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THE POPE, THE OEVIL, AND THE PRETKNDhR. SIR, THE above Firfn is known to have carried on business on !Ií\cOidiïws of this kingdom, (or in other words* In or about it") many years, much to f he apprehcnsion.of. mailJ a good pro fest a lit and loyal subject, as by/act. of Parliament so made. In the very strange times whicu wfe are placed in, the partner- sllq- llieed Douetl YO", has by causes partly political and partly natural, been dissolved, fhe Pretender, ifter being no Pretender Iltd and. the .Pope having been" forced to j.ut off that scanet garment, which brought upon his.house so opprobrious an appellation, the third memher ot the original association has chosen to begin business again under ihe dp- si^aiUiou of A DEVIL OF A PRETENDER ? which be if. Kuowa, .is now to serve the turn of the rori eq; as the ed that of the dear Whigs. Being a plam man myself," and having in truth no grcaltum for ei tier Whiggis-V, or l'oryism, which may welt be no<* deposited in the tomb of the Capuiets" together, 1. » should not have entertained any thought of 1' at, this new (commissioti I sitpnos") 0-lfive t but that your most wir-e cnntemÃon. ries havechosen to guarantee Hie-existence of it. When the exact regard Jo s-robuy, trnth, »iid-knowledge ot these gontiemeii well known it eaunoi be 'or one moment a m' fer of wondér. that have been led to e!tq,Mre ¡¡¡II) the nature ot this new aiul curious inst^. tuiion, in consequence of their'.â¢atresfa'iom;- i accordingly, that abonS a (en!\lrVal.d a quarter ago, a certain very beautiful y<».»!»> Lady, called Henrietta Stewart, manna a certain Duke of Orleans, and that the dari ter of thai young Lady married a Duke f ^avo.y. in the' mean time some little eve; had-happened among us, such as turn in- i. a Km-v the brother of this Henrietta, of the country by his own .dtitiiul son-in-hw Vw and daugiiter a! 1, be it observed, tcr e good of tiie country, and for no olher renter,* Well. Sir, to make a long storv short, K¡, George is upon the throne of iai-(-I, a p I believe upon the auteoritv of the wiseacr-s above mentioned, that i be'great great graud- daughter of (he Duke of Sav jy is how*"pf,n- cess of Sardinia, !ti.d IS aboutn, b(> fOdhw-illt- â¢uarried to \apotero:-i Buonaparte, who- by tho 'nusf^d r-c' po s b e iaductiou is ihtis to oe the very PRETENDER iiefore aliuded to. Whv, Sir, the arms of Great Britain ai d Ireland, are to be immediateU quartered Wilit the bearings of this itioderu Charlemagne- in pantaloons, with a bag of bees upon his hack who, it is notoriously known, is so well grounded in the affections of our fellow' subjects, that the most deplorable effects may be instanta .e-juslv anticipated. These be facts, as Dogberry says; and serious facts too when we reflect upon the strange c-oiiic-ideti I CC$ between these pretensions and The late pro- ceedings at Oxford The apostacy of that I)tilwark ot' pri)testat)tiitn liaq forced Bishop Hough to turn in his grave. I. In short, Sir, unless the Papists he all im- mediately shut up in coal-pits my Lord be "unchanceOorcd" upon the grave of the Ilishop of Worcester, and the whole Royal Family of Sardinia be brought off by Lord Collingwood froin Cagliari, 1, goodprolest- liit as 1 am, beg leave to predict the most iernble consequences, I am, Sir, An ALARMIST. P. S. I had forgotten to observe, tbaf the obnoxious iVapoleoii, notwithsiaudrng his wo- ifig about in slioesor boots, to hidtrhis hueis, is very well known to be what be is,- lltmseii Of all the fools jackets before hiui Napoleon had to choose, he cifose that of Dagoti'ei'C, it should seehi, who wasa king of the :\lcrov'el'la" race, and who had his jacket powdered with bees. The utoderu 3 ack Pu(i(l ilig has, 1 ke it, a great deal itss hauey, than oilicious^essi â¢

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