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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 3, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daify v F Jt I D A OCTOBER 1766 Y M A KE Kings And GOR mott humbly requcft the Nobility and Sfubfcribers to the Serious and Comic for the enfuing will pleafe to pay tfJeii ftibfcriptions to Andrew Druounond and Charing who will give proper receipts for the It is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Office of the laid Theatre a the names of the an belonging to their or for for the preparing of to be Subscriber in proper All principal other Singers aod Dancers are arrived from The Operas are to begin the of next Y LA By his 4T the THEATRE JfcOYAL in DKVRY Toniorrow will be prefenbed O M E O and Romeo for the lime Cautherley 5 Mer Palmer j Fawcet 5 Tibaltby Aickin Branfby by Burtonj Friar Law fltavard Lady Benneti Being her zd appearance on With the The vocal parts by Vin Mifs Aft A Mniquerade by and Signora Boxes Pit Places for the to be taken of at the No moaey to be received at the Nor any money returned after the curtain is drawn t O V E b T CJ A R D T the THEATRE in CoyEN THIS DAY will be prefented HENRY the The HULL Archbifhop of Walker Younger 5 Cuihing Weftmore Mon is Andedbn SHUTER Mac Bairiflgton Duiittall Weller Lewis j Mils Valois French by 17 Holtom j Williams the EnglWh BUCK Englift Hallam King of Gitnon Davis Clarke Gardner ftrkerj Bonnet Stephens Pitt j To Which will be The PROCESS ION front the A3BEY at the the lUprdrntation of and tin CEJLEMONY of the Upper for the BOMB to be taken Sarjbnt at tbe 9 moaey Jo at tlve noY ymoney rmed thefe three years will Pwt of KING HJLNRY 5 Juftice Sballaw for the firfttime by and FREBHOLbBfcs oftbi Cautty IS Majefty haring been gracioafly pleafed to amoint me jointly with Lord to be matter of the my feat in parliament is thereby because vacant j I therefore humbly intreat the honour of your vote and intejreft at the next afiuring you of my fteady attachment to the laws and liberties of this and of my grateful attention to the and profperity of my who upon fo Ihewn fucb A affectionate regard tp Their and Molt obliged humble GEORGH The raisfortwne I have with in breakiing my I plead my excufe for not making a perfonal application at STATE LOT T E R five per deducted from the hares and chances and but fiic pounds from the infteadof teni notwithltaTiding they are fold the in the greateft examined and paid as foon by WEN HAM and at their State Lottery in ths Poul facing Grocers and were drawn prizes of ten woufand pounds each in the lad and fold at this Schemes of the Lottery given gratis and letters polipaid duly Our lifcewife all mem bers of may depend oa their having their and on the moft rea fenabk the money remitted them for the aad blanks as foon as drawn and all bufmefs relating to the Lottery with the and drawing of the Lottery wil begin on Monday the ith of Ibtt day K pvblijbcd price NEW PRACTICAL ESSAY on An account of the their and different A detail of tbegeaeral method of commonly called ra tional or A defcription ef the re Hiedies propofed by feme as but found Co be either or ineffeftual remarks on the Is annexed the effica anil only ceftaih msthotl of founded on tod confirmed by To which is alfo a more and efficacious me tljod of adminiftring By BURROW Printed for the author and fold by ling ton Piccadilly and near TheDoftw1 may beconiulted in ffchirrous and cancerous every at Iris houfe prite OH LAWS ef ENG BeoK tie By Sdicitor General to her Oxford Printed the Clarendon and Told FrincefSoldalibby Worralland in And next Term will kj A New Edition wf the Firft cjrrefted aad From the P O L I C exterfivt Salt ofTaji GKZLTT HER AND I NEW DAILY tfihetmuls through ivbich it paffet bat lately beta the mtaiti of detecting fo many atntofap prehending fo many that it met h proptr to give PVBLIC Tfytt frrtbi tuill be canftantly inietted ui THIS PAPHR i SUCH art properly attendet A by J B L L B BUYERS OF SECONDHANI c LOATH robbtrut laill tfcapt dtttfinn tfptciatty if ALL PERSONS make ofeof the fame paper to advertife their lofTes F I E L D I N Tbi front md every thing loft in or tty ixajt an prmttdt for vnmtdiate difpatch u allJHvtr by the printer ofthii For ConfideratioHs on the Trade Finances of this fee uV LETTER genius of Liberty never fliipes rnorefranfcendentlr8ntnefe than in thofe laws which are caW culated for the prefervation of the common particularly the of thefe tlw infants who are under the jnore immedi care of It was doubtlefs to anfwer their complaints that the Heufeof Commons in came to certain and the fame good may render legiftature attentive to their cries in The indiscriminate reception of infants was appointed by I have not yet informed you that in April 1756 the Houfe of Commons That the enabling the hofpital for the Mainte nance and Education of expofed and deftrted young children to receive all the children which haft be of fered is the only method to render that charity of lading and general It was alfo That to render the faid hospital of general uti lity and it fhould be enabled to appoint per places in all ridings or divifions of flie kingdom for the reception of all ahd defer tevl young Thefe wtblutioni aregrAOtdkd on a fuyrpofition that no one will part with a child but under cirmm fttnces as render the fupport ef it imprafticable to But the event proved the fallacy the opi We may as weUTuppoft that every one unufed to daintiej will be temperate at a table fpread with all the luxuriancy of naoderttoraiicieat is demonstrated to have been a miftake in It was not a merfure calculated for the genius of the good people of We are not virtuous We are too daring and repugnant to the moft falutary laws for all reftraint being taken an4 acting under the fanftiqn of it is no wonder that we abufed the and brought children from great at the I dare frequently with the lefs of their Nor do I think the matter would be mended in fteadof one receiving Foundling Hofpital in we had one in each with a view to prevent the danger of children being brought from great I believe this would multiply the evil and preve oneef the molt injurious meafures that could well happen to with regard to the induf parental and domeftic duties of the common on all which I have explained to you my But to argue from hence againft an hofpital which it is evident can afford re lief in certain inftances of preferving where re lief is much and can be given without en tailing fuch feems to be equally dangerous and We may err by correftragtoofauchand too or by leaving a dfeafe without a as well as makingit worfe than the In regnrd to the eftablifli ment of county work or houfes of thefe may anfwer for the government of adults by wndering them more induftrious but fuch places receive in fants unlefs at the mothers breaft and in this cafe they would be in great danger from congregating of The mother will rear the child much bet ttr in a But even in cafe of fuch work hotifes the bills of mortality would remain equally un provided You are not to imagine that I mean any total or unneceflary feperation of children from their The Lacedemonian plan might do tor a little Pagan country of and their flaves but will never anfwer for our extenfive chriftian land of general where Nature Reafoaand Reli gion unite in one common caufe to guide and to de As our religpn and laws pa rental affection anel filial piety are the ftrongeft ce ments of habits of love and obedi ence mutually arifing from thefe as they are mott to become the per manent fupports of I have therefore no idea of putting any cltild in the fttuation of a whofii parent is known bat as it is evi dent that in fo vaft a multitude there will be fome parents So ill qualified to take charge of their own that thefe cannot be in wor ft hands when this happens to be the or that the parents give the child to be educated by thfi public in the manffer beft calculated to prefarve and prow ide a pro per there can be no violation of parental In effect it is dpne in all cafes of the orphan and in raaoy others where parents fend the to the and pethaps are not able or sot willing to think any more about The idea of a public hofpital for the reception and relief of diftrefled infants within thefe bills of mor afcertaining the and avoiding indil criminate is fupported both by leafon and The experience of above hun dred and feventy if not a much longer time has that the want of fuch an faofpitU on this hath been attended with the moft pernici ous confequenceS to the community and the rea fons are though all of them have not ex iflsdja the fame degree for the whois extent of i Here are 147 befides others not of the eftabliftied all conti guous to each Here is a colleftion of a great part of the mi as as the not of his Majeftys ihree kingdoms bat ot Britiih em Here the manners of the common people are geftftrally more vitiated than in other Here it is the lot of many tiiouiands to live in a more cohered manner than the will ad mit though among the poor of Here is burnt a valt quantity ot iea the fulphureous effeiils of which are pregmnt with iri mifchiefs to the tender Itrings ot infants and particularly of fuch as are COD as among labouring Here infants die in twice the proportion as in the greateft ing apd at four times therate of many villages in Add to all the defects in parochial con and a fo univerfaly prevailing of neg the prefervation of theparifli the evil has reached to a moit Viamelul and enormous You and all the world will jadjj if it is nst pro bablefrom the moft periiudve of ail that if the of the Foundling Hbfpital had been confined to tfee bills of it migiithave been inltrumental to the fovinqHSpil five or fix hundred children annually j I reared and ulhered inio life of the Jame clafs as thofs who for ages pail have And if it is true that at this time they continue to the finipl qacftion If this is brought hstk to the only true principle which ought to have sphered to in the original formation of the why we xo rtnjsrt to fuch princi and i ejoice thatwe length found a the difco y may have I have that Ida not mean to cut off any child from parental it can pcflibly be but to encourage parents to take their again whenever there iliall be any change of their duration to put them in a capa city to take any decent care of With regard to the ability of the the faft ftantlsthus When it was firft eftahiijhed in it begun to receive at a large old houfe in Hattongar How it came to be I know not of thofe taken z6 were delivered to wet of whom five died after a few or 19 per were delivered W dry and or 55 per of 136 80 wsre fent into the country and 19 equal to 36 per 56 were kept in of whom 45 or So per BOt fo much a trial on life as an expedi ent which arofe from and difference in opi However it was a ftrong corroborating evi dence to judge of what was parting within the bills of mortality in relation to parifli of whom none were fent into the m r any nourilhed at the except by the The celebrated Sloane then according to his expe rience of fifty years of children not nurfed at the one in three generally This little trial was thought fufficient grounds to go though there needed no proof that it is abfurd to attempt the prefervation of infants by dry nxirfing where the breaft can be had in a proper or to keep them in town fvhen they can be fent into the The evil plainly aiifes from the On Ladyday the hofpital began to take in and by the end of May 1756 they took at the fate of about 50 a year 1384 Of whom were dead by the end of May Or near 54 then living be ing from 15 years to months The of June we began to take by or der of when 117 were received in one and in the courfe of the month the whole number received to the end of March be ing ir In ail And the whole number dead from March 7741 to the end of December 1765 10979 Which amounts to near 32 per I in clude 840 who are of whom we hear of no deaths and I believe there a e but very few dead to make any material Thefe living chil dren are from fix and a half to ten years and a half of exclusive of a few ot the1384 ftill remaining fomewhat Since March a fmall number of infants have been received on private flock of the on a new difcriminating the and re ceiving them by petition I5o Deducting of grottfn children 20 Remain 170 Of thefe are living to this and pall the ous two firft years of life Which is above 63 per or near two thirds inftead of fo many being dead and that near the half of fuch children will be actually pre feived and brought to the maturity of 19 is more than the common bills of mortality produce by about two per provided they are conveyed in a tender and humane manner to the hofpital j be caufe I am perfuaded when they are the beft nurfes the price will admit will be procured and when a weaned or reaches rz a fecond child ia entruftsd to a efpecially when me has any affiitance about two halfcrowns a week with a will be a qbje3 of you will judge upon a comparifon of what has been done by the parishes in question at any within the fame numbjw of or go if you to half a and upon the view of asccuut judge of the evidence ct the fuperioriry which the hofpital is entfckd in the fenfe of the to whom the in queltion belong in a ftronger fenfethan ary Judge you long we are yet to go oa fqiundering of lives of which we Hand in fo moch judge you where it is we are to feck wtiat me thods we are to ufe to obtain if not by of the Foundling Hofpital I your very humble fei AuguJ HAN Loiters received of Improvement Conftant to To the PKIMTlill of the GA55ET THROUGII the darine of your be pleafed to inform the public frora the belt that the prohibition oi the of wheat will be renewed when the Parliament till the next lur as the crop is ta anfwer the confumption of tlie THEFOLLOVvTKG CHARTER COGNITION OF ALL PRECEDING CHAR TERS AND GRANTS MADE TO EAST INDIA COMPANY AND A MOST FULL AND AMPLE GRANT OF AIL THE ACQUISITIONS THE COMPANY JJAVfi MADE IN ASIA FOR EVKR FOUNDED NOT UPON THS KINGS UKDOUB T ED BUT AIDKO AND GROWING OUT OF SEVERAL ACTS OF HAVE THOyGlir IP EXPEDIENT TO PUJISH THE THAT THE REAL PROPRIETORS MAY NO LONGER BK SUB1ECT TO BE GULLED OUT OF THEIR JY THE MANY FALSE AND INFAMOUj REPORTS WHICH HAVE BEEN ARTFULLY SPREAD FOR THAT GEORGE the by the Grace of King of Grent France and Defeiider of the and j to all thele fliall comegre ting Whi ens by virtue of or letters p granted by of cur Royal to different companies of merchants cf of Eng tiading to the wuich for raerly been in certiorated fuch former companies have had power to fend ftiips of war ta their fettlc ments in the o rasfc and keep a military and to make ptaceand witii any or not in ft places of trade and alfo to right aridrecompnce upon the or ptuple oi thofe pajts by whom they ftiould fuftain aay or da or upon any other people that hould any wavr or injure them in within the limits of their charters And VVhsreas by virtue of a or Utters pntent by our Royal King1 Wdiiam the Third of glorious Weftniujfter the fifth day of in the of his reign and by virtue of our or patent under tha Great Seal ol Jin bearrfodate at Welhiiinfter theeighth of ill the twenty fixth year of our tiie united company of merchants of trading toihe Eatf Ihdie have power to raile and maintain iuch a body of ftanding forces at their fsveral fetrlements jn he and fuch a number offsamen and of defence as hall he necciiaivfor the fafeguard and defence of the and to take and iurprize ajl and every perfon and perfons wilh their araour and and other as fliall ia an h f tiL or attempt the defeating or def of the faid companys crour fubjects inhabiting and rpon juft caute to invade and dettroy the enemies of the And Whereas many troubles have of late 3 ears aril en and the faid united company have at very great on war ia thole parts again it the and liktwife arainlt the Nabob of and or govern ments in and fome of the territories and pof a d other things belonging to the United Company in In kave been taken from ihem by the laid Nabob of Bengal have been by the feips and forces and ty the faid United in conjunfticn with Ibme of cur Royal ftiipsof warand we have bten era ciouny pleafed to fend to the for the de fence and affiltance ef the faid Uuited Company againft their and othrr territories or dif and have been conquered and taken from fome of the faid or in at variance with the laid United by the and forces of the faid Uuited Company AND WHEREAS it is ex pedient tor the laid United in order to enable them to fupport the greac burthen and ex pence ot the war they are now engaged of fuch wars as they may hereafter have with any of or our in and the better to enable from time to to make pzace on terms advantageous to their THAT WE fliould make them fuch and give them fuch as herein after ara NOW KNOW that we well weighing how highly it the honour and welfare of this our and our good that all fitting aiMance and encouragement mouU be given to the laid United Company and in performance of divers covenants between our Royal predeceflbrs and tbe faid Com for granting to them all fuch further reafoa able powers and as may be for the better fupport and improvement of their trade have ot our eipeaal certain and raeer given and by thefe pre fents for our heirs and DO give and grant unto the laid United Company of of trading to the their fnc ceflors and ALL fuch booty or and other things which our Koyal of he nineteenth of laft path have cr fliall taken or fdztd frcvn any the enemies the or any of our in the by aiv mips or of tlw faid employed by cr their witfem any places or limits of their prefcribtd to them by any of the grantul by or cf our Ruv a p
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