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Daily Post (Newspaper) - October 25, 1744, London, Middlesex 7846 October 25, 1744. To the Author of the Daily the Ballance of Power in Europe is in Danger of is a which may be by any Man diverted of Views and Party Thai H- may be in is what I readily but Pate I will be fo unreasonable as to that the Ballance of Power will be y u. Let us then turn our Eyes to the Jf that were to fall entirely into the Hands Iof Europe undoubtedly be in a State of Bondage But as there is no fuch Danger to be apprehended from the let us fee how Matters really and mift the Scene from Improbabilities or One Part of the of the Members of the of is to procure the Emperor for his to the Ian J as their with that of the Houfe of is to effect we may allure lint fome Turn of which no human can a Partition of that will infallibly take Place then the out between the Lid i Hungary and may be left frith of and that France will ret the art of the if not for her i would whether there will be Power enough left in Europe to tlie if they mould make any Attempts to their * Every Man with and knows any Thing of the Strength and of Princes and States of will in the But for Argument's that is ome one Potentate in who bids fan for it the reft 5 Cafe I humbly take sue to lay before your Readers the following matter where I have I contains fome Advice that Great Britain would lo very well to follow in mt taking any Thought for ' A certain wife Man meeting a who had undertaken to force a Shilling from every he gave him a Shill a Blow or | a Whereupon his young him for ufing God hath given as much than to this Jeud Fellow whereby you would undoubtedly have had the and the World from this you will be if you do But wife Man ' They that buy their Peace do bed j and I know it is ill lighting with a. Fool you not the Value of your own Welfare and and much lefs the Manner of the For though I were not an old hut a prudent yet I tell that he who will not a Shilling to keep muft have his Sword always iliac will be always though with the Benefit of ten Advantages one muft certainly lay out more than ten Shillings to buy And I as where there is hewing of there will be Splinters ing on every Side after a Man has the he muft give a good Reward to the even when the beft The Bucket will come home broken at lair and Fighters at laft find their for the flouted Hercules is he ' Time will inform that I am not io all the crooked Wood I meet in this For I alfure you it will happen to this 1 ool as it did formerly with the who Ending a wife in the him if he found him any more The Crab thinking as who willingly fhun Ox which they kill with a that he would alfo fhun this gave the Frog good immediately according to its and giving But and the Frog concluded that he than the and fy fell upon him defended and at laft And feeing the World .is full of I tell you Coxcomb growing confident by a few good will foon who wiU the of It. is certainly much better a and hot a his il the Ballance with this was ' foon verified by for a while * Fool fetting upon other at laft as a Fellow that would * rather fight than give him a who 4 him down and Whereupon the wile Man 4 fome Sayings to be over among 4 which were The Number tf Fools it infinite and * to cure a requires one and a for without 4 Blows it cannot be There is but one that I know for Britain's concerning with the Broils on the which may be the Subject of fome future s IV &c. PORT N E W S. Laft the Privateer of this Capt. Tames from a OB. to Spithead the for Havre de and the Adventure Capt. now 3rriv'd the in nine Days from bound for London with Off. his Ship the from and remains with the and Men of War the St. for the for Newfoundland the for and the for The from is at L O N fi O N. Major-General Onflow arri at his Houfe in from the Army in This Morning the fecond of the fecond Regiment of will march the third Battalion of the Regiment are to do Duty at St. and the fecond Battalion of the third Regiment will go to the Savoy for Laft died at George Receiver of the the of Suffolk and Laft Week after a long M. of in Germany j a learned and ingenious remarkable for his in the Secrets of Laft the St. a Martinico valued at 30,0001. was at a Court of Admiralty as 3 legal She was taken in the Bay of about 17 Leagues off Cape by the Godolphin and into The fame Day the Bezada a Ship of 300 taken by the Monmouth Man of Capt. off laden with Wine fiom the was The Tryal of the which was to have come on in the Court of at for Men into the Service of the King of was put off to the 2.4th of the by as it was that fame of his material were in Laft Night the who was to belong to the Gang of Soldiers lately taken up for in Town from and foon after was fent to the Savoy and the fame Night the Corporal was brought from St. in and carried to the fame where he was and given to keep him from the other A by the Gentlemen in the Counties of Surrey and in order to a Sum of which is to be given in Rewards for apprehending any that kill Sheep to take away their Fat j to be paid by the Sheriff of the County on High at z Minutes after 3. in the i Sea Stock was 109. South Sea Annuities noto 1 New South Sea Annuities no Bank Bank Circulation a J. 7s. 6d. Lidia 180 to 179 1 Three Cent. Annuities 93. 1743, 91 Ditto 92 3 Royal Exchange ranee London no India Bonds 11. 13 s. Tallies no Seven Loan no per ditto no Three x half per Exchequer Orders no Three per ditto jio Lottery Tickets 111. 2 s. 6 d. lbs Old Swan and in Oih be t hope rhe Favour of my who may depend on the belt of By This is to give To all Gentlemen and ia Trade and a regular is fit t ltd London and tit and that Andrew at is appointed twill take all imaginable Corf that Letters be in the or to Captains cf fuch Ships as in about Fifty Years who can be extremely well and is fit for a to private Family in Town as or ro be Companion to any Lady which ihe is very well having haA a liberal and being her of in any of cities upon the now greatly in 7 She will wait cni any if to where to attend by leaving a Line lo A. Lt a in - 1 At the of of the Nobility and MR. at the Royal - this a new rhe Corner of for tlie of liis are and Shares of and Shares of in the and wiJl tinned during the whole Time Buc as it will he for he has provided a large of to every and Choice bjt the of he in Town and as he lias now laken able Partners for this 9. To be ANNUITIES of various and for to 1* Freehold for E. N. left at the Rainbow For Sale by the CA N ' a AT the Marine in the 26th Three landed ftom The Silk may be feen at Sharpe's in Sr. from Day to the Time of With his MAJESTY's Royal Privilege and Dedicated U the Reverend Lord Tbh Day is Second carefully and by tie the J fork being and beautifully printed a Two ' - ANew the HOLY witli large Explanatory By THOMAS Sf The ef the Work - In the HIS to give a of the the Beginning of the unity the Senior the in order rectify the ing ifas feirly to the material Exceptions madeira the recorded n tack Period of attend each to arid u ThV is with MapS and ail Matters to in and At K ' At any fingle Number or Numbers that are 10 the bErs mays be had at 6 d. Printed by hit the and Printers in and ao ted Towns in Britain and 1 - This Day we be tU Ath a of the Church of Wkk an Account of anil .at the Mr. tibt proving the Doctor to be by zll a federal of that of thax famous Abilities as an Years is proper to precede his Trial in rhc 4th Volume of that The Whole wrote by cK Author 1681. St Bali in *
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