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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 31, 1766, London, Middlesex From the exietfvt Salt of Tut GAZETTBBR AND NEW DAILV joiatd to tin vrieh trough ivbleh it bos latify btm tbi of detecting fo many axdvf ap ftrehendihg fo many that tt may bt toropir nve THIS PUBLIC That far tbi informations of be conftantly inferted in TJUS PAPER aaiiij IUCH INFORMATIONS art properly attended toby SECONBHAND fobberiet tfcapt detefluHi WpetiaUy if ALL make ufe of the fame paper to advertife their lofles Thi WARNINGS from ttfag hjf or or toy for taaiftduite Mfratch ty tit printtr if Ms Eor the of THIS not afted thefe By kis MAJESTYs A T the THEATRE ROYAL in the HAY mil be by particular de fire for this night only the Comedy ef WOMANS a The principal partsby DAVIS and a Young Gentlewo who never appeared on any a PROLOGS by in the Characterof Abel End of aft a NewCoMic End of aft wellknown in imitation of fome favourite Italian by a COMIC End of aelV a NEW To whichwill be added called The Tie Citizsn for this niglitonly bya being his firit appearance ou that ftage Young DAVIS 5 Sir Wiidingi Murden j Cafile 5 MGeorge Boxes Pit Gallery The doors will bsopen at and begin at Places to be taken of Jewell Ladies are defired to fend their fervants by four to keep Vivant Kex Sc HAY M A R By his K E Ttfte JiHEATRE ROYAL in HAY Tomorrow will bi performed called The C O M M I S S A R parts by O T fttfc S H ENf ERTAIHMENTS of To which will be added The MAYOR of G A R R A T Major Sir Jacob Murden CrUpin Shuter Palmer j Quick Jerry Wefton i Burden Gallery The doois will be open at fixj and begin at feveii Ladies are defired to fend their fervantt to Iteep places jit s for the boxei to be taken of at Rex PATENT SILK HIS Majeftjf Letters Patent having been lately granted for making and vending tn exceeding line cloth compofed of filk and which being much and thinner than the beft fu perfihe isgreatly preferable to any fabric of that fort for and other robes in general gentlemens fummer ladies and all other gar wfaisre eaft is The proprietor gives this notice to the and that a is now opened for the fale by in Gerrarc1 and where in England witli proper allowance to and alfo to merchants who buy it for ex At the fame warehoufe only are to filk and other and all other forts of mercery and at the lowejt Speedily will be into tlie Conducl of a Late Right Honourable COMMONER i particularly in regard to fome late his new connec and With aa authentic account cf a Ja e oppofite Burlington houfe Of whom may be The New riof the NEW BATH Price In afnu days price n Humourous P R I N E PATRIOT UN M A S K E D The JL DOUBLE PENSIONER 5 being BILLY PYN TS fi Seduced by the aforefaid To with the Devil in iby PAUL facing South amptonftreet in the j IE Philofopbe avtc un Avis au Pub J lie iiir les Parricides imputes aux Calas aux par De Catalogue des Tableaux de U Gallerie du Roy de a des Mouveinens pour Mahulem Hiftoire ou les Amttfetnens Litteraires par KrameriElenchusVegetahiruim per Auftriam Entomologia aux Six Volumes de Recueils de Medailles de de avec des Ccrreclionsrelativesaux Bibliographic ou de la Con les Livrs rares par Pe les tomes July THE diftrefs of the fi k manufefturers being at prefent very and iriSny hundred families out of occafioned by the remarkable quan tities of Italian and French India plain and painted and printed worn in this king the from principles of humanity find themfelves under a neceffity of put ting the laws vigoroufly in execution j and as they would be much concerned to offend any who from ignorance of the andunacquainted with the dittrefles of may incur coiifideraWe pe they hereby that proper perfons are employed to give arid that the ex tradb of feveral afts are as under THAT after the of no fo reign wrought filks or velvets fiall be imported or brought into Great or the iflands of or upon pain of being fcized and and the further penalty of for each piece or remnant fo to be paid by the with cofts of That no mantua or other perfon or perfons hall vendr or expofe or or otherwile of any foreign wrought filk or which hall not have been imported before thei4th ef or or make up the or any wearing or upon pain that all fuch foreign wrought frik or velvet gar or or other work made io fold or expofed to exchan bar ordilpofed or or made or upon any or or other work and the or other or apon which the fame fliall be fo or made mall be and forfeited and all perfons who or expofe to or difpofe or know ingly or make or cuife or procure to be or made in or upon any or or other any fuch foreign wrought filk or vtlvet not imported before the i4th of June for every fuch forfeit with cofts of That all foreign wrought filk or or other work made which after the of June fliall be imported into this or into or whe her the fame hall be mixed or mide up with any other or otherwife and the or or other ma teri or upon which the lame ihall be mix or nude may be and after con demnation fhall beforfeited and the haber ran milliner or other dealer or maker of any of the faid manufacture in wlife cuf or the fata mallbe found and for or remnant of fuch foreign wrought filk or or other work made whicfc hall be fo feized and found as for feit with cofts One raeiety of all penalties and forfeitures to to the ufe cf the Kings ani the other moiety perfon or who ihall Aw for the The proof where the were rmnufaftured to lye upon the owner or or the perion fued or and not upon the piaintiff or profe They alfo think neceffary to publifti the abftraft of tJie follovVing by n and William for the more efteiVual employing the agingthe manufaftures of this the of September no wrought of the rannufaiilure of Perfiaj or or or trained JlaU be worn or orherwife ufedin or the town of Berwick upon unlefsmacfij up and ufed in apparel or furniture before the agth of September by Stat George is extended to furniture made up before the ajth of December And all fuch whether or made up for with any other orjnate which hall be found in any wae or other place whatfoever other than uch warehoufesas fliall be approved by the Commiffioners of his Majeitys Cuttoms hall bs and lia ble to be fearched fur and j And over and above the lois of the the per or in whofe knowing the fame fball be or ieized or that lhall or difpoie to any perfon other than for exportation and the fame be exported ac cordingly fliall forfeit ithird of the faid pe and of what hall arife by the fale of the goods which after condemnation to be fold for ex portation to be to the ufe of the Kings Majelty the other athirds to fuch or who ihall feizeand profeeute for the And if any peifon hall import any of the faid goods into any other than the port of or into the port of and not make due en tries befides the forfeiture of the faid forfeit the C fum of And that by to preferve and en courage the woollen and filk manufailures of this and more effectually em ployingthe by prohibiting the wie and wear of all or dyed in houf hold farniturr or none fhall ufe or wear in in or apparel or dyed undsr the penalty of to the informer for every offence j fuch information to be made within lix days before a Juflice of the The Matter and Wardens of the faid Com pany give that if any perfon or perfons will give or leave information with Clek te the faid at their Hall in Bafuighall of any offence committed contrary to tke faid fo as the offendersmay be convicted fliall be paid TwENTTPoufiDs by the aid on HLLLs appoint fold at Ricliard book at in at John nearthe lower eadot Jamess and no where elfe in BALSAM of for and ESSENCE of WA for the fcurvy and ELIXIR of for and TINCTURE of to give an TiNCTtraE of to lengthen TINCTURE of for nervous dlforders conti nued fuccefs ftf thefe medicines renders all praife S T A TSE L O T TU R G deducted From the mares and and biit from the ihfteadof they are fold at the lowett the greateft Variety examined and paid as JTodn ai by WENHAM and at their State Lottery in th2 Boul facing arid were drawn piizes of ten tboufand in the and feld at Schemes of the Lottery given gratis and letters poftpaid duly Our likewifeall mem bers of may depend on their having their and on the mod rea Ibnable and the money remitted them for the prizes and blanks as foon as arawn and all bufmefs relating to the Lottery with the greateft care and drawing of the Lottery will begin on Monday the ith of This day is THE WAY to THINGS by and to WORDS by THINGS being an attempt at theretrieval of the ancient or primitive lan guage of To which are A ructintt Account of the or learned Language f the Bramins an EiTay on the Origin of the at and another on the Real Secret of the Free Printed for Davis and overagainft Of may he tilloVs Saxon Grammar 5 being the only oite pub liflied in the English with an apology for hidying the Northern Priceu A NEW Totnartoiu thejirfl cf jugufl will be Price one in To be continued regularly every two ot a new MISCT5LLANEA SCIENTIFICA Confiding of orithial eflays and cHfTertations on the mult curious and interefting fuhjsfts in natu ral fpeculative and mixed and agric By a SOCIETY of Printedfor and fold by Richardfon and under the Royal and by all the boukfellers and newscarriers in Great Britain and As the plan of this publication is of too extenfive a nature to be infected the authors beg leave to refer the public to their ftrft with which a plan will and from which they will be heft able to judge che manner in which the woik will be executed they hall therefore only that no or wifl be fpared to render this undertaking the mod exuenfively ufeful and en tertaining of the kind that has hitherto Fir the litters PRBJTER of the you will print the following you will Your very humble JONAS HAN To PHILO LETTER SIR CORDING to the rules eftablifh among I am not permitted to fubfcribe my rea name to a correfpondency with a writer who afTumes a fiftitiousone unon a fuppofrtion that you confider you as my whatever your name or qualify may be j and not prefer refinements in po liteneis to good nnd 1 have read your fecond dated the aid in with great and with no fmall fur I commend zeal in behalf of friends and give me leave to vcur fub jeft is fo much more difficult to in sll its parts than you are aware and b new to that you are betrayed into feveral miftakes and We are all apt to thank curfelves of Tome confe quence in and o we are bur your pai rifli are tnit a fmall part of my My complaint is not againft Clements but againft a deadly cnitom of and falfe I prefume to has for fome ages paflfwept off many thoufand infants within the bills of if there has been fuch a it is a great injury of the in a direft view It hath afforded a molt pernicious example to the common people in too apt to negltcl the lives and morals of their The mora lity and religion of the parifli officers who have ne glefted their duty which the laws of their country require at their have been alio greatly in jured parifhioners in who have been ne gligenton their in not fufficientiy attending to the practices of thofe whom they have chofen into parochial have alfo a confiderable haie in ibis load of iniquity And my and advice upon this occafion that we kould look and beg of and our for what is and take for the that no more innocent blood be laid to our is the plain Englifli and honeft inten tion of my Earneft if you have a mind te infert the whole of it in a news it is at your fervice in order to judge of it with it niuft be confidered very carefully in its feveral I hope to convince and the candid that my zeal does not blaze into fire to confume my or any but burns with a ttady lambent flame ncr docs it dazzle my eyes to lead me out of the paths of truth and For this pur pofe I muft beg leave to make fome comments on the various infinUAtions contained in your la It in which you accufe me of being pre and It I know any thing of my own you miflake energy of expixiHon for virulence and the the whole ma tsr depends You think I ought net to have con clufions from the face of the officers own not becaufe it niaj pbfiibly be a direct faife actount againft themfeivesi but left it hould not Be fo or fo bad as it Should tertaiiied this if my obiervations liad not come fo home to your own parifti But granting that few tilings are or fo good as they Clements Dahes neighbours The whole ftruaule of tift w built on the fame common foundation of my knowledge of my fubjefltj and an exaft examination of the particular regifters figned by the of refpeftive which are of a public and made iu confequence of an aft of parliament proviSed for that very How can you imagine that I have done more than any fellov ubjedt may fafefy and properly do in this land of freedotn I have been very far frdm drawing any rafli The genera prejudice and opinion it againft paiifli officers within the bills cf with regard to their treatment of infants but de clining all dependence on popular which I have lived leng enough to know to be with and traced them through their windings to their I have not attempted to take this confuining fortrefs by but nude aregular approach by various during courfe of as many years as the fiege of imagine I was reftrainetl by from making mention of the names f your pavifh What are names to my purpofe It is the fufh which my and thefe have as many as Argus Lad 1 I mentioned couKl no I have been fufpcclcd ctiilwil to thr paflies 1 not know any to I iie tears in my eyes to bemoan he fate crlb raany fufjtTcs And nocent perfons brought lo an noi With a dsrt to uvvnge who are confcious cf omiilion regard fant poor cf their thtir viil pu nim them and they I vvith heaven j but I do not conceive that earcjly tribunal or can take any aftual of or or call iherri by you of this nlready But ftill the caufe of humanity is of man and we have the authority of the patnot and truelt friend fo who ever Taw thft areoccsfioas will cryoutif with ail my fins and oa my headt it fliould pieafe the Great Ruler and Tender Father of mankind to make in any decree tal in the difplay of his mercy to the children of the though I hould not keen altogether courtly in my I fo ligli zr opinion of the good religion cf fel low fhat I do not conceive con demn either as to in or the in which I treat feeing tluir it is an oh jeclof fuch and from the nature of requires a warm It is but loo ap parent that the children in have but frw zealous nnd active friends j and ir thsle aiediicoun farewell to So far from trefpaffing againft any I a3 under the faiiclion of provided exprdsly toriii pu I nm fure if do not rate with the and iDfaniiiflr cf govern ment in this free nnny cf will be come a dead or mult bf bv equally to the fubveriion of lalt refort in every is to si individuals but moje pniiicuhniv in vet unenfbveci by a oi zealous you nr lor the dsfriice cf libeiTy and co you hat the cf ments due to in They Lhe reftions cf ie acl p regiiiei1 but this i but a jajt ot law prean ble lets Mie dtfign of tif co lumns in the fcheduie nnpcxcd fo many inltruiHons of what is When ftt a child en a I might not oilencl anv law of the land but if th apptns to be it is more than probable ny neck will be flretched for phying the are To Itick clofcly to the I aflc Have the officers in queftion givei a fingle penny to any after a certain time of as a boun ty or premium for keeping a child to that they meant to keep it alive if they could Have they fent a fingle child ino the country to be nursed Their neighbour Martins in the Fields formerly under the fame eircumftances cf ntgkcl as other parilhes have fent fevera children into the coun try to be not as f apprehended wrote my at three hillings but exclufive of The officers oi that with gieat judgment nnd huipnnity hath fent them as far as Teddingfon md what is the confequence of this new arrangement four in five of the children fo fent were actually aiive at the end of the laft year I am one of thofe Chriflrians who be lieve miracles are ceafed or at that we can notdifcern when they are worked but the Provi dence the Laws of Nature under his fu prenie and the freedom of are manent and it we chuie to out of our win dows inltead cf our we fluil deirrcr Jultfbitisin the cafe of infant Your officers have paid hut tivolhiilinoj a week for nurfmg an This is two Shillings more molt others havepajci but is f HitU experience taught tia fate and proper place for nurfing peciiilly in luchholes as the nurie lives Is in nature for women to breed like cats or they have ulu illy one child a at diiisnce of at Itaft ten y know that a number of infants btic fi ii ;