Freeholders Journal, October 26, 1722

Freeholders Journal

October 26, 1722

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Issue date: Monday, October 26, 1722

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Saturday, October 17, 1722

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Publication name: Freeholders Journal

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 290

Years available: 1707 - 1723

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Freeholders Journal (Newspaper) - October 26, 1722, London, Middlesex 7 to vvhich I hall clifinifs my Remark on e a Denser that inieht befatl fo po tpr rhe I 1 Li IM 1 1 as by guarding I here was a Lav j Ijys againft an unwarrantable oi tip in the late jar faxes ftices ths fhac As I have confefsd my Admlrarion of had hm in bad him r fuch a do it wirh the give over ploring agdivftbe and becaufs I find my 4t glutting the Government Genius andCapacity fo faw in the t Says the when did you of Stat that I ateput to the c ever hear of any Man that pitted to Wonder as often asI ffieet make a Cory ifcars the Miracles of and look upon fhort of the The Coy is half thro the naubk ccrtild not already aW Afr ter into common tn have proceeded t is Jbell calvs in Spite of all your from fbmething more than bummu And now make your belt oil he It is a fure Conclufion with rltat the who could conrrihufe This or for I TO the of a foreign oiriy dont knowprecifely which to determine by the SVz of ibeir T1NDHH fpeaks the whole SentimMts of thefe would find out a yet were awkard whom I to Prefervative to ftop the Force of a handle with ail the Severity that they ny Danger impending oer his native Conn Iwiih heartily I had Time or BRITANNIC had thought of it to expatiate a Jitrleupon iheUfe and Excellence or An The fetting this fingle in V7 OU ibinetiiues entertain your Rea a true would contribute very much ders with Verfeasa after you to the having a more full and beautiful have treated them with fomething more Idea of the Family of Politick The Copy I now fend is not I could havewifhed the more earneftly to cf the ludicrous but an Attempt have defcanted upon this becaufe upon a lofty Paffage of the Prophet It would have given me the PJeafure tb being a Portionof the divine Oracle pro fhew the Advantages derivd to any COOT nouncd by himagainft theTyrannickKiflg fnonyealtb from of fuch a of I need not tell thoI do as makes them able to forefee and not pretend to determine with what arid often to make Difcoveries fo that that this Character was once appropriated common dull Heads cannot trace Fontjteps to the old King of in an Anthem enough to make plain to their Stupidity the onOccafion of One of our when Thing the late Duke of Marlborougb commanded There is another Reafon upon the over that But the Prophecy has Score of which I mould be mighty willing been long ago and I neither to throw away a little Time and Paper up nor delign any Parallel on this becaufe I have met with Tour People of thofe and objlinate No tionJ in that they would not allow A Parapbrafe on Part of the livth Chapter any Merit to fuch difcerning oi that any Man had fuch Faculties In a larger Degree than But T proud they may as well maintain that there is no Now Death has broke thy Staff of Certainty in the becaufe they do not knov how to work a 10 And all the Earth rejoyce h Thsfe are a Species of ilu Since thou can trouble them no in that think a Chain of Effects mufr go on in Spight of Tb Infant Povrs in and Circumfpe To meet thy haughty Ghofl below Which is as much as to that a All Hell is each Great One Ship will make her certain Conrfe without IPboJe Soul vas damndlovg Time and neither the tacking about III the or the Skill of the Pilot at the Art fay like Us will keep her one whit the more An Impotent and feeble Sprint from a than if ihe were left to the tc Thy Warlike Mujtck now it Mercy and Difcretion of the Winds c Thy Pomp is hid in Lifting Creatures of this perplexed httly cloatlfd hi rich or rather of this total of Ci vorjhipd by thefervile put me in Mind of the blunt Clown in a To greedy Worms is a merry ef Sir fager with his 4 ;