example in dependent of ecclefiarlical influence once notori oufly infamoufly Cenfures on any of the members of this refpec tabe body of though they flieuld be ever fo are attended with many great and inanifeft evils epifcopal even in this is indubitably neceflary is abiblutily ex We look vpon their alms as a tax i which diftrefs hath a right to and we confider their morals as the enfighs of their Being pa trons of the church we are led to believe them pa trons of mankind roo an rt the more exalted in their a larger tfiare of Chriftian virtues is fuggsft ed to center in the Tinee the refor hath always had a fett ef worthy and the merit of the prefent bench is not inferior to the molt confpicuous period of Disetfan From airtmpartial of this admit ted I am led to exprefs a in not fee on the lift of fubfcribers for ihe fuffererj of the late fire at BRIDGE which les be fore a fingle Most REVEREND FATHER TN anypart of the fubfcrip which unulual fulpenfion cf their well known I can conftrue in no otlier tlian that pf their preparing donations in propoition to their oraredeeply contrjving fame pariiamen tary relief that may be fuitable to neccffity of fo fevere a Great fouls delight in great actions and as there is a continued of uniform rectitude in all they io thereisaeer tain dignity in all rhey Their in are not becaufe they are weighty and their example it becaufe their views are To do getiiel they with fuch facrificts A certain worthy Bifliop in the made a propofal in one f the to oWige every prefsnt and future Member of that holy to pay a proportionable juota out of their refpective falaries into a nominated for the in tention of all charitable ufes but mere for the benefit of thole who fliould fuftain any da mages from or Whe this eftabliflied or my memory at prefent cannot determine but be that as it author told it was introduced on the profpect of the and too worldlymin ded principles then creeping Into the Pity it that we had not a law to fome fuch effect in this and not confined to the Lords Spiritual but to extend to every per fon who holds any lucrative poft under the govern ment arid was fuch alaw happy enough to take it would not cny illuminate our annals as a of the very firft magnitude of legifla tive but it would alfo eternize the reign of GEORDE THE to lateft That fuch an act is no man will deny and and that it may foon let every man be zealous in the the obtaining None areexempted from cafualties j and the very wealthieft of us may be reduced to a ftate of beggary in a few Too many our unhappy fellow ef BARBA DOES are now ftriking examples of the Aidden vicif fitudeof human affairs Our poflcflions are as fleet ing our days as pwMhable as our frame Let then no man boaft in the ftrengtli of his nor flatter himfelf in being placed above the reach of Numbers of the people we now fpeak never entertaineda thought of their one day wanting that very charity whiclrthey themfelves 1 were accuftomed to beftow and the more I examine into their from the feveral accounts laid be fpre the more I am induced to Ibllicit the pub lic attention by a continuance of my correfpon which would have been had I not feen how daily engaged every pa per wns in communicating the icntiments of turbulent alike dilhcnrurabie to the liberty of the and totally to the coniide rate partof your judicious D A M U j received t Amor Eng lilhman Phil6 Chatham A Conftant Reader Old Lover of Good To P H I P ArU P IE R I LITTLER AF T E It the Act for the Regifter of the infant Poor was pafled in it might well be a queftion in would look to the execution of Tqu are all Isws ia need of fpme peculiar to inform Legi ffators if there is any violation of them Vulgar pre in this land of libertyj Jeem tooppoie thic though it is to and it becomes the duty of thofe think and in to feejuftice done to eveiy dual with an equal to trample down thofe prejudices which are enem es to the common tft In the cafe before there is an fiftable demand on the parties injured bet ing utterly incapable of making any other complaint than their aretfeldom heard or undep It is that in our every Member of the Legiflature is foppofed toobferte what is pafling in the theGune as otitr pri vate But if an act is net of a nature to ejfeft the norconcerns any private if ter eft or con venience if it creates no new noraffordaoc ctfion any parade in the executive is there not room le fufpect it may eaiily become a dead let ter t Parochial tranftttions give evidence to me lancholy truth day I mean where thweare acts of parliament for particular Biu if an aft combats a cvirtefti growR foimidabie by length tirae j if legal derived is pleaded for the very neglect of the intenticn of an act to correct the t when we come to B our prefent and lay it before tl I hope we hall hot hjar the of the ge neral Poors law the the particular act in favour of the infant I have given reafiins for my cdnduit in tk refpeft in my letter bat in the hiltorical order of I flionld have mrbrnjed you in mv that with a yiew to leave HP immediatsly after the Act for the pa I wrote a pam phlet at the and addrefled it to churchwardens and overfed s of the One particular whofe and Directors are for the voft part much lupe received it groat politencfs and and adopted feverai of contained but t I doubt if boaft of the f fame know there is ftich a pamphlet ex I mention it now as an anecdote to have its place and as an argument how much fome of the pariihes itand in need of ihe moft power ful So far as I could as a friend to theft I have earneftly endeavoured to accoraplifh the end ia view and I continue to hope that every true and fincere lover of whofe ears the labjeft ftiall will join in fo good juft a In regard to thebofpitalsof Ackworth and bury belonging and under the direction pf the Foundling Holpital Li it is a ftrcng argu for leaving them in the hands of the Corpora tion of the in tvdare yet young and unpractiied in what manner m act belt fo as to preferve the lives and educate any confiderable num ber of orphans under one direction and government in the cafebefore uij much more are we ignorant or unpractiled in the art of preferving intaots in the parimts in under many direction there fore I would not part with either of thofe hofpital more than I would wantonly offend an ally whilft it W3D doubtful whether I might not ftand in need of his 1 am not at the fame time for giving hafpital cation fuch a diftingniihed preference as fcme con tend for who appear to have contracted corporation and a for their origins conceits On the if a child is known in his neigh and become an object of rts frequently happens in the in the whether among mechanics or huf or any fbber la bouring people if thefe have few or no children of their or have put them into the world in fuch cafes to remove an orphan fronTa place where there is a fair chance of gaining a though it be a poor in my is defeating the kind nefs of Providence it is not injurious to the and in the tflue huitful to the Were the hofpitnl fupe rior to what it canreafoiably be it gains no connections of this kind and tho they often produce as wsll as are the vital fpringspf human Circumuancegjudiciouflyand impartially examined muft then determine a cafe of this and the rale of judging muft be founded in the reafon of which God in his wifdom has beft Yet there are inftances in the Pealant ap proaches too rear the ftate of a fo that it would be no kindneft to the child or to the truft him with In the cafe of the it has long appeared to me that the bias has been on the other and lias occalioned the removal of fe veral children to hofpitals wfco were in a better fitun uon What has added to fome pa and more parilh have occafionally made oppofition to a labouring mans taking one of thefe children as an from ihepoflibiiity of its Iwccming a ptupei In the general view of good and this condihS of the officer ap pears impolitic and and aa arbitrary cdn itruction of The rule of I apprehend to ba ifanvm or woman are earning their though by the fweat of their brows i have bred up children of their own if they may probably hvt fo long as to fee the child old encugh to get bread in any other in cafe of which may be foon done what mure is Though I fay teiuUrncfs is not to be indulged merely
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