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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 12, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and From AND NEW DAIIY ADVERTISER jriatdtttbtvttrittj y channels tbraigb ivbich it Imtefy bun tbt meant of detecting fo many tmdtf ap prehending fo many that it may bt praptr to give THIS PUBLIC Tbat far tbt all information of this fenttoHo W9TWE ET utiil be conftantly inferted in THIS PAPER 6UCH INFORMATIONS art properly attended rt by BtfYlRS OF SECONDHAND few robberies will efcape j ALL PERSON make ufe of the fame paper to advertife loffes FIELDI WARNINGS from thing loS tr in the f itrttj aft ftr Afrattb tt edlflvtr by the tf tbii R A M A K A T T H B INGS THEATRE in the IIS the nth of will be I a new Serious called L E R O E C I N E S The Mufic compofed by Signior With new new and Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be delivered This Day at the faid at half a guinea each Gallery five By f heir MAJESTIES No peribn whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the The pit and will be opened at To begin at half an hour after fix H A Y M A R K E By PARTICULAR AT the Kings Theatre in the on Monday the of will be AN ASS M B L Being the Wt this Tickets will be delivered to fiibfcribers This at the office of faid If any tickets remain more than fublcnbed they will be delivered an Monday at the at fix and twenty Killings Every ticket will admit either one gentie jaan or two 1 Five different doors will be opened at twelve for company to go where chairs will eafily be r Vivant Rex HAYMARKET The E LEVBN T H GEORGE ALEXANDER STEVENS will de liver His NEW with the AD THIS The to be opened at fix to begin exactly at feven Boxes Pit Gallery A L M A C K the i8th will be 4 GRAND CONCERT and Fer the BENEFIT of order to enable the Orovernors to complete the New Wing for the reception of a greater number of This will be the laft public ball granted there this Tickets One Guinea each which will admit two ladies or one gentleman to be had at and at the following Rain Cornhill Temple bar j Abiiig Holbofn Covehtryftreet and the Grofvenorftreet 5 alfo at the Hofpital ot John Frith and William King fquare but ONGK theie NINE For the BENEFIT of AT the Theatre Royal in on the nth of will be performed the Tragedy of C A WALKER Smith t Davis derfon tocks With a FAfcCt Soxes Pit tNo To Clarke Gibfpn rer An r Lucia Mat Upper Gallery ndthe at fix int Rex at oppofite York the where and jijfjin Tuefday L mil be L E A at in Coventgarden and of where places may be By Right Honourable and Governeffes of the will be ASabforiptJeri at the New Atiction Room in TObegin at feven TO preveftt improper the beg leave to that Uie ptirchafer will or her name on the backof each otherwife it cannot poffibly be Ladies are ear neJtly requefted to come without Tickets to be had at Jamessftreet the Smyrna Palimail j or at the Ge neral Lyingin Oxford And it is trenuoufly that fuch tickets as are not made may btreturned to tne Smyrna which will prevent ntuch hinder miftakes and loffes of as well before as after the v f4t An5 Lady or who fliall purchafe a dozen and pay fix guineas the fhall have a power of recommending three inpatients and three during the enfuing year And tis earneftly defiredr that the moneymay be paid atone orotherof the above places before as none can be received at the door and aa it will fave the infinite and will alfo fave this poor charity many uncer tainties and in collecting the money after the entertainment is S A T U R D A A P R I L This day in price A SECOND EDITION of FALSTAFFs WEDDItfG A Written by author of the Review of Jphnfons and feveral other ingenious Printed for in Panls To the GENTLEMEN ot the TWTOT1CE is hereby that the next General XlJ Meeting is fixed for Wedhefflay the i6th day of at fix in the at the Crown and Rolls tauern in for the final eftablifhment a Society for granting annuities to the widows of gentlemen of this Printed copies of the dead of fettletnent in ihe meaflrt be had of Jpfiah at his Six Clerks in Chan cerylane and every inclinable to be come a is denred to fignify fuch his inten tion to previous to the General Meet a book being opened for that purpofe THE Chelfea as before will be fold by at the Great Exhibition m THIS and the following In this lale there will be fe veral lots on fine blue and alfo great variety of fine old japan nankeen and in fervices of dirties and compleat tea baking likewife fine India India paper for quadrille mother of pearl fitfi and India japan fome very large being the annual fale to fettle the accounts with the different To be and catalogues had till the time of which will begin each day at Tmt ttaj iveu In Two Price THE TRIUMVIRATE The Authentic Me moirs of and Printed for in Where may be a Dramatic by a price The Platonic a by the The Double Mif a by the The Letters of Henry and in price bound The jd and 4th volumes of the Letters be tween Henry and which cor are in the and will fpeedily be si I This Dai it A CATALOGUE of Curious and Valuable in feveral Languages and the greateft part of them imported from abroad Containing a large collection of capital books of Greek and Roman and a large affortment of the beft French A great number of the books are large magnificently bound in by the belt binders in London and To be fold for ready money the price printed in the catalogue By W I L S 0 oppofite York in the Catalogues to be had at and Templebar i Richardfon and under the Royal Exchange 5 at the place of fale Fietcher and at Oxford j and at Ihis day is Price fewed bound A DISQUISITION on MEDICINES thatDissoivE the STONE in which CHITTECKS SECRET and Nullius addiftui Jurare in verba By ALEXANDER Printed tor oppafite in the Strand This day h REMARKS on LOWTHS LETTER to the BISHOP of GLOUCESTER with the BISHOPS and the SECOND EPISTOLARY COR RESPONDENCE between his Lordfliip and the Doclor Ut emnium Jic intemptrtintia la Printed for Davis and book over againft Tbii day it In Two price in or THE HISTORY of Sir GEORGE In FOUR Printed for in the On Tuefday next vaill be pricefewtd A LETTER from to Jean Jaque The original French is now firft published from the authors with an Englith tranf fPflbted for at the Feathers in Pater tuitl bi this evening at tne Theatre al in EDDING A Being fhe fecond part of King Henry Son of K E N R I C Davis and in Holborn mported by oppofite in the Bookfcller to his des Nations de 1 deve ijfativement au i UAcademie Royale des Sciences 1765 Voltaire a fes amis des avec iques e Mylord dans les fcpt Pla juveau 7 tfo6ella Letteratura per des Sciences des Beaux partie ajla Amonreufe de Pierre le Hiftoire Univerfelle Sacrei par 18 Memoiresde la Societi Oeconomiquede Commentarii de Rebus in Scientia Naturali Medicina it ARTISTS Affociated for Relief of their DiftreJfed their Widows and THE Artifts aredefired to take that their Exhibition for this prefent year wiil be at Moraines Great in on Thurl day the inftant and all Artifts in and who intend to exhibit with this are defired to fend in their per formances on Saturday the i9th that the catalogue may be timely By Order ot the LANCASHIRE THE Annual Meeting of the Gentlemen of the county of will be held at the Half Moon tavern in on Thurfday the i7th of The Lord George in the Harbord Efqj Edward Efq Efqj Tickets to be had of t John John James ic Stewards and of facing SAMUEL From the Royal Academy in Golden BEGS leave to inform Ladies and that he has opened his new Riding iu Worfhip the eaft fide of Mporheldsj where he propofes to teach the Art of agreeable to the rules he had the honour of being inftrudled in by Sir Sidney Knight Horfes broke and bitted by and kept at Livery under his care and or the Uttersfigned CITIZEN and PATRICK the STRESS is not more dlftinguifli able in its than confpicuous and however unwor thy the yet we are led to commiferate the mam Individual if is ftrangely affefting it to infpire a general in fome ried to that extravagant thatthey feem to la ment the calamity in the creature while a national Diftreis is tao often fcarcely or but barely pitied j as if a fimilitude of affliction leflened the weight of the and what was every families mis fortune was no familys Hence a whofe kingdom itfelf fupports a very critical when the people are not actuated by a principle of public virtue and univerfal fympathy But even of this partial wecannotbe too pre We muft encourage its and indulge its fcnfations we are to liftento its and fatisfy its wifhes j in we ought to cherifh it as a divine if from no other motive than be caufe it diftinguifhes us from the That our Pauprr Diftrefles are cannot be difputedj and that they are cannot be denied let us patiently wait the event of nor raftily fearch too far into the caufe of thofe leaftan aggravation of ad ditional evils may only defeat the fuccefs of our in or otraft the iflue of our final For the it behoves us ftill to prefs the inevit able nf ceffity of a fpeedy relief of thofe grievances which we have occaiionally and which are not only pregnant with every fymptom of difla tisfaftion and but alfo indicate the perils of commotion and Complaint nevsr can too early engage our atten tion in its very firft much lefs to fuffer it to increafe to murmurs and reflections efpecially if de rivfd from unconftitutienal and fupported by the authority of public or difinterefted How extremely ought every prudent ftate to be in liftening and canvaffing thofe caufes of that affeft the members of or invade the principles of When petitions are clamour will be heard and feldom mifcarry to awaken the moft torpid With of true philanthropy and inflexible let it be our invariable tafk to to goad the adamantine heart of fubmit the REASONA BLENESS OP OUR COMPLAINTS to a parliamentary and prefs the immediate expediency of pro tection and Poverty hath its peculiar marks of charafteriftical and notwithftanding no city fiiows an appearance more real plenty and greater than the metropolis of Great yet the Poor thereof are not only more but they bear the badge of penury in the moft ftriking From a fpirit of Oppofition every thing that is offered this it fo unfortunately that there are never wanting a fet of men to contra dift the moft notorious calumniate the beft and impede the moft laudable If the wants of Nature are and eifily is it not a fcandal on any to fuffer its Poor to perifh in their wants for thefe when plenty when their labour merits and when their petitions claim it Yet it is wickedly that among our Poor there is no no no Diftrefles which is fo barefaced to the daily evidences of our eyes and that it would be only aggravating the conduft of their enemies to expofe it in its proper Feeling is certainly thought to be inconfiftent with or we hould never be with remarks that argue the moft depraved and feduced with inferences that hint the moft felfifh To is fedition and to trea fon But nsthing fooner evinces the merits of a good caufe than when its advocates are blackened and mifreprefented by their Equally indu is trie truth of that maxim which The Poor is bated even of hn own ieighbourt tut the Rub bath Incendiaries of every kind are themoit dangerous enemies that fociety can be and it be hoves every good Magiflrate and Citizen to fpare no coft or labour to bring them to public I look upon if to be not one jotin ferioF and Engroflers in every evil quality that can poffeis fhe human They are the Unsal of Belial in the very men who opprefs the Poor under the faving them from the perdition of LUX URY O that the hearts of men could be read in their or that their words were uifered without guile Innocence then would not fuffer for the and univerfal Friendship would be the meed of vir tuous Poverty gealous will I ever bt in the cnufe of and in contributing my little mite towards promoting the Public notwithftanding it flinll be till inlimi ated that I am an a a Toolof the difearded a vile and a private Enemy to my And all thefe unjuft reflec tions are for nothing more than hinting a few Truths that concern the iute eft of the whole kingdom indubitable as the like the Sun will diffufe unlimited if adopted with neftnefs and That I have fome times expreffed myfelf a warmth of language almcft bordering on fome certain I will not deny but it is to be imputed to a Ilncere attachment in fupportof a laudable whofe dubious fuccefs required an exertion of expreffive and fpi med it is well that there are men who are endowed with fuch a true principle of inherent and conftitutional love of that their fentiments break forth with fanguine fervency and irrefiftable truth Sentiments if felt by the or the Little will it affeft me whatever names I am cal whatever afperfions fhali be thrown upon or whatever curfes I may be loaded fo my endea vours prove the fuccefsful for I am not wri ting to win the approbation of but to fecure the favour of Animated with the faithful promifes of HIM who hath commanded us to put no confidence even in can any rational crea ture therefeie hefitate a moment wh ch nnfter to which power to confide or which conduct to chufe is the man that confidereib tbt and Needy the Lord Jball deliver kirn in the time of Read ye enemies of and forego all your meao private ad vantages 1 ail your vain and empty temporal honours no wealth can be permanent that is not acquired by integi and no honour valuable that is not derived froni Among my feveral one goes about to prove the falfity of our Poor by lav there is nothing mere containedin theft tjajs than general without pointing gut a fagle particu lar I deny the But fuppofe it really to fo would it be extremely abfard and need lefs to point out fingle inftances in general evils It would juft as when we are debating on the fubjecl of to name every Cngle when we mean to exemplify the grievous reality pf the But Ihave particularized many Opprcf fiOns that redrefs and fevend are yet which mall be noticed in due offence is already I you will have much more to he You find fays the fame correfpondent general de clamations on the Diftrefles of the in which all the mifery attendant on Famine and Poverty are artfully and unjuftly pretended to be the fituation of the labouring people of this coun deteftable a character ag the liar yet I will think myfelf happy to be proved if it can be appear with that theftate of our Poor are the very reverfe to what they have been repre fented let this be done and I will then acknow with all due that my were only artful and my charges un juft reprefentations j but until this is it will be in vain to defend the iniquity of or contradict the pofitive Grievances of the To be Letters received Cambrienfis Pomarius Lodger at Ca of Jti and A Card for the Male and Female NewYork Afril WE cannot better convey the fecfe of the poor C anadian fufrerers by than by the fol lowing dated fjgned by a Committee appointed in that to a gentle man of our in Though the feven or eight months their prefe at fituatjoa ftilj an object of real com miferation it may therefore be hoped our fe low fubjefts at home will not feel for them the or think any afliftance we give them the lefs been remifs in making known our moft miferable we hope it will be at tributed to the ftrong iinpreflions of grief the mif fortune of the iSth of May has made on oyr which has deprived us of almoft every fa but that of feeking melter find Thoughpme had the happinefs to find amongft Aeir friends and yet the greater are fo unhappy as be deftitute of oa the fueeeffi ore depended for immediate relief of a people almpft ivorn cutby a partlailarly his Majeftys after the fatigues of war were con by the treatment ofthe Court of ard to the paper which at pre ;