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Drakards Paper (Newspaper) - October 3, 1813, London, Middlesex A Saturday Edition of this is the At brings down the of Week to the of contains the Returns of the The Sunday Edition is calculated for London and Its and contains whatever Net OCTOBER 3r*, 1-8IS, | whatever may arrive up to Sunday nith and in of taking the sovereigns by whom they aro offer the more touching spectacle of to This obstinacy in thb mixture of folly And this aversion from encouraging itself by laying the ill quences of its own guilt at the door of but a sorry promise for the future all this we i may be that the disposition they be under severe before prosperity can attend those to whom it now unfortunately We must be intimating if the awful admonitions fail to produce the improvement which ought to-be their the cause of the failure will solely | rest the side of governments and A coarse and blundering spirit in those who oppose themselves to the corruptions of authority is most mischievous its and most offensive to the lovers of provoked at sight of a well-dressed levelled a sarcasm at but shortly after meeting an made an ostentatious filth and he set him down as the proudest of the In like we are sorry to the greatest and intolerance may be discovered in the conduct of some who style themselves the friends of and What are we to think of the judgment or the sincerity of the who Will tell us that tho campaign opened with more likelihood of failure on the part of tho allies than any former one- that the first act of Buonaparte that was to inspire a doubt of the sincerity of his was his marriage with an Austrian the allied courts are for having availed themselves of the strong minds and enlarged views of and Moreau 2 It is by this last step they contradict many of their old and shew that a great change has been wrought on their convictions but is it not such a change as the friends of mankind have been earnestly wishing and shall wc repress it in its dawn with coarse mockery and reviling ed. OPPOSITE celebrity of whose work once very te is curious to observe KoV different are The strain the Russian document is as the conclusions that various persons are disposed and magnanimous as might be to draw from the same according Wetted from autocrats in an address to It the bias of their It is to this fe said to be that an age which is ment in our mode of reasoning from of understanding and that nine tenths of the disputations of the world be that in which the science crime has are to be traced as to the facts beea with the most they being generally Within the scope of our gives us to that by the science of we are seldom at issue on The text of nature is meant to established of history presents to the eye one broad and and we are instructed to hope that na uniform but most tried b7 80 will understand and unsatisfactory are the commentaries supplied their interests Hence may infer by It is there are few that in opinion of the Russian it is Will when looked only in one assume nations who have mistaken their real a peculiarity of appearance which may be dis- their proper and by those who persist in observing them from their ministers have been wholly But the a directly contrary or being of a prospect is now clearing spirit of revolt more enlightened artd liberal rest their will longer place arms in the hands of men to ment on a the two knights use against themselves or against their and came to deadly blows about the me. on the offer the more tal of which a shield was touching spectacle of devotion towards their only its maintained of the staring on its insisted that it was of gold had they looked at both sides of the matter which became the subject of their fatal they jind their country The English writer is about as candid and judicious as the He acquaints his readers that the present war to all would have saved their blood and discovered the more likelihood of failure on the part would have of than has marked the commencement had there been no but it unfortunately on the since the happens that which should lead to a of the French revolution After this suspicion of our own and set upon which certainly was as contrary to investigating with caution and has too Probability as it has turned out inconsistent with generally a very opposite It calls up necessity pride to exclude conviction it fixes us to the post this he intelligence chosen to be it good or the though greatly and renders a triumph over our adversary a very does lead one believe that the superior consideration in to the triumph of Of all who are in the habit of limiting them Selves to a view of that one side of a thing which lies most conveniently for their own and of obstinately and angrily denying that it can appear to others in a different politicians are perhaps the most positive and and of this class such as are in the of power are generally distinguished by peculiar narrowness of Napoleon are become very For the cause of this unexpected reverse we are referred to his marriage with an This was the first act of Buonaparte that was enough to make one seriously doubt of his sincerity through the whole of his revolutionary he committed this wedlock the writer thought that at bottom he was welt disposed towards the liberties of mankind but the and that does make one of discernment and intolerance of We that he brought Ins might safely refer to any minister or whom and a despotism in The we could persuade that we intended no insinuation Part of of against his own to say whether the history of the in employing in their armies Frenchmen and alluding to the Crown governments can be better described in its leading than by terming it a record of blindly as well as basely persisted and of ignorantly as well as ferociously The philosophy of a palace is to deny whatever is to quarrel with and to dis- The Russian Proclamation and the English Re as the reader take very different views bf the same but they are about equally hostile to the and adapted to prevent credulous men regard the danger by which its are chiefly a. application of the grand All this originates in a feeling of events that distinguish our and in arrogance the and moon are to stand still to carry with them instruction to enable them to vanquish their ac rulers and the value of which is how frequently do we see while fully to compensate for the severity of the the shades of foreboding the night of discipline by which is Shocking is gathering over their con- it be if all this carnage and confusion to exult in the unfading brightness of the work out for the world no increase of political s o o if governments shall emerge Ic i * dangerous storms unbraced by their shock and Ask for Whose end the heavenly bodies 1 j u Earth for whose Pride 'tis for unpurified by their trial it may be asked The plain tendency of is what happy result is be if the blow caring for beyond its own petty and conies morfe and instead of looking tial cherishes a mad belief that con- the and drawing out their forces sequences will be inverted in their to an open and manly back from in crime it will be and in weakness bury themselves among sordid interests and a zealous defence will be afforded it vicious in sottish disregard of their ob- by those whose affections it has and thai vious Russian government by its it will be regarded with awe while it makes a pa rade of what entitles it to There are now before us two remarkable in stances of perverted reasoning and each of which is of a most mischievous al though they spring from very opposite We on the one to a Russian proclamation that has lately appeared in the of it talks an unintelligible jargon abou affecting to address itself to the public mind on the 44 the science of crime and instead of cherish circumstances in which Europe has for such a a repentant feeling as to its own oppression length of time found on the other tnd which are numerous and has to a series of Saturday publications the but silly insolence to that nations continental by an English the iu their real interests bet proclamation would seem still to be as much in the dark as the most northern of own provinces during the and as much to hate the light as the owl that flies from it. The age of understanding and it has been an age of re but instead of deducing from this fact the true and evident inference against the conduct The people of England must he satisfied on two they throw themselves with their collective weight into the scale of parliamentary reform j when they have the evil spirits of corruption constrained to imitate the as it is described by the of him who first introduced corruption into the world fiend nnd knew His beale nor and teith him fled the shades of These two points the propriety of reform j the integrity of who by warmly and early recommending and boldly striving for its render it at least that they will materially the nature of the alteration that may take Relative to the propriety of effecting a reformation iu the present system of the public if not quite is pretty nearly made If the pre- ' sent mode of conducting elections be a it appears to every one of common that the law should be and the right be vested power is in the administration for tho time and a few great By this much much much much and profligacy of every would be This would be an honest and intelligible but it is at once ridiculous and base to tell the people that with them it freely to elect persons to represent them in when it is a notorious that the great majority of the people have no voice in the and that those who unless they happen to he perfectly independent in their must give under the penalty of according to the pleasure of some peer of the or other great There is not a tradesman throughout the a few fortunate who is at liberty to vole according to his conscience it stands in to and benefit a positive stipulation of the of that the election of members of parliament bb a stipulation in the same the owes his and to violate this be
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