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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 13, 1766, London, Middlesex SAT U R D HAY A R E Laft night but one of the CoiWANY9 playing By Co HP AT the OPEiWl in the HAY THIS the isth of will be pejJormed AS YOU LIKE DAVIS Aicktn by Pataer j Jaques by Be in that charafter Johnfon JU MGeorge by who fung in the Con fcious Lovers j Keea Cattle HURST MMahon i Hamilton Quick SHUTEKj by D A N E R Mifc To will be L E T Lewis Fine Palmer Old Man and Drunken WESTON MGeorge j fey a GEN TLEMAN MMahon Lord SHUTJEBi i fine Boxes Firft Gallery Upper Gallery The pit and galleries to be opened at five the To begin exadly at No perfoj can be admitted behind the fcenet Indies are defire4 to fend their ervants at four to keep Places to be as of at the Little Vivant Rex Fbi die BE xtrn of T HOUSEln the on Wednefday the 1761 will be oertoithed O T E L L The part of Othello by Defdemona by With a FARCE and Being the latt but of thir performing this Tickets to be had of at in For the BENEFIT of T the OPERA HOUSE in the on Friday the will be per formed THEODOSIUSj The F o v c of Tke part of by B A R R by D A N C With a FARCE and EN TlRTfti UME the Companys per forming this to be had of at in I T H E F d O L of L VOLUME irinterl for in Iku Day Part the cwrtaifciflg federal very re k marfcable Whole Procwdingrpn the Kings Commif 1 Dyer and and Goal Delivery for the City of Goal Delivery for the County of held at JufticeHail in the Old on Wednefday the jdi Thurfday Friday the Saturday the and daythefth day of 1766 in the fixth year of his Majeftys reign being the feventh fions in the Mayoralty of the Right GKORGE Efq Lord Mayor of the City of Trinted for at the in Pauls ibis day u price To be continued every Wednefday and Saturday N u E R of THE EAST INDIA In which the whole ewHtaft of the D us wia be laid the true intereft of the Proprietors and the prefent ftate of the Companys affairs fully examined and This paper is calculated as well for the information of the dlftant and as to afford free opportunity to every Proprietor to communicate his fentiments to the upon a fubjcft at prefent fo interefting and it will be from uncontroverted and plain to afcertain the real va of that the Proprietors may no longer be the dupes of defigning and of Changealley Printed for Nicollyin Pauls vrheje letters to the author are The few remaining Copies of the following curious priated in and illuftrated with and engraved are to be iad of DAVIS and over agayift Grays no Holborn5 aiul r at Horaces in Price i rn HISTORY of tbe ancient and prefent of draining the GREAT LEVEL ef e called BEDFORD LEVEL j and of the and the rft oT the trading and navigable in thofe Including Reports and Propofcls made by Sir Clement Lord Hay and Atkins other valuable papers taken from au thentic and ancient relating to the Originally pubtiihed rt the Requ6rc oi the Corporation of jBy T O VM A 8 B A D K S L A D Ol the aijoVeBookfellers may be cake Bridgnsans Report of the State of the Bed and his Scheme for draining it5 with tfce PRINTER of the MONG the many inftances of the publicfpiriUd charity of my wor thy and juftly celebrated country the Britifh none equals that part of their in my as when they fo generbully interefted themfslves in raiing a purfe for theprefent Empreft Queen of The obj fil indeed was and the perils of difinembened alarming but the jftratagera of her Majefty to exprefs her then cri tical had much pathetic novelty in the time conveyed IQ ftrong an image of jier that it not fail exciting a proper itenfe compaflioar in her nor mi ft jan invincible courage in her Imperial di ftrpft hath fometliirig mocking in its ideat be ing finf in it no wonder that the world is oftentimes led to coivfider it with a fm gular one wxt vrffnc etfiiful in its politieat inferences pertdridi alRfc excepting where thi immor talhonor of her they pfttrbhteed it widi a zeal fuitable to tfieir and C9rrefpondent With their Trance ftooxl amazed with admiiation and to fee with what readinds eve ry lady adopted the and Spain mingled curfes with her when he heard that fo eCm fiderable a fum Powprnrifter liirg was in a fewflftfonithsremitted for the above per and totally collected from the private purfss of our illuflLrious Every part of Europe refeunded with their praife and notwithfranding the hiftorians I have if my recolledtien be have injudicioufly omitted fo material an in fiance of to make room for the fplendid ac dons of martial dazzling only to enter prizing minds r tlus 4efs in our which undoubtedlyreflects fbme mime Ontheir fince Hie bare mention of fo noble a deed cannot but add a luftre to the brighteft annals it mall not pafs unce lebrated in the of hiftbry now compiling j that their names and may be honour ably alike to pieferve the fame fpirit the breads of future and the monument fifterly Women ill general feem nlueh more affected at in dividual misfortunes than at any national calamity efpeciatiy the cataftrophe is not at tended with tragical and the diftrefs is re mote from immediate This partial ap pearance of the powers of fo different from that which is difcovered in evinces their afcendency over us in the fuperior delicacy of their and the more refined fenfibility of their fen Men are actuated by and influ enced by Their very benevolence does fotnetimes Ib ongly favour of tlielr which compafli6n tacitly betrays by the vifible obii qoities of ctrtain terminating the grand channel of Women are goVer nf d by nature and in all their aclicns we perceive abenignity peculiar to the Softnefs of feaMim express the tendernefs of theif hearts and their ele gance of manners argue the grandeur of their They humanize our while they charm our and controul our nercenefs while they yield to our Weil didthe when he We bad been brutes witbcut and wniiever admires not the dWhonoiHi the wo man that gave birth to fuch a From a rea fondnefs of tfiele amiable the loft and beft tj allGocfj I am lur prized into a and find myfelf unawares ledintoadigreffion which I did and I will be pardoned by every will wiflier to the They every fenfible encomium that can be and have been always celebrated by the wife and good in all Even their vices are fince their very failings are to be imputed to no other fource than that of paternal in confirmation of v hat 1 have above that the generality of the fair fex are not fo deeply affected at public as they are at private I muft beg leave to inftance the prefent deplorable misfortune of BRIDGE which is not confidered by them with an attention fuitable to the I am we mould havefeen long before in the lift of iubfcribers for thefuf fereis of that unfortunate many bright and iUuftrious figuring witiv their wonted goodnefs 5 always early in its and genteel in its Since then this inattention proceeds from the wvit of a proper acquaintance with the feverily of the it is my as an bumble petitio before them the merit of and the reality of the Hope builds whole expec tations on the proof of thsfe pretenfions and whenever thefe proofs are well every impediment relief muft As touching tbe we have been repeatedly that it to THREE THOUSAND POUNDS fterlingj and this public affurance has never once been dif We are likewife toid that maMy gentlemeh of and with numerous are re duced to a ftate of beggry 5 that others have very confidently fufFered and forae again only in All thefe facts can be fatisfaftorily I if Whnt therefore to juftify the merit of the fufferers and that may be comprized in a vary few by following two thirds of our own great metropolis was would there not be a number of worthy perfons rnvolvcd in the ca lamity So it muft be with the fuffcrers of BRIDGE In the multitude there is good as well as bad to be found but in calamities of a neral we are not fo much to the characters of as to fupply the lofi of the fuferen 5 fince it naturally that the beft fu ftain the fame fate with the worft and it is our pofitise duty to alleviate the afflictions of when iire unconnected by peribnal or the dearer ties of Life muft be fupplied with its neceflaries 5 and men deprived of the unaccuftomed to and difqualified for the genteeler profeflions whereby they miyht maintain poffibly fub fift without the help of friends and when thofe very friends themfelves are reduced from their affluent or eafy the djftrefs to both parties is doubly afflifting Such is the prefent occafioned by the late of many worthy gentlemen of BAR Let us for a take an imaginary furvey of fomefreaes which their misfor tunes ranft naturally Beneath the yon friendly once the cool retreat of labouring or fond refort of grazing behold jhe fad objects of adverfity A a virtuous family in ruins Stretched at his with head recUniqg on his refiroachlefs and eyes fixed ftedfalWy on contemplations vifionary a Worthy Cnriftiart lies j in abfo lute defpair teemed loft Not diftant the lovely partner of his bofom watering the herbage with her Around her ftand the fruits of con nubial gazing with wonder at the caiife On each me loeks with equal and feels for each the keeneft pangs I At fhe Muft my little my precious muft YOU experience that were to plenty born And toil for years to who were but yefterday in dependaat Is this the roof to melter you from this the bed ta wrap you in repofe Where art your attendants your delicacies your expec Fled as the morning I TO deck your perfimsc and to gratify your guilt lefs wherewith hall t now Oh your your patrimony it no replies the tender waked from his lethargy of thou thou excellent theier thou haft touched nerve of my di hadI been born the child of to all its and knew no other breeding than what the rude clowns local education I Oiould now be lefs miferabie than I ain not for but for and for thefe lit tie ones I Can YOU the ilh of wietch whofe cup hath overflowedwith Heavens Impoflible While riches waited ray I did not entertain a whether thelptfirft fell on Mt or about that final fepara tion which we muft one day becaufe jfiould have left thee armed with and friends ihou wJaJdHnever then needed j for friendfhip fol lows as the prcves the But if it pleafes Provrtience to take me O will become of YOU Of tbefe dear pledges too of our mutual love ye budding roles nipped by the cold band of dire misfortune fading in youf bloflomed and fickening before you yet kriow the 4oft of that kind nuriirtg hand that reared ye Unfortunate lambs whst do I not eri dure for you Pangs without a and horrors without my hopeful an education fuitable to your I propofed to that you might have been ufeful to and ferviceable to yout I tiiciight too to have had ye trained in the paths of and inftrufted in the pure principles of revealed that you might be refpeftable and happy But ignorance now muft be your and corrupt example ycur opprobrious O ihfupportable nffliftion 1 O trying vifita tion fee to plunge me deeper ftill into the back abyfs of fee my bloom ing configned to to and to drud gery lively Charlotte too Sweet fondling of my heart who will improve your graces now who brighten your and call forth all ihoie virtues fo confptcuouxinthy bitter refltSlion Burft not my heart biit ftill fuftaii thy fate with dignity and ch it is too too much fouls like mine to bear Many muft be the we are to of fuch like diftrefc nowprefenting themclves in that valuable ifland and my ever honoured country can you be acquainted with fuch and refrain from tears Will yoc cornmiferate the and yet withbold your benefactions f It is It is contrary to your Happy for that you were not eycwitnefs to them the iden is of itfelf too aff fting We are further told by the extracts from their that the cries of the alHi5ted inhabitants are fo echoed from houfe to that the very voice of confola tion is banifhed from fociety while their are continually alarmed vith the heart and ploring cries of Mercy Mercy Mercy thought brings tears into my feel their mifery j and whoeer can muft likewiie Want and nakednefs are pofitiye evils and in tolerable as they they now to the fliare of many fcores your who never knew amiable in liberal in refined in breedng Can you then hear and not intereft yourfelves in their behalf J know your tendernefs excludes every felfifli and bids your alms to in copious It is for you to thofe tears j and tears toconfciouj worth are never hed in Your generous hearts are always fufceptible of com and prone to melt at every tale of woe to your the fid confufion of unattired with clothe them with Hunger is not more harm to the than fhaine is to the foul fpare then tbe blufhes of your precious and ftill atteft yourfelves the friends of v and the of Pikities are formed among you for lefs noble pur pofes than what is here and mealures are planned to vindicate your fuperior To relieve then the prefent diftreifes of your unfortunat make it a little the favourite object of your pitj and the adopted child of yottr partial Per feft indeed would be the glorious if her Ma jefty weuld graci ufty condefcend to take the lead in fb work 1 Under the fanction of fo great an what feafonable relief may not thofe fuffering fair onts foon receive O think on the miferabie condition of your Barbaiian f in a few hours reduced from a flouriihing ftate of affluence to the lowelV ebbof po veiyt from the en joyrnent of every temporal felicity to the fudden participation of every penurious grievJ Vouchlafe with your accuftomed good O Imperial to eaft omrfffi thought on the reehncki4y efffts amending fo common a calamity to honour with your fympathy a proftrate peoples Fame r fpeaks loudly of your and milliontelebrate your No ever you unrewarded and no ptaytrsever addreffed tbemfelves to your fuUy Happjrthe throne that is adorned with fo ex cellent a Queen Thqce happy the people in poffaf fion of fo ineitimbble a bleffing I DA M U L O N D O arrived a mnil from France letters from that the Go vernor of Cyprus had cizsd ft versl whom rw imntediately tltfir heacU ta where they were expofed on the of thr Letterslrom Tunis that the Dey had re ceived great coolnefs prefems from the Court of which were delivered by the of that On the i6rh was the ducal palace at a Js about and named Fano Tie were his fponfors the Hereditary of iiroufwiok fet Jut fVgm Turin the for he proposed rtaving four s then to go to and troTit thence to which city iatended o reach by thelgth or j9th of a grtat exprefled veiyhigh difpreafure at a late excurfiorj made to The Earl and Coumefs of Northumberland as as her Majelty brought to proprfe to a tour France and Fbnder and fo return the of November 01 the begin ning of 5 A great at tbs head cf a very refpeflable denartment of the late has been ded with prjvate Secretary fonv and that a reloJuMuri has been unanimoufly token hy tofe in power not to for the their fecretar es in anf cafes of the like 7 It is faid a patent willfoon be madeoutforcrearW Sir John Cult a 6 the Horace Eq was of a paralytic his hJiile ai in which dilorder he lies daageroiiuy id Tfijs day the Riglit Seymour onway fers out for his country feat at Park Theinrendea marriage en the Earl of more and Lady Aratlia Stanhope third daughur to is to take place the day hisLcrd mip comes of whichwill be tle 1 7tn of next An Edift ha been puhlifhed by order of the GraM thr ugiiout all nj kia rovinces fettuie a pike u v e of irirce Heraclius and alfb on thoe of the cuf ringle irs of the re belHous in and t IP iflcf uy An Ordinance was pubhfliej at Qji in for regulating the feveral Courts of JmiicaTTe in that it huuld appear naii not allowed the lame privileges as bom fub jicitj aiid thai complaints on hrad had been mtde to the King and Cou to tie Governor of that the grievance complained of mould be red Ordinance has lately been pub iy the altering inch in the firit as tender to relirain his MajeJlys luDpcYs from thole privileges they are common with natural Brtilh bora i his lait Ordinance that all civil cauics betwixt Britifh torn fiiKjccls be ued by a Jtuy if Bii tifhborn All cauics hy a Jury of Canadians anJ all caus ketwixr L dians by a Jury composed o tou I iu a bers of J hevaniiitujishre to praftife as anti in clor in the iame manner as hii s oMter The Expedition packer irom Lif is arrived a dated the of give an recount that John of the Two Sifters of from Ntrva with lolt off in the morning ol tic f juiy of her and were and the en w with difficulty got of the Karl of MdaifxEift has yet the command of the In cafe the parliament take the Eaft India affairs into as to claim tic On a gentleman we 1 known in h Ame rica a great many years of an enterprizinp us and great cxpenenccj is already tasked as the perfon who will ti th art in quaiiiy of Gwernar ofld in Cbiej j tbi En igrri and oj all bis Majefs garifms endtratps in on cj and Cc nMtinthe adjacent The Indian Chiefs finiflied their hufinefs will in a few on a mer chant fliip in the f r NewY jk A Board of we js jjee ilv to be called to confider on the expediency of granri iga temporary Uwn of BridgeFoviii in The ryhes making iur the K Lo d Camden were fwn It having been expend that orders woukf he iftued put toftop the of at it cannot be as the timvf j eKjortation w is fixed by aft of IxftieHion reahe year tbe aft was furempowrivp the and to Hop when they thought fo corn nay be exported till the par lament Jn put to it is be rtttir Bui as to the twill pro bably ceaft m a by the price of wheat jng abev The aft of taft KLnf and Council to export totkejZWh thought It ne ceiTkry i n power to ftop after the Py the iaft IrooiItaly we nre orders are come to the me i tand to buy up all the t price an the long tune for i can be will probably drain this dom of the part of whereby the poof ana
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