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Gazetteer And New Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 25, 1766, London, Middlesex E JJAYthYisth wilTbej comic S T R A V A G A N T L j iitefic ooinpofed by feveral celebrated Com Witk now aew and and no wittbut whch will be delir the laid at half a guinea 1tfft Oallery Second Gallery perfbn whatfoever to be admitted behind the nor into the iShe Pit and Boxes will be opened at fire To begin at half an after yjvantJRex GOR humbly requeft dw Mobility and Subfcribers to the Sot the enfiimg fea wiU pleafe to pay their ftWeriptions to Andrew at Charing ft is humbly defired that the Subfcribers to the Boxeswill pteafe to Jertd to the Office of the faid Theafsk the names of the company ponging to or for filver tickets for the The new ferrous called TRAKEBARNE GRAND which was to have been per forated This is obKged to be poftponed till Saturday the firfl of D R U R Y L A N By his M A J E S T Ys T THEATRE ROYAL m DRURY THIS DAY will be prefented never lifted Comedy called the CO U Jj T R Y G I R L Altered from COUNTRY The principal parts by beingher firit Pit Flrft Upper Wattrfor the boxes tobe taken of at the E G R D E THEATRE in COVENT THIS DAY will be prefented D S T R OK E for a by Woodward Sir Philip Dyer Shmer Clarice 5 Bftv Mwgan Pitt Ana To which wilt O Y A Yit iFrrft Gall Mf xhe to b taken of Sarjant at the Kq flPipaey he received at the nor omttrjr tatw roriaed after the curtain is drawn begs leave to accrtiaiit KOB1LITY and S C R I K E ft S tb he SOCIETY in TfturJlay tiie if Ifajvember politenefeof m lend Uf their to the has been found 4ucti ve of a very difproportroriaie number of tis thought more by the Ladies whd patronise the for the AW Tickets bail transferable only to and ouly t T UR LIN G T O tf s L S A M WILLIAM latt nephew and add now fticceflbr to Robert J urljng inventor and patentee of that mpft excellent medicine calledTurlingtons Original Bal lam of life leave to inform the gen that on the butfeeffat the pld the in neai the Royal Exchange5 where all per fort s may beallured of having the Original and Genuine Bxufam of as method of jtfeparingthe fame being left to other per lbn being acquaiited All others are notorious A NEW GRAMMAR The the SPANISH tfimnb an eafy ana conipendiouf Method to fpeak Mid It Wii nfeful Remarks iBhtfte Aewing to nuke ufeof Ja fpeaking irt Tfa from the belt of Spamfli paiti Alfo feveral of the nioft ufusfl ftrtoliar j jj TeacMf of the Spanifh Printedfpr CatJienne in the ooMeUer to hit Fpr CURE of this SCURVY and enrp frc i r to wy wUl fe eenVincijaftarttaie pan fiirei far thcjcunry fcOTbatic jrer gentle opftntion on the h will not fuffer the leaft impurity 10 lemaiij therein but ift moft mfaj fible manner it neYCr C tba lera and ttrtte obftiaitce it uons of tpmptaintr of every kiacV leajtipg tfie in in the fttther paniculars T thought nc majrbe tie a ikilfuJ furgenn wiriront 9 to to hoiffefhij upon the door la tod wfeere the Effisnie of fpU in bouies oI5 s in plain primed direftiom fcr theau it ia fold alfoti Vemors bcbk on ud iookifeHer in LetttnTrbni p From P L I JL imttfauy committed or near the fatfMtf cnatrjM tbe bfittmedfi acqujfitton to this nabenit istmfidtredf that tbi notorious oft fatdtrtt ivhetfarOf gangs itotb in tvwitatd for fanapprt or brought isjnfice j tbit tuid the efeapt fffutb fWenden hi proportion at tbii ufefuljUan it atititdiatoi mart far as it jttt lately bun honoured by of Firfl fury and as there at trap tote irate feting at tfyafafyt Gjffue to reteivt and to tbewfl vtgonuifops tt detefi and apprt rtquefls that no perfon wboJbaU be robbed or or ottempled to be rob bed or ipiM not oihif giving imHudirte notice of fuitart tbtprincipltson labicl of ibis under taking And it bos been found that tbe affijl enct given to by dostbs lately in a difliiiguijking manner If tbe in nnfequenct of adverlifements of robberies and robbers in the DAILY and PUBLIC as vsell as the notices and warnmgs fent from tbii fwben inftrtnutiotis come too latefor has been tkyintans nf detetfing mditjf no torious and of making market s to tbifys it be labirunis hjupprtfs tvikaf this by tbej got to taken ntce they are reduced as is the prefent cafe a cfthefane by wbichtlity iverefirj muft keep ttel tbis is in tbe povstr of tbe puJRe by above Office wtb till nttif faty informations for P I E L D I N All and relative to tbe bovg tyM be paid fer at where a btrfe purfuir u ready to in fext tut on any foHomng inTerted by way of Caution to 1 the public s finali In frdh cbm fifty black ia black or generally toots Jittfc 4atk bwivn Welch M ifBdifehto tke hame o otbngawt Nb twftjftade it a to o in time Wfbducinp ariurfe of fa J to advance him money on his generally the Turn of promifing toritura in an hour and redeem afterwards appeared 3 by whi havihg put off numbers of watches or always inijaior tojhe got Upon it is recom meaded tha j if he fltouwt for the fulaVe attempt the thai he and brought to the Public in where divers informa tions have been made relative to tbis in order that the party may be dealt witn according to Far tbe letter Jigned IN FELLIGENCE EX rRAOR on the Trade and Finances of this laft To PHIL O PA UP E LETTER Flatter mjfelf that either of th6 propofals made in my two laft and fo familiar as means oTob taininlg the grtat end in It muft be obvious to and all who can enter into the merits of fuch a that many hahdreds of our fellow in theprogrefs of a jtjiat now perilhes in a raajuier thejuoftreproachtijl to our tional Maiiy will think I have faid ehbiigb When it isconfidercdhow ill the matter has been UHderftflodv what fraitiefi efforts have been how lcr the bjh yrfnr wonder at my perftverance will This wjll probably the effort of the kind which my liie caa expected t6 und jjtatter yet re in rny which ojay bcjuccefsfully ad vinced in fupportiug nay is a na tural propenfity jn the mind ko the ut moft what appears to have aft long ing hanging about my toJeave libthing unftrd which can promote the of lie cautebefore wi thougH Iftbuld trytl back two hunjdredahd thirty I will In my I gave fome accbiint of fwhat paffid in being acciuentalry bofltffed of curious anecdotes which had a particular Tela ition to rpttr parish of demerit r in a brief to trace the fub very of and eijouire into of Life and in hopes to fome moral and political eonclufioits which may be ufe Though the pride of moritars does not always per them difcover the limits of their all things have their The congn great numbers in however conrequential to na itional when it exceeds certain with infinite niifchiefs to the Many differently conltituted in foriH of go as in and the United thought wifeft policy to reftraiA their with regard to the paflion of afloeiating themselves on one for Ifiough tt tliat in kngth of time may cure It may fifll occafion fuch a fickiiefs or convolfion in body as every wife ftate would wifh to avoid by prudent and practicable The queftion is not whether the citizens here hall be s little richer or but what is for their hap pinefs and feeuri and for the comman good of his Majeftys king doms and To be always upon the ha with a view to wealth and is the fure way to poverty and decay in the That which to a certain degree is beyond it is This we fee in every part of and in every cir cumftance of human The hillory of man kind teaches this leilbn in evVy page j and if we learn we by the mercies of do If we do not learn it we hail not do This needs no prefumptuous fpirit of common and The parifh regifters in England began no ear liar than in in one of thefe ventetst injunftions fet fortli in that in the name of ICing Henjy VIIL by the c his Vicegerent in ecclefiaftical mat ters which injunclion that the par or Curate of every parifli mtuld keep a true exaft regifter of Chriften w and And the weekly iiJls of mor containing an account of as well as taken hythe Company of Parifh Clerki in had their rife oh tWe ai It is neceffary to premife that it wa not tll near the cloie of the laft and one third vanced in that ftventeen of the which conftitute a part of the prefent bills of were then Thefe were not then near fo confiderabls as they pre but whatever their extent might their omiffibn is an aggravation of our there being f much a greater diminution upon a lefler number of was included in 1685 Anns Hanover Square 1729 Ge Bfoomfbury 1731 John the Evangelilt 1734 With others of lefler note at different timeSi To begia from the earliett we maycjlioclude that Uwfe cities were jflrf feat of empirev the conflux great numbers if From to die burials muft deduct the dead by the Plaguy ofthatyear of the Plague So ftands the accauat but it is probable that more died of the and lefs of other unlefs we grant there were full half as many inhabitants as at this It is now one hundred years fince we were affiifted with a plague j from the bills of morta lity give accouat of peoples dying of thii diftem as if it were as coiiimon as You will fee tfiat in this difeafe raged very Thefe cities were hardJy ever entirely till the great fire in 1666 the as we yet were built and the ftreets narrow and Pcrhapsoar or the cuftom of eating much to which we are our violence in our or tfie un drained lands in tbe FJats of or other mifjlit contribute to produce a fpotted which always with the and again decreafed with forbai it feemed to be kind of difeafe j and as purples only app fdme who had the reputed without or and the common fever alfo e with this epidemical which It djfficult totally to feemed toarife famecaufe if we judge from the which it beyend what we may afcribe it to our ma as well as to infection accidentally intro Though we have not at prefent any fuch diftem yet we fee vaft numbers fwept oJF by gain an In 1000 1 diie as follows Of Confumptions Fevers Snaail Pox Convulfions If innoculation of yoHng and and as faft as infants are were to take it is probable not in would die of thefcmall As to Con they relate chiefly to of fo many die in tbefe cities than the comkon This muft bs imputed to bad bad the labouring Poor living con to and the of common Cftnfumptions comprehend the effccTs of venereal as I fee by tbofe poor wretches who die in Magdalen ten in eleven of thofe that die going off in this But this fweeps off numbers early or fomp whom na ture hath formed too delicately for our unequal cli or their unequal manner of Impro per public aa well as irregular contribute to the ravage of Notwithftanding the labouring pait are fotauch more expofed than fewerof them die of in than of people who live in Upon the thefe feveral enemies to life wuhoutany train of now carry of 67 in whereas in tUey conveyed to the grave about 40 in too By that died of Con vninons only z4 m i in other the diffe 1ence js mconfiderable and this feems to be more in the name givehto than in and not worthy of niuch enqu 1 1 y The earlicA after J9a of births and bui 170 80 rials Ju thefe citiesj according to th6 ftantts 1603 1605 1608 1609 1610 Chrif 6388 6785 Bu 7910 of the plague 1803 Dead exdti of the plague ChrifleDd J plague In the two laft years you will obferve a upon the Chi m J j t 4 1 99 I By this account it appears of the firft dreadful he Plague on a dium of 5 2551 per exclufive of the upon a medium of yeiirs the ac count ftands compared with the prefent time upon a mediiim of five in at this on a medium exclufive of the Burials at this on a 13437 So Chrifteningswere then teentbsof the prefent theBurials only fix twenty thirds 6f the prefent Upon a comparative view of the ChriiJenings and Burials r6 were nearly In 1763 to there are above 30 per more buried than are As to the proporrion of the number tf inhabi tants compared wirh the prefent by this it may be fuppofed there were about in 5 of the prefent In the number chriftened was Died of the Plague 35417 Of other difteuipers s 18648 yeai of great no can be bulf as there WIT near three times as many died as were it is probable QtfcpLjrtecamed off a number than Tte and there died Small no greater number than yo tbis dittemper invaded us there died of it clt JJ 7 8aj Being abimt tBrte times as many 109 years though it h njbt arobable the at this time are three timesjjie COnfiderint how few are loft by one may fo many diet ft rhuflr be owing partly to thengleft of It may be ftrffieient to form an idea of the pro grefs of by taking every tenth with filch further years as were very remarkable Dimi Chrif 93 5 10370 6971 Buried 10554 18191 1 3101 10955 35I of the plague 3067 996 1494 1871 8436 3597 13 1998 35 Dierlof 9441 9608 4396 8734 1165 frfe of the 1642 3130 5784 1741 4869 Upon this That in the Chriftenings arui Buiials nearly That in and a Jy annually chriftenedj run The more buried tlian chnlteufidjt buriah in the town was though the chri to be partial for of the it alib when pro 1 of many of the lat fegilter an equal pace tiife mprfai y is fourtimes jpclude part of the former oft near 3090 In find thejttkgue attnoft but the diminution upoft tiie neaily equal with the former In 1690 the ws find the morta lity probably the numbers to The year 1665 which the though it jnakei a7o3 tani o baWy the cohtagion TAe OB the back of this great evil for ir con fixtdCpericd to this diftem health un der dean ant untainted Tlus next the thriftenings but the diminatSotl of Uie number of inhabitants by the burials is no Ie6 thin nearly equal to thote of which From this 1688 to being 15 the number of chriftenings uid burials do not vary and run upon a Chriftenings lajrcv Burials 19635 Annual 7785 ;