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Examiner (Newspaper) - March 15, 1711, London, Middlesex 9re Kabletf Prefcaftion and tbo lit own Perfon be But if be inter fofes hit Au thsrityto fup fort their I fee no Remedy t till it grows A general or the Body of the People have gfdfon to apprehend it mllje ft after which it becomes A C aft and 1 fapfofe a free Peopb nxiy ajfert their own without any Violation to the Perfon or lawful Power of the But although the Tories allow all and did juftify it by tit Share they bad nr the yet they fee no Rftifon for entring upon fo uttgrittefut tt or raifing Coturcvcrfiet upon 4i if we were in daih Apprebenjisns of under tbcRfign of fo excel ifnt a and white we have ft tnvny Laws of late Tedfsineids to limit the Prerogative when according to the judgment of thefe who know our Conftitution Things rather feem to lean to the other which if equally to be As to theSuccuffian the Tories Hereditary Right to be the beft in its own Na ture moft agreeable to yet gt the ftmt time they allow it to be defeafible by Aft of and fo is Magna Charca if the Legi ftaeure thinkf fit which it a Truth fa tbatito Mftn who the Nature of can be in doubt co Thefe I take to be the Senrrrhents of A great Ma jority among the with refpedt to Paffive Obedience And if the Huigs from the Wri tings or common Talk of warm arid ignorant to form a Judgment of the whole according to the firft Account I have here I will engage to produce as many of their who are utterly againft Pajjive Obedience even to rhe Legislature who will a Here the laft Kefort of Power tcbe in the thofe whom they have chofen and trurted as their Reprefentarivcs with the Prince at the Head j and who wilt put wild improbable Cafes to hew the reafonablenefs and neceffiry of refifting the Legiflative fuch imaginary Than which howevernothing can be more idle j For I dare undertake in any Syltem of either Spe culative or that was ever yet in the from Platos Republick to Harringtons to put fuch Difficulties as cannot be All the other Calumnies raifed by the Wbigi may be as eafily wiped off and I have Charity to wifli they could as fully anfwer the juft Accufations we have againft Hickt are gravely quoted to prove that the Tories defigo ro bring in the Pretender and if I jfljould quote Them to prove that the fame Thing is intended by the it would be full as fince I am fure they have at leaft as much to do with Nonjurort as But our Objections againft the Whigs are built upon their conftant Practice for many whereof 1 have produced a hundred Inftances againft any iingle one of which no Anfwer hath yet been at tempted I have been curious enough to look into all the Papers I could meet with that are writ againft the Examiner fuch a Task as I hope no Man thinks I would undergo for any othef but that of finding an Opportunity fto own and rectify my Miftlkes as I would be ready to do upon Call of the msanejl Upon which I lhall take leave to add a few J flattered my felf laft from the Nature of my and the inoffenflve manner I handled that I fhould have one Weeks Relpite from thofe mercilefs whofe Severity will feme time break my Heart buc I am and find them more violent than They charge me with two Lies and a The firft Lie is a that Gttif cafd was invreJ over But it is of no Confequence I do not tax it as a Fault fuch fort of Men have often been ferviceable I only blamed the Indifcre tinn of raifing a profligate at the firft to a Lieutenant General and Colonel of a Regiment of without laying fome reafcnable as is in fuch till be had given fome Proofs of h ES well as of that Interelt and Credit he pretended to have in his Country But that is faid to be another L for he was a and could not have a However this other Lie is a Truth too for a Regiment he and paid by co his Agcric Monfieur Le for his The bird is a that I fay Guifcards Defign was againft MrSecretary John and yet my Reafcrs ings upon as it it were perfotial againit BarleyBut 1 fay no fucb and my Reafon ings are I relate only what Gmfcard faid in New it wasa Particularity the Reader might be carious to know and accordingly it lies in a graph by it after my Reflections but I never meant to be anfwerable for what Guifcard or thought it of Weight enough for me to draw Conclu fiensfrets bad tbe both Houfes to direct me better Where it is exprefiy That HarlejM Fidelitj to her and eal for Her drawn upon Him the Hatred cf all the Abtttars of Popery and This is what 1 and wtat I fhatt ftfck But thefe are not the Paflages which have raisd fo much Fury againft One or two Mi ftakes in of no or a fingfe Blun would not have provoked them they ate not fo tender of my Reputation a AJt their Outrage is oecafiond by ibofe Paflages in which they do not in the leaft pretend to and with the utmoft are forcd to They take abundance of Pains to clear Guifeard from a Defign againft MrHarleys but offer not one Argument to clear their other who in the Bufinefs of were equally guilty fame Dffign againft the fame Perfon j Tongues were very and whofe Penknives were Axes ADVERTISE M E N T Plain ipanifli Right and in Tin at 5 per Fine Brazil Snuff it 3 an Ounce s alo freft boa Jnuff and other To be fold bjf Francis in at the corner of Garlick oear by Wholefale or GarLck Hiil is at the botcom of low A Strmmary of Divine Truths agree able to the Faith profeli d by ttie Chorch of confirmd irom Published tor the presenting of Apuha confutation ot Brroi and and eltablithing the Trutti Sold by Morphew near Stttioners The Divine Authority of ChurchGo and Sucfdand ujion Principles common to ail in a Sermon at the Confecration oi the Right Reverend father in Doftcr Peter late Preroft of Trinity now Lord Bilhop of Cork and Preach d the College CMfcl on Apri By Ed ward The new Pretenders to Prophecy Re and their Pretences ftewn to be grocndlefi and and Sir Buckley and convicted of very foul in order to otry on their By a Presbyter ot the Chnrch ot Ozanams Introduction to the Ma thenaiicks or his Algebra Wherein too Rudiments of that mo t uiefu Science are made plain toa a mean Done out oi All three Printed lor Sare at Grays Inn Gate in o This Day is Publifhe Starboard and or SeaPoli ticks an written by a Gentleman that has made himfelf merry on board the ever fince it got off from the shelves of the late and is out of throthe Means of prelent who have generoufly refolvd to pay the Debts ot the 6 dTte Gates of Hell opened Guif sards Memoirs His hidden Myliery or internal Council i Kennet of Paffive Obedience His Sermon with Remarks Poltfcnpt for wherein his Manners aad Ingenuity are ftewn All Sold by The Companion Accounts on both Sides fairly Itated in a View of the Management of the War in under the Commands of the Earls of Petetbo rough and Occafiopd by fome late Fnquiries in the Houjc of With their Lordlhips Proceedings Printed by Morphew near Stationers Price MOrning Gmem for Men and of aU fortt cf rich Bro caded fapaned and great viriayof oilier neb Stufs aad being a frejh fared of choice Gcodt if Edwards and Richard Itftef Trade art to be fold at very low at be Golden Sugar Ltaf up one ftirof ever agtinli the Harfe at the Prict king fee on dialogues of the above faid Gavm to be had the Pfaft o TH E true Sal Volatile is not only preleirable to any other Volatil or from any But as far excels or any other as Life does the Matter it Animates Foialmnch as tisdrawp from a living tbe theSubltance of which hlement is a Salt inrichc with Vital Sulphur the chaft Spoufe of univerfa This Uni on is the Vital Seed ot all Corporeal It fills the Blood fti ipg in which relides the Vital Its Virtues are mariitod Tis only to be had at Byfields ia Salisbury Court near jtTibeDlaL up Pair cf Stairt againit Taung Mtni Caffe botije at are Morning Govns for Men aud Wo all Sorts of rich Bwaaed Jafaned flnfed Tltread Cap Qanvat and great VtrLty of ether rich Stuffs and being a frijb Parcel of choice Coeds fallen in and to be feld at lower Rates than any where about the being en each L 0 N DON Printed for JOHN near
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