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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 30, 1766, London, Middlesex The Gazetteer and New Daily ir H A Y M A R K E The laft week but one of the Companys playing this By his MAJESTYS AT the OPERA in the HAY on Monday the ilt of will performed The PROVOKED HUSBAND Lord Townly by BAR R Y HURST Count Palmer WESTON John Harden MGeorge Conlta Lewis Murden Lord Town Keen j Sir Francis SHUTER Lady MGeorge Lady Johnfton Mils Mifs Gilpin Mils Maden Welton Mo therly Worley Lady With ENTERTAINMENTS of To which will be The OLD HarloWj Davis Aickin Palmer MGeorge Mils Harlow by Boxes Pit Firit Gallery ttflper Gallery The pit and galleries to be operiS at five the boxes at To begin exactly at No perfou can be admitted behind the Ladies are defired to fend their fervants at four to keep Places to be as of at the Little Vivant Rex On Tuefday The for the benefit of And on The For the BENEFIT of By his MAJESTYS AT The THEATRE in the HAY on Tuefday being the id will be performed a called The MI N being pofitively the laft time of performing that piece this COLH by FOOTE Richard Aickin Sir William Caftle the Davis Palmer MGeorge and WESTONj S H U T E R Lucy by Mifs of A New by Arnaud and Mils End of the SHUTER will For that night entertain the Ladies and Gentlemen with his POSTHASTE OBSERVATIONS in his JOURNEY to To which w11 be added a called The DOUBLE D I A PPOI N TM EN JPJjfiiini O wiih by SHU T E R Marquis oe Fanfaron by WES Je MGeorge 5 Boxes Pit Gallery The hotjfe will be open at fix and begin exactly at to be and places of at the Vivant Rex BOOKS N O SELLING The price printed inthe and marked in the firlt leaf of every By B E N J A M IN At Horaces in Fleetftreet j by whom is A CATALOGUE of the entire LIBRARIES of the SAMUEL Archdeacon tof lately deceafed of a Barrifter at retired from Practice and of feveral other valuable Parcels of Books which make together a fine in almoft every clafs of ana in moft of the ancient and modern Languages many of the Books are in elegant and curious Among them are the following M State Kaorr Delicis vivis Trew Hortus Roefet Icronibus 5 4to Sthmidel Icbnes Planta Ehret per vivis Catetbys cuts Knorr RumphiiHerbariumAm j Dilleanii Hortus Eltha a linnai Hortus Cliffortia Hills Vegetable 7 Hills natural 3 Millers Gardeners Dic lall Stwkelys Itinerarium cu rio Horfekys Britannia Ro Spences of Com Ainfworth and John lous i Harriss Collection of z Stowes Survey of Lon z Statutes at by Cay and Ruff he and 6 Galeria par De oar Crozit Recueil dEf i Ruins of Palmyra and a Calmet fur la Biblfj 8 DTI Halde de la Oeuvres 6 Oeuvres 3 Pot re eiiseci Platouis 3 Ariitophamis Biblia 8 Vitriuija in 2 Du 6 Lexicon Golii vpe Bry India 4 Antoniana 2 6 Catalogues may be had at ths place of fale and allb of j in 5 Piccadilly Charingerofs and aiJ U Bt oyai Price To the and FREEHOLDERS oftbt County HIS Majefty having been gracieufly pleafed to appoint me jointly with Lord to be Paymaiter of the my feat in parliament is thereby become vacant 1 humbly intreat the honour of your vote and iatereft at the next afluring you of my fteady attachment ts the laws and liberties of this and of my grateful attention to the and profperity of my who upon fo ihewn fuch an affectionate regard to Their moft and Moil obliged humble GEORGE The misfortune I have met with in breaking my I plead my excufe for not miking aperfonal application at of Leave ta inform her and late that fhecarries on the bufmefs for the benefit of herfelf and children where the may depend upon taing ferved with as wi her late hufbands By thsir molt obedient humble ANNE ISLAND rear the being opened for the wlio liaih been at a great expence in the im proveinent tJie nnd in pleiitifull itock ing the filh pond for tne free amufement of all who delight in humbly begs to fo the countenance of the public lithath well Stored his cellars with the belt of liquoi s and that the belt choice of every be his ploafmg ftudy to As this little Ifhnd of from its ad vantages and is capnbie of affording that iolace and retirement the molt diltant iitua I hope the as well as my frienas in be pleafttl to accept this in vitation j to accommodate in thegenteeleft mall be the conitant regard of Their obliged and very humble BRAFIELD wihi hut at the ufual i For the letter JONAS HAN WAY fee loft To the PRINTER of the I S as the lofs really is he unhappy people of BRIDGETOWN have fuftained by the late deftructive far as the ruin thereof will inevitably extcul among foiiie hundreds of cnir own aud horrible as the afpect it at prefent neverthelefs from the precipi tate cabal gimt he great COLOSSOS of mutable tie prefent misfortune does not fomuch engrols our atteiHior as it though it falls within the limits f our power to alleviate it and nothing but want of a due confideratian on fo deplorable a can mils our and prevent our From our and connection with the they are indeed tntitied to the warmeft rfforts of our and who cannot but expedl to be pa tronized by a general concurrence of our endeavours inthe immediate rcdrefs of their recant which alike challenge our notice and intereft our tender Human nature is urgent in its and defponding under its Barbadian fub jects are too notorioufly oppreffed with both to need any comment Lately I had an opportunity to fee feveral to their refpective wherein they folicit our nffiftance in teiyns that would melt the moft obdurate and breathe their petitions with fuch an energy of unem bellifhed with the powers of as convinces me that no however carries fo ir refiftible En effect as what immediately flows from the Diffracted fentiments imply a perfect diftrefs and in thefe letferAC have the iirongeft The ideas of the like their appear embarrafled witji wretchednefs and We fee what they would and we feel what they would They convey the molt lively images under abrupt the paffions with fudden interjections and unutterably affect ing Defcriptive elegance finds no place in their periods and the whole fenfe of every letter is one continued iniellipei ceof except fome oc cafional laconic in befetchmg our cha and relting in humble expectation of certain then they rely on us for our protec and build all their hopes upon owr in the name of let us not renew the flames of their affliction with the torch of difappointmenVj but let us unanimoully haften to their and with fuch a proportion of as may ttftify a proper fenfe of the wants it s our intereft to Willingnefs almoft effects impoflibiiities and numbers render the hardeil talks ealy THREE HUNDRED THOUSANIJ among a is undoubtedly a very confiderable to efpccially in charitable contributions hut if ferioufly attended to by the it is a mere mite and in the raifingof not a finale individual would much the moft fimple dif either immodiacly or refuking from his Moft of us have frequently feen many a deep and fpacious pond filled to the very brim with and from no other fountain than thofe innumerable drops falling from the clouds many benefactors though their feveral fingly fiiall be as inngnificant as a fmail drop of rain can with the utinoft facility muittr a Bank oi fo enormous an as to aftoniih its and dignify its own In this great and popul us what a vaft fun then be accumulated for the relief uf thofe unfor tunate and without the ieafr vifjble diminu tienPf even the gains 1 he only in the and that formidable as it ever we all have it in our power to fupprefs and renounce j the very pooreft of us find no fatisfactory plea if we are deficient in oiir ajms en tliis melancholy occafion and the rich if rerrufs in their Be merciful after thypower iyjtjpu haft give plenteoufly if thou haft thy dili gnce gladly to give of that for fo thou i gathered to thyftlf a good reward in the day of n celebrated father of the hath wifely that Charity is a cba raficrifiic ef n child of God from child of the Every experienced mafter of men and manners will readily admit the force of this truth for nothing is more than that from whatever breaft this virtue it undeniably that other equally noble and are rending alfo iu the fame place and wherever it is we may venture to pronounce the reverie I like is better felt than de fcribed and however harfhly we may charge the Turks with barbarifmand it is well ihat a tenth part of their revenue is annually applied to charitable which cannot but reflect a high dishonour on all thofe Chriftians who do not nbferve the fame rule whofe character indeed ought not to be much lefs in the practice of any one moral virtue confpicuous in Barely to commiftrate the diltreffes of the unfor without giving a more fubftantial proof of our is liKe having faith without werks as P ul is nothing Ex is the trueft left of and the conduct of the Britifh nation verifies it to a degree of proverbial re Let t lure the worthy inhabitants of BRIDGETows experience our by a tardy progivffion of benevolent becaufethe diitance of their places the fufferers from perfonal applications nor let the of their misfortmu1 be efiy from becaufe the aftVcling e or ruin and defolation falls not daily in tht way o ocuhr orikr vstion but let them be to excite us to a double as we hall thereby acquire u dou ble of for by feeding we never is makifig friends of all before ever this accident I Slave heard feveral in fiances of the po anil of the natives of DOES and fmce their late dreadful many of our naval and military who have been often en the have publickly and repeat edly extolled their generofity with fuiinhle One anecdote I beg leave to General it who commanded the expedition againft the French itlands in the was fo thoroughly flmiible of the and intrinfic merit of the that his earneft and final re that his remains might be carried to as he he to be buried among the dead of that humane and hofpital people and if my information be they were accordingly brought fro one of our other ifiamls where he and were drcentiy and honourably interred in one of the urinci al churches in Was the General now in the fame fpirit of grati tude Avould have exerted itfelf in their ade quate to their and liberal as their civiliiies fo we may juftly conclu that they loft a friend in that worthy divers of our officers have enjoyed the fame bountiful favours as Hopfsa and undoubtedly they have the fame fen timenti of grateful and entertain the fame good wilhes for the p always accuftomed to the conveniencies and comforts of this find it hard lo reconcile them felves to the bare neceflaries of it even of the very latter of tbefe our ruined brethren are now de prived and great numbers of I are fcricken in without a without rai without food A complication of diftreffes feldom happen and when a calamity involves a whole people in the power of connected friend mi p is reduced nothing better than reciprocal con Hcpe itfalf expires at the expectation of local whyi a like hath le velled all Humanit didders at the and a re capitulation of circumitances is only an aggravation of the Cold and fa is now the lot of refined the portion of vanished the cup of celebrated hofpita lity What a fwift change from riches to from happiaefs to milery i The fudden tranfition is horrible co think intolerable to feel Evils like thefe will overwhelm the htalthieft drudges of occupational penury how much then thofe unhappy people who now fuftain thofe and in the keeneft fenfe The reflexion is yet it is neceffary to dwell u if it is productive of the lealt mark of Let not who are not in a capacity to figure on a fubfcriptiqn be difcouraged from throwing in their mite into the common when we may that even the offering of a milling is acceptable nor Let us har bour the plea on thefe occafions in checking the gift of benevolent with the weakeva fions of the inferiority of individual Re member what hath been fad of many drops being collected in one The fmalleii donation is preg nant witfi Our is the caufe ci our remifTnsfs while an habitual idea in contempt of trifles difappoints the expectations of and aggravates the murmurs of who read thefe are humbly requefted to read likewife the Let no dif fipating occurrences cool your till you have fulfilled its dictates the neceflity is and the fufterers are Your billings your very are eafily dropped in as you pafs the bankers and as you will not mils can you be backward in parting with them lufulringis the fear that hints a fubfcrip cion it i unvvorihy the title that is afHxeJ to tite Britifh character no le cur contri be like our Alms nre nt ob jects are worthy hence circle of my own private aie nor terdting themfelves in thr of unfcnunare men and it is that our pnrioric ndniK among the reft of excylent fchernss now in embrio for the public not pafs over unnoticed the calamity f as it is an object equally tielervins ihiir a1 tent ion as and their encourrgauent as crea Augiijl D A M U The hitur A Frcprietor of inclful in an A Conitant is u it Leticrs I e Freeholders fcond a addreilrd to the or t Bri An Old IVght4hiian elated from O ncnymo G Quey To ths p R I N T E R of the o A T T E E R IN reply to Cor s ed in lalt Mondays as and the which is plsafjd to draw there I do I ITUS viiit to Deputy that no u ent u was of an when I called en ir 7 on paffing his in my to and that the meflage I delivered to Sir Rcf from my the Loid w s wuiv to dirfire lie cai on him as where he was to ard that my calling out of tleu ro ji thur ws only crquire vvhsn the cliairmaii fpoke As to for Ln ftile and w a of I no it of c iiife not concern ia but new to decide on M of and the meriu liich iin a be and thouijlft Toer to iupply if Nsrte To lUe of ths riIG r nterirr hr or ca binet I channel of your fhte the In the late neeotiition bttwcrn Ptr hs as in borh The the Inn c to declare his to fDI or rin tion which Flus j and therefore rh rsxinin a Lord ntiecled ukh bit in of ability and had thi ad vantage of extcnfive aid of the good liking of forth his ti ietj to this declared him totally irti time Pin s hlnijelf fnit to thai tfnjf the very which g jn f Tins is ths I be glid to knew if rSw nobie Lord is fo fud capable or was the refilled merdy becaufe it came from Lord T or is evt fo that prcfs warrants are now iifued cr is fo illjudging as o imagine thar th and fortunes of the nrft nobility of this are to he at his difpofa Jie this s ir is and pr ves confiltcncy of as and fiicerity Llcdif pofition towards his y L O N n o Yefterday arrived tiie mails fVosi by which we the e Extract cf a in frelh A NvhVch thD m pun v happily it neictiv to pvc vav bv per ions and the Prince vvirh out injury The Court iii5 been extremely this From i fine General a fix from that ty had iiiirred by whLi ttit therf on the of A iuter i 5fier had been tiureby one of a of t f Vdy dead and it was feai cd that isw of would Ou her Richmond to ie main till ir It is laid Sir is nproifltcH one or Lores in of morning a lent cxnirs to the Right the Earl of at The revifal of our in cifa of as mentioned intha vrcek Scheme of ths Earl of ap proved of hjy the Lord Chancellor it toVakeits we by tiiauf in the Houlof A of Lord niss witn oih r vii ceinVv laid bfcrSvih Ho Wearc ftrongly That t is to prohimt Frencti wns n Trelrn v5rte of a Krifiih c o holVli icr feflly toiise 1 T internal and external v not be vry t ;