Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser, September 10, 1766

Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser

September 10, 1766

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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 10, 1766, London, Middlesex and Pfew Baity WED N S S D A S E P T E M B fe k M 700 AY MAR K the playing V MAJJBiT C o M P A H QPEKA the HAY jothof will be NICE P R B S ER V E Jaffior A R R Y WdNtotaM Palmer j Re 8trk j by LEE Murden Keen Quick Netfon jlefoi tfrild Francis Bejfiiera by To which will be CHEATS of S C A P I The by S H U T E i Galterv Upper Gallery pit and galleries to be evened at five the No perfon can be admitted behind the Ladies are defired to fend their ervantt at four to Places to be as of at the Little Vivant Rex By A U T H O R I T The laft Saturday of For the Benefit of AT the on Satoiday being the i jth of will be prefented a called LOVE MAN The FOPS alias Don De De Banttter Kealberry Phillips IHbdin Don Ackmanj BrJtnlby Fawcett j tove j Smith jDpn alias by BaddeleyV BADDELEYj Godjttttj Mifs Pearee By particular BADDELEY will ent the audience with the following Songs End of Aft A Fnvourite New fet by and fiing liy Mils Brent at Vawhall End of Act Vain is Beautys Gaudy from the End of the Dancing by Signor GIORGI and To which will never performed there A New Comic called D A F H N E and A M I N T O Pertarmed kUtTeaman at JKbdinj Stephens j tHtb fl To bejjiii exactly at fcven Vivant Rex to be bad of at UfcV SB Richmond j and of where placet for the f TJFIS MajttffcMinf been pleafed to tX appoint me jjwntly with Lord Jo be Faymatter of the ray feat parliament is thereby become vacant f I thygforc fcwnbly intreat the honour of your tire next affurlng you of attachment to the laws and W Ud of my grateful atuauon to and proiperity of ffly who upon fo Tiauy IhewndSicb aa regard to Their and Moftobtiged humble GEORXJB The mkfbrttttt I have met with in breaking my I plead my excufe for not making a perfoail apfficatton This dMis price THE CHARTER granted the Tenth of King WILLIAM to the EAST INDIA COM PANY of ENGLAND in the year For thettadoubted CURE of the SCURVY and all erup clre SSENCE of who are fo happy to will be conrinced that there can fcarce an equally aadeJegtnt ctois for and all fcorbuiic From uncommonly gentle opentioA on the it will not fuffer the ieaft impurity to remain therein in tke moft furpriiing becaufe infallibla manner it Ib as never to the deepeft leprofy and fcurvy that humanuature was everaflUded wich well as the moft inve terate old ulcers obftinate in3amma tions pirrfpled and cutaneous complaints of kiad 4eavng the blood as the as the heakhieft newborn babe in Any fiwiher particulare if thought ne eeffary majr be and the adviceofaikiiful furgeon Uruhout the lea ft adduienal CK by spptyiiigarrjr forenoon from 9 to t6 at his houfe his trte door jn Bloomlbwy j where CfwEffeHce sf Miherals is Told in bottles of wrapped in bythean thors appointment j it is fold alfoat book on sod at in Letters if poftpaid To r letter I fuggefted the JKceflity of fomecare to provide i agaiftft the evils srifing from bath i from the lofs of many i valuable lives j To thefe i may add which is j the f the fettralefex from making ntedTary efpecially to whom it would be at the and from their con acevue in every and wJgBijMt fenced perfons iqgng their lives by bathing in places iwapacity this healthy of thi lower they were unacquainted Or where perhaps the torrent was fo to carry them beyond the reach of afllftancei Tothink of preventing thefe accidents by prohi bitionsi would be Prefumption is the conftant fhadow of inexperience and to refrain thofe who are under its is in my opi by any other means than by providing a me thod of gratifying the inclination without If the following fketch feems conducive to this and at the fame time to prohibit effectually the hockingoutrages upon and the reverence due to the femaje give it a place in the Gazet where it will be read by many and if it de ferves be confidered by thofe whs have it in their and if they are be interefted in Its I would have proper bathing places provided at the public within the bills of for both to which they mould repair at all and be admitted for the moft trifling It feems to me hot impracticable to contrive floating not very on each fide of the at convenient dttkinces from each fome for die men and others for the women with proper at a very low every perfon mould have the privilege of bathing at any hour they thought paying only or a or even if for the privilege to the perfons err trulted with the care of thefe for their fup port or to keep every thing in due In the feveral places frequented by perfons in tending to at in Hackney hi fome large proper places adjoining to the New let the like be and be put under general with orders to re gulate thefe as they hall fee ccraon direct new abolifh experience In this manner might many lives be the public health and cleanlinefs and many ihocking fpfftacles be as the commiflio ners fliould be impowered to prohibit under fevere any peifon from bathing publicly but in the places As I fufpeit that by this I may have tref pailed too much on your and prevtnted the appearanceof fome frefli abufe on a perfon who little deferves it at our I fhall rererve fome farther remarks on this fubjeft to another opportu and conclude with wifhing our fuperiors ftea and ourfelves more fen Te and Letters received HanwayV twelfth and tbirttiottb to Philo Pauperis Triltitius Publicus Mertator A Menetvius Agrippa ir come to and will have a place to To the PRINTER of the in your paper of the is pleafed to fay in his observations upon Mene nius 4t That Pitt defervedais laurels but fays ought to that after his friend had declined giving his fanftion to our we had declared war againft a new and were fortunate enough to conquer and the IrLaconicus means to that Pitt really delerved his it is an unlucky circumftance upon bis character as an that whilft he is fa much in favour of he fliouldj in the fame infinuate any thing tending to leflen thofc not confiftent with Itis plain he wants to placethe la that is due for the conqueft of Martini upon the head of the fuc ceeding administration I will btg through your to inform that attlsough Maitinico was capitulated after Pitt had foucu it ncceflary to his reputation to refign the yet the conqueft was a laurel equally due his wifdom aa if it had been effected prior to The plan this expedition was fully matured fo early as the i ionth uf May 1761 jsSctd as a proof of I can 4iTure that fome of the ihips of and all the transports neceflafy to its actually failed from England the ginning of Atrguft When I nave furthar brought to that Pitt did not fjgn till two months I be at a lofs to determine to the me rit of the ought to be This chronological faft may allb ierve as an anfwer to what HoBorius is pleafed to in a immediately following Laconic us iu your His thar Martinico was by our Great Guide neglected for the conqueft of Beiliile rhat the former was never again attempted during the Great Commoners The fays failed from EnglanrT fome time after his His that he had planned the and made all necef fary preparations for it with their ufual afcribed all the merit of that con queft their mean to laugh at the friends of for doing him juftice It is the charafteriftic of modefty juftice where it is and the merit of the conqueft in queftion being honeftly due to founded on the anecdote infilled upon in the anfwer to it would reflect dishonour to his friend not to afcribe it I beg to aflc Honorius more queftion which upon what argument he blends the expedition of Martinioo with that of and afferts that the former was neglefted for the latter It has been that Martinico was not neglected by Pitt i Oa tke that the expedition was ac all nMtfJary for it To far tfiat the fleet had failed under his au But ID return to the fubject that leads me to 1 afk why h afferts that the expedition to Martinico was neglected for that of I lufpect that Honorius is not acquainted that the two iflands lay in different parts of the confe quently thatthe feafohs of attackmuftbealfo If he had known he would have called to that the fpring the year was beft adapted to the fituation of Bellifle 5 the winter months to of Happy for this country that our Great Guide was better informed by which the feafons for the two operations were fo wifely calculated and the eVent fully juftined the rectitude of his Bellifle capitulated early in June 1781 j Martinico in February FRIEND TO MENENIUS Pitt refigned the feals gth To a FRIEND in the Epijlle the WHAT a pox can thefe fmattering newsmong ers mean Do they think that a Lord cares a loufe for their fpleen Ill bett them a that collect all their They cannot a Coronets Tis a it be faucy to And that is the reafon I fend you thefe When the Stuarts vouchfatd tobettride us fome Our bodies fuftaind a fmall fmatclrof the times But a touch of the man his Drove away the in a to the Poor batan had then but a ferry And had better by half dont you think kept his diiiancej When deep running that made mortals Were by die molt gracious Kingr to Old Since thofe bleffed tho our marrow may For a fore of the foul a Tpecific weve got j For all patriot complaints that are apt to break In the form of a a doubt For all wind in the impatient fur That grumbling round Weftminfter formerly Fuli of idle furrnifes that Minifters Our and to ferve their own end Let with beg leave to A By THE KINGS PATEN brighten his And make fuch miraculous virtue is in it The patient as mute as a in a For purging off and calming the For whateer fcurvy iflanders thinks gives A String and a Star are fine things to Mot with Tincture of Can to fuch the laft hour of age Or diftufe fuch a the ancients all That Start gave each rhortalotcurrence its When I rambled in had been With the Afs nor the Elephant God blefs the Q I or affected to laugh at a And theoght of a as I think of the Game As for a lawcoop to be Would be jult like ihsferce nature I raild at as the fable books Becaufe that the grapes grew all out of my But time teaches notions adieu Ive too to my been acquainted with you With an I was honoured to Who my Lord Mayor loves a pipe and a Then he as that your friend by de grees The fift of a Lord Mayor of London may 0 Sir for the pen of an Elkanah defcribehowlm put all at once on my Panegyricks Ill at leaft two in a And never more deign to eat tripe or what a ftory totell how my parents will To hear their dear boy is fo great with the Mayor But he always went hugely to work with his And to Cockers Arithmetic great liking In by my to get houfe and 1 as the faying yours to To the PRINTER of the AS I am one of the unhappy fcfferers by the un fortunate loft of the and I am induced to give great attention every thing I fee in the papers relative thereto 5 but obferving a paragraph in your paper of Saturday which What is fafd in the papers relative to the revival of theAatigailifaa cannot be I muft now take upon me to tke author of it has what he in reality knows nothing of 5 to my the gentlemen who have always been the managers for at the inltance of the toncirned in are now preparing once more to make an application to his Majefty for fome it is will have tbefanaiou of a noble now in who ever commiferated our unhappy I have read alfo feveral relative to this with which the author appears to be very well acquainted anxl well he or any one elfe who has read our printed cafe to which I mall refer His tor a hittory of mocking to human na and the ear of every honeft man i wliich cafe has been proved by the of our late Gmful vnAVietConful at Cadiz and if ever called upon by my I am ready and willing to prove L well know every as I was a principal officer on board that I went and applied to the Court of MADRID for but none there could be found I afterwards fought it alas none as I was prefect when the moft acts of and in fults upon our committed when our fea men were molt wantonly and cmieiij cold blood j when our crew were in a ciofe the colours torn from trampled and fifed upon our fliip and prize feizcd and token from us j our Captain draggedby aguardoffol put of our CONSULS houfe by the lawof till then ever held facre to the fame hattfime prifon with the reft aud at when obliged to rfcafe on one 01 our men of then in the harbour after was with the remains of our trave and tmforJwatt and follow him from in an open to an having come from theCfcsrf nf to detain me as an hoftage for Captain for the pretended da mages of twenty thoufand pounds liie had All this I and am forry lo havefeen it pals to the great dishonour of the BRITISH Thefe are and although a peace has been yet as tlieffair of the MANILLA ran fom is an injury now complained and renewed by why may not the fpirit of the Brittfb nation be revived in regard to the As it is notorious the Spaniards have fit it broken through the laft treaty of by not paying off that ran fom j why may not we alfo and fatisfafriex for the AnTfCALLiCATand pr JOHiN To the PRINTER of the IN anfvter to your crorefyondents from inferred in your lat Fridays who afks by whom the liberty ot r hootingGame in and granted to the Citirensof and it extends toevery or is confined to the Head Men of the Ciy to rm that the privilege of hunt ing as wtll in tie above as to and was confirmed by fevcral city from Henry the down to the Great Charter of the isth of Charts the Second j all which at dif ferent been confirmed by divers adts of par particularly very fully by the of the of William and thil this right does not appear to be confined to the Grnt men of the but is to b joyed by the Citizens in general and there being no exceptions in rhefe grants concerniHg manor this right maybe received fo far as the grants As nn evi the Corporation of London havs not yet given up this antient privilege a common hunt is till maintained by fhe City to attend the Mayor and whenever they think proper to exercife the And it is fomething lefs the corporation give up this valuable which does not yS appear to be the cafe that no Chief Magjftrate Mnce the year has thought fit toTumrnon his fallow Citizens to attend heretofore watthe practice oi tatcdhur ting verylhringthereoim plies aright for Freemen to the river provided the river be the citys There indeed not want good i 105 j anfl in th opini n of ap pear to be founded in That alt per j fons have a right to fifb in navigable rivers qom with the It that fome have expreffed their doubts whether this general light not been greatly by the late extraordinary Fifh Upon iiis and as this laft has given much offence to manv wellmeaning lovers of a worthy Meraber for a neighbouring county bas been at great painsto revifethe feveral Jaws relating to the and intends as is reported to move in the Houfe of thnext for leave to bring in a Bill to explain and a as well the late as to put the laws relating to fifhing upon fuch an equitable as fliall not only preferve the owners of in their legal pro but which will give tmiverfaJ fatisfaction to the lovers of the watry port in I To the PRINTER of the AM honeft retires to our humble cot every makes it a ccnTTMit rule to bring with him the weeks wliich affords usfufficient amufement in the political way among our neighbours for the week Numbers of the very ienflble letters with which your paper abounds are agreeable entertainments and I cannot omit taking notice of in with whom I mean not to enter into but to recommend frrioufly that to himfelf wliich he recom mends to If the French hips carried fifty Sir Ed ward Hawke certainly right officer of experience in the navy will acknowledge his ob fervation very juft for thefe that admitting the French fifty pounders are lighter than our forty yet they are considerably by which means they ari prevented from traverfing and are obliged to load wihout which dan gerous method of charging every officer that has been in fervice is well acquainted with j and in this when any fliips are unoNr this difagreeable it will fpeak of the hip muft fight to a difadvantageon account of tke danger of and delay in as they cannot lond near fo as they can wiihin Perhaps Faft does not know that noother rate of hips but our firft rates carry fortytwo though it is really fact there are many other large Hs ill natured refleftion on the 2nd the malignant accu fation againft the noble and experienced directors of our are too mean to be taken notice ef and as the wh le fubftance of his letter are no I mall take leave of the and addrefs the printer and the fcttmg before them real and to cancel the ill opinion they may enter tain from the allegations in Facts It is out of the power of the founderj to commit the leaft as they are obligated to caft ifcrent natures of guns according ro draughts hid down by the otherwise labour ;

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