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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - January 5, 1771, London, Middlesex jn f Price TWOPENCE A T U p U j xsi To tkcK A R C H A T H A M My OPPRESSED at homej and infulted the people lookup to excellentmen ia in times likethe and vote for an infulted Warm as I may have been as ypflrpa I own to my indignation rofe at rur declaration concerning tho will not bat the prefent juncluie may call for nch exertion of power But can iriy Or make the law Perhaps it had never been difputedby the patri otic my fo far from differing that I fubfcrjijej jieajtily fit withstanding your Lordflups againft i J You have faid you receive intelligence froin the public papers my would have told that before even the dow the royal was thefe cruel an4aroitrary not a man trfhiiipaiutywiflicel here curtain over ajll he cruelties and oppreflions with which are treated SttEdward my has to the fervice that he the commojn feeling of nity brought bpprcfles them but fucjbL a I leive to the foirVe abler advocatethan Hot the wee pf whole advocate you I ant wilfini to unconstitutional my if evehyice to cniel revenue on the hepo of out they words 6 torn outthenejJt firings tof inrrcyArougTi this land Jiews not her hiftbry of this fofe what villain T Kut mui trepabje arniiaudder One thanks in Sir Ed the jycpence cfWsdrwn and the laws of humility j Hs kftd a by cviSotfs and Rrongeft perverts the laws and jaftice his My the people join ap noble ipirit which reigns in Lord wiflb P O R T I U MY Yon hear is the Of Glydn Sawbridgei and Dunning Its the time now OrJnever Ta yourfelf Or elfe theyll be for you too J befeech you look On deeds horrid black I As a I mean now to direct For theyll no reafon to If they by the theyll Each aft of your Since youve worn that black Has been bafenefs and fordid oppreffion And now it is faid You will furely be Toanfwer for evry Our laws youve You haye Een jour friends point all agrees etj more than the Yoa have Almon By laft and moit wicked decree Pray feek fome Youll need it of As your trial will foon be ac For fear of a Some more records f lave precedents quick at Cra your my I talkd of a Forgetting to whom I addrefsd For to pay due Were I to The axe I be the Aliiermtn Wilkess tropvftiig to take the licences from public houjts that entertain my friend and ftill Ihew thV in fcrnng the members ofFarringdon Behold O ye yoar hopes he Not a Scot in your in your and wet to the Wot a finner to ferVe them one fpoonful of gin For he fince HE found it fo dangrous a No Effay ffn Wotian by ret ihalj SAT OR fi A Tj December 26 great uomber of bills of exchaoe in thk of foi4 up b atd foirievfcroke o chiinneys wete blown 5 Brtwie i Lord IJucie of rn d Kis heirs j in which attack Mjfii Wide under the tftree Dfthe fiords otthc tobe in hji Mijeftys iriar and ffirecfang th a Wdjif to me ss their Soficitor on adf the Rulers have ulers have my tntfofehti in fach fflifcbt jproper tolajrMfore flbeir t Phiiipand ing upon thirivtr of other thatrfanycerr Innately and fcimj or in the timt of into and after fucfr time of preffing JtstoverpAftv mall return again to the faid river of Thames torpw and that duly he or they f qfleoding hall fuffer two weeks and be tiniftied from rowing on the faid tiver for one year then next lalfo that by Pjtrliaineht made the fth and yth years of the of intituled an aft for the encourage and for the and fpeedler manning her Majeftyk it among other things enafted to the fpUow Jflg effecl Tbatjh fcafe fuch a number of Water arid Wherrymeii as the Lord High or any three or more of the Coramiffioncrs for executing theOfficeof Lord High Admiral of England fojF ike from Ume to notice to the Company of there feallbeopcaAon ferve her her Heirs and duly fummoned bynoticeln writing by the ComBany within days after fcch hall not ap pear before the Ruleri of Me Taid to befent on board her MajeftV fuch perfon or perfons fo and being Aajl fufer one months aha tiedifabled frpm on the ri ver Thames for the fpacejof two This being the fubftance of the laws now I appreherid the faid Rulers are or juftified by any order of Council to or confine any men rowing or workingupon the rarer in order to their being diipofed on of his Majeftys their LordJhips lammoft fully that the Rulers of the Watermen and LightarmeiiV Companyj be ever ready to fljew every token of duty aod allegianceto this prefent fety and tlie of The Watermens Company are pow applying to in order to have their voluminobs under which they arenow uced into one aft in and reduced inro one acti in plication they hope for the oi their Lordihips to avoid the diftreiles eccafjoiard by preffing and I am dire the RuIersWJJt rimes ready to attend and give their andfhoald not unworthy their Lord jhipV notice to demonftrate that fueh difafereeal It ord I 5four moil obedient Mumble OpThurfday Sir Charles lately Chief Prefident of baipreftof out with familyiforPe by way of to take on him that ti f Speedwell to is ftraadedai The catfo and crew Mi the T toot be got off ge Was thV which s feeing r3Jb Lord dea in Tirs eTfoteV by his EfiyHfee orefeat Member ied ai liijgnber pt Parliament Bfidwin ent Sf the Bruiflv F Wilmhire faUy proprietors of certpa proceeds aot only fromthe the falariesof its Din that this meafure is maceihe haViug has made a further at 27 per tiie jftii of Prizes of in the Bt the in fame in John aged Wiflugi ia the Merchants The fanie AlliDgton Wfldej EtqjTriBter in He years fince fined for the of Sheiiffof Frfcetsbrn rraftrcife of the taken thcjlue Jij H E w 2 Thfc fJanatr toaflofWri tnj Si T7 Majaly s and Three j and Amityt AryivecTaBd JiileJfortlie MIC R JS At Leghorn from Nfcwfc At CivitsuVecchia Brinfh At Maeybind At FUmouMv torn Ac Dartmouth At Hilfonfc Black from Jamaica and froaj At Diver from javnalqa from December Frem the LONDON GAZETTE of Dec 21 On Weaneidayjaft being the dayappointedfor chrtftening the tCE of rtwir Serene andRbyalrlignneflesthe Prince ceremony was per with bleninit inthe Great Gharehof this The yoong was hanra4 Wilhefniina j nad the honoot theKing ef Grot the King of and their Mightiryfl The Prince vf Grange e in a called i wiioh wa his Serene t ofthe of provi that the from ucrTexpenfive their afiejaion expfefli ag has de t might and their kjivit with tte free gifVoiTtheir con to the newbprofrbiceTs J wiicH amount ta ttpwwa of ftorirfs yearfy fdr her liffinjTfBaw Tiii JI to furrenJer at Sid 23V awPbwp JSoriothi f i u wj Soon after the holidays many ii will be made thcLfiwef Reo according to notice Burke is to movefof an to as well as for bil Mrv AldermaiVTownfend ealpfthtf twojail acYs lifcewifetfbfthe refcinflnig oftHrel Houfe of ComlribnSj which ftdentbers in oT Mh the freedom of istorepewhismotibnon jeaofthe the Loweritooat irorn she Upper And Serjeant Glynn is to JncelTantly 611 the Right of Juriejf is and till an pie it madeof the who has violated Extraft of a Itftlrjfrcxi a in tit bit 11 As fdon as the of iKe de Choiieal was made known in thh capicali cori ilernation was vifible in the faces of alt tiefehft Spon rage and on being was appointed to Thepeoplelan in crouds qo the which on this cryingont for the removal of fiicK a The Parliament hath difpaicichejl fcme of thefr officers to all their different boidies to invite them to join uhaabnotmy in making moil humble tft fTvs Wa jefty If th4 King not doubted bat KA happy circpmftsnce if fhe knows how to mare an advantage It is that tfafe rwo were the perfon the 3uke will be divided de Brpdipis departrpent of war and de NoaillearfiBr raign in the room of de f The Scotch wno was the Miniftry to fucceeti to one of the fixr choice now ties BrpaSalbane Lord We the ScotCfl in lieu rjf his claim to olle of tbe fifteen Peers of wHl be an Englj A It is faidi that thtf Vouchers m the ifanis of a who Has Hfely 4kreirafficient to grfiondan impeachment agsinit feven per fons of high The froru DankJrt to Bour deaux and is loll near RodieileVfhe Captain and two or thret ortae peOpte are t Jpfeph and Jttdahjt of Ro bert onihe iStfc1 laftant onrvthe Home in oveffet and went to The pink of Thomas bound to London with was
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