British Journal, July 22, 1727

British Journal

July 22, 1727

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Issue date: Tuesday, July 22, 1727

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1722 - 1731

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British Journal (Newspaper) - July 22, 1727, London, Middlesex t To the duikor tf the ifincHh a Seafbn when one fcalfrof the World are alnjofl mad with the of Places and tbe to it not be amid coftfider ftroethingof the Na turevand Quality of publick and tie Aptitude and Fitnels of the Gaq iFirft I take it to be a common Mi and I expeft to fee k in ferted fcflrt future Edition of Bwtmit tetigar that Merit of any is to tke jprodtiring or well tiling jaf a publick Employ teent And this No tion I clunk cannot be too well inorfcased into the Minds of my Fellow for if that rafts jaft amongft no Bp 3y foWs wfcat Jtfifchiafe it may pccafipn bubiiqk Bufmefs would foon be at a ftill and the Concerns of jhe Nati to rack for want of Peopk to ma mgfe fee a deplorable and could not but portend f our excelUnt Cohftrtuti Placfii of Honour and Pro 1ftbegging for fncumbents p t ily as wJUld remain if fooiilk Bfld dangerpua Notion had u But It it is pcherw iK our te embraee feh pemictpps Bponrthe Faith oF credulous Anti whfc4 our Kfcllgion and our Laws if the or at of their may up011 for fiich 1 nope Eicrof pVeaiii for M do not left than the btfeeri true iwxfern Prudence Ws Ocoipatbn of gbod1 1 fey a f Prerogative or hrafccs aUi arid CHalificaf4ns tbat areiife to fill Some Men arefo ca lofe Ad Time and for want kBewing for But tfe Man I haV4 been will prefefltly find chat every ThVng is proper for him to de which is in his Patrons to grant i he knows the Truth of Sir join IfAttbrtigfo and praties his efc when he that the Bufinefs of a goo4 Place is to tab the Salary fut in a The famous Painter Rpbens had the In heritance of the Office of Secretary df State for Flanders at his fee was Provifioh for one of Sons The awkward modeft Youth defirecl of his that his Por tion might be in or Money j that fee was a Man of no and altogether urifit for State The Old wirh a grave checked bird for his and comforted him with this excellent which con rains aTolid and Nefch tni fiii fimtn Mundus rcgirur My thou knoweft not how littfe Wifdom goes to the of the He that has but To all has a fair Pretence And put among his but To the whole World he may lay I cite thofe excellent left my firft Proppfition flioud he uaderftood in tow confined a By rfxe Word I do not only mean the Capacity for etf ecuting an but the Pretenfions for Let no Body fay to I done ro deferve this Truft from the publick Or what to delcrve this Favour from my Lord Thefa afe idle the Man who has the Courage to ask for has by that Courage defenrd and is infinitely of niay fonaetimes happen to obrain are fame who may hare Qualideations1 from thefe to thofe deign to accept of bin that I mfift b no more a Fault having no Quaiifications at For the Ckmfbft of myielf and other worth left Gearlemen out of canalftire cannec arid Aujditors who cannot read wiio to bt fire better qualifyM for tUeir than the JVhn wai made an Accomptant fot underftanding 4 he who was a t glTradlQrhrs reat Skill but the befrwav to olve it Br ingenuoully ttat laft t5entiemtn knew Dtotmng at all of what they pretended Yet there are fbme fupplemerrtal Qua that brnetiwes will altone for the want of the This PoOtion and a general Notion of Aptitude for will be fufficiently illuffrateo by the fol lowing which therefore hall con clude this Teagtie meeting accofts him Arrab by my Should did you hear of the great Preferment that is come tifon my Cufoin Pad dy Fat is it anfwer d tyCkreefl he is made Sletretary to CoolHSharfi reply d Teague Shecratnry to A aghra fat is flat Quoth it wulgarfy cnlfd honey anfwerd fays by my Shoul he can t write nor read nothing at Dat ijh no matter j concluded for by Chreefl hf can notch fo as no Man I S I C AKD1DATUS June The Emperor laid trie Erft Stone of the Palace which this young Monarch is building for his Refi dence at near that of Prince and the new where the Colleges The Duke of Holftein belHg recovered of his Indifto aflifts frequently in the Council of The Ruffian Troops ported near which were defigned tor the are employed in repairing add augmenting the Fortifications of ExtraQ of a Letter from July An Accommodation between the Chevalief George and Spbieski his being at laA conceded by the Me diation of Cardinals rmperiaji and Albe the Chevalier has fent hither a Gen With an Officer and an Englifli the faid toBo logna and on Mon4ay laft this efcorted by a Detathmgnt of the Swjfs and the went to dine at tee Consent ofthe ExtraS of a Letter from July We learn from that the King gf Spain haying received Advice that Sk Charles Wager being ofthe Pre liniiiniries being Q SilUftdron to all hia CarboLck ;