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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - November 21, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazetteer and N O V M B E R 1766 H A Y M A E T the THEATRE in the HAY zid of be performed a rs T RAKE BARNS G R A M O G O The Music compofed03 celebrated With new i Pit and Boxes to be out md no perfons be admitted wifhont w ich will be deli veredTomorrcw at the fiud at half a guinea Firft Second Gallery Sy their M A j E S TIE S No petfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The Pit andltoxes will be opened at five To begin at half an iisur feftef iix oclock VSvant Rex and GOR moft humbly requeft the Nobility and Gen to the Operas for the enfuinoj fea will piftafe ro pay their fubfcriptioitt to Andrew and t at Charing It is humbly defired that the Subfcribers tothe Boxes will pleafs to teiid to the Office of the a lift of the names of the company betonging to their or for filver tickets for the preparing of to be delivered to each fubfcriber in pr On next will be performed a New Comic callea LA B UtD N A F 1 G L I U O L PR L R V L A N AT the THEATRE ROYAL in THB DAY will be prtfented The Holland by Powell Bejofley Eranfby the i Mifs Rogers Plym Benaat j To which will be added a Mufical Entertain called The C U N N I N G M A Boxes Pit Firtt Upper Pirates for the boxes to taken of at the C Qt V E N r A R D E THEATRE in COVJENT THIS DAY will be prefented The R O Y A L C O N V E R Mr by Rofs Mr dailcs Walker j by Ward 5 Mifr In which will be introduced a Solemn ftt to mufic by MrHenry performed by lyjift tiei To which wiUbe HARLECKIIN POCTXXR Boxes Pit Firft Upper Places for to be taken of Saxjaat the T the LIT fur THEATRE in HA fv THIS Signor PJACIDOs CompanywiU exTnbft TARIETY NEXV PERFORM Never ntcempted by other Singing by Mi and Vaulting on the Aack by 4fenr GaitanoandSjgnor Spi Dancing by Mifs Ferci and Mm Tuhi hy Signor and Signor Dancing on the tight rope by Mid Mailer Signor Signor and Signor Signor Ferci will jump over the aim take off and put 9n his in a manner never attempted on the tight With feveral Feats never feen in England and variety of new alfo has a Monkeythat exhibits the moft furpri he Walks anddanees on the tight rope with the pole he and ba lances various equilibres O4ithe with and with out the he vaults and the Kathtiine wheel on the fuck reps to This animal is molt of the kind ever and has given general wherever he has exhi The whole to conclude wich a hornpipe by Mifs Boxes Pit Gallery The to e opened at and begin at half anhouraftpr fix Vivant Hex prevent places to be taken at the Oilioe of the nine to It is humbly requeiied thai the who take will fmd their fejvsnts by five oclock No to be returned after the curtain is T A I E NDR AWN Shares and are now felling in and by HAZARD Stock at their under the and at their houTe in the numerical and regiitejrbooks of the drawing ofthe lottery are Au Shares and chances folsl at thefe offices wiM be Aampt with the arwt round Hazards Tkkets and Shares regittered at fix peace per and the earlieft account of their fuccefs ientto any part of AH kinds of Government Securities bought anJ fold bf S T A P E L O T T E K UNDRAWN Shares and are nowfelHng warranted of ihe from feyen in the mowaing tiHeleven at where no five per ceut is and one pound more when drawn in the than any where haresfand chances inlured from be ing drawn by at his at in Popesbeadal next Lombard ureet and Duncans Harris in gold letters over the Here during the time of a great variety tf ticketstfiares and Four blanks to a prizeThe blanks and prizes to be transfeiTable annuities at the Bank of Eng bearing three per per and South Sea with their feveral lodia Navy and Viftualling and all Kinds erf Government fccui hies suid fol3 by All lettca fryni or country foft panl tj Jhe public are Retired to tske that 1 ajn removed from my Office and bae no counections THE of N who left his houfe on Wednefdcy iith isearneftly his friends in to make his appearance ordireft a leter to fome ot fignitying where he may be found or wrote to He may depend upon every jnftancs of civility and is defired to take notice that his affairs are in a better than he may Te tli md Freeholders ofthe County ej r T IS Majefty having been gracioufly pleafed to ap JTX point me Pay matter General of his Majefty s Land ray feat in Parliament is thereby be come vacant I therefore humbly intreat the honour of your vote and intereft at the next aflur ing you of my fteady attachment to th laws and li berties of this and of my grateful attention to the and profpsrity of my confti who have upon fo many mewn fuch an affectionate regard to their molt faithful and moft ob humble GEORGE LincHifsInn The eleftion day will be on Thurfday the of November The gentlemen who intend to give me the honour of their company to Brentford on that are defired to meet at my houfe in lAn at eight oclock in the The misfortune I met with breaking my wi 1 i hope my excufe for not made a S TAPE RICHARDS and at their Old next to the Crois Keys con tinue to fell undrawn and warranted every hour ofthe from ntorning till during the drawing of the on the moft advantageous terms j as they take no five per or deduction from the hares old at this but pay as loon as drawn their hares and in the htme proportion as a whole Our correcT Numerical Books may be de pended are examined and checqued every evening by the Tickets infured from blanks every during the Tbi 3 day is price bound Neatly printed in four large liluftrated with fixty nine copper confuting of feveral whole and half betides a great number of Curious and experi neatly cut in ta explain the great variety of in thcfe volumes j alfo the New of that time j the whole forming a Review pf everything worthy from to both included uudur tnt title f MISCELLANEOUS Containing a variety of iubjedU relating to natural and civil hi addrefit d aad pub Gflitd by Printed for near TempleBar j and the at his houfe in Wlierenuy be in two volumes price bound with fiftytwft Geutlemali and Lwys Philofophy In a Survey of the of Nature and Artv day ttus price fid WAY TK tttB6 by and to DS by THINGS Being a Jketcb of an attempt at the retrieval of iheantient or primitive lan guage of To which is a fuccincl accottnt of thfe or learned language ofthe Alfo two one on the origin of mufical Waits at the other on the Real Secret of the Printeid for Davis and over againft Gray sInn Where may be price fewed as Elftob5 Rudiments of for the Saxon being the only Saxon Grammar in the Eng iijjh This aay at be Price Two Shillings and THE PRIVILEGES of the ISLAND of JA With an Impar tial Narrative of the late Difpute between the Go vernor and Houfe of upon the Cafe of a Member of that Jamaica Printed for at 38 in Fleet ftreet Almon jn Pic cadilly Bladon in Puternofterrow and Rich ardfon and Urquhart afthe Royal Where may be the Rights oi the Britifh Co lonies aflerted and By Janws Efq The Third Price N W h O O Imported by PAUL VAILLAN tonttreet in the ETTRE de de Voltaire a an j y Sujet de Memoires de laSyciete Royale de Parfumiur Chymie du Gout de fraite des par De Letties de 6 dAfry a Les i Zelackim Hiltuire Les a Memoires d a Les Marriage du With many more nev Hooks and By peinullion ofthe Committee of 7tii day putjijliej TWO tngraved wtuile PRINTS of Lrd by Me Ravenet and after the pifturc at painted by To be had of in As the artifts have exerted the utmojt of abi ities in finifliing the above the price of each is half a guinea and in oraer to prevent the public being by fpurious a whale length price and a hah length 14 by price both engraved by may be had at the fame The proprietor having been at than expenc relative to the above two in to an in the artifts of this kingdtfm for portrait ent raying and as he trufts his eida liavtfbeen ejFaclual with refjseftto tlie prfent he hopes the public will promote and eucou i rage his as works of this nature i not be brought to perfection without their particular and Where may be A of priits lately a d by fubicrip CANADA B I THE Pixprieturs thereof are tleured to meet the Committee at the NewYork on Saturday thfe precisely at eleven on very fpecial Tbii day at noon luitl be price THE BINNING MAN A Mufical Entertain As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Originally written and com pofedby the celebrated Printed tor Becket and De in the thu daj By SECRET and De Jn T ETTRE de de VOLTAIRE a Ferney 24 Of whom may be Expofe fuccinft de la Conteftation qui elevee eat re Hume and avec les Pieces fame tranflated into of MICHAEL Efq a I celebrated Poet in the reign of Queen Eliza firftcollected and publifhtidin in one vo lume and four volumes at the price of in are now propofed to be fold either edition at bound and By DAVrS and Oppofite Who have purchafed the few remaining Draytons or poetical Deftription of England and is efteemed owe ofthe moftela borate and accurate performances in our Ben John on and others have celebrated thevgreat SeldenT has iiluftrated it with a Commentary and later Antiquaries hav cited it as a moft authentic By comparing Drayton with it appears that he took little froin printed books j but ftored his defcription of this kingdom with an infi nite variety of curious Fails from our old Manufeript Hiftery ior which thofe will honour his who regard the paft as well as prefent ftate of their native B O K A GENERAL HISTORY of containing an ACCOUNT of the FIRST INHA BIT ANTS ofthe and the Tranfaclions in rom the EARLIEST By THOMAS an In four volumes large price four guineas There xri Mt thirty lefts left unfaLt of the large and net intof the fntall paper is Sold by next the Meufc in Ca Where may be Cartes Hiftory of volume the The lame infmall in price Hiftoria dells Guerre Civili ii Fraqciadi Hen rico in large beauti fuily and printed ufonfine paper and Roman price neatly bound two James Wares Hiltory and Antiquities of illustrated with cuts of ancient alfo the and in ther proper a Account of of 111 two fuch writ ij who were born in that kingrfom 5 anri though en preferments or offices or had their edu cation in it with an account of all the worksfhey and large accounts of many of their Reviffd and many material and continued down to the beginning of the prefent centuryv by Walter Efq in price or an Introduction to the Antiqui ties with upwards of 9 views and with proper tlie princi pal and antient dwellings in the county of Taken upon the fpot by Thomas Efq The fecond With additions by the in price bound es Fir the letters Jigned A FRIEND to A CITI ZEN and SKINNERfit lajl To PHILO LETTER XXXIII IE encreafe of all that is fubftan tially depends on our num bers of working and thefe upon the removal of real Griev ances But if they complain of Diftrefs where there is or of a great deal where there is but lit the Complaint itielf becomes a Where the evil is not in the thing but in the it mere art to cure fucb a than to remedy for a real To draw the line and determine the boundaries of and Open olr eyes to real danger where requires that kind of fenfe and virtue which degenerate ages feUlotn But there is liill fo much candour sad fomucji private virtue and public love re that we may hope Heaven will anftrer our petitions when we pray with fmcerity to from That the encreafe of inhabitants of a country arifes from the means of living in fuch the eacreafe in America abundantly Our open to our interelt than they have iftieflfor fome years If we mark what pafles for tin or twenty years to we fliall fee men grow wp tike cabbages in a It is very that were land to produce the fupport of be it ever fo is eafily and vicious cufloms do not counteracT the bounties of there men will follow the beheft of Nature they will encreafe and and replenifh the On the other if land grows continually dearer in if ina courfe of time the produce of it comes into few hands if induftryis checked by the dependency of being accxiitomed to rent fmall now fervants to rich farmers fo far as this is wemuftaxpecl one of thefe two either a fmaller number of people will or a greater number of children will be thrown on the public to be fupported by pariih Thus it will that either ttfe die for want of or men of pn party oe taxed for their whether a or fome other thefe evejtfa will probably But we Ihould cultivate in the loweft minds a repugnance to any dependance but on the works of their own Men who are born free fhould endeavour to prtfervetheir children by in are parifli rates efflclinl in all The parifii ofHcer being terrified with the apprehension of an accumulating ex inftead of encxu3ging marriage among the labouring part ot our fellowfub will think it his cfufy to cbftruft If he is afraid of a he will keep every child out of his as he would fliut his gates againd a fox or a mad Where this principle how can we expect encreafe f How eafy it is even for a wife in an en lightened to degenerate into the barharifms of antient The liberty of t to expofe their children prevailed in policeft put we know that the people whodid ox were left to their choice to do were Our religion infpires us with higher it haves the Great Author of Nature todifpofe ef his when a fuperfluity in manner mcft agreeable to hit Bur when men are wanted ix a fate t to fuffer them to perifh is Apolitical phren equally that cur improve ments in and the various modes of embellithing hould create a of ex pence among great numbers of and at the fame time among them be left without an ability of contribut ing a reafonable quota to the fupport of their own the nobleft workmaafhip of the Aipreme ar and fovereignXord of But it is be yond all that when we are prcdigatfh expencein things which are merely we become illiberal in efianial to the ftipport of the This and may be carru4 to a degree that will tend ro and ope rate againft Humanity This is one ofthe fatal effscls of Eat when our intereft is underwood with regard to the true fource of joined to the feveral of Humanity and though it can in all be a fubjeil for a national every citizen may inake a law for and aft to the fiiftates of his He may be contenttd if thought provided he be We mould then fee a considerable encreafe of chrif and a decreafe of the number of burials within the Bills of and prevent tKe lofc ot one million two hundred thoufand fairly computed to be together with their upon our prefent plan within the Bills of in one hundred and fifty In a fertile and free nothing but falfe po licy in the higher parochial or an abandoned courfe of life among the humanely Bt we diftinguifh what is wirprims cbjtfl whether it be thelovc of our or the love ot Ibmething at enmity nationp before we can pur fue right meaiu and mult rft upon not by humour or In fome parts of Norin where the of living is provided in the moil iheral manner by the bountiful hand of an peoplrlive according to Nature it is faid they their numbers in 25 years and how many pxirs with us might have quadrupled their numbers in lefs If we indulge the paflion of ailtmbling vft numbers to live on cue we fhall diminiflithe fatter and whilft we live in we hall paft our meridian and Our fertility ol foil will be the but not our We fhall need defence againft or againft foteign Every century farnifbes fome gnat hange in our It is mbft reafonable to from the age we live as to knowledge and the remains of that the change willbe to correct oyr follies and and recover the enerey of and the felicity Though the eyes of all the world is open to the nefits of long as we preferve fuch connec tions with our American fellow fubjecls as are for our own mutualjntereft and we fhrdl not want employment Encreafe and we I fee many more halcyon in order to do mult in fome to that fimplicity of manners in which com the fupport of the and refervlng them from all kinds of are the firft objects and ornamental trappings of ccme only in the fecond This may be done without fuppreffing the arts for if men aft according to their fortunes they may ap pear with and yet fuffer no diminu tion of Our great defect at prefent feems to be in a fuperfiuity of fine and a great fcarcity df common A man who has five hun dred pounds a thinking his merit entitles Inm toonethouiand his fup pofed defervings tand Seina in would fee his neighbours houfe in a blaze rather than be obftrufted in his purfuits oftheobjeft of his his or But our greateft reproach fliould be when we live beyond our or when give ourlelves fo much trouble about vaft poflsf fions as to forget that our tenure of life is fhort and and that moderate with great is a much better inheritance for our than a profuion of riches with lefs This would ahb teach that in the competition of a real great cr in commen life of a great neither nor ncr not direfted to the fervice f have This is nmonnftnfe the from which we the nearer we fliall approach to our de HAN
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