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Medley (Newspaper) - June 18, 1711, London, Middlesex n dj C one o I 1 L J t i it i 11 f like allnthj of 1 have of many a itrangc Promifc j made to tiie of but this exceeds them yet it is in vain to fay more to him upon ibis or any Subject Hej can but plead IIK and then he is a lib la 11 Pa not clear e 1 his mult is Lxuf for a Paragraph in his where he If Matters had of an Indulgent Linrnl must refcrd to a twlefs to an Arbitrary Capn 1 his is the belt Treatment he and his Friends can not only to the late but to the Duke of and the laft part of it is not a giinft a Peifon but againft one in the higheft Office of Command and who can no further be reckond a o the Ruind than as he has fuccecded in all his and triumphd over the Enemies of his My Priend has often talkd to rive ticfii cf his or 1 c had a very ftron when he mentioned the in his For Man in his iieiifcs have faid a word of that or repeated hi former utvii tLc this Dni after he been of fo much Falfhood his former both by my fclf and a better Au who proves him to be guilty of more than one wilful But his decent and dutiful Prayer for tiie Bifhops at the Cblc of his laft mud needs makeamcnds with all ftanch Churcinnci for the Scandal he has brought upon their Par he be content to rritb Patience and Prayer far it Remedy to tittle Afif fort nil tbc Lnd o in the TAYCS ram the of Peoples beinff of cf Im arrd theTikc but if he can fuch Scandal as tolerated in any Libel but his or name the Time when fuch Injuries were offerd even to an unfortunate much lefs to one at the Head of a Victorious I will be content that he fhall have a Privilege as long as he lives to vilifv and abufc the moft Koble and the moft without any Controul or Correc tion which woud certainly make him the happieft of Yet this is the Man who told us in the Beginning of his how difficult it was for Men of Genlist to proflitute their Pens in a odieiu This who dccbvd with no lefs Modcfty than 1 hat his Defign was to fumijh Peo ple cod to inform and unde ceive and to fit them right in their Opi nions all which he was more capable of doing than any body as he alfo aflurci the Pcrfoii upon To This is the who moft fo lemnly That vkatevcr Charges he cither General or fiwud be relifioully and who has often That he has rut been one hood in point of and this he has fre quently tho hardly one of thefe Papers has come in which fuch Proofs have not been as he defies Acl verfary to which fomc time cr other be collected and exhibited in one for Information of his abusd But whenever that fhall be I a in futhfyd it will have no Influence on his fu ture Conduct He will write on ft ill as he as he Vail be without uhat is faid or or ing himielr accountable tor any and Such is the Chriftian Charity of this ad mirable True Churchman Such was his Zeal againft the unhappy Author of this when I fir ft detected him in his as I fhall continue ftill to do He only faid in that every thing af firmdwaf and immediately doomd me to and endeavourd to arm die whole Miniftry againft in mind of a Difpute hi ibmc lew years ago between two tile one Churchman in that the other a Man well known in I mean Monficuv I make no Companion of the Perfons in the Application of this Story j but the latter proving too hard for the for the HighChurchman petitioned the Magiftrates of That what his Ad vcriary had written miglt be prohibited torn m peces and the Kcafon he gave for That fad Adzerfary trea ted him like an a and A He alfo humbly that they forbid fjid tj rtntt any more againfl But thclc Dutcl Politi cians woud not intermeddle ia the Af They ignorantly thought the Liber ty of Speaking and g was infepa rablc from that of a Free and there fore left the Gentlemen to go en with their tho the Controverfy was lefs I than about the Intercft of rhe Aliius I the Peace of ij The HigliCiiurch upon this fell to railing ii Flint unmer and had at laft the to That ihe tt in pcrcr to do his Opponent jl tie r le had boxeiCY made Inn the c Juft fuch a Proceeding my has had with He firft to mi and when he found that not he fell to Railing and But whether Pie or 1 fhall be at I a It the MarK of iubliek muil be left for j inc to LONDON and Sold by Baldwin in IVtnvickLane
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