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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - January 26, 1771, London, Middlesex f R S A Price TWOPENCE SAT U fi i VtV To the P RINT E IS I F Sir Edward Hawke had followed the advice jL and his he not been difeonourable necelBty very it fa going to be employed againft the foreign enemies of To be left in em after Chatham aridCamden lad retired jrto continue in company with and HilHborottgh and at lafl to be Weeded by Lord are circumftaroepsTtoodjfgraceful to admit of aggra It in the diftrefles of a bravo mfin and noble eftate reputation fhouW be in debts of contracted by fhaifiwfc His God blefs has tow got rid of every Whofe former fervices or fcru could be fuppofedlo give to OF The fecnrity of our cml and reli gious liberties cannot more happity provided ttan white Lord Mansfield prbntwnces the and Lord religion of S Jch law jind fachrehgiOfl are too clofely to a momentary inter vention common honelly between Her Royal Highnefsj fchepe of formed long before Her huibuids accom She has in disuniting every difTolvinjr every connttton andj by the mere influence of the fqrraed an fuch as it our of the refufe of them Thereire two leidingprincipies in the polities which will account for rnoft meafaresof fitice Xingrs The that the preroga tive fs fufltcienttp a Lackey a Prime Mi and to in without any regard the welfare or to the fecond infignificant in or of 4KouId be brought Men greater confequence and have opinions of heir and will not fubmit to the ambition of who crafps at the hazard of her Jons will not fuffer meafures cf poblic which have been refolved upon xn to be checked and coatrcmled by a fecret iaftuence in the Such men confe quently will be called but in cafes of extreme When that they find their places no longer To anfwer the otaat mateiiaTt no connexion with each BO pcrfonal no or confederation with the may fepacateV depend upon the fmiles of the Crown for their advancement to high and for their continuance If fuch men refill die Princefs Dowagers hb Majefty knows that hemay difmifsthem cat rifquing any thing from their His wifdoro foggefts te him if he were to chopfe his MinirWrs for ofthpfe which might entitle them to public the nation might take part with and refent their dif As it whenever he his Ser he is to have the in that in of his I love and refpeft our gracious Sovereign too much to fuppofe it that be fhould be any thing more paffiye in forming and fuppon ing fuch afyileih of govern men tj and even this acquiescence of befl of am ready to attribute toa moll amiable implanted in and cultivated by duty and obedience fo his dear in the we to have notning to complain but the filial virtues of our Sovereign tbeFirft had the fame his but his worthy parent was in her It were to be Hat the paralfel held good in all the In refpeft I mall deliver my fentiments wuhout any falfe tendernefs or I cdnfiJcr1 her only as be original cre ating caufe of the fhameful depjorable tion of this but as a being wjjofe opera tion is uniform and permanent with a kind of providential over the work of to and pre fccve ttrongeil appearances maybe re lied dus Lady now irqught to offite in Government is filled with who are known to be her or kynjfre incapable of Is con ceivable that an lefs than Determined plan of drawing tfee whole power or the Crown into her own could have collected fuch an adminiSrarion as the is fon of a poor unknown four years ago was a needy of the TreajTury for thebenefit of a and who woold have accepted a commiffion of hackney Coaches upon the fame The politics of Carl ton picked in Gren vdles and the elocution of a De morthenesj endeavouring to fpeak plain with peb blei jinJiis form the luffing of that calls rtfelf that does homage to the Princefs and I aai yotir The ftagewas deprived tf a promifing when poor Lord Hillfbprough gave his mind to Yet his theatrical talenu have been of tife to his The Princefs Dwager faw what part this man was capable oraflingj and with regard to but littlewhe ther he represented or Setrctarybf State at ft is not pretended that Lord Rochfords abili ties are of Yet from a ebarge Hiret at the all powerful eliding hand railed him to be Secretary The Prin cefs Dowager better than we what this noble ma The public onijrkBowi thai Jie is a mate in the deftkute of in and To do he has negative qualifications that conlHtwe firm merit at Carlton The of third Secretary is nptyal pofed Publicfufpidion trieva1 by her H0yali Prtttyman ctft cant very near welter Such a pair ofaSont enemies at lead wilrHugl iJut thii young man fliall be Jeftipf abler It requires no vulgar pen to do juf tice to fuch a ftrain of monfeous Why isTthaC wretched creamre Lord main tai ned in Is it not umvetfaliy that and of that man have raised the KingsatFairiin land the poKticai dependance of ancatoneaed be ingv without any hope of fappprtf pro1 teetionjof Lord Why Becaufijthereis aa hrfigGtifieant who has no chance of ontittMngm the rewSifeftr a but by making tiipifel ther ment through which the Princfefs of every vamable commiflioninr the Why ha we not a Mafter General o nance f Becaufe the gentieGtintMgy knows how to be as pliant as u Why is there no Ghaftcejlor Partly becaafk is a convenience in bribing four of the Judges with the andpartiybfe cauft no man of credk in the prgfefionnvill mil to aS with the preleat infamouiradiniuiftri What merit has Lord Halifax oppofition his legefor years togethereto the laws of his Ce in private andpoverty inthe Why is the King fb fond of having Briftol abovt bis It the duties of the noble office had a clofer connexion with the as ufually I ihould underftand and admire hijattention in licate a compliment to his The laft qiKJtion I would aft by wbat Of feryiceor ability the EarlbfSandwich is guifted f Pro tuurioii and poverty may bs in other andappearances faved by cent formality of behaviour The choiceand pre jf united may uitwettedongliwith tQefubftatttfal pnr pofes but how does itcottfift with ths hypocritical rfecojum of Whatopinfen to entertain the acdjntenity of the beft in the and of all he takes fuch a man at Sandwich to his bofom us hear no moreofthe piety of talk of morals or in fuch is a fcan dMOtis infult to common and a ftill more fcandalous mockery of The Princefs Dowager having now carriedher plan of into it is not be wondered that me ihsuld be very unwilling tbex pofe herfelf and1 her fchemes to the uncertain of a foreign She knows that a difaf ter abroad would not only defeat the cunning plan of female avarice and but that it might reach farther mothers of our Kings have heretofore been impeached and if the precedents are not fo compleat as they Ihould they require PUB will admit of To maintain thisLady in her prefent flateicf power and there is no no indigni te which the King ofBritain mult not however which die King and the nation muft not accept of withoot this point howeverher1 cunning forfikes and her Miniftersdeceive themfelves if they imagine that any ceffiopscan fecurepeace with ed open may difgrace the may dishonour her andto perfuade him forfeit his precedenceamongthe SovereigBS of The man who receives does not return it whether he be a King or apri vate per fon from that moment itands degraded from this natural rank and If he be a his infamy I am ready to that were two nations upon the are peaceably there js a degree flighty and ill and even of for the fake of may andought to be diflembled intended infult muft always be To jflattefuuTielycs that the ration of Spaniards will be propertibned to out or becaufe we have fubmitted tarnely will therefore avoid fering as a wouJd be arguingin contra diction to all rcafon and If Falkland Ifland had never the rancour of the Spiti ards would not have difcover itfetf in fome other mode of Their whole fince the acceffion of Philip isatoeti nued proof of a rooted antipathy to of Englifhmeni and by a fcriesofin difputable in affirmine that ftom the treaty of Utrecht to this there has never been a fmgle inftance of common juftice or much cordiality or in of the Madrid towards this Lord Sandwich declared a month in full Par that Gibraltar was a place of no and afterwards the Princefs Dowager makes him Secretary of Whoever compares the fale of Dunkirk with noble pisns muft be very much of a Sceptic if he entertains any doubt about the fate tffGibral But neither nor even that of would be fufHcieot to produce a foiidjief manent union with may defpiie 4is but they will never hate us ii1 nianagement inftead it little 31 perhaps have JJ i V1f iiia leatj government in time of peace lude in maoner ihe jfte4a flie hecoutdJiardly nations Bore forward aj the di e tp expecl but difgrace and t i t w pfcUjrpVTNar named ComnMfndftdt Ge wtite frpm that ihe Court determined on thfedltnljttiiUon of Jthe its The Without acpainting the hO Nv D Afmiral Afon CogHnander hi WWys er Arrived at tfwibayirft Ufh offiflyv Eemonti and fpekewrth ip in nine Degree the tta The ntiihe the ffitto and the GreeA arrived at of fookc with the Latham and Vanfittart irf her paf fage f But the advices do not merTiioti or in what The from Dunbaf andHull to was totally loll on the 5th on Hap piiborough Sands The crew were Mark Efq is appointed Major in the jzd regiment of foot and Abdy Mawy Efq is of a company in the iaid regi ment in his Ob the clofing of the poll at the WifcdmotehehUt Brides for the of a the numbers for Peachy 458 for Hurft The Duke of has made the Duchefs jointure equal to tcvooL he aifo bequeathed tp her Grace all her and entirely her own diffiofaU he has lefther the ufe of Bfoomfbury iHrnjfliedas it is at acd alfo Woo burnhoaTa and pa during He has left hit the now Duke of per annum till he arrives at the age of fifteen at a year tillhear age of eighteen at which1 period that income is to be to per which he is to receive till he comes of To each of his other twagraodfons hehas leftan an nJjity for life pf He has eft hit widow forty To Richard Efq he has left the fum of 6ooof Yeilerday about four in the afternoon a fire broke out at a Cornchandlers houfe in which confumed the fameand greatly afl It at the back part of Repofitoryr near ofjan auciion which put In fuch a confufion that all the andfurniture were Notwithstanding fevere reft there was plenty of water by means oTthe mains being fttfosfrs warrtried at the Old two of whom were capitally a for of a wip rn the navigable river the or Backhoufc and Ami forbutgrarioufly break ingppen the dtwHinghoufe of Rachael in Catherinewheel White and Healing a filk and cotton feveral other The following were convicted to be Johrj Solomon William Paul Ann Bo9tbian4 Frances Blundell was of Healing a quantity of affixed to the free bold of Chafe and to be burnt in the Matthew vvascon victed of ftealinfr a fwivel value the pro perty of five were The William to the vicarage of in Wofcefttrfliirei vacaM by The George reftory of in void fiarbntti tobe Preacher at IhftFrench Chapel in the at ill the room of late V i d Eli2abechr Suriiarn r PenzJroce D to furrfend JCirnan to Thomas to Brbf d 9 PetcrFraocjs IMtonce i Mcndcs PtefcoEftre Fieldii je A furperifidh Of arms he ingj has been brotro atiori of our Coarti his op cwamandjaf their On Tijoday LondComnnffioner rfrom LordOup to SeatsV after expreffing the moft graceful mafk of idtiiinetlaccipiing Lord North 11 r to name i his Bathuril wasj in hTs a Vj to 61 hould wait upon Lord ing ExtraS of a letterfrom ttie Our iait accountsirlLjlt its haviing quitted to Port chUf reafon which Couiftui1 is aidtobebisWnt JtRrsj frord ObltAantinlbpIe tKaf i Signiqr basjecaHed the Graud Vizir and a but if fucceed hirniihhis though it j of a leitttfrtm C a letter to the Cfficers of juick jiifSa in fceathingfiis fti which in therefore thobgit it Bece the which was day flo6n afthe Call Thef is logon the an at thefame from the in thVzCth regimeficof foot Efq luccjedsfcirn as liantin the Gfleral of that is appointed ftall Norths batlcr Stanhope of x areno letters from ill Aerei and tlxafcflitje capitally Dahiel j V who had employed x ft The following were convifted to be the pjdpercy John Robert aad Rkhard
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