The N O R T HC OZ-IN
UN-1 V E R S A L I I JI; '!-:! C E R.
: . ' ; ; ful of murmurs among the people, and too
To what could it be owing that the reigns of fo prCgnant of cenfurc from a patriot writer, to
many of our bugs have been inglorious, unjor- lay you under any nccefl'.ty 0f treading iri the
innate, ana even jaiai 10 wemjeivcs r ij w -ingenious of your unprolihc brethren.
may give cremt 10 mjiory, tney eviaentiy pro- Thcrc are, however, feme cafes, in which an
cceded from one of theje eaufes-i that is, either extrafl mav be hichlv act and ufeful : and tar- .
frsm the ill.deftgns and emcmpts of-the prince. ,Vtfrv when it is from a piecerwhichrtrom
nJ"h eg"'"!- e .liber ties. oj his luhjecls; the original form of its publication, and the
or from his iufferin? some other Person u,u ,j ; r..-. ; ,nn,r if r.,..,.,!
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over them in .His Name. . : nor generally remembered. If, therefore,
CRAFTSMAtf, Jan. I
you think this a fufficient rcafon for printing
thc;fbllowihgy taken from a nphamphlet pub
;STT -U R D: A" Y,: Oilctir lty 1763.
limed about twenty 1
even years ago,
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which then made a very great hoife, it is at
your .iervjce": It not, Jnubmit to your better
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27; fatal Con ftauentes of 'MlnW
ffi.ffiffiffijffi-yT has long been a maxim iwith or, the Difference feru; Royal Power
ikM'i ion wtthextcniive extracts from J of the crown, fhould be able by the many
gljW other publications. Thefe fort pofts and penfions at their difpofal, to influence
V M of Geniufes feize on every "po.- elections of all kinds, and both houfes of par- .
pular production as a lawful prize and iiav- 'liament, fo 'as to have; always a majority "in
wMucji .icviuus ciicunuuiii uj mirouuce eacn.noulc, under the abiolute direction or the
it with fome degree of colour;-which, general- prime, minifter for the time being, it would ;
ly. fur.nifhes a fmgle paragraph only, .the piece be no way ncceflary for any minifter to defire
is down to their jize, and happily ferves to a farther facrifice of our confiitution ; for,, by
iillup the remainder of the paper. ;I have ob- both houfesbeingundcrfuch a tli'reaion, our
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fairs continue on their .prefent footing,, do I people.
. vtppn.iituu ;uu wiii cyci experience a. icarcny j:nc outward -tornimignt, ana prooa
, cf iubjeas Jie infolence, ignorance and in- xwould, be kept up j biit every man muft feg; .
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