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Rehearsal (Newspaper) - October 21, 1804, London, Middlesex E T H � E A S A TAj ObfervatorVPr^^^/'^/^ his TrjaL The Argument of the Whiggs, Tto f% not fa Diloblig'd, becaufe of the Money they have in the Publick Funds. The Obfervawr's RELI+ GIQN. And Greatnefs of his Church, From aatttrPS? Oftober the 21th, to gattKPap October the 28th, 1704. TTN my Obfervator next before the Meeting 1 of this SfjpoH of Parliament ^ laft SATVR-S �>y4r\ Offo^. 21, I. gave notice, That my Obfervator fhcu'd ccme out TVee T/t�� a W'^fi. And told, That I had Notice of my Tryal to be on the Fourth of November next, for Writing thefe fame Obfervator s. This fhews how little I value the Profecution of the Government, which I have Bully d. And mud flill continue to Butty. That is tht Word given Me. That is the Security of our JV/v, and their Strength-. Without this, We cou d not make our felves Considerable, nor Terrify! Have 1 Notice then of my Try^ f At the fame time I tell them, That I am fo far from giving over my Ob-fervAtsrs, for which they Profecute me, That now they /hall have mere of them than ever they had. And for their iW/c* of my Tryal, I 67^ Them Nettie, That my Obfervator {hall henceforth come OU� every Tuefday, Thwfday, and Saturday. And for What End ? 7/�f f/;.D PEOPLE may know for what 1 dm Trfdl And I fay, Tiny ought to Know. Here I Bully th& Gevenment again, and my Judges'.' Let thetfl look to it, I have Appeal* d before-hand to the PEOPLE \ And Arraign d the Judgment of the Court (if it IhouM Pafs againft me ) to all the Mobb in England^ who will take their Account of my 7ry-from What I have Already Reprefented it to them* A new Method not before known in England* And if Permitted, may become a Precedent of AO fmsll Conference. As is the like Method I have tiken in Difcovering the Abufes, as I Pretend in the Admiralty, Navy, &c. by Blazoning them in my Weekly LtBE LS^and Complaining that I can Get no Juftice.Wh&teby I Prejudice the Mobb againft the6V vernmsnt ill over the Nation. As Abfolam ftole the Hearts of the not by Accufing David, but frying, TWe � Deputed of the King to do Jnflice. Thfafk\\l Refiefts upon Him. AndnoGo-vernmtnt Can Stand, that will fuffer its Adminiftra-thn to be PVB LICKLTLampoon d. ft muft unavoidably Alienate the //T/>/>Vof-itfelf; And All came to Cweh} when they faw there was nothing to be Got by (laying out of it.' But his Brother K. James Ih fet Q% up again. And what he Got by it is well Kaewa, We were All as much Down, and as much Dif-fpirited as Ever, upon the Death of our Late Glorious K- As thou did'ft Remind me in thy Rehear, fal, N. 5. And if WE had been let alone, Wc fhou'd have been as Quiet as a Moufe in a Cheefe. But now that are Valu'd and Confided d,WE are Ccnfiderable again. And will have t'other T^d? for it! I tell thee, Country-many they Dare not Difobli^e VS,. our Prfrry having fo much in the Bank and Publick Funds. Countrym. They have Us theFafterfor that,Man; For tho'W� be Falfe to Every thing Elfe, We never will be to our Inter eft ! It has been the Policy of fe-veral Kings to Run in Debt to their SubjecJs^oa Pur-pofe to keep them Faft to their Interefl. And feve-ral Church-Men being Deep in the Funds in the laft Reign, was the Greateft Security our Good K. had of them. Obf. That was an Vnlucky Thought in theer which may be lmp*ovd. Be f.>re thou fay nota word of it to any parliament Men. It will Turn the ftrongeit Argument we have�- Us, to be Quite gainfi Us. But haft thou Obferv'd what I bid thee to get me, All the Libells that have been Printed fine t her Ma-jefiy's Accejfon to the Throne, again ft her Majefly* s Title* aeainft the HANNOVER Sacceffion, in favour of PERK IN, andagamft the ENGLISH Liberties, All which I have Anfwer'd, that I may have them Ready at my Tr; aU Country-m. All that Thou haft Anfwer'dl Which are Thofe ? Thou onght'it to know Them Belt I never heard of One of them. Or of aoy Anfwerever ThtuGav'fk, except Calling Rogue and Rafcal, and Bellarimin thou Lyft. But 1 have already minded thee of aMonftrou-r and Sen]'clefs LIBEL, which 1 have Anfwer'd-, And [truck the Vile VA1LE1 Dumb, that he Dare not Rech a Word. And it may do thee Confiderable Service at thy Tryal. It is the moft Impudent andVn-grateful of Whiggs, who Endeavour'd to Murther, and has, what, in him lay, Murdered the Memory of the Manvino had put the Greateft Obligations upon him of Any in the World , fav'd him from Hanging, which he Richly Deferv'd, and'from a Whipping, which he thought more Grievous. It is the Famous Obfervator-The very fame-Alias Bays, alias Nobbs, alias Tutchin, alias Alias. Now look into my Rehearfal N. 2, and 3. There thou wilt find how he Ad:flakes, Blackens, and Condemns the Revolution. Corapairs it with the Murder of K. Charles I. And makes the One as Jxslifiable as the Other. N. 11. he is AminFb