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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - June 1, 1771, London, Middlesex iirtjfik tefc lS i li SfcSJ 8llf 1 i v fiQtoi li i Jurte beenfefond No or GLXXYL of the nothing of EngUmnian is ciorc tenacious the nodajsiaiuiexcd Englifli Liberty ror any which to a icignermdre i the j he isfoon withShe arrCtocracies and to fhis happy as to a land flowing Here he to live at ius junder the protedion of wcfn from the peculiar polineal to lay him imderACseflUy as in otliet oi feekin patronagefromthe atl as ttttiizigcattdtjbe tights of his n And indeed thishe may i but he cannot chs fcjr aogijiring wealth hejwilliwi ilicltiacBe ge his cc tolerable to bring wita hint omnipotent magickcan reconcile to his thishe jus team oat day in his led he is Jhbtiizuid times the Banes highway and uhiverfal jadTttpon him to mend it Be notdifyfcays unfeisUflMBB laJfcafwith bat wilfully nedcKsto ail every government is rich and independent five it may prove to of people in which the adjuration of die laws is tijs moft iummary and and its decrjuw mott ealily the denifcUf at tune It Vcem lhat hovruin is fo final itBtdecifivc by the form of and determined according To a freeman is to fedoce him ttate of po which is in all the which of England are tL ble of any other wider the fhejr laborious fubiefts ifc It is uldally gined diat die1 and populace or oniw countries are to than the It hot A a German Baron or Spaniflt mand the a congee4 orany other mark of but nd Byettdie Grand Mbnarquc himfelf Bras nothing given him bnt vine If Not afannerKnds iis team oat a day in his barhe 5 has1 bee4nai4 rrjewwient to the ttQufe of cafe tf dut called to to founded ral dwt fo ribt power If Indeed apparent to be openly w tie Rings dominionsj eifcept prdftittttcd ieat fere forfeited by to day leave wHich belong to the naftife of Htill be held iacred at Oxford j let dieif ftitution be fumcient to content ihenlfiSVes We would rather ithe we will have though at qf Sure of all the phrafes whicha blind a red anceftry has entailed bat wilfully neglcas to ail te the and enduresia raiher ton labour for his ovto profit becaold we government demands a proportionable Is this theeafe widi Englilhmen Qggreffia as they are with taxes more than any the individual renews his induftry on impoJj of every new and labours die itiore propofdbn as he gains Indeed he in a ner compelled ta do this or ftarve man js n a cbmown or a common are wli3 woajd Went tt truth 6f ttiled it aficmr eople TCc people e rcu sot a lacrecl for ancient the mir confpicuous will lave l UM and barittrot Con Wfticft wiJkmly avoided by iuperitittous jfli uftens on apace when that duitacle js dierefbrc unjoJl to that the of their mare in the itu prdent Houle of governed by e mcaiutc tney contributca ix in contemplation of liich conilitutioii jqade capable beiag f 1hey arutircd of tne nion ty df the Kinjja who pre themoft tiieffiriErteftt1 that offocred Sacred raight as well receive a ciirreilcy io 3cr Mouths It is upon the tftrooe tiff wJioj in the examples which he inay give of itae is4 diat heis not filiely to be fby his They indeed wobld lent foils to ivorft of Princes So fir his jefty has been well adviicdio hischolce j We can at IcaU difcern fame tracts But off with that ftlfe of the magiftracy we and not the cf die is nodiing facred upojir The perfdhs of men are upon a Thd and every have rdlpcci whca they arc intituled to k and whetfthey tKc ean Sttertothofe fieceftties tad hfr muft be of a pa triotic fpiriuindeed who can lathe frecdom of his while he finds himfelf fubjeftea to all the circumftances of abjeft in themidft of his countrymen exulting in the nap pinefs they enjoy in a land of The andcnt made exaftjy the fame boaft as the modern nations lays Cicero AAJK V iiithelike crrcamfencesin other fUffftl J f t The die of the ancient Romans and are very poucflcd many hundered thoufand to labour lor the general and perform the menial oflices of Theiewere not numbered among the Roman citi who laid claim to the vaunted privilege of liberty and yet without Ac affittance of thofe flavcs it would have been impoffiblc torKoman liberrytohave iupported effSeviverf Htvoivi was the ftoieal definition of adapted by Cicero but it would XU VXlV The is no where fo M asf in this Bat die French wear woodenflidesj and woodcnfloa go ahd Libertyt and jlffinity If thegeafant In tar barcfootwitiout tiaa while having loaded his leather like a hories left his labour fhodtt ni fihd hiin drags them after or plods his weary More jaded than theheafts he drives before But wooden hoes are no badges of The Dutcli boor wears nor dunks it any impeach ment to his republican pint or the freedom of Va Yet were I do not fay that the fopulace ofmdft European nations are ndt flavesj only affirm they are fo in a lefs degree thanEn glimnien of the fame condition and diat becaufe neidier their cuftoms nor laws oblige them to la bour in the fame degree and with die fameiinre 1 l n I but of the calumniated without ifjias been Approved of andTipplalidetL tiey ttoSFoity mifle fdabofitioft of ionf of perfons ttiled more that fk4UlW V they oaee an attempt 15 loil their thould not be the reward of It is not a crime K King is anAyerable to the people for trajjaof right ofpcritionj and that tbwef of and eipuJaon cftablifhcduvthe fiiupf tie aregrounded cpon dils fbiiridaftioni Is ir therefore to be that vthen tiA title to refpefi is the filiMT arrirtpnrt tnfcnarali jjlW JMUI aje accidents Look arpirndthe and you will the truth of There is but one way regab the of the Befl cf Princes Rcilorp It may be a painful heart to Itroberly ooy to give ap the fchdJfeSpf his But it tnuft mittcd induftry for The drones of fociety are no where fo burthenfome to the rndu1 mean anJ ftrious bees as in England how dlen can the latter our oni7 i t 1 1 The naticnce of theEnglifh nation in fubmjt thigttir which would not have endured in deipotk is very mamfeft from The people here are as loyal as they arc brave and by loyalty is meant in the only true lenfe of rhe word an attachment to merit by of freedom which pre vails part of this conttitution Itill whijpers by what ever hand our rights are in In dcfpotic countries there is no demand of j by The patience of an Eng ghlhman is honourable when he waits the decifton of becomes pl uu aw AV to be governed by a mean and that is placed beyond his ecoines cowardice a crime j or at leollt MiayZfyi French Arms are and there is no fcruple on die j beta Can itb fcid other fuppcrtcd by authonty it adopted 4110 PF UUL IL m uuu poffibleforthtmdividualsofapopulouscornmunitylpurpofe than to labour for conye to remain lone freeto live as dicy and aaiufement of are not their their so flaves to exempt them from the drudgery I flaves If they are I know not the meaning S procuring the conveniences of It the The dependent and objervtd by in many circumftances flaves to the indepcndeut greats nam of civil men cannot prefervc their oxvn Ubcrty but by infringing that ofdthersi and in which acitizen canhot be perfectly free without aggl avatirig the fubittlion ofhis ttavcs as was par ticukriy the cafe of A profpeft of fome of our American colonies may fcrve to lUuftrate this As for the European ftatev in which the praftice of nominal flavery is abohlhed the great which commerce has introduced c i miHn incr and JidTtO bU j ber of which latter are to be found in England than in moft other We will grant that men of landed eftates cannot well be idle the proper management of them if large is fafficient and the employment of as poorfafficient who lupports die lature and the baud ot focitty is Ipofed man is coniiitued his own gover ajid every man has a to inflict penalties Upon the is that this right pi reliftance feem to be dircdly iecured m die nrefent code of but whenever reiittance has been madeupon aaft even diough die eftablMhed powers of government are thatrefiftance Has never failed to be juttified by the declarations of law provided the refinance has ficient merit But let me been It Jus fcemed unnatural to fome dockholders of upwards of I lawyers are b general a and the inhabtants hath reduced the middling and inferior rauks to aft the part flaves them elves j to wear all the to bear the contumely undergo the of feryitudc they ridi boaft being their the and to whom All ILUilVlA WVk m in their idlenefs Who pays the four ally as intereft forthat Is ultimately the cohfumcrs of the ncceffaries of life And are not thefe their laves in fodoing It ij very fenfibly dbfcrcd by a late anonymous Writer j that an nadoir itt v heyithf world en joys moft and will i diately his Afe hw maftcrs j for piv the moft exact ana icrvuc P This itate of laborious fcrVkude is no where I freedom principally is This tote This happypreemmencfc does not farn Kill I trtim a IvrOfT fhrjyp IT1 tf on by fuiniiea as ID Ulis is even hew aggravated beyond its effedls fri any a greater t flic idle iliould work off ftarve is an oeconomical XJ ft f j in the luxuries of fo eh King can cfo no m fcw is a iaiaxim that has been Proceediagsin of Goramons tie CBelSef Navigation order of the day was then reld for did JL Chefter Navigation Sir W Bigot opj pjied as having Had application made to hiof from a number of die proprietors of the Merfey Cknal who have large hires thai would not be ib beneficial if this bill pafled he took no notice of the concern the inhabitants and freeholders of tite reprefentcd had hi this bitfj Buffing intofa Ppnnaat was agaifiit the bill on aceaunt 9ffalt works likely to be erected at CheAei if bill palled into a and might injure Liverpool tho diat town did not objeft to the Whitwortli fpoke very much in fevour of the diimbntive juftice tliat due froni the logiilature to the of diat ot any other town die trade of Cheftet would be diverted Livcrppol ifthis canal did not fuccecd j that it could be nd attention of if Ihe whols tfgde of Cheilcr was to be diverted as it among the different ii wpaid be litdc more than a fqaAerjih the hands He animadverted pretty fliarply opoxTSir theMember forthe county of as not hiving confultedihe interef df the fublbumal in freeholdersof the cpanty MW f uled to juttify every Ipccies of Even the lawyers fo tar been convinced diatthey hive amidA tKcir partiality I i V W WX whole numbers were ujp wards of whoifc in tereft it was that tfiis bill would into a law to have a cinal frdin Middleivich ini ftead of purfuing the requell or ddifedf any rrt TTT in A tfee value of its that the moft laborious iaduftry is freouendy mfumclent to pro videiSfa tolerable The toiling 1 and indefatigable artizan find the day too hoft and their ufk too to afford themful ficient means of nourifhment and to them to purfue their unremitted labouiV The limbs worn out with excefs of lofc dicir the hand forgets its cunning j and the whole body funk into debility and lofcs its life by the very means intended to prekrve Nay the very brute creation fuitain in this coun try Vgreater degree of fenitude in amr Hdw as noTtfe for mftance abufedbirexclulve aftion How tlie annine fpecicsj which were thev gifted like wbuJd raife the as for pay more It doe tidt proceed being for no are Bufi thehed wiih nwdoes it particularly rftinthefecurity of their for isprettywell fecurcd in every pojice Kate Eu It is farther obfervedty tht fame audrori Who wrote rittverxhelefs feVeral years Roman Sferiitort by arid iinpercraw of their and of bertv I ihonU be forry to mortify my countrymen than is to bring them to a due of their real But they cannot blc degrees flattered themwidrU themfelves only of thejieopkji of freedQ e r is jftaiw up nce of pbw body toeVow intd an andbe public bf V Let me prevail who lib doltided is ari idle and when you at k The knaves tlwt teich at you believe I to rcTfitve your toantiquated off It Is a r i1 ffibleto be Daily experience convrncesltfpridandy reticle in that county onwards of tea as df the Hisprelent MsrjeHy npon and thithe bacw it was luccefs of tins canal that would the benefit to diat and fdr his having the nour of reprefenting 4he of Ma and of numbersof hisbdf her freeholacrs in the he fliould corffiaer their benefit fcdntinued this fplrited gentlefciiatMiiddifdjiiied the interdt of men whatever he tu his life bat when he gave injertft of that tfoanty was rio longer fit to liVe eilJieT there or i I I tjr gracious si be is it wouldbe an to fay the can do rio The King bodi can and has done Let the Attorneygenerarfile his and con time to put this ttponifluetojijttryiA degiee ot bigotry and ab to that a nun do no is not nowa expefted Indeed the conduft of has been already decided not didy hi the minds of by putupoit dieir In die late trials and of pretended libekagainil his perfonahd f It is cruelty infult after re Gall therefore fay no nfore cf this till L actions oi a imilar iiamp to A period not likely ohgfifence iftterthe that rittfiabfe 1 y and tfierlaw of nantrels pare of the n they might byHStpaBWgryis Lai intd a he jrufted in aJQTeinbly diatthey didndt mean to afcd the trade of one part of die prd mote diat aiid that ndt fiiffer the Duke of Bridgewftiter ttf as die fhefe narrow or the jfroprietorV df dig TVent to mohopolize this whole aildweftjftets of tic kingdoru diat rtViTpH Jiit TT fwvmfc w CiVC yet this power of to Istf iecured ttf vu by pofitive In ihfuccefsml dieoccafion of jttftifitat of that ought to uy JuivjMg Liidt euuia nevt forefie tie deftruction of die trade t fcanal nor When are iJ totd of would they fuffer jfit fomevirtue Was ftill at had on a former occafion heWed a ieal
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