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  • Publication Name: Rehearsal
  • Location: London, Middlesex
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  • Years Available: 1704 - 1808
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Rehearsal (Newspaper) - August 12, 1804, London, Middlesex the REHEARSAL Of the Miniftry. And the Revolution. From featucfiap Auguftthe 12th to feattuDap Auguftthe 19th, 1704. Country-m^W" km as Proud of my New Poft, I Mafter Obfervator, as you are of JL yours. Obf. What Poft haft thou got ? Honcft Country- man. Country-m. Since thou wert made the Publick Vindicator of the Revolution, the Town (I will not be fo Prophane and Conceited as Thou art, to put it Upon Providence) has made me Thy Rehearfer. Is not that thy Seeretary, Mafter, or fomething like it ? And thou being now a Publick Minifter, if not of Providence, yet of Legion, of our Scve-raign Lord the People, then I am Secretary of State, am I not? And henceforth I muft Countersign thy Obfervators, and be Anfwerable for them. But I begin in an ill time. For thy laft Wenfdrfs Obfervator, Aug. 9. is Latigh'd at all over the Town, and Defpifd by our own Friends. For "warn of 5^//^ many other like Jnftanct-s. Then I bring, vaj Charge Home upon the Government, ThaB the Mlors in thofz Difha-nouraUe Scenes have been ft ftightly P unified. This will &k* up the Mobby to think all Wrong at Court. And yon know the nexi ^things is, to think of a Remedy. _ ' ^ That BuS-Dog of Caflattdra has-Qias,d me from one toanother, till he brought m (.Part * p. 17.) whefe \ fall foul upon his Royal Highrvfilhe Prmu , himfetf, and tell him plaml& That the* Highr$Of~ \ fice in England, not above the Lam of England. , And that the Laws of England wcrtvudc to Detetl and ;