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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 4, 1766, London, Middlesex                                i ijtk S A TxCJ R D A Y OCTOBER order to cpmfJjitaenr the PHftcefs Carolina on her arrival aad to accoirpany fcfer through a part of that frOjM Berlin Si Andrew Mit the Britith had lately had Iftveral pri vate audiences of his fruflim j and that it was thought there was tume important negotiation on the tapis between the cwo from Vienna they that Prince Albert of at h been r Vnbed of the of tnOrder of the Golden urn of about 9000 florins in gold tint that the thief was overtaken on the frontiers or with he valuable booiy upon Liters froinParis bringan thtttbe jf O and had juft failed fgr ive of liv by which it is loaie of the principarmertbarus and n sder at Lious vVtH Letters irbni Lftjrcn that mtay dilorders ha ving been occafeoneu by tie ill of ibme of the Governors or the Az the King has qnirtd all thole iflands under and that dignity is granted Count Excellency is to rentfe at tlie capital and will have under r of 420men a detachment ri om rthidi is to be quartered in each of tlit A patent is preparing for creatinghh Repl Hjgh nefs litres br theiy Duke of which wh pafetle ia his the Duke of Glwcefter et out for ment attended by hjfc and from thence his Royal Higbhefsgees Yefterday the Right the Earl of Northum berland kuiid the JCngs on being created Duke cf Jt is faid his Grace will aHo be appointed Groem of like A Earl came into las high eir pJoyment at Couit a few days not through the as reported but the aftual dijmtffvm qf the his his Grace Iiavibg poAively refuted to Tomorrow the Sight the Countefs of North umberland will Lt wth a fund on an for fix or eight weeks Ladylhip is to at and proposes to take a touc to arrid atter wards to Paris at which latter her truly nobie prapofrs to rcctt evening arrived in from New his Grace the Duke cf Yefterday arrived in taw froip the his Lady ani YefterdaycRTived at bermaortitg in the the John mini and the Rouen from It is wpfth that in aM proba the attention of parliament will be little fa deeply engage the next with tljr affairs of the was the ialt with thofe cf tiie as well as that the HonourArid Sight ofTi AT Us t TAIN will be the principal points in agrUticn in enfuing as they were in ihtfcrtner A fine picVuce of the prefect Lortt will wftereBliLprJfhip received n s 1 fity Thurfday the Indian Chiefs ami their Ladies em barked on board a ihip at Grtvefsnd on tlicjrretura to We hear a fubfcription is on fojttvljythe inha bitants of Borough of S uv torsifea fum fufRcientto an Ecjueftrian the late Duke of to be on hill will add much to the grandeur rf the antlftt a noble pafern of to com memfrate endowed uch trueprhvni ples of Britifh Laft week a pieceof made in Connecticut goverarrient in imp rted at in the opinion of good would not difcredit our woollen manufactcryin Knj land t it confifted of twenty five Yefterday held a Court Common Ccuncil at when a motion being made to a congratulatoiy addrefs to the Kmg upon her jeitys iafe and likewiie upoii the of his Royal the Quen of flip fame was agreed the were appointed a to draw ap the laid v ALDERMEN The Tlio Brafs Eft William ONER John Lsureace H Edward ECqj I h mas Richard This after withdrawing into the Coun cil returned in a liort time a vejry loyal which being approved of by the the Sheriffs were ordered to watt upon his Mfefty yelterday to know bis royal pleafui e when he would be waited upon with and hU was pleafcd to appoint Wednesday next o receive thefaid There was no report made yefterday to the Court of Of the proceed ngscf the com mittee appointed to report the ccrporuiijn rights in the five city hofpitals upon as it is that there is a material difference between the Re corders and the touching the Commoncouncil rights in the gorernment of thefe The rigiit of government over eftate ami property belonging to the and Citizens of being a f6t cannot be de and efpecially as Loijji Coke has declared it was a matter foiemnly determined by all the for that purpofe at Seij ants inn in Fleetftreet what psrfon can hinder the Common council from following the example of the Court of by virtuecf the grant of thefe Royal foundations to the and Citi zens of voted themfelvee Governors for tlie firft no longer fiac than the year On Thurfday flight RobertDarling andJunies Ef with their Under attended Batfons they j rintly paid their amounting upwards of three hundred far their tcrtainments Ialt Sunday Tiufday andxvears that thefe gentlemen hats agreed to be at a common expence for every every other incidentrtl charge acd their office during their whole H A V SLing8 and GOR mott humbly requeft Nobflity to the Serious and Comic Operas for ths enluiag will pleafe to pay tffer fubfcdptibm to Andrew Dru at Charing who will give proper for ttw It isiimbly defired that the Sublcribers to the Boxes w 11 pleafe to fend to the Office of the faitl Theatre a littfjf the names of the fcompany belonging to their refpective or for JSlvertkke for the preparing of to be delivered proper D R U R Y L A N By his M A J E S T Ys AT the rHEATKEAOYAL in DRWRY THIS DAY WJU be prefented R O M E O and j U L I E ad time Cautherleyi CUticC Palmer Fawcet Tibart by TAr Aickin Brajilby by Fackerj Friar Havard Lady fiennet j zd ippearaEce on With FUNERAL PROCESSION The vocal Vm Mifs A Mdlquerade by and Signora To which will be The H E R M J T at Hooker Kearj Pan taloon Grimaldij by Ackman 5 The Dances by Signer Giorgij Signer Siguora Boxes Pit Firft Upper Places for the boxes to betaken of at the No money to be received at the Nor any money return ed 31 ter tlie curtain is drawn COVENT AT the THEATRE in CoVENt on Monday not performed1 thefe three years be revived The Second Part of KING iiENRY the Juftice Shallow for the firft time By Pit Firft GallV Places for the boxes to be taken of at the to tuoney to lie received at the iier moat to be return ed after the cu rtam is By F A Tl C V L A R D ES I R ITKHIS EVENING will be a CONCERT I f Inllfumental MUSIC which Wili conclude with an ODE on the loyal the Ktsb arid QUEEN 01 to Air oi with an adthujual OR the Jirth or will bea new elegant by ClaaneidJ at eacii And an Monti sy evening laft perfor mance ihis Icafo tickets admitted as oi drawn bj Gabriel cm J andDrUmrnond pay Seren two far dated the of Sep iiber the firft and ftcond of the aboAe mentioned wen one the the other of September this is to defire the holder of the iaid bills not to negotiate them fe and tw caution that thefecond may not be J IftSVlYkCflt1 JrO T T K K at their Old Lottery text totbe CroffKeys Hoi tfeKisaWtO nfture the that take no deduction whatever from res of tickets fold at this Office and So five per nor ten from the chances by which entire new plan the inert advantageous ever offered who pur chafe of will be paid everal pounds morefor only a twenty pound and on the largeft prizes up wards Of fire hundred Lottery ffiarea and are felling in great Tariery of nt the loweft in and and paid asfo in as Schemes the Lottery given gratis and all duly Begins drawing the tjth Four blanks to a We flwrl keep the molt and Regiitef Books and all Jiltingto the will betraniafted withthie Bonour and In a few SAYS will ire QBSERV ATIONS ottAWAms w from tlie tothe prefent By London Printeil for in Catherine in price on the LAWS of ENG Bbok the Sy WILLIAM Gen erat to her Oxford at the Clarendon and fold y Prince by Worrall and in will be EdiSbnbfthe Firft carrefted and To the PRINTER of the Prevaiud on aft Sunday eieriingto go with fome company to the Magdalen I had not much inclination for having various and fome iiot very favourable concerning I was always inclined to yet I never aw the of it fo much as I did tbea Very in affectiog dilcourfe by the Reverend ad Divine who ufuilly preaches fo deeply imprefftd by what I heard aad that I wrote down my reflections when I retorned7 in the inclofed without any defign at all erf making them But considering how ftrong Voice of Prejudice the different fenti peopie entertain of that and the perfons who have fled fbrwfoge in I diought they might afford a ufcfulhint to thofe fort whom the Spectator calls M outrageoufly which intimates an exertion of feverity beyond the bounds of huma with refpeft to thofe who have had lefs ftrength to Hand in bong or may be have been more expofed to Very much companion cer tainly due to thofe unfortunate efpecially from their own fex and from the moft really I am perfuaded they will meet with who will ne ver be encouraged to follow their example by the fo generally provided for though they will rejoice there is fuch a place for them to bel ter themfelves from the infamy and rni fery they were before unavoidably ucpofed to live in j for when they lofe their where they hide their head For my own I could not bnt cenfidfcr them as very hiking raifcd out or the very dregs of impjiitant ieffoBs of jnftroc tion young inexperienced and the Bought cojjjment upon For while young people were moft affectionately ex horted from the pulpit to avoid ftep that Jed to the paths of and which thofe once diftrefled objefts were fatally involved it was ob vious and eafy for them to catt in eye upen thofe very perions who but a little while were living in all manner of riot and debauchery and if not exulting in the hamelefs glare and pomp of vvere guifhing in deepest mifery and loathfome povert v and If uch reflections as thefe were brought to their how tmift it rejoice the to com pare their prefent fituation with that belore de Thofe who wejre loft to all the principles of fobriety aud now appear in the habit and at that time in the emplay of Thofe which were before uttering dreadful and horrid imprecations or now finging praifes to their Maker j Theft thoughts na turally occurred ta my mind while I was and led me unfeignedly to praife God having pre ferved me in the fteps and pathf of youth where it is much more to be that fo many are than it that fo many Confidering the bafe deceitful artifices ufe of to enfnare young and artlefs proportion as my companion encreafes for the un happy my indignation rifss againil the ftiameful though from the mi poverty and is dill more But as fuch wretches met with a juft and fevere re prehenfion the other day in your in a if I remember by the fenfible I for bear faying any VIRSES occafioned by going to the Magdalen Cha and heariag a Sermon on the f BlelteJ are the pure ia preached by the Rev D WHat grateful I owe To thy benign protecting Who fafe my youth has guided thro Each firiful What mercy rtwu to me haft When I in thougbtleis pleafure Though thou to roe then I was preferved by Nor didft thou fuffer me to fall A prey to Sins alluring Ths Pieafures voice did often And catch my top unwary When landing on the brink of Thy mercy did that moment As tho my angel guard fteppd And brought the help I did not Exerting of thy guardian Preventing grace did then And keep me in the tempted And fave from eterlaftmg O why on me fuch grace More than on thofe whom now Ive feen Like forgetful of my Yet not like them Im plongd hi Tis not becaufe my upright Its moral reftitude could boalt Nor yet that innocence inclind My heart to love true virtue Alas the child of Adam Did of his nature too corrupted My heart TRUE VIRTUE did If ought of good in me was Thou that good thro grace infufe j Let all the praife to thee Nor let me eer that grace Tho ftill ray virtue is Nor like polluted dare I fay I never fwervd From Gods pure nor knew no My thought would prove my tongue Should I fuch falmood eer fuppofe j My heart from fin is not And that the root whence evil Then let me never blindly fcorn Who yields to Sins too eafy fway Pei haps Jike them I tooftiould Had I like them been drawn Accept my heartfelt O Lerd That 1 fuch misiy neer have known And be thy gracious name That thou tothem has mercy O may they never more depart From Virtues tho rugged road Ihflil thy grace their That they may love their pardning To the PRINTER of the SEVERAL writers having latejy urged the evil confequences which refult from ther exporting our wheat by which the qaaQx tity of for home confnmption is To confiderably leffened that we are obliged to import large puudJtiejof oats from and confequently expend proportionably great fums of money to fo for what we could do if our grain was to be exportecWbme times manufactured as well as vriground I to examine the trath of this pofition prior to others which are mentioned by the advocates for extending the bouty on flour to an equality with that on becaufe the examination of this point was in my and from the or falfity thereof I could form fome judgment efthat of the I have accordingly examined very accurately theqnantity of oats imported into the port Lon don in the years and to of S ptember of this prefejit year and find it te be 1 give you the totals of and you may depend on the truth which I defy any perfon to In the year j arrived 135 veflels with oats tqthe port of lalts i quar or the year 1765 but 62 con taining only lafts 8 But in the prefent only down to the agth of September not quite nine months there have been imported Ufts in 190 To this in view as follows Lafts i764 J3S or quarters 1765 8 or 1766 190 t or Total 387 i or Is not this an amazing quantity Is it not very hard to think that we have imported in the fpnce of ftine me hundred and feveirtetn tbvttfand five fandred and twentyone quarters of oats and in two years and nine tiuo hundred and thirtythree tbiufand fix hundred and fevetityattf quarters And all becaufe we do not give equal encouragement to export the wbeat ground as If we examjns what fums of nioney we fent abroad for thefe our will be ftil The price of oats has been at the corn market from 14 to 12 hillings per quarter but if we fuppofe the imported here to coftjMrt per quaiter then it will appear the above quantity of has coft this nation no lefs than ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTYFOUR THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND THIRTYSIX POUNDS SIX TEEN Having thus ftated the I would only pfet the following the when it is very eafy to prevent it if there was a great quantity bran and pollard in it would not prevent b many oats being imported Whether the encouraging the manufacture of wheat at home would not encreafe the quantity of bran and pollard here Whether the exporting our wheat Jl in the grain is not a difcouragement to the manufacturing thereof in and an encouragement to the manufactures of other nations Whether it is politic to export the materials of in preference to manufactured goods Wlietheran encreafe of manufactures would not be an encreafe of employment for the induitrious poor Whether 387 hips coming with oats to the port of Londtfn in lefs than three feveneighths of which are foreign is not agreat encourage ment of foreign arid a great to our own f Whether would not be in great meafure pre by encouraging the exportation of wheat manufactured into flour the bounty on exporting flour is not greatly inferior to that on exporting the wheat un ground Whether tlie giving the fame bounty on flour as on unground wheat would not prevent thefe com plained of evils QJJ E R I S L O N D O arrived thejnails from France and Hol rby which we have the following advices SxtraS Ittttrfrov dated A which the Grand Deputation has prefented to all the orders of concern ing the alterations which it is judged proper to make in tneconCtitujion of the has juft made its appwancc from the and contains 16 arti fhis memorial was dilcufled in Plena the 3oth of the patriotic in the Chamber oppoied the execution of its contents with the grealeli on its being infcribed on the entered a formal and never to be atilwerable forthe fetal coafequences which might refult from this in novatioo in the The orders of the and have adopted thefe new mrtitutions without any The rebel has been put to the torture fcveral to force him to difcover his initiga tort and accomplices but nothing can be got from him and it is thought the fentece of which has been palled on will be foon carried into ex Extract of a letter from On Sunday lait the Hereditary Prince ot Brunf accompanied by a gentleman of the to the went to vifit the fields of battle of Guaftalla and Luzzara he dined that day at Guaf and went in the evening to where the Court of Modena is at pre entj and in a few hours afterwards his Serene Highnels fet out for Sir Jofrph his Alajeftys the fet out laft in Sir Richard Sir Sir C O M M Deputy Wm Efq D puty John Deputy James Samuel Henry Efqj Arthur Beam   

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