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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - February 16, 1771, London, Middlesex A A L A A Price TWOPEMCB S A I1 U FEBRUARY i69 i i i RuqemSer him the rigbteeia fa great day of vengeance tray idnM bis perkiciatu pride of Would flunge bis native si IT is a maxim in that lie who breaks the fubjefts himfelf to the worftof tbnfe Under merit you merit this as not degraded your as a but fallen from that tank of humanity and refpeft which the ifauiefti when an undoubted claim I forefee the excufes you have made to your own as well as thofe which may be echoed by your ihat ybu done more than what has been done and this purpofe the and many other of equally will raked up to defend you yon rntay tarry the example in a more general and arraign the country that gave for defeaion to their unfortunate Charles 4 But recrimination will njjyer juftify a bid The highwayman the fcfler culprit was he to urge the freagency of ae an extenuation of his would that they i enly exaggerated hit ffence and that therman who could not take naming from the unhappy example of was no objeft of legiflinve for yea Jtndt the of their Cab to kl Ynifir1 n liigh ever might have fptr enrich There a not fay when United withhonouf received people hailed yoffas 4 Who would then Jjive left batten on a thoujjl none fee ful and for dipii yet was found f to yfjffigood yojir coffejfc The Dasijiutoj of Corruption this bias your minjfcianti in the of ava wjth the jyfue You was and did Exajted or rather let me calif degraded as you are into ypn imagine ypurfelf the of me whifper in your Contempt alike reaches the palace and the cottage and there are fome fitu where the lowly tenant of the latter holds a fuperior rank in nature to the How can you then expeft to be thought hearty in any or treated with any thu loft to the confidence of mankind How Jiituents place any dependence on a one moment condemns am the laws of hb next accepts an office that according to the cerrupted fyftem of Court politics binds him to fupport it How can any future client repofe on you as when forewarned by he knows you abjecl to corruption can with any approach the fanclaary of our thus vitiated and degraded f Thefe public afts of inde pendent of you in the eftimarion of all in prefent party you efpoufe for however they may love the who can cherifh the trpitar As if your character was defigned to be rldi as well as there are Tome for the benefit of future mock patriots that im tnoveably fix it fo and thefe are thec fpeeches you have lottfy rtadt in favourof con trafted with thofe you art to favour of Thefe happy counterparts will fix the zra qf your revelt with more all the punftilio of yoar biographer and will not only let pofterity at one the unjbaken fidelity of a bat enrich the voca I R E L A N The Lord Primate has pointed the Right WorlhipfulvThomas Efq and Jndge pf the CpnfiftoryCoari of Vicar the diocefe of vacant by the deathof the late L O N D N d R T H E R N C I R V U I Lord and Juftict City of Yorkf March at Guild hall that eifyr the fame da aHheCaftle 6f at the Caftle of Henry Haflard is appointed Cap tain of a troop in the or Rejal regiment of in uie room of B Qa paffed the Great appointiog Admiral Holbourn Governor of Green with Extrf8 Letter from from Ar Bayof in abooc aSpanifii pet VjWithfoorfwivelgonf and about 18 wentte an iflanii in the Bay called burnt feveralfaaH and car Tied oifa uoder that theEnglifh and Mr and vicar of Lj ham reftory near of Windfor with but re ExtraS if a letttr Jrtm ftirtfmoutbt ftb Prinoef 1 We daily Tpe mips tbtfare ordered for flieathing goen the lineon the new goon Jiis Ihip of go Reyali thuwill be a very fine flup Is MajeftyA iriUnaia u potting in pro Sandwich of 90 guns it get artificers worltfiill very diligent and very bulary of R E G U L U February Yejlcrdqy arrived the mails from Holland and We learn from that a fire broke out which continued burning three days Convent of Theatins was de ftroyed and the Palace was near fuffering the fame Among the many difaftm attending this terrible they lament that of the which confuted of above and a coflfide rable number of fcarce They write from that the French have reftored all the efFedh that had been confiicated under the preceding Govern They have published an eJifl efta blifhing the ufe of ftamped but have dimi niflted a zoth of the impofts of the prefent as a The nephew of Count Marbosuf is going to raife a new regiment of Corncans they have efiablimed a Militia alfo but will gram no more paflports to the who want to to the Jan We hear that the reafon of thr embargo which has been laid an all the hips in that 3000 men might be cranlporuJ tu where 9000 are already A Swthead 26 fhips ef the The Dolphin from laft from The of North Brown with Coalsfor on the 20ch beat her off on the coaft of and by the Violence of the wind and weather was driven over to the Flemifli where the veffel founder ed j the crew were taken up and carried intoOftend by a The following is a copy of the of the ed the Friends of held on the Standard Tavern That the of the friends of dp thorongly ap of the conduct of John Elq and think him te their warmeft for his continued attention to the public welfare that the thanks of this faciety be returned to Ser jeant for his fteady perfeverance in thecaufe public and for bis regard to this teftified by Yefterday the Court of Kings Bench naffed fen tence on the late Deputy for aiTaulting in the Kings and fined him only Yeiterday morning John Serjeant of the grenadier company the Royal was brought to the bar of the when Lord Mansfield fuouned up the whole of the caufe by which it that the prifoner had been three times aflfaulted by the and violently thrown backward upon a withontany turned one of the and called by the raoft opprobrious J names and that when oat in the ftreet he wu purfued and attacked bytwo before he offered to draw his fword from circumr ftanceshe appeared only to be guilty of aianflaugh The Court were unanimous in the fame opi and the Serjeant was ordered to be burnt in the hand behind the Richard Burton Efq Lieutenant Coldnel of regiment of dra goons and he is fucceeded as Major in the faid regiment by Edward George in the room of Haf Wilbraham Major in the fixth regiment of who is fucceeded as Captain of a company in the faid regiment by John John Efq Quarter Matter to the royal regiment of horfe John Efq of the 4jd regiment of at Quen John of Red to Mifs Elizabeth Har daughter of the celebrated John Har of Red Lion at Mary le Jofeph Efq to Mils Elizabeth both of that The nth at the Marquis Chamberlain to King of author of the Jewiih At in Efq formerly a mer cbant at clerk to the Arrogant maa of bpokfeller ip at in a widow in Greek Lewis late a woollen but had retired from in Adam Efq a Well India The fame in Boltpri John Baddifton formerly in the royal The after a Angering William under turakey of the Bench S H IP N E February Remain his Majeftys ftomney Wind blows AtXJampvere from At Tingmouth Lovely from Sebaft At FT Creek fwm Aiieant At Danmouth Elzabeth and Worth At Porttinonth from M O N D A February i i the LONDON 9 This day the Right commonlycalled Lord Vifcpunt t had honour to kifr the en being appointed Vice Chamberlain to bis Court at tbe 6th day of LiiV Tic KINGa Moft Excellent MAJESTY in r day the Right John Montagu corn called yffcottnt Hiachtnbrook ViceCham of hisMajeftys and Sir William Lord Chief Juilice of his Ma Common byhisMa d fwbrn ofiiis ttoft Ho ie and took their places at theBoard by his Majefty in Coun for the year Sir of Bart Charles of Thomas of Fingeft John of Armathwaite John of Bolfworth Carafe and Hunt of Trumfiing John of of Elford John of William of Charles of Ilford of George of Sir of Daniel oj Mere Efq Lebbeos Humfrey of Kibwoith David Field of tle Sir of Conrton William of Nottingham of Oifordfc of Netner Thomas of Jofeph of Thomas Coward the of Thomas of John Frefton of of Eafl Thomas of Sir of Lemington Edmund of William Langham of Ramf Sir of Burton SOUTH Marmaduke of of Lewis of of of Charles of NORTH Paul of Plas Rice of Coed John of Thomas of John of Daniel of to forrender March Abraham cf furrender March at Cromptoni coffeehoBfe in James of in furreadr March at Berlous coffeehoufe in Lyon of Mile and Solomon of Peter merchants and to fuwender Feb March at Jofeph of paper to furrender March at Nicholas to furrender March at George of Allhallows to furrender March at John of to furrender March at Charles of to furrender Mann at to be March Thomas of Bun ia mer at March Peter Le of Weft at at March John of at CERTIFICATE to be Marcb Robert now or late of the parifft ef within the liberty of L 6 N D O On Saturday acommiffion paffed the Great Seal for appointing the Earl of Upper Lord Lieutenant of the county of ExtraS of a letter from I be The laft letters Vienna confiryn the ac counts we have received from that there is no longer any jfigpsjof accdm plimiog a peace and the Grand as thst Court of life df afioredtdbeas i t The liberty ef a free navigation in t Black Theceffion aU forsiiferi The indepeiKtance of who longer to be fubjed to the Ottomap aftj The cei5qnof and however the Rqffians do bqt of ia jieif own but will fljem to tw6 ithrtrfa Kincels not i went of 20 millions of tables rbtmbiirie Rnfians the cxperxd theyhaVe been at ofthe preftnt r Thefe demands perated Grand dUdaittj dfltetaitte and to command his army TJbefii letters addf that three to bforaied neact arid te between Btdeji a the of it is is of betttreen 40 and a proporti onable train of ardflery fram parent that the Emprefs Quein has tantftroke in isnot Boon the of the Houfe oh Toeftfay 474 Members west and anfwifed tq ii were abfent and ordered to attend day 49 conld not attend on account of illnefa 19 were had not yet taken their feats fince their elec 558 The number of of the Houfs of Extraff ofalttttrfrom Lord to dated Jvmets ae ts His cannot under a conven that fatisfaajcn to wfiich he his fojoliatithj without entering into any engagements to proctute The idea oflils Majcllys becoming a ing upon this isintirely fottfealCo forj having received an manded the tnoft mcSierrfe repaiatioo of that in jury niS honour will permit him to tHt repanttoo iu if it is to be and to be obtained by any Itipuktion whaifoevtr on the part of Alderman Hartey promifed the Miniftry an addrefs tBc approving of the late infamous convention with The 5 1 ft and 6iA regiments of have re ceived orders to embark for together with the fecond batSfoon of the royals to relieve three regiments on duty that are foonex pefted Amongfl the many admoniticns given by the late vVhitefield to the it is wiftied one may not be in Lord Clare ap plied by letter to for hisintereft at Briftol in his Lordfliips previous to the laft general good man an fwered that he never interfered in temporal but would earneftly exhort hw Lord fhip to labour to make his own fpiricual calling and election A correfpondent has fent us the following ordinary article of intelligence The plan of which was done at thecxpence of for the private purpofes of and for more has been paid lately to the heirs of the deeeafed has been with in thefe few very privately delivered by the Premiers Secretary into the of Stewart who has a perfon how employed in copying does the fate of this pub lic work deferve enquiring into An the legVflature fhould be to under a fevere monopoliesof corn of any and a cOnfiderable reward to toe informer and another to oblige the farmer to keep two years at one in his pof feffion but with thefe that proper judges be appointed to examine the ftatt of the country in harveft after Calculation the quantity and goodnefs of the produce in ge to ftipuhte a price proportioned to the plenty or fcarcity of the fo as to encourage the farmer by a reafonable and prevent extor tion on the public for on the fame principle that bread b raifed or lowered in the by the rate that wheat at fo may wheat be regu lated in the price according to the goodnefs of the years Lifcewife a granary to be eftablilhed by a fund to be raifed for that a recep tacle for the remaining furplus of grain above the public in a plentiful feafon on the other as a fupply to the people in time of Extra8 of letter from the Having a few moments to my pen to inform you of an accident which happened a hort time agp at a gentleman of had a negro tor whom he had a particular re named butwho happening to do fome ehtng to difpleafe Hall had floggeij him this irritated the with fome more of his broke into Halla and having ftabbed him in many left him for The negro then canfed an in other and again entered his mailers room Hall hearing him had the prefeoce of mind to bloody his own and lie as if Sandy then came near him with a and putting it to Halls faid be would fee if he was Hall bore it for fome but was at laft forced to upon which the villain gave him fome ou
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