Bingleys Journal, December 14, 1771

Bingleys Journal

December 14, 1771

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Issue date: Saturday, December 14, 1771

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Publication name: Bingleys Journal

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 546

Years available: 1770 - 1772

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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - December 14, 1771, London, Middlesex LONDON Printed for x v i c E RO Y POBTIOfrL C A RI C A t brRAi to Lord L Monarchs From Viceroy fail budget fht covtributioKl tht micfyiiih uttering haiidVsftrewt Ratad Cams Sautes at CsmplaJK his budget WHILE bothwind and The bark attempt to fcarcely tis true Without fr Hone wtfcr than i rfntfWnrtiraT iet an wfao Boift He thfcfeondllngj aad the Thro rfiaay a wcrkd an And markd rock from flwre to tho he fcprns the empty Would fuirf the Let him yoor ignorance onco endeavour to be wrfe trith Point out tht road you ftonld And fate from etrerlafting Hume The rf your Permit toaflc What ftars combind to pour Their wfinftncfrott thy natal hour Why whom firg the forming mind For ofhunibler life To ftrut in fome inferior Wrfh wretched to debafe the hunun fac To magnify aad hold to name Zich of our frame admiratryfit ever blundering in the aim and mifc the mack Why you peaceful fhorc madly brave the tempefft rcur like Who rudehf ame to flunjeand Toa buz about the whoiim By noble deeds to foar t6 And torn w jlotii fitpp r godlike prevmct of Mo wbpfe on you atone JDepeads to dumber on i eflencH ftf or wit Who fimpen oer the mingled a Bows round and ftniles at every Could none inform yon of this A teflon fit for earlieft Soplaia twere needlefc to defend Sir deorge hiodelf may comprehend it Tho unpretending dulnefs Compafiion from the eft if thro common life we We aficthe hf an and not the circqmfianqe of place and time Makes incapacity How long 3e voted fhalt thou ijTosuaaaeftt Th paffive prey of every tool That bends to Butes defpotic Htnv long implore fruidefs prayer A rrefent fathers oftering care He to an happier fitter ifle alas the partial fmilc while ihe royal ftream Her children the genial Which wide thruallihe fa vourJ ground life and vigour round Whilft 2 deep tmmerft in Kor feds the nor hails the Cheard not wkh ray Siicc Cheilerficldi unclouded day That to fond reiriembrancc Still honoord by a grateful When firft an happy ptople knew From Sunhoptr care do When perha ps was clearly titewa The bright diftinftion of a 3 for whofc unwearied care To heavn afcends the general Whbfe patriot keart with honeft pride Say in variom nature Vv boots how pure ihejottttaia tainted by thecsnrfe it We loath the violated Jiicaml O in whom cortceotcrd llfinc The virtues of the unfwick To whom heavensbounty hath jdngud Ttiefiireft lot of hrmm To nje in peace wiih teddy The a vails oer diftant That frfedsm hail tly golden reign The diftinguifcing cfcartacriftitJs of the and One of thcjintieht namesyrf ireland Doctof Char h The tht mirror jKo genuine JfeaW re canwe j f Good hittvn for what peculiar Beyondthe riffcrmer Ireland ewtfoonYd by fcte To groan beneath weighlK To nourish with her beft incteaje The fell deftroyers of her peace traitors to her Who fell her rights andYpnrn her Jaws And alien vermin devoir Her ripendrfrnitan4 ctt with iilicf 1 Confine and ciKumfcribe the Which bounteous ordainJ to run Free as thy allshearing fiju poifontaints theroyal Coriupts the iw And blefling to a t What hath Ireland JheWny Which Britain claims not for her own Hot from the violated bed Doth rank adulttry rear her head With fouler cries for the htrilt Or hath fome bold bad man To every totuhof conference Formd by fome damon in tiirage A chofea cwrje to mark the fingularin vice and Difdains the paths by Whofe giantguilthath high It madly rufhes to t And calls from heavns vindifthre hand The full perdition on To Britain WAfri Rigoy j Weymouih wnekiiirviws Dalhwood yet andiJahdwicliiHU Claims the Fidhkas a Tec fa vile neer the produce of thanks to Ruflels generous carej ifle het crop time may bear difitot be the hour Miy hui fe a or boaft a Andxivalon the rolls of fharae J T f talents the purpofc yf Skill to afliimein ependajr Afarile that creeps or climbs JuA with ihetcniper 6f times j And all all Would ftc a on Nortons brew was minions claim ftrps like thefe lit rofe t fame whiphVpnevaird Ifrhen virtue andLiwibh fafla fi 6 with whr iH Jt flrfttjegwi tApir ercur6otu the rhapfody TForgive the wanderings of a Who favoucke prnife were praitc is OfcsoriieqVerics iifondof Bltffl a a ruudifputed ebiim wrnth of private O T Tlie tiirfe of agesvyit rhyme ywt pwh at y our ovn fi re 9 ffprtng fVonia line to which owis Lefs luSr6 for than Jhc beftow A parlfflicrf a race Jjext To rtoTrnan itinperors embrace i What maJbfs to engine On both of cenfure and of much rvings bs ene arc corrtptllJd and to 4 The of as it inay ap wha cofife confiders trfe bjejifi XW and r to i r Ti Vi undei Huffidf ifianksJThe erne never fliallfirget in her grateful brealft bouutics reft Thy efforte for wealths iacreafe Thy attention to herfeace 6 Thy aSiye which of yoze Frighted invafion from her Matured by fufferings in the day Of Litchnelds memorablefray chief of thy ftill refind To open and enlarge her mind Thy ardour to divert Of prejudice her Each narrow bias to remove And plant the principles you Warm with this elevated aim To raife lernes future full years and h nour Te heivn her Baldwins Ipirit To aid you in tho vaft for an heart like thine You by hapy inftinlt A foul congenial witb ypuroio By the Coartereeas refinements To form with carettie rifing To pluck each jrowiaj virtue And choak the feeds offuture worth To baniih from the minds of youtlv Each ebfelete ruth i To teah their views to foar above Tbe of public lov To bow their fpiri to the rule Of every miniftcrial To make them cr uch beneath the And tremble at a tyrants You fruitleliwai the Your 7 Andrews in the vacant plates the the majjailtd vigour of the Britijh cai I but will exclaim witn grateful 0 fortunatot fua jibow tterintf i For ray own I u whatifght our prefenf nStfl graciout Sovcrciga preferits himfelfto rny he fails not to call ta my nSBembrance Tjeaijtiful and arumated apolirophe xf Swift ro his royal grandfjthtr Fair in thy Monarch Whom cnuld Nor minijier nor pact What juuice in rewar fnj meritl What magnanimity of fiirit What lineaments divine we Thro all hi and 5 The breaches of the ihatrimonial contraft heie pointed at an too iccrnt to rcnJera circumllantia detail 6 thy aQiae the Duke of Bedfords attempt to and hii handful at and ftatefm u bur prarfe toxhaUerige as your Yet wperteft either heaJor foldiers haartS the reajms ofjainterf eabn he fteegs on honours that name Thy cheek bears recofd of thy i ijThy teward lips their colour yet trembles in If that Wolfes mighty fptrit ftould With honeil r bold and TJnrnVlk thee to the public H thy bearing on that 4ayttill markd h tlory led bet And fcaid pafljiort to th fki A which revolving years Shall cfiita the triumph of our tears wrth heart Tocouurerw rk te great difi ri with T tear theJlaurel head 5 I what would be r thc WouidRdwrinot curfc the Whenr firtt y3vf woo1 tht phantom That whofe gaiijh ray Too oft but jlittors to And faitifticchace The bofoai bf peace Woudft thou not rurfe the empty Since heaven the talent t had denied Wouldil tUoj not wUhthy humbler lot Had placd thee in the Ihelierjd from of free the jus To fteal lifj health aiul cheatfulnefs ihy own fince fupieoiely wife Natures furdliw the wuh rapid current bor The hiours OHQC paft no more Woctldrl in gritf of to thy And dark oblivion fhrood with fueceft and the has been as it was to expofk d that hii mixbcrs hive ro a man been the ot our aiei Jierial His labours in a ice t mthncholy ittftahcff produced TO which is char ry to cjttld not have intended or fore feen Mrt junies ajnember of die a gentleman xof good cha racter and prornifirig having dared to giv his vote at the lait contrary to the mtinJaie nd having had befide the fupcrlaivc iafolence publicly to charge with attempting to intimiJatez d influence the was fyt thefe reafbns exptUtdthe From the feverity of this fen Johnftao appealed to the juftice the their Graces JLJorci Primate and Archbiihop o Dublin who wweiof opinion that he had a right to be will be wondered the fenreace of uliimaUly when it is recoil that f he Duke of Be ford was at that time Chan The young whofe I icli natioh lei him to the cliricat and whfc ftudios ding the avenue that barred tjitts unexpectedly louded hooters in and aUb leven dru 7 The Right JHoru one of i i Dublin he f dnnped mt l the deithoT the Richard a theyear1 td eiiter wto by whichbe raffed orm rclf to and nn port ant orof if nut to fulfil the expeAatiods if From tbejiour of hb adyanccraent the molt active and vigilant indiiftry lo fuch dy might enable hiin to nominate1 his ihthe iingto thCf agaaift to jet himlelf haying a which coukl ayw be obtiine only atfome1 other it Ml few mbhtJu brokei S O Priisa JunmA dicemle r r y Hisgreatncfs tohimfejfheowes v Nor borrows r fttiiionte of to be vtrriaen by liyed ih the int nwCy wiih 1 At this hour the ehict ornaments in the noufeJre pbrtfalts of tJ and at courtezan in s iti ruu huur upon f the Apd is heard no id rroui ihei 1J That f om whofs bourn name of in t celebrated letter of the iotli p on flip Is tie hsrvcft olf tt Who cultivates a n Shall reap bis All On me it 4tbr Let thbi the lc tW fLy Oflfer her coiiHifc W car Ko xiiuS Cr all ftrrain ffiott f ei Is ever prefect fiy a ar you feel wiif yet A nations wrath lufjjetjs the Ere hurfis lieacf j An the roUsd teugeanco t 6 with the Far heuce direft thy flig Wh recohfciwjj guik wj A peoples S Fly from itie ftorm And juk a ftarwiiyou gerierous ver ia this 1 hT narratjo ut in sb eticr to To agoujzeat every Singtyluinypreqmft aid drjtre to btnfriilttd ia tS4 Xcaft tht osi tte hti bten datie jor To the new rragtdy if OB Written By G 6 LD S MIT Spoken by Mn IN thefe bnld when Learnings Sqns ex plore The diftant and the Savagefiiore When wife AflroxoMiit to India fteer And quit for many a brighter here j While all coldto firiiles and Forfake the and Our Bard into the General Spirit entcrsi And fi cs his little Frigattf for Adventures With Scythian Storey and Trinkets deeply He this way fleers in hopes of Trade Yet ere he lands heas orderd me To make an obfervaiion on the Where are we driven fure is loft This a rocky and a Lord what fultry climate am I under Yon big Upper Galley J Ttere Mangroves fpread and larger than Tve Here Trees of Stately d biffing Tunics in Here illcordditiond Oranges Stage And Apples takes one up and tafles it hitter Ap ples the The are Cannibals I J heard a aje here theYeople keep my Our Captain gentle Natives craves afljllaiice Our Skips well ftord yonder Creek laid Honour This is his firft lend hini And WQ may chmee to drive A His d Jds he hdpes arejprime j anKtwough t Equally fit foVGaHajntry and What no reply to Promifes fo ample belt Itep order up a 1 i 11 11 fEP I L GU E ty WELL P6ac to hisT gentle y i The Bar who fint j a life Aftrefs rnuit Vo Wjseg rave isall rtq Hpon Paffiofts t her ajbd then baleafd no L How after and We come to take a little the fet Belles and Beaux at And mere free thinker to tie ItraiQS the jfj ;

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