British Journal, December 28, 1723

British Journal

December 28, 1723

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Issue date: Tuesday, December 28, 1723

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1722 - 1731

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British Journal (Newspaper) - December 28, 1723, London, Middlesex The Britifh Dec 28 Then you muft do as I pray for This is a faint Way ot propagating the 1 beg you would name me any give me Leave ro tell that three Fourths of Europe would be Pagans at this had not the Em peror and hi employed their Au thority to abolifh if the Fact be lain afhamd to hear i and think thoie Emperors were very bad and great They made and no ChrilHans and they were much better Men when they were profcfsd and better All Converts made by arc made Impoftors and Marty of thoe Princes were of themfelvcs evil and bloody and made more fo by the rcfflefs Inftigations of the Monks and who having departed from all Cfiriftian Humility and converted Preaching into Do and Exhortation into Violence andTcrrors irnploycd penal Laws and the Imperial Sword to confute and make Profclytes and the Emperor and hi were the Apoftles of that Tiius bcsan and the ftrange heterogeneous Tyranny of and thu it Better had it been for the ad better for if there never had been I cciy that lie rirft pcws were Tnty were directed by and founded Po That was the Abufe ot their No it was the natural and certain of their Foih and And you diftinguifh any Icrfccution cv pneftly any where from true as the Degrees ot and wherever jt is not it will certainlv and eternally to the highcft Degree ot an you pollibly think me capable of a kind Will for cv you do the Priefts call ron the tor Help and Civil the rirft to Fire and I grieve i you fhould think all Sorts of Clergy I do ret think they are but I think they all would if the Maciftrate would let 1 never knew where they were were endef In formers and Sollicitors to the Magiftrate DifTen Men of i In ConduS is extremely abfurd and If the Clcvjv the then are the Icrgy vcrilv i r1 c if the Magiftratc muft de ii tlivn i the the Ti v the Clcrg apply in cafe of obfti i ri r i To ccn be fariificd with I ro rot thi1 k you but I cm rurc you To freely witii arc 1 i and cvrcit from ail Man i ir creiv Like C rcv t nc IK L1 rmu like they are t i and I nc er yet a or a Chli or 1 ticv h tey had a Rhht rv they Mild er or I you I ask of u or Tarn H rrv and you fnouij other V from Pcrleciirio1 lii C prore anci ou to againft tlic Cerius ot and t ri our Ynu have Lei and to write and fay what you about Why fhould not other Men the tame Liberty Are fo many zealous able Cliamjions 1o learned fo afraid of a fewmiftakcn con weakly for Error 1 Did the act or corppiiin thus Sir they had Powers to Error But the Providence of God hath in a arcai Menfure left Church to the Protec tion of the Chriftian I thoucht Truth had been always fufficicnt ro combat and I hope Providence lies not left you deftitutc of the of Truth And as to the Ma giftrates Protection you enjoy it to the full We allow Man to profeG and defend his own Reli gion and by this Means Truth hasa full and a fair Hearing Nor does Truth dcfire more tho Craft and Falfhood can never be fufEcienrly proppd and birra Thus our like our tian and As to the narrow Protection of one Tribe or Side it is and fcan dalous it is depreciating Government into a confining Chriftiapity to a But by this loofe and unreftraind Error has equal Countenance with How if I fet a Giant to wrcftle with a and encourage him to ufe the Dwarf as he to throw liim and crufh him to Pieces has the Giant any Reafbn to on the con I bind the Dwarf and then icr the Giant upon I am fure the poor Dwarf has Reafon to complain and the Giant to be This is plainly the State of Truth Lrror Truth will inevitably ifit Ins fur What R ealbn have the Clergy to be complain conclude this Dilcourft m our FOREIGN LETTERS from JareJ a new was arrived the after a few s Was to Audience cf he Sultan lookd upon HS a orlier beini ulually obliged to wai hiteen they ea be introduced ro hx Kirtlier a That the ae of folicitco tor foine particular Prix of certain Monks of Irs who were to fettle in the The Grand Viiicr anfwcrd That the Sultan wpuld grant his provided that thole Monks would bring with them a fufficient Number of People to fettle a Colony ro whom he would al low the fame Ln fome which they enjoyd in According to Advices from Petersburg of the of Sthe Court continued much cm barrafsd with the Atfairs of Perjia on which Account it was believd that the Journey to Mofcow would be put orf for fome Twos however that the Coro would be performd with the and with the Ceremonies ufed at the Coronation of the Greek Emperors and that Count who was aituallyon the Road ro Con with the of AmbufTudor frcvn Majefty to the alfo tha uid Majefty defigncl to put liimfelfat the Head of his Army in towards the Inner End ct ari o leave the Command of Troops in the to Prnce The fame Advices that the Duke of Holjlein appeard very well landed with tic late Refo lurion of the Sratcs of according to which he Kinds firft in Rank for the in cafe theprefcru Kirg and Cheen without They write from that the three Ships which are defignd for ihe carry 26 Guns and that their Nmes are the Count ae the of and the pranii the firll of which is to to and the two others Letters from the that the Directors of the Dutrb Ejjl Companies are prei a Reply to the late Piece of the Fncal fo that the Paper is but hoped flop The Sieurs and Members of the Royal Academy ot Sciences at hive been curiyi s obferving the Motion of the late Comet aiH the for mer of thofe having carefully cannot believe i u been the appeard in the L O N D O ;