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   Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - July 20, 1771, London, Middlesex                                From SAT U R D A July t6 S A A Y July 1771 H OR JWy 17 1771 Cannot defcend to an altercation i with you in the news But fince I have attackedyour cha and you complain of in I think you have Jpme right to an defyme to that you ever folicited a or wrote a word in fupport of the minifte rial I did never fufpeft you of fuchgfofs It Would have been impoffible for Horne to have folicited and very difficult to have written for the1 news papers in defence of that without being deiefted and brought to Neither dc I pretend to any or to know more of your oflndnci than you yourfelf have thought communicate to It is from own letters I conclude that you have fold yourfelf to the miniftry if that charge be too snd inppofing it to be pofltble to be de ceivedbyappearances fo very ftrongly againft What are your friends to fay in your de fence Muft they not that to gratify your perfonal hatred to you facri as far as depended upon jour intereft and the caufe of the country I can allowance for the violence of the paffions and if ever fhould be convinced that you had no mo tive but to deftroy I fhall then be ready to do jufticeto your and to declare to the world that I defpife you fomewhat lefs than I do at as a public I muft for ever cotrdemn but you dare not pretend tobe that the higheft gratifltaticm which themoft deleftable in this nation is would have been the defeat of 1 kjjov thai man much of Nature intended him better than only for a A fyftematical tjith has made confummate Yet this K fajr nothing of his worthy min affiduotifty laboured to it was not neceflary yon Aould votes for his We incline the t as by leffening the weight in one as it in the Tie mode of your attack too and were too much rooted in his cpn ftitution ever to be eradicated this from the beginning of his involved hini in dilputes and difagreements with his Parliarrtent which ended at laft in his and alraoft that of his One of the firft abfurd fteps of Charles foon after his was the fending in the fix other hips over to to affift the French Ktqg in enflaving his when he reffored throrie of his and voce of his when he vidtory the Dutch under Ope came to andefftand the infamois feryice he was gave facb a fatisfaftion to the to be employed with a true Englifli fpiritJ to the Nore and of a French officer at Dieppe thefe commands were obeyed by the Admiral whidv as foon as he had he ftruck his ftag quitted his with every officer and Tea man belonging to except one returned This after being manned by was immediately employed againft the irdiverfai his the fleet qndgr tague aide for it Earl Of contributed not by declaring urta nimoufrjr for their Invfal fovereign and they all of his royal favour and Iffar with Holland breaking out in i a large ffeet was fitted out tinder the Duke of Yorkj fnbrrly gained a confiderable vidtory the Dutch fleeti under Opdam this that his going On knighted the feveral1 it uponwhich theKingfent him hV Royal knighted the feveral lis fign to deliver the fhipsinfo themfe in the f A J H MwJkf njxivl rxfirlfri poor Proteftants of Rothelle veral other aggravating highly exv afperated the nation againft the this was not a little encreafed when it was found the French to re turn thefe Ihips were actually made ufe of againft in a war which fhortly after broke out with When the civil wars broke it be no attention was paid to the navy as the fate of battle was always decided upon another element than the fea fo at tne Kings it may be faid to have been in a wejrfeeble and declining As foon as the Parliament aflumed the fupreme they began to make meats fecure their authorityi aad prevent any ion tnd made a grand naval proinotidn be generous rewards on the inferior vate his long refidence abroad and in many fas had acquired uncommon know jn tke laechanifm and ma he had apartiality to his navyi ievffftA and encouraged his iea officers i r t My weak endeivburUet candour They hope tfatogh he jualitres reqnifite tO form gre but ie attempts from in favour of their they therefore ufed the utmqft dili gence to and fit a ftrong j of which they entrufted to the bravfe The as wdl as the power pf Ar having been feveral years took an as irifcflt the Englifh foon after Blake appointed 1 to I am far from thinking meanly of yoat that you eithef want jt or that ypa are blinded diarges youurged againft could never do hint any After when peded discoveries highly intereftrng to the com what a pitiful detail did it end Seme old Welch French and a hamper Of the public and ivili forgive him his craret and his and even the ambition of his brother Chamberlain of as long as he ftands forth againft a miniftry and a who are doing every thing they can to enflavethe andas long as he is thorn in the Kings falpeft rne of fetting up Wilkes for a But the queftion to the public Where fhall we find a with purer will go the and run the hazards that he has done The feafon fnch a he ought to be fupported What would have been the triumph of that odious hypocrite and his mi if Wtfkes had been defeated It was not your Reverend that he did not enjoy it now I promife you have fb Kttle power to do that I much quef tkm whether the miniftry will adhere to the pro mifes they have made It will be in vain to fay that am apartizan of orper You will convince no for you do not believe it I con fef I am a little offended at the low rate at which you feem to value my I you will hereafter that I meafure the integrity of men by their not by their Such tales may entertain Oliver or your but truft me they are thrown away upon You fay you are a Was it was it repeatedly to introduce into a news paper the name of a young with whom you muft heretofore have lived in terms of polite nefs and good I have done with In my your credit is irrecover ably I is nearly in the fame Oliver has Shamefully duped by Youhave made acrifice all die honour he got by his im for whofe dull really I am aftonifned he does not through your Never was fo bale a fjgn fo poorly you is not intended for the but if yop think it will do you any you are at liberty to J UNIt Vf The above litter banting been vatelj to egrteable tofjunittfserder Hone Has to be they did not do irapumQpto which they had retrieved the honour o his nation andfthe by this means glifli government was nova that they lent overan Ambaffador on purpofe to apologize for the iniprodont ftep of their The French were likcwife reftrained in their piracies and feveral of fhips taken and made prizes for committing holtilities at Newfoundland all this they bore with great and without the leaft mark of rcfentment on the follicitejd for almoft on any Yet nothing contributed fo fuddenly and sff top u t the upon the moft wars he Has bl of priaftice them he take lead fo entirely as to make and the moft interefting give plabiito For years of his how was far from beipg inattentive to of cisTiaval ftrength the Dutch proba ofhis fleet being hi for it is that no fb much to form able and ex long peace always difcipHrje relaxes few and and the reft grow lef expert ift by long refidence flehderpittance what is and all ftrive to be in which pan only fall to the lot of a J the old ft officers muft te old men and cafe aqd and boftie which mail attend iieminittttt of ftriadifciplLne Ihofe that woald deny wjit let me refer them toj of them inay yet remember of out when the Spanifh Viort broke out in BUE to return r K Iji Jk Qccennt of the nttii antic LAST night a new Bi was the Theatre Roya4 in the is taken from Cottons characters are follow DRAMATIS Eneasi V Achates Mr Mri Hamilton Vafiderrrieret wv L larbasi Aritheus i Mifs The author certainly defigned this S mafterpiece of the rrtticuftm feirilfaj iniftaken his by and abfurdity for If he wifhed to ri val be has equalled the immorality of his if wift maynie the phrafe the moft lufeious dramatic that was ever offered to a depraved and debauched tafte it has neither moral to commend itj andyetanEnglifli in very jera remarkable for runningihlo an of jentiraental and prtfd received wi th pec this higftf zti and ftrongly able as the Dutch in the Parliament found themfelvas engaged in a1 fhort time after the Kings death the States were fo powerful by and lent forth fuch Xurprizing that it was neceflary ufe uncom mon diligence to put the marine in a fituation to face upon any thing like equal The war wascontinued with various at Cromwell became dictator who very aud took all occa fions of encouraguig the officers and and of promoting merit this revived that generous emulation and ardor the Englifh had ever been famed for and caufed almoft to foHow the Englifh The laft decifive ajtipn betwsen the two and in which Van Trump was was fo highly farisfjOory to and the Parlia that they voted gold chains to each of their four and Lawfon and gold medals to alll the Captains befides rewards to the other officers and It would carry me far beyond the I fhould I attempt to relate different faccefles of the diuin tion it is but truth tp he luoky in his choice of and tnoft happy in he difpoution of his aaval fojicej iis Ambafladors and fleets met with more relpect from foreign powers than hasbeen often expe when they have belonged to a crowned head and the Englilh had more honours jHudi For BINGLEYS Continuution an tire Prefect EftabliAment tbe his reigfa motions of jcoyal ind arbitrary unhappily for he imbibed to during his nownfprhalfiacentary or Ris darkened with the deep teintt of rebel Ion and murdr moft were obliterate thofe dxe fhining colours hpw v mtherrcHai in yet hi the navy there appears 60trace of or carried onby his as it was notthtf in thofe to ma nure the fields on the continent with Englifh blood or ferwi the nat onal treafure to advantageGefnian and beggar our felves The iuccefsand repeated victories of the fjrocured peace the treaty fhews it an advan the Honour of that bone granted as amply as we the Stages con Anting not ofily but wnole and wife theic fliould ftrikti and falute even a fingle man of war belonging to the King of I in this was protefted and f encouraged fetdemehts in merica as well as in Afia j The comt prettyt and feveral many are only alterations of oM approved fong will give reader idea of merit of this little performance A I Sung Jj ff womra were fufferd to pet Rafe work would they make both fea and Bj r With theyfdfeeep up fnch conftani fou foorrmix the earth With clattering and The olid land they atoms wo when my waves came DAvenant the balance of trade in xur and it is not atailimprobable iorbe iiriceit is that the fhippirfg beionging to the fub jeftsof England wereat lealt what they were at the be PROLOGUE the great would his characlter appear pradenfand intrepid a profound and s moit wifeand able ieflatdr would have7 been thfe would jufHy have from and fuchr he up doubtedly would have It wasduring this period ttiaV the famous act ttf It wasduring this navigation pafied more fed eflentiallervice to the commerce of thari all other afte of parliament put Thereis no lift ttfe at they were than fyullc 1T Written andfpokenby BEN in of Muft with relpcft and countenance be gracd No pen the better Nowit or fatire ever higher flew A n tarly pillar of the Englifh Timeworn mttft void of in characters as well as wavringIancy flows Witches and fairies with itheir midnight No oathe plain Now evrjr fimpletbn of Britains Atfucfe fjjiud as Alcbymy would finile M ft J t i Tt Theyd ftir it as theyftir The mufic of above piece is Hooki The performers vith particularly Jewelli P R O L O G Spoken in the of WHILST for Was fprinkling water over In garden Saluted and he To bring fome goddefles Giveme your in wateri If youll but aud fpeak a piol I llrait becaaft Is j aft the for Flora to ap And I as or as any godEe Or een a counficy wench in there t their heaithdeftfoying Orant as undpjjbjed M O no Happend about four tho When heathen a Made Gcxls as faU Knights Then to fapport Ske They You Jove 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