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Rehearsal (Newspaper) - February 22, 1806, London, Middlesex 185 THE Another Comic d Romance betwixt a and a Which is made a February 22. 1706. Interrupt your with a fer I have here for you from The matter is about Sir Thomas Dilhs his Caning an Impertinent for there who had he affronted The having got this by the made a Great with it in his of 8th laft Vol. 5. N. 85. And gave us a to that in a Halt Sheet The was fo Full of which Contains a Long Letter to him from the Baker that was Beaten Henry Seager the writes but my Letter calls him But I we need not time about the of the 1 have Read his Letter in the to And he makes it a and puts it upon which he calls the The it felf is Worth no bodys But it is Worth to fee the of a Set of Men Bent the That no Private Quarrel can nor a Gentleman Correct any Mean Fellow for his but it is made a Plot of and mult be Harangued upon through the Nat ion But fince they have Begun let us hear what your Letter it is to hear both The Letter I is meant to your and is as cc cc YOU have undoubtedly long before this time met with ci Letter written by Mr. Henry and Printed in the as a Jult and Faithfull Account only of Matter or and a Vindication of that Sir When it came into we were in hopes it have the Fate of Mr. Empty of being at and laid or to their Proper But finding that either Ignorance or hath too many to | believe and on fuch a Worthy Authority to Reflect not only upon that Worthy but the Mayor and Better part of the Corporation of I think my felf to do fo much to both as to put this Matter in a fair that you may Judge how much the World is upon by Men of Scandalous and and upon what cc cc cc ct cc cc cc cc cc cc cc cc CC Grounds the takes the Liberty of his and them to Scandal and for Imaginary failures proceeding u purely from his own or his In the Paragraph of his Letter Mr. Seager very his Brethren of Negligence and in their ces as of and vaunts the only Righteous Man in the of his Duty having made every one ( as he tells without of pay according to Law for Swearing in his u Whereas he knows and hath not yet u Front enough to Deny That while in that he hath u times Heard and Permitted Swearing in the Publick of John u Clarke &c. in ing upon the Penalty to that u He Complains of the ous for fending for the u to Vote he him but without the Colour of cc fince from the of that Corporation it hath always been ry to Summon all living in jacent places by an Officer appointed for that in order to a Mayor and Of this Number were Sir Captain man Captain and others who Attended at the laft ct of them Gentlemen of as well as and very Unlikely to Return Mr. Seager Thanks for the dious Enflaming Character of cfc and by which he hath been to Whether any or all the voted for or this is not material to Certain it That he was Thrown out by a Majority of Twenty And that two of the then Mr. and Mr. Gentlemen of Unquestionable Honour and Fidelity to the Injury by being Compared with As for Mr. the other who was Chofen at the fime 'tis plam that if he the Name of ad &c Mr. Seager caunot Elude the fame it being that their Votes and cc cc cc cc
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