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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 17, 1766, London, Middlesex O j J U fci 5vi J J oa MVJ New die ac A GA N Cora Second their Co Mafefty hairing bWfcracioiiflr ptoafrd nt me jointly witS lord to be of the fint in f Mftfmmt thereby oeewne the hononr of yodr tote yoa my 4tead attachment W libertiw of of grateful A and I o beftfliltnaWan will i ClOiiv m t N tk it defired that this r mrOTXW Hit of munei of or fcr Slrer prtparr to be delivered fo each rproper K trVv 1 ii bis M A S T Ys I HEAT RE ROYAL in DRURY 15 AY wiil prifented principal by and Cllve D N c IK o by being his 6th appearance in Bdfces Fit firft Upper Plates itf Hetaken of at theStag Ko money tobt received at the Ker any monfcy returned after the curtain ig drawn 6 oV E J4 G A R D IS AT the THEATRE in COVBNT THIS E AY will be prtiented KINQHTNRY the The HULL Arcbbiflop of Culhing j Anderfon j MI SliUTfiRj Mac Barrington Doaftall WHlerj U M5H VaJoia French by WUfiajhaJthe Englifc Soldier EngTifli Kihgrfrf Oibfon Cbrkei Oa fiaker j Htfc i which witt be ther O A T I Q o to hater upoo fo r Att Wth la plead my excvtfefbr dot g ARCH 1 A MM wkh eUven cof of The C Whh BeXes c No of the Fit firft Upper betaken of Sttjaat the at the af tertiie curtain it drawn up 8T AT t O T T K ro fiveper fromthe ftarei amd but fa from the they are Ibid Hi greateft by W ind rf ftir Stipe Lottery in s813 were drawn of ten thaiAad in the laft and feld at this the Lottery given gratUj and letters duly U R ates of Ea BUILDERS PAULADIO m fvr 0 near Fleel wnonXinAV be the that In cafe they in the grams muft ihaye ttneraftbld to per and ftopt at thw fumi the proportion of mbrta number of year upon 1 V with five copper y price LETTEK chief pajft of when we with a Qgites Iktpay on the beft laws capable of r I have altered I have a further plan to itf cafe as the thing if tkeptrith Uoofe of due The g j wife I it might have ftopt for it h that thiskind of mifery kept nh paoe or hear four fucceflive i But tne juwiber of fcirly above knowing and what dutiren they I than ofle fourth of taken kindly We to tompute on the polling of the pro portion of the fbor ftveral fums cf as to to be paid by the parishes to the in tUftt it iiiay proceed ckewfuRy and unirabar and take chaflce for the tfie number of children claimed by parents and they are paft the dangerous part of will in fuch be greater than un der the fecret reception if this the hofpi tafwill havefome and be the better enabled oathis account alfo to exert and not ftarve its aoryetrun up the exptnce beyond the Tne charge of the itoo per annum on the footing of ihe bofpital compared wiih the 1500 per already dropping the letting of with one fourth diminution of the ftrft i the account will ftand thus on 1500 Ctaldnfit 8 irr Out UkewHeaH mem becc of depend oa their having their and on the moft rea fonable and the money remitted them for the and blanks as foan aa drawn and all bufinefs relating to the Lottery tranfacred with the greateft care and The drawing of the begin on Monday the i th of the jp the ve them not ir the good neither can conduct eFUtofe who ma To and fecure the e computation Yesr 1768 1769 1770 1771 17H 1776 7048 o o 23800 30649 o o o o o o 7A 37240 o o 40167 15 o 46118 7 o 51801 16 o 57535 o 63114 14 o Computation on at 90fj 117 47 5949 6537 A O 8791 14065 17582 o o o o o o 16180 31147 35685 40170 44617 10 o 49027 10 6 o o 0 e o o o o o We kaUilieu can be If the eWWren bom the imd broonht to are mBy f lit will avail but make any computation were it of fcalf this only if the are not fo appropriate a fufficient fura for this and levy it on the parifliioners by an additional afieff ment in cafe of You witi obferve that the firft four years of the children are eft i mated on the grants made by as drawn from except that I add i 7 tli or 14 per fuppofing 14 per 100 more lives may be than were faved under NEW BO O S BECKET and DB near Sorry in the de LHiftoire 3 1 Paris Difcours iur par I Abbe Paris Recherthes fur rOrigine daaDecouvertes attri aux Modernct par fair Meraoires ftcrelt drff des Archives de le de Henry pars Part may be had to complete tlie fetttflf thofc that bought the twofirft Nouveau Diftionnajre pour rintelligence des des des des 1 4 Bafle 7j Anciennes Loix de confervas les coutwroes par Littlt par David a to Recueil des Lettres de Tableau de Bonheur par Recofiil de 3 avecCba Sidnei x vol 14 far de ftrogres de LElprk par Ecoiede La LH f i f du te contre Lettrts a le Buc de Nlver Sc dts Ce la torn the of That fpme trtltwni of deceafed I gwnt j wbilft I care taken of tftde I cannot reft much faith on fuck having feen fully difplayed all the mifery of thefe when the fame clafs of Aildren wrere conveyed to Lambs The lels healthy children arci more care is I cannot thiait it would be fair play to circurafcribe the hof if it fhould not rear more chtldren in pro portion on a number of per annum than it did before on tbft number of 3509 per the whole xaoo will be town a grea ter proportion of tfcwa may die than if they were part country advantage in favour of the II much danger in fmall hofpital y whether tke faviag years fiuUbefciwi to be or wily in be fo vaft on UM very few now Wut there is the utmoft rtafoA to believe myfctfe dona will divert the humawty tal Wiftiom of or prevent deif to the vigorous and rtlblutions in behalf of ib confiderablt a part of our feflew and fellow There is the more reafon for ckcuaafcfilsfcg the hofpital htn it is confi that fince March it hath been by parliament aJwad ftr themaintenance and education of many children werrliving from In regard 16 the table or Computation of laoo To render it the more J fuppcfe the hofpital to have begun in March inftead of beginning in June fo as to complete four in March when the indiftrimiriate re cepUou The real number received in time including 684 adopted by parliament at fetting off was very nearly 3900 per The made by parliament are of and in all 1 bjt I changtetae ordw 99 follows which I add 1757 759 569 Tlie of mortatityis pitals from Jewrtitft one per there are fo few what it may As to Chf HI children had the fOiaUpox to the hofpital but flieampl riifhes the means The next I compute the lives on the footing of tire common bu of except that J take off five But the chargeh in the fiune as the Jow itis to that the fourth year there are a 344 children 0114800 received 514 the courfe four years this proportion 15600 or 3900 per annum for woukt number of whereas there were really but This is 747 or 10 asths per fewer children than I fup pofe the hofpital account may Itereafter produce in the fame Let the nomber be the or even to per yet ftill I fay we ihall be fuch xonfiderafcfe gainers as no argument can counter Upon the medium of the ages of five till ten it brings vlie whole in the table of to near 74 though themor taliry of laft or tenth yWM beftill encreafed it or by the tender Mge The fom of jprobabtjrfix t period to the expencl on IIOQ childrtrri jper annum or let us trutt Providtncefor W cannot employ our faith in To the t muft further thnt in the firnte of taking in chil and their there would be liv in thefooting ofrat the end of fifteen young perfons and and the end of years If we ref upon ttc chil i dren of the firlt ten yeais there will at the end of agi pair at a for What would ao years m6re pro duce from tliefe were they planted in heal ttxy parts of this kingdom 1 If the hofpital houKl happen tofeeat alefs expence antl find kfeif in caih at the end of ten as it Hiaycanfine itfelf nmply to this object of the parifti Mifant and have work enough on it might ftand bound to give a jubilee or half a to the in proportion to its fo that they need not be fufpicious of any accumulation of riches being madent their on the other the hofpital ii too narrowly eircumicribed at letting as if it were required to no greater proportion on 1100 produced here than on 3900 brought a great part from every corner of thefe it muft be fo faran uupleafant thofe who undertake The fince has made an experiment of 190 as mentioned in my who are grown up to be of tfee ages of one to fix years and by the laft accounts of iheir not quite one in three are inftead of near two in three upon reception of per This is roc fmali a number ta draw any concUifions Iftliefe ijojlioulfl diminish to one half before they are ten years of the difference of one third and one half is one or fixtien gained in every hun dred J have accordingly made a provifion of one ftveittb part on tiie proportion of the in order that the hofpital may not be for the very reafon lhal they have the nor f 11 into the fame evil as the and fufftr chil dren to perifh for want of the means of keeping them as well at Hie tJtctllcnt management of that valuable atrft li Station rthA Contribute t l Ffomthe of the laft per in the hofpittl will itand ar to iroir 1769 1770 1771 774 1776 62 93 I 10 126 142 Pricet 7 to 6 o o o o o oi a1 o tr o o ChargA a31 jo o 375 o 465 o io uojr 10 825 Q o 94S 1065 a o o Which produces 6 of your ninnber the eldeft being ten tLe yoAngeft twelve months j fo vyhh tiyit go and go on the of by placed out tbt I fappofe your expence Thus 174 children as if they were rifen frdfiir vrill coftthe laft yftur of fubjefts continued it if fy how much your parish and the wouUT be en riched by your Nor is it jult tha y UvihouUl enjoy the much un lefs you fupply your quota of woikng peorle com mitted to your charge hrthitr if you fuf fer them to ypvi commit injaftice jn ether pa rifhes j you require them to fupjiTy your and by confounding the order of bt iij on p J verty and If it fhould of the enter into the merits of the csuffe if m and the pariflies fhouc beobiigexito ftud their children to thefjpiwdiiag it renft le wiih the thofe who are bomjn and jftroppfed to be cjieriflied nt inotJiers either fronitSe that the infant may have all ths fjir pJayiwhich theorder of nature In cafi there muft be a latitude left for the difplay oi iittma why on toe part of thtf Upon thii it h not improbably of children will be reduced to 14 ccn fequantly yoBPgrtateft ehaCge at tea wiling but in return fjr which dren j and like gfefed good good and good you ui 1 conmbutc your quota to the comjnofl Jbaek j diflJiajija one oi the moft eflential dutisi the A cf Nature requires at your and your truii wicii great and little your moft obedient JONAS The paragraph eeKftrttixg tie can ntferted as it vagtt tend te Litters rectivd An Philo B the VVifti Maria Ann O G A is emit to To the PRINTER of tne IN your laft from Iht on the Fi publiihed by i funl that the author jnfifts greatly upon the ado pic dur ing his of mplojiusr ty cruije againfl tbtfmugglert and alfo upon his in cx iting an extraordinary ingiianct altrlnefs aniamji the I but wonder to find no mention naade of his endeavours to fupprefs that wellknown method cf fmugglingin the River Tliere is fcnrce a hip gees from the Thames to Dunkirk or any port oi has not a falfe which on its return is flored with all kinds of fmuggletl goods when the other lawful ladingof the fliip is cleared and ihe then thefaHt bottom is and a fecond lading conveyed away by If the pretended excited in ihe Cuftomhoufeofficers wat they might eafily detedl fuch fhameful praftice bsir yon no man is obliged to loak into a or ro more than he is willing to Ir I of ever feeing fmuggling kept within hcinvs by cut ters or by any Other is exerted towanis tlis Cuttun ar fometimes wilfuly and nmiciiie ait in coa certwith the even at ihe very tine whea they make An THEATRICAL THE feein to Inrecovering from tlieir thin hibit of was by a too ftrong rfofe of aclingin at the Great Houfe in the As thefe drugs arc of fo a na Managers of Covent garden lane would that they might only be taken tor the future in the Little Though cne Maid of hat vun there haaotbtrto fupplyhergUce the public will think Lord Aimwo th while there is the fame Sir Harry Qilttt R0ifft an1 Famy the AW goes rauniJ Jitftfantty and ;