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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - November 9, 1771, London, Middlesex From November U R D A Koverntier 1771 B i G Y V J of tbt Hijhry of a tfytge to tfr Ma louine or Falkland in and under the Command ef de Bou in order to form there andofttuo foyages to the Streigbts witb an Account of the Patagonians Tran jlatedfrom Dam PerWtyj Hiforical written in E are ftill fo imperfectly ac quainted with the fou them he that a voyage that part of the world never fails of exciting the expectation of important conference to the The in is deeply interefted in an expedition he will gready our knowledge of the ani mal and vegetable The fpecula tive philofopner rejoices at the profpect of ob taining new information concerning the opinions and manners of people who have been bred up in total ignorance and barbarity while the po litician is felicitous for the difcovery of a Terra which may extend the commerce of his From the laft thefe motives this de Bougainville was After the ceffion of all Canada to at the conclufion of the laft he conceived de ign of indemnifying France for that ifpof by a difcovery of the fouthern and thofe large iflatjds which lie A perufal of Lord Anfons voyage round jt fqggefted to him tne propriety of atr tempting to explore the Malouine and form a fettlement The project being Communicated to the French was ap To carry into de JJongainville cauJeH a frigate and a iQbgp to be built at Malo at his own expeajfc and ap plied Co poni the writer of ws to accompany him on the intended fet ail from September in the Eagle with a crew of a hundred in company with the Sphinx whofe crewconfifted of The observations inthe from tHe time they left till arrived at the iflaad of relate chiefjy to of which tha the the have been the moft aurnqpus ana The aotanit of the porpoife throws likewile fome nw fight on die natural hiftory of that Amrdft many Per nety is not exempted fault of in giving fometimes a minute detail of trifling The account of the Bap tifm of the which all thofe undergo who havenever before the per be reckoned a fuhject little worthy of re it being a farce univerfaUy performed in European fhips on that though not exactly in the fame Penety may be excnfed for giving it a place in his and we fliall prefent our readers with the account of tha ludicrous as far as regards de After a week and a folemn meflage from the la the important ritual This journal contains many particulars of the natural hiftory of the ifland of and of as well as xf the ciiftoms of the It would that the young women of Brazil referable thofe of aacient Lydia in point of incontinence before marriage but without acquiring their dpwries by as was the practice among the The fol lowing anecdote affords a ftriklrrg example of chaftity in one and the fame peo Among the the girls before mar riage not only give themfelves up and without any fcnfe of to unmarried but even their parents offer them to the firfl and carefs their lovers exceedingly in there is not one girl who is a virgin at the lime ofTirr On the other when they once given their which is the only ceremony on that oc they are no longer neither do they liften to any other The named which the voy agers faw performed at the moft lafcivious of all that ever were invented It is fo even to the Spaniards of and become fo common among that we are informed it has been introduced into their acts of and that they dance it in the and in their religious proceilions the nuns themfelves fcarce ever fail to dance it upon a ftage erected in their oppolite to the which is lef that the people may partake of the but they do not admit men to dance with The following is a description of bacchana lian It is danced to inftrumental as well as voca by by feveral perfons together They are alldifpofed in two one before the the men bppofite to the Thofe who grow ai well as the form a circle round the the Some one jof the dancers irngs a the chorus which is the with i ping of AH the dancers keep t arms half raifed turn oj contortions with their advance f two feet or thereabouts of one then fall back in time till the found of the or tone of them Then they ftrike their bellies one againft another two or three times and whirling tp faaie motion over with which are ex tremely indicated by the foundof the inflrument or Sometimes they mix their turning round two or three continuing to ftrike themfelves upon the and to kifs each without being in the lejlft out of The account of the gigantic jftatureof correfponds with what has bean lated by Commodore Byron on that the indelicacy of their appetite appears to pj pdrtiodable to their They devoured pernodaoie to tneir ineyaevonreocan dles with great and were wjtK the oil of S V In this de Bougainville had good fortune to arrive fafe at the Malouinev Falkland ifland of which hehad gone in But no Hefpsrian plains rewarded toils of the The Savannahs muft remain uncompenfated and the u the may be reckoned Equally w that of the brave Sir Walter failed with ardent hopefor the golden mines de Bougainvilles laudable 1 though not productive of the cojnrnerciaJ advantages expected from has proved the raeani of dicovering a fingular race of whofe formerly The Journal likewife contains many obfervations ragardingnatjral and the editor feems to have fpaicd no the work with accurate pLns and After it be that this reqjencly1 and foine parts lave realon to be rea by the ingenious whofe de Bougainvilles round the world For BINOLBYS ANECDOTE of LEWIS EING a dabbler in one had compofed a with how he himfelf and Ihew the Dulce de Read that and give us your becaufe I of taken a to I am continually pcftVred with itrfes did you ever fee fuch a filly piece of ri The Marihal having read the The King has for with afit of the Prince Ferdinand has m Your Majefty is known to judge di of every thing never did I fee j aay fo filly and impertinent to be ad ijled the whoever tlae author he muft be eiapty replied the I know no name that fits him fo faid the I am delighted to the very at your giving me your opinion of it fo for the author is no other than what an impofition your Majefty will tfe pTeafed to give it me again I did IjuK Jkir it my dear like firft fentiments are ever moft Lettre dje Mi For BINGLEYS Of the POWER of AD ELL one of the firft fiddles fo charmeda young Lady of and by his exqujfite that he ran away him to The young Ladys guardian inftantly laid his commands on a Gentleman who was Carting to haften away to and revenge the injiiry in the of the jhe his arrival at enquiring af ter is that the very next he is play fome folos at certain repairs bent on revenge but s which had kindled the flame of love in the breaft of totally extinguiftied in the injured ic and privately fends notice to his j at the fame time to the matStradella had fudHenly left t acquainting any one how he farther in todupofe of TUNIUS engages to make good his charge J again ft Lord Chief Juftict fbme ime before the meeting of in order that the Houfe of Gommens if they thirjk make it one article in the impeachment of thefaid Lord Chief jf Jbort of new The Fairy performed on luefday night Garden For BINGLKYS ABOUT forty years ago a worthy Ecclefiaftic was fent to prepare ahighwayman for death but being mut up with himin a little he perceived the wretch to be quite ab and that all the fervour of his ghoftly ad monitions made faid do you confider in a few you are to appear before God Can any thing draw away your thoughts from fuch a tremendous concern Very Father but I cannot forbear think ing that it is in your power to fave my life and fuch a thought may well divert my attending to your pious I fave your life faid the Religious how fo and were it my power would I run fuch a and thus put you in the way of adding to you r crimes If that be all that hinders faid the you may take my word my prefent fituation will bea foffi cient warning to me againft fuch for the The Religious and the queftion how to go about the The chapel had only one and that above fifteen feet from the faid the male let your chair on the which we can eafily move clofe to the wall under youll get upon the and fromyour fliall be within reach of the The Religious clofed with the expedient and having fet every thing to compofedly feated again in his At the end oj three hours the executioner impatiently knocks at the and it being thunders wheres the criminal i Criminal I it muft have been fome anCwers Religious very gravely by the out of that high win dow did he take his The being a lofer by the after aflting the Re ligious whether he pretended to make a fool o ran to inform the of repaired to the where the man of Goc was ftill and pointing at the fe renewed his that the crimi nal had taken his flight that way ing upon him as an he could refrain from offering up a prayer to him befides were he a which he not fcarce conceive after what he had feen him he was not made to be the keeper of The Judges unable to keep their countenances at the gooc mans wilhed the angel good am The man begged his way to a diftant part o where ae had eight children and lived ingreat which he obtained by dt Madam du danger forfoine days and inflarnmation of the He has to take any fo that ive have no but from feme happy which may on a free The Countefi Lady of Count Ambaflffipr from Spain at this died here laft aged thirtyeight SHIP Noveniber Came down and failed with thfe Cruizer the Star and for Venice for Scwth Carolina Cranvile for the Gramdes j Dtfke of and for Leghorn j for Penfa cola for Honduras Prince for Jamaica for BilbM Marquis of firan for Arrived reniains with the liis Jtfrjeftys brig Wind L O N The following is his Majeftys gracious anfwer to the Addrefs of the Houfe of Commons of GEORGE His Majefty with fatisfac the loyal Addrefs of the ftToufi of Com and thanks them for tHcir affectiontie congratulations on the increale of his Royal Fa His Majefty a nw proof of their Zealand dauful to hts perfou their allurance of granting the necsflary fupplies for the public Cervix aad fees with pleafure that they are determined roufV their utmoftendeavours to put an top to fuch illegal outrages as have been htely com mitted in fome parts of Their attention to important ob the Linen Minufackareand ter will always be his Ma and they maydepend his Conurrence in whatever fhajltend to promote the propriety of his kingdom of Bya letter from Jamaica there is that the Spaniards frequently their underpjeteace or thir carrying on an and exaoiifle with regarat firft fcene is with the inoon beautifully and ahappy A callstohis and is anfwered by which comprifes a beautiful duet between Mattocks and At laft other fatyrs enter with Sitenusv They hold afhort lead ng to an of the main till the rock and difcovers the of eorges and the great orders in a fyIvans at the rouzed by a catch from the reprove their mpatience tp fee the contained and bid them amufe themfelves with and till the due which amufemehts are improved by the arrival of wood nymphs and the firft part of the mafqne concludes with a perfpedlive view of the infide of the and a fpirited chorus of Long live the King The fecond part epens with a view of the Lower CJurt of Windfor the Round and outfide of diapel Ae Fairy King and Queen enter with theif after a mufical eulogium on the Prince and his introduce the proceflionof Knights Knights and tbte to the whichclofes the fecand the the fairies finging and dancingin honour of and advancement the and his to the companion fhip of the order After a characterise affording mirthv they van i Hi and the infide of Hall is The the Knights and and the ceremonies at the dlnner accompanied with proper conclude the had almoft forgot to mention the defcent of an ad mirable figure of finely executed by reft them fsy ner and people of afthoo one of their inien of and put them for ing away fome of the WdtTnlia i took the cargo out of the wi pers they releafed an3 board their witaoirt any prdrjiiohs a few bifcuits and a little They reached Jamaica in five lit a and cbufd not learn the but fay flie was a iixty gun had nialry Irim S AT U R D A November Tefterday arrived the They write from that Neuman Pacha Seraikier has formed a defign of marching into Egypt againft Ali aad that he has taken 18 pieces of can non from thence fvW that All is now quiet in A letter fromSmyrna of the gth ad that Count Theodore Orlow and Count Giovanni went to cannonade Rhodes with one man of war of the fix and a bomb The man of war was much damaged on board of which was Count Gio was and obliged to and the bomb veffel could not get near enough to do any Thefe advices that the Ruf fian fleet has received 17 fhips laden vvirh provi fioas and a fuIlldaU of and thatthp tartlersj to the number1 of 32 merrj Were carried to fchodner was at the fame rjbligeij to tut and fearing factuld fhare fome t Laft on a ntotibh in 3ie Court of given for twotriads OH Ithe 2othand zift in order finally te determine the caufe between his Gracetlie Duke of and Barfc touching the property of a great eftatc in the county of A letter from in October Yefterday morning the fliip of Richard was dafhed on the rocks of went to The mate and five of ths crew were the Captain and fix others She was with an 1 hempr and bound for The iron and it is will be Thefailors were dafhed out of the fhLp and drowned in our view without our being able to give them any A Spanifh of war taken a Barbary Corfair in the and carried herinto Barcelona there was another in but the fecondbroadiide Jhe fame Ihot went through her and fhe The London from to is got carried into the har bour of At Newmarket Houghton Meeting on Monday the 4th Lord Farnhams paid forfeit againft Blakes 4000 guineas half No crofEng Lord Clerrnonts by won again Veroons col by both thtee years from the Ditch Pigots Pdpe won againft Marchs 800 guinea Lord GrofvenorsFair 8ft againft Lord Farnhams jll from the Ditch to the turn of the Lap half croffing
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