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Stuart's Star And Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - March 25, 1789, London, Middlesex tion of as to have had a -an the of the tai the of for we were the of Civil and the of That of the truth and wi the principle of his Motion therefore forbear to ftr niai of that and a on that than any which he give would be found in the records of the might m the feelings of every the honour to Mr. then proceeded to con confider the propriety of applying to the volution the principle which he had thus he it wan to remind the the importance of this great with to the magnitude of the evils nature of the which had the He that the were perfectly aware of the in which the two countries that now Great Britain at that time in words the the days of a the Marquis Mini was brought into common ufe as a of that the Parliament of the Senate of had that power in the Sovereign was the fundamental law of the that the Houfe the and the liberties efte law was made an the and that the consignment to legal murder hire in the King and that he was a to the ancient enemy of the that to extirpate for ever the liberties and religion of the was the purpose of his and that to accompli this the of at that terror of their Mr. Beaufoy then bow it was to reflect on the deliverance of the dangers of that aw that a claim to the ardour and the of never occurred in of Mr. Beaufoy in the next the which have been to the event he to He to what other caufe could be that of that fenfe of which our and without which ail other enjoyments are but of incitements to To the of the fame event he imputed that wonderful fabrick of manufactures and which the of and is Scarcely within the reach of our own and he further that to the genuine effects of the fame powerful caufe we alfo owed that innate and energy of action which had enabled this in our own not only to the united efforts of the three potent States in of before the was thought our equal in but had alfo enabled us to baffle their even when our own dependencies bad joined the confederacy Of a greater and more - he he need not for who that valued his own who that regarded the or who that thought an the rights of the people the beft attribute of could that to the we owed the of That he had already continued without change or through the long period of three and of its continuance in the we felt an on as gave to expectation the certainty of From the which consideration of religious gratitude had he parted on to which might be drawn from the advantage of the minds of the people with a and fenfe of the nature of their the attempt which in farmer periods been made to and the if attempts had would have been brought upon and entailed upon their he who had marked the of had uniformly that the to the liberties of a is not fo great from external violence as it is from the of internal He that he had long the people of England as too much to rely on the j of Magna on the Elective of the third branch of the and on the right of Trial by for the maintenance of their freedom that the on he founded this opinion that all had been put to the and d failed us in the he the energies of Magna when the furious it of Henry the Eighth had of the what did the elective Confutation of the Houfe of Commons to the temper of the King Were not they the abject of his the influence of Magna Charta could have the liberties would Great Britain ever have known the of if Right of Trial of Jury were a guard from the attacks of irritated would the Lord or the immortal have died upon a fold Of what avail was that hi the days of when the circuit of the Judges was more terrble to the than even Military the then that a trial by bit Peers fervid but aggravate Sir Richard made an annual to trayed his him that he was and that * in were - Mr. of thu the people hen the of public irice ed; and the voice of was no longer the a to that if the approve qf the of that brief but of the rights and of the is exhibited in the BUI of be annually read in our part of of the he the people would be in the nature of their would be informed of the danger to which rights had been and would be taught the which the lofs of them would bring upon theit native land and thus thp li of England would be protected the ruin which attended the freedom of other and the rendered as independent as of time and Mr. bye that to Revolution was to acknowledge the which to the authors of that that when the titles of jand of Argyll and and of their other be ly the people would feel that if ever rights mould the of great forgetful like their of the party Margaret's and he believed neither the Right Hon. Gentleman in the nor w by which they might happen to be would and fo an phalanx on the fick of virtue and their That to celebrate the revolution was alfo to the people of the obligations which they owed to the clergy of the church that it was to remind them of the the determined seal with under trying and in a fearful the their that it was jo remind them of the with in to their own immediate in the on that the and religious to the cordiality of a civil And that it was in reality to them of a the that could be brought to their efforts of all ranks and of Englishmen in of their common Rights and of the free of their On all he hoped that his Motion would not be unwelcome to the when he as he now proceed to to bring in a To a perpetual fary to Almighty for by the glorious delivered this Nation from arbitrary to commemorate annually the Confirmation of the People's Lord Mulc Aster rofe to fecond and his Hon. Friend had fo ably and fo amply explained the grounds and motives on which he to introduce his that he had left him no to add a fingle on the he would therefore content with his Hon. Friend's Sir Richard Hm it would be extraordinary if in the of an hundred years a Houfe of Commons not have the benefits of the The Hon. reminded him of the canonisation of the which generally took place fifty or an hundred j years after their Sir Richard that in of this be might not be as a who the or as unwilling to acknowledge the very great 3ncf important advantages that this had derived from it. He was exceedingly thankful for and did not to the religious Celebration of fo an he that if the Honourable Motion were of a day of and the day would a day of and Sir Richard there was already a. Service of the Church appointed to commemorate the and if the Clerk would turn to the Form of Prayer for the 5th of which followed the reading in the Common Prayer he would there find it. Mr. read the Plot and form of which directs Prayers of to benfed yearly Upon the fifth day of Nov. for the happy deliverance of K. James I. and the three of from the and bloody intended by gunpowder and alfo for the happy arrival of King on this for the deliverance of our Church and Mr. Hatsell at Sir Richard's read a few lines of ' prayers in the fame mentioning Kir happy Sir Richard his peculiarly to the he was mope than any other Member if it were would be obliged to recollect the and have to attend at St. Margaret's in his On the 33th of the Speaker together with a noble learned Lord belonging to another Houfe of Parliament which it certainly was not regular to for whom in common with the in pertained a Very high degree of the noble and learned would to make their to St. Margaret's Sir apologized for the trouble he trad given to to the Prayers for the for 5th of by it the Members of that Houfe were not with the Book of replied to Sir Richard Hill's divided into two The Baronet the Revolution took one hundred Mr. Beaufoy was the ground on which he his an hundred years had the that had been derived had that he to make a of and commemorations The Hon. fecond objection that was already a of the Church appointed to commemorate the landing of King It was there was fuch a but in it were comprehended two objects that had not the analogy or reference to each The one the Gunpowder the other the arrival of King 1% was to commemorate neither of Beaufoy that he ed to bring in a a bigot had been happily detected in a to blow up the two of cruel and delegable as that intention would anj gentleman that its being was a of equal with the which and gave us a free Nor Was it William's landing that he was anxious to The of acquired by and by force of were muck too frequent render any one of fit of It was the event of Revolution by without lofs of who had his had vacated his kingly and an opportunity was that family to the mild and Government the country had fo long experienced the full perfection national and The was agreed STUART'S L 0 N D Q March 35. Their Majesties this after receiving the from the of left Windfor for at which laft place His MA jesty held a Levee for the Foreign The Great Officers of State THEift Majesties were accompanied by the Princesses and The Royal Family are expected this evening at To-morrow Her Majesty will hold the at from the preparations now will be as as any during the canopy is erected in the which the will fit to receive the compliments of the Nobility and General illuminations were again expected but His Majesty has his to defer of till his te St. Paul's on St. George's Mr. Pitt ao entertainment to a party of about thirty nobility and gentry in honour of tue among whom will Marquis of Wo ft c E ST Lord Sir John Sir John Sir Hon. Mr. Mr. Mr. &c &c Lord Chamberlain's March 24. As it expected in of His Majesty's happy the attendance at St. pn will be very it is the intention to pafs from her apartments fo the upper end of the great council where the company will have an opportunity of paying their to Her Majesty as they after by the fide of the flairs at the may return through the by a Gentleman iu Bristol we hare this morning received the following authentic The laft packet has brought very bad accounts from the West The ifland of will not make above 5000 of The average one year with another is 17,000 at Antigua about half a The other in The cotton crop fail on fome others nfo batter third of the The Lord Earl Some were received this morning from which mention are in expectation of feeing King again the of that by the of the The grand object of that harbour from any attempt of an enemy is at length a large iron boom and chain having been flung the mouth of the inner which has been the and under the projection of American Engineers daring the for which they are have ample reward as tine weather had not been aide to flop the zeal of The Kino of Sweden on the frontiers of where he will be by his nephew the Pitin ce Roy a u of ' The Lent Sermon at the Chapel St. was this by the Mr. one of his in Mrr the King's who carried to Mr. Ewart at and the ratification of the treaty by his a month is not yet This morning received from wnich were over- the arrived off the They are dated the 10th and contain an account of two Barbary having place with an hark in two were under jury and that provinces were very plentiful andT The arrival of the William Pitt failing of the fhips bound to that fhe having brought home fome This morning the packet of letters brought over from the Company's Settlements in the the in the William Capt. were brought to the General and delivered The crew of the William Eaft Capt. have been fo very bealty excepting fhe brought home all her and the whole company which file took out with Governors and many friends and to the Humane tp the amount of five dined at tlie London many objects by the benevolent were feen by Dr. read a letter from Gen. mentioning the that had attended of this practice in The Doctor alfo pronounced a panegyric on the enforced The very and the company were very The laft letters received from his Royal William mention his of all the Leeward Islands once more his departure for England ia of which he cannot be expected arrive before the month of or early ia The late Duke of Leeds was Knight of the and the on the lift of the By bis Mr. Pltt has another good thing to offer to as Pope be with a tickled a The of when fhe partook of the Prince of late had jewels on to the valuer of 250,0001, The flounce of her petticoat was entirely beautifully without the appearance of being as alfo a large diamond Mr. amiable qualities and loyalty are convenes Berks on tne 28th an their For the Sussex the 30th is the day of Ear of the Lord Sir G. and Lord Sheffield fign to the Mr. Pitt been with the freedom of the Corporation of Lady like Lady has begun her Nine candidates for the fix vacant will be hard Mrs. Jordan is as attractive as Scarcely any places to be had when Mrs. BillingtoN has two new airs in to what the has hitherto Mrs. Billing ton's airs m the Prophet laft night fung with great power and The other performers did to their It was reported laft night at the that a fon of Mr. Gallini had fent a challenge to Capt. of the treatment which his father from that in the late
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