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Examiner (Newspaper) - April 26, 1711, London, Middlesex 9te tnd as an Anfwer once fot to the tedious Scurrilities of thofe idle who I am hired and directed what to write J muft here inform That their Cenfiife is an Ejp tea of thtir Principles The prefent M 4yaft under no Neceffity of employing proftkute Perjfc they have no dark Defigns to by advaoeSng Heterodox But to return fuppofe or three private Di under King Charles the did a little over ftrain the Doftrine of PafftveObedience to Princes fbme Allowance might be given to the Memory of that unnatural Rebellion againft his and the difrnal Conferences of Tis by the Proceedings of the QmrchmeiV before and at the Re that this Doftrine was never defignd to in troduce Arbitrary I look upon the Whgs and Dtffenters to be exaftly of fame Political Faith let fee what fhare each of them had in advancing Arbitrary Pow Tis that the Fanaticks made Cromxell tlie moft ablblutc Tyrant in Chnjtendom The aboliihed the Houfe of Lords the Army aboliihed the Rump and by this Army of he The took liberty of Cbnlcience and Employ ments from the late King as an acknowledge ment of his difpenfirtg Power which makes a King of England as abfolute as the The under the late perpetually declared for keeping up a ftand ing in Times of Peace which has in all Ages been the firrt and great Step to the Ruin of They diicovering every Day their Incli nations to deftroy the Rights of the Church and de dared their in all againft the Bilhnps fitting in theHoufe of Peers Which was ex copying aher their Predeceflbrs of Forty I need not fay their real Intentions were to make the King but whatever be the Deligns of inno vating they ufually end in a Tyranny As we may fee by an hundred Examples and in the later Commonwealths of mentioned by Ma In the third the Whigs accufe us of a Defign to bring in thePreteniier and to give it a greater Air of they fuppofe the Qp to be a Par ty iir this Defign which is no very extra ordinary Suppufit ion m thofe who have advanced fuch Singular Paradoxestoticerning Greg Upon this their Charge is without ever offering to produce an But I verily and believe it will appear no that if ever he be brought the Whigs are his it is an undoubted that a Year or two after the feveral Leadens of that Party had their Pardons fent them by the late King and had entered upon Meafores to reftore on account of feme Difobligations they receivd from King I would whether thofe who are under the greateft Ties of Gratitude to King are not at this Day become the moft zealous Whigs t And of what Party thofe are who kept a long Correfpondence with Germain t It is likewife very oTfervable of that theWbigs upon all profefs their Belief of the Pre tenders being no but a real born of the late Queens Body Which whether it be true or is very unfeafbnably considering the Weight fuch an Opinion muft have with the if they once throughly believe Neither is it at all that the Pretender himfelf puts his chief Hopes in the Friendfhip he expefts from the DiJJenters and by his choice to invade the Kingdom when the latter were mo ft in Credit And he had Reafbnto count upon the from the gracious Treatment they received from his fupposd and their joy f ul Acceptance of But what could be more confident with the Wbigstjh Notion of a Revolu than to bring in the Pretender A Re as their Writings and Difcourfes have taught us to define is a Principle perpetually Men to Revolutions And this is fuitable to the famous Saying of a great ITiat the more Re volutions the letter which how odtl a Maxim fbever in I take to be the true CharafteriJtick of the i A Dog loves to turn round often yet after certain he lies down to Reft But under iDominJon of the are for perpetual Changed perpetual Revolutions the Whig owe all their Wealth to Wars and Revolutions like the jirj at gets a Peny ty turrfiig rounJ a hundred timesj virith Swords inner To the Whigs a natural Faculty of bringing in and will therefore probably endeavour to bring in the Great One atialt How many Pretenders to have they brought in thefe laft Twenty Years In they have been fometimes able to procure a majority of Prstendcn in Parliament and wanted nothing co render the Work except a Pretender at tfteif A U r R T 1 6 E M E N T Juft T He fourth Volume of the calld Memoirs of Printed tor nattr Where may be hid the god Tmrd Volumes of hid tljt J at the Vaicorn in bavinr about Cttrijimas laflt putlijhcd in the TaiUt and Ccfr along Advertijcrnent of bit lngp Exyricace and gtut in curing the Small evrttof verjt Kind and having bad a Refutation for it almoft 30 and can ibtt not 3 nt 2o mijiarry nndirhii doth now contrail n and That fie things be bat attaind te a at a Certainty ther in which are near of Km at ietnaciiiur d in cu ring any ant fan Imernutiing fever vitb the only tx which he conceivcf may ttthti when the Small far ft and is fo jujttfybi being prejffd ty ftveral fa ta and hopes it may be far tb Gjod af tie bddmtny Patients face his laft and but One of all He aifo Certificates from atove 20 in a fmalt tint and of the trorjl What isbee aftrtAu IvMb Matter of Pail and be if gowitbany one toil ftrfons thimfemes wht have hen many of whont are Pcofle cf Value and Figure Tit by carrtS mortiban a great ddl of Phyfi by which atfotbe Face and Eyes are much beared J iki tnt Srcnt be bait obtained only by and which few or n ae btfidesj tba fbey fuddenly Very rarely fails of raffing them again He does not nor aim at the any Phyjician or Apothecary but gives till affiflmg Advice if and m fuck a way not Dijbvnourablt or InjHriotu to Jult No Man has Right to A Sermon preachd in the Parith Chunh of Martin Outwich the j8th day at March being the day ap oioted by Her Mje ty General By Robert Curate or the ftid Sold by Morphew ntar trice Where may be the Neceffity of a Ser mon preached before my Lord Mayor by the fane Jult A Letter from a Foreign Miaifter at to another of the fame Quality at the concerning the Death of the late Emperor of the and the melt AJ vifeabJe of coming to a new and ipcedy Eieftion for the Good of the Common To wh ch is Her Bmanicfc Majefiys and Her Parliament Rtlbutions therei Ai aifo that of their High Migbtinefles the States General Hxtrafled from the ot the Houleof and the Reports of the Likewife a Let er from them 19 King Charles on that with fcarce and valuable Authorities trom the molt ap provd Anthorsof the Methods and Ceremonies which are tobeob erved in the Sold by Murphevr near Stationers Jaft Publilh A View of the State of the on the Death of the late Emperoc Jofeph wherein the Vretcnfi of King Charles of the Ki hts o the Oo vernment in che and the Intereit of the Empire are to which are the Golden the Imperial Cen and the form of elefling the Printed for John Morphew near Stationers Price Plain Spanift Right and in Tin at 5 per Fine Brazil Snuff it 3 an Ounce alto treih Lis bon Snuff and other To ke fold by Francis in at the corner of Garlick near by Wholefale or Garlick Hill is at the bottom of Sow MOrning Covnt for Men and of till font of rich faded Jafuned and great variety of other rich being a frejh Parcel of choice Gaoia if Edwards and Jtichard left f Trade art to bt fold at very lav at the Golden Sugar Loaf up oat ftir of over agttnll the Harfe at the Price being ffton Caiatoguu of the above Govitstobt bad tt tbtf lace of TH E true Sal Volatile is not only to any other Volatil or Compounds from any But as far excels or any other as me does the Matter it Animates Firafmucli as tis drawn from a living the theSublrance of which Hlernent is a Salt inricht with Vital the chatt Spoufe of n iverlal This Uni on is the Vital Seed of all Corporeal It fills toe Blood with ftinina in which reddes the Vical Its Virtues are manifold only to be had at Byfields in Salisbury Court near upone Pair of Stairs Toung Aims Cofe at are Morning Gcnens for Men and of all Sorts of rich Brocaded Jafuned firiptff nrttta Caps Canvas and great Vtriity of ether rich Stuffs and being a frjb Parfel if Goads in and to te fold at lover Rites than any vbere abcut the Price being on each LONDON Printed for J o H N near
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