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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 29, 1766, London, Middlesex in the HAY Saturday newrj Navem erfonneilapiSiew Serious AKNE GRAND Mutfc competed by celebrated Com Wifib new now andnew Pifxnd Boxes to be put and no pnTms to beadmitted without whclr wilt be deli vered That at the laid at Haifa guinea Firil Gallery Second Gallery By their M A j E S TI jKrrfon wbrfribever to be adtniitad nor into the orcheftraJ T3ie Galleiirtiiit will be opened To half an after fix oclqck VivantAex VINCENT moft humbly requeft the Nobilfly aftd Gen Siibfcribers to the Ofteras for the enfubig fea wilKoleafe to pay their Aibfcriptions Ajidrew Dswaanond and at Charing It if humbly detired that Subfijpibers tb the Boxek wRj pleat to fend to the Office of the Aid TheatMj a hftof the of the company belonging to their or ffer fdver tickets for the preparing fche D R U Y v A N By his M A J E S T the THEATRE Mr Tftjij3MWV will be wefented K i NO L A King JteweU by the m B fienriet Vy th M A JL Boxes Upper Places fartht boxes be taken of at Co VwiJ T f R L O V in V 1 t L A G Beard Jufttqe by Snufer Young Mattecfet Dyer Old JkMctj jDftnitall Baier boiab Wsflkar j for the ad time which will be The JNT1UGUJNO Drunken WoxSrard Pit Upper Places for boxagto betaken of Mrvferjant No moaeyjo be received at the nor 70 v hating been giacioufly pletfed to fc appoint me Jointly with Lord to be of the my feat in paflixrneftt hi thereby becwne vacant 1 therefore humbly inireat honotor your rote and iittereft at the next aflfcrjngJGU nqj fteady attachment to and of my CO ibr and my who upon fo aany hewn fuch an afficlioriate regard to Their moft and Moft htuoble GEORGE The rnisfbrtune I have met with in breaking my I plead my excufe for not making a personal application at Tha day is 7 pricf ANEW SPANISH GRAMMAR j The tlwHfANISH LANGUAGE Con tiiniflg an ewfy and compendious Method to fpeak mw write it With feveral ufeful Remarks QOtfie nioft particular Idioms and fundamental aswell in ipeaking V The from the belt ObfervatibnsbfSpanifh and parti cularly of the Royal Spanish Academy Madrid Alfowwral of the moft ufoal and familiar with By JOSEPH GtllAL DEL Teacher of the Spahilh Printed for oppofite in the BoukieHrr to his price Ibis day if Neatly printed in Two bound i lihiftratgl whb coppir plates of the various In firumcntta and Experiments of and ex ptained in f bis HE GENTLEMAN and LADYs of the WORKS by ao4 mteH i flt i peeticai contain ing rhe PWlifophy of and of the At yie ufe of theCeieitial and Terreftrial thvPniioinpfcy of JJght and Colours and the ufetf all forts sf Optical I nltrumentsj the Phi Jofopny of and the of By B MA it Prinwd fbry near Templebar and the at honfe in Fleet the General in tsayjiflw be prke i 6d oly ta TINCTURE an cure forjhe Ode halfounce bottle is enough for one pffct printed and fold by the Wlowiaf Sp Rufiel at the ahtH f printer at Kawich at Jfoueeflerj at B MeiR Fletcher acCam fa book at Huntingdon Ro atBnryY TeSrr Chejjnsiord pt Worctffcr at Er ftoJ at 4hdi market j Thomas at Jtumdon it at A 07 perfoh tailing according to by 10 4ftiniYng proper proof of ffiaH chejr money to has been buffd ofji very number oF thv tis thought mort bythe patromaetbe for thett Aall be firamftrabie only to id Gentlemens only to t T the THEATRE in the the will bedeiiver tnd GOMIC On interefting and diverting SWBJE6TIS Gallery The doors to be opened at and to begin half after Places for tlie boxes to bttaken of Mi the X TJIUE FRIEND to thou tad A To PHIL O LETTER come now to examine what hathpift in the Life of in oar time Tfee iccount ftaftds thus j Diminur 1696 1710 1711 1719 I3751 la the of fiMBrteen yeantj ta the difference of niwrtbert encreafed gradually from kef ping to about medium till to went up to tlie in tbemean timeapt fiOcsreaTrng above The next itif diimnarioni wpoa anteditup the fearner it 7409 and no deiud of the finarf more in Upoo a medium 18 no Irfs than feversj then pre vailing in thefe thedbft being a 1730 to by and fcven m The Fromi to encreafe to For which a very natural caufe is afTrjnenv name the ufe of Gin which Hk a and was indeed as fatal to the offfpring of the labouring part of our fellow and to the common pe of the good Biihop of and that true Chriftian liave fet this calamity in fuchalight as will never be forr From 174010 the medium of the an nual diminution is no lefs than 14165 From this time to it varies from 7 to 10000 In 1751 and it declines to 6897 From this account one might be led to think that thefe cities contained very nearly as many inhabi tants as they do or that they were lefs heal thy the latter feems to be the The advantage of country feats was lefs known to our their ilreetswere more their ftoufes lefs and they devoted more hours to care and which tended to fwefl the bills of morta We are now to the aera which afforded a temporary relief to the parifli Infant the Foundling The abltraft of the account of 1753 to Hands Medium of J7537 1754 1755 J During the Foundling ijjioo of 19497 7593 Since the Hofpital was fliut 17637 i6zOa I 14191 17650 r Medium of 8089 Hence it that in the oSurfe thirteen years there is an encreafe ofthe diminution one 3d 1993 on If if aotone 3d part encreafe of then the proportion arifes from the accumulation of the nuhiheifwho do not the dilfolutenefs of the common and particularly the neglect of f mortality chiefly The years to are ceding the the Founding In the years 1757 to the WM and as the number of 4ie4 under tho care of were buried out of bijlJt of we muft not beJTurprized to of 770 upon thefe three All thefe pailiUes feut their infant and wkbout feme othtj children belongin It is tq be of the fubfe5uent to that the wasencreafagy partly from the hofpital being feat and from an CH creafmg number of At the clofe of a fubjefts return and the iirqroafe of inhaiitarits muft have been confide hi fcjf no means fo great as one third pnrt If 8089 are drained off by of though it is a local evil it affects the whole ff ntytibers go to ournaw and his Majeftys and Afcroie it behoves us to we qfc fuch purpoiea and rather fuffer fo bleod to be taken fi pm our than children to become a facrince for want of a ne Riches and do not tend to longivity and you fee that and ind znAJiriigtt and domeftic negkcls of infant befides difeaJfesof various unite their force againft Let hovy we will if rcaiii the and the burials encreafe o as to make an annual additionallofs of or ajefi it muft arife from one of thefe caufes marriage at a makes no progreis ftith the encfeafe of or that tHMibers of people have no encreafe come here equal to the augmentation of the morta the numbsr which come herb annually it the greater it the propor tbfi of mortality upon the binhs will and the mere we flall drain tle parts of thefe dominions where people might be beft employed in agriculture and It is the aged who come there but people in the prime of either to go or the town with gf which are for and too many for and a unla 4f we add labour of bringing the of life far a AvperfUious multJtudircongregated on one with working itt the field or at the we hall find the doubled efpecia cuftom amoyRtv te kind prohibition of to certain To eacreaje as well as in other is Far Qorti being if we countenance mac shidtake care of ought forely in to providjff the fmevfs of and the promoting tise arts of peace j and to fupply a rf afonsible jpts ef detrramled for the and If we may a Judgment from tliepFofiifion cf was fuch a rage of cangiegaLe and live in as atthis time butpart of this muft be impured to the build ers defire and the numbers MjholivejJn the jntereft of the public diminution here being To It Tennis as if increafe of buiJdingg our increafe in ftich loS J Arid wiflied fome means could be contrived to tuoi the current of the inclinations of a part oK the people ta fome other There are many healthy fituations in this kingdom we have acquired an elevated tafte in thexllfpofition of houfes we what belongs to What a delicious town might be formed out of thefuperfiuities of If the inhabitants of fuch place were to live chiefly by fowlngandiplanting the immenfe a traffic in fplendid it might be Happier for them and Such a city might eafily be mauntamed by 3n and WeAminfter immedvately with the neceflaries of and receiving foreign or raanufaSuret in Theidea of a rural city is not contradic and might have charms far fuperior to thofe rhat we enjoy I am fenfible the fuggeftioa will appear to you yet I apprehend fome thing of thekind will be done in lefs than half acen front choice or a the inhabitants of bofh the new city and the old enes would marry ili greater ac they would be die better enabled to and Hand left ineach Bothers If men of vaft fortunes and who now level or dig through and cut mers for would build fuch a carry part of the inhabitants from hence to people we ihould become fo much the and more happy We need but look back for one hundred and fifty and we find die Burials within tfce of exclufive of near dead by the K The only the diminution of s by wafte in it including die near upon a is annually The upon a of the 3 laft years being if we go on 150 years longer in the fame we fhaJ lofe God only knows where we hall find recruits for eods of frequency of and fuppliea for large and extenfive dominions unlefs we canfind means to render the produce of the earth If fo many unite theirforce againft we muft alter our and en her bring ourfdves into a mere or Ure means to expand our and yet makeitfur With regard to the diminution created by thsfe ci catfanylace boaft of fo fo fo and b beautiful a fituation If we contemplate tfce the the rifing the neighbouring and the beautiful inequality of in fpiteof this unnatural multitude con fucli a we can hardty obicure any the of ks tt render its environs difpkfaflng fmelL The ehsiitof like the bars of the avail ravages mentj but ifi tea we halt fee tbefejjejds again pafture lands wi th that pfenty of aniniitl mitriment for children whicK our wejUwatered fur jwwrf mofi obedient ferv To PRINTEI tyt IRBAP a letter id relating to the altered coniediot kd which I thought wot foBie Fmali ftajeof fenfefand of Wjrcherly and Ite of a wliol aminfonuedisthe He dound grea ands his replrtatjon eftabliftedtoth at a and an hs takes Abe liberty entehaiajnjjf tbe rown any fiimTy aHiir his as Gar rick is well affiired nofrOiit uj aLtiioufasd capable of of the a but will beW by thefUdgmentof ofcfier but forjiy part I htye aU my and am deter fliajf be rhe eriteiioh By whi I will lamyopi author deiervts b and line ft in th Temple of No theatre in The world the ilt of and the i forms thole been adapted to ibe one would fhirik iheir appetites to be fo voraciouCy fondoftfeeaTnUl anrf to digcJi fo nry qcrck fee can equal ForgetnHthebeaL ties of Oi The Plain Dealer was altered to great rout is reailya very decent plgj f wifh I could fay ai much of f he Coiin try Gjrl It is to be fore but it is of all the wit and beau aiidsll the faiiirs are Jsft It will be more than a rncleif it third town ale fo bpifriqnated 01 the Not evert thejuigment of a the iwmour of a Palmer and a nor the rh atnu ble nor fprigblliriaft r f ing can As to MWi Tt ally am the poor to fi ftah pearance under fuch disagreeable ma character that is fo much againft abfo I Wonder where to endeavour to rtiin her on her firft Oh it to ths hit In any other I Jo not doun but me would have given great to the I eapnoi help fa there is a to rob T wliv is hecatt into apsrt where He is in a torrent of th beginning to the end of this thofe are to5 great anr violent For the poxvet of any without chdangeriighis in Moody at In and tp pToihrute fuch wakable pbyers in fi ridS a comedy is thehcight of Let rhe booths ot Bartholomewfair abound wHb low and vtflgar thoughts 5 but Jtt the be the patrons of and Tlrere Jn every aK and ftriic ing precepts which properly attended with Com Jton fenfe in the wiil hefufficient todireft hrm towards let tie authors be encour aged who iiave felrilhy of fublimity of and ftfengfh of aaflwhofe fine ima gmjlfionl the O neer jhay folly feiize the throne of Nor dofnefs lay the realms of genius JWfural ufes to rhe ftage belong pantomime or pufpofe was the To purge the andrtfofm the mind To give W nature all the force of J And while it charms the ear to mend the heart om One L of Mondovi n Pied of the e aoured ftcrerjy to ruin Jn hopes thereby of his A number of ofhcm pronJifcl Ids gave him only to hope that they would declared tbemfelvesin S2 knowing that the Ccwr d v of his voud takfiie like ponder at lead appeal ance of or theR1 tliwgs if fpeedily wife a corps of good in PiednShr and fend them o This Vuch alacrit when te affair ret wind ft d of amved in the Bay of on Jl aae wod afid i Jici of
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