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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 19, 1766, London, Middlesex SMLaWc V L N O V E M B E 1766 V M A R K E AT in the HAY OP Saturday the aid of No vemrv i be performed a New Serious caller1 GRAN The A s c by feveral celebrated and Pit sc put and no perfons to he a i whch will be deli i he laid at half a guinea ieiy Second Gallery vi E S TIE S Ns foevr o be admitted behind the nor into the Pit andBoxes will b opened at five Jo at hairan hsur after Jix ockck Vivant Rex and GOR moit humbly rqueft tlis Nobility and Gen Subfcribers to for the will pleafe io pay their fubknptions to Andrew and at Channg N It is humbly djfrcd that the Subfcribers to the Boxes ro end to the Oirice of the fcid a lift of the names of the company belonging to or for filver tickeis for the preparing ef to be delivered to each firhfcriber iii proper On will be performed a New Comic calLd LA B U O N A F I G L I U O L D R U R Y L A N AT the THEATRE ROYAL in DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented VENICE POWELL HOLLAND Havard Burton JSraniby Packer Stranze Keen Ackra n Y A T E To which will be NECK or N T H i N The principal parts by and Mifs Boxes Pit Firlt as Upper Places for the boxes to be taken of at the C O V E N I O A K E A T the THEATRE in will be prefented KING King Learr Rofs Smith the Clarke Gibfou Walker by Stephens Vincent Cordelia for the tirJt time Mifs To which will be HARLEQUIN DOCTOR by Tirft Upper Places for tEeboxes to be taken of at the AT the LtXTLt THEATRE in the ipth of Sienor PLACJDOs Company will exhibit VARIETY of NSW jfoever attempted brother by Keen afcd Vaulting onthe by Signor Gaiiano andjjjgnor Spi Dancing by Mifs Ferci and Mifs by Snnor and Signor on the tightrope by Mifs Mauer Bignor Sigiror and Signer Signora Spaniolejta will dance on the tight without fondling iVwitp her alfo play with the With leviral feats of neverfeen in England and variety of new He alfo has a Monkey that exhibitsthe jtfort furpri he walks and dances the tight ropewith the pole he and ba lances various cquUibves sn the with and out the poe he vaults turns the Katluriiie wheel on rope This animal is the the kind ever and has given general wherever he has exhi Tiicwhyle to conclude with a hornpipe by Mifs Pit Gallery The dcors to be opened at and begin at half an hour after fvx To prevent places to be taken at the Otiice of the from nine to It is 4imnly that the who take wiii fond their fervants by five No money returned niter the curtain is drawn S T AT L O T T UNDRAWN Shares and are now felling in and by iiAXAitD arid Stock at their under the aid their hqufe in where the numerical and regifterbooks of the drawing ofrhs lottery are AU mares and chances fold at thefe offices will be ftampt with the and round Hazards Tickets and Shares regiltered it fix pence per and the earlieft account of their fuceefs fentto any part of Great All kinds ofGovernment Securuies bought and fold by commiffionV 5 T A T E L O T T E R UNDRAcWN Shares and are now felling undra hour of the from feveivin the morning till eleven at where no Sva per cent is and one peund more when drawn in the than any where hares and ahances infured iypm be ing drawn by Stock at at in Pppe next Lombard and next Duncans chtochi Harris in gold letters over the Here the tirflJ of a great variety of trckets and Four blanks to a The blanks an1 prizes to be transferraWe annuirii at the Bank of Eng bearing tares Indiiv and Sea with thair i ncls and and all kindsofGjvernntsnt frcurities and fold by AH btters from town or CORN ELYS begs leave acquaint THENOBILIT Y G E NT R SUBSCRIBERS to The SOCIETY in SoHOSqju That the firft Meeting will be the soth As the politenefsof the Gentlemen in lend ng their Tickets to the has been found pro duclive of a very diiproportionate number of the lat thooght more by the Ladies who latronize the for the La dies Tickets hall be transferable only and only to Ladies and Gentlemens own chairs are to come to the door in Suttonftrect hackney chairs and carriages to the doors in Sohofquare and to revent any danger to themfelvesj and damage to heir carriages and cattle Ladies and Gentlemen are intreated to be pofitwe in to their to fet them ant take them with their hsrfes heads fewards This day is price in blue AUTHENFIC MEMORIALS of rheBRITISH COMSUL and at to lis Majeftys Ambaflador at that and the Secretaries of State of this Printed for at in Pauls its uay is price DIRECTIONS for the CHOICE of AUTHOSLS to foim a which may b th improve tl enter am the and be of real ufe in the of Printed for John at in Fleet Vyherif may be Dean Boltonz Effays on tne Employment of his Letters on the Choice of A new Biographical wherein are contained the Lives of all learned and illurfrious Burnets Thesry of the i Cicero s Tufculan anew Bfverleys or with johnions belt E 11 and 7 A General Meeting of the Merchants trading to North is defired at the KingVarmY in THIS the ar eleveit of the ivi the ROBiNSONs Lace removed trpm Cornhill to a new houfe in built fince the fire near Cornhill where merchants and others may be fnpplied on the moft reafonable whoJeiale and re1 Ibis at iteiin vjiiL be Price One Shilling SOME OBSERVATIONS noon fet ting the ASSIZE of E A Recommended to the Perufsl of particularly at this Prined for at in This dy is AConcife and Genuine ACCOUNT of the DISPUTE between JiUME and ROUSSEAU Wirh the letters that paiFed between them during their controverfy as the letters of the Honourable Walpolean I relative to this extraordinary Tranfljted from the Printed for Eeckct and D iear SurryJireet in the Of whom may be The Paris edition of igion will have no charms to him the fochl ties of aternal tendernefs ho ftand in need of lis will become as vifionary drearni of life ic cannot keep the reprobate in reach out i foftering hand to fuccour drooping and tender Freedom and Plenty are coeval they defcfnrted rom heaven in the fajne and may return to heaven again but virtue only can guard ami defend Whether in high life or in vxrtue and ood difcipline are as efiential to as htto he condition of human We are bound to each other as fekw fubjects and as Chrtibians but where levre is indifference willfiipply its Rouffeau The Original Letters of Hume and au will he depofited in thsBritifii the tttter figned Continuation of To PHILO LETTER thofe and thofe who are this day is price M U M B E XL Of EAST INDIA In which the ofthe D will be laid the trueiatercltof the Proprietors and the ftate of the Companys affairs fully examined and This paper is calculated as well for the information of the diftant and to afford free opportunity to every Proprietor to communicate his Isntiments to the upon a fubjeft at prefent fo interefting and it will be from unpsatroverted to afcerfaw the va lue of that the Proprietors may no longer be the dupes of defigning and of Changealley Printed for Pauls where letters to the and may be had at the and of in London and Where ny rehad fecpnd edition of arid or Niunbers to perfect AD V E R r I S E N THE vvorlCs of MjcHAit Efq a Poet in the of Queen Tiliza firft collected published in one vo lume four volumes of in are now propofed to be fold either edition bound and By DAVIS and Oppofite Gray V Who havepurchafed the few remaining Dray tans or poetical Dtfcription of England and is efteemed oise of the moft ela borate and accurate performances in our Ben Johnfon and others have celebrated it the great has iHuttrated it with a Commentary and later Antiquaries have cited it as a molt authentic By comparing Drayton with it that he took littla from printed books but ftored his defcription ot this kingdom with an infi nite variety of curious Fafts from our old Mnnufeript riiilory for which thoie will honour his who regard the part as well its prefent Itate of their day is In price Six Shillings THF ART of MDWIFRYreducrd to PRIN in which nre explained the moft fafe and eftabliflied Methods of in each kind of Delivery Wuh a SUMMARY HISTORY of the Fr inflated the French Original by the late i Royal Profeflbr of Phyfic at Phyficiun to the French To which is added an by the Translator contain ing iUultrative Remarks on Csnception and Preg nancy and on thofe Particulars taught by that vary from the methods adopted by bfcft Accouchers here in which a ie the French and Ehglrfl Praftice is Prmrsd for lltokfeller to his oppofite in the Next month will be the Third and Laft Volume of Aftrucs Treatife on the Dif of SK likely to in real could j be in any degree the mode of relieving them would be the more eafily Our misfortune that fome make fcarcity an occafion of and others who are reallyin prefunfe fbmuch on the humanity of their that they are apt to infift on It is not always enough that the flrovifion be good it muft be particular This is a national arifing from great plenty and it mould be treated rather as a kind of which is apt to predominate in this coun than refemed as if theobjefts of our mercy unworthy of But where this prevails in any great the people cannot be considered in ex treftie but that they have been accuftormd to be better fed than Tbat they are not better taught how to preferve their bodies as well as their is in a great fure the fault of thofe who fhoujd be their I donot mean to reproach theaimjy in I appveheui they are as pure in telief of what is to and as can expected under a ftate of corruption of man The tWbic ire t that I an iron laie Oincc ui aa4 have courrvftions This daj is Bound in red with pockets tor let vrice and with Englifh patent or German for temporary GENTLEMAN smd TRADESMANS POCKET for the year 1767 oon itainiig fiftytwo ruled upon an entire evidently fuperior to all others for keeping ac counts in a regular concife method alio itversl other ufeful articles The intriniic value of the feveral public funds with direftions for and Eriglifti money equaud into and Irifh into Englilh Rules relating to bills of Private murks for Tranf fer and dividend With many others equally but too numerous to mention in this ad Printed for at in at Churingcrofs in IIol born Richard Ton and under the Change and Paiker and in mcikes all forts of Morocco and Spanifh leather with afid fteel locks 5 instrument and patent afslkjn me in elegant and other bindings all of which he eirherto Ihopkeepers or on ths loweft Dutch j and all forts of Ibtionary A Ctj ncus fjrtof with white lines to write I ihould if I concealed my opinion that fome are remifc in their on their Alto ths country who and bends no time nor thought on his lie mull tbatunlefs the fpiritual teacher and his lieward per form the freedom of the people wiii dege nerate into nnd he will be anfwerable ro God ami his country for the greateil part of the mif clJiefs which may happen from their being left unin in right or unprevented from devi ating wrong what is to the eye of themafter makes thioxfat Is it n6t a very tho vulgar like likg matt How rarely do we that things left to fu or fortruitous have proper marks of that and judicious rule of as con ftitute equality and or indeed have the in view There muil be a directing hand guided by and a heart warmed with be afting as it were by a preternatural power over the minds of In proportion to the rank and the proof we give of the goodnefs of our our labours will in general be It is that in proportion as we have departed from fincerity and fimplicity of manners and great the peafant is in fome degree cor rupted but if he fees the Lord of his lands aft the part of a man and a the example will ftrike him wth a religious awe he will remember that a and a ftate of rewards and mrnts after But where examples of prodiga lity unite their force with a carelefs contempt of fel low we muilnot furprized if the confe quencesbe higher men are in the greater will their natural and acquired influence be but when young coming to fortunes of above or think tiey are abfolved from all obligations of this liberty of their country hudders 5 and few do we iee acling the part of the They have been bred up with high fentiments of which is full as of Briiijk fupported by the exalted benevolence which chrifria nity infpires they are taught to bleed for tlieir country and it is that in the pomp and pa rade of military they often dare to But it is not dying for their country iri tha field of fo much as living for that confti tutes the patriot and friend to human Where can he difplay his and gvc proof of his love for his if he is not attentive to thofe who depend on him What does his country if his countrymen are not to partake of his his his his protection If he flies from one corner of a kingdom to ia fearch of pleafures which he rarely and leaves thofe whom Providence bath placed under his eye and patronage if only fcenes of can afford his undifciplined mind any he will inevitably lofe all for ruftic fcenes of man virtue and BrilUb parfmony the Ciuiftian rc The ranfition from thence to contempt is Familiar to the and hatred too often The very which by our own neglects have obtained will le to render our hatred When one confiders the very in which gentlemen of landed elhrei in are where they are attentive to the part which Providence hath afligned there can be no dition more dignified or amiable when they Jiegltct their duty and proper they will be au fwerable for all the nifchievous cftecTs of The djftersnce between afts like an country gentleman of aad him who is concerned only for the receipt of his how mucli thsfe iTiall amount come as they may is very it can no be but they It is froin this foiirce that I prefume fo dat nanr of the evils we now labour and more which feem to threaten If every of pro perty in or otlier great will at tins rim enter into the of his dependants the boundary of his particular no occa flight can poffibly the CDiJrrt and fuppoit of the waists natural onts fct their to the the s and ami y the defecl of grain thiir very feed on ftr that creatnes nirht which being kiln anjinadeimo Is excellent food and Hiight furcly be fo fr If fuch events are not to be we be con eted to pnrt with iome of cur nnl filver fur luch as we Itand in immediate Tlint and for feme year pad iiue ITCT I granrecl if I iay v ry ir nay not be If KC trne things back to the year we dial fee frenzy ron fo ard the afTum for the means of luxu rious pred uninated fo our fellow fubjedls imagined we poflefled a in w large fums might be d m yieid MIC tJiouftnd per fome from in their betook themfelves to their and others were mounted into gilded who had bu a fhnoier ti de to This fecms to be a pielure of the in regard to on part cf the nation living on the and then counting all as and It is that every one embarking in en of the has been really en but not in the proportion as we haveJived for fome ytars The of preferved til the Spanifn war of addsd to the of our that very wealth has encreafec our public rd private and eetly feppctl the foundations of our national Many thousands have heard it mainlined as a that government cannot fubfift without rttftioa whereas it is coming to that a fret government cannot fubfit with The current of our thoughts beinij turned to as the God of and the of WQ have deemed that as a remedy for all which Teems to be in itfelf a From the fame the love of and have ben fo mucri preferred to thejfober domeilic that the cultivation of ruftic honel zV an 1 laborious have been left to thofe only who can aft but an under The lands being let into few if it is true that they are feen at prefent to produce fo much lefi of the feteral of than if mere people were employed as If any coifiJtr able portion of the mcft ufefal part of our fdJow inftead of being cherlrhecl by a generous are the landlord himfelf will feel the effect it if his wants are by his it cuts dcublj againft If this again fets his vvics to work how to rriore of his lands with tho caft and he will become indifferent whether lie incrsafes or di minimes the national In the courfe of a Tome hnds have been nfen their rents to a very confkiernble degree and confsquemiy the price of the produce ofjut I lands mult alfo and widi oi our produce in Whether the landlord who raifes ihe land and the farmer the price of the or the far mtr is enriched by tliegeneroftry ofthe the public may fuffer equally the It may be pre tLatmany intended no harm to their country nor apprehended mifchief would and various reafons may have concurred to this So long as we wmtorfwithoJt themif chief has lurked in ambufcade HUW it fenis to Ihow though not in full Without delivering rent landlords eafily give up the time their kales have to how many acrw of land on each the of people formerly including their and the number at prefent If this could be afcertamed with any it would a minifter a much cleaw iafight the aaflre of
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