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Covent Garden Journal (Newspaper) - May 16, 1752, London, Middlesex by yet the Foflpe of extreme Necedfiy is To as to make jhde by the fame Means as thdie which are truly and rightfully That is by miking Complaint to this M or wlien the ofthe Diftrefs cannot allow Time for futh an then by feizing what is ready at hand either in a fecret or an open Befbeyrac irv his Notes on this PaGTage feems to blame his Author for calling an imperfect This AEPL i CATION to tbe ftfagiffrate fays i i their who believe that Xhe greateil Ncceffity cannot authorize any Mm of himfclf rmke the Goods of a bm as ThoffllrfftH they tacitly that fuch a Neceflity gives a Man a perfect Right to require what he wants for only thofe Tiungs which are by Virtue of a perfedt can be fubjed to the Decifion of the Magiftratsv Upon the it feems rhefe great have by the Laws of Nature A RIGHT to aRelief From the Superfluities of thofe who abound by thofe Laws therefore it is hot left to the Option of the whether they will relieve the Poor and Diftrefled but thofe who f efufe to become arid in re ality to be confidered as ROGUES AND ROBBJZKS OF THB But if Liberality or Charity be fo cer tain a Duty by the Liw how much more clearly and exprefly is it ea joirted by the divine as veilthe as the Chriftian Thus in Deuteronomy Vltou Jhak not barden tby nor Jhxt thine H find from tby poor And open thy Hand wide unto vnte tby and to tby Needy in tbe So the Relieve tbe Op judge the pkad for tbe And Is not tbe Faft which I have cbofen Is it not H deal tby Bread to tbe and that tbou bring tbe Poor that are cafl out to tbyHoufe when tbou feejl the Naked that tbou cover md that tbou bide ml tby fclf from thine own Fkfo The New Teftament is fo of Pre cepts and Exhortations to that it would be cndlefs to tranfcribe them nor can it be in the fcaft neceflary to a Chriftian Give every Man tbat is the Cora tiiand of our Saviour who ia Place that in the Perfonpnarice of this Duty confifls ff tbou wilt be feU all tbou haft and give tike Thefe fays do indeed found high jior can they figoify defign lefs than that we hould be always in Aifeftkjjffc and Difpofuion of ready to pirt with any Thing we have for the Suc cour poor that to utnioft of our according to v moral on all Occafions we fhpuld ex prefs that Difpofition fn oar PraAice that we are exceedingly obliged to the continual Exejcile of thefe inla DuVies which were enforced by the conftant Example c of Jefus htmftlf and by the Preach ing and Practice of all his Upon the k appesirsfr that a Perjbn void of is un the Appellation of a Chriftiaii that he hath no Pretence to either Gooi nfs or or even to the Charifcfer of Humanky that hejs in honeft an and a arid ought to be exiled not only from the Society of ta of May The following is ati Account of the Sum re ceived by the for the Ufe of Pierce the from CoffccHouie by the Birch Hume Efq 4 4 George Eiq H 2 2 2 2 2 2 16 16 M iv Cobpe r Sir Thomas To the f JJ BL I All Perfons who lhall for Future fuffer by are defurtd immediate y or ftud the Pefcription they of Tuch with the 8Ad and of the to Henry Houie n Bow tth Day is Price One E X A M P L E OFT HE INTERPOSITION of I N TH B Sir George Lyttleton r l John Morris Henry Efqj Baker CoHcfted by at the Gcrtodk Afftjy c n m HtHiter Collected by him JJ j Fame1 P v O W Henry Efq ECqv r in left Sums The underwritten Sums were collected Lord Leicefter Efq Gifford and Jarman from Doyley CoiFee Houfe William Efq Eiq Francis Goodge William Goodge o 10 o 10 o 0 0 0 0 o o o o o o 0 o 0 o 5 0 o 6 6 6 6 6 Q IO O IO i 4i O 10 6 ro 6 0 10 6 5 0 0 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 i i 7 M D E CO NTA1 N I Above thirty in which this dreadful Crime Kath been brought to in the mbft extraor dinary an4 miraculous Banner from various amieot and William Edwards Efq William War burton Morris Scrafton Foyfter Anonymous o 10 o 10 O JO O 10 O IO 0 10 O o o o 2 2 1 O 6 6 6 6 6 6 o 6 6 o 57 6 6 WITH AN INTRODUCTION and Written By HENRY Efq And dedicated to the Right Reverend Fathe in IS A May Ttis Book the Publication of iutKl is 01 fy the many horrid Murders wmtohttd ivttfan this lift Year ft calculated to raife jvft Stntiments of Horror at moft heinous It is very proper to be gwtn to all tbe inferior of Peep fa and par ticularly to the Youth of both ivbofi natural of Stories will lead them to what cannot fail of infufeng tnto their tender Minds an earfy Dread and Abhorrence of ft aining their Hands with the JUoed of their Printed for Millar in the who makes a large Allowance to tnofe who purchafe Num I do acknowledge to have this recurved of Henry the Sum of rifty fcvea Six Shillings and Sixpence f jr which I tnoft humbly and gratefully return my hearty to my worthy William If any Perfon hall be yet willing to contribute tothe Relief of this honetl their Contribu tions will be received at On Wednefday laft a Woman applied Juftice for a Warrant againft a Staymaker in the and repfefented that he had entked the faid Woman to go over the Water on Sunday lau M his Brothers which fhe agreed to j that a foon as they jjito the the faid Man took her up and there put her fnto a and locked the Door and kept her there all and the next Day and Night and du ring that Time that he and raviihed her againil her Will and and repeated Ravi foment feverai A Wan ant was ac
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