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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - September 7, 1771, London, Middlesex Prom 0 A T U R D A Sqitober ft to SAT U JtbA September Gtntinuetisn of an ExtraSfrom Letter addrejfed to the O R D Halifax is a more recent of your affiduity in placing your fpies he was in he was intreated to ceed Lord upon the apprehenfron of a Spa hac abandoned his pod he had the nor thern and very naturally defired to have his old friend Lovell Stanhope for hia Conunis but this was too great a favour for the man who had made fuch a iacrifice of his good fame to your by ifiuing general pt rijb tbt remembrance tffucb fervices he infifted npon his demand with fo much that the King himfelf was obliged to come au obfcure wai continued in the and Stanhope was penfioned out of the Although his Lordfhip yet he never forgave the indignity and being well ac quainted with fyftem of placing fpies round every oftenfible manin he never ailed in his Had this Frazer been one of that which diftinguiihed it felf in the laft rebellion againft his Majeltys grand this confidential preference to Stan hope could not have furpnfed but it is doubt ful whether he hath even the merit of being a Scotchman therefore ho thing embarrafies your Lordfhip fo much as the difpofal of not by a fcarcity of thofe who jare eager to receive but by a difficulty of difcoVeriug amongft the mercenaries for it would be too barefaced to give all to your praetorians thofe who are the moft paffive and the by which the public bu finefs is my isas follows by the in adual pofTeffion of and by your eternally furrotmding the mer who are only nominally in every information is brought immediately to the every minute tranfacnon is faithfully reported to who fnbnius it diiscHy to your confidera or in your to the consideration of 4 is mother and your faithful junto forth nave it atoear ia before fte Council a majority of your tools are ready to oafs fach refo as are ftffftly correfpondent with thofe befbre taken and it wants nothing but the fanc tion of Parliament then whether national iiyaria or affront by the tbt ftrfecutzm ifaprittefj tbe juft expulfam of fome offenfivt friendof or Jl ripping fomeobnoxious nobleman iof ie order to gratify feme ptrfarr n tltjt oxaexieu ivitk jfeur it oever fails to receive the grand of This is undoubtedly the pro grefs of national andbecaafe your Lord fhip left you fhouldroufe the people to by infultingthem with your presence hath chofen to for the moft part dictating to your and that junto to the yon have him deceive and his into a that he forfooth is his mvh mi Had my a chief magistrate of that difpofition you would have us of dignity competent to the protection of tne no invading power would have dared to cfurp that execution of which conftitutionally belongs to him none dared to have fufpended tlieir execution none to have the tourfe of His magnanimity would have prevented even the attempt his prudence would iave that fuch an impudent however it may gratify his rcfentments for a mo at fome future be the means of driving his ppfterity from their and of de ftroying the It is that fo long keep our foreign enemies at yon will be able to find men for the bare will fuffer their names to be made nfe in filling up the niches whilft your fpies and underlings perform its real and exercife all its It is a and foerefbre venal my Lord meannefs and cUteraftenfe our nobility and They will receive your or tnemo of the moft Thofe who laogMtevery notion of will 4mdoubtedly laugh at you j and fhould the tide favonritifm oncefbrfeke they will be found more eager to bring your neek to the as t great gtontment all their own jinst than who openly oppofe You remercy Hi the lionpaw of a than iiuthe falfefoothlngl of that liyaena Grafton fclfknowibdgc mould Jjaye warned you of the great danger in infinuating Such wifl never be wanting j but there iwll bf Batting wifdom and to find out tfafVrjftftSnterefts of the nation wULbe wanting harmony amongft the people and above there will be waiting refped for Crown V by which ihe nerves of go yernmenj will be and the whole body pohtK rendered and But what wouidrBayebeeri your wretched condition in cafe of a war if your the had wnbt fated you from the fury of the enraged Spaniard the Duke of who to be bleffcd with a truly telefcope had with firon the the unhappy fuicide of there was no Lord Chan with that delicacy of which have lulled by the bare conlcloufneis of acting bafely or but trained up in a har dening remorfe had loft its Tremble at fuch my and femtem ber the great day of Lord Weymoutk ihrunk from the expected rupture with Spain and fuch was the and of yorur fluttering that it where apprehended Lord Chatham raoft Becalled in to This was terrible to Lort SriT who dreading the thunder of his whom he had fcandaloufly threw down the and took refage in the royal bed The thus Lord with eyes ftill ftreaming for the lolls of his dear friend lhameful lypo crify accepted it aud after as if this inftanceof apoftafy was not fufficient to mark his he thatoffice of high rank ia the to make room for the Duke of againft whofe when he had fo lemnly protefted and feals of Secretary of without the I had aljnoil of any one either antient oV mo His Grace is faid to have firft defired to be at the head of the an which moft be for ever under the and by Lord North would immediately become his fupesior but Lord fitteft man ia tte world for condufting all the mean drudgery in thofe which the Ad miralty hath could not be turned out fo Lord by means of a negotiation with his who took theof fice of feat in the To fuch meannefs will men who have once ftrayed from Ithe paths honour joftled after this difrefpedful into and out of nothing can give them a tolerable knowledge of the duties of their employments nor can any thing be more clear than your holding frojn them all confidence otherwise they could not frighted oat of their at the bare found of at a time when you had determined there ihould be no Such are the men whom you make nfe of as your as your refglved we tfiat Wilkes w to beLWobJsia of jnjnifteriai concehu Airire and tfcpeK fecmion ef hiin attended uaul he ii either ftarved or To make fuch men as to whom the charge of the Britiflr empire a fub jeftof is to write an hiftory of I Will admit nor their names haye bipt ted my were it not for the neccffity of marking out to the public their mifchiefs have endtkd them to our Would any thing but your political omnipotence have raifed Meffrst to ihe honourable rank of upon the cooduA of thofe whom you have occasionally ap pointed to the refppnfible offices of the nation How fallen ii the dignity of the Commons of England 1 how fallco the fpirit of the gentry and freeholders ofthe county of when Sir James Leather prefumes to force his the ion of a upon them as reprefentative To return fuch a man even for Old would difgrace it yei he never will come up to the or aftivity of Brad He who could miftake Benjamin not under the infloencs of Alderman for one of that name onder his Benja min Sjhyth living in one for Benjamin Smyth living in another will not anfwex Vour Lordmips There maft be either or inattention in the and nei ther will anfwer trat where fo bad a caufe is to be The confidence placed in thefe muft certainly engage their moft and warmeft aflFeftion for your royal matter t friendflrip you have fecured to as the brrght ornaments of Ms and the im moreable bnlwarks of his throng They are ever employed no dilmiffidn to four their tempers whilff and names of more refpeft are fhifted in and backwards aud in a manner no kfs ar bitrary than furprizingi From the well known hainility of Lord I had to my felf hopeffll pfofpeas of his being long continued Firft Lord of the Treafury j but they were over caft for a fhort time f he having upon die late difpute with the the tittle tabinet were in confultation how given very alarming fymptoms of enterfarnifle an opinion of hu own n aftually agreeing to the Speakers original propofal of appowting g committee to he was foon re duced to his primitive infignificant ftate objefted totheptopo fah for its want of of fpirjti and the Firft Lord of the arid mor that tke gentlemen might do ai tbq bevtouU whatever the majority Tiey then determined to commit the Lord This was fome days before the matter was moved in h State of tbt EASTINDIA Y the Jaft from drawn on die Court 6f payable two and three af 3 per i 5 Tworyeart intereft at 3 per pfcraiib whole igpayable ia and three years fft Bombay China us i In thtf toarjb pf tie enfuing the Conjjpany is engaged to pay dnethiniofdie whole Aim drawn fromBeogal Poring fame period the Com engaged to pay the whole the bills drawn from the thdy being pay rietors for dividends nt per agreement ideroniqi pa tea the market amount of exports To on at be fom that the Company and Ei Company receives from nt expenci of recruiting the army with 2000 at esck To the Jifinualexpence of conducing the bttfinefs at home 2OJOOO 11 It from the above that the thecourfe the enfuing yearii en gaged the fum of and in each of two following years thefum of with the amount of fuch bills as will be Jlwmally from different it is to be will fo tstrge the drafts of the prefent although there is ftill a debt of upwards of ffty lacks at bearing intereft at eight per per T anfwer the above enormous the loads updn which the Company can folidly depend will appear from the following calcula tionsaccurately made upon the iteit proceeds of the forgett and to arrive this feafon India j fuppofing the goods now in their ware houfes to to the whole of their junple contrda and the inveftments from for the two enfuing to be equal to the which cannot be expected if the conferences of the late jeftifeiice and famine in Bengal are Six cargoes and a ixalf from at Two ditto from Madras Four ditto from Bombay Thirteen dicco from China To prevent the cavilling of tkofe interQft it may be to make pretended anfwers to the it is to be that the following amount ef bills is only yet arrived but the reft will affuredly come very andshey will and muft be accepted and Bengal Madras Bombay China Helena 57297 Erom the above ftafc of the Companyfg appears that they have to pay this year And to receive Uierefore will fall flibrt Te TH5 imter of a addrefied to the Right the Lord amongft remedies for lowering die price of Provi which have been repeatedly laid before the propofes the foHowing plan for reducing we ptefenttexorbitant rate of one of the principal articwintheLondon markets that muft be necefla nly high m if compared with die prices in the fattjng from the number of hands 4t paffes eer itsxeaches the expence driving cattle from dne to two huqdrediniJes the gra ziers profit j 3i Ae ralefmany commiffion the carcafe butchers j Sod die wtait but chers Thofe in a rajr way of added make a large amount in propor tion to the firftcoft but Ihould The they and rtisfaid they artificial to a real fcardtr i aad thejnoft Encourage fereignecs I mean fuch as are not free of the to bring in all kinds of and to expofe them to at little or no expence The good effeft ibis would produce may in feme meafure be from a like practice in gar den fluff of all kinds which is allowed to be fold in quantities not too Urge for moft to By thin meanj the poor are fervid in cheap or chtaper in London stnT oairti ute iciniiuoni marniiftf appointedin dUferentparisof thecffy wfc cotlntiy botchers to expofe their meat for fale by the fifci gle paying a very fmall if Icon ceivetthey would flock in from all lije round within tweWe or fifteen mites oMe which could not fail to reduce the price of butchers meat to its natural valuiey rtnder the artifices complained of fhefreduaii This IB a privilege enjoyed by moft towns ih Eifc glani fome have fome two market days ia a week the inhabitants are by this meaas Supplied at a much cheaper than otherwife I have known twenty yyjjffi butchers of a market from the and towns round to tiie diftance of a dozeri come to a market with meat of ajl and the ufual prices were at a pound below what they were any tfther the were and a free Uberty given for cou butciers to Coine in and retail thetr I c not apprehend why it fhould not have the fame beneficial hcvrt it has in every other city aiid market tows qi England j What oppdStion a icfieme may rtcet from citizens ever oftheir rights and pri Icantfot preread to fprefee ho meafures are to be purfued rjbe rednSion oif the price of focfr aa coirfcMa with the citizens dealing m the fam6 arti I to announce it loft take any further or ita For to endeavour to prtveat wbat is mined fhall not be is ridiculous deed To fum up tis very evident plenty Is tfe true and genuine fourceof cheapnefs or low whatever poduces will j Now with refpeft tit there1 are certain bounds or limits whlci we cannot total of cannot be in craafed beyond a certain evtfn with the utmpft exertionof ftill tftid But this is not the cafe in JefpecV to confump that be increafed two yea or toaoy degree the profufion arid trayagant manners ifBiedmes may Thisi I am is our and genuine caule of theexcirbitaajprices fo juftjy complained Let us iitnftrafe by an eafy Let us fuppofe loo of butter have beep found amply fufficient to anfwer the demand of a fmall market that quantity Is as mucn as the adjacent farms can fupply j that the ufual price has been five pence a pound if by a of manners in the way of living die demand fer butter fliould increafe firft to 1 then to 150 and laftiy to aoo pounds a nothing Can be plainer than die price would continually adi vance ia the fame inirinen 100 is atl that is to be zoo pound is wanted thft Confequeaee theyrice is advanced from 5d to gdj or a poundj thofe that will at thofe high prices thofe cannot mUft go without This example will ferve Tis only extending the TOWN to the whole bulk of the and but ter to every kind of provifipm ing will hold good with fowls fiflij and every neeeflary L O T T E R Y i77li ENGLISH TICKETS now at State Lottery OfficS Dublin at their Stare Lottery CollegeGreen at their State Lottery Office in ftreet j and at their StateTSotterj Office tn The fdrtunate purchafers at Whiteheuf s ntef receive the following befide many other coiifidert ble in proportion to the price and quantity gf Fo a fingle fdinea yob may get jeooL For half a guinea For five fliilling aiid fix Englilh itjoU For three Engiilh For two For EnglJfli Tkkets Shares of Englifh Tickets fottf pounds One Half Five ftiilings fix Or and y ImmedtJitentoney to the fortunate To Gentlemen of the and ANY perfon hating legacies of to J313168or deeds or tPft wheteqf require to be or bufinefe totfiinfeaiii opportunity 6t having the eatelndbn of their ty a Gentleman well in JamMcvhaviiflt there fome and will faij firon hencain virho vnll with the moft care and difpatchj and being fenfibk how the y himfelf out claims in that en a at tbt Portugal few ;