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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - November 23, 1771, London, Middlesex From November to S A T U R D A November LONDON Printed for SINGLED in by Letters POSTPAID are received and fold at near the Chapter Pauls S I fcems to To the HE worthy inhabitants of Dukes and its en are very jaftly alarmed i at the perfecution which that Jbarpfabted Jnftice threaten to the whole nation of the It is to be wifhed his Worfhip would at tend a little to the policy of this mercantile coun which encourages people of all religions and perfuafions to fettle among Whoever is tolerably read in the modern Hiftory of the Jews for I mean not to fpeak of the antient muft have that the whole body of the Jews differ as jnuch from the Chriftians in principles of mora lity as in articles of faith they give no more cre dit to the doftrine of Chrift than to his divinity Hence we find them more diligent in the fervice of Mammon than a and carnally bowing theknee to the Golden But as the mercan tile policy of this country induces us to bear with their profeffed enmity to it muft with equal reafon lead us to a toleration of their ha to his doftrine and it fhould not be forgot that this worldly wife people mew a prudent re in to the municipal They very rarely appear at the Bar of Hickss Hall or the Old They feldom break open houfes when the burglary is com it is not inconfiftent with their morality to take a fhare of the They fteat no but their crucible is ready to receive They pick no but will convey the trinkets and Bank notes to their fraternity jn They are accomplices to no fervant that robs his but are ready with their almoft in every to carry off and fell when If a Chriftian cannot pay his the by the affiftanceof Weftminfter plun ders the iaiblvent and rebs the creditor of his fecurity and though he has not more in the world than the prefent hire of his he makes the Judges believe he is worth any fum he beyond what will pay his juft debts as if the Judges had the wilful blindnefs of they give him credit to the extent of his though it is contradided by the affidavits of twenty credible The Jew is feldom known to trade as a fhop ytt wherfe vvhore ftock of mer thandize has fcarcely exceeded a bundle of pen a fcore rolls of or two dozen of watch makes as good a figure amongft the Lift of a bankrupts as the moft of tentatious hopkeeper of If the bankrupt is judged undeferving his they will fecure it for him and if he wifhes to embezzle his effects at the hazard of his they are ready to take a fhare of the If a highwayman robs at they will prove him to have been in Cornwall when the faft was They can hang the man that was and refcue the highwayman from the fa tal And as to thofe hives that have made any ho they gained it not in the way of but as and extortioners j they ply about the Poyal Exchange for the laft or the pound of of the unfortunate merchant they open their ufurious bags to tempt the unthinking and extravagant or fpread their nets for gamblers at lend upon douceurs to extravagant However the principles of fuch a people differ thofe of any civilized if they are the principles of whom we they may expect the fame indulgence to their mo rality that is given to their religion and though it fhould be that the Jews who robbed Hutchins may be punifhed without any in fradicn of the Toleration Aft as it will be too to contend for an impunity in the breach of municipal though we may for the evafion the refentment of the public fhould not be roufed againft the perfons of the Jews for a difference of opinion in SIMON an infamous informer and an impudent robber datgged to the public But in the other I own I expefted the Duke of who have no regard for nor any fenfe of feem as hear tily pleafed with Sir James Lowthers wdlde ferved as if it did not conftitute an example againft The unhappyBa ronet has no even amdng thofe who re femble my arc not yet reduced to fo deplorable a ftate of Every villain in the kingdom is your friend in compliment to fuch I think you fhouid fuffer your difmal countenance to clear my am a little anxious for the confiftency of your You violate your own rules of when you do not Jafult the whom you have The divine juftice of retribution feems BOW to have begun its Deliberate treachenr entails punifhment upon the traitor There no poffibility of efcapiag even in the higheft to which the confent of fociety can exalt the meaneft and worft of The un natural union of Luttrell and was tn omen of another unnatural by which in defeafible infamy is attached to the Houfe of November SHIP Came down and failed the Blue and for for Jamaica Ray and Meor for Dub Arrived and remains with the Prince Eaft and the from Wind North North L O N D VvMisn the laft mefTenger left the Duke of Gloa with difpatches for his Royal though greatly was ftill fo weak that his phyficiaivs judged it unfafe for j The fame Robert Efq of Queen to Mifs Sarah of William of only child tf Mn in Charlss at the Fortarie of to Mifs Robinfon of the fame The fame Thomas Efq to Miis both of Hatton The fame d John cheefemongerj of to Mifa Elizabeth of fame g If one of thofe was and the beft of I think is happily rewarded for it by the Your it bcrs been had fome haft in recommending Colonel Luttrell to the or was it pnly gentle who made himfelf anfyerable tor the good behaviourof friend An intimate connexion has long fubfifted between him and the worthy Lord It arofe from a fortunate fimilarity of principles cemented by the conftant mediation of com mon friend Mifs Yet I confefs I fhould be forry that thexvppro brious inramy of this match fhould reach beyond the have now a better reafon than ever to pray for the long life of the beft tf and the welfare of his Royal will not mix any thing ominous with my prayers j but let Parliament look to A LuttreU fhall him to continue his route till he fhould gam more of Bifltopfgateftreet hefpentthe never fucceed to the Crown of If the hereditary virtues of the family dfeferve a king Scotland will be a proper retreat for The next is a moft remarkable iftftance of the goodnefs of The juft law of retali ation has at laft overtaken the content tyrant of the To this foninfaw of deareft friend the EarJ of yoru meant To transfer the Duke of Portlands property and haftened the with an expedition un known to the that he might have it time enough togive a decifive turn to the election for the f he immediate confequence of this flagitious robbery was that he loft the which you meant to infure to and with fuch fignal circumstances of aiid in to fay nothing of the general exultation of all parties excepting the Kings brotherin law Colonel LuttreHk and old Simon his fatherin law hardly ever fell upon a Gentleman in this In the he lofes the very of which he thought he had gotten poireiRon and after an which would have piid the value of the land in queiiion times The forms of you are necef fary to its fucce Hereafter you will adt with rcater and not drive fo direftly o your Tofiatch a beyond the each of common is an not a And my good does not your con cious heart inform that the juftice of retri mtion begins to and that it may foon approach your perfon Do you think that Ju nius has renounced the Middlefex election Or hat the Kings timber fhall be refufed to the Navy with impunity Or that you fhall icar no more of the fale of that patent to which you endeavoured to fkreen by fud denly dropping your profecution againft Samuel ftrengtli The from Dominica to Li is loft near The John and from New cattleto was loft the i4th working through near It is faid a fcheme is foon to be proposed to the Court of Kings by the which will effectually put a flop to the infamous practice of The Prefident of the College of is juft arrived in the from He is faid to have come over at the defire of the to further the fettlement of a Bifhap in A B is arrived from who is faid to have amaffed above one hundred thoufand pounds by a monopoly of rice and to which mo it is was chiefly owing the late ter rible and affecting famine in that which nearly unhappy people loft their Who would wifh the enjoyment of riches at fuch a price at a blank was the firft drawn and as fuch entitled to and 4008 were drawn prizes of i oo prizes of Prizes of each 36z88 Late laft Saturday night a Welch drover came to Sir John Fieldings called his clerk out of aad gave him aa account that he had been about One oclock thatday a liitle oil this fide in by a highway of his and ia even he faid he had received for fhcep and To his Grace the Duke of G R A FTO W HAT is die my when almolt every man in the with diftinftion of principles or in tne ridiculous defeat of Sir James When good and bad men unite in one common opinion of and triumph in his as if the event without any reference to vice or virtue were interefting to human your Grace alone fhould appear fo miferably depreffed and nflifted In fuch univerfal I know not where you will look for a compliment of unlefs you appeal to the fympathtic for rows of That creamcoloured gentlemans affecting as they carry conlbhtion along with He never like an April with a lambent ray ol funlhine upon his the feel ings of honeft upon this joyful occafion I do not mean to draw any conclufion ts your They naturally when they fee a finglc inftance of tyranny refitted with of ircjrchery expofej to ihp gf the when the rule againft him was madeab believe indeed there never was fuch an nftance in all the hiftory of negative But it fhall not fave The very funfhine you live in is a prelude to your When you are you fhall be I beg you will convey to our gracious Vlafter my humble congratulations upon the glo rious fuccefs of Peerages and fo lavilhly diftributed as the rewards of Infh On feeing the KING at the INSTALLATION at Drury Lane GARRICK to view brings dull old To fnew us ancient Kings kept Foor Our modern GEORCE fuch idle mockry For He keeps none about bis Court but H the Middlefex and a late OF Luttrdls it is truly aid The ftrangeft fates their own The peoples rights they firft attack che cumftances attending the robbery appearing Very and the clerk doubting the troth of the ftoryf he was defired to call again in the morning to make his information upon called on the Sunday and made oath of thtfrob Whillt Sir John Fielding was sxamining into the a perfon came to the and told that the drover owed to a countryman of with whom he was to have come to town on the Saturday morning from Mar but avoided his company by fome fri volous Thiscountryman was when it appeared that he and his horfe exactly an fwered the defcription given by the of the highwayman and his horfe but the drover de clared that was not the man that had robbed Some altercation then followed between the dro ver and the which making the im pofture very Sir John ordered the dro ver to be committed but exhorted him firft to reflect within himfelf what would be the confe quence of his pejfifting in a falfhood upon and to tell the real truth upon which he fell on his and acknowledged that he had not beenrobbd but that it was a between them which they had agreed upon before they came out of in order to fuel the Hundred for the rrtoney which the Hundred is obliged to make good to any prrfon robbed be tween funrifing and if the robber be not apprehended for the executing of which fcheme the countryman had put into the drovers and this with fome other amounting in the whole to about hadvbeen told over in the prefence of the landlord of the inn where they had lain the night and another in fuch an artful manner as made them believe there was after this they went out of the houfe and he returned the countryman all and foon afterwards the with the other fet off for leaving the drover to follow that he might pretend he was robbed of the They were ordered to find fufficient bail for their appearance at the next Quarter in A few days comb maker and in the to Mifs of Win Gar to Mifs of Picca Daniel Efq of South Audleyftrcet to Mifs of Jamess Richard cafe makery in to Mils Ann of The fame Richard to Mi fa Peggy Smith cf the fame The fame George tfq of to Mifs only daughter of Francis The fame William Efq of in perfect beaith with feveral neigh of Hull ofthe Leefon in Grof Lady relift of Sir Petef at Law cUeft daughter of Thomas The fame in FehfcDe pontesi The fame in The lame many years mafter of the Britiih fchool on Clerlc enweil at Efqj a Ruffia and a Gover nor of moft of the publick charities iti Francis Efq of tbeiiland of A few days on journeyjo Andrew Efq of at Clerken aged a maiden at relia of Jfeac Lindoj The lame in George The fame John Mr print the corner of The fame in WeftminHeis Jehu furgeon and at aged Philip at the Royal The merly a commander in the India Companys His Excellency Williant Efq Governor has pub1 lifhed a dated whereby it is that his by feveral orders in Council at Stj bearing date the ijth day of June beeapleafaii with the advice of his to declare hisdifallowanceof two ads paffed by the legifla tnre of that provfncer onetifwhich pafiediH u An acl courts in the feveraf counties ra this for the trial of caufes of and under The other paffed to explain arid amend an aft of the General an aft for the relief of insolvent and for other purpofts therein O N D A November From the LONDON GAZETTE of Ytfttrday arrivtdtbe Mailfrcm Laft night about half au hour after nine as the King was return ing to his Palace from the houfeof Prince Czar torinfkij Grand Chancellor of the hie Majefty was attacked by a party of fix Coafede commanded by at the corner of the ftreet of the facing tie Palace of the Bifhop of Cracovvk The King Was not as by his guard of 12 he was attended only by fome pages and IQ of Half The Confederates immediately their carbines the baMsof which went through his Majeitys The who were Handing behind the coach with flam defcended immediately to defend thedocri of the carriage 5 when one of them received dangerous a wound that he died a few hoars ft and the other was terribly wounded with feveraf cuts cf a One of the pages and endeavour ing to preferve the life of their were very roughly handled by tae who ac length earned off his whole hat was found bloody en the This event conlternation and tarror through the jyhole city none knowing what was become ofthe or whether he was killed or only perfon wasnow in motion the ths Po liih and the Lithuanian guards took and ilroug patroles paraded every where during the whole We are that Koczwifki had taken aa oath at with 25 ether Confederates to deliver up the King dead or alive to the Con federates j his Majefty having been to he thers met with fome Ruffian pi Here feized with or with begged the Kings and propofed to fave him he part of his men to face the and ths other to advance on the other fide tq keep a lookout j he then took the opportunity of retiring way wiih the King into the thkktft part of tie wood of where after a moft painful march for an amid ft the darkoeia of his Majefty had the good fortune to taka refuge in a mean cottage near from whence he fcnt orders to Goccejlto coffli to hun at the head of a dcuchaicnt of
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