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  • Years Available: 1704 - 1705
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Rehearsal Of Observator (Newspaper) - October 7, 1804, London, Middlesex E THE A R S A Of Obfervator, 8cc. Obfervator turrPd Match-Maker. The Defign of it. His Oppofltion to the Entail of ijb d. the Crown, as by Law EfiMffid. The Reafon of it From catUttiatf October the 7th, to ^atlirfca.P O&ober the 14th, 1704. Count ry-m. thou that UT, Out, Get thee out Kunops. Ol>f What Name is thou call'ft me > Country-m. Travel, and Learn. Ob ft I fee Thou'rt Angry. Come out with it. [let me know the Worft on't. Country-m. That thou'It furely Know, if thou Hiifs not thy Deferts. Particularly for thy Obfervator of the 4th Inftant, laft WENSDAT femught. Wherein thou Turn'ft Match-Maker, with a Vengeance '� And tak'il upon Thee, like an Impudent Dog, as thou art, to Difpofe of Princes and their Marriages. And to Determine who is to be Queen [of England, and bring Heirs to the Crown. Obf. Are not WE the Original of Government ? ^Even THOV and Country-man. WE make |&j.f, and Pull 'em Down as Jf� Pleafe. From �tf they Hold the Crowns they Wear. And they are Accountable to VS, as I fay in my Obfervator, Vol. 2. N. 2-2. To be Deprived of all Power, Imprifon'd, Deposed, drawn through the Streets, and Cut to Pieces, tfWE Judge them Guilty of Treafon againfl VS. And may not WE then Inter-meddle with theirMarriages, and every thing that Belongs to them ? I tell thee, Country-man, thele Kings will grow Saucy upon our hands, and Forget their Diftance, if we mind them not fometimes of their Original, and their Obedience and Duty to VS! But thou'rt a Souce-Crown. Thou can'ft not fee an Inch into a Mill-Stone. Thou do'ft not perceive the -Pn/f and Defign of what I have done. And I have beeitvfwt upon it by Wi/er Heads than Mine. Dos'nt thou Remember of fome Body whom I made a Cincitts Fulvim of, a Sine Clade Victor, and fo forth ? He's now, Vnfortunately, Got Above Us. Above our Power, but not our Malice. Therefore We mull take Another Way. We mult now Sooth zndElatter him, and Lead him, if we can, becaufe We cannot Drive him to his Ruin. Since we cannot Deprefs him, We'll flrive to Exalt him to a Precipice, whence WTe may Tumble him Down with a Greater Fall. We'll Betray him with a Kifs. And if he Zfa* at our Baity or but feem to Hearken to our ProjeUt, he Infallibly Loofes the High-Church,as he is already, for ever, Loft to the Low, and to the Dijfenten. Country'-to. But dos'nt think he'll confider from WHOM fuch a Prop-o ejects-from a Witch, hex Charms have Power over him. Ubj. All means mull be Try'd. This is theO-aft Card we have to Play. If we don't Catch him, we are Caught our felves, paft Redemption. But, Country-man, this is but Half, and not Half 1 our Plot. This is but a Shooing-horn, to bring about 1 what we have been Labouring at, ever lince this Reign; And cou'd never find a Proper Means to make it Bear. But now we Hope we have Found it out. That is, to get the Young Prince of Hanover over Hither in this Queen's time. That we may Flock about him, as we did about Monmouth ; And carry him About to Horfe-Races, and fuch like things, all Round England. And whoever ihew not Full Popularity to him, we'll Mark them as High-Tory-Tantivy-MenAnd fet the Mobb upon them. We'll have a new Lift of Worthy-Men, and Men-Worthy. When we faw the LqteGloriousdrawing near his Period, of Immortal Memory^ We Publifh'd a Intituled Reafonsfor Addrefftng hps Majefty to Incite into England their Highneffes the Eleclrefs Dowager, and the Electoral Prince of Hanover, &c. London, Printed and Sold by John Nutt near Stationers-Hal]. 1702. It was Printed in Michaelmas^Terrn^ 170*5 And according to the Cuflom of the Bpokfeilers in London, bears Date the Year following. There we fet down the Doughtieft of our Reafons for a Mill of Exclufion againfl Ail the Children of Tarquin, of which we Propos'd a Form, which begins thus, 11, It is our Pleafure, that the TARQ_UINSr with their whole PROGENY be Baniftfd, &C. And p. 15, we fay, That all free People have fet afide the Children of Tyrant s-7 for Reafons of Eternal andVni-verfal force. This was Purfuant to what was Jjfefolj^jn our Noble Plot of the Rye-Houfe, whej^ta;\|tt^ Abfolutely Refold d to have nothing to do wi^^J^e of the STUARTS. As is told in the Informations upon Oath, Annex'd to the Account of that Confpi-racy.p. 1$^. _ But not being Able to bring the Houfe of Com? mons to our Project; (They are our Grand Incum* brance) We thought to Perfwade his Glorious Majefty to Call over the Eleftrefs Dowager, or young Prince of Har.over, with all Haft. But be was too Cunning for Us. And did not care to put on his Winding-Sheet till he was Dead; Obferviag that _ Maxim of his Wife Fredeceff^r Q. Elizabeth. We gave a Pretty Handfome Stroke too at {bme body's Life at the Clofe cf that Treatife for bringing over the Prince of Hanover, p. 20. Where we tell of Horrible t'bings,of Blind an dClancular Bargains j but CJESARS Wije ought to be Vnfulpected, as well as Innocent. Now our Cv�SAR\ Wije was Dead long before. And in this paragraph xxxi. K. Wilitam, and Princefs Ann are joyivd together, and none fpokeof but they livo. And it is Propos'd, That Her Royal Highntj's tit- PRINCESS of DENMARK (by name) ftiou'd be oblig'd to take the Abjuration, lor further Security. But ;