Bingleys Journal, August 10, 1771

Bingleys Journal

August 10, 1771

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Issue date: Saturday, August 10, 1771

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1770 - 1772

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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - August 10, 1771, London, Middlesex i aHy anappl attention to which f nor wiflj ojfefe the fame t fatgUflurt in his is no hpflfwrable cr tp the format that I neverwas OUGHT to the Duke of ingaqy part fimilarity difj however have not dig iftrfficient to attract thfe cenfure of tie they are the power of f v fituattan does notcorrefpend with his laf I fhould xn own ir wiflbe attributed to anrofual vanity and prefamftih tioir his letter to me deterve an But I vnderftaod that die public hot fadsfied with my an arifwer is expected Bom me and if I in refnftng to it be taken for T be incdtififtent with fyr Principles I declined an appeal to lor did hot willingly saent IfanV coarfe expreflions have they are unfitiror Junius to make ufe no reafon Bpdmit that they improperly it is unable top want of conduct and I am can poJilt yitn I have allowed himj nor can that a very with a very good be deceived by a His knowledge of human nature muft be limited Had he never mixed with the one would think that even his books have taught him Did he Jtear Lord when he defended his dofhine concerning libels JOT when be ftated die Ifttkin pfofecuttpns for criminal coaverfation he delivered his for callingthe H0ufe of Lords toge ther copy of Ms charge tp the Jury in he been prefent upon any j ini gery ofcan no merit m my life totlieMbrtaeiiwr toy public goeftton have I villain have1 there rictlabour compptitipu of let I J meafuresthe facility of IQL ency in thegallant have Uve4 itfAi The unhappy 0iadafcould hardly nawe efeajed have to his attachment andreip there is npdanger in beitt if he afeans any thing mpre than try his argument holds togetberv iCourrier t been fent of would haween howppffible it is of tW firft confound himfeif in which the Jips of 30 Perhaps the example have tajuriitiim not to value his fd Lyttelrons integrity andjudgr is which all of as arc ak to and to and will iiot defcend to anfwer the fbphiflries of a taknts are not neeeflarily be any thing A t it isj t ftouH be united Yet I have not He tonncfted not been the rights or that redre and foundation T iflunderl that lime he is not that thecoaitimtiptt violate the bm Mlybroken or pervertc4 have not been repeatedlyrfolicked Tik6 were the in thelaftcetttdly td they wpuldf at ed him own jonidi in deliberately afcackTug the life of his I mall not aik him to political this can it H jocambentupoft that thepre fent King has better extufes rha Charles for the of his ought tp demoaftrite to tfo i was better underftopd years fji atprefclrtifithat and the limits of cwre and at it his poorer of mortifying the a folid tt his not to aft i the fame I reverence Charier and his letter haslow ktei him in jny I fcorn to retraft the charitable don fer Horne I faid i ito write direaiv defence of a mihifteria mea and not be detected and even that diffi culty 1 confined to bit pardtuljo He changes the of and fop pofes me that k be impojjibh for man fo write for the newspapers andnot be a Horns bat ItviH the comparifbn that by what gentle degrees of Horne has foftenedintoiflodeririofl Meaand were yeflerday his What plains did he once take to bring diat to execution Today he confines Maifejf to mea or his virtues that that confole ppffihle advantage to HPrrie 1 i he to phjduceftif his Teems le ate exaggerated I At the what do they it who never was of has the jfjEtameful is In a man to reproach hind naturally conneQea withde are virfrk tM64wv no can aodyuinf atPnemfBifor s t of a prieftis ho peuroince an appeafe him s fures rNb fienal Cxample is to be4eft tp the JL He irepeatedly indmates at that he knows the auAor of what colour of truth then can he pretend that I em m utbere tebuseaaaertd bat in a ngwJfapcrf fhali leave him to his is not Bcceflary that I fhould confide in the honour or difcretioH of a who already feems Ho hate me with as much as if I had formerly been his he that he has traced me through Yfttety 6f To make the difcovery of any importance to his he fhonld have proved either that the fic titious character of Juntas has net been confidently or that the author has maintained different principles under different I cannot recall to my mefeory the numberlefs I hare rely upon thecbn icioufhefs of my own defy him to fix any colourable chargeofineonfiftency upon I nor bound to affign the feCret motives of his apparent hatreS of Wilkes nPr does it follow that I may not judge fairly of bis though it were true that I bad no etmduQ of my Horne with upon the importance of his dreadful bat feoseiforiof the of both men and meafures will be for The flaming Patriot who fo fcorched us in the inks temperately to the and is hardly felt as he I comprehend endeavouring to communicate o Oliver and Sawtiridgea fliaie m the with which he juppofes me to have loaded My memory fails if I have mentioned their names with unlefs h be reproachful to acknowledge a fincere refpelft for the character of and not to have queilipned the innocence of Oli vers It ieems I dm a partizan of leader of the If the charge tad beefi it ihould have been better I did not intend to make a public declaration of the refpeft I bear I well knew what un worthy conduflons would be drawn from B I am called to my opiilion furely it is hot in the little ceSfure of Horne to deter me from doing fignal juftice to a I has upon my As for the or purpofe of vulgar queftion whether the applaufe of Junius be of Yet upon his own has a nlttlritufccof political toaeine t will not iafift upon theyJtadfeous detail which he fo long difgufted He to be aftiainedof Bat what excufe will he make tp the friends of the conftitadon for labour ing to promote this canfvbtmattly bad man to ftation of the higheft national and impoN Upon what honourable motives did he recommend him the Livery of London for their Reprefentative the Ward of Farring dpn for their the county of dlefex for their KnightWill that at that he was ignorant of Wilkfss felicitations to the Miniftryf Jlhat he Ihoialdfay is indeed very neceHary for his own jtfftifi but where will he credulity to hiin In what tais gentleman got his dihics I know logic feema to have been under 1 hat miferkble pamph by dividing the only precedent in and taking as of it as fiiited his tled which he might have em the dangers he has of the fo je he quotes verfcs without The gentleman deals in and na turally appeals to the evidence of the Taking hinr at his be cannot bnt admit the fuperiority Wilkes in this line of On one fide we fee nothing but imaginary dif Oft the other we fee real prpfecut ions real life repeat edly hazarded at one almoftthe certainty Jrf Thanks arc undoubtedly due to every man who does doty in the engage bat it H die wounded fiuaier who delerves the I did not fbeafi ttf deny that Horne had btenan aftivr partiza It woukLdefeat my own not toallov kirn a degree of Lord My vote will hardly reeonimend him to anlncreafe of his or to a feat in the But if his ahibidon upon a level with his iiflderftanding he judges of what truly honourable for witfi the fame fuperior whkhranimates and difficls to eloquence in to wifdom ia deci even the pen of Junius fliall contribute to reward Recorded hpnbius fhall gather round his and thicken over Itisafo lid and willfupport the laurels that adorn am not converjant in the language of pa praiies are extortedfrom mej but they will wear for they have beendearly My deteffation of jhe Dnke of Grafton isnot founded upon his treachery to any individual thoI am willing enoiigh to fuppofb in pub lic it Would be impoffible to defert or be tray without doing an eflehnal injury to My abhorrfnte of the Duke atifesirom an mdaiace knowledge a thorough that had reduced argument upon the Middlefetf eleftipn to fomethjng a fyllogifinl Mr Horne has himfelt with fonfething like the fame ingenuity and I had that Wilkes would preserve the public as as he ftood forth againft a Mi 1 1 JL long as he was thorn via the exulrigg triumph of Horfle1 one would think that I would be fupppfte by the upow condidon pf his niordfying the This may be logic or at the among men of fenfe and it folly or villainy inth I fee the pitiful advantage he taken of fingle unguarded exprefjBon in a letter not in tended for the Yet it is only the that is I Adhere to the trite meaning of that member of the taken feparately as takes and upon the cooleft deli for the purpofes I referrec it may be highly to die public to wound the perlbnal feelings of the Sovereign Iris not a general nor is it generally appliedto the Chief Magiftrate of ot an other Hprne knows as wttl as I beft pf Princss is not difple4fe with the abuJfewhich he fees thrown uponhi dftenfibk It makes I pjefome more the objects of his Aoyal compif does it efcape hv fegacityt die lower they are degraded n the public the fubmifDve they mjuft depend upon for upon the of cannot the nnd Ie meanipj to fofe when the J to waft l as of the a finall nutmeg j gi a piew J0ott it BfthiaXQ not to any of mi fo long jjitfffed on in tT does not eem 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