Covent Garden Journal, January 28, 1752

Covent Garden Journal

January 28, 1752

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Issue date: Friday, January 28, 1752

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Friday, January 21, 1752

Next edition: Tuesday, February 1, 1752

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Publication name: Covent Garden Journal

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 360

Years available: 1727 - 1752

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Covent Garden Journal (Newspaper) - January 28, 1752, London, Middlesex By Sir ALEXANDER Knt Cenfor of GREAT Price J A N U A R Y To be continued weff TUESDAY and Balatrones toe genus mtfley Affixture in leng in Jn in fa Garters and in HE following is a li teral Copy of the Fragr mem mentioned in my Sixth In what Language it was ori ginally writy is impof fiblc to To determine this would to afcertain who thefe Robin hoodians were j a as we fhall ihe in our of the utmoft From the apparent Difference in the and Spelling of the it feems to have been dme into RngUJh by feveral and prdbabty in Siftant J have placed my Conjectures concerning Tome doubtful at the Bpttom of the without venturing to difturb the s Impertinent Queftiom ciwfarning Rer lidgm and handy led by the I HIS Evenin the Queftin at the Ro binhood whether Relidgiu was ofany youfe to a Sofyaty baken f bifor inee Tommas JAMES fpak as flow eth I ham of that Relidg ir can be of nq youfe to any mortal Sole bycaufe as Relidgin is no youfe to and if Relidgin be of no youfe to how ist it youfefool to Now no Body can deny but that a Man anaye kary on his Trayd very wel without Relidgin j and beter for then he maye wurk won Day in a Wik mor than at prefent whereof no Body caji faye but that feven is mor than fix if we haf no Relidgin we hall haf no Pferhips f I think tfcb fhould be read and the Bakers Wing intent on his occaiicmed theCorr funs and that will be a grate Savin to the Sofyaty and it is a Makfum in That a Peny favd is a Peny Where of The End of this Speech feems to be as doth the Beginning of the Different Opinion from the learn ed Gentleman who fpoke firft to the Quef tion r Firft I deny that Trade can be carried on without Religion for how often is the Sanction of an Oath neceffary in and how can we have Oaths without Re ligion As to the gaining one Day in fe which the Gentleman ieems to lay much Strefs I do admit it to be an Argument great Force but I as the People have been long ufed to Idle nefs on that whether it would be eafy to make them work upon it if they had no Churches to go whether they would not refort to fome Place As to the Expence of Par I cannot think it is prejudicial to the Society in general for the Parfons are Members of this Society and whether they who do but or others who do nothing at all for their poflefs their Re is a Matter of no manner of Con cern to the Indeed what the Gen tleman fays concerning the I ftrall own is highly to the Honour of thofe in duftrious People And I queftion not but if Religion was to interfere with any Branch of there ft ill fo much good Senfe left in this that we fhould prefently facrifice tjie Shadow to the Sub But tho5 fome Inftances fhould oc in which Religion may be it cannot be fairly argued from that Religion is therefore of no ufe to the So ciety and till that can be I fhall not give my Vote for its But at Hammer MAC I fhall with grate Reedinefs undertake that Tosk upon my the as I tak whether Rdegion oe of any uie to Society Arid this is a Queeftion of that that grete that when I cbnfeder the Matter of I am to the Degnity of the Odience before whom I am to wlien I refleect Read Rezd on the Smallnefs of my own Abeelkies4 weel may I be ftruck with the grepteft Awe and Reveerence For neither Demoft henes nor nor nor Hor ever handled a more Queeftion t And fhould any thing mef becoming drop from me on this grate Oc tho your your might encline you to extend art meerited thefe thefe thefe thefe very withute wkhute a would ta citly exprefs their it is a that whoever hath rede or deeved at all into the oxceelent iMyftery of Politksj muft that all the grece Oc u Upon my I am very thit Rules of this grate Society forced the laft very learned Gentleinan to fir before he told us his Opinion whatever it I am after being of the It is very trile upon my he that it is 1 very great I do not well know Tether I underftand it as or no but this I that if Religion be a great Hurt to the I cannot for rtjyShoul Tee where the Good of it This I know very that there is a very good Reli gion in and they do call it the R man Catholic and I am of it though I dont very Weil know what it There is Something about Beads and and Patty and Ivy and I will fight for it as Jong as I am and And upon my Shoul I witf tell you a good if you are afraid of your own you may fend for for I know it will come for Father Pa trick Ocain did tell he would bring it along with he tould that he had brought it hither before he did corne at which thwe was a GILES hope no Gentleman will treat this Thing as a Ichinks it to be a very great Mat ter of Whereof I dont much un derftand your Speechmaking Sort of but this I that I am as a good Judge of thefe Sort of for lam worth a and owes no Man a Far Whereof I I am as geod a All imaginable Care bem taken to fopply the Subscribers with tbh but nQtwitbfiandmg ikman or Lady not have received ity on fending their Names either to Dodd ike Uraverfel oppefitf CecilStreet in the they will be 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