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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - December 25, 1766, London, Middlesex f H i i i j i v t C 1760 L V M A It H IT the TftBATltE in the HAT Saturday rformed a Jawtbte E 2 I The Ml sic cottpofed feverai celebrated With and Ph aad Jffoxesio be pur and no pefioai to bt admitted Without Will be dfl wrrt That tay aHbe faid at hdf a guinea f itft Second Otllery By their JB S T I 5 perron wbaifeever to admitted behind the nor into the Fit wHL be at five To begin at harfan softer fix oclock Tomorrow ani Saturday the 1 of Signer PLAClDOs Com Nevejr attemtfed Ijy other Cagjag and Vaulting en fepe by Dancing by Tumbling By Signer and Dancing OB jtight rope by Mafter Signora and Sigrtor With fewal never lajvd and variety of new TJie furprizing and divertingperformance he nrailu on the tight rope with the peole be and balances vftrioos the wjre wfro and without the pott lie and turns the ftadt to This animal it the mott aftoniflring of the kind ever and has jriveri general wherever ne The whole to conclude with a horrrpipe by Mi6 Boxes Bit Gallery The to be opened at antlfWin at half aa hour alter fix V ivant prevent places to be taken at from nine to It it athat the who 1 their feveartts by five to be returned after the curtain is wawn begs leave to inform the No that his compart y being engaged i4th or ifth of January next for their accommodation and entertain to add to his prefent performances a variety entire new and curious exhibit In Twdt price ft O MB 13 IRS OP P L A U T U Tranflated into familiar Blank fiy 3 HORN PUutm pafto partes for Se4fcel and De in the Strand j inPaternofterrpw in Contentgarden aad at the owner of Sackville Where may be CCLMANS SotxrJaf next wilt price The whole to be with one hundred and fifty representing the various in described in the courfe st the work Ni V M B E Of JTpMS Complete DICTtONAKY of ARTS and i SCIENCES In which the whole circle of hu man learning is and at tending tfee acquiftion every whether liberal or in the moll eafy and liar The tnd by the HENRY Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of The Anato and by THOMAS WILLIAM The Mathematical by SAMUEL author of Eafy Introduction to the Theory and Practice of And the other parts by feveral GeRtle men particularly converfant in the arts or fgiences they have undertaken to explains Printed for the Authors j and fold by Wllfon in Pater nofterrow Fletcher and Pauls church yard j at ford PaterBollerVow Fletcher Et Cajabridae Smith and at and by all GreatBritain and j i Vihere may be This wbrk will be printed in on a fu pernne crown and new and will be comprized hi three large It completed in cue hundred and hfty near as caa becomputeJ and if it fhyutd that the proprietors hereby to deliver thet overplus t BALSAM ot LIFE widow of William late nephew aiid Dartner of Robert Tur and MAtUT iiow of the faid inventor patentee that mott excellent called Original Lift beg ietveio in Captains of and thepub that they carry on the bufinefs as ufual ftt Aeold sear the ReyaJ Exchange where all perfons may be the Oi igbaUnd Genuine Baliam of as togetherwith the faid TU Uiigton have had preparing for feveral years nur is there any other wharfever therewith are defired to be careful that they hive the Tftfe and Original Balfam of whith is in botHesat skid wrapped Sp for taking of the with tnehRdwntinf ofrhe Tnd MartluWray ami Mary which you may be arc nofofiom Thomas Jackfon have HdvertHed the death of Rbbjert TnrKngtonz they lawfufly become pof ftSleflnvitbMlMf receipt for nuking the J8at4m This it inform the thelatc TvrHngron of the receipt for making the faid to any perfons to abov4Wray and to wlrom he left the by will j thwefore att qxlver prereiided of butMpun oafe laid uuy be of the wo ft Volumes Deoouveites at aux Modems Ou Von demontre qite hos plus plies on la pluparr de leurs Connoif fauces dans les puvragerdes AnciensC rue plufieurs veqtes iinportantes Air la Raligton ont ee des Sages du Par D U T E N Sold by Paul in the A very proper Jipx for Servant Thit JJof nnd Tlie Third Some plain and very neceflary pireftions to Maid Servants in and feveral ufejul it the completeft Book of the ktitd ever Jiflled of MA DA M jvOJiii s P R s N T j Every Wauians iuvl t igefted under thelbjlowirtg fcfads and taught without thahelpoia jmolete The ftjr forts of and For and eftimate of the expenses of a family yt the j ftatiop of The art and terms carving and fleflt A bill of Tare for evefy mohtH ip the year fcr dinner and aiivl dinary The Young tor for the rilfht fpeiling ttfwords trfed The Madam in order to make this Book come as cheao as pjlfiWe he pur cut of her the prfcfe alt tho itcontains doable the quan tity that is ufualty for tfcajt Pijntcd for in Pauis Tbit Uy is A CATALOGUE9fthelibrari Efqj Hugh Efqi Lewis Efq the aJwot the and of feveral otjier collec tions containing upwards of twenty vpr lumes of choice and curious books in all branches of and in excellent condition i Amongtt which are the F O L Kapin and 5 8 and Cax tons Rymers 20 Dugdales 3 s Gibfons z Briumiia Ko mana Survey of Lon Stukelys 14 Tables MpntfauconSAntiqui Sloanes Wardens Harriss z Hackluyts an Chambers Supple 4 Pottlethwaytes Bayles and 12 7 Millers and Diclionnairede 3 de et S de 7 de de 4 de Herbelot fbefaurCieero Stephani La j Gemeri rheC Fee foe PitHci t Hbffmanni Htfycbii guidae Goiii Somner Corpus Poetarum Homer Gr ytt Plato j com corio Thucydidis Jofepbus TianybuU on Antieut Viners Cafes in the Houfe of Overbeke Romae Le Roy Woods Heads of Views 4 The battles of Giuiliuian a fine Medals of Lewis in par by u Erafmi i i Wahofli Vitruvius 3 S xDefgodetz With many hundreds eqaally which to be fohl veYy January and continue On fale till all are At THOMAS Next the Meufe in Catalogues to be with prices price at Comliill Childs coffee Pauls chunh yard j Temple bar i Covent 5 Wal Ch sringcrofs t Jamessftreei Shropmire and book ftreet r ef at Ox ford and and at Aeplace of where may be the fuh value for any library or paicel of i n For the undoubted CURE of the SCURVY and erup ESSENCE of f hofe who are Co hippy ai to try oonvmced that rhere ean fcarte exiitin nsture an equally and elegant cure for all feorbutic Fmm it uncommonly yec gentle on it wll not fuffer the impurity 10 remain therein in the mort furprifmg tecaulc inftlUble manner it foas never to the deepen leprofy and fcurvy that human nature was everafHifted with as well the mod inve terate old n cers obflina e inflamrat tioni of the pimpled and cutsoeous of every kind leaving the blood and the flcin as at the healthieft new born babe in the Anjr ftifther particnlars if tlioi cefTary miy be and the advice of a Ykilful the by Ioreneon front 9 to to at his rtame upon ihc door inSouthampton and where the E fiance of Minerals is fbld in of 6 wrapidin phivn pfinreddireaioni bytheau fuld alto onLudgatehill at n Letters from ox gentlemen of thi Tn This Day is p imo LETTks D0 Le Prince Beaii for Catherii the BookfeUej to bi Majeftjrj Where may be hxtt the following written v Magazin det Kfegazin des AdpleicenafSx Sifite des 3 Lcttrec dEnuraace a La Vtuve ou Meihoires de fca Barronne De Mifles x Ladies i JnitruSions fer frarn Erperance I he or M empires of the Ba e V E PER AN SMU G vf EAST INDIA of the tlie mtnyeftivals cele tiie cVth of Chrift ani vrMi the Hvelieft fenfe of our to to t Superior to every bne ex it a ooind with IR ftible and infpires Hy eternity fealon of ficfed feftivify is rich withinttrac our and txerdfeour abilir litTcs j nark of that tiw nrrtllfofenor of pious hi raoreerpeciajly the iithisdny fjjt apart for our religious obiiryance 5 from the great truth it commemo bath ever been acknowledged by all wife not merit our congratuiation in irs appoint it been allo confiJered as an lioft neqeflary to perpetuate itscelebra with a degree of peculiar being trTe important seiaof Diyine Ffltivalstriat and e cnanicleriled with the eriftgns of apoftolical feem to jinply a pofitive duty for our ob unconmanded by any one text tharcompofei the volume of our So early as firft centyry did the Church introduce the of th the and the Re of our holding them as days r hy of every public mark of pious aiid by order of art truly orthodox and proclaimed the like imitation to all fqture Prayer and alms uftttmi their as the haibin preparalory their rites j and Clmft their yet the precetliag with inauy are nevcrtUlefs founded holy Much in deed can be faidin of the efttmation in which they were hekl among the primitive and dif regsrde4 as they may bs by lome Chrlftians of real catholic yet the pu ity of their intentional obfervance doth keep alive the fpirifof otu and encourages the practice of true re ligion j I humbly fufficiently weighty ef themfelves to induce our diffenting thren to a conformity in adopting fuch laudable in which would do honour to their and further evince the genuine antiquity of their The human heart is naturally apt to entertain a partial afftffion for the very minute trifles that bear any connection or relationlhip with the object it ar dently and finceielyloves and tho with weak co optrrtting with the force of the ardour of too often leads or into when it is governed with it proves an integrity of able in its and nobfe in its We nt therefore to difcoxirage the diftates of ra tional birnirifwith the ferv ur of exalted but we muft the fallacy of en foe parent of and delufion Every virtue united borders fo clofeiy on Us oppofite that it is diiricult to fay wliere the tenrunaiion ends j in regaid tlierefore to the coitime moration oruther of judicious we are to celebrate their caufes in al luiiott without wandering into the of or totally difcarding the efiehtiais of 6 thies the propriety bf a wellregulated our bldFed Saviours iiarivity cannot be obferr yed ivithtoo grateful a fpirit of nor wel comed with too univedal a It teaches us many evidently and eter nal alike toths glory of and the benefit of Among the it enf jrces the three chief with peculiar as was before our love to to our and to In refpecl raour love to a duty equally as ra as it it we are led to it by varijus mo not ouly fur the many bleflings we receive daily of his paternal but alia from the plea fmg that in hgu we and our SyJricimt indeed is the leaft caufe even of temporal to urge us to cultivate our to which is the fUit fcnirve of all other vir and is in the very root of ftlfIovt however degenerative from its 01 igina Man being perverfe in his and unftablein his he mult be even wooed ro his own happi and with foms dexterity of ikil or he will ipurn the cup with and infult where he adore for which reafon he who the knevibell w at wuuM li ittpfollow its Own and by the wife of pure volantary ant we are wrotght irrto an gra dfttijin of tove to theinanificent tektoJ ovidencealwaysapprars melt vifible tj thofewho rrtoft and examine its difpenfations and w hale Very chaliifeirients afi 10 lull of that our thaikfulnes therern eiigrt to be as as our we therefore but the katt attentibh to the ot pr the cup of either woukt gtfide us to the love of dpert aVenue tor pro fitable contemplation i as both ire manitelty tlefignsd our ultimate felt by the and foen by tilewife Bejiefits and though eppofite in tneir they oftentimes produce oaejmJ the fame Both arefoo frequently as well on the learned as the the ChrilUan as the In fidel4 and the Prince as thi oirbj Benefits ge nerate and love works exclufive then of thoie ordinal y inducemtnts thit impel the neceflity of loving com nate and it is not only bin even indulge with a d zeal to excite us tcx the reaouaile t of this is evermore Upon that we might not tte by inglorious than nor fix our beam on nobler that of our fupreme aid eterua indeed kiailles more the ovr we fee tlve Havea felf creating a wliuk world for cdr and filling it with every preoous to tire en joyment of our nature j fee him itriprdficg his own divine image on peri eel ine them with immortality i when we ee his iniif tendernefs fii itfeif over our winked and for four thoufknd yeus after beVrirg innumerable ahd inicjuirics Kbvn we arrange the mfuiiie mercks uliich lie ftiawers upon weigh tMir though ag gregated in ohe rtill lighter the leuft of all his boons when we ee angels them if 1 ves are made to minifter to our and archangels to protect us in our perils 5 when element con1 curs to anil creature yiehis to oifr will when htll is from us heaven and esnh uni eto make us happy when we on air I rur reafon is ia wonder and admiration 1 But when we come to con fid calmly to on the migliry rcylrery where God himfelf condeiccnds to take our nature upon to aflert the diviniy of as to work vf it the leaft fsrifation j y with ri valled efforts fttive t confcions of her the foul then thinks deferving her fphere de ferving expectations deferving her defcenti Till loft in fhe burns with and With feraphs triumphs Having now tint the of our prefent from the great tiuih it ccmmeirK is a duty pofitively obligatory to be I now offer a few thoughts which narurally arife the contemplati m of thefe fcenes it exhi bits on thefecond part of the JefTon it enforces j the love of our Many incontrovertible pro moral and be enfiy laid dDvvn in behalf of this without deducing any arguments in its favour from divine author and ii indeed we even away the new commandment we fhall till fihd it a duty fovndd nn the ftriiteft wil dom and found Our foul being as we are faipturally in the af who is infinite it is uothirg more t ai to infer from tjiat the genus cf its priruipltt muft be in its nnd that not to luve our neighbour is nearly as unnatural as not to lave By loving 6ur neighbour is hire by doing him kind an rendering him every neceflfary temporal and asfar as within us lies for which caufc that IJCLY ONE was whofe is this day and whofe lirrgle reafon to urge the propriety of Ipving our brain confirms tlie authority of the and i at once the hrighteit and pureft pattern cf userrirg Scarce any vii tue is incre intereitijig in the fight tlvhnjthe love of our neigliijcurr whofe genuine principles and tgeftsarefo fully yet concifely delineated by Saint Paul in the thirteenth chapter to the that every endeivour to after To maiterly a tho attempted by the moft kilful would be very juftly confiJered as vanity and Next then to the divine command the pure o this our are referred to the foregoing chapter where a re told the in fufficiency of the nobieft pretenfions without the me rit of true philanthropy where likewife they are taught the nectfli y cf its the btnig nity of its and the fu ieme excellency of its eftimation every virtue Little hall be inlifted on inrelarjjn to he love of as no man isat a tlie pnrt of this however deficient he may be in the eflen tially moral part of according to the true fprrit of chrulianity for did Jie indeed bye himfelf pfo he would never diitrefs liis brother in any caufe or wiihhold anj of this world feeing he liath need of for ry I am to a reverfe condurt too conftvcuoufly prevails among and more efpecially the trading members cf Tley are not content to over reach erch other in their ut they muft af terwards add the 1m of pppreflion along with it and infteadof proving a of istoo ofen made afeafon of for row and affllaion to too many of our nectifitousbrethren however cr however b they perfonal or of every degree
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