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   Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 18, 1774, London, Middlesex                                V  v J      ^ 1 j A r t  - l1- *     - Deily T?^^6. ; ^^^fc^;'$y^�-Arrived, and aamnation.' " - .; v;-"    \ -W&JT^J,; ^ ^.ia.-.-.ii A-;tain trail. ;n.ear Tiavfe-Inn, applied: Powns, Wiethe (hips as'.per laft, the ^elc? and the thxjs, Moore, for Gfarudai irnanuel, PS'lvi-, for Teneiiffc; iliz^eth,.St.ffbrd,: for .South: Carohna ; WilH mind Mary, M^n, for amjuaj fr|snd-UiiWRoman, lor Virginia; .Nancy, Miller, .for we M�4�Gto Shore; Prince ofWale,, Harwopd, for Dubiib. �^ Hamb^8 /bukeof Heaibrd,KdHpfdn irom Dublin j Su iceTi, ^de-fon, from Be faft 5 ;er:ion_o� that povver you ate nov^ in Witlf, convince  ydar  fellow  citizens, how mazh yoa deteil th^'idea of fuch baft collu- ^fion.- I am ybur's, &c. ..   '       - ' CATO.' it' fuch rancbiir aind Ifay then, when it hitp|>eni'am( Tare taught to believe th*� moft H&Wzrd i '. was giy^n-iro underfraiid ilie.'-ground; What -ft^II we:|Jrerft (Hoiild be^aiii wKea-'tbeiruft"-'coutdprove IM PARTIALIS For the Morning Chronicle Sia Vead, Jan, ,f   P�&d ^ %^jf�> J ^ the Writ*- 'who 'fig*i'M�$f H OTSEUR, 1 ^ 5. J�>-�*> I , , injtfterda?*. Morn% Chronicle. and f�S%     ^ �aftd S    i f">.r. r9${f'a&I?orre*st9 as depr%ang me of my        1 tack you in the dark,,-then fflnk away and You have falfly charged me with doing {"keep alc.of, like daftards, at.a diffance. Ceaft, I mourn'd fcr the Idfs of my Fair, As each >'as. i like 'without hope r T 1 :   Forihc Morning Chronicle- Sheriffs of Wjiat is repugnant to my nature.   To which 1 therefore, the unequal combat ; there is no i?t%&rge I returned you the Lje direfi.-I haveT-prevailing over numbers'; remernber that Gul-; called on you to produce your -proofs (without JJ liver himfelf was fubdued by' LflHputians. ^whicEjour afieriions were ndthjag) and fign J jnftead of turning on ik'e-noify curs, rather th^pi with-your nam; that the *ix>cr\d might ;|imitate the fileht maftiff, who eyes the village judge rightly, how far you was to be credit-the-InduAry;| eJ.   Bac like a lurking, cenjoardly fcoundreJ as you are, after doing all in your power to injure, you have not fpirit enough to meet mej'can accrue from conquefl when ihe enemy is face fo face.-I have now therfcfore.no remedy lefc (uhlefs the confeioufnefa of your ill-treat-:ment induces you to comply with�ri>y rcquell; in a day or two at farthelt) but application to the laws of ray- country for recireK SAMUEL REDDISH. toAfts:" LSE and SAYRh, Lontba and.Midcilefex. glow s ' in th Getitleraeo,  TilE ardent Lave wh'uh b-fom of real patriots for their country 1-ads th:m W embrace every meafure.-that ,av coaduce to its�intcrcil ; and as m the pubH&haracter to which you have been callea L th-iene-al voice of,your rdlow cicizms, vou hive well evinced - that you are not ftmnawi to ihe facred ertan.tbns of true pa-frioiifm ; I therefore, wiih the greatell hops of fuccefs, (hall lay before y.oa a grievance; under which the communitv labour, wholly in yoa* po-*er to ffdret. ftn>V>us affuran-ce/ of duiw more than thq'.line of delegated power admits, under th^prefett form of jTws, leaves, bui aa indifFcreht impreffion on difwrniBgr minds as to the profciTors hncenty even in doing tfaeir duty witmn the fcope ot that^ver. iMiy you, Gentlemen, bjryour condatl avo d the imp.u,tauon of fuch political hypocrify, - and by your attentioni to what is 'bere about to be piopdfed, deferve the grateful thank of your country. Whilethearbitrary .a-v of arrelt prevails, tU SlKriffs to whom the purchafed writs aie ifiaed may greatly-foftcn the rigor.of fuch nonvnioos file/bya due attention to their delegates i and' though cuitom has-fanftified the rhoft barbarous deeds, bo.h mtheiffuing and ferving thereof on the devoted victims to diabolical  traffic, were you, Gentle-to la the example of changing the officers and their followers who ferve fuch writs, at the time the ShefifFs are changed, (which, thotfsh novvaliUle paft) the exertion of your PoWlt in this particular will never be too late. It may not, perhaps, immediately occur to iuch liberal micds'as yours how vatt would be the-benefet, to the railfioh, of iuch a regula- tion ,   P. S. Mr. WoodfaII,.I 11 on you to take cognizance of my cafe, and unlefs you wi/h to forfeit a)i claim to thV impartiaKty yon profefe, you will henceforth defi'ft from ^rendering me the objsft of fucH unparallel'd (lander I hive this ft. fpn experienced, unlefs you have tie name of th& author, to produce when called'upon. (t [The Printer dees not conceive he is warranted in-continuing an anonymous writer's charge againit a public performer, afternhat pei former has in the face of the wcrld| dif^-vowed- the aliegations brought againft hirh,, and challenged the writer "to give proof c f what he aflbrted..  Hotfpur, therefore, muft .mongrels with difJain, or lilts up his leg -to throw op them greater contempt^ as he pafTes. The tontefi is' unwonhy of you: no credit can accrue from conquefl when ihe-enemy is contemptible. At the fame1 time, it is beneath your talents ; to which you do wrong, as well as to the public, in beftowing your attention on fuch ihfignlilcant, not to fay debaling, fubjefts as the mifmanagement of pkyhoufes or the mifcondu'A of ftage-players.   Let not the fplendid proiks of full houfes deceive you, ithout merit, and loji without d*ferI-in/rjrder to' create bufinds,     -they call uld exceed belief 5-but, fro.m anin-fp^aifon- into the manner of their lives, ih^' naturVfhudaersat the proof, yet we mull give it fulPvcredit; and as byiheir contjna'dncc ia pfnee, fckeyin a few years become acquainted ilii niltiutiaa of moft men's affairs, who anfl-rtun'ate ever to have been d whom, if worth while, nd treachery,-they fel-haVe'drawn ail'his fub- with have been. in-their cu ^ by ihe'ir extortion ri oil leave -until th liaace i:om..hiau/ not more, in fome ihilan-ces,>iotbe v0^Y of the fafcinated ar.d delu-ded'*Giedit9K faicinated''' and deluded by their. arLfuf tal�f, than to the unhappy-debtor,' de-fooiied of his d: between- the ps;tyfogging trornpy, (vvhok chief fupport-is the abetting i'hoiV infernal fdvemts)'and tffe devilJs ;ucii rcgrefcntative ou earth, a (herifF's officer o fay any. thirg further on tlie fubje�\.]' -,-�-:-~ '�" .        -� TothePrinter of the Mo rni kg Chronicle. SIR, Was in hopes the rob'.iery, lately commit- _ ted on in�, by hired:ruffians in the theatre, would have-fufficiently gratified the malignity^ of my unmanly enenries.   But mean inirids are implacable in their�revenge,   L am'fur-prized, .however, th at you, who, I arrf-pe^-fuaded muft know better, Ihould irtfert the letter iigned a Conftant Reader, in your papifr-^of to-day, charging me with having writ:en -a letter, published fome  days ago,  ii -Tyebo.   You know, Sir, that I have l ji>g iince.authorised yoiMo declare.me.ihe author ,of every paper I may fend you, Rofemary-lane, two door* (rgm the Minoriqs* Mr. Desham, 'Bookfclier^ at the Hermitage, Wapping j and by Mu Taylor, bookfeller, King-ftreet, Deptford. TRUE and OR i GIN A L JESUITS DROPS, of great and experienced Efficacy in the Cure of ftubburn Gleets in Perlon^ either Sex 5 Pains in the Back and. various othar? crouhlcfome and  dangerous Symptoms* attending the VenereaTDifeafe, SoJd by the Proprietor, R. ROCK, At the Golden Head and Key, Bell Savage Gate-wa-f ..Ludgate-hill, London, in Bottks of Four or Tmr ShtUingo, with aTppl� Direftions. #*m Whereas a certain Bcrfon ispoffeffed of a Patent another, with the fame indulgence as we expert to our bwn, : . Dr. JC./s comedy has been fo thoroughly in- \ vcftigated, and- fo Univerfally 'difapproved, that I was in;hopes the fubjeft wcurd have become do'rmaht: even his few advocates-have for feme what he calls Jefuits Drops, ha* taken great: .Pains'to .depreciate this infallible and experienced Medicine, and by Adveitifements, See. to injure the Proprietor in the Sale thereof, by insinuating that he had ? commenced Profccutions a gain {I th* Venders; This is to inform the Public, that thefe valuable Drops were -tried; by the'Proprietor, fwho has had forty Years Ex-b  :    prience, and made the Vene/eal Difeafe bis principal giv6n ujxthe point,/and the dullnefs which I S.t\idy)_with great Su�c(s in his Prafticcy and fold by � " ' * � L   *'%   "bini'to thei Benefit' of Thousands, long, before the faid perfonVApp!icat?cn for a Patent for what he calls .jefuits Drops.   And as to his Profecutibri, That on Notice of Trial, being received, t{\e Proprietor ofihef�r true original Jefuits Drops attended at QuiI,-theTooth-ach,cleanfethand Jan. T5- JLLONEL.   I fallens the Teeth, price is. w.th directions.for ufing it. the letter;finned. Dramaticus, and. fit''down with LOKDp N : Printed for hru #1!L LI.AM W         ire received ;   A D E V R TISE M ENTS are alfo taken in "at S A M'� Cnffi.- Jirufe,-{near the Cuflom-Muie; V/i L L s. Coffti-".uulc,. at Trie' RoyaJ-lifchange j .OR 4 G $-h V *s (^See-Jiaufe, v4;ftuujr^of.,:Sw�fHig*s).A)ie?T' TbKa^dieiflreet-} ?E A'ST^I K-D'l.A ^otfee-liotife In Leadenhali-ftrcetjjMi.t;GlLCHlikST? $0. la \ Minoiie^V G. ROBINS OW^' PaVerWfler^Rb^'j Jr MURRAY, rppofite Si. Dunftan's Church, FleeNflrejet j" P. SHATWELI, oip'ifite AdelphU�u.(iinfes,f t&nd 1 tit inrtf 1 ir^ Mi If F      ^rw Rnn^ ftirft... A^.vertifements ofV_ffiodcrat� Length will be fienqra^y ia(citc4. i�t biy-Pafcr yb� Qa> *UtijhfX arc feat, if ctU^ucd to ifc&ffltcr.fe'kM U-' -T-   

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