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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - June 20, 1766, London, Middlesex The S E C 6 N D N I G H TV AT the TSJSATRE the THIS beinc the of ttill be iwtbimr d a Corned catted The M I N O Cott by FOOTE Richard j Sir William Caftie the Davis j Palroer j MGeorge 5 and WESTONj Quick Francis and j SHtfTER Lucy by a YOUNG Being her ad appearance on any With ENTERTAINMENTS of By Monsieur AR N and Mils To winch will be added a Farce called MISS IJJJ HER Fribble with a long in charaaer SHUTER MrMGeorge j Fainter 5 Davis Quick MGeorge j and Mifs Biddy by a GENTLEWOMAN being her appearance on any ftag Boxes Pit Gallery The doors will ie open at and begin at feveii Ladies are defired to fend their fervants to keep at Places fur the boxes to be taken of at the Vivant Kex M A X Y B OW E GAR EN THE inofical entertainments will be continued during the Summer Admittance one Shilling each doors to be at five j and the mufic to begin tt naif an houif after There will be a new Piece of Machinery ex hihited Tltfc Many complaints having been made to of the waiters refufing company to fit down in their were already taken fuch Ladies and who are refufed for the are to apply to the bar of W without the privity of the Right die Lord prefUnjed to pwblifli certain pam Lord Canidens Argument in on the of and Kerfey j of his Lor i livjps argument in Sis there fore cautious all others agauift the as vthey wiii rit at T arthe fign of the four doa r from retail and for and THREAD following Su perfine mens plain white from 7 to wo jneiw unto to jneiU ribbd ditto a coloured andblack from to out ze patent various prices grey ijiun per black filk from beft black worfted breechei and threid haie in t Whereas the Proprietor has been at great tr le and ex pence in from the beft nintiutaftories large and frefli alfortraeitt of the fuitabie for the which he is tlscerrrnned to fell cbnfiderably cheaper than the j a demonitration of which may bv f the above with them already ad vfir j and the reafonof his takiajrthe fame is founded the hope of thecuftoniof his and at the funs time merit the fatisfafiion of every gentleman and lady that is fo obliging as to honour him witu tiieii JSEW EDITION of The HISTQRY of the LA TE MlNQiUr Y will be ready to ddiTCf on Monday Printed lor oppofite in Piccadilly and fold in Paternofter Of whom may be late Prptefts on a ery fubjeS with Lifts the jprefent Price only One bit day is In one price Infcribed to the Marquis of and PRACTICE of THE THEOK treated in a new and eafy with the conftruciien and life of an rfradiiy Iblvihg the feveral cafes j aifo rules for cal culatisg the charges of witti Remarks on Bendors laft and various problems ef ufe te the sunner TTo whicti VK pre the Elements orrulgar and Ifcjclma By in the Royal Regiment of Printed for Paul facing the Where may be juft in one voVame price joannis Je Cenfuram Scriptorum Veternttx I B A R D A N HJLL vpQiild be femiis to the public and not to name the tiave received this feafonfroin theEfixiR of jn retatfeting their health and after fits of the racruitingthe wafteS and giving firmnefs to the cAfeebled Alter thefebenejits the patient nwyalfo that the fucceedtng whenever it witi not haVe its accuftorafed fury to theRheumatilmj it pevver that difeafe Jias long and 13 confirmed byures without It at Mel in Paternofterrow and at at the bottom of Jamessftreetl in bottles at figned by arid with printed g A U MTE 3e V I E JHHHE Proprietors of this excellent Medicine may I t now with that thk Medieine is an abfolute cure for all female plaints in the itomach and rheumatifm and it has removed tlfc gout in the in many when every other joedacme has iailed and to prove its beyond a it is given to newborn and their feripinss almoft whether proceeding wind or The daily cures performed by it in the moft defperate the beft tettj iinony of its and proves to a demonstration lhat no nedicine ever yet difcovered is of fuch ger neral This medicine is fold in price 35 by Pauls churchr yard Becket and Co the Strand in at the Royal Ex r be rrice A Narrative of ry and wellatteftecl cores wrong lit v Alf gratis A more i operations j with f To the PRINTED of the OBSERVEJD in your of the nth ttiat a at the Eaft end of the com vLw plains that he is convicted on the thirtieth of the of kiiow ingly fuffering fourneymeil and labourers to play at flatties in his This conviftion he looks on as being a great becaufe ftrangers by the na ture of his be admitted into his and no mans rank in life be known by his till we are provided with fumptuary For my I entertain lentiments entirely different from tlrofe of your I lock on every thing as evil which is hurtful to the com and curinet help being pleafed When I lee that man caught in the rrap of the who feeks to entrap his Skittlegrounds in the yard of an alehoufe can anfwer no good They onlyferve todebauch the morals of the neighbour and promote that diflipation of time which is always of the worlt confequence in an induttrious and commercial li we will give ourfelves leave to confider the prefent corrupted ilateot hu man and our inability to refift the fmalleft temptation to immorali ty which comes in our we mud rejoice atevery Uifcouragejnent to which Providence is pleafed to Our time in this worWx though too often thrown like a upon the is nevertheless of the moft ineitimable It is given to us for the moft important and ought to be em ployed in compaffiag the great ends for which it entrufted with Waile we are we are dcftined to proviae not only for the wants of this but for awhole eterhuyiof Ought intempecaRCe in thofe valuabte mornjejiits wliich always prt the yet cauaieyerbejecilled when j mo ments ought tobe laid out in training us to iinpreiTirtg tlie beft difpofitjons into our and Atting ves for the high eft fociety the world to we think of the raan whofeeks his living here enfnaringhij neighboursand prefenting them with perpetual in vitations to misemploy their time Is not fuch a in fome to be cuwudered as being the De puty the Great Seducer Are we to or ought we to defire to plan preventives fur the His whichthat roan himfelf by bafe endeavours in the caufeof His remedy is in his own Let him con vert his kittlegrounds into a he willno more be trou bled with convictions on the thirtieth of the fakfk Although are neceffary for the accommodation of and even for at proper fociality to their yet every good tmn muft re gret the many baits which are too often out therefor diflTeminating in great city the word of What a pity it is that no regulation can be found out fufficiently preventive of the innny mif chiefs from thence resulting to Exceffive drinking is not the greatelt evil to be feen in tbefe houfes of The gaming fo frequently praftifed in thefe places is ftill more noxious to fo That dread fid advice often embitters the days of a virtuous and involves innocent chil dren in the greateft Every renewed ex cefs ia djinking promifes to the drunkards family a fpeedf extinction life j bqt gam ing not the in the worft enemy of human The compelled to by his deftruftire pro longs his to tlie ilrrow of jnan and in watches for that opportunity at pilaging his companions which intoxication ne ver fails to it yet It is that in the befc regulated eoramojiwealth in the ho laws Can be contcived fo ruinous a the rich and and many in flatten of appear equally infefted with an itch trf gamingi Will tfley never that the temper introduced into the hu man breaft bjgaming is as oppofite the difpoCtion of muid in as it jnconCftent wittt the intCRtion of ChrjfHanity bids us to thrive by Jofles of and com meree tenches us to our fees the fortunes of the perfonswith whom vye But gaming turns oar denres into anotbet and deludes witli a deceiving profpecVof by precipitating cur acquaiatartcesinto the moft difmal ftate of The gamefter mtift banifii corn pafiion from his and eel agajpft every emotion of is becomes the ponraint habit of his nind to rejoice in toi grieve when he cannot What ftrangoinfa tuation engages chrjftians to faffer the continuance of an amufement whichfo fltongly perverts their paiRons from that road which is pointed out by the directions of VIRTUE And how much more amiz that allranks of perfonsflioyld delight i4 a di verfion which foflers in their breafts the moft able a propenfity to phrafe even their beft friends Would they think at1 that very expreffion the idea conveys in the imagi nation of STRIPPING a they profefs to would appear in foQdious a that they would and deteltthe wretch who firlt hy his a paftime which infpires fuch Thebeftof by the ftricleft attention to every allurement to cannot train their pafllons to an exaclob fervance of thofe precepts which their reafon ap How muft it be to the morals of any nation to permit the people to lace their pleafure in practices which divert the improper and accuftetns them to the diabolical of giving Happy would it be for could be perfuacled to to the profligate irsquenrers ofaleheufes thatmodlfli way of killing is only fuited to tlie tem jier of rogues andr To it ought to be ft to eattilt arfiicceffes tor JS man who xfefires to be ranted smoing honeft paet of ought to no joy but in encreaflng the fortune of his every inclination to feaft on the forrow of is rooted in arid forbid by All who deiireip load tbemfelves with the fpoils of are on equal footing in the eye of gamefter a fit companion for tlie thief ancj highwayman ihould who Jay ptetenflons to indulge therhfehes in diverfions proper only for thofe who have re nounced all claim to be regarded as being upon a refpectable footing in the world who wifhto be efteemed otfght rot in their aclions or paftimes to referable We are how as yet fo much abforbed in inhumanity as not to defpife the character of a ihould we indulge ourfelves 5 n thofe very actions by which the gamefter draws down on himfelf the con tempt of tlie public If we diflike f o be efteemed why ftould we do thofe things which gamefters only do I mean fperid all or moft of our letfure time at play for money what multi tudes there who never think themfelves happy except when the cards arein their hands who would not for the world fee thought I ihall affront them by calling them by a name which they defpife but this I hope I ihall be excufed for faying and that if they are not they fairly try to fix that reputation on themfelves whicli they affecl to They do thofe very by which the gamefter acquired his odious If they defpife the character of a why do they piay fo inceflantly for money Iwifli fuch would that playing for money is as like gam ing as taking a purfe on the highway refembles robbery and I am that if a daily caftpni of playing for money doth not entitle the perfon pra6tifes it to the name of a gamefteiv he yet may be faid to be fo very like a that it is hardly practica ble to diftingulfo from Let an example which leads to the brink of fo dreadful a and leave the bafe cuftom of playing for money to garaefttrs and their fordid P t A T The folUioing ietttn art received A Middling A Friend to Sugar To the PRINTER of the IMuft acknowledge that I am greatly alarmed at the letters of your correfpondent Neuter arid the fame alarm I fcized amultkude ofthink ing Howdifagreeable the seiiea us ofeitfigr drawing tEjiuafffiflttfe to protect or of to our late a lyx as will leffiti the truits of inany why are we in the dark in relation to what we reallyhave to fear Ought we not Co know the that wemight pro vide for iiin tint bave been that the King oi by virtue of fome fecret demands part of our conqneftsj wtfc for oar having made witheut his confent or As thefe rumours have never been contradicied by and from fome concui ing which I forbear to in we may reafonably conclude they are O wonderful we have never been acquainted with tlie treaty on which thefe demandsjare founded and find ourfelves in the circursftances of complying with what the public has no knowledge the expence of either alternative mult come out of the publics Strange ftate f Every day fome or expectations of changes in our pilots Places of and hawked and no bidders Able men as cautious now of ac cepting high as they were formerly aflfetuous in aiming at them i What all this can J know not j but this I that for the pub lic we ought ttf with the precife and on what foundation they are failed j that we may confider whether juf ticeand honour require a compliance therewith j and who it was that made fuch unneceflary and un That we have paid German jinnces defending their ownfelves that Ger many has been the flaughterkoufe of our men and the fink of treafure and that as a maritime nation to fuftain our which will al ways our commerce are truths ungexmanized iJwTte hope that axiay will when we fliall fee our and let the Princes on the continent quarrel and make friends among without our and unthanked hit But that I is iather to be hoped for than An I O N DO go tofrefe at tea oclock and retiring into the country by the to its being pub trihedin London the next morning whereby a Gutter forty milts off it in In Miribm of either Houfe may hwe fab towas ufj before fartwith the name uihhtut wboit Or they may it into tie cntoirj by frocKrng en or tier from ta ar to termit dirtfitd fir them at any particular to go l mghtV ptjl tit t ihe be rtatfiedijn to the printer The followingreports prevailed That the Earl of Hertford will be appointed one ot Secretaries of State And that theDuke ate And that theDuke to in That Secretaries ot will go 4 Wedneftiay ibisedifpatches were ferit from Secretary Con ways for their Excellences ihs Lords J uftices of TueJday evening armed EiceMency the Count fie thePrmce de rind the Duke hfs from Thefe two noblemen arecome to iperid iome in order to fee They were accompanied is to refille hers ss Plenipo tentiary during the abfence of de to fetout on next for Yeiierday the Countefs of Hetford was at Court for the firft time finer her return from Ireland Hsr Ladyflnp wao drefled in a rich tlie uianuiafture of that Yefterday the Earl of Northiimberland was at fo that the report of his going to Ainwicli Caftle was Yeiterday the Earl of Corke and fet out their hoiifein Great George lor his ieat s for trie Monday laft the Right Wil liam Earl of Lord of a the lately fell a martyr tdconjugrtl In his ho nours andeftate fuccetcicJ by the only pledge of their theprefent of Lbrdfnip was one of the iixtecn Peers of Scotl Commandant of a battalion of and Aid de Camp to the It is laid his Grace the Diike of Gordon wil be eleftsd the fixtten Peers of in the room of The report of the death of the Rijht Lord Bdwesj Lord Chancellor of iuiihctit that ncbkihan being at in psnVcl We hear Lord elded fan to the Earl is ihortly tobe to the only daughter of the late Lord an htirels of a Some ago we were mace to that the Manilla in a fair wy or being fettled withtlieCourt of but fuice the arrival of Iord Rochfard from it is that that affair remains in the fame unfetiled i has been in for three years pa A little of Oiivir Cromwells ipirif would hav brought tba haughty Dofts tb have done us juiiice long before this but without negotiate to but hall never fee one fixpsncc of Extract of a letter frcn March i ot trade wiil foon bs truck out the advantages of even the In the mean Northern with laudable are intent upon as cannot tailto produce tiiemoft Fruit the June The portion of the Pnncefs betrothed to the King of will be paid our oferthe ordinaiy of the Tis iaii That it will that the King is au thorifed to advance this fum and that the Parlia raent will rfcimburie the opening of the next ief the eftablifonVenss for the DuKesof York and Prince Henry wili hefettled in the approaching felfion of which tlie rate Duke Cumberland be divided between theirRoyal and tlie will confieferable employment in the and the otheran leminentpolt in the army io that the public will fuitain no additional expence in this ar ticle is a talk of augmenting next year to a million She annual fum of deitined for the fupport of the Royal We are in form by letters frowi the Hague aft had bsgunto make preparations for the journey and voyage of the Stadthoider to Court of Great Britain and that tlie lame would take place jn Auguft They writefrom that Count Tottlehen was arrived and after a ihort itay to Jet out TDK The report of a maffaere of the Spaniards in Mexico letrrn to gain credit dently that the more irnporfant nature than has any of the public Great honours are paid at by to the Marquis de hi Amen other preients which they have the are they have prelected him Go fine According to letters from Count d beut had pubhiiiccl aa ordonnance proliibithihe inhabitants of the of Coilica from carrvirany other flag than that c the Republic of en pain of and Letters Leghorn that fome foreien vefleishad been feired at Corficaj by order of tiU Frendi ior fupplvinothe Malcontens ordnance and naval Ad vices that on thefeftival of the Emperor affiiied tiie prcref in tfee uniform of a FieldMrfin oveiwlnch ha wcie the great collar of the order of the Golden and that of the order of Ste alib die ribbon of the military order of Maria According to letters from the areport prevailed of fome vcryfharp contend having ariten between KuOh and with it is very in are f a yec appeared from C vw UilLtUCII Hi and a fyeedy war was expedsd 5 but thefe advicesItand in need ot Letters from Rome ad that tlis Pope has re newed the prohibition of the gime of Pharaoh and other games of throughout his under Severe The Popes late i for which he was let blood was nothing more than a retention ofurin attended wUh a little difficulty of refpiration and bis Hohneft wdsfo well the next hat he wnt to and affifled at the forty hrurs praiers The aid the Griy ffomSouth are ar The Saint a French Having from Mar timco to is ftranded at tlie maitth of the nveiNigefr on the Gold The Focock in coming up the rivef from Majfate onTwefday ran aground upon the the and it was fuppoied that part cwgo c rakeii cu foewould ie got ;