Public Ledger, March 5, 1761

Public Ledger

March 05, 1761

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Issue date: Thursday, March 5, 1761

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1760 - 1761

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Public Ledger (Newspaper) - March 5, 1761, London, Middlesex iSJumbcr Lendmiy rT rH U R 8 D A Y l I Price T ce The VI S I T a j NU MB E R Lxmyv By PH op y C A N pi Efq i and fare the Who founds bis on Ku Who does our our good And orders liihick dejtre Vur vaaqHiflfd force obey l His Goodnefs takes our liberty And haughty Britain yields to abritrary f Jj I SIT 0 j Si i F thefollowing taken from the Deahf Kri4 fetmonj preached the jaft general before the Houle Jjave the fame effect upon Ppon a confiderablej part of his you contribute ufeful endeavoursto jnake them as public as May this be the happy fate of of her King arfd people May the Lord repent of the which He thought to do unto us The faje of Britain j cannof but be happy fons willlearn j live agreeably to the prej of religion The fate of Britain cannot but pe aufpi cious government THE if the wellregulated the Sovereign his uniform and Exemplary found and Ing and j of amidft the flames of cant permanent tappinefi of a nation fo lately put continue1 to fit feafyaMgra06 falupon Ws Ife ever find Jus WhyJras he manjr of His Grandfathers iti their employ given them pensions equivalent to which the conjuncture would not tohold longer Becaufe lie is he hereditary reve the difopfition of parlia ment limited income probably leife than would given to him had he demanded it Becaufe he loves his fubjedts lecaufe te is It the fame gotdnffs which prompted the very the fregal camejintp his pro clamation agarnft tcTdeclare his every thing in his difcountenance grophauenefs in all It was uhich in the Deans animates wellregu lated piety dfrefts his uni form and excmplary and preferves bis ud untouched amidft the frames o LIVERYMEN ef he Ciiy of t Why has he thrown down the partition walls of and encouraged the freeft accefs of all fubjcdls to and his Becaufe he is ardent Ids people in dbmeftife union aad llatiiiJns in practice Off and the national felicity fcevfooff pot endtb the jaft and ae ejfpferifiVe which he iand able to givje tOvtis to his and to the bleffing fo de voatly to be ihebleffirtg of an hp aa4 iwr latdS make glorious reign thecomwon all his of thefe To of our and the peace of is there a whofe heartV as well tongqeV does 4 Was f And did ever Prince better daervCdth appel Luion Good way catch the echo of oil it a place n our future as well daily converfarion Why was Our King the rtemoft loyal and obedient ojf fubjefts under Grandfather 7 Becaufe was Why was he andwhj he in the midft of the moft dutiful o fons to his parept Becasife i Why bKnYpven thofer whofe 4iave i honour Spppoaek hii perfon Ci i Whit moved htrt tia make that noble and conftituRonai his throne foch heartfdt to all his thehbife jo r Wny ftill continue to with his eatife1 bleoiaQv wJtd Kaslbeen the faithful guide of his cbnftan t arid devbteif fervari t Beca u fe he ws hisvalued and is thbfbugHy welJaqjaaiBtd ujpeHpuV merit Becaufe h of their cDcreafipg 6f theif compleat Splendid can there be true 1e which is with the lives and foriuifes of myriads uh psople i i cpul d not get ad m i Eted i n to the City of London fo QIJ that Account have inot pay put iniNomi a Canl appTpaihing E 1 take earlirtt Opportunity to rej Jjjy and i ever nci of theFayour yoif i fromthelBncouragement I have had Ymtiffc your Countenance and sripr portwhcnia Proper Occafioh hall Sentiments give with tjie greatjsft Regard andRei ij Your moft apd humble BARLOW i fronj Capital The ch ons fy die late Outrage at BrJin j the MynheeiBrAmcanipi of JofephAccuftd by PotiphMfcWife1 ilefs If tlfefe and Cheapfide in prfctJ didates id feprefenf them in the enfuirig par Jiamenti Glover liquefied the Liveryto chuie Paterfon for whfch Uvasraccdfdihgly The chairman then add reflfedthem in a very elegant and pathetic relative to Gl6verthen made a that the thanks of theLiveryniight be pubUckly fcftified to tHeii prefenc vvbrthy reprenfadve Sir John who had fervedthem faithfully and for pace of 38 years as their reprefeBtative ri3 motion with geaejal the fiallr Then the chairman that alderman one of 3 this was Agreed to Ihat had th nranof jUi mea were 26 in number intereft of this city had by pis Fpr tji is tliougK it of the and upon T 1 1 i 1 Wiffi1 para fi8 upon all qcca fiaqchiffla wuldaccnfehjm exerting as hs was freoptte by that and tranfmit tide of A T Z rVvery nutjierous Meeting theLIVERY hfijd this Day at the fbirbWing Gerftlemen were nominated apd as r6andidktei rfejprefent this eSfuftigParliafaenti Si r JRlG H ARU tyL ahd Sir SAMUEL The THOMAS zealoufly to MdjeBy King and bur in Church arid andPoll aVfr therefore1 humbly In Support of Nqminapon Londonr March mrthy of of J v O O v and of the places mention ed the a t r Y give it as becaufs pTfi JfuelxJ to are fhediftanees a Cjale of TihVmas i r T Barlow Trgcbthjckr r buifj of ut in nmination fit Sir Hon the fleet is wfiva viiflll fttionfljfr tiroVlSfieTwitH eorn Ydr me had on rtlliiS tn In the moment of from ahd in fullppflcfliem What honr oFgreatrieis by roeflages to drslare toall iervantsV he would ftill contioBe his favour and that his advandemint iefsi their worthy much called Hbnour al ttpon iSandta efitreat fiirthjer favour Intereflr and r0 3 as the crew eemed almoft ighoraat ofJoa in the hlvuig tfefcrcouVof jat the Permit to affure the Support j Brotherly about Miij Domination as a ife Gulla is about 30 fever Ocsafijn the i BrtnwBp T ROBERT Yeflerday at a meeting of the Livery of this inorder to put in aoaijnauon can WTrpALondon for drove in the fete Harms toChnfc tianfand in where ihs was ialft the 16th ;