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   Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - September 28, 1771, London, Middlesex                                SArt0R September to S 3fiT U R D A baober 5 To bii Grace tbt Duke of MY HE people of England are not appnfed of the full extent of their obligations to TAejfi have yet no adequate idea of the variety of your charajSer They have feen you diftin Prince whofe piety would might fecure him from a raultitt de of neceffi with an ana ual rewue of neat million unfortunately wants The navy of by aneqaalry ftrange con currence of oiiforeieen not fo unfbnonatefy for ia in equal want pf TJieVtirtd in what a gnifhrd and fuccefsful in the continued viola tion of thofe moral and political by which the as well as the great forietiesrof Hfcj are collected and held Bvery co every character became With a of abilities which Lord Weymouth very Jeoks dowiKupcn with you have as much mifchieftq the community as CnaatueS would have had been a and as much as if Machiavel had not that an appearance of morals and re ligion are ufeful in a thinking man the inSuence of the Crown in no viewj ap pear fo as when he towhat enormous exceffes it has fafely conducted your without a ray of real with out even the pretenfion to common decency or principle of any or a frogle fpark of per ibnal What muft be the operation of that pernicious for which our Kings have wrfely exchanged the nugatory name of pre in the higheft can fo abundantly fupply thft abfence of and and qualify a ntan to be the Minif ter of a great whom a private gentleman would be attained and afraid to admit into his family Like univerfal paflport of an Am at fuperfedes the prohibition of the banifhes the ftaple virtues of the and introduces vice and folly triumphantfy into all the deparpnents of the Other have had the means of cor ruption within their but they have thtm with In former corruption was confidercd as a foreign Auxiliary to Govern and only called in upon extraordinary emergencies The unfeigned the fandified religion of George the have taaght him to model die crvil forces of die The na tural jefources of the Crown are no longer con fided Corruption glitters in the leds and a ftanding army of mercena at the fame inflaves the excepting that worthy my are unquailionably had fome generous qualities in their with I or frailties in 1hey were Kings not hypocrites or They were at the head of the but did not know the value of their They iaid their prayers without and had too little prieitcraft in their to recon cile the fanctimonjous forms of religion with the utter deuruction of the morality of their IMy this is sot Bill your partiality to the houfeof you muft that even Charles the Second would have blufhed at that open at thofe meret iciotif with which every fpecies of private vice and publicproftitution is received at unfortunate Hou e of Stuart has been treated with an if comparifon be a feems to bolder upon Neither Charles nor his brother were qualified to fupport fuch a fyftem of as would be to the and fubvert the conftitution of One o them was too much in earneft in his the other in his But the danger to this Country would ceafe to be if Crown fhould ever defcend to a whofe ap parent fimplicity might throw his fubjeds off their might be no libertine in behaviour mould have no enfe of honour to reftrain and with juft religion to im Jjofe upon the might have no fcruple of confcience to interfere with his morality With thefe honourable and th decifive advantage of low craft ami falfehood are ail the abilities that are wanting to deftroy the wifdom of and to deface th nobleft monument that human policy creeled know fath a I know you both and with the blefling of for I too am the people of England hall know you as well as I I am not very fure tha greater abilities would not in efted be an impedi ment to which feems at firft fight to re quire a fuperior A better underftand ing might make hirrt fenfible of the wonderfu beauty of that fyftem he was endeavouring to The danger of the attempt might alarm The and intrinfic worthleflhef of the objeft fujjpofing he could attain to it would fill himwith and dif But thefe are which find no en trance into a contracted In fome there is a malignant paffion to deftroy the works of and The Vandal and the Honk find equal gratification in Refledions like my have a general relation to your and infeparably attend in whatever company or fituation your cha racter occurs to They have no immediate connection with the following recent I lay before the for the honour of the bell of and for the edification of his hoperel condition you delivered the navy to yonr and in what a condition we found it b the moment of were deter mined it fhould continue in the fituation in you left It very uckily for the Privy that one of the above Warn promifed fair to fupply ur generous Sovereign no objedion to felling to is to repair Sirlwwr nor to putting die mmey People of a religiow adhere to the principles qf the Whatever they acquire falls into a reprefenta ion from the Adrauatlty of the extraordrnary want of indifpenfable repairs of he die was diluted to and Havirrgebfyed his orders that the had any where met and the KOpereft in for purpofes of thena in your it hereditary In confequence of flits the ufual warrant was prepared at die and delivered to the which he or his deputy were authorHed to cnt down any trees in Whittlebwry which fhcald appear to be proper for the pur The being in bnned that the warrant was fijned and delivered to his principal in erodes the country to with an officious zeal or the public begins to do daty in the Unfortunately for he had the warrant in his The overfight was and you havepunifhed him for it ac You have inhfted that an adive ufe lul officer fhould be difmifled from his You have ruined an innocent and his fa what language mail I addrefs fb To cowardly a worfe than atte of the and all the who know Lord it isunneceffary 1 fympatby of which fubfifts be Grace and one of your and fo much honour to you both the onion ijil and Black George no longer a whatever origin your influence in this coun it is a phenomenon in the hiftory of virtue and Good men can hardly believe tie Wife men are to account for Religious men find exercife for their and make it the laft effort of their notto repine agaiuft was mean andbafe enoflgk ta iuitK Jiis JtfNIUS to the LIVERY of alone were concerned in the event of the prefent election of a Chief lagiftrate of the it would be the prefumption O to attempt to influence your or even iff offer you his But the fitoa rfoa of public affairs has annexed an Qary importance to your You can in the choice of your determine ibrjourfelves You are going to determjne Ipon a which every member of the community is will not fcruple to that the very being of that of that of that for which we have aeen fo long is now at They would mfeare your tell it is ordinary and to be decided by or dinary precedent and They artfully from moderate peaceable to times which are not and which ought not 0 be they folicit yonr fa they infift upon a rule of which excludes all idea of Letme be honoured with a few minutes of your to thofe who mean fairly to the liberty of the people which we all profefs to have in view lies within a very narrow you mean to defert that juft and honourable fyftim of which you have hitherto in hopes of obtaining from or from the a full redrefs of and a fecurity for the think the caufe defperate and will yon that you fo to pfc of this beyour will aft confidently with in g profefs to be unacquainted i n J ta however is but a finall the Alter ruining the Surveyors for aflang without the you attacked the warrant You declared it was and in a fit of frantic that it never fhoulJ be You upon that in fhe grant of the Rangerfhip of Whittkbury made byCharles the with a modefty that would do honour to youare plealed to call yuur anceftor to one of his from whom I make no of your defcent the property of the timber is veiled an the have examined the original and in the face of the pub contradift you direclly upon the The very of what you have aflerted upon your is the The and by a particular referves the property of the timber for the ufe of the fpite of this defiance of the reprefentations oi the perfed mockery of the no torious diftreffes of the Englilh and thofe equally preffing and almoft equally notorious ne ceffities of your pious the mat ter Lords of the ireafury recall their warrant the deputy Surveyor is ruined for doing his John whofe name I fnppufe is ofFenfive to you fubmits to be browiteaten and infulted oaks keep their ground King is and the navy of Englanc may perifti for want of the bed and fineft timbe in the And all this is fubraitttd appeafe the Duke of Grafton gratify the who has involved the King and his king dom in cenfufion and and like a treacherous deferted his Sovereign in thi midft of it There has been a ftrange alteration in you fince you thought it advifeable rob the Duke of Portland of his in or der to ftrengthen the intereft of Lord Butes fon befoie the laft general Nullum tempus occurit was then your boafted and the cry of all your hungry Now it a grant of Charles the Szcond to one his baftards is to be held facred and inviolable It muft not be queftioned by the Kings fervants nor fubmitted to any interpretation but your own this was not the language you held when it fiiited you to infult the memory of the glorious deliverer of England from that deteited fa to which you are ftiil more nearly allied in principle than in the name of decency and what are your Graces merits either with King or that fhould intitle you to aflume thisdomineeringauthority over both it the fortunate consanguinity you claim with the Houfe of Stuart it the fecret fpondence you have for fo many years carried on with Lord by the afliduous affiflance of your creamcoloured nat your gallantry find fuflicient employment for by which acquired the tender Ihip of LwdHampton is it only that won Bat he acted As fuch I proteft as a Magifbatci as a pubHc man fpeak tf I fee his name in a againft one of your Remonftrances to the has doneevery thing rn power to deftroy the freedom of popular eledions in the by publishing the poll upon a former occafion and I in that he has diftinguifhed by flighting and thwarting all thofe public meafures which you have en gaged in with the greateft and hitherto thonght moft worthy of your his paft what conclufion will you but that he will ad the fame part as Lord which he has invariably aded as Alderman and Sheriff He cannot alter his without conlefiing that he never aded upon principle of any fhould be forry to injure the cha rader of a who perhaps may be honeft in his by fuppofing that he can never concur with you in any political meafure or on the other you mean ti perfevere in thofe refolutions for the public though not always are always ho your choice will naturally incline to thofe who whether they be in other re fpcds are moft likely to coopenate with you in the great purpofes which you are determined not to relinquifh queftion is of what metal your inftruments are but they are adapted to the tuork bave in band i The honours of the in thefe are im becaafe called a reiuarli You mean HOI merely to but to Are Crcfy and Sawbridge likely to exe cute the extraordinary as well as the crdinary duties of Lord Mayor Will they grant you CommonHalls when it lhall be neceflary Will they go up with remonftrances to the King i they firmnefs enough to meet the fury of a venal Houfe ef Commons they for titude enough not to fhrink at hnprifonments Have they fpirit enough to hazard their lives anc fortunes in a if it mould be neceffary with a proftitute thefe queftions can fairly be anfwered in the your choice is Forgive this paflionate lan am unable to corred fubjefi comes home to us is the language of my To IT has been ufual for you to attack private cha radurs on fuch that though you were yourfelf fatisfied of the falfehood of yet they were not of a nature to be clearly and dif tindly explained to the It is not fo with refped to the laft illiberal attack you have made on the Duke of The timber in the fpreft of Whittlebury is ly and indifputably veiled in the and the RighTof felling it has repeatedly been The right to the underwood is as clearly veiled in theDukeof las to Herbage at the prqper periods in the In the late attempt to cut down the timber in that Deputy Surveyor was flopped by order froi Ae became die felling of the timber would de ftroyed all the and of courfe injured private property and would deprived the neighbourhood of ihe cdmmonage for nine The timber will not long be withheld from the public fervice J it has been preferved for that purpofe with an attention aad integrity perhaps not equalled in an any orhej Royal It will now be felled as each coppice comes ia courfe of as is the univerial aH overtW wherfe timber grows with unv denvood and the Duke of eftate will be very eonliderably benefited by the Fall of from an ATTORNEY on the to bis MISTRESS My dear TH E circuit is now at an and tfie Judges and Lawyers on their return home j jut no fentenced at the affixes to franfoor could have been in more wretched pitght than your humble fervant for I can Tafely mak6 each day I behold not your lovely is to me dies the las ferved me with an attachment from yout jright more dreadful than a green waxpro cefs he has taken my heart into cuftodyi and will net accept of Unlefs yoa allow my I muft be nonfnited in a caufe I have fet ny heart Why will when I pine tiopes of a fpeedy hang me after by frivolous dtlaysj which tend only Jto jain t By your I am as far from bringing my caufe to a as before I commenced my You ftilj delay giving in year which is abfolately againlt Ae praftice of all I would willingly quit the fattefb client to attend yotrf would yod Eut fubmit to a reference and fHould pfeer att Attendance at the to thofe of in I ftand in great need of an able Council td move my fuitj while I am That fly your has taken my I betraye my She ever preferring fome crofs which protracts and yet I do not being ready and wiJ Ijifisotfe you in a gaod this jny adminiftrators and by in whict you ihall nominate To fave my clerk ihall engrofs and it lhall be perilled by your own it being left as vaftjy preferable the title of femme convert e is tcJ1 of a But you ftill anfwer Ihort alt my interiocutary If I fhould but once obtain a leading order to try my titlef by even ajniry of your own I amceftain I ftiould obtain a verdidin my and reco ver colts againft for I have a got4 adion for and lofs of though upon the I do not think I could find in my heart ta ilfue a againft or put you into anjf Court but that of You have equity in your own breaftj and front thence I hope for Decree but for and the flf eflbign be that of your own nup tialsj and the eve of the lafting felicity ofi Dear Tear bumble SnppKcant and Far B i N a L EYS A DOQGEREt PARODVbn law Treatife on the Gout The DdQor 5f Cadogm in the Kitchen addrefled to all invalids and readers of a late DUTertation on tiie By a OT7R thro havinggrown He htxt don proceed of to fpeak Our appetites quicken and We of luxury now want the whip and tfie Thus friend provokes and a moment thats jojtouij May produce a for ever annoy From plain decorations on when We never fufpeft Sny fo I and rinegar Are quite aS linvvholeiiome as I 5 And the main ftaff of our h6 dees callj No no the worft thing of alii All loafers of or hell That eat it with and Will find ill effeds and no dbufitj Their prudence fticnild tell eat it without But alas thofe are fubjefts on which therei noreasnihgj For youll ftill eat your iti feasning what is far his Yonlt make for your hare and your veal a goodfluffing j And 1 if a leg of good ntutton you With fauce of vile mutton youll fpoil i on a chop if you but That pickles you all piSifons the fauce and provocatives thus you will fip No wonder oare plagued with a Hiccup And as you t6 A mouthful of cheefe ij the belt thing H queftion j In Gath do not nor in Alkalon blab ic Youre fthdly forbidden to eat a Welch rabbin Good hi whats very queer He prohibits all excepting finall beer Objsrfts 19 their hints feas ufing emt We may if we to the age of Yc hemeWardbound indiamcnftroud you coud hear ah At fome foreign port Jand your ahd One pint of foft that liquor Is far than hogflbeads of wine i But for companys the Doflors a trirhmer I will dwak to hit health in a good brhnmtn   

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