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   Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - September 22, 1770, London, Middlesex                                VSSv The UNIVERSAL A Z E t T Price TWOPENCE SEPTEMBER ike Editor of Bingleys S a war with Spain feems now to be it will not be a mi is to for the fake f ot historical one of th affefled caufes of The following curious letter having appeared in one of the To die YOUR correfpondent Seneca feems mightily pleafed with the Ion met of G the I agree with there is a good deal of humour in it but a ton before it can be fully al lowed ij ought to be founded ftriclly in If Gthe Seconds banmot is relative only to unwife of the Uoufe of that were bom before the commencement of the prefent or that were born in it may probably have truth for its But I would iUrt even the of C of the three crowned heads of the Boirbon feems to be a diftinft amongfc their three Bourbonian we all was put afide fritn the bccaule he was an irrecoverable His prclent Majefty of oicily 1 juil one remove from his The next crowned head of the Bourbon I mean the King of may be allowed to be one remove and a half from his Sicilian Ma if weighed in the fcalc of intelligent or in tellectual As a proof that the King of Spain is removed fomewhar more rh tn a degree and a halt from downright 1 will relate a ftory of will convince any ftjtor of monarchical that his moft Catnolic Majefty is endowed with fufficient underftanding to govern the rich and powerful kingdom of or in deed any other kingdom in ac cording to the modern ftandard of Bourbonian borne few years ago Charles tha his prefent Catholic who is paffionately fond ot had accoutred himfelf as ufual for the It was in the month of and the weather at the extreme point of The fnow began to fall in fnch broad that the JXKT King was abfolotciy proKUwted the cJutce tiiat The fervanrs about his perfon were ordered to lay three or four dozen of watches be fore their royal in orier that he might amufe himfelf with the delightful and inftructive of winding them feems even this Xing and is allowed all the ce and parade of regal fes fervants thus having brought him the watches and left him all It is remarkable of this crooned like he is joins qttcim that is to he never the Jcaft dirftrente whatever between a foHtudi and a I take of thirty or to be an operation which mufl foon fatigue the mentalfaculties andthofefaculties room for the exertion of the body powers ac cordingly we are told that his who is an enemy to idletjei the moment he hadwoun i up his by uint of that the was extremely To counteroperate the inclemency of tins harp what couldhis Majefty do His fervanrs had left his huntingwhip in the room with him thiroom hong with goblingta The vivid and lively figure of an Arabian ready was rcprefented to die His who is not cafily de immediately appicaches the highco loured attempts to mount this Bucephalus the pictured ftirrup fails to admit his Kingly and oh dire plump falls the Ma jely of Spain on the refplendent Long did this mighty oer whofe widccxt nded dominions the fun never ceafcs to ponderate in his Kingly whether he fhould leverely correct the refplendent wax rubbed or whether his huntingwhip would not fall with greater juftice on the Arabian Wifely did Charles the diltinguilh between primary and fecondary The fuddled paifty therefore could not but appear to be thepropei and immediate object of rtyjl This weighty point deter and Charles havingthus acted the two parts of juryman and there remained only the exe cutioners part fornim to Jnltantly he fprung from the and with his threethongd during two feconds and with hand fublimi flogged the unmoved lately At length and half uftjcated in his own which copioufly oozed out at every the King quite again involuntarily ruilied rumbling down upon the refplendent waxrubbed Alarmed at this unufual theguaid attendant in the outer breaking through all order aqd every etiquette Madrids fiatelymarching quickly ruihed in lie and fourfd their if not in rcaidng at kaft in recking The faculty called all ftand aghaft anc they themfelves fliivering with cold much wonder whence the caufe of nil this burning heat which thus unknown had overpowered their When as riling from a and ftarting nto life thus oracularly anfwered Charles the Be not furprized that thus I for by this watch of Grahams thirtyfour mi two feconds and a have I been flog with this whofe ponderous handle is that highilomached whofe traiterous hoof hath twice extended my whole length upon this Much more fpoke while every word was to the full as pertinent From thefe characteriftic of this Crowned your readers will perceive I had flrong ns for faying that Charles the King of the two is rather more than a de gree and a half lefs unwife than his fon Ferdinand the King of the Two In my next letter I will draw the picture of that other Crowned Ffead of the Bourbon Lewis the King of One ivbo Paints to the His Excellency Prince Spanifli had it tranflated into the Spa nifli language andconfidcring it as a very highaf front upon his King of he went to Lord and infilled that the printer ftiould be given up to exemplary Lord Weymouth He was very forry for what had happened and however willing he was at all times to punifh printers and pub by the laws of he could not comply with his Excellencys What cried not punilh the rafcal who has called the King of Spain a faid Lord I cannot for thefe fcoundrel printers have faid the fame of our who is a fenftble man brought to trial by due courfe of they were Prince Maflerano was far from being He has actually fent an exprefs to for inftructions how tb act in this great And fo ferious is this ridiculous arFair that there is not a doubt it will be made one of the oftenfible caufcs of the approaching There u another point of difpute relative to The fafft of which are follow The late Lord Anfon often that we ought to have an or haven in the South for the conveniency of our in cafj of a war with Lord when at the bead of the cook up Falklands ifland which is near Cape Horn fccnieto anfwer the Our claim to the is founded upon having been difco vered oy one a native of our The claim ofthe Spaniardsto is founded upon tneir having all the neighbouring conti nent and a pofitive afTertien of their that we have no right in thefe the mat ter Itancis on general A kind of ettlement having been under the pa tronage of Lord who was very fond of the thing and the arFair having been difcovered the the King of about two months fent four veflels to diflodge ourpeo and drive them totally from off the and on the we have fent two fhips of var to fupport in cafe any Ihould be againll and re preientations have pafled backwards and forwards between the Courts of London and upon this About ten days William Pot ter Lord Butes confidential meJJenger carried our ultimatum to It is impolfible any anfvrer fhould return in lefs than twentyone If the Court fhould avow the defign of driving our people from Falklands as in all probability they will the now fitting will be immediately fent to bombard When a King is determined to go to it is eafy to find a And it is notorious though our Miniilers would not believe it till very lately that Spain is now in a better condi tion for going than Ihe has been thefe fifty September Tejierday arrived the from and We have very authentick that tne plague has already carried off perfons in tbe neighbourhood of and Z No Grangers are now permitted to en ter hs principal towns in this unlefs t 8y can produce letters of both for them felves and for tbeir The accounts we receive from the army of Count de Romanzow leave us no room to that his late victory was very and it does him the more be cauie by tha detachment which he was obliged to fend out from it did net exced fight ing men on the day of This affair has been attended with very bapfy for the Rulfians Ifaccia has taken poffeffion of by who has defeated part of tha enera s army which feemed likely to make a land we cannot with certainty that the Caftle likjJwife fell into the hands of the victorious The Turfcifli cavalry being purfued by Prince who took pufleffion ef re paflcd the Danube with great part by and part uopn body of Tar tars having flopped on this fide the vas fur rounded by detatchments from the array of Panin and that of which induced the Chan to make propofitiuns for an accom which Romanzow would liften to upon no other terras than his paying homage to the Emprefs of as they it is though the mull fubroit The defeat of the Grand Vizir was not known at it is the garrifon wouldaccept the advantageous offers of Pa and furrender without any further Letters ftom Zante confirm the account of the of the Turkifh Admiral who is cruizing near the Streijhts of the has taken 14 laden with for Conrtantino which has thrown the inhabitants of that place into the The Ruffians laid feveral iflands and are battering Napoli di Romania in breach and it is generally throughout the that the RafCans will attempt to pafs the and ict fire to A letter from Tunis that 900 French part of the armament fent agaiait that had been furprifed by the near and had been all puc to the ana and in this died here aged 73 years and fix of a letter from and Prince Dolgo arrived fuccefliveiy at Czarflca 45 Couriers from Count Uomsnzows The formebrought that a detatched from ohe grand and commanded by General ariived at the fide uf tiie Danube and oppo fitc where tbeTutks had their bridge he tflund about 1000 JajjifHries in aVi with zo pieces of having with them the baggage and eqflipages of fie Thefe troops having time to pap tkat Grand had the mortification to fee from the throw down tluir and cry for making any One of T principal officers informed of a which the Gracd Vizir made to his men at wnich is fs That the hai fent tvjgai the buthat God had difpofed of events and would give the over him and ad that thofe wfco fhouH not be able to fellow and fhuuld fall into eoemys had nothing tb as the Ruffians were not fo barbarous as had been represented Con ftantinople aod that their Ezaprefs was a Princefs renowned for her humanity and the treatment the Turkifh prifoners met with in ExtraS 4 letter front dateA In the of theengTtgcmenUGf rjiu i8th of July and of the lit of General Rooian zow did not fail to do juUice to Prince Wflliara of whofe gallant behaviour appeared on hofc he being always the firflin tke He likewise greatly commends the PruJTian volun teers in who went to the attack like They write that the Grand Signor Itruck the Grand Vizir in the for daring to give his opinion contrary to the liking of ha Sultan who appears to bex 10 much out qf inmour at the news he from all that it is dangerous to come into hii has likewife been received at Lem that General Tottleben had gained a corn aleat viclory over the commanded by four in the confequence of which was thetaking of ThTurks loft this occafion oooo 15 pieces of ral ftaffs of hories and great number of A celebrated Italian courtezan Viaag lately pur chafed a fuite of BrufTeb point of exquifiie rlefired bar Lord to prefent her with a brocadej be told her he could not at that time conveniently the money on which the lady dipped the lact ia fpirits of and put it under ler Some little time fince a parifh in the country fent one of their who was ftone upto or the charitable afSrtance of Oculift n They were fo parftmonioufly nhuman not to fend him up without to keep him in London whilit under but even to refufe allowing the unhappy wretch the comfort of riding in the waggon but paid the driver ibme rifle him to be tied to ihc Jike a dog and he actually arrived in that It h incredible what the poor creature fuffcred as he fays in ftumbling the and other oa the Red fags tea is the moft efficacious remedy for tha worms the On Thurfday evening tobacconjft n Oxford was lopt ou Swrton Common ay i frngle wko robbed him money and notes to the amount of upwards of Yeiierday was fcnc from the Secretary of ofEca a reprieve for one now under f6n ence of death at On Wednesday night a tradefman returning from Jow to was accotted jtrft on the other fide of MileEnd Turnpike by a man with a who pretended lame and afked cha rity the tradefman told him he had no halfpence upon which the fellow knocksd him with lis then rifled his pockets of and ran off with great On WejSnefday night one of the prUbners capi tally on leaviog the ufed the moil horrid oaths and imprecations againit the J and Yi Rerday fourteen prifoners were tried Old whom was capitally Thomas for ilealinf a va lue the property of Thomas die particulars of which were as f Thomas came to the Thomas about the niiddle of and hired from him a gelding to take The time being and hprje nof theprofetutoradrertifed particulars in confequence of this a larmer who bought the ho fe of che prifoner the dajr he hired htm for two gaioeaa and a came to the houft of tKf profecuWr the which was to by the and his and delivered him The in his fwore that he met tfefrprf fbner at a publick and joining him he aflted Would he a hbrfe That after forae they STUCK up a bat and he paid him twoguineas and a naif fitf the That the day feein iOt advertifement in the papers defcribing che and the he came to delivered up and gave every inform atibn relative to t prifoner that he could on the of he was in a few days afterwards He no defence and the without going brought in their followingwere convictd to be tranfiportsdi Elizabeth for ftealinga qaandey of wearing the property of Deborah Leij Elizabeth PagCj Tor ftealing of lue privately in the mop of John well George for ftealing a the property unknown Anne Sngletoq and Elei nor tor ftealing a the property of William Higsn Elieabeth foifteal ing upsvards or in the property of rrgs And were A few das Thomat Efqj of to of Y Jqhn at to Mtfs Ann only daughter of Joleph filk mercer in On Thurfday At CroydoiL Jofepb of the i6th Ijjaacy of A Qe of the Strand Grocer nephew Sir to MHs Anne of the daaghters and the lam Samuel in the eoifnty ef At Jqfhn to Mifs Rofe Slide of Edwacd in at Fogeri wife of iti ton Garden On Tau ri day fe at Croydon in J Hn in Southwarkf On Thurify Jtf lodg in tKc johnFoI formerly a Merchant of t HIS city A fow days agor at apurtmenlS Mer chaat of On hisfeat as in At Truro in Richard Efqj Member in Parliament for Bail Looe in tbat coun late Counfellor to the and the Duchy of Auditoiandifow of the Directors of Greenwich Attjorney General to the and one of the Benchers of the Middle Linejidraper ac mother of Car of Queen The of MONDAY September From GAZETTE of 59th regiment of Philip Baggs to be vice Benjamin Bromhead by Alexander Bair to be vice Philip Baggs by Samuel of to at GuiUballi John ef in viRiialler and ca to lurrender at Guild D I V I D E N D 5 to be of haber ar Ott Thomas of Vine ia Oft 9 James of iipidary and button at the in of Bir pawnbroker and at ho Dolphiiij in to be Edward of of William of MoaJay as a fon of at waa nfing a paper for the n going fell a above the 60 feet the wound about his but providentially ceived no other hurt than a bruifela che jy the power of the kite was brought out ag ive are is a real fa8 The place where the Chan of the Tartars i rounded by the Ruffian we are a were he was blocked up by a b that were fent ia porfuit of hlm i   

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