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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 23, 1766, London, Middlesex O C T O B E R 23 H A V M A R K B ilT the THEATRE in the HAT the a A Serious The Mufitf celebrated Com With new new and new Pit and Boxes to be put and no perfons to be aihnitted without whch will be deli vered That at the uid at half a guinea Firft Gallery Second Gallery By their MAJESTIES Ne perfon whatsoever W be admitted behind the nor into the The Caller fit and Boxes will be opened at five To begin at half an after fix oclock Vjvant Rex GOR mcft humbly requljft the Nobility and Gen Sttbfcribers to the the enfaing fea Will to pay fubfcriptions to Andrew Druromonn aad at Charing It is humbly defired that the Subfcribers the Boxes will pleafe to fend to the Office of the laid a lift of the naiqes of the cempany belonging to their or fqr filver tickets tbe the JJ R U L A N hit M A JJB S T Vs AT the THEATRE ROYAL in DIVRY THISDAY trill be prefehted MUCH ADO ABOUT by arricJt j Claud Palmer Yates Palmer VitJTthe VIRGtft C t V E N I G A R D E By DESIRE of Their Royal the Princefs of the Princefs thenRoyal Highneffes the Dukes of and CUMBER AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented S GL U I R E cf A L S T I The Woodward Bel fond Smith f HuJJ Dun ttallf Sir William Edward Gibfon by Baker 5 Mrsi Ifabellaj Mift CORNELYS beas leaVe to acquaint mHE NO Bit IT Y and 1 S U B S C JR I B E R S to The SOCIETY in SouoSotr That the fidl Meeting will be on Thurfday tlieadth of As the pditenefsof the Gentlemen ing their Tickets to the has been found pro ductive ofja very difproportionate number of the lat tis thought more by the Ladies who patronipe the La dies Tickets fiiall be transferable only to aad Gentlemen s only to TURLINGTONS BALSANt of WILLIAM late nephew arid and now fuceeffor to Robert urlihg inventor and patentee of that excellent medicine callerf Turiingtons Original al famof life begs leaweto inform gen and public in that he carries on the bufmets at the old W the in neaCJbc Hoyai Exchange where ail perfoM may be afluTed ot having the Original Gemteu Balfam of Lift a the me hod of preparing the t to none other per ion xcquainted All others are notorious ENTLEMEN who chufe to be furmfti d with VJ may havethem on ing Frock foits of luperfine middle fuits per 7 threefiiits for and four fuhs for otherwise a as fur a fmall middle middle fize the beft Bath beaver furtouts ditto of baize belt cotton velvet breeches ditto fourthread worfted a frock uit of with fcag As there wants room to particularise pleafe to obierve I have eftimafes of 960 garments equally As the above charge is very may caufe fome to fufpeft the quality of the goods it is therefore need ful to urge in my a twofold evidence of thes contrary being confident my are critically and jf not found cannpt expeft the future commands ot thofe gantje r had other inducement to employ efTcntial to my future asto thoie wftofe pricei are it will ever be the iriteneft and care tojirefttplte that ybilr F the Bbck IpTMBfi K JUA N i tf 1 Ofteber NOTICE b benetygtvent the Annual Gqteral bit Lieutenant cy of and th the tounty of iviil bfid on Tutfdny ibe ttaj if vdknttp ft of the cvitk in tbtfore tn afpoint ibe times far kalctingtbt Meetings cf Deputy and Juftienf ibt Ptace in wt and for extcutkz tbt This elay is in ANEW SPANISH GRAMMAR j The ELEMENTS of the SPAKISHLANGUAGE con taining an eafy 3m compendious Method to fpeak and write it Winh feveral ufeful on the maft particular Idioms Slewing hew to make ufeof sswell in peaking as in The whole extracted from the ben Obfervations of Spaniih parti cularly of the Royal SpanHh Academy feyerai of the molt uiual and faouiiar with By JOSEPH GIRAL DBL Teacher of the Spaniflx Printed for oppofite the to his Speedily iuiU be THE CONDUCT of the LATE ADMINI STRATION With an containing ORIGINAL and AUTHENTIC Docu Fuit quondam ita firma hsc civitas et ut vel etiam injurias ci vium fare pofet jam nan JErariam nulliim auRontas ordinumeji Juffragia dtfcripta itntntxt banarum auitnuiad mtttun noflri ordaiis exfyeditusjam non erit civem qui le pro pa triae falute opponat ioyidise fruttra pofthac re THE of C MS A That Patriotifmsa muft For the Urand it A FURTHER ENQUIRY into the CONDUCT of a late ight Honouraoie particu larly fiicg bis accept once of a Printed for Burlfagtonhoute in Of wham may be had the followine NEW A New being the ditions aad of The HISTORY of the during the years and Exhibiting the and views of that Puce or and almoftfipguhr fuccefs which this book hath met is toe ttrongeft and belt teitnnonyef its It has moreover been and other nations in as in it is much read and II An ENQUIRY into theCoNf0CT a Late Right Honourable particularly in ie gard to fome late his new connections and With an Accouat qf a late Cou The fifth An the PRINCIPLES and boafted of a Late Right noupble In a Leter froin ajt ol4 IVjantrfBufintfs to a loble The iecpnd edi The PRECIPICE j A Tatirical Price Two PROTESTS againft the of the together with Lilts of the Minority upon that in both Houfes of Par liament Price only A COLLECTION cfths moft INTERESTING TRACTS which lately in England and pti the fujetts of the AMSJil CAN and REGULATING tkeir Tji two Price THIJATWCUSA LOVER OF on the Trade Finances of this PRIN T Ek of the A Z E t T B T can hardly be morals of the young of tlis enormous city at as infioencxd by which are on the as me fermons Which proceed ftolin thtpulpi If this it becomes a le giflative that nothing which can vi tiate Ae mbd sol the fljould be delivered from the play houfe more than from the Pt is eafy to Uiat the trical part deeper than words aloae j befides tile influence of precept in common to aclien and mufic AM unlrequenthy are added to the drama j and I am that very few with fee reprefented as fuccefsful on the depart Sfom thr play with vhe fame abhorrence of it with which There is fomething in youth which too naturally induces them to follow the example of every thing that is with out diftinguilhing whether it truly laudable or not On this account there needs no incentive to inflame that already too apt to run into criminal by the exhibidous of fuccefs ful Should a new feft ftart up among the numerous abfurd ones which are already known in this and the prolaic parts of be Beggars Opera J be formed by them into and rhepoetry into I imagine the nptwithftandrng the prefent fpirit of eonfider it as a moft heinous and who were en gaged in fi atrocieuj an aft mould the fame with zil the additional powers of dramatic be from ftage I were we aflured thatt permitted on their crimes with for bji their are deedvpd and to eteriaal wfcould anmcd at this than at their height and it woald ther they ifttended to fupport nir to fubvert tional Of tlie which fufemi at lovvs in cenfequeqca of their admiratwn on die I am notable to decide 1 remem ber one of thofe fellows who robbed Lord Hairing when in Newgate feat for the Beggara in order to ftvdy the manners and to Bebave like him whilft to die as he con ceived the Captain would have it would prove no derogation to the dignity of a to prohibit enter tain on the ftige and lince all new are examined by authority before they are given to the tt is a pity that the old arenbt Aibmitted to the feme inqueflr j for it i undoubtedly great a nutionaiad vantage to prevent the fubjecls from be ing corrupted in their as to fecure a from being rendered ridiculous and to that purpbfe the Licenfing Aft was inftituted Should ufeful a regulation take what a number of comedies would with be doomed to utter dark nefs Wicktdnefs being tius reprefented as triumphant in the saoft ignorainious and profligate of the lower ranks of tie the leaft tke Great can is to and follies untouched in the tiie was refolded to inform myfei cccallan of tie dearnefs ef proviuNms over ais I bal travelled a very Httfa way before T wns fatisfied that the vtrr thing I vwu going ta do wit I my cltate was the cafefe o ill nut only of but a much wjich d populating the My ettate had fercr fry confequently feven arid all ones too for F reckoned and ilisfe wr Holes than feventythree ani children it every wife reared as much poultry fus fold alt tlie next market town as cloatlied which was to her whjtt the great ladiis call Pn Afaeyt cacll farm reared as many hogs as Supported their with the help of a of butchers mtSt on Sundays and I immediately deicrnfmad I would not add my mite to the deftracHn of tfifs by turning mylittle farms into cne grest and practice will prove our ruin if not thought on irt I muft have turned fix fanfilies to fiiift for tlApfelves out of feven and nrt only but kept butchers dowrt iri the market by the cujruuiry of poul fent into the all their COjfrt which was carried to mirket on nvr ket And whar was I to have fuhitituted in the place of thefe fewn ufefxii VVlry inftead of feventytliree futils on my would have had ten or a doyen only whofe wife might have ordered her to have bred a few fowls for her own and my great tenants would have fold all their corn by to have been delivered at the next fhipping port and vs fed his tlom ftics with beef out of the Thus fhould I have made at leaft fixty anc theprice ofevery of life m the rteighbmir i v To the PRIN FEK the NEED any man he a conjurer to find out things and muft be fo much dearer in and about London than not the town fwel led to if net quite double the fize it was Are not the number of inhabitants greatly I do not know what number increafed Does not a greater number of people con fume more provifions of eueivy kind than a lefs number does Are not thofe fields which ienred the town with and fine fquares and ftreets Are there not double the number of horfes kept in London within1 thefe very few every chand keeping and country within ten miles of this metropolis Do not even butchers now go to neighbouring fairs and markets in port in ftead ojn as formerly Does not every JlOpkeifernow keep a table equal to what any man five auoired a year did formerly Has not every mechanic as much victuals drefled daily in his houfe have ferved his forefathers three at befidet his pott man in and country houfe Where then is the wander that all necefTa ries of life fliould be fo dear in and about London injjead cf this evil will 1 uxury feems every day fo te do with the fize of the town and unlefs the latter is I fuppofe Hampltead and Highgate in a few be alfo to the total ruin coun But now a word or two for the diftant counties I have myfelf a fmall eftate in a diftant of about four hundred and twenty pounds a Year j I have no lefs than feven tenantron and about a year that is in fields about a little hoafe I have un I this fummer fet cut to vifit fome friends I had in different at when I mould ar rive at my own little went with a refoiirion to endeavour to let the whole to fome one fubftantial man that would remit me ray rent to London where I conftamly liwe without my having any further trouble of collecting it from different tho I fry they always paid well but in my tour I young men ot low Mrth will not ftay jnthe c vlisie is nothufinefs for them the year by means of nnd they can never by ihe fairs of their in duftry and length of to arrive at wherewithal to take a farm of four or fire hundred a tho frequently ufed arrireat one of when there was any fuch in and Iertie upon it but all up to to for where they douc fiid it rlifn fo Ame It is the fame women for want of fmall firms there are nd fuiubls matches for nor employment j the men aad fol low become proftimtcs through neceiTity in this and then fhip themfelves for ioine of bleffed colonies by I am afraid I am already too but tfecugij fo ill handled by the fhbjeft appeared to me fo intereftJng not help entertaining hopss you In confequence of I Gar in thdlaft refufed a written by on the fubject of Henry and becaufe the then King had a As the theatre is capable of inculcating good man fters beyond the and ten pi ays are read for one fermoJW by ill thofe wh o are not brought to repentance by old and attending to the maxims of the Dra even fuch as are thought indifferent to vice or are hardly to be tolerated in a well reghlated On this account all thofe pan tomimical entertainments fhould be and none permitted of that kind for the turure for it feems a too great indulgence io fuffer patentees to grow rich by ruining ue morals of a Let the playhoufe then contribute to the education of good and let no pieces be afted but fuch as tend to that 1 have been led into thefe by the account which been given in the papers of thofe anmfe mtmtt which are to exhibited on the two theatres in the enfviing Drurylane isjto afford the Ccunlry by the vamp of tranflated into tlie Country the Devin efu Pillage tranflated intot e Ctantafg with open ical finging and which would have been called a Comic Opera had there not been ro lie one in the Ail thefe are more than iufpefted to be the productions of who not content with being patentee and prince of engrofles even the little chance which writers for theatres might oherwife expeft from that of h ving their pieces received and thus he betomes univerfal monopolizer ot every branch cf one Indeed the farce called the Narrow Sfcapeis faid to be the pro of an unknown Such being the itate of tilings in Drurylane men of letters have fire encouragement to ftudy for the inftiuclion and dtverfion of the At Coventgarden we are to have a e author makes no fecret to have taken from Mo lieres School of to which I better fuccefs than the No Grits Emmy but bis met with and Love in tie by the author of a in which I wifh him lefs fuccefs than in the if he has that piece from fome as he did Hat from the Pillage Such being the ftafcr of thefe two toge ther with ferious and eojnic Opera at the Hay it may fo tftat the tqwn may be or with little elfe thandarice fbng through the and ail our Gnall rem nantof bs fung and caperedout the kingdom by the We may then be de nominated the with equal as we hitherto been called the ringing Thefe for fuch they really areeafy Since the licenfing of two houfes the too well cpnyinced that they can rill them without tert Jtnd therefore witji the greateft prevailed on to receive their The law which limited the number of playhoufes ought to have taken companion on dramatic authors and had the theatrical performances which are been to be delivsred to the Lord to be re ceived by and thence the fome compenfation for the abridging the number of theatrefrjnight have been found in this regulation a regulation abfolutely if we expeft to fee a return of dramatic who may do honour to their and the theatre to become the fchool of I am Letters LeoffqntA grand Jeve at Reformed I cabinet council was and did not i near four ghf tord Adam Gordon will GjjvernoV of inthe room of Henry Efqy appointed Ainbaf jaTdOT to the Court of Itls from Swedtn foon tofet out pn hjs jttuni io Ytfterday Of for tokeep reliance for fix Yeflerday arrived from his at their houfe in Hailey Yefterday arrived at his hoi fe in Row from his feat at in The Right Earl Temple is expefled in town from his in a Yetterday arrived but brought A perfin has lately been apprehended at for putting off a number cf 1 fh It has been obferved at tirt aU the late ihotks of the earth in that either at or a few minutes bfore They writs from tia t frigate of four taitans had juft fsr on of which part of the auxiliary troops under General were to embark from tiat onthur to Yefterday an exprefs prrivsd Trojn an account that the isnrived fafe at that fhe parted company wi h the an hundred fo the Weft It is fuppofed the is for The Fly fbop of from a and the Ti ger from with rji Ambaiudor on bonrd from theEnperor of axe arrived at The Mjlford man of from is arrived in the of the who is arrived at Briftol from on the 7th infh fpoke with the iron North Carolina for Lon had been fiven then in had ferved out two pounds otbread ro each and tlntwas all they had on board Capleitone having near 13 weeks his provifions weit very could them who is arrived a t Biiftol from fpoke with the Berey from Jaauicufar whofparwi her a wii of water and awot a weeks I fhall now concluds with one piece of informa tion I which that by thernaii3 of thefe great farms tiiere are not a lixth of the poultry and hogs bred in Eoaland that were a vcfy few years gttt there muft be veal and lamb con fume j in proportion to the de creafeof the pouldy and It isin the any man to convince himfelf in one months time of the truth of all that here of the fatal COnfequences that muft atterd rtis lirjng of There are people whi two thciWand pounds or more a year how many families and ufeful luojefb would be bred cfvfuch an divided into farms of one cr fity pounds a year An L
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