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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 31, 1766, London, Middlesex i F R I D A O G T O B E R 3i A vVM A the KINGg THEATRE in the HAY thje of be performed Serious RAKEBARNE GRAND Mufic cejnpofed by feveral celebrated With new new and new and Boxerto be put and no perfons to be admitted without whch will be vexed at the faid at half a guinea FirftGallery SecondGallery their ftl A JE S TI S HV ptrfon whatfoever to be admitted behirid the JceneSj nor into the The Pit andBoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an after fix oclock Vivant Rex CRAWFORDi and GOR requelt the Nsbility and Gen SMbfcrinefi to the Operas for the enfuing to pay thek fubfcriptions to I at Gharing It is humbly defired that the SubCbribers tO the Boxes will pleafe to ferid to the Office of the I fail a lift of the names of the company belonging to their or for lilver the preparing the K U R L A N 2 By his M J E S T AT ROYAL in DRVRY THIS DAY will be pfefented The A L C H Y MIS Burton 5 Facei Palmer Sir Epi cure Love Baddeleyj Abel 5 Vaiighan by Dame Bennet Doll L Ek F A LR Y A L Boxes Pit the boxes to be taken of at the CO AT the THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented K I N JS JO H Hull Prince Mr RSfliith GardnerSalif Anderfbii j the Ba by Smith Queen Baker Prince Mifs Vaiois Towhich will be The PROCSSfitON fiapm the the C O R O N A T I 0 the Representation and the CEREMONY of the poxes Pit Firft Upjipr Places for the fp be taken f fiarjant at the v No money to lie received the nor iny te bereturned after theourtain is drawn To 3 On TlxurtiJay November the itbr By S A W U E L B A KE At his licufe in be at fix BENJAMIN CLE ft i no v N The Books rjiay be on iotHe time of tp be ha 1 at the following bookfellers ftreet j crufs iJro CornhilU near fogifile bar and atthepjaceof S T A r E O T T E R THE Shares of ahd Shares of are fold in quar and by HAZARD and Stock at their State Lottery under the Royal and at their houfe in Ludgate Tickets and Shares regiftered at fixpence per account of their fuccefs fent to any part of Great AH Shares and chances fold at thefe offices will be ftampt with the aod round Haaarifi Littery All letters The Lottery be fias drawing on Monday the of next our blanks to a Ail kinds of Government Securities bought and fokl by Man who can write a good STATE L J T T R Yj and Chances of are fold in great variety by BRO0KSBANK and Stock at iheir Lottery the corner of the back of the Royal Exchange where feveral capital prizes have been ftared and particularly aprize of In the firtt 17635 a of of in the fecond 1764 aad tbe in the Jotfciy J765Schemes of Lottery given The money for the prizes and lhares arid paid at this office as fobn as Tbe prizes and blanks to be transrerrable ajinuiries ihe JBaak of bearing 3 per per annum lottery beghia drawing on Mortday jrth and Regifter Book is here are and the accoiaiit fent to any part of Great All of Government Se koQ iy Letters fooft paid fl for trtd tonfomptJocSj a JoVcnted by f eftablitted Ijy the of ye Colds are wot olT difotders a vimtt cough faa bad eoiUKinion j andtbeiHs chat Jpllpw are end We wheft the Wiy of getting injury before tit and uegteft gives them ftreagth i dofe df mtiaMny time Thtfiire g caught a cold ire a ticking in the fluffing iy of the futehftj Tbefe are better t6 wmeJ The of Honey pleafmt nothing OioM in the Of the who otberwife Iit fold by BaWjiiinjat jnij at a tot figned fe primed dureS may From the Amoft at this feaibn of the remamder of that gang of unhappy wrecches jl who live in idlencfs and uibfift on and who nxake it their Articular bufineft from this time to the end of the to cut off trunks from be hind poft to fteal goodf out of from boots ofhackneycosches and out of which carry goods to and from though but few in number having already be gan to wait in the dufk of the evenings at the different avenues leading to and at feveral for thelbove purposes tis hopedthat an following obfervations may be the means ot pre ferving much when once loft by thefe means is difficult to Thofe who cannot conveniently fiften their luggage before them in fliouldftake cafe iecure it behind with a fmall chain inltead of a rope or a and to place the padlock that faltens it out of fight or and thofe who have fervarits to attend houlddireft them to keep clofe to the carriage as they come near for thefe plunderers extend themfeives from 15 miles Out of townto the very inns in and are an amaiing manner to take the advantage of it is common for perlons on their ar rival in town totake a hackneycoach when they in the boot of which they gene rally depofit their they hould be cautious never thecoachman fromhisbox to make any for if he be minute his fare will be in gieat danger oflofing his property by fome of the above who attend at the inns at the entrance of the in order toxfollow hackney coaches to the placet where fet down or to an opportunity to Nothingcan fecure the goods in waggons or the baflcets of itagecoaches but the care of the whofliould nave them watched bcth on and off the llones j and the proprietors of the feveral road waggons fliould have one man atleaft on purpofe to guard them from rve to ten miles out of ftep which is now become abfolutely at the different inns and other perfoni whom it hould give parti cular directions to their porters and other fervants who have the care of carts employed take up and deliver about never to fuch iarts in the without one man to watch The different tradefmen and keepers who fend goods to warehoufes in order to go into the muft now alfo be on their guard againft for fome there ane yet remaining in the me tfSpalis and fliould direft their or riot to deliver any goods they are fent but in infide of the houfe or ware to which are nor in their toilMeatacrofs the ftreet for a bottle of or fome fuch by a wtlldrefled man without a the fake who is to have the care oftlieir box or parcel the Shopkeepers in tbofeitJ whoexpofe goods of value in tlreir Hould be careful to remove them as it dufli jji the and a general nfe of befls fixed on the infide of the ftiopdoors or frequently prevent moptiobberies As the Mayors as it is commonly will daubtleU as it generally hath been on accounfbrits naural at tended with great will therefbrt draw numberlefi curious fpecTrators together it is recom mended to pf rfons tor thatday to their pocket or othervaluable effefts at home tor it hath been fierentinfarmationana ex aminations at this omce a cwftom for whp at other times are difperfed in other par ts the to collect kemielves together in town on the birth days of the Royal or any public fpeftacle if perfons in general would make it a rule to make memorandums of the letters and numbers of the bank as they come into their and of the names and numbers on their it would oftenbe found of great ufe as well in detecting offenders as in recovering of pro pertyj and though this is a hint which hath at di vers times been given the public from this yet ftiews it attended to by very A perfon anfwering the following defcrip A well fet about years of fair wears a brawn I cratch but longilh black hair under which he fometimes wears without his with aft apron like a jour neyman has by afTuming that and pretending that he was fent by fome malter coachmaker to do a job to got ad as well into gentlemens as hackney coachheufes and and ftole great quantities of livery the glaffes out ot the and hitherto with though feveral with rewards for apprehend ing have been publiflied from this office STATE L O T T E R NO five per and one pound paid mere at thefe offices for the chance a twenty pound when than a any fix pounds pore than is paid in general and io in proportion in all the other Shares and chances of are felling at the loweft and the greatefl va in tUir and hxty regiftered and ex amined by at his at in near LGmbardftreet Harris ra gold letters over tiwiidoor Four blanks to a The blanlcs sfiia to be transferrable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing three per per quahuty of tickets at the loweft and Souih Sea with their veral Injdia Navy and Victual ling and all Kinds of Government bought arid fold by The Lottery be gins on Monday the of All letters from town or country pisft paid duly The public are defired to take that I am from my late OfEce in and bare no connections is price To be continued of VOCAL HARMONISTS Rfta of CA Selected from the belt botli ancient and Prfcited aad ibid by facing Somer fet hOttfe in the pi whom may be for and four in two Ftrtbe HOR A FRIEND te on the Trade and Finances of this rfee loft To the PRINTER of the the various fubjefts which may naturally arifein conlequenre of the public office to which I am felf of the prefentin furreflions of the poorer fort of my on account of the exceffive prices of de ferves a pyticular Many of the caufes of theirraugmented expences have been explained by thofe wno have alreadywritten on this fubjeft at prefent therefore I fiiall fay nothing on that but turn my views to thofe who have offended againft the laws of their Evety individual in a flats of unaflociated com by both which are fufhclent to acquire the neceffaries of and the right to carry them into execution for the preferva tion of himfelf and The inftitution there fore of national muft inevitably that every conftituent hall pofiefs the like means of fap porting himfelf and otherwife his condition rendered more miferable by and the very ends for which fuch communities afe be come abfulutely Whenever by a long concatination of either or unattended it may arrive that the things which are neceflary to fupport the lives of one are net to be purchafed by the wages whichare earned by the labour of the there feems to be a cruel inroad made on the very exiftence of civil When the hufband ahd the father muft behold his wife and children griped by the unrelenting of and by all his honeft induitryj unable to relieve them when this famine fprings not from the inclemency of the devadations of or which alike involve the rich and poor in one common mifery but when this infliction arifes in the midft of from fitu ation in by artificial he is unhappi ly what heart is there which can bear this af fliction and be at eafe He will therefore flee the prefente of that family whofe wants he cannot bear to and cannot fupply or proceed to pro cure by illegal means what he cannot by By the former of thefs our and manufacturers are forced to feek bread in the and in foreign by whofe labour they are and by the lofs of which we zte impoverifhedj by the they remain and tranfgrefs the laws in confluence of which they are either doomed to an ignominious or tranf ported and thus this country is alike deprived of the afSftance of thofe When the ohfervance of the Jaw is attended with no lefs infliiSHon than the breach of what utility can he from fuch a ilate t What puniihlhent can a government ordain for the deferring a family equal to that of Teeing expire in agonies through want Or What is ths death at the expiration of even from the Of as excu compared with piercing feafation of hunger and of parental which menace it very moment in fuch fin is no longer thefting of nor the law the ftrength 6f fin con ditions to fuch men are at the The innocent who offends is in no better fituatton than the criminal who is griilty In fucb legiflature muflin vain expect that the property of the wealthy and abundant mail remain inviolate by the hands of the or that men will acquie fcencly refign to death rather than invade the fanc tiqn of the How far the prefent fufferinga of the tumultuous poor correfpond withthe above I will pre fume to murfi lefs to juftify the mannerin they have undertaken to alleviate their The parental and benevoknt proclamations of our plainly pronounce that both his and his Minifters are attentive to relieve the cala mities of the indigent and did the conftitution of this realm permit ihe royal will to be incle pendant of the bro and fpesjt fo confuicuouflf through all the aftions of his would have long fincebeen manifefted to his fubjedls with equal ami all their fufferings What then cannot be effecluared by dtor I doubt be accomplilhed by the legifhtive the Royal he with that heart felt which only iprings in the bofom of a with sne he glads the f uls of Jibe Poor Mans A Lover of Propriety TO the PRINTER of the And thy people be as the fand of the fea MEN enlarged and exalted fee the propr force and energv of this vincpromife Men of confined and narrow aft inabfblute as far as in their to this brleflingof whofe diffufive Goodness pervades all whofe WIfdom none dare and whoft fhould fur bringing mul titudes into for ends known only to him a reptile whofe breath is in his and his exigence pafTeth as a to utmoftof his this fubliineend elfe through all ranks of fuch con fuch at the fame futh repugmrtt fchemes to felfiutfreft forj as Wealth only employed fo but by multitudes can the fordid views of the felf interefteJ be fufficiently gratified j yet how gantly how ftupidfy inadequate to the means would thefe fordid wretches attempt to arrive zi the end they aim The bull of if left to and not confined by the t tern 1 laws of wSiich yet kavesto msn the fee agency of hflman would fLiye tie reft cf the fo they gratified their rrformoiis lufr of weilh and power Whether this natural is inherent in our or given us by to rail our more noble into counteract this feenting Contradiction in birr whether whffOniy know the whole of and fees the combinations of things through human and from draws not wbstappeajs but is reall fur the whole muft be termined bur that we eiidearly the flifmal and horrid eftefts of our at this llHarkable difputr ofbiing bo in our we nre for tearing deftroying one another than fieiceit oftije brute creation fslfinteVelt predominates crera d through all fares fee a focial and expanfive turn of mind j ail confined and limited to felf Perhaps the ex panded foul is not a character nature while ed with the weight of hua rrftrvcd for a more exalted fphere i Be ir Let us tike Nature as we Ihew her and fiom theute excite nobler That we groan under the moftexqiuCte oppreflion from the depravity of our the luxury of our both in rich and is t jo evident j elfe why inclination in almaft all to live at the unjuft Cxpence of others engrciling and all the various ills attending combination in all fhapesf It is no The Great Obfer ver of human frailties as tlie between fo doth fin between buying and fcli ing As all would bs fo every rank tf from the merchant to rhe as far ia in their und ami though a narrow Way is a in aid as inch deviutly followed by every how ever incompatible with every obligation of or the general intereft nor is narrow of thinking confined to trade only j it rages like a pef jevery profeflion in life is too lirongly luted with the peltiltntnl infeclion neiiher or Gentleman arc irk grievous and bittrr would be the low the obfsrvaiiors too eafily to be drawn from the contlucl of human glrtrmgly does follyj avarice anil of and a6Hng aare us iu the face at noon day Nothing cm remove the dreadful contagion j declamation is laughed and detecVron oiily har dens tlo durate offender wha likens to the voke of us try Firft in ptere ihoujt be the gentleman Preju dieed in educationby wrsng nit narrow he looks conrempt on tliofs beneath hirfi j and oblercing the inferior ordsrs oflife wealth indirect cattlies the in his anJ ts pittantt lie is pcffdibrtf he racks up to the it w JI hear j AbforLed in in guilt and centering in not his adamauurte or population his narrow Bo we fare better from the or the Seifintenft here is equally predo and the third of gain abforbs thofe nobler lights received from Too nrrrOw in their well as modes of thihkimj humanity and charity have but weak ad and popula tion enters hot their narrow flow limited the let this inflance mew It is admitted the ftrengthof all kingdoms depeoid upon the number cf people j vet what rh ikes mere at the root of population than contaminated parents the number of whorftR in this metropolis are efti mated at 5000 the number contaminarrd by with the fouleft of all and in i s nature the moft or is annually at And of thefc the greater part un der twentyyearsof age and this mcft enorrnous evil is fuffered rather than licence proper in pro per places for this weak that it gives a fanfticn to the How how ab furd fa confined notion fit only to be by the circurnfcribed fons of the Men of more ex tenfiTe who endeavoured to trace Providence through all his fee the abfiudiry of the pre fent and laugh at a fet up ia contradiction to the eternal and ths immutable laws of Nature and found as if the forced dog mas of the heft religion were to fupercede the urii verlal laws of and rigbr reaion and with rc fpe6l to for one preaclied on the Virtue and Necefiity of we have twenty upon fpecutative and incompreheiifi le points of nothing can contribute more a clear head and an honeit TheexcciiJve abuferf and fjiikous liquors weakens dtbilitatts our corrupts emaciates tlieir and tfe creafes Fermeirted liquors fhould be with snd fpirireus a cor dial 5 and the drunkard and the vic toms of pain and If any rn extends of human Nature through her tion and bids fi Wrapped noblt cojittrnpintion of analogy they freni to prvade all and appear as men of a fuperior moiild and too when tinchjred with early in the mind cannot thiow fetters i and he who fesraed a Seraph in his finks Atheiftof or Enthufiaft What aids to populatfop from i complicate characters Why muft a gitdStl riot load saafikindjiyiBve
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