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London Country Journal (Newspaper) - July 7, 1733, London, Middlesex GO R Y JOU R N A L: I T HE R A FT S M A N. By CALEB of July 1733. Five Years I gave my Readers the political Creed of a modern in to the original Principles jof that Party but the Wri ters have fince added new Articles to their which - ought 1 to be recorded the Credenda of their Party j the following ones j | - That the People in Office and Favour flight to all the Lands in the Tbat to affert Parliamentary in the ridiculous Claim of hereditary is upon high i the Majesty of the People is by our Laws in the of the TbM the ought have a pecuniary Influence House of have no in their tr corporate to their De putties even in which their Trade and in the That which deprive the of his Right to a Tryal by and bis Houfe and to the of \a Parcel of little under the Power and Direction of the are the moji Means promoting ' standing under the fame the beft when duely garbled and to j I | are the lately and defended by Writers who the j at the fame call and to reproach as and Enemies to the present But let determine whether Tenets are not diametrically j to the very Principles of that Party lin other not founded * oii popular in to the Encroachments of and the Power of the We appeal to the fame whether tke pretended Whigs of our Age have not borrowed their Arguments from the Tory of former in Behalf of a perpetual Parliaments For my I often when up any of their that I jam reading fome of or which would their and fave a great Deal of We have lately had the to fee the Names of Whig and Tory laid and Men of all Parties in the common like Friends and without any or Regard particular cates feem very of the which may attend this - therefore no Pains divide us This is the Burthen ofj Mother Off for Weeks paft who hath done us the Honour to acknowledge that our Writings have lately had and exerts all the Pathos in her power to fet People of England together the Eirs about that her good Patron may art Opportunity of away the and with But hear from all Parts of the that the People are not at in any to take her and that every Attempt of this Kind ferves Only to unite Them more in that on which the of their Liberties - - - i great of Complaint that gives Strength to the Tory and may endanger the whereas is more evident than that it hath been on the Principles of oh which this Government Was and on which only it can be The Writers are fo of all their They have been obliged to a a called Repu or Something I between and an They in hopes would frighten the People of and make Them fly into their Arms for but They are moil lamentably I in and have Mortification to fee their Bugbear treated wish that which wretched an Expedient There is one which I Save often admired in the Writings and oi for though They are angry any of I wHere the Country is it is that They very on the ether Side of the and no or Expence to gain however They may have been formerly with or even Prin A little Compliance with the Times away all Spots in their Them a Place the beft of the I have now in my Eye out Examples of this who have lately rendered and bask at in the full of who the of the more than of any particular to Imputation of and though They appear to be actuated in their Conduct by the Principles of ever the Patriots of any - We are by that cuf and are owing to the and if They would to explain I don't know whether They are altogether in the wrong for if They reckon the Lofs of the Excise Misfortunes of the I am ready to grant that it was owing to the pertinacious Opposition of I muft that They lately been very in their Endeavours to reduce our Debts and taxes i to Frauds in great and to the Authors of. to prevent Stockjobbing and all of the publick other which have made a good deal of in the and perhaps given fome to a certain the People in general to be of a different and have their of in a that will for ever do Honour to the Nation and I hope prove a to fame Per fins at It is very true that all naturally creates Ferments and Contention but for that be left at Liberty to do what They without any or can any Body that the Nation would thrive the under fuch a and implicit to Power If my Houfe is I have certainly Right to alarm the and if any bad upon am I to be blamed for or the who occasioned them r But let us come to the Liberty and Property are neither nor but common to ill Men in this arid therefore all Men will naturally rile up in their when They The late was upon as fuch an and united Body of the whole Nation without any of or - I It cannot be that of this attended with fome Warmth and I that it did a great deal more for God fake to whom muft To who found under of Handing up in their own or to who reduced Them to that be properly faid to delight in and inflame the Minds of the who an unnatural which They apprehended big with their own or who projected and in the general Voice of the nay even ihe Advice and Intreaties of his own till it created Tumults and that threatened the of the Kingdom ' ' i ' As to the will venture to affirm that if He hath any remaining Hopes in this as I heartily He may can be grounded oh nothing but the of fome being of his own Guilt and the publick may endeavour to draw his Matter into ruinous under in Hopes of the general I But if ever fuch a of Power in this We rely on the Vigour cf an Parliament tQ defeat and as the God be is now drawing when the People of England will have an Opportunity 6i" their Sentiments in the effectual We doubt not They will fet a Mark upon every who appears in a certain Lift as im Enemy to their Trade and and make Choice of in whom They have to either from former or their known Characters in the without any Regard to little or I is hoped and expected from as and in to all the vile which will certainly be made Ufe of to corrupt Them from their Duty and FOR A S 24, N. S. Count who is here from is to be veiled with fome chief Command j but whether the or in we yet Some Princes of the Empire that lie have taken from the great military of the to intreat the Emperor not to carry the Affair of the Election of a King of Poland to too great a that might probably open of War in which Cafe Princes of the Empire will continue The ' Pope's we begins to cuddle King Friends and as this fame has erected ah as it in the Hearts of the there appears to be not fo much to proceed to a new as to a to him to remount the July 6. Much Talk has been of the ries lately over the Moors by the at Or We we are affined by Letters that a Part of that has been cut to Pieces by the faid This the ards fome to the intended Expedition to Africa July 7. | They write from that on Sir John arrived was received two Miles out of Town by upwards of of the principal and on to return him Thanks in the hearty for his Services in and particularly for the late afterwards conducted him Town with the Acclamations of the the and Streets ing with Oak &c. and the Evening concluded with ringing of and the of 1 On Friday came on the Election of a to ferve in this prefect Pa for the Borot gh of Bury St. in the Room of the Right the Lord of his and one of his honourable Pr vy lately up to the Houfe of when the Hon. Thomas fecond Son of the Rt. ' Hon. the Earl of one of the capital of that Brother to the aforenamed Lord I Oxi Sunday at Noon John at together with his and to the College of alt for in crder to his the of Orange with the full Habits of the noble Order of the | Baron Van formerly in England from their High the States is nominated by the Prince of Orange to be his Hi Proxy for his Marriage with the fo that his npS kt hear thaJ the Lady Anne Sifter to the of will accompany her Royal High lefs to in the Quality of Lady of the ' ] | Envoy from of went on Monday Night to to take his Excellency being to return to Berlin in a few On Saturday the ended at Old wien only two Malefactors received of viz. William alias for robbing of a Scarlet and for Nathaniel Hilliard On the firing a at his Head and Rofe for privately her Matter twenty-four Guineas fome The who were committed to the Fleet by the Lord Chief and afterwards removed to were on an Indictment for endeavouring to in j order to pafs a on an in the County of and were acquitted by a Flaw which happened iii the f Three burnt in the viz. who was for the Murder of at the Tavern at St. j John and Sarah the two latter Lft 1 were ordered for thm to be and
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