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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 13, 1766, London, Middlesex B A VM A i V and GOR moftlmmbty requeft ihe Nobility aha Subfcribers to the Serious Comic for the eafuing they will pleafe to pay their fubkriptions to Andrew Drummond and who will give proper for the fame It h humbly dfcfired that the to the Boxes pleafe to firtd the Office of the faid Theatre a lift of the names of the company belonging to their reffejSbve or for to be AeUiwrcd toeach Subfcriberin proper The Operas will begin on Tuefday the sift x ju i m T R IT R Y L A N J B S T YI THEATRE ROYAL ui THJS DAY will be prtftrtte Yatesj i Mat i Strange j by y love i Diana a Country AJrlornpjpt by tertainments qFDANcmt by S btinz firft appearance in at IBB rjiwmey to be at the curtaww drawi ff i V B N F O A R D E the THSATRR COVINT THIS DAY will be prefwted The SECOND t HENRY the Sir JOHU t Gibfonj Vwvce Wince John 6f Lancafter J Mow xafrtt i Rennet YdrV Clarice Lord C Smith Mrt Coln by Hullj Lord Chie uiderfon j by Murden TuJBce Shaliorwfer the V Woodward i Lewis by itt 4 Doll by Gardner j Sir Jtenn To whicfc ThYFROCESSION from the ABBEY at the COROHATIO With the Representation rf and the CEREMONY of the Firft Upper for the boxes to be taken ef Sarjant at the No money to U received the nor any money fciTHEREAS l of the cth aflaull Thomas Tuck and Thomas Serjeants at the of in the of their for which offence aprofeciKkmU cohmwnced againft in euence whereof I am confined m Woodttreet Coaster but out of icompaffionto my indi cent kaw contented to drop the pro onwhkhaccbuntl themmy and humbly afk their de tiaruie that it was ignorance alone that induced me fomaSe the affsmltf and I hope my and the narrow efcape I hare had wilHse a warning to others how they ill ufe any officer doing fcaft they may not experience the lame le Vfctnefc my hand the nth of DANIEL STATE Shares of and 1 Shares of are fold by HAZARD at their under the Pi azzaof the Royal and at their houfe in Tickets and Shares regiftered at fix pence per and the earlieft account of their to any part of Great Schemes the Lottery given lettersJiWft paid Sly Tour Slanks to Lottery benna oVayving on Monday tne ith of next All kinds of Government Securities bought and fold by On fburflinnext tuiU price HB DUTCH Printed for at next the ift For tbt letters fantd PLAIN DEALER Confi deratiens on the Trade of this King Theatrical PHILO LETTER XXL I fup pofed our annual aatioaaUxpence to be A and made ftich deductions from it as are cowa fpondent with many other obfer The hint may lead othess to enquiries which may tie of utility to tbt publicat the fame tinw that ex in fuch a contprehenfive matter can never reached i But we may form a confiftent idea of what we can afford and what is really neceflkry to according to the prefent prefles of the pro duce of our land and There u a certain proportion which things bear to each the knowledge of wilcX as nearly M the nature rf the thing will cannot fail of being of confide table The value of our on tljj prefent land tax of JA if it were a fifth would be but ten millions per annum i but I apprehend it is near tfnee times Let us then it four hundred and reckon the produce for the landlord 3 for the fupport of the farmer and his fami Sj aud Jbr ftock and i i the medium a little more or it is not Thistoftng 7 is Ait havenot computed the inhatutaauof North you are that I leave out the portion which thefe pay to the land fuppofing one houfe for fix is If we take houfes and pot them at on a I prefume I am within You perceive that houferent on thiv computation conftitutes one fe venth part of the efience of Our perfonal I fuppofe to be equal to four hundred millions more j and upon this I reckon a produce of per confiftihg in profits on ma produce of foreign and Oeducling the national a Remains In this general view of our being but lit tle more than a feventh part of our appear to be light j but by our cuftom of making each other pay near where the government receives but it may be doubted whether a tbird which is an evil we have brouglvt fo heavy to that we muft find the means to rtn der the burden lighter our dut and our intereft toperform as fpeedily as before things tafce a more rapid turn to You will Jutrdly from the computations which I have that I mean to overfeed the rich or rtie poor to induce them to confult each others by promoting peace and good or the happinefs of the and the comfort of the He who gives his nurfe at the rate of a with good meat and mould not think another is if flie does her duty for a whole and finds and perhaps the child in every for or Speculative political are apt to calculate on what can be done under all pofUble ad vantages i not on what is reafonable to be expected under various Let us now make our computations on a certain If fair play is we can hardly calculate the parifh infant poor within the bills of mortality at a Ids number than 1500 per arwiuoa for the fu In this computation I drop the few hundreds fuppofed to be living at the end of under four years of I reckon 1509 per to beprovided for eftimating fUe dttratmtrof life nfl higher tbanffte common bUls of t compute even fo mueh lefs than thefe as to reckon no charge on thole who are taken and die in the courfe of the On the 1 luppofe none uf the tobe delivered as returned to parents cr if they that the allowances made to women in li who nouriJk their own to eqoiva lent to I fugpofe the firft 5 years to be only a and per for premiums to for children living at the end of certain periods of if they if and contingent which makes The laft five years 1 reckon at per and allowed for makes But aa the numbers grow we muft call it 3d a which makes on the fubiequent I compute on fubfequentnumber and on which the jreateft mortality will and I in a certain with the paffion of the for faving rather thtn com pute how tliechildren may be hereafter fully inftrucl ed and provided at a after 5 yeas and a The mortality of the children beyond the com may leave a provifion for any difference that may Then the account wiU ftand thus an nually at 1500an at 1767 1768 1770 1771 1774 1776 Year of 7 10 Number aofto 3850 7048 7818 8601 16640 30640 46918 jsSoi SO 535 7 16 16 la return fSr which fum of here are a medium of even years of each about and the fame number being carried on to the age of allowing for mor tality for labour may cbft more nearly Let at the till 15 years charges ou all as living children The duration of fit for I upan a to be till years of 43 years of labour after Considering that near one fourth of are of even years of the numbers of aged whofe firength is exha and the idle of both there cannot be above peeple working to fupport and on tbeefti mation of fix days of labour in the muft gain for hemfelves and fo much as will fupport the Every mortal is at but not all in providing food and nor building thip at per consequently every perfon whole life is eftimaced years purchafe for is equal to 95 Deducting the already men tioned 76 O O Remain Nett 291 9 o By this it is not to be fupp fed the young perfon is to get nothing before nor quite pence a immediately but a medium computa tion and I believe it will be found in this king and the principality of to be near the I mean of the value of labour not that every one receives fo much per but upon the com putation tftat 35 work If there are not fo many at work as or it we make an ex pence of more than jos or if there are feven and a half millions of people to then the value of the Lbour muft be more tbau isj pence a the fail we are and Supported by wiuch bas its value the fame as the bread it to thpfe who eat We for afew the morti fying of tfae danger of placing too high a bread of the good being over the evil preflmg hard other countries having alfo their we muft have regard to it in our commerce with or we fliall lofe If therefore we confider men m no higher rank than concerned in the glory of their as dependant on nor in the of a better ftate after in confequenceof the genuine love of our neighbour dropping thefe mo mentous we a very foolifti and abfurd whenever we fuffer any child to perifh tot want of This amount of may ftanle if fach a man there who determines that the life Jboll not be preferred if it tofts fo touch but the next queftion he came to be a judge in cafes of life and deathj and on what principle it is proceeds He that has no idea of national the pe cuniary value of a is not the lefs bound to avoid fueh ncgleftor evil praftice as deftroy his fellow fub jefts and he muft be ftrangely ftionfighted who doth not fee that it is the numbers and value of that we enjoy all the advantages which the mercies of heaven beftows upon and that there upon this critical an abfolute neceffity of appro priating afum adequate to the importance of the ob I am fenfible that in the ordinary courfe of the management of without defcending to very infamous a part of this fum of may be faved but I apprehend it ought not to be but expended in fuch manner as that the end in view may be fully aud effectually well knowing that money alone will not do But the great evil hath been in faving tUe money and lofing the though no private perfon is the richer for itj and the ftate is very much the your molt obedient JONASHAN A Lettert rettiitd Americanus A Cooper and a From the LONDON This day the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor Sir Robert Lad Locum Teneus and Comwions of the city of in Common Council waited on his Majeliy and being introduced to his Mnjefty by the Right Honourable the Earl of James Efq the made their compliments in the following To the Kings Moft Excellent M Moft Gracious We your Majeftys moft dutiful and loyal fub May and osnrnontof the city of in Common Council with the melt zealous ardour and affediun embrace the earlieft opportunity of approaching the throne of the beft of with our joyful congratulations on eviry event to your Majetty and falutary to your The iafe delivery of the a Princefs len dleared to your Majeily and the whole nation by every and viituous fills our hearts with theutmoltthankfulnels to Divine An increafe of your Majeftys auguft family by the birth of a Princefs cannot fail of diffufmg uni vrrfal joy among It all your faithful as it far ther to them and theiu polarity a long con tinuance of thufe which they have hitherto enjoyed under the protection of your The aufpicious marriage of your Majeftys rayal the Princefs Caroline with that great Potentate the King of Denmark on which we beg leave to felicitate yourMajetty muft afford the mott interesting not only to us and all your Majeftys loyal but alfo to every Proteftant power in Royal Sir to afTare that your faithful citizens of London are ever ready to evince to all the that their hearts and affections are fincere oblations of gratitude to your Majefty for your cpnttant paternal and efpecially for the recent of your tender attention the necef flties of your Signed by order of JAMES To which Addrefs his Majefty was pleafed to return this mott gracious anfwer Your loyal and affectionate profeffions upon the happy events of my Queens fafe and the marriage of my filter to my very good ajly the King of cannot but be moft acceptable to It is wuh pleafure that I fee the jutt fenfe which the city of London entertains of thofe which the neceflity of the occafion obliged me to take far the relief of my people and I hope they will have thfsdefired effeft of quieting mens and re moving the diftreffes wjiich feemed dailytoincreafe They were all received very and had the honour to kifs his Majeftys After which bis Majefty was pleafed to confer the honour ot Knighthood on Robert Darling and Tames the Sheriffs of sity of tiltober tf A Infer from tbt Rw Kepptlj ta of tbt dated m board tbt Katberitujacbt in tbe tbt of OSebfrt I arrived on the coaft of Holland jrefterday morn and got fafe over the with UerJDanitft about ten o clock and am now in fo fair V that I expeft to land ner Majefty at Rotterdam The King has been pleafed grant unto Francis Earl of Hertford theoffice of TvIaT ter of his Majeftys in the room of his Grace John Duke of The King has been pleafed to conftituie and appoint Right Honourable Earl of Hillfborough of the kingd m of Soamt Edward George John Ro Jeremiah William and Thomas to bebisMtjeltysGom miflioners for Trade and The King has been pleafed to conftituje and ap point Robert John Francis and George together Efq in roem of Marmaduks pfq de to be Commiflioners ror and ifegu lating his Majeltysduties cf George Sowcrby and Richard brandy merchants and to fur icuder the i6th zjd at etvcn in the and aid at five in the at Bays apptiniid making the dividends of Bankrupt tflates to Robert of ift ef at four ta the atGuiivl Anthony Ten ef the 6th of Noveatbj four in the at William of linen the izth of at five in at t V William the and William Chef the of and copai the of at four iu the af at John of the 6th of at four in the at John of the 7th of at four in the as John of the 7th of at four in the at John late of ho the 7th of at ten in the at the Coach andHorfesin John Taylor of KLinglton upon mercer and the at threein the at cotfechbufe io Kingrton upon Certificates ta be aUaiutd to Robert of in on or before the tirft of Godfrey of on or before the irft of Alexander of the inner i but now of the Kinds Bench merchant ind partner with Geurge of the Ikid r Janiaici in the Welt on or at Saturdays Gazette contains betides the addrefs of the city of London of of Glou cefter and Norwicii the firJiof which fiey lo alljr that tljey etc it sheir happin is and glory rp be the uibjedts of a tinder whoie government vf iujnuliion is the belt proof of our lcve of and tlie belt fe curity tor its continuance in whole hands prerogative may jultly be ttteemeci hc gift of lira directed only to rhe glorious purpnfsot luccuur ing and blemiiy The Gazette alfo contains the addixls to his of hoth Houfes of of Province of for rhe the can In which tliey tu fure his that they ftrive evince loyalty to his iacred jnd luing truly lenfitile of the advantages derived o rfieui from the protection their mptuer country mt it and ever will their and true to remain connected with ami ipen dent the imperial crown upon ihe lolid baris of the Britiih coauuu A reprefentation has been made to Uie tuat on Wednefday the ill a thrown into the houle of i f t ot Trowbridge in the county of Wilts Is vai directed as and contaiaed the v To J Cock Duck Street Troge Trobridge and Bradford Dam you Long Jack and you Eel as T under are Going to takeing up ol loin of wick the iirlt man that is taken up dim us if we dont be Revenge of jouand all you Efecls jc Longing to fo I would I ive you take rue wat you are going n a concider for the and before worft c of i for it is but a r Both have to Live if ajmy farther in this aiairlb I will Reft tiU you heir further ot us fo I am you Savt flams is hot and hell is hoter en Saturday the cght oclock in the a hayrick A foul contiguous to the town of wai fet on and one half thereof before the ftid fire could be his for the better diicovering n bringing to tice the perfons concerned in the ening and in letting the t lulnyrick on has been jpleafed to promile his molt gracious par don to any one ot exce t tie peiibn actually wrote the faid thrcitcinng or rired who diftover her accom plice or therein to tfiat or they may be conviftel Ana the faid jjiam BeU both of Trow bridge iT tue county or promiie a reward of fihy pounds to any periui or perf making uch I heia of kiU tgwn lyavs aUo promiied a rtward ef fifty
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