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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 9, 1764, London, Middlesex V N N T Vol. XIV.] From MONDAY, January 9, to WEDNESDAY, January ir, 1764. [Numb. 1014. T U c o J- ESDAY, January io.- ONTRY NEWS. Harwich* January li Tuefday ths Marquis of Granby came hither to. wait the a-mv,aio�the Hereditary, Prince of Brunf-wick, whft is ' tc It is reported of Alexander the Grer^ s a (acrifipe to jus refentment for flic The following DiiTertatioti on the Jufike, f iVijAbfal dXi ed: Now whether this fame ^�fcalapiusv he' imagined, Had, by thus refufing his interpofi-tion or aidtowards the recovery of his friend: obftrufted afny amdur thatwas then carrying on between them, our author does Dot menl; tion ; but be that matter as it will, .thfe'lSud^ ble fpirit* of reformation; or rathef" extirpa* tion, ha,d thence poflelfed the Monarch; ahdt though no Minions were retained, or Com? miflioners appointed, to colour the proj��^ and his motives, pehidventtxrevkfe'lihldindus^ yet are we "ate^ much inclined td believe the'' fame full ^spious, equitable;and welt-intended, aS,tbofe;of our more moderrt Hero. " If, from' the obfervations as above, arrt� one fiioiild be fo haftyandweakias to fuppp& "^'T,D^ undertaking, the geheril'eaufcqjf _ _t orw^re tinftured^wit|i the leaven' of any kind"of papifticaf pravityi-w6 can on*'. ly-'pity hii? judgment;:for"cbdugli we bdtfc^ trult and rejoice in the confidante of our Re-, demptidn^ through the blood aridf^riji�s:'bf. he would, in recompcriice tncrecrfi lhave great --* - preferving' that woodr;" "r"�^" the branches, in catting away ble and fupertluous boughs, i the briars and thorns that we to the fair trees, and making grove of great delight and p! when this fame axe nad once ca- ery,..,tne Laws of iingiaiid' bt oaf fj^j which, '.with all their-ivilUon " _"','*v;" ^ to contrive, it ie'ems, no better me^b^'bf |rl^ ing every -one of its poor debtoffc to-mtti^ rce and re'ftitution, thanthat-eff acottfraViitd ] ivlonkery'jthr. -/fa in one or sitb&tof the jails of*" this kingdom" t Now Whether fnch M&nfar)\t>&'voluntary 1 or compe1IedkLit makers Kttia 'in- its confe*' uu he fo laid abaut hJ r �d b^ twenty years .ago, to; Te^d ^ 1 both timber, top ^nd lop, that a^W�t I ^traiife upQn trade, with:a�diW ument I tat* fays". Mr. Hooker, which, at a very liberate calculation, may be now reckoned ax two hundred thouiand at leail: This drinking, deep indeed ; fuch another reformation wo,uict driiik the cup, and all; and, we i^f, jreligion ic�'lf would thereby be truly w^ ;� danger; for whoever is \\ eak en gine that the Chriftian reiigio without a churchy the church gy^'or the clergy without a dec^i j and independent provifton, and i 1 -�n nne KeaLord�M^JLabo pence 'e than in tgh to ima- caif fttbfift tit a cler- [^jeputahle, ' 'tenance; a noDia company of ufefai Members to 'tkk State, no doubt; and doffhlfe'th^ nty&ber ra be found in all the other jails in Europe pug, together, 1 : 44 Since then we have digfe&d fo JSti>"we beg-the Keader's leave but tp" add a few ob-iemtions farther on this head,'and we ftiall agiih return to the niore immediatetfubjeft o� our vfcork. .** But' the out-cry* foifooth, is againft 3. : much to c*if ai�*uit4g ;