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Cincinnati Israelite (Newspaper) - October 22, 1869, Cincinnati, OhioPublishers 150 West fourth St Cincinnati it my. William Meyer is our authorised travel tag agent. Ter us of subscription t a n i i a a a a Wal was i Jim athe israelite per ,.4 00 the literary Clec per annul 3 00 Deborah .�.�r. 2 00 i a israelite and Deborah to one address 5 00 the israelite Deborah and the literary hectic to one address. 7 00 either paper to any part of Europe free of postage an additional charge of.1 50harrington by Maria Edgeworth chapter Xiv party spirit a in politics ran very High about this time in London it was in the year 1780. The ill Suc Cess of the american War had put the people in ill humor they were ready to believe any thing against the ministry and some who for party purposes desired to influence the minds of the people circulated the most ridiculous reports and excited the most absurd terrors. The populace were made to believe that the French and the papists were secret favourites of government a French invasion the appearance of the French in London is an old Story almost worn out upon the imaginations of the Good people of England but now came a new if not a More plausible bugbear the Pope it was confident y affirmed that the Pope would soon be in London he having been seen in disguise in a Gold flowered Nightgown on St James s Parade at Bath. A poor gentleman who appeared at his door in his Nightgown had been actually taken by the Bath mob for the Pope and they had pursued him with shouts and hunted him till he was forced to scramble Over a Wall to escape from his pursuers ludicrous As this May appear the farce we All know soon turned to tragedy. From the smallest beginning the mischief grew and spread half a dozen people gathered in one Street and began the cry of a a no Popery a no papists a no French v1�?the Idle joined the Idle and the discontented the discontented and both were soon drawn in to assist the mischievous and the cowardly surprised at their own Progress when joined with numbers and when no one opposed them grew bolder and bolder. Monday morning or. Strachan was insulted lord Mansfield treated it As a slight irregularity. Monday evening lord Mansfield himself was insulted by the mob they pulled Down his House and burned his furniture. He Gate was attacked next the keeper went to the lord mayor and at his return he found the prison in a Blaze that night the Fleet and the Kings Bench and the popish chapels were on fire and the Glare of the conflagration reached the skies i was heartily glad my father and Mother were Safe in the country. Or. Montenero and Berenice were preparing to go to a Villa in Surrey which he had just purchased but they apprehended no danger for themselves As they were inoffensive strangers totally unconnected with party or politics. The fury of the mob had hitherto been Dinger was away t fund efforts by Tom Aben to x of and their a Tore
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