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   Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 22, 1766, London, Middlesex                                H A Y M A R K 5B CORNELY8 begs leave to acquaint T the THEATRE in the HAYI N B x L I T on Saturdaj the ijth I SUBSCRIBERS to will be performed a New Comic The S 0 C I ET Y in T R A KEBARNE G R A N M O G O J That the irft Meeting will beon Thurfday the The jMufic compofed by feveral celebrated ComI of November next With new new and new M the politenefsof the Gentlemen m ing their Tickets to the has been found pro ductive ofja very difproportionate number of the lat tis thought more by the Ladies who patronize the for the La dies Tickets Ihall be transferable only to and Genttemens paly TURTJlNGTbNs of WILLIAM late nephew and and now fucceflbr to Robert J urling deceafedy inventor and of that moft excellent medicinecalWTurlingtons Origfaal SaU ftm of life begs leave to inform the gen and public in that he carries on the bufmefs at the old the in Bii near theRoyal Exchange where all perfons may be afiured of having the Original and Genuine BaJfam of Lift tlie method of preparing tic fame being other per fbn being acquainted All others are notorious Pit and Boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without whch will be Vered That at the aid at half a guinea Firft Gallery Second Gallery By thwr MA J E STIES perfon fvhatfoeyer to be admitted behind the nor into the and Boxes will be opened at five To begin at half an hsur after fix oclock Vjyarvt Rtx and GORr humbly requeft the Nobility and Gear the Operas for the aigLFpTeafe to pay their fubfcriptions to frew and I at Charing jreci fh is tjurnbly defired that the Subfcribers to tfceBoxes will pleafe to fend to the Office of the a lift of the names of tlifr company to their or for Clvsr tickets for the D R U R Y L A N By his M A J E S T Ys AT the THEATRE ROYAL m DRURY THIS DAY will be Ihe CLAN The principal parts by Mifs Mrfs und With a N E w E P i L O G u To which will be The HE R MI Tj HARLEQUIN at Rooker Kear Pan Grimaldi by Mr Vckman The Dances by Signor Signora Pit Firlt Upper Piaces for the boxes to be taken of at the No money to be received at the any money returned altar the curtain is drawn COV EN T G A R D E AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented EVERYMAN IN HIS Smith Old by Gibfon Young Dyer Mat tocks Mrl Woodward Mafter SliUer Matter by Cuming JiuJce Duuirili j Bck Cob s Pittj With the CONDUCTof the LATE With an GIN A L and AUTHENTIC Fuit quondam ita nrmahsec et ut neglg vel etiaminjurias a iiium 11 xoapott JErarium rmtluif prineipum anfeiiftts jxjffagia defcripte texentur lo the tfjbtQoHtrtjt T TIS Majelty having been eracioufly pleafed to fj appoint me jointly witn Lord to be Paymatter of the my feat in parliament is thereby became vacant I therefore humbly intreat the honour of your and intereft at the next afluring you of my Iteady attachment to the laws and liberties of thu and of my grateful attention to the and profpenty oi my who upon fo ftiewn fuch ah affectionate regard to Their moft and Moft GEORGE The misfortune I have met with in breaWng my I plead my excufe not making a perfonal application at A T the Academy in are carefully taught English and by fucceffor to Falconer and Merchants by SCARDEFIELD and by who fucceeds Each Mafter has proper and any of the above branches arc at home or The days for fencing and from oclock to The young School below h continued as S T A T E L O T T R THE Shares of and Shares of are fold quar and bjr HAZARD and at their State Lpttrrj the Royal and at their houfe in Ludgate ftreehTickets and fix pehcaper eariieltacaouflt of tent All ihares at thefe offices will be ftunpt witK the and round All f letters poft paid duty anfweredv be gins drawing oa Monday the ifth Four blanks to a All kiadji Stv bo an fold by T K ma erit j ciVein qiu pro pa i ate opponatiavidiS fruftitt polthacre Tiia of C irMs Af A mjift LU i the irand it into the CONDUCT particu A FURTHER of a HonotiraHie larJy fence bis acceptance of a Printed for AL oppoiite Burlingtonhoufe Of wJioai may be hnd the following NEW P U BL AT A New being the with many ad ditions and of The HISTORY of the during the yaars and Exhibiting the co and views of that trice KJ The very and almoft fingular Juccefs wbicfrtliis book hath met is the ftrongeft and beft teitimouy af its It ha moreover tranflated in and other natiens as well as in ith much read and I j An ENQUIRY into the gard to fome late his hew connexions and With an Accountof a late Con The fifth Price c Art of the bpafted of a Late RightHo nourable Jrfa from an old Klan of Bfifinefe a The fecond edi Afatirical Price Two PROTESTS againft the Repeal of the American Stamps Act together with Lifts the Minority upon that in both Houfeiof JPar Itartleht Price only A CoiLEcTioN of ths nvoft INTERESTING TSACTs whicfi were lately publiflied in England and onthe fubjeits ef TAXING the AMERi and REGTJLATIHG tiwir Ji two JANR WTIEK and SYBiLL at thpprftitujop in Martins leave to acquaint and the lie that they have invented a particular method of marking with a that ftands warning and which more beautiful apt any needlework poffibly can The ittftrument is fo conftrufted that aay perfon rfay mark and print compliment without any eXpfnce except the tfHgintl price of the which is very reafcna they may have whole a fettof fo as tobe able to mark any name or num fheypleAfe ceatsof for tfce in the beft jDoox plates engraved and of j s and compliment carts engraWand printed in usateft S T A T E NO five per and one pound paid more at thefe offices for the chance of a twenty pound when than at any and fix pounds paid in general and fo in in alt the other Shares and chances of tickets are felling at the loweft and the greateft va in tldr tyfecond and fixty regiftered and ex amined by at his at in nearLombacdllreet Harris in gold letters over the Four blanks to a The blanks and prizes to transferable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing three per per Any quantity of tickets at the loweft and South Sea with their fe veral India Navy and Victual ling and all Kinds of Government taught and fold by The Lottery be gins drawing on Monday the i7thof All letters from town or country paft paid duly The public are defired to take that I am removed from my late Office in and have no conneeltions far A Political Anecdote of King the Card Who Would have thought Freeman of the City of figurations on Trade and Finances of this Ijfi PHILO P AITPERI two groat objects coft and tlie ipanageibentj ac naturally follow die a good pcke benattW expected tod done it mttft be be fairly prefumed the genuine dependants on bills of are of theclaft of mteiuq4 of age fubfift by theie rates for whom that they If we mean to preferve the infant hardly appropriate to their fervice a left one third to one and particularly within bills of of be It afert or lefs levied annaftlrjr I mean that It will amount to one third to one at the time when children of the firft year arrive at ten years fo as to enable the or whom elfc it may to begin to uifeer them into the It it an arduous taflc to enter into all the rKtfjn of the or adapt every meansproper for the relief of What a curiaus account it would were it exaftly what has expended on each life upon born in the workhoufesorin parifh ho or brought into them under 7 years oldin any one year how many have been actually reared from infancy j what is expended on fuch children be ing turned of feven till placed out how many of each diftinction are now Dependant on the This might open the ftttie ftill and mew little attention has been paid to the growing generation of labouring depen dant on the public in this feat of Here is fo great arcall for an annaal be it for ufe or our neglect of the Upon examining the reguiers how fhorta time theaead werei how many were itt the hands of the and how long thefe were in the and for how few any pay has been given for it doth not appear to me that the whole charge in 1765 notwithstanding a few parilhet have done their duty exceeds tv fum of for chil dren under faur years of though the laft year comprehends the remains of and There is a fum of received with rl ligitirttate which I have Shall we wonder at when it is known that fome panfh I hope not have even folieited for baftard children to be placed in their for the lake of given with well knowing they would muft not fay they SHOULD notHve to create an expence of What fay of fuch a be the in ftances few or many fo much money is more than it at prefent and no part of the prefent rates one of thefe things muft either an additional aflefiment muft be adulu who can work muft be put on fhorter and obliged more generally to work or fcoft probably both thefe things he I mean to reafon upon principles of the ftrifteft and therefore think it aUb ought to be ma turely confidered what parifhei may be united with refpeft to the as to take off the weight where t cannot be and place it where it By the laft regifters of I have jobfervecV 795 children under four years include the transfers from 1762 to but thefe transfers are fo that to make a fafe computation one can exclude any part of the number from the eftimate of one year but you find my table not of bat of ISQO If due care was I make no doubt but that many parents who now retain infants for fear they fhoidd perifh in a would part witkihemi if experience proves that they die in hands by it is right they mould pan So that if there was a proper enquiry due exertion of parochial a BWdrai expenditure ef the cecefiary the mortality would aUb itgt the Poor would have on their minds in regard to the extraordinary con fequences of The whole of the remains fince the regifter com menced will be beft explained by the following ta 1703 1764 receiv and tranf 1018 1693 79S Of whom deli vered to parents 171 410 Dead under twelve 205 390 406 Dead in all 302 626 606 635 mains from year to 63S 490 580 690 The number and the number redelivered to and the Of old CII9 3 years c 18 months Under 18 mondis 1216 faai L995 J795 635 I fceftw Children Of whom delivered in the as per ac count above Dead in the as per account Exclufive of the 470 children delivered to and the whole number is 1325 the dead 635 There remains exifting iujiU the at the This the of the and n t of thefe whofe lives ware very and iirery eafily judge at what a fmall expence the tiuiy be upon condition that the chil off in a rapid lives of 30 or yi I canaot help that at the end months in remained out of 101 but fjj added ta in twelve but 490 Allowing thehigheft expeflct on the preiejtt even the 575 to bt greferved from many of them were re of th agt of and upwardst ia and dwidei to no than the andliv to let them be equal i as high as the fourth year j wbereas my com in the loweft wfcitb I compute to be neceflary but it in accumulation of 1344 We jVfdLbqt fee what numbers have no other nurfing what they found at the hands of fickly or carelefs profligate young tlte noifome eflluvja of a Thefe being thus condemned like malefac the condition of a the LPNDON GAZE Two days agortlie mips of of audibe flhllanreof 60 with Aftrjea aud Punt Fixo arnved in this Bay from the Hava aitiareffid to have brought name en twoiuiS three lions of for the y ThiKing has been ofeafeA to order a Conge dilire to thtPrccmtpji and ter of the Cathedral Chuich of ing them to eleft a Blhop of that luiTame be ing void by the tranflatioof the Right Robert Jate liifhop to the See of Oxford And a letter recommending to the center and Chapter Charles DoftJ in to be by them elected BJhop cf the See of Lord is to givi notice to ail Psers Peereflfetj to lors and their and to foreign Mmjfters their who propofe to ceremony off the chriftening of heiRojral the Princeft on Monday next the 27 th tliai they are to between fix and feven that in the PrefottteCIunibflrajid DrtWingRoonnat Jamess B A N K R tJ P Elizabeth HudFort and John dealers and to lurtrnrffron the z4lhinftant at ten in the and oth inlhnt and ad of at four in the at for making tt ditftdftidof a Bahirupfs eflatt to bis Gabriel of Stoui in the county of on at eleven in the jtt the Crown in Stour L O N ft 6 Yefterday arnved in town From hie Royal Highnefs the of It is that the Right iheEtrrlof Mafter of the Horfe to his in a few be created a We hear Meijo de CattiOj thft Portugurse Mi will foon be fiicctexled an Lmbauador Extraordinary the Couit of The Right theEal of and the Lord are expefted in towa from from the Enft he Barony of Mai F ton near and ftnnds can didate at next general elecKon for the of which are at pretent repre ftnted by Alexandr Thomas Efiq biorlier to Lord ftands candidate for the county of in oppn fition to the Earl of that in five Governor of ftands candidate for the county of Invtrhe againft the prefent RoberJf Efo and Ma jeftys Board of ftands candidate tie county of A noble Scots Pears marriage articles ths richeft heirefs m Britain are and ths happy union will foon be Sir Lawrence has puchafetl of ihs Earl of Morton his y in the Orkney and at the value of We hear the Axguftus Heivey is appo nted Secretary to his Excellency the LortiLietuenAm of Letters from Spain that Father RecTror of the Jefuitsof and brother to MarqnisKie formerly Secretary to ths Spa nun Embafly in has been arreited ly ordir of his Catholic MajVftyj for having three thoufand copies of a found in his con cerhing the expullion of the Ffancej a work wherein not cnly roiaifters and niagillrates are but eten the facrsed pertbn of lib moft tian is mentioned want Laft week Sup Nellys of overfet in HuH antl is much Yefterday was a Court of A Idermsn at C uiL the representation of the crsafed price of from the tfakws tKe Court was pleafed to order the bread to he railed a whole or twopence in a peck afed to commence A figned by William waspre fen ted to frquefring lstAe to from the office of conftable li he had been by the fole f tat Court j and upon as he of his having been very ill ufed in thefaithfuhind piinftual difcharge of his ihe Court was pieitfeci toe m ply with liis fsid Bondj and El were agpoinreci the eight fcalcrs olkathsratLeEd n hallmarket for the year The five bit arej new in room of fom who according iand ne Monday wheat fold at tlie following prices he CornrExchange 30 quaners pe qarfrj no ditto at 30 ditto at 120 36 ditto at 60 ditto at 6odittst 58 ditto at 160 ditto at 15 ditto ai 531 100 ditto at 100 ditto at 10 at 30 ditto at No flour The befcfrelh butter fold laft week at Wojcefter market for feven a pound vtal and pork at fourpence beef and mutton at threepence haJf penny and large fowls at one fliiiiing and tenre ice a We are informed that a celebraecl lately is engaged at at fixteen guineas per The following accident happened Is ft week at zn the road hsiween iiraintree and The driver of a loadd wheel wae gon being drinking at a fuffered tfie horfes to proceed without They unhappily met a youog who was riding on anoiby before his The waggon tore the broke his four and killed him the I he ypufli was under the bat providen tially efcaped It is that the fame waggcn came the week from Biaintree and the being very much in ftaggered under the and was inftantly This morning the feflfons begix at the MondayjBight of was robbedor his andabout by a fingle betwecil the Buotanxl tueFoqoo ling hoipitah On Monday evening Jofebh Troat was charged en 03th before Sir Joha with flealing wards of in the property ef and ccmmitred t   

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