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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - November 2, 1771, London, Middlesex From S A T U R D A November i ifif f tf R DAY tfoverribef J U N I U INCE you felfto be have ccmfefled your the writer of Phjlo make no apology v for addteffipg you again e whh treati on un accufe me whh i foal treating yon un retort the acfcu and prove yoor want candojjr to It wmhe neceffity of a prefs and hot its which I i nw called in queftion the legality of prtf fine feamenrOfl the I in a for mer admitted the as now by ufcge part of the commons of the I had therefore nothing to do whfi facile Fofters argument upon the legality of prtfung urilefs in his former let had thus exprefied himfelF I haye read Jucge Fofters argument upon the legality of prelling feamen and I am fo much convinced 1 by it of the legality of the and the in expediency of abolishing that I conclude there is no remedy in the nature of things for the grievance complained Had you delivered yourfelf to that you for your have referred me judge Fofter j bat you reafoned in a far different man yon I fee the right founded on necef reply to the paragraph oif Jbnr a body of kepHn coirftaat payVw prefs the and diftrefe far does the occafionaj fijdden prefs of all when their hipsareready toputtto In the firft the burthen on tradfc to wards d ner which fuperfedes all I fee it eftablifhed by ufage and ad mitted by more thanatacitaflent of the 1 conclude there is no remedy in the nature of things for the grievance complained 11 of for if there it muft long have been It was in anfwcoto thefe words that I affirmed you did not mean to inveftigate You ought to have fliewn the neceffity was aad could not be prevented you ought to have pro ven that no tranfmitted to from the antient arbitrary government of our Kings had been lately declared iliegaWbefore you madex yeur hafty I agreewith in your that general warrants and prefs warrants have little or BO to each The firft the perfoiw and property of the as well as of poor and every member of the thecaft of Mi the expenccj lent be but fmall in a the prefent demand for the Royal Fleet would tut He Felt 1y the mercaifctUe fhips x f In the fecond the ftroke is Belief The fliigs are tnen detained in pqrjtatan extraprdinary unfbieCeen their cargoes by that etfjenceare faifed IQ their original epl the market for hp faje pcrhapq loiMjythe detention of the fhips and if thofe fhlps vare bound to to which they can fail only particular feafoiw of the their voyages loft and both the fhips and their with the intereft on their prime remain dead weights in the mer chants A feaMvords andI have irre when ypn fay I talk with wonderful fndjfference the that body of feataen kept in coaftant binding army for the defence of Our except what is abfolutely requifite for our and to guard the body of our reft of the I itill might give place of men for I lift in our militia as much asioraw recruits4 Our armyin a few wifl be The Printer is with the ref pecltl lave for your and the casfein which you too often unguardedly Impute the fmall affiftance I offer in the fupport of our liberty to airy defign to detract from the merits of your I am With unfeigned Juniuss wellwilher and An Advocate in tbt Caufe of the to oft the the entirely of tbt ear A it is fupported bythenchon tvre j firft that if thev do net raifc f fliey muft procure them and pay a bounty pot of their paffe the vfecpftd 4at no rich man fbrefees hrlhevcaftom any ger tt hynfelf tHbugh Preft Warrants hfcve you and refitted in a thoufaridinrlanceSj it does not follow that with ft fair No preffed man was ever tried by bis I mean by free men equal to him in ftation of life he is tried and condemnedby or wfeo can have ho fcdings for his I foiae jtruly of who lately tad fu nobly flood forth the defenders ol the li berties of fellow conduct I that Pref Warranjcs can be fe 1 lifted by thefe who are willing to grant protecHpn to the injured If then we admit the Hfe of them from antient cultom to be we muft alfo acknowledge it is repugnant to the modem notions of the nghts of Qurttio and 1 may pur ideas of liberty do aot admit of force or violence to be the meaneft of bur fellow fubjefts to detain but by the ocprqfs declaration of the written laxv of the or by received as by the long continued affentand nonrrefiftanceof the We cannot fay Prefs Warrants have ea tirely that fandion A man detained by Prefs Warrant has not forfeited his liberty by the comnuffion any crime he has tranfgrefled no rule of cPn loft laid down him he is prifoner at the arbitrary will of the he and that is accounted to him a iitfficiait Tht legiflature at leaft overToofc him as unworthy attention no declaratory law unmade for its Klief aad the of an an dent arbitrary continued to thefe How i iLali he for difcontinu and reiftance of the Xuch as fraciifed by the patriotic magiftrates of London t and render a i Warrant both ineffeclual But Junius will tell me this is all but idle unlefs I to hinvforac ainft the gifevanee complained pr a pre ferthe of the t 1 fhbuld it to if a news paperUcjbcme was moft ready to ineet But Juntas mttft knoivliow averieminUUra to adopt any fcheine that does come forA lyay propoied tmi iflthe meet aritiL Je firft anpjfnred of by a noct of rainjfteiiaf tf the whole labour of the prefs is thrown upon angle which a difcuffion of ettrtrf qoeftipn whatfoeveris fie is for his cer tainly has a right to chufe his s to the Game to dedard that they are ftf the fjpeft that are oppteffive ind the1 fpirit of thejfavis with legal liberty thejJenaltiesimpofed bear no proportton to the nature of the of that the mode of and the degree and of evidence neceflary to not only deprive thefcbjeft the benefits of a trial by but are in themfeives and the laitaegree arbitrary add in the late afts to drJkiBine game between tkpart of Iwould hambli i inguiihtd their extravagance aqd pernicious If thefe ternii are fi to make the in behalf material oa which his opinion or as a Jynitu righr of taxirte tie by all act of the righlr never to fa io appears the xvhich were employed ihat wot di rectly to our whole One of it be yieldedto ar without a virtual furrender of all the reft with regard to his t fhould be taken in his own and ftricily that comparifons mayfome thnes but prove nothing and in this an appeal to the is unfair and Junivj feels and acknowledges the evil id flie moftexprefa and will ftxew him felf ready any rational that iff for the liberty of the without liasjardiag the ftfety the At the fanje he expefls that fuch as it not or Iflgeneralj it Is uft Whea the rich rrian contributes his the poor man fhould ferve the ftfete in perfqa otherwife the latter comribotes nothing to the defence of diat law and from which he demands fafety and Bnt the queftion does not lye between nth arid The laws England make no fuch Neither w it true that the poor man is torn from the care and port of a wife and helpleft with5at hitni The queftion in oi public merchant in thu v andbythe exefgife of which he caa Gene fSmiiy ral arguments againil the and the dangerous be are of no weight infitudes the It creates a and all fofittve rights sauff jive ihe levy ty the was not neeeffaryj the bufinefs been as wefl or letter done in tiat of arbitrary That i judge of the ace told hdw can are other not npr ckngerous wi the conftilution or in what languagecan prefs himfelf is po to fay that he happened to be abfeat when thefe iftlh pafted the Houfe of It was fcrs duty to be Such Bills could rrevef have paf Commons without his 9ntwe very wellv know by rule he regu lates itis When that order was jlade inihe Houfe of Lords in the cafe of at which every Englifliman my honeft LordMaxlfield found by were in the Court of Kings Ke would tave done wohders in defence and pro perty The pitiful evalionis adapted to the cha by But JHHIU will never ffie example bad The between and itvoh o o lieiongs to Lord Juaiut difctaims and Avoiding to by A LspJ Chief juftict M A Jf Sf i J T the iaterceflion of of your coahtry you have and whom the Lord the Circaffiawj who being foipe of the of Londo n has K fufed bai 1 I do not mean to into an examination of the yeur condpft to the I you by you Werehot warrartt theftri the ftfelen goods were upon and hte hp guilty or much leftcould jjiercbe any prefumptioa 6F in in tp JUSXICB HvlANSPrktfij bV the 5bf not bail if ever fliould W to hall hear what Ydu have to iay for f I pledge Gpiajid my in proper aad to make good my againft jUNitisj To the N Tr whoever knows nothing of Heter even rant of its his ofiaal efV he prefumes to Cenfure tha Lord Chief Juftice on a fitbjeia wiich he hirnfejf does m the underftani In couhtryi SieftJtute of law and hasthis charapidn of conftittition pafted his when he not kmnu that the Lord Chief and other Judges Qf the C6urt Kings Bench bail in cafes not bailable ofrigbt though a how reafonable he has ho fuch A j 1 recotiimendea and plight to fpretfane that thing was done grounds inade It Neithei ias the UBfotiitnate man abufed He Cafeeia Buc boyiang irfniin hishayingHeDOBD ki JuhioX fo objeft to tKe jJT j i s of air tainCT Co pave but wiat he tjjj T an never nas been n of raifitig hrcoramefciarinteieft jn haveany jul caufif of there no ofnecefntylfor running t extravagancies andftlliesVvwSichffiourd eat part of the pirblic experfce fte mxe i ajaH fzlkh madejiibfervient KT and For every packtf hoonds for every or fpanieJi For every For every or jighrirtg coek Forevery 6r foreign fer out of livejy lo b o 5 o o o o biit For Cvejty other iniivery articjles might be as the taxing aAy of the necrf wqiiH ao they onlyrat zre Tuboiiiied to the coauaeratieh 61 cfur by An to SAT U RJD Yefterday Mfal from i S A Ruffiair drtacfenrent met with an un 41 IlIiAUSI yet maftersof Bafada inthe Crima it is 4f provifianiin thofe parts wifpre gran4 haf iSBtt injTuchii revent 4nxuflneoeflary alartf othersof interefted ia ftHi may be to whici happnei at thatiflanid bnthe jiptiSepCptaber 5 refted youj for ube iofernxation of the in itot ap pear advices whkh goverrtnrtrit has re ceiyed that da mage has or that any liyes haw been except a jNegroes killed by die fall of cfiutoies at Kjngftpn Port Royal ouir Alletter frotn by of gra46tis tfc of which keeps a niA exorbitant As the harveft has entirely failed Jterev and theft two fexportatwto of is to feared thatwei fiwlibe tball of famine this Yefterday about noon the Lord the M Sheriff Town at tra Jtnepw la iff celioV feaviiigjdeclared bf the dioicet aiod tiwp jft1 ufoal mail her
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