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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - July 6, 1771, London, Middlesex r V iir ter of the Dukt of Hfe influence of your fortune ftill feeins totrefxde over the genius of Bradfhaw infoira Ro fHnfoJl How rimarkable it and I fpeak of it npt as mat but as fomething peculiar to the fifts of tiJfMMiiiitian and acknow ledge the tiiedefceritof the Crown upon a true In you Wtfltaftri vi your cEkracter that yon have yet formed a whichhas not becnTatal to the object cf nor adopted a one way or you have not done Yonr at tachment is infamy while it and which ever wi leaves ruin and difetjict behind The luded who yields to a even while he is forfeit fier repntadon as weli a her and finds herfelf aban doned at laft Thus it hap penedwith rhe beft ot Li moteft f fcarfljr fcnow which of them moft to lanient the nnfiappy iinder the of his or him who for Vives fo are placed be Death has fixed his my have fet yond the reach of feat upon and your mark upon the The only letter I ever addrefled to the was fo unkindly that I believe I never jjrefume to trouble his Majefty that way But my zeal for his fervice is uperior to like Wilkess Yet his Majefty is much addicted to ufefnl if I am not has honoured die Public Afoerttfar with particular I have and not without as perhaps you may remember to fcrnilh it with fnch interefting and edifying in as probably would not reach nun any other The femces you have done the integrity in ahdf lidelity to your good have faithfully Nor have his owri virtues been entirely Thefe my are read in other jind in other Ian gaagb and I titink I may wiftout va duu die gracious character of the beft of Princes by not only perfectTy known but tbfejably weH upder fiood the reft of Ihdxis refpett I have die advantage of Mr His I is too He jna verfes to die fole ufe tf Graces he may at latt percei inconvenience of with foch c who is fnppofed to be of that his meaning may not be unlawfully ex ia irtii Jfats at defiance Your reappointment to a ieat in dw Cabinet was announced to die public Iff die omi nous return of Lord Bute to tins When that noxious placet approaches he never fails to bring plague and peftilence along with The King already feels die matignantegcct of your influence over his Your former adminiftration made Wilkes an Alderman of and Reprefentative of Your next appearance in office is marked with his elec tion to the In whatever meafure you are yon are not only difappointed of but always contrive tomake the Govern ment of die beft of Princes contemptible in his own and ridiculous to the whole we ftill want the gcnioiw of the Duke of Grafcon to account for committing die whole intereft of Government in the to die conduct of I will not bear hard upon yourfiudiful friend and emiflary for I know the difficulties of his and that a few lottery tickets are of ufe to his ceconomy There is a proverb concerning perfons in die pre dicament of this which however can not be ftridtly applied ta They eammenee finijb Now Tonchets character is I am convinced diat his fentiments never depended upon his and in die moft profperous ftate of bis for he was always die man he is at was diere no odiep perfoc of rank and con fcquence in die whom Government could confide but a notorious Jacobite Did you imagine diat the whole body of die thai the whole whigintereft of London would attend at the and fnbmit to die directions of a no torious Jacobite Was there no Whig Magiftrate die to whom die fervants of George the Third could intruft die management of a bnfinefs fo very interefting to their mafter as die election of Sheriffs Is there no room at but for Scotchmen and I do not mean to queftJon the fincerity of Harleys attachment to Majefty s Since the commencement of the prefent I have feen fBU greater contradictions The principles of diefe worthy are not fo ab as they have been Their ideas ol divine right are not io much annexed to die perfon or as to die political character ol Had there ever been an honel man among die his Majeftys prefent have been opoo principle But die oonverfion of die beft of rrincss has re moved dieir They ksvc forgiven him mode of your d only itaf to Charles is no way interrupts die reg to all thewtuestjfthe The unfortunate facotft the Reverend infapttortof the nunifterial nomination I his prefemeni Permit to to You wiH find him co Jtty gifted wnkthofeqaaUties of h nfoally tittSt yon in tfce choice of your He too was fnendi das incapable as you are of the liberal refent ittent of a my Lord was vindictive majice of a monk Oter the infirmities of his into with a nmcorpas fordid let tun go back to Ms cloifteh Tke Cfcwch retreat for Eafeu principles he U t The mention of this man has moved me from ray natural Let me return to your You are the pillow upon which I aia determined to reft all my r What idea can the beftof Sovereigns fornino bis own Government j renate cart oe conceive that Ke ftands with his when He beyond the pofibiiity of a that what ever be fufpician of his favouris Jatal to thecandidaftS when the party he wifhes veil to has tne faireft profpeft of if his Royal inclination fhouid it an and turns die This among pdjerSj may bapi contribute to Majeftys to real honour Infpitexjf auypur ve canon every die nation to fill the va 4v ut ihould to aStfae him in ei of fbotmen ox hju IfJGty Preient EftabUfhment of voitb a Jbert retnfptS tkeflMtff it i jujfittaaf infular fituation of Great JL one of her chief fecnrities from foreign invafion and nature feems to have pro vided a natural barrier fbr her fafety in die for midable fSbfTo with which it has furrounded her and fo long as he can keep her enemies from fhe has nothing to apprehend or There is but one to prevent diisi and prudence feems to have pointed it out to our anceftors in die earlieft ages fo far back as the reign of King we read o his and ecuring die coafts of this king dom by his fleet his wife example was followec by many of his fucceflbrs add it is worthy ofob in reading die Englifh dial thofe reigns wherein a proper attention was paid to die keeping up a refpedtable fea are die moft free from foreign the moft fafe an profperous for die and die moft peaceable and happy for the of the Danifh who reignet here about die year was particularly atten tive to the ftrengdi of his navy and had he no been fucceeded by fo very unfit a man for a grea as Edward die it is very probable that this realm had never been conquered by the The bigotted and weak reigned twentyfour years during which time we never once near of his affenrbling iis m paying any regard to its fituation and when his afcendedthe wasno navy at all he uk no power to prevent die King of Denmark and afterwards William die from invad inghis The the and prudence of Ha it is vanqoifhed his firft die whoftf army he defeated and f to dieir which were die fhore he took and deftrdyed moft of djeii fleet by this he became mafter offome which he ufedhis utmolft endeavbursto fit ou and in order to oppofe die paflage of his Norman knowing how very neceflarj it was to deftrov if before die landed to ravage his how infuperable difficulties in die execuii6u o this intention four and twenty yegp inacti vity had made his mariners forzettheir an their how todwect many wetei and difperfed durouzh U was impoffi We to w tltpt m dMC which the wciymcc of kit unworth iriall f well kaown mly remark that Jtefctf whifh jo impede Jdie pat this wkhout with entire lofs of fo large a and tic ieductidfi of all the injhabitantrto a ftHt of and Vet only one batde to le IbngHt fdr were ever a warlike injuries it is not ffi the ftrpng fleet in and their y the to reward jrue is drarjhe Ab itinfome mea too politic to neglect fo heceflary part 6 the deferfce ofliis newly acquired king King WiUiaavnfttf the utmott an n recrutng 5 nofefrith to quer v die of Denmack taking 4d of his want intfce infancy re fifnt a powerful fleet of fail to in k rll s QlUoL JR undoubtedly In his bower by it to have fet the us bis wi ivit to teigTii confluence ui fea r lots of1 feverai 4hies iri dieir return hdmefrodi with Prince Kwigfs who was with i do of the prime Henry fblloWeifby Stephen n whdfe tinie the navy and fuffefed to tot the feverai ports of bis reign was a continued feiies of inteftine broils aridmif Henry paidconftant regard to his maritime force which he and kept in excellent condition by die affiftance of his he in vaded conquered and the Prince of Wales to comfe into the terms he pre fcribed to Henry was the firft Engilfh Prince claim to the fovereignty feas and he jooked irpon it as die moft honour able prerogative of his Crown he was fircceeded by his furnamed Cceur de Lion infected with the madnefs of that fet himfelf to undertake an expeditldn to die Holy Land for which his firft after he af cended die td fit dot powerful and withit failed to which he as likewife feverai belonging to this romantic expemtion to have been productive of die rngft dangerous confequences to hh by his longab fence and by draining it of mrnand money chard was a frlcpd ro die and an encou Vagei of He trftabliflied the famous fea laws known by die name of The reign of in and navy to much attendedto j made fohw wife and Judicious and encouraged In die midft of the tohteft between preroga tsve and HenryEQiafcendcd Tieproved a and ororieffive a violent encouragw of dice tf his occafioned his whoje reign to be to iand civil ife had negfected hit msirifle fd that he found it a little be fore death to fit out Jhipt fufScient fot tranf Edward wai of greateft filed the throne he r moon nh ti iw die could DCTCUUCJ ef juvtiat mm and tbfar while1 his ruinisdby v dom in agrefs into any 1re qf that once French and particularly iat thatnn off whi a not fo j it fincS this minion of the rower of France fbr ma reignbf his the navy agab to eojo decay the commerci r One of ufes made of the ihoald tfA before y was owed its ttoniof ibsif wHbleJ so gnateft fscanty end he expected from the He formed did fittfe moreH e t more vtanygis the French King to spd nfljjjhbottrinjr natibnV ntereft of his navaf td griardit ever greatly rarv EPILOGUE to Written jQfrin She lays her damages Do Speak Hearts for to youve heard tie carry it Shall the fait go Tell We no what you why bring a r v by his Thu guilty fcene the indignant Staunchto Thefe are the But Like Withrin Aadpnly
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