Bingleys Journal, August 31, 1771

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1770 - 1772

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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - August 31, 1771, London, Middlesex From A Auguft to S A T U R D A September To the EDITOR BV inserting the following letter in your ufe ful you will oblige many of your feaders hi the and among the Your friend and To the Friends of Liberty and the Con I SHALL make no apology for this but plainly direcTJy alk in the name of God and your what can you mean by your 21judged animouties and contentions I fliall fpare none of from the celebrated armed with his wit and down to the Weilmeaning Pirftra of Yqu liijgracing and hurting the nobleft caufe that ever warmed the breaft of an Englifli fince the four laft years of Queen While you were you were always a for midable body and muft ftrike a terror into the breafts of the moft and corrupt Adminiftration that perhaps ever pretended to direct the affairs of this or any other nation to to your ihame be it you are ad by your ridiculous fquabbles and the higheft and all o thers concerned in thefe calimitJus ought to facrifice all private refentment to the love and intereil of their And though I do not meanto charge him as the as a Chriftian he ought ftrft to fet the It is better to fubmit at prefent to and to wear the chains that are forged for us by a Scotch fpend our time and our for tunes infupportof a difanited from their total want of conduct and are ab iolutely I doube I hall never live to fee that happy when the love of our country will andthe honeft praife which always attends great and good be the primary regard they ex pect for their labour and Vincit amor laudueaque immenfa VIi I Your moft obedient PR OB I call Horne well mean becaufe I think it ungenerous to charge him either with being A or even a candidate for jftifiilledat tilr we art penciled of better and more convincing proofs than we have at For BINULETS of the Jubilee at Strntfirdupon the fcandalous behaviour of the very low jpeople of the town of in regard to their ava rice and fhamefnl as well 4s their abfurd notions relating to the They in much and greatly afraid of had not the leaft torn prehenfion of or about fuch prepa rations were talked upon Garrick as a who and wOojH raife the Devil inftead of being delighted with theapproaching many of themlfcept at and were afraid to ftir were confirmed in their abfurdities by the black looks and fecret operations of thofe who were em ployed in making the looked on the heavy rains that fell doling the as a mark of In their dfSfire to get and their terrors left they Ihottflfdeal with the occafiotfed great mirth to many of the neighbours and gentlemen who delight If hu mour and The author of the Jubilee as it the Theatre Royal in Drurylans has openediiis farce with a fcene that ridicules without the leaft exaggeration the unaccountable notions and ab furd apprehensions of the lower people of Strat n hoiuM cf The immortal bailing been the oj much eatertaimn ui nut jbali prffent our readers inith the ftory of the mnl which Las 6etn in Jo great utne r at A Certain clergyman had nurchafed fnme pO perty in and about thehoufe whch In ihs deaofthis houfe there was a rimarkahle mul the inhabitants looked upon with as itwas planted by tihike fpeares The gentleman to whom the hojfe and garden finding that the tree overfijadowed too much of the and made it not having the fear of his neigh bours before his or the Jove of Shakefpeare in his one unlucky night moft facriie gioufly cut it The alarm of this horrid deed foon fpread through the town not the go ing out of the veftal fire at old or the Healing away the palladium from old could more have aftoniOied Romans and than this horrid deed did the and chil dren of old Stra After the firft moments of aftonimment were a general fury fsized them and vengeance was the word They gathered furrounded the re viewed with tears the fallen and vowedto the to the immortal memory of the In fuch a fpirit was on tut the after con ful ting with his and fitalking from place to was perfuaded td quit the where he never would have been permitted to abide in peace j and where all the inhabitants have moft religioully re falved never to fuffer any one of the fame name to dwell amongft The mulberrytree was inftantly bought and the who was a ictailed and cut oat the branches of it into various of tobacco The corporation of Strat ford fccured fome of the beft part of it and among other fancies which this facred tree gave rife the moft remarkable was the written by tfceinfteward to that began to lay the foundation of the celebrated Shakefpeare The account of the abfurd apprehenfions of the peaner people of Stratford at the preparations for that might almoft be thought incre were it not fufficiently 1 cannot quit this fubject without THEATRICAL mJ OrJiaaj To the Ladies of tbi and the WE are pofirivcly by the two leading Hiana gers o the leading theatresy tlut theirjelpec tive companies are in better condition than they twine being drilled and and fit to make a proper and decent review before the Kioc and No have been no Jaboiifnack ened to make thsm pleafing to ail toftes and 1ft at the mutual requjfts of Garrick and Col man who upon this been at a prodigiom for they fpare no upon any to gra tify the eyes and ears of the town they have clofely and have bern clofuy during the wliole by that and delectable of the new Sylvan Hiftrionic and Signior Carlo When we the excellence of this by a new thcan cjn infpire wood and iron with morion is it to be wondered that he fliould fuccccd the dulled of ihe human fpecie No man ean doubt after beholding the orarorial acHon of his how fuporior his fuccefs muft be with tielh and Signior Carlo and his old Swig have been fedulous to bring tiie mimick art tnfthe lughsA by devoting their mornings to the the atrical edification of the foHowinj who have fbu under Jocoaijjarable exutic geniufcs the whole And when trie ladies and gentlemen of therewn the hejvy performances of many of the 1 fay that will readily fubfcribe to the improvcntunts Ac aclors And who bjgjejf all the art ability Carrick and roft fu 3 eminencs of peffidion unaer the Pro tuition of Carlo Li Fitz Mifs Clara J hj above to be a n1 tiiis lyth day of at my CARLO V K fome years ago in ONCE O I view thy Climb and croft thy dufky moors j I with impartial And by bycenfure thy is a Whom pride temptations whet iitill proud and anton he her beauty in a cjufcious of fortune Scotland comes like an unripe Who fighs with envy at her fifters how foon hell grow to have Her And be die when tothers charms Auguft EFFUSION to AIL facred Solefomce of friend to Britains ifle H Sole fonice of which her peafants Thou beft that ever Heaven bertowd j Thou warmeft that eer in bofotn glowd Thou parentcaufethat firft infpird our Thou coeval with eternal ay If eer thy laws I thy rights Or on tby died a tingle ftain Ten thoufand curfes round thy votry And fink him to a miniller of On the dijpute between Junius and the WHEN WHkes the battle deals Wound Horne droops ighail and bites the ground Vet when a mightitr hero far Conies to clofe at once the The vanqnifhd prieft begins And is a conqurer The proud Goliah thus of A to Davids wrath White that fame after all Shrunk trembling from the hand of SauL Lmi there iota fvou bit Paiaf wheres your Magna Charta yonr oath f My mother 1 muft give up one my friends the other j A third Lives there who loves a pother Multot plurct fumui AK the new logic poblifhed by Were fure were for wtytg in the doughty if 1 toow Woody nofesv 1 ins dou ENGLISH TICKETS now felling at WHITEHDUSEs State Lotrtfy Dublin at their State Lottery 6olkgtGreen at their State Lottery inDame and at their State Lottery Office in fortunate purchafers at Whitehoufs may receive the following befide many other coafidtra ble in proportion to the price and of For a ingle guinea you may get For half a guinea 2 cool For five hilling and fix Englilh For thrje For two guineas Tickets Shares of Engliih Tickets at eight pounds xnmds a rive hillings fix and Immediate money to the fortunate Auguft 31 Tejlerday arrived the mail from A reduction has beei made n the of this of 20 men per company ot and 15 men out of each fqua dron of It is computed that fince this re the Electors troops confill of menn Hifto riographer to the Member of the Royal Academy of Infcriptions and Belles Fe 6f the Royal Sodety at and Member of the Academies of and died at Straiburg the 7th inft aged 70 SHIP N E W Arrived and failed for the the John aqd from Faroj Briftol from Cheftor and rom Came dovvu and remain with the fliips as the for jarrisica Molly orPliiladvlphLa for Gibraltar for Oporto Lifoon and for Sailed the Malaga Wind L O D O N Upon fetling1 the of the Eaft India it they are after then debts bemjj the amazing fum of FiVc Alil Hundred and Twenry Thoufand exclafive of the value 6f the caro o ihe 37 hips which failed to India the lait feafcm the goods which are prepared to load them with on their together with theCompanies vaft pofleffioas in India an account of we are will be laid before the public ia a fhort It is recommended to Lord Sandwich to the tax of 6d per from feamens for for the Cheft at Cha for the Surgeon and to allow them tlieir full proportiorrs of pro as is fettled in the ellablifliment of the That an additional falary be paid to the purfsrs in lieu of allowing on5 full eighth part of all as under thepretence of walte in thofe kinds of that a more equitable plan be adopted for the diftribution of prize money for as ft lands it fuppoling a prize taken by a frigate with 856 men officers value the diltri bution would be as lit Llafs the Captain only zd Clafs g includ ing the of the of and the 8 in each i 3d Clais including and 14 in Llafs in cluding the midfliipmen and petty 66 in 5th Clafs foremaft and Officers fervants 761 The plan offered to his Lordfhip for his confideration is as Suppoung a prize of equal value to be taken by a Ihip of the fame the Cap tain to have ten and the remainder to be divided in feven which would produce to the firft Clafs Second Third Fourth Finn It has been recommended to Lori im mediately to examine the returns of all regiments who have been ftationed at the Government of Mobile and fince Likewife Staff by his Lordfiiip will fee the numbtrof lives loft by climate upon that It is hoped his will have alavv paiTed the next Seffions of Parliament to oblige the Gen tlemen Planters to learn the ule of to ena ble them theljetter to defend their own property if and to keep proper among their The prefent fyftem of fending regiments upon fuch is the abfolute ruin of the whole infantry and the greateft na tional drain of ufeful acrificed in the moft wanton An honeft country farmer came to town to pay his Landlord rent he being whimfical refufed to take Bank or to give a receipt he told the farmer he was no more bound to take a Bank than his the farmers note nor to give a that it was his bunnefs a witnefs if he was under any apprehenfion of being called upon for rent already paid the farmer not un derftanding the law as to thefe paid his attorney a who told him landlord was very right as to his notion of law j and therefore advifed his client to gee his Bank note of changed into and to take his clerk with him after having reckoned the money Very carefully and not tender it his the firft opportunity the advice was and the tenant was even with his landlord for happening to meet him at his uwtt he emptied his bag j before telling him at the fame that as he found him fond of he to oblige by giving him as much as he and thai of the legal fort following is faid to be the genuine charac ter of our new City Marlhall j He has been mora than once criminally arrainged he is now under bail to take his trial at the next quarter He robbed ofher and to fcreen himfelf from charged jier with a capital for by the aid of his lie was Oneof his dkti by his pickd a gentlemans pocket of a and in confiderarion of Sharing the he arrelled the He ihakes a common practice of tpbs fworn againft perions whomhe finds in defence Icfs though no fuch debt ever fub fifted and he violently forces fuch unfortunate objefts to his infernal inquifuion ilrips and from alioaited fet tjiem at Me and a pradtice cf feizing the property of uiicier pretewcs of execution againft though there is not fo mucji as a or any kind of to autho rifo fuch violence that Jie committed of ihofekind of robberies within thefe two in the chambers of to the amount of H made it a tradj to put young fellows into farnimeJ and laced with the avosved porpofe of robbing all ilv traJei that machiuatons orfchernes could get them recommended to and that if they were ho procured their liberty iailantly by jew One of thefe unhappy of hii ia now periftiing in is dining on tho plat rfding in the the lace and cf hsj wives in the and mercery wiiich is Lhe product of their plunder r By a letter om on board the ws amoog other that the principal na tives of at arj attended by fervauts feed their dipping tbeiif fingers every two mouthfuils int veiTels of There is a white Hearnthat frequentsthis iucr which the natives call the JJird of They are Convinced that fatufe ftatex will retain their Tervants bs The letter writer fays they failcJ from Utahitee to Hou a the Ifle of Handfome Women it is faid j if illy deferves the name j for he never beheld fuch a beslutifai ce of lo elegantly limbedand fo di vinely They t uchej a finall called where they met with the firft miracle in the countrywell whereon fornication was never At the laft affizes fof a trial came ort betweena of who was and The plainaff1 had called the defendant for thef defendant pulled tie plainlffis The ordeied them to aik each others the for mer for calling the Fatter the latter for pulling the formers nofey and to pay By the determination of tjus it feeing that if fature any gentifrman makes free wit n an officers he will befiable follovving Itipolated For anEnfign jdv a Lieu tenant a Captain a A correfpondent that the hiffeid of leflening their nationaldebt fince the during that interval aggrandized it shis currancy is If he the oor going of any kingdom in their peace exceed their annual fo large a of as above wnich is the cafe ac prefent with the government of it plain to a demonftratibn that fuck moft infallibly become a This eiretrm tis wil convince our ttuerehanta howr fatal it will be they their money Billsof Ex The horrid he the late Fitzgerald met the of France is ofitfelf fufficient to deter our mer chants fromdealing with them and hopes tftejy will call to the unfortunate gentleman who many years negotiated the French Cemmiffion for Englifti The French topped pay ment they were in debt to Fitz gerald and they wrote him a to aeqitsiiifr that although they were neceffitared to ftop yet his money would certaiaLr be paid him out of the very ftrft funplieo kindly advifed him to be of good and brufh through this little embarraffinent aS well as he by reyerfe of was under the humiliaQng mortiilcv tion of laying open his books to his refpecKve became a and fixw died of a broken heart while the debt the French Miniftry owed to have been paid out of the Ye remains unliquidated tothis ;

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