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Country Journal Or The Craftsman (Newspaper) - August 26, 1827, London, Middlesex The COUNTRY JOURNAL O T H E 3 M A 0 % CALEB 1 7/ August 1727. O veri asm u las non imperio magts quam reddere quicquid fieri non fideris rn ore nia omnia aud Qp velut H E Condition of a Sovereign is attended with fo many Cares and in a free that it requires peculiar Virtues and Qualifications it with any tolerable Degree of Glory to or Advantage to his Having in a former between a. bad Reign and a bad and pointed out the Marks of the I in the Reader with Tokens or of a good And this I do in the general and Without any particular Application fo that ir may ferve as a Mirrour for the Princes of any and a of to the People of all The arid of a good Reign is the good of which we may be any when He feems to direct all his Views to the Welfare and of his Kingdom When he endeavours good Opinion and looks on their Affections as the teft Support arid Security of his This the fundamental Point and Groundwork of a good for it is that a man of an tyrannical or ambitious Temper ever reconcile to the Virtue of a free People whereas a who centers Ambition in the Love and kind of laudable gives them the to a gentle of fo far as it comes immediately his own But the good of the Prince is of to the Welfare and of the gracious he may be into and very fatal either by his own wring and want or by the evil and Influence who are never wanting in their Endeavours to make both their King and their Country to their own private It is therefore another happy for any and a very Indication of a glorious when there is a Prince on the Throne of known Sagacity and who for many applied to the fludy of the Manners and of that over which hath placed as that Prince who hath no of his can never be weli therefore this is added to the the Hop and Expectations of a Nation may be as his own good will prevent him from making any attempts on their fo his Knowledge of their Constitution will both Him and Them irom the and of It is of great Advantage to any to have a King of approved and Skill in military the Reputation of which will People in a that none of their Privileges or Acquisitions will be given at the fame that it will deter their ambitious Neighbours from offering any to This noble Endowment is more when it happens to be fo well tempered with Prudence and that it does not like fome with extravagant Notions of and Knight-Errantry ( which have been the Ruin of fo many but exerts only 011 proper and when his own Honour and the Safety of his People immediately is another excellent Virtue in a Sove Prince when the Exigencies and of that over which He require Frugality and good By I hot mean a and which is highly Character of a great but only fuch a political in the of the publick as will effectually conduce to lighten the Burthen of the without the of the or retrenching from the juit Dignity and Grandeur of who wears it. But the and indeed infallible Token of a good Reign the Prince applies to examines the State of publick makes and is always ready to receive the Complaints br bf any of his Subjects when He takes the of Honours and Preferments into his and according to Merit and former This Conduct in a Prince is highly dh a double as It tends to make the People at fame time that it will to a Number of faithful and lading in Service he may always depend when a gets the far over his as to the of all Favours to will either fell them to the beft or them cm fuch as will become the Tools and of his own both of the of the arid Wei - fare of the Mafter never looks into his own but gives up to the Management and Direction of his Cafe of a Royal the an higher Degree and we upon that as great have the other Glories of their by and too much Confidence in fiers They commonly make ufe of to the grand izing of and their without any Regard to the Publick } there ever was a of political Application and who does not make a Figure in for fuch a commendable implies a Concern for the Good of his arid is as in a. good Prince ( who to reign in their in order to him the Snares and Treachery of as it is ib a wife to their Liberties the arid Machinations ofa bad All any Nation hath to hend under the Reign of a. good Prince is the Influence of evil and it being to guard triefe They in a great all fears of this whea rhey are fo happy as under a King of great and For even the of find means to into fome degree of Favour with yet they will not be able to maintain it the of fo many Royal Qualifications and v Machiavel takes notice that there Rule for out a bad u When 6 your fays more careful felf than and all Actions and pointing at his own and Man will never be a good nor ever to any for hath the Affairs of his Prince in his ought to lay all of A but what is for Profit of his Though this Doctrine I am a little toq bard for the of what no Prince expect to hi this yet when any great counter to this what is for the Profit of to hut is Us own it is a certain fign that he is a to fee with the of -a Prince the of a whole To this excellent Rule of others for a he endeavours to a who th his Prince and the of his Countr Indolence is a which great which they have bot of excellent have upon for it will happen in .as does in private to Which are feeh to feie ibel 4o^k#��
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