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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 20, 1766, London, Middlesex tB The Gazetteer and New A U O U S T H A M A K K E The SECOND hii MA J Jt s T Y s AI1 fche OPERA in the HAY THIS be prelented ROMEO and Koiieo by BARRY Aickin j DAVIS Tib MGeorgi SHUTER Ken LSKW Friar Hurlt j W E S T O N Frist Nelfon Old Pierce Caftle Hamilton j Qui k j Lady B U R D E N Mrsv WORLEY To wikli wil a44ed the Comedy of TUe M I O by FOOTED Aickin Sir William Caftle j the Davis i MGeorge and WESTON Quick Francis and Stnitton Lucy by Mifs G I L P I Boxes Firft Gallery Upper Gallery Th4 pit and galleries to be opened at five the at To begiia exactly at No perfon pan be admitted the Ladies are defiied to fend their fervants at four takeep Places to be as of at the little Vivant Rex For the BENEFIT of WEST By MAJESTYS AT tie THEATREROYAL in the IIAY MARKETj being the sift of will be performed a called Xne BEAUX S T R A TA G E Archer by a Being his firlt appearance on the Davifj Palmer Bo Lewis Keen Sir Charles Quick Scrub W E S T O N 5 j M George Ena of Ail A favourite Song in Love in a by WES End of the Joe Hainess on an by To which will be added a called Taken from The OLD Hufcnnd by Who has Bbt performed that part thefs ten Boxes 581 will be opto at fix and begin of at the Virant Rex JH A K Y B O N E G A R D E N HrnHE mufical entertainments will be continued I Werjr Admittance one hilling each doors to be opened at five and the muuc There Witt a under the direct tHfn of To and FREEHOLDERS oftki County IS having been gracioufly pleafed to kj appJnt me jointly with Lord to be ayjttalter of the my feat in parliament is thereby become vacant j J therefore humbly in treat honour of your vote and inlereft at the nsxt afluring you of my fteady attachment to the laws and liberties of this and of my jnjp grateful attention to the and prosperity of my who upon fo ihewn fuch an affectionate regard Their and Molt obliged humble OtOKvjp misfortune I have met withjn my I plead my excufe for not a perfonal application at This day is price at Dedicated to the Right Earl AN on the late W Efq fan of the Jia w art fallen The readeris to cor reft the following for read honouss and Stanza fecond for rings icad Ibit day it price AN EXAMINATION of tnePRINCIPLES and of a LATE RIGHT HONOURABLE He fell from his duty and all his former ft Sends this he didio that he feemed to all jnento have loit his wits when his Printed for oppofite in Piccadilly and fold like wile by at Buh and at York 5 and all ether Of whom be An ENQUIRY into theCONDUCT of a LATE Right Honourable COMMONER particularly in re gard nis new aiid With AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT 0f a The Third price The HISTORY of the Price and day is prict or ts The SEcoNib With an Index of and their THE MODERN PRACTICE of the LONDON and Containing copies of the and a ticular account ctthe different methods of cwreat the different ho for the various difeafes incident to the human Very proper for all apo aad panicilarly ufcfiil far all private fa efpecially thofe rehding in the Printed for and in Parer nofterrow in the Sttacdj Farthe UKFORTUNATEINHABITANTS IT is the honour and felicity of all who bear the name of in ihe prefent that they need only made acquainted with the more ftrikingcalamities of human to alleviate according to their refpeftive fpeedily and All Europe the public hand exten led to relieve and maintain our very ene when and during the late war and effectuallyto thrown on by on the return of It befuperfluouso frame an ela borate on behalf of our Brethren and reduced to the fevered by the late calamity in Earbadaes printed letters written on the fpeak for By inevitable where no infurance is practica the fortunes of the moft opulent inhabitants in a few dreadfully impaired and the little All of in 1ubDrdination to by honeft diligence and induftry fought a decent fub totally Thelefs is moderately computed at THREE HUN As a partial until the benevolence of the public could be generally 48 of the more immediately interested in the joined by the Right Honourable Lord the ful the Salters Wiliiain Charles and John Efqrsj Coltman nd Walker and John James Alexander and a Lady have lub fcribed of which will be imme diately lent to Barbadoes in Awhe lall Sir John William Daniel jLaf John Philip Gorge Ajexander Dame Joljn Robert andJofeph Efqrs Jacob Black James Frederick and John then pre fent together with Nathaniel Efq William and John Uruwn and every contributor of or were ap pointed co meet at Lloyds at twelve on Wednelday the of and every Wednesday fortnight for the manage ment of this Backweli and Pallmall Child and Sir Jofeph Hankey and Sir Charles Afgill and Sir Richard Glyn and Browns and Fuller and and Lee and Ay in the are appointed to receive dona tions for this laudable pur to which thefmalleft contribution will be and thankfully although it clanns the meft liberal attenuon ot the affident and Extrafls of Letter ricelvtd from Jlnct the dreadful Mqy By the fearful calamity of the i4th by a ftrks carelcfUy going to fleepwiih a candle by d to the Attorney boh fides of Broadftreet part of and the ftrcet Streakers houfe near l 4180which wreprincipal c are totally The at a moderate amouat to per Our hips are detained by the dread ful which laid twothirds of Bridee Town in of the inhabitants who Witnt to deep the i4th inftant worth awoke in extreme poverty and the bitterelt tne confequence may none can only our ifores of bat are fcarce a barrel of flour to be knows the poorer people were never in luch dilh our negroes muflfuffer is computed we have not many weeks provifion in lie on lxard having no fhelteron Ihore from the complicated ruin mult affeft the hardell We are in a moft deplorable by the which fcarce allowed us time to fave our muchhfs our in a weak Hate died with town has a ter ribie there not being a fufriciant number ot houle left to receive thofe driven out by the rhe Englidi and of our produce i Toor farbadoes never faftainedfuch aca lamity as that of the 4Ooiioufesoi the pnici al with very maay we e in twelve and a valt quantity of A number of the the wind and mdepend hy iiduiljy M t are now reducad public the fire half naked s before had wealth to obtain uui Our fcr the jigntd J a who refufe not jnlHcc to W American though they XrN J devoured thou fands of your ien Itnd merykour rs r r J he whole ingle word fo late might ftand againft the is and fo poar to do him re Can Briton then have how early in and with a narrow he hazarded the rage of a minilter to preferve the right of a freeman and with what eveii he awed the of venality and corruption r When long after threstened with dangers from and funk in delpondence at his with one called on him to defend aad deliver did this man difappoint her hopes Does mt his name at this day difmay our more than the re membrance of our formidable or yet more formidable fleets It will it cannot be In the name of do condemn unheard tMs meritorious Some weeks ago the affairs of Britain were repnrtrd to be in dangerous htroof the h was faid to have joined the Family Com Prince Ferdinand to have become a penfioner of France a whofe idea alone thrown into your enemies fcale inftantly funk your ftocks the Spanifh r threatening to leave if you fpoke a Syllable more of the M a ranfom the French chicanery Continued on the Banks of Newfoundland the French infidelity tampering with Indians and backfetters the Frenck avarice fmuggling among your fugar iihads along coafts of Africa and Afia your neighbours the Dutch at their old tricks and all this while none of your late wretched ftatefmen were poflefied of or ability enough to cuntroul your or counteract your fecret The general cries of the people at lalt reach our Sovereigns ear tbeir patron is called once more to vindicate their invaded honours he undertakes the but noble but the gar dener of in his ridingcoat ftudded haftens tu lhare the importance he has not merited our champion with confcious dignity re the He begins the fecond epoch of his with by procuring the ad vancementof an approved advocate of freedom to hold the fcales of equity by propofing healing meafures with the northern Mo and reconciling him again to his natural con nexions by projecting to retain in our fervice for 1 at tbe pjice of one hip of the rhsgreatefc General of the age by iecuringthat Generals at through the promotion of a friend of his to The of the Britifh army alfo is to the chief at no additional expence to the the pay of a few Aid riii Camps and of a Secretary excepted j a young who was a conqueror and a hero when only a Lieutenant in the is made an AH Camp to the Are thefe the crimes for which the late William Pitt is the object of univerfal odium and unbounded reproach fay he has taken a fo much the worfe for his popularity but it remains to be that it is at all the worfe for his country But he cannot ferve that country fubftantiallynow this likewife remains to be proved and will the Grand Jury of England condemn with out evidence A Lover of Juflict and of Ifi NeuterV letter far fccure themfelves from the bafe refute themfelves from the bare Tbe fallowing let ten are tome lo band An Imumiai An Old Jack Tarpaulin A An A Lawyer An Epiitle to a Friend in the An Jbf letters snd A Man of and An Account of the Great Officers of the Crown To the PRINTED of the GAZET From the 1 8 In favouring with a little pbce in your xifeful paper for the following fliort addrefs to ny trj in anfwer to one in your of this da v you will oblige your humble B COUNTRYMEN and FELLOW F you give credit to the cf a very addrels to you in the Gazetteer of this you will make a falfe conclufien for the author of theaddrefs which he terms never wrote a Sir John whom fidered as an hornft acling upon Again he would deceive you by terming addrefs which ycu well know fignifies and But if the fads there afferted are true and I am convinced they can never be there can be ao ijijury or abufe in relating If the epithets annexed to tliofe are only expreffive of the caufes whence they the baneful influence they have and the direful con equences they have they are np more defamatory than calling thatan infamous foil which producss only nettles and In recapitulating I have onlyexpofed to the people the wounds the public have and whence they come and with this only of nij their and putting them on their guard e lealt a worfe evil yet befal he queftion is what the Peer will but what the Commoner has Let the itncken deer B To jP I L O P To the GRAND JURY of ENGLAND R I ETTER Middlu were The the G county in hih A lor r his f ic year of tile body of the whole their Michaelmas of tht of itii public thanks to Sir TLomaj Rsue cave in the prudent cf or 1 rhy alede the pari will fave each they ufunlly give rii an apprentice fee upon a I did not then give above above Upon tiie they encou rage the parirtie io fend as many children as the houfe can that thefe pnrlfhes cannot provide for them nor the public money railed for the ufe of the children be better Thire are fubjoined to their general the follow ing particular By breeding the panfh children in this they will be taken as apprentices to very good or as for their education and the pa riflies will fave the money they now give with and the cloaths they ufually That no accidental expence can be charged upon them by the officers of the ekherfor or any other accident the being the whole charge in the and confequcntly the accidental book of the parilh will be much That no child can be paid that is hotj nar any pay allowed longer than it is the officers of the parishes with much more talc and adjuft their wlien thsy pro duce an acquitance from the for a There will not be fo many children expofed to the parim as now for it is believed that one half of the children left totheparhh in the it more to fave and to avoid the trouble given by parifh officers about than for want of 39 to pay for had they a as in the Here the widower may fettle hi children anfl go to the Indies for a or any where he The widow may do the The youngTnan who by folly is having placed his child may be free from the opportunity of further by the wombs com ing after him for which is the occafion of getting more and crater The tradefman may oH having here prcvided for his and may Ice it every day without or any further Thexlying man may be fure of a provilion for his for to the his child to be taken care of and put forth and to have out of the tofet up withall whatever he may leave more is to be accounted for every yefcr to the Jultices at every if he by leavepobody elfe and the interell made and a good fund in hnd is now fettled for the performance hereof and at the horfe everyone may be fatisfied therein a man may find many per fons who will offer to fee this to whofe if the money and child were the be loft and and the child come to ihe And for fuch as are not willing to engage perfon for they may leave a caution of money in the and have the fund fettled for fur pi u fag e returned when they take away the the ufual rate of the houfe being firft and no queftions afked whofj the cliild or whence it You will obferve here are fyme or fufpicions of but tlieie merit the lefs attention from the of the great partiality fop this new favourite As to the improvement on the Poors extended to the growing to manhood arid fitting up in it fuppofes the charity to be fcr commerce in great not nor la bour in the But if could be provided for a pure dUigpnt admiirftrruion of fuch a Ipreume it might be beneficial iofoma Upon the feveral of tixfc e of life in the digefting regulations for diU trefled part of and to jpJnft the evil accidents ot life but in this cafe it that too rruch was attempted ar once arid it is a filent leffon to us to avoid the ame f rror on thit If the faving of lives was their chief they outrun their own At the fame time it irraft be that the prefervirHr fife it not do ail the Many children are fent to pa rifeei turned of five years and are entitled to great regard with refpecl to Our prefent objecl is the prdervfttion of from an early The cf the is the grand bulwark of the paridi Under the cover of it the greatest or the greateft lie equally open to The Lords and Com mons do not pafs bills for the tnxarion of the peo ple for the of the with a more indif putable authority than lie does for the fijpport of the parifti poor at leaftif he makes appear that fo raucfc money is it muf be The Aft by virtue of which this is done remain ing in full thefe Magiftrates had no fubfe quent authority whereby they could compel the of ficers to fnbmit to their though they feem to have into it j for as to the mode of pcferving the this being left to them out it too often happens that s e changed or oufof ther or to they In the mean time the poor eft lv T lofes his You muft be cafe to this queftion of ici ih IT jj iar has ben youi s and s the of fuccced 1 ing yon in the roint in qiieltioM belt appear by of te infant Lf we confer that in this happy in all pri vate of to which no ncr law have recourfe to the fuprenie how nnxii more ought we to apply redrefs ire is The o j a now be fore us is no iefs than the lives of who are under the immediate protftbn of the funrdians of the lives and properties cf the peopleardiflife be in joung cr from the ty ranny cf cuftomin he want of the na tural means of or any other diitrefs in evry circumfJance we may liope for How it has come about no application his been or no eff rfrfrefc given in fuch a length of is not very d to conceive 11 e fame that produced the would nau raliy operate for the continuance of it That it bepn a cuftom to fuffcr thefe young citizens to die U if it were a riffht is That it i hath prevailed fora feries of years no ;