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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 9, 1766, London, Middlesex THURSDAY OCTOBER 1766 H A Y M A R K E and GOR moft humbly requeft the Nobility and Subfcriberg to the Serious and Comic for the enfuing they will pleafe to pay tfceir fubfcriptions to Andrew Drummond and at Charing who will give pro per Wteipu for the It is humbly defired that the to the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the of the faid Theatre a the names of the company belonging to their refpeclive or for for the preparing of the to be delivered to each Subscriber in proper By his M A J E S T Ys AT tbe THEATRE ROYAL in THIS DAY will be prefented The PLAIN The principal parts by and Boxes Pit Firft Upper Places tor the boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the Uor any money returned after the curtain is drawn COVEN T AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented The SECOND PAR r of KING HENRY the With the Hamours of Sir JOHN King Prince of Rofs j Prince John of Davis Morris Bennet bifhop of Clarke Lord IWozeen Smith Mrf Cufhing by Hull Lord Chie Anderfon j Murden Gardner Perry juftice Shallow for the firft time by Woodward Lewis by Pitt Doll by Gardner Sir John To wMch will be With the Reprefentation of and the CEREMONY of the JJsxes Pit JFirft Upper Plices for the boxes to be taken of Sarjant atthe No money o be received the nor any money returnedafcerthe curtain is drawn up From the cxttnjwiSale af THE AND NEW D JLV ABVERTISKR jointdto tbt if A augo ivhitk tt gaffes beu lately been tbe means of fo many andtf ap prehending fo that it may bt prvptr to give THIS PUBLIC That fur thi be conitantly inferted in THIS PAPER UCH MALIGNS art properly a tended to bf PAWN fcROK j E W L Lt E I H BUVBR3 OF SECONBHANU few robberies will tfcapi tfiecially if ALL PERSONS make ufeof the feme paper to advertife their loffes F I E L D I N PJTin WARNINGS from jtmi every thing Itfl in or toy are for dtfpjkb ttalljilver by tbtpruittrtftbit STATE JOHN at his State Lot tery in Lombard near the Poft fells fhxrei of in great on the moit advantageous terms to the pur chafers and will keep a correct numerical and re where hares and are regiftered at fix pe nee each and the earlielt notice fent of their fuccefs to Any part of Great Bri tain or and South with their fe veral India Navy and Victualling and all kind of Government fecurities bought and fold by The Lottery begins drawing the iyth of next Four blanks to a Speedily will lie Dedicated to his Grace the Duke of Northumber land HO L WELLs Part the Containing the Religious Tenets of tyluftrated wiui five large and explanatory Becket nd De near 45urry in the Kf At the fame time will ba pablifhed dedicated to tbe Right Charles To The FIRST PART of the faid The fcohd with large and additions together with tour copperplates of the fketchesot the countries treated as being neoeflary to the more clearly underltand ing the fubjefts of that The author throws out thefe fketches in hopes that thofe gtntlemen who he knows are poiTefled of iirflicient materials will oblige the public with a cor rect map of thofe AGMKST AUTUMNAL WHICH far the moft part arife from obftrufted jicr is not in the whole Materia Me fo a wrefwvat YC as ttiai celebrated Medicine TheSAUME DE which by its cordial and derergent feirtiSes the ftomach and pa rifles the blood and and gives aj it were to the whole ftftem its fcitural Te thefequatities we attri bute its havin proved fo eminently fery ceabie in and fcorbutic hab and from the fame prm ciple it has never failed to relieve in and hypochondriac and alfo thac it has been found fo pir ticulArly beneficial in female This moft family medxireis fold by ap jwiutraeut of the with good allowance for chn rltable and to leij by bookfcller Pauls cliurchyaid Becker and in the S rand 5 in Charingcrols hi Piccadilly 5 and at the Royal JExcliinge and inHoiborn Of Avhoin may be The Mire or which exrelsanotherrenSdias for A Narrative of fouie ejtranrdinary well attefted wrougbc Daume de Alfo jJMtis A more cvcife Account of Nature wiih tiireflions for ufuigthe THE Society for PromotingRBMGiotysKNOW LEDC5C among the to dilliuguith it frorrj another more ancient Society for Proanoting Chrif tian have lately amengmany other legacies and the gift of be ing part of the refiduary eftateof Air WUliam Ad diredted to be applied to charitable Society was begun anno by fix fons fince which time it has fo far recommended itfelr to friends of religion and that itt numbers are increafed to upwards of Its fole intention is to promote the knowledge and practice of genuine by freely giving among the and other books of pious to inform the ignorant and reclaim the vicious without theleaft defign to promote the fe parate interefts of any feft or party among Cbrif Through the bleffing of GOD this Charity has besn greatly both and feveral parts of in bringing many among I the poor to the knowledge and belief of the Gofpel of JESUS and a proper refpeft to the wor flrip and fervice of Great who were before utterly ignorant and negligent of their ever lafting and their duty to GOD and There have been given away by the from its firft commencement to this bound fuch as the Shower on rime and Eternity Baxter and Alleine on Converfion to GSB feveral of Do5lor Wattss as his Scripture Pfalms and the Life of GOD in the Soul of 31d feveral other books of practical Divinity j with of fmaller directed againlt prophane Sab an Addrefs to Soldiers and who are defirous of aflifting this good dc are defired to fend their benefactions to Treafurer j Benja min Leadenhall Secretaryj George andVVilliaip and Pewtrefs and in Their Sermon wit b preached at Saltershall on Thurlday the i6th of this inftant This Day 14 THE FOOL of A L I T V O L V M E Printed for in This day is price OBSERVA1 IONS on JLREr from the Settlemcii in to the prefenc JSy Lord Vifcount Printed for in in the By Permiffion of the Comun ttee of Common This day are Bv JOHN in TWO ENGRAVED whole length PRINTS or LORD CAMDENrby RAVENETand after the pifture in painted by As the have exerted tbe utuioft of tbeir abilities in finifhing the above the price of each is half a guinea And in orclev to prevent the publicks being imp ifed upon by fpurious the plate engraved by Ravenet is cut tbmwhing and the impreJiion fold at each j and ano ther 14 inches by at The proprietor having been at more than expence relative to the noove in order to raife an emulation in the artitts of this kingdom for por trait and as he trufts his endeavours have been effectual with refpeit to the prefcnt he hopes the public will promote and encourage his un as works of this nature cannot be brought to perfection without their particular patronage and the above place maybe ACa talogue of Prints lately and of others in tended for which are engraving by lub near LincolnsInn of Ludgate trufs and in being his butinefs ried in ail its branches by fur geon for tnat engaged in his iervice the principal hands the late Elaltick itiel bandages of all fteel backs and imtruments for lame and crooked laced knee and ancle are made according to the latelt Reid will wait upon any perlbn on the fhortefl no by a line directed as above at which place he attends every Thurfday and from twelve to three and at the Jamess coffeehoufe every Tuefday from three to Conftant attendance is givta every day at the haufe in to receive bytne fameperfon who took care of Mearesa bniinefs j and meflages or letters fent to kis houie at Chelfea will be equally To in M A VING been for feveral years pad much af flifted with a fcorbutic which hewed uieir externally on my neck and in that ears have been often and my neck overfpread with fcales like thofe of a fifh I had alraclt a continual pain and with a pain at my ftomach I left my ny complexion changed to a yellow and in hart I was in a very bad ftate of but am by the of your Maredants perfectly re covered may hew this letter to any of your or make what other ufe of ityeu as I think in gratitude I ought to acknowldge to and to the how much I owe to your medi the recovery of my health from that of a very bad with great Your obedient and very humble July JOHN in Johnfons Fleet Any perfon ftill doubtful of the ejHcacy of this medicine may by applying to the Weft iide of Golden near the only author and where thefe Drops are fold in of be fully con vinced of their by being referred to above a hundred people or who have been cured of the ulcersj the continued inflammations of tlae and every other diibrder arifing from a fouhiefs in the They may be taken in any feafon without the leait inconvenience or hindrance of They alio aad auuaingly cfeate an STATE five per deducted from teres or and but five paunds from inftead of and which makes diffe rence in the fmalleft and in the The money paid here for hares ajid will be the in as whole and in fix and at the lowett the greateft registered and examined by Stock at his at in Popes near Lombardlireet and near Dun ftans Harris over the Foar blanks to a The blanks and prizes to be annuities at the Kankof Eng bearing three per per and South Sea with their feveral India and Victual ling and all Kinds of Government bought and fold by Com The Lottery be gins drawing on Monday the i7th of All letters from town or country pyft paid duly Cjr The pubic are defired to take that I am removed from my late Office in and have no connections he wantof neceflaries deftroy the life of a poor mans as well as a rich ones Though the account can be but a rude and is varLble according o the price of and the income of the ha we will fuppofe of people in and Wales to ftan atpielentf r theirannual umption at which amounts to For Confederations on the Trade and Finances of this tbe letters The Inha bitants of Upper lafl I at at at at 30 o o 15 o o o 100 10 7 19 Here we fee half the young men and women and heal thy antffickly in towns and In the coun upon this computation The other half confume the remaining at near 10 o To PftlLQ LETTER XX T is one of the chief misfortunes of the cbfs of our fellow fubjects in that no hath ben nnde of their pecuniary va liirnercaniiccounti where men are fo apt to worlhip every image that is prf nttd to their if it is caft in one would imagine this computation coutd not have efcaped thrm bur io it a prelent trifling cunyettknce place of the confiderati n of a great lniire advantage and though we bellow out for the juftice due to thefe individual hac We fpecoiauveiy how to promote the grandeur ot the but we overlook a heavy ofs of whjch is one ot the chief cauies of national Let us examins and as accurately as the nature of the cafe will what our prfent abi lities ore anfwer the end in What the Poors rate maybe tafily known by efpecblly within the bills of But in tbe mean time I will fearch for it3 for I find deductions co incide fo that one may venture to draw con clufrjis from them in many iiie two pariflioi of and Martins in the nife for their poor near In 1765 they haA children regif tke nber reiftered being fhefe being computed on the urn amounts to But fewa much as thre are many parimeswho have very no for the 97 parifiiis within the which have only fome hundreds of adulfs fo there is reafon to the fum raifed within the bills of mortality is not ids than in his ac count of thtfc iu makes it to be and altnshoufes If the poorsrate may be eftimated at thefcbills con tain an eleventh part ot the people of Engiand and then the whole amount be I apprehend that no part cf kingdom has a j greater proportion of poor no part of it It will ftartle you to think hov tie peoiiio can fupported by fo little Lut it fiioud yoa more to confider how Hi id fo that we are tributary to every nation that ivili itnd us money and our b corn o epen five that we mortgage our fhiits on to fupport cur honour and of in a dire it lrngi in thing to the common in the couiiquencest they contribute to our eftabliihmsnt in the Amerv can world to our cur portion of foreign our rank among the nations and our liberty and at home thefi an fiihftaatiai and we to f r iut if we curfelves enriched by betiiife have made ths hand ia to the we fliall our Our in ft riches ths impraticffitK of the our mn vivre children in ether our nnd Whetlier our cliarioti be gilt cr not except tbatif wecanfume our qold in we have j much the when i feu avail Such is their ofifiluring them merely as ai tcles of That the mafs of tlie people live being fo The reaion is pl 7 10 o work are valt numbers of domeftics and others who live from hand to mouth and fave and are unccmnedted with regard to relations on the As much more than eleventh part of the riches of ths nation is fpent if the general eltimate is we may cal culate on feven hundred thoufand amount to annually fpent in thefe citirs which is one cf the vaft afftin blage of In this is but i per for this article otex Next we are to confuler a reafonable computation of national expence per Afoldier having fixpence a it amounts per to 9 a 6 A foundling at is and re quires The in a very houfe the bills of Jive been fup pojted for a length of time in and old and at per and upon the in of proviiions it is sclvancecl 19 to which is psr but all charges includtd coft the whole mali of I fuppcfe the annual con fumptionj a not to be Ids than Therefore to rearan infant not in the motlvers hands lent from thefe and treated fo as to be I compute will coft per for the five firit years full If we estimate the people in general at we muft Rot be furprized that the rearing an iflfant fhould coft SU per annum for ths fiiit five con fidering how much labour and care is required on the pare of the as well as the aliment and cloaths of the How it to pafs that the children of the even when the parents are not vigorous in frequently live when thofe of the poor often times die and that the children of tile poor in thefe cities die in fo much a greater proportion than the fame clafles of mankind in the country The diffe rence arifes from the care and the clean the wholefome the proper and the pure And how can thefe advantages be unlefs we pay a fuitahle price for them and mull rvll commodities be run up in and the valuable be depreciated Will not Hthn per when are ru win wo T 110 derate I as fine a a man was wont to fupport tliree or ftnir cliildj i himfelf on to a kii If he cannot do this at the iua up fuppofe 19 pvr u bandman in be paiti 19 or within a fiiiall a d iy for his labour j and the produce o will worth 19 more rind tli a vaii on every thing that abour pro I CM no thingwhich riles fuontaneoufiy we to condemn this po T man to tats if his wfe and children being his thca we foon want people and it will opcrats in the fame manner as the dtarnefs of the pioduce of Where the nuife muft be in n ccnfiderible degree as well as the in other the labour of a womanjii ta be with the ii to be paid the child cioathed lent from a gveat city to the diltance of 30 or 40 and a correfpondence maintained on account of the pririfh at a public chargr it is obvious that in cur prefent circumftarices this cannot be dyne properly at a lefs expence than to Si The fact that the Foundling Hospital lias made anfwer evey Thi nors have changed many cliiidren from place ta with a view to fave It is clearly that the cxpencn of a as well as that of a private nuift fcep peace wither be to its If we petid ot confume more than ovr we mult encroach on the as we do moft apparently in time cf war ws borrow of do ivl fhve aU our ability for war will cciine in is money the being Jealt within our I hope you that where io acred an objecl as life is you will not ufs any from national ne to lenve infjiits in ciiftreis for the neccflajies of nor forget that the idea of a na tion is founded in theftrength and number of indi I am alfo to recommend to that in making this eftimate of the cod or yoa will not blow hot aud cold with the fame breatii You will not lay L a grtat too much for a iiurfe nnd a great deal tcu little for a fmgle perfon in higher iuha ts The rtol value of the necofiaries of life is equal to The only difference that by habit bus iiiuds ttn times many things as the and is generally lefs Lei us rather ha grateful tiiat we have in general fo much more to ipend thrui I believe any other people on the face of this eaith and from thence ham not to tyrannize in any de gree over our fellow creatures and fellow eithtr in tLcir infant ftate or in any And furely of all of witholding the aaeans of life from an infant which can by no means provide for its however we may flatter and amutff is a moft capital offence again ft nature and It appears to me to nrifc from the fame caufe as the impatience cf Not to pay what we or to receive we ought feems to be nearly the fame If the fpirit of impofition and avarice on one and tumultuous violence on the other prevail if the preachers of the Gofpel cannot teach us Gofpel requires in conformity to the as well as the lettsr of our our governnurnt being bull
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