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Rehearsal (Newspaper) - February 22, 1806, London, Middlesex $itmb�' 185 THE REHEARSAL. Another Comic d Romance betwixt a FUgg-Officer and a Baker. Which is made Party-Caufe too. a SATURDAY, February 22. 1706. CoHmry*man. ~JT muffc Interrupt your Dif-I courfe, Mafter, with a Let-JL fer I have here for you from Portsmouth. The matter is about Sir Thomas Dilhs his Caning an Impertinent ^� for there who had (as he thought)- affronted him. The Obfervator having got this by the End, made a Great Fuzz, with it in his of 8th laft Month, Vol. 5. N. 85. And gave us a Pofl-Scrift to that Obfervator in a Diftinct Halt Sheet The was fo Full of it) which Contains a Long Letter to him from the Baker that was Beaten Henry Seager the Obfervator writes him, but my Letter calls him Seager. But I fuppofe we need not fpend time about fpelling the -Name of the Family. RehearfaL 1 have Read his Letter in the Toft.fcrip to Obfervator. And he makes it a Fany-Canfe, and puts it upon High-Church, which he calls the High-Flying-Fatlion. The Rancounter it felf is Worth no bodys Notice. But it is Worth Notice, to fee the Indu-ftry of a Set of Men Bent againft the Church, That no Private Quarrel can happen, nor a Gentleman Correct any Mean Fellow for his Jnfolence, but it is made a Plot prefently of High-Church, and mult be Harangued upon through the Nat ion ! But fince they have Begun it, let us hear what your Letter fays, it is Juft to hear both Parties. Country-in. The Letter I fuppofe is meant to your felf, and is as follows, cc cc "SIR, YOU have undoubtedly long before this " time met with ci Letter written by Mr. Henry Seager, and Printed in the Obfervator as a Jult and Faithfull Account only of Matter or Fad, and a Modeft Vindication of that Worfhipfull Juflices pro-proceedings againft Sir Thcmas Dilks. When it came firft into thefe Parts, we were in hopes it wou'd have undergon the deferved Fate of Mr. Tntchinh Empty abufive Libels, of being Laughc at and laid afide, or apply'd to their Proper Ufes. But finding that either Ignorance
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