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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - November 30, 1771, London, Middlesex jr From November to December Printed for SINGLE in by Letters are received and fold at near the H E end language is to com municate the thoughts of one man to and thofe words are the moft valuable that ari fwer this purpofe with the greateft clearncfs anJ tt fuch is the poverfenefi of Jny country that in their of words they for the ch upon 4hofc whkh conrcy a con lW what is we look for the etymology of the word and was invented by the Greeks weakaefs of to brjng about his own pur perhaps quite contrary to their views j they in the toean rime thinking that they were afting very The author feems hitherto to have probability on his fide I am fare he had no f J Jefign that this fancy houlH be made I of a dedicated to thewor of all the we Ihould hardly expeft to it adopted here for the name of a Oxford where our licentious afled 2 a dedicated to the worOup of for whoerer has ever dipt into Ainfworth Sit the original figniacatioa of the word u no New Occafional on Appearance at the Opening of the Theatre Royal in Spoken by THE like continually Quick changing Characters of various You fee me now a tis not common find fuch Offices conferd on Woman But for a bleft with your conftant fa AT R D A November Arrived the mails from David Iflund was always vour e throngs battening and the moft dillant extre the to the where Sev croudjng and trampW on one S aTdoors for before they are then fit with the painful anxiety ot Sticks for hours all they are dif Sd to their like journey back again and let newthofe whotoemOre ia the centre of this and make attendance on thea i thief employment of their would It ften think of calling thefe places by the name woen we confider the Snal fufferings of thofe who frequent the fum theatre in the which in the taonths of July and has been compared fcr heat to tke Black Hole in One fhould Sink it ought rather to be called a or than i nor if we confider OrnzWhoftheword which is work or EMIT can we allow that the managers of the oppofite theatre have aded more propriety gr who would think of calling the place where fafliiongoj to idle and yawn away an 1 tony to hear jSajtfa aad the is not fuprited find a houfe in almoft every provided for thofe who cannot and thofc that will not called a iforkboMje or which is found in rooft of the public ftreets called a roundbovfe nor wiH as I wonder that I fubfcribe nvyfelfyour fiacwe HOSTIS To make fit Proclamation Ill O yes O yes Ye Patrons of the Mufes Tragic or as each one Your re tiring Now fluflid with now thofe hopes ex With Various doubts and fears hell foon And anxious at your great Tribunal as wants fortitude to But under the Dramatic cloak will For though in foreign climes he chofe to He has not yet forgot hittalk at home Liften he might to the Italian Sut not forget where Truth and Nature reigns Thompronsj and fpeares To pierce the deep recefles of the Tho treading claffic ground by zephyrs He wifhd himfelf to this lovd fpot That he might rummage oer dramatic And fpare no pains to give you STERLING plea fur es Select the good from the falfe from And bring the haryeft of his toil to You Root up each and rear each favourite And make amends for every idle Then fmce our Truant fhews fuch kind re Light fall your and gentle be your fen Let rival Theatres feduce the With the mock trumpery of Inftallationt Disgrace and debafe the And make a of the Stage To the TRUE DRAMA we befeech recal him And on the Thnne cfyour NsTAL him jutlgedto be farther than it is from It is now afcertained to be but 605 leagues from that and 680 leagues from LaUr mah of and Rofalia failed from CalUotbfi ibth of September andappear off that iflandthe i6th of Oilober Their approachdid not feem toinfpire bitants with either fear or Their firft principle that all men ate therefore there is no reafon to of each Several of them in to the andfwara to meet the poul and whidh of the herbs and After vrfiting David the Commandant took poflefBon in the name of thi King of jvith all military forma litiei that tend to command refpeiS from his new A crofs was immediately creeled to per petuate the memory that and the Ifland was named Dfcvid Ifland has fcarce 1000 inhabitants Their difpdfition is perfectly but heighth and ftrength renders them fit for Ae ftrongeft exercifes They are unacquainted with meals and which people they want and confequently arts are but little cultivated among They have no cutting inftruments and as they are ready lo part with any thing they are poflefled they as readily take any thing that gives them Men born in rude and favage are naturally of a ferocious A fertile which leaves nothing for the inhabitants to wifh foftens their and inclines them to hu This without the caufe of the fweet difpofition of inhabitants of David have poultry in great and products of the earth which require little They live in caves and grottoes under and worfhip ftone ftatues of a gi gantic 221 One Stephen Paris iKed lately at aged He retained all his except that of to the He en joyed an uninterrupted conrie of and was Angularly gay and SHIP Anecdote of the late Bijbop 3 H E R L o c great and learned f VHE perfon who communicates this had the honour for many years of knowing him in and the frequent pleafure of his com being often invited to dine with shanced one of the timci on a when the Athanafian Creed was appointed to be as he 2001 1751 or The ufually dined with gentleman wno p ulually dined witn the Bifhop on he did that As f i t omitted the ufual and beg Anecdote of the late wtchObfervatory a and of warm Perfons of his profeffion are often fup by the common W be capable of foretelling In this perfuafion a poor at who had been robI foon as dinner uid the fervants with bed at night of a large parcel of to her alI the Bithop you forgot the day Koft if forced to pay for came to 11 believe I think it was John the Baptift and with grfeat anxietyearnaftly requefted him to1 J 1 J We his to let her fcnsw where her things and who robbed The Doctor hap pened to be in the humour to joke he bid her he would fee what be could do perhaps he night let her know where ihe might find but who the perfons were he would not as Ike could have nopofitive proof to convict them it be He then fet about drawing cir to amufe her after fome told if Ihe would go into a particular that in fueh a part of in a dry fhe would find them all bundled up in a The woman and found came with great bake and joy to thank the and offered him half a crown as a token of being as he could The fur prifed told good woman I am hear tily glad you have found your but I aflure you I knew nothing of and intended only to joke with and fhen to have read you a lec ture on the folly of applying to any perfon to know events not in the humau power to tell but I fee the Devil has a mind I fhould deal with him I am determined I will not fo never or The reader ieemed ed his Lord hips pardon for the which he imputed to forgetfulnefs of the day and not to any The Bifliop flopped him as he was continuing his by lam not at all offended at your and if you always forget it I fhall never be forry I wifh it was left entirely to the option of the to life it or not and I fhould hope at length it would be entirely for it is And in many private I found his tordfbip to be of Clarke and Whiftons opinion in that Came down and remain wjjh the Aoftv for Oporto Wifliam and for Arrived and failed for from Wind L O N D O Extra3 of a fetter from 11 I could not fuffer the courier to with out the of acquainting that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucefter is fo far as to be able to bear the motion of the coach without affecting his and to dins with his company as We leave this place the 12th inftant for where our ftay may be about three weeks it is then a doubt whether wa make Florence in our way to or take it on our On Thurfday evening at his feat in Hamp the moft noble and puiflant Prince Henry Duke of Marquis and Earl of Vifcount and Baron Oharr dois of Knight of the His Grace is fucceeded in his honours and eftates by his only Marquis of The Right Thomas Earl of Weft and Baron whodied on Monday laft upon the death of the late without on he fuc ceeded to thofe being the next heir male J u o it a fiJfrm n n rr any to me any on fuch f i rV I 1 ELEEMOSYNARY AS the Thane hath ordered his myrmidons to pafs an aft to prohibit the Princes of the Blood Royal from marrying Englijh Would it not be proper in order to pre vent the commiffion of crimes of the filthieft and moft odious nature to have a claufe inferted in the faid to give them full liberty to debauch the and of Englijb fub Itnd any 10 me any oa iutu fcr I never will attempt fuch an affair again whilft I This ftory Flamftead told the late and learned his intimate from whom I have more than once heard To the I Here fend a which I took out of the firft leaf of a It was Britten in the year 1764 The words are thefe A in wbicb it is eajy to forefee that there ivill be great Retialutions in a few phd dl public dijiurbantes are enemies The authors fagaciiy fuggefted to while that in all probability Providence would make as the wickednefs of and A N E C D O ANY years when the Sache verel manifefted almoft as much and good as now diftinguifh the he was feconded in his orthodox labours by an eloquent of This laft gentleman had one amongft Publicans and exerted for many hours his utmoft abilities in defence of the The ale was ended before the and at laft he fet out to go In his way through jhe churchyard he flopped a moment for a ceffary purpofe very near the where falling on his face againft a he eagerly embraced it in his and d d d y y you o old fi 8 B Ill fupport defcendant of Sir Francis fecond furviving fon of firft Earl of by fole daughter and heir of Sir Anthony of in His Lordfhip married daughter of in and by her had iflue two Lord and the Henry Fane alfo two Lady and Lady Lord Burg now Earl of is Member in Parliament for Lyme which is now and married on March daugh ter and coheir of Lord Montague fecond fm of Robert Duke of but which Lady deceafed on he May the Right Lady Sufan Gor lifter of Duke of Advice is fail toLe received that the from Newfoundland to was loft the loth at the entrance of Dun and that every foul on board pe The of was driven out of the harbour ef Shields the ith and went npon the Stern were fhe was bro It was the Pack of Lumber that was met with at fca the loth of in 29 and 65 by the Druid loop of without any living foul on as mentioned in yefterdays Yefterday the arrived in Stangate from on board of which came paflerigers Admiral his and The great difpdts between the Duke land and Sir James b aid tahjawecbft oneofJhe parties The Lord Mayor has hisright to his gallery in the SeffiohHoofe iaao accord ingly the Jcey was fent to ham oa has been givento the Lord that there is a combination amongthe deaterviir coalso enhance the on account of the inundations Aat have lately happenedat New which they pretend have done fo much damage that they rnoft be fold at a before pretending there is buta fmall quantity in to prevent his intends to oblige every coal according to the power granted to the Mayorof London by the third charter of James to give himnotice before he unloads his coals what quan tity there to the intent that the Mayor may have a true eftimate how many coals brought to the port of which will enable his Lordihip and theCourt of Aldermen to fet the prices which aae fold by lowing competent clear profit the ac cording to the ftafute made lU for felling fea coals brought into the which 7th and 8th of William ismade j r Yefterday the new bridge was qpeneUfrom Batterfea to amidft theconcaurfe of many thoufand At noon the bridge wascrouded with people from one end to the in expec tation of feeing the ceremony of its being which was as A large number of workman to clear the way two foremen to fure the which appeared to be 759 feet one toll gate to the other two toll col leftors the clergyman of Batterfea the church wardens of ditto furveyors of the ditto overfeers of the poor the fuiveyors of the highwayj and overfeers of the poor of Chelfea j the two and two the treafurer j fervairtS belonging to the When they arrived at the middle of the feveral pieces of ean non and the bells of both pariflies fet to The proceflJon went to the fex and returned back again to the ferry houfe where an elegant entertain ment nrovided for Lord Spencer hav ing gentlemen wiih a doe upon the Half an hour was allowedibr oridge to cleared of the after which the were fliat for receiving the Tis that this bridge has compleated by Philips within five months from its being Several principal Jew merchants have agreed to prefent a petition to his relative all under the denomination of commit robberies and other on the of which the following ari thfi That no Jew be for the future permitted to trade in this who cannot bring fuffi cient teftimony of his and depofit tain Aim as a fecurity for the every foreign Jew who hallcome to England for the purpofe of hall be under a ievere not to depart the kingdom without fpe eial and on difobedience to thisor der his goods fhall be all Jewswho cannot render a good account of them be obliged to depart the kingdom imme The aged whofe houfe was broke open at by fome Jews now in lately died at from the fright fhethen In the prefent raging fever and fore throat the afflicted fhould dirtnk Alabafter blown through a will open a paf lage in die A few days fmce the houfe Efq at Pulwich adjoining to the late Lord Mayors was broke open in the and up wards of taken out of a It is fup pofed to be done by thofe who knew wheje Finnimore kept his as the thief or never attempted to go into any other part of the nor touched any thing though there were feveral things of but the Yefterday James Thongs and William were taken ciittody on fuf picion of felonioufly aflaulting Joha Sptoiel on the knocking him from him his and filyer and being carried before Juftice welt Com mitted to Married Thomas to Mifs bothcf The fame Jonathan Efq K1ttlfs daughter Efq of Great James Kfq of Old to Mifs Elizabeth of The fame John fifty to Mifs Jane both of the The fame at Woolwichi Lewis nephew and V latemafterpf his Mifs of that
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