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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 17, 1766, London, Middlesex ED RES D 4 ty jg l Fo E E T u HOUSE in the ith will pe per E L L OTHELLO by laco by Saffio by DAVIS 5 Aickinj Hurft j Palmer Murden Mi Keeaf tmili J O H N S T O N j Defdemona by To which will be The iYIN G V A L bv W E S T O N Juftice Beau Drunken AM Catle MGeorge Davis 5 Kitty Worley Johnften Pit Firft Gallery Upper Gallery The pit andgalleries to be opened at five the at To begin exaflly at Tickets to be had of at in Suffolkftreet and at the Where places for the boxes may be On F iv theBeuefit of THEODOSHJS the FORCED LOVE 5 being pofitjyely latt night of tire BENEFIT of c Never acted By Footes from the Haymarket THEATRE on RICHMOND For one night oo Saturday the soth willbe performed FOO TEs laft called The C O M M I S A K The principal parts by c W 8 T O den Mr DA V I Mifs and a young Gentle NEW OCCASIONAL PROLOOUI by Singing betweenthe Afts by To which by dedre will be addad a Comedy of three called The L Y A Written The Lyar by ames Elliot Wefton Kittyy Mift Boxes The houfe will open at fix and begin ex actly at feven Tickets to be and places only at the Riling nearthe Care will be takin to have tiie hfcufewsll up in a proper marinSrfortbe reception o thofe Lines who iritend honourinj f Djvib with their Vivant Rex FINCHS of this placewin end for this feafon Tomorrow ei 8th for a ftber middle houfekeeperj no other iervantis kept j g4Sd is given and tea twice a Any fuch with a goot may apply to the Re Riter on the right hand down Doctois Wanted alfo in fa where good waees is a foot of gooq Apply as LETTEK XIV I N C E it is that the hap pinefs of Our country in a great on the civilization of the common and that refults from V due fenfe and religion fince it is as that a proper and ne knowledge of religion to rational beings de jinds on as that a dog or a horfe may be more cafily reodcredtame than a tyger er a lion and that thofe whwremcil g oflly are ttyft or havetire leaft rtIiflt of tire Books of gractifal filftce tW bare tranfient of eteoiai can linrdly deep an impreilion as hearing and reading alfo 5 tliat from WW jas we are interefted to fee tfcatthek taijBSd and up to Lord qf the Neitiifcr the nor depfefficsp pf a Is accornplifhed by fudden or but in a and mindis of Abrpeople are more inclined to virtue thereferrit behoves wto be watchful of maxims we adoprinTjegard to the common peo WrhavrbeeHfo btify fiwrhalf a century in ac jfiat thought much hgwH be loft to that the WftBtiierreidinjitfone diitinguilhing m rk of Coniinon freedom jre and mean to pre JVhether reading be to render the morehappy in ufeful to tefs expofed to temptation for want of fome in hoTirs of and the worfe or tfte better Christians points yet problematical a greater orlefs number of the labouring w taught to than in the days of re inzy and Cannot pretend to extreme info the Vbut Cbnftmnity never erectedits a t more rational bafis but in fraSut ia a nwtter of fuch vaft to both I haveobferved upon in feveral vHlaiges in that the people alledge their poverty in excufe for not learning to If neither the mi nuter nor the lofd of the manor nor other perfen of condition in the neighbourhood takes any cognizanceen this matterwhen btriinefs might be accomplifhed by one hafcdi nor legs for other fuch remVfn in The queftion then if fome their fuperiors ot the prefent generation may a worldly view live long enoughto repent of where really is fuch j and as to tkethtty they arebbiuu to as who have another i may alfo become a fubject of when it wi avail but Life is trot given us to betrificd In many public cnarjfable the Gover or give their objects little tracts ef practical taking it For granted they can and thaAheyhave been taught the rudiments of their in which the donor it oftentimes moft grievoufly But I do not that I have anywhere met in fuch places with the Archbifhop of Tuams little The Knonultdgt of Religion made eafy to the mtanefl which is com prehended in tliiity pages nor the fame authors Excufes for not frequenting the holy Communion an contained in fifty bath in The beautiful the nervous and apoftolical purity of thefe little trafts muft ftand confefled as long as reafon and chriftianity have any influence our am perfuaded their merit is not fufficiently known in parifh or other or I have been in ftrumental to the difperfion of iz of intro duced into little as the occafion for bqys common penitent and fuch like and it is probable they have been of fome ufe to the parties to whom they were or in feme other hands but fuch efforts by no means reach the great end propofed of a re gular method of eftabiifhing the religion of our country in the hearts of the common that We may fee it in their lives and It unhappily paft all that many ef the loweft claflts in life are extremely xiefective in their knowledge of their duty to as a na tural effect of equally fo in regard to re fpecting the firaplkity and humanity of their man and that from this caufe great evils fpring up among Not by cultivated and rendered iUMervient to felfpreiervation and the prefervatlon of s among the highe and being like the a when once let the queition whe ther it be neceffary to conilder of fuch preveative meafures as are calculated for their happinefs as well as our and to employ any means not al ready in common ufe It occurs to me both from and that a remedy may be thoughit fhould ope rate by a regulation of the iwoft familiar kind fupported by the good of the parochial Upon this princijL I propbfe a plain and whereby the clergy may and inftruct young perioais put out as fo as to begin with the growing generation in fuch a manner as thut the mailersmay be equally bene fited and both in a Spiritual and worldly Such a I may he mnde bf a referve prentice or whereno fuch fees are wntcwnrarely then from a payment a fmall fum at eeuain as a gra tuity for the The of my Appeal contains fuch a the alterations and im provements I appears to be as practicable and as cafy in the as the payinga milk maids fcore for tbellbd fhe has provided for the fupport of the This being intended as and as a means tending to promofeJBjSfcfobordination and obedience to the order of fo the industry and laboUr by which tire free dom of countries is the grandeur bf ftates arid the poor made comfortable and particularly thefe great there isteprauch rea fon to believe the common people here would not en tertain any fenfe of religion and as they coald not teach their children whaf they never we might cafily fee return of antient And now if we wait tin example aftend from the poor to the or from the child to the we are not likely to fee the work Granting as great honour and advantage to fefotb iftnflruflim as they can fome otherfamiliar i aid is wanting for the promotion of piety among the common and the and order which naturally refult from And H this is not to be expected immediately from thejii kourt of the we muft feek it by fome regulation whereby a fmall portion of their without produce the end in Money is now become fo much the idol of man and particularly in this commercial that it js hardly pomble to carry any dcfign into ex ecution in which it has not fome With re gard to the indigent part of it muft be pro vided for them in fome hape er other and they have nb chance of fo much wealth as is to them but from if they can receive any emolument from even by application religious the end in view may be happily efpecially if the means employed tend to keep up in the hearts of children the piety they learrtt atj or is inftrumental in teaching them what they never learnt Having promifed thus I fhall irony to the ferious confideration of all who have young perlbns under their efpeciaily of the poorer part of a plan for this I your very humble in Fridays Haiely whiitling read now cutely ami And in the TeneblSus fabk com leave out the Ibe fiftttnth line belmv that read fcorchedyer The Pritfttr ivvtttd be glad of the opportunity of ffeag dates bis private letter from coffee oay day it fuits bis ten ami tbt at bisoffice in Ntvcgiite follcucing letters arereceived Antigalli Were it not that the poorer part of mankind have hopesin a future they would be mpre apt to forget the order of Providence with regard to the prefent and bring all things into confufion and it feenris as probable to happan in a land of as in a country of flaves for in the firft alfe more and are more the guardians of theirown and therefore fubjecl toabufc as in the lalt cafe they are more liable tobe provoked to The praaical belief and mature confideration of the immortality of the opens the human mindto a fenfe of the fpirit of and creates a con tempt of the world whenever it clafhes with the hope of happinefs after But it is equally true that men born to or providentially acquiring are generally anxious for more zndgrtater ac and confequently fpend their time in the purfuit of and the importance of the object which lies on the other fide the Thus in the of the as well as poor oftentimes the their poverty exportthem to fuch as operate ftrwigly as Reafon and experience that if virtue be bur fuprrme felicityj the middle nation is the Our with out difSnction of is tliat we muft perpetually militate againft theevil principle which predominates in our as theonly laft ing means to prevent our returning to ravage It ate of If all men were as thofe who life on the whatfecurity could wehavein any en joyment which the name With regardtc the were it not for the many charilyfcheoli with which nation aud the L ON DON GAZE TgjT St The King has been pleafed to conititute andappoint Sir Charles Of the Auguftiis and Charles Townf Sir WiUinm John Henry VifcountPaliner fton of the kingdom of and to be Commiffioners for executing the office cf Li rd High Admiral of Great Britain and and the and territories there unto refpechvtly The King has heen pleafed to orter ftisConje dElire to the Dean and Chapter ot the cathedral church of Chnlt Church in the Uni veiuty of to elect a Bifhop to that the fame being void by the tranflation of the Right Re verend Father in God John late Bifhop to the See 6f Salifbury and alfo his iecoauneadiflg to the faid Dean a Chapter of the cathedral church of Chrift the Right Reve rend Father in God Robert of to be by them elected and chofen Bimop of Thomas of to furrender the 24111 and 4th and a8th of Octo at ten in the at John of in iron the 35th and a6tJj and aSth of Oc at two in at tturTCirigsHead in in faid Day mating the Dividend efa Bankprttpfs eflate to Stephen of the th at eleven in the at the ElmTree in Certificates to to William of linen on or before the October Timothy of in the parrfh of lock on or before the th of It is Lord has wrote a letter to the Privy to requeft they would itfue out a pro clamation to ftop the exportation of and that he would declare himfelf to be the at the meeting of the and abideby the confe We are credibly that the Right Lord Chatham has formed a icheme to be prefented to for the improvement of walle and crown for the purpofe of keeping up a plenti ful breed of cattle in the It is reported that a reduction will fliortly be made bf feverat of the inferior officers in feme great de partments under the and that the per quifues which been long exacted by many of and Yefterday morning feveral Lords of the Navy Council fat out on t vifit to the Right Lord at is reported that near one hundred meflengelfe were difpatched to NorthEnd frositfie Nobility and to enquire after Lord Chati bams Yefterday morning the Right the Earl Chatham thought to be much betterthan he has bjien fince his late v We hear the marriage ceremony between the King of Denmark and her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Caroline will be celebrated by Chapel at SB a few and panjlh Ambailador will have the honour to upon th is Monday the Right theEarl of Temple fet out frqxa his feat at to the feat of hisOrace the Dufaaf at for a few Yefterday arrived in from his country feat at in the Right Hon Charles Efqj Chancellor of the Exche We hear tiiat Sir George has refigned pott as Adiiil other piaces and The Right the Earl of r in a few days on his EnabalTy to An Ambaflador Extraordinary from Poland is expected here in Itk that a SrmftylqTiadonwi its appearance before to give weight tothe terms propoiet by T modating matters between thofe An amneftyJiasheenwibttftedHf Kiftf aletkrfrtm By from friipoly toBaii laft mbnth are well having xeeeivedcertain fa fending afquadronof gave orders immediately that a number ot might bevin hi refblved tQ mske a vigorousdefence fhould thy offer to as tact ti at Ali the caftles and lorrificatfons havi and a numberof brafs foor toiorty at Forty thoufand hoffemroafe on tHeVea Halt and oFrlte to prevent ahV defcent theymay attttmotvtQ maki Orders have likewife been tint all the wonita and children retire to andthst fon rertlain in the city but thole are ilsey write from that the tfei this penetrating tn the Gulph of by the means of the has Lten on accomxt of the prodigioui number cf andwaierfai discovered in the coifrfe of that vaft write from N the Turkfli Go vernor of the Mcrea1 nt the head of to the prcgicfs oftjxs rebels in Theywritc trom thai the Sar dinia interelts himkli greatly in the Kflairs of tiis We hear that the makingthe ifland of Bermuda a port is under confidurntnn winch pace hav ing little or noHapleof the inh will be greatly benefited thereby j its fituaiioh between the Northern cutohijsam Wi ftliidiaiilanjs rendering it extremely By the late nre it in it it that ten chldren befnlcs The number of buildings dcltr jycd is afa faid to he near The Gedion and Richard from is faftj airivej at vThe William and James from Hull was put on lo fing her and is eniirtl lolt ing of bale was The Tine at the Ille of rronV And left the at ready to fhe comes from General Lawrence aixl Cclund Campbell are ing home in the Pacifiuk ii daily We hear that the EaftIndin company havenvied for da divers and to the valusof It isfaid that upwards cftwerry have been iniiiled in ihis kingdyia lor tlie lialt India companys the cummenceiBeftt of the late war which is an cxtiaordinary dtain of laborious and is real leis to the it is conlidered that fciuc uae in tour hundred ever returns jDn Friday next a fine new r theljqn Eaftjiidfli Companys wiJl be iaunchtd at The price of India jtcck is kept by aRjght jobberLaing engaged very The retnainihg prize monev to be piid for fuch mipsof war as were a tlie taking in the it is will amount to about three hillings and fixpence perforemoft and eighteea fliillings petty An eminent brickmaker in Suny has himfelf for the Jiorough vtSouth wark for the next gtneral On Friday 1 ait to her Highnefs the Princcfs oi reHgned It is now faid Djputy gifter of the Prerogative Cjuit ot will fucceed the late It is faidthat the or wool beeji near ten per sittyn ihis bjing n Court at iipon account cf a number not attending to inake a Locum upcii report of tlie weighers at waspiealed rnife the price of bread lialf an and Yefttrday the worfhipful granted the ufe of their haj to Robert hold JiisjmbJit cntri tainmeats du ring his It is thatmany in the city of Londen have pi a quantity of wheat for the rcJiJ of pojr people in this metropolis it being now prtry tnat the price ef wheat will be dearer beforelthe meeting of parliament at timej it js the exportation will be when permitted again tobe that no bounty will be when the price does ptr f Monday morning three barges came ver from laoen with day were moored of two viffels off loading for the We hear from that lait Tliurfays great part of the horned brought market was in the hands of the wJbicti obliged the graziers and butchers to buy By letters fronxfeveral parts of we that wheat has been lately fold at VVinchefter Monday a great quantity of wheat was beaght up for exportation at Mark i The hopplanters in geneial do that prefent year has produced the greatelt hops ever Many betts are depeftdingaobu the number of bags it is computedtfiere are at We hear Mifs Elliott is at the Royal in Covenigarden for tlie befides exerting thofe comic powers of which is known to fhc is alfo likly to mak a diltinguiflied figure in in the iai it is is to be her fiift psii r ani d
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