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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 5, 1766, London, Middlesex Gazetteer JUNE thekpirJ C T r B e DAILY of many wehehding fcr many bt give THIS PUBLIC not tot conftanrtiy i mfOftMATKHti is properly attended tt by A A robberies vail ffcapt the iamc paper to advertife their laffefr F F I ELD I N loft trtoj are for tkftcUc b to all fiver iyliit print f of this M ARK A T T H B KINGS THEATRE in the on Saturday the jtfe tf will be performed a new feriaus called P L OP i D The Mufic compofed by Sigi With Pit and boxes to be put and no perfons to be admitted without which will be de livered That Day at the aid at half guinea each Gallery rive flii By their MAJESTIES No perfon whatsoever to be admitted behind the nor into the and will be opened at To begin at feven oclock precifelyl Vivant Rex fe fubfcribers ticketswill this evening be Admitted S Q L D by A UC T I O By F H I P P S and is O THIS at Garraways coffeehoufe in Ex at one at noon A BCrtJT 450 gallons of exceeding fine and war Jnt lUfttad genuine TQKAY of ten and fix yews which will be fold three in ibove wine was lately imported by Demetrius who will warrant it as the genuine and neat produce of Samples nwfbe tafted at the coffeehoufe to the time of falej alfo at the PflFifPS and at the in til f In two poefcefc price SERMONS to WOMEN Being a fe ries of free bttt in which their is as well in the accom iliflipients that tbeJr fex as in the vir taes that will A awl in the Strand and hi Printed on writing m two very neat pocket volumev price fewed in blue EN G LJtS H CONN 0 I S S UR of whatever is curious in the and Seats of GentrY of Eng lit Tow4 aKl Cotiiitry At ckn Printed Davis fnd over agaraft Wabr at Cha crofs 5 R in Pjccianfy Count the fame printed in REFLECTION upon LIBERTY snd NE By the Efq5 Elegantly printed in Two f4f The Contents Liberty and Origin of Law of Curfory Remarks upon Clarkes Anfwer to Collins on Human Anfwers to Corrys Re His A mall number only of this was printed off Jn for the auihorvs What complete copies at his were fold to in by the geefieman to whom they were bequeathed and may be KKCat ts fewcd in marble B O K ST this Aoy is PAYNES CATALOGUE for the Year 1766 Containing Twenty Thaufand ilumes of good and facul and in ijne to be had at Brother Corohillj yard 5 O wen j ftr eet without Templebar Charingcrofs j Rid ley and New the bookfelkrs at Oxford and 43ambridge 4 placeof in next the Meufe Martins where the full value is givenfor any or parcel jpf koQKfv BOOC8 and T Velm Printed aiad foldbyBsHMMiN at Horaces it with 35 plates The half nine and of part or the threeparts if of Richmond pubhfhed by the Aritwtuarian price Oifcourfe the Study of Jurif prudence and the Civil price Tears of a price Archdeacon Ibbetfons Charge to the 4tor triee Aflize Sermon before the Univer fiejr of price Berrows Lapfe Human Souls in a State of price on its with fome remarkable price Adamss Sermon at on In and An EiTay concerning the Cooperation of the Hoty price and Mifcelhneous with a Profe Trannation of Hawkins Brownes Latin De Anlntis Immajpali t price or Otent wf igjjods arid r wftfcalarge affofu to favour them their com riiay depend on having them punctually ob and will be dealt vfrith 0h the raoft ble fbis day at noon will be price T7REE and CANDID REMAHKS on a late ce lebrated ORATION with fome few Occa fional Thoughts on the Idle Commotions in n a Letter to Printed for in Ave Marylane 5 and fold bv all the row ready to be delivered to the at By his MAJESTYS the Improvement of and THE UNIVERSAL PLANISPHERES Terreftrial and Celeftial in Being complete Suiftitutes for a large Pair of Invented and Delineated by D U N And engraved under his on five large Copperplates With the Authors Directions for fittmg them Any fingle plate may be bad for of near Templebar 5 and of all the and Printers in Town and There are two plates representing the and two for the Terreilrial and the fifth plate the Slider or This Day is The Defcription and life of thefe neatly printed in Oc price bound Ttiis day is A CATALOGUE of a large and curious Collec tion of in all Learning and Lan Comprehending various Libraries and very valuable purchafed this feafon j many ca pital books the iargeii and fine imprefllons afjiie elegantly oouadiaJVIoroccoand other curious The whole in fine which will begin to be fold very cheap ready money only the loweft in theC By J A M RO 3 S O in New Who the utmoft value for any Library or Pared of or iJixsks Catalogues to be had of the fellowing Boakfeliers j Strand in Hoi bora Fleetftreet j and Royal Exchange j alfo the Boofefellers at ihe preat towns in BOOKSTto be SOLD This Jay it A CATALOGUE of SCARCE and VALUABLE many of them fuperbly bound in and Ruffia in whichis included a fine colleftion of law confuting of fe vef al thoufand volumes in all arts and and va rious in fine condition which are now felling very cheap the loweft price printed to each article in die catalogue for ready money and will continue on fale till all are By W ILLIAM eppofite Of whom may be had the full value in ready money for any library or parcel of Catalogues to be had of the following bopkfellers PalUmall in Bond Ereet j Charing crofs in the Strand Temple bar Pauls churchyard CornhJll the bookfellers at Oxford and Cambridge and at the place of Tbis day is price The feCond with an appendix ef eleven with THE BUILDERS POCKETTREASURE or PALLADXO delineated and in fuch a manner as to render that moft excellent author plain and intelligible to the meaneft in which not only the but practical part of ar chitecture has been carefully attended ifluftrated with aew and ufeful defigns of chirn with their and en at large for practice j architrave fron and mouldings for the infide of the conftruftUon ot with their ramp and twill rails framing cf anc partitions with the method of finding tKe length and backing of ftreight or curvilinear j the tracing of fplayed or circu foffits 5 with plans and elevatioHs of a dwelltng garden feat and bridge and a table of fcantlings for cutting timber for build The whole neatly and correctly engraved on fifty five copper With printed explanations to face each By Engraved by Printed for at in Fteet near Temple The APPENDIX mayibe had 6d Far the letter Jigntd AWIN far his MAJESTYS BURL HDA and Af To the PRINTER of the is never fo much hocked at light of any fpec tacle of as when it be holds a child finkiiig under th helplefihefs of confuming under the feverities of ant weeping under the hardihips of want It is alraof on feeing fuch an to oltend againft the unerring Order of Divine by trraign ing its and its mercy j becaufr the permiffion of fuch coraphcaieci it fumptuoully mould never be the portion cf fufftring But as Providence is hojj in all his fo is he wife in all his ways anc however fuperficlally we now judge of immediate ef from invifibJe the day is at when hisjaftice frrall be revealed withirre and his mercy acknowledged with the eternal praifes of unwearied That too many examples of and every fpe cies of are to be found in our can be eafily proved by every man that makes it his to vifitthe houfes of or liftens to the petitions of wretchedness andtharthe number oi thefe afflicted perfons owe their incjreafe to our pre fent is no lefs a reflection oi the con duilof our than jj impeachment on the TVeaknefs of oar Every mode of oppreflion its pecpUar either to the annoyance of by the adraiffion of a oranalmoft total want of food or elfe it tiebafes the ftate of by Ihofe vices which haturaiife themfelves under tlie fanftfon of neceffiry Thefe are its chief becaufe thefe moft affeft our welfare in both ftates the mortal and the We now kingdom through the differentftages of more than ever we did not from rod of an offended nor yet from the calamities of war but we fuffer from the rapacioufnefs of a fen of wretches that would difgrace the very ignominy of Tyburn To curb effectually this fafliionable requires the exertion of fpirited refolutions during our next ge neral election and thofe who will not folemnly en gage to abolidi fliould be confidered as unworthy ef a fingle So contagious is this vice among that even marriages are fufpended til leafes ex that a larger fettlement may commence from a double Others are tempted to triple their prefent in hopes to fquare ac counts from the hard labour of dependant In Jet the efFecls of our grievances be what they oppreflion is the caufe and while the ap preffors are permitted to we muft always expert to find meannefs in the Want never was fo confpicuous among the lower in all its different branches of than it is at this very It may be almoll lite rally that their drink is mingled with and their fafting with A fettled fpirit of defpondency without any promifing hopes to chear their afflictions or fweeten their Nor can we cenfure their folicitude for inftead of being told that meafures are contriving to remove their are they not daily threatened with an additional price on every neceffary of life Com forts they have or at beft tranfitory and comforters are not their as the world afts now oh terras of reciprocal favour their there is undeniably and to defcribe though in the moft fimple would incur the charge of wiful Among the many trying inftances of hardfhip now reigning through the of Sicknefs is not It is extremely affecting to fee the deplorable condition of fome whofe chil dren not only bear the marks of famine in their but fcarce have a fufficiency of rags to cover their and languifliing withal under the1 preSiires of difeafe and Well would it be come their enemies to take a mort glance of thefe profpefls of obfcure that they may icin the general voice petitioning for a redrefs To vifit the and comfort the in the days of pri mitive was deemed fo neceffary a that an omifiion of it was held in no venial light and the perfons who were proved to be guilty of nefroniy received a public reproof before the whole but were alfo ftigaiatized with principles of Such was the fpirit of Christianity in the and fuch the watchfulnefs of an UHde generatttd clergy But our modsrn Cluiftians are too pojhe to fiijngle in fuch and too fqueamiflj to endure fuch fcenes they are feldom backward to alleviate the fufferings of their fellow Icannot but they are acquainted with and they are properly au and with a chearfulnefs too that does honour to their Were it not therefore for thofe innumerable diffipating amufements of fa fliionable that fo much engrofs the time and attention of the more worthy part of our I am fometimes led to think that the genu ine fpirit of Christianity may eaiily revived even at this our if a few illutfrious perfonages would but adopt its duties with and exemplify its precepts with Deeds of public charity are general among and they are laudable but at a time when every kind of provifions is and every neceffary of life us extend ossr notice more to thofe objefts that have no and mitigate thofe miferies that To relieve the ne ceffities of honeft pining under their af to reveal their circum is real and unaffected charity a charity that Celebrates and is perfect moft when molt k is It certainly betrays a great want of inclination in thofe people who poffefs the means to excel in charitable yet argue the difficulty of finding out deferving objefts of and ac quiring a fatisfaclory knawledgeof unpretended in dtgence whereon they might beftow their benevo Importers are undoubtedly very but thefe excufes are idle and fince nothing can be accomplifhed with more facility if we would but iet about it with the leaft earneftnefs or atten The refpeftive reciors of our feveral parifhes not of the number of their pa and the places of their abode they muft alfo with fome degree of who the induftrious and worthy needy and who the idle the To thefe then let us apply for afl intelligence eafy to be obtained and from our owft obfervatioa and let us thereafter be gowned in our eonduft of Objedls witt hourly themlelves to merit the notice of judicious amply repay the labour of well employed time as no time can be better employed than in Ceding the cloathing the inftruSirng the and felicita ting the From the general depravity of our gayer may cenftire fuch and confider it as fupere rogation but unbiaffed affifted with the autliority of Divine affures us it is no more than our pofitive and that a omiflion of which endangers our and ha zards the fentence of Omnipotent Too many are apt to prf fonie duties of fo amounting as if the due exer oreign to their profeftion diiTinifh theuiniportsnce of cteTion whatevir excufes a and no riignky of n him in the ti if charge of I f cial humanity witli a j almoft to an abfoiute j cifft of them were either foreign i I in or they would characler but no pr man from doing however can leil his duty as a indeed may whifpcr other and z ot principles contract other and iiiiprcfiions but nothing1 furecan moje exalt our and thaji imitating the perfect and illustrious ex ample of HIA who thought if no difgrace to his in finite when he went about in doing vile 2 creature not lels full ofinrinn j ties than whofe weaknefs is not to be equalled but by his pride that fuch a were the fcle Lord of all this nether wife above and virtuous beyond his that fuch a I much left a groveling fhould be aftmnedto ferveafel lowfinner like whom the very Creator did not think it any debafemenf tohis dignity to that uch a thing fhould conceit 1iimfelf degraded in doing his is an abfurdity not be reconciled to in We think it no but rather an to execute the moft trifling orders of an earthly with an infufferaole hnuglitinefs of fcorn to comply with the wife commands of the King of For the fervices of the every however thinks fo humbly of that it lofes no op portunity to teftify its zeal to iniift ss its fervant but for the fervices of the every how everlow thinks fo highly of that it prays tj be as having no leifure for a bufintis it cannot and feels no loyalty for a Sovereign it never Such is the and fuch the infamy of man Propofals have been lately offered to the public for raifing a fund to fupply the Poor of this metro polis with batchers meat at little more than prime the worthy author conceives will turn out under three pence per pound and as we are not Hkeiy to receive from our Minifiers any immediate redrefs of our we cannot have a nobler opportunity to affert our than the en couraging a fubfcription for the above purpofe with all the earneftnefs which fo ufeful and difintereited a fcheme It is not only our duty to expe dite the completion ot every meafure that benefits our but in the prefent one pro it vvil in fact Denefit alfo ourfelves for every whofe family confifts but of fix in I am would fave at leaft twelve psunds per in his butchers which will amply repay the in tereft of his hundred befides the fible pleafuie cf feeding the poor at an eafy I That Inch affociation is more neceffary and laud able than many now will admit of no con tradiction and that the intention of the plan is confpicuous for jts is demonftrably fatisfac toiy Cannot but meetwiih the ap probation the pstjons of and the ad vocates of the who are hereby humbly re to honour it their it will not only tend to the immediate relief of many thoufand families now the aufo lute want of but it will Iikewife difcourage the iniquitous of foreflailers and on feeing fo fririted an will be fuHiciently nviuced thnt the Poor are not wholly without friends and will and not without iift a further extenficn of power to crufh their infenval hafenefs and inhuman as this exportation I make no there ire not wanting thofe who will regard it with an eye of well know j ingthe propriety of irs and necef lity of itsobfervancej for fince the memory of the oldeft man in provifions never were at ex orbitant a bread Even feme mid dling families in geuted life feel the weight of this general evil in their domtitic expences and unlefa it is timely they themfelves may be re duced to folicit that very alms which they were wont to diftiibute while the vile vpftart race of and foreiiallers fhall waJlow in the lap of and perhaps infult the misfor tunes of their whom they brought to by their iniquitous villainy and oppreffive Flatter not my that the times will Believe me tliev will ra ther grow worft if you do not now redrefs yonr felves and now is the time to fecure that redrefs before the prefent feffions of parliament expires for yovj may depend your enemies will tax you with an ditional load of becaufe you have been infblent enough to and have dared to fhake the power of their are not to be wrought upon by argument or and ry ranny never ffcould be raiuenes and Confut therefore your decininpinte your impoverifliing ur snd your invaded libert conliilr rhofe if they are worth a wirh an attention becoming their i ArranfS too the particulars of your and fubmit them to he infpectjjn of vouir ruler for redrefs ever follows and luccen but by To be nttrinabls O ME G C A T O Na arriijid a iflaj Tlc Marqui de wh arrived hre yelterday went to an where he Itijl Ir i not known whether he intends to redtie in this or one ot his own He has ivd Se veral viilts from oirfons of jrtnjua jty the Princes of id 3 id Dvn M chuel coinmander vt ;