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Evening Mail (Newspaper) - February 17, 1800, London, Middlesex February 17, to ary tic ' general POST Feb. 6, is hereby That from after the mr ioth a Boatman will he employed for the of fetters on board Ships lying in the River between and una alio to on his Letters to be lent by the General or Penny under authority ofthe Aft of the gth Queen for a One Penny each will demanded antl above all other Rates the every atthe time as the delivery of Letters from tius Office return in the tor Letters to be fent by die General Port the Janie and the employed to fuch Letters will blow a to give of his approach He will alfo Uniform of the Letter Carriers of and the Boat Will carry a Poft Boy as a Jiy Command flit Sec. Ue Mail on from in County of about two o mornings and on dragged adjoining and they carried away the firming The 13th, for The Bags from fat Chorley to apprehended Kendal Penrith The Bags for Wigan Chorley Penrith ' apprehend and find the or any one or this entitled Reward of POUNDS over and the of FOUNDS given by as of Parliament for- apprehending each br any one of tie committed or any or Jhall make any otic who committed the fame maybe apprehended and fitch entitled to tie find Reward of HUNDRED rective His gracious By Command of Ms FRANCIS and at their O STATE CITY of inform the that the State to on the 3d of is the that has hail two Prizes of 30.600I. arid three of 30,0001. with as of inferior and been 40 years 60 and in Capital particularly in the laft Tickets ahd are felling in great at and as money for prizes as at any Houfe in paid on and will find it their to deal as where orders or by are punctually and Schemes fent gratis to any part of the three ' ji of next the LOTTERY commences and SHARES will continue on at 1 the prices of the by at their State Lottery the of No. 8,; the King's and at the Houfe of Feb. 10, ' Tie 16s. - 7 Fourth - 4 5 o I Sixteenth - 1 a o may Shares remitting or Bills payable &c on the fame Terms as if Letters j duly POLISH STATE drawing and are now in a 1L.�.~ - and on the lowed terms Money the paid on and Co. at their old State Lottery THE tne The made it the of parliament to be careful how it voted that to grain tp the Emperor and if it were wc alfo to advance him money to enable Itim the of his h aright be What method to be adopted to make the Court of Vienna more punctual iii that the loans were made under that rendered the punctual payment of the the all bargains that Couit were and therefore it was not enter into any new A of which brought along with and did admit of. alluded but the good faith the had proved by the of Mr. to know was to become of the already due Mr. that no arrangement had yet been made the motion the Account now ordered to be The Clerk having read of 3a)f,- - Mr. Vitt lie flattered the he have the honour of the was uno would not much The Houfe had for the vigorous of the and who were of opinion that his Government wifely .in to enter on a would now only ice in the about to for and extended which it was in the nature of the to render and which he confidently hoped would enable us to profit ofthe ofthe laft was there were who excited that thero would no co-operation in the of the between the two Imperial He had ft a in to a the other night by Mr. that the Emperor of was not likely to act on the Confluent with the or any part of his but at the fame vark or to Aft of No. London j alfo at Exeter and Liverpool only has fold two Prizes of 30,000!. No. 33,979, 42,569.'" Prizes of 15,000!. 3 on a general on to overtures of luul been the if fuch arguments were- The Report of the of the Corn He to know how it was the deficiency in that a deficiency of no than two millions of quartern of and could not be for leis 12,000,000/. Mr. would vote for the the majority of that Houfe and the country decided the war be Mr. the only ground on which he would to the motion that he thought the Overture for Peace was molt and in Had there been a fair acceptation ofthe he would every for renewed and for 1 le could admit that we were fo abandon a great from of a temporary and as to the Hon. Gentleman who fa id that the opinions of were not to be contradicted he would Are riot placed here to give our individual vote with perfect independence lie did not more admire Bonaparte than did aver but any man placed at the head of the affairs of Nation not be treated with had power that in. France and they now ridiculed the of There was no end to fuch But it did not become the dignity of this Country to adopt the language of contumely ufed by the Right Hon. lie by tho Mr. Tierncy could not give a blent when he on the time the debate had One I Gentleman tells that we who the act an unbecoming part f but what was there why the few were not entitled to as much in that the When it was recollected who voted on the for the at he believed the truth would appear to that the few the fenfe of the the fenfe of the The Right Horn Gentleman on a recent for he had he did not with for 1 Such might not have been the but he certain what the * Hon. whici ciple that might come in a few nights and call on for any on fame Another he had to hud been but not The treaties were not before and they he the why fend any money at all lie knew it would be that the Emperor had of but unfortunately was without Was jt too much to aik Gentlemen to to what at the beginning of the war We then gave him a large way of what did he do Why he took our and as toon as it his own convenience he made a peace with It was that we avail of his which but for as lie want of pecuniary lie would alk how it happened that during the Lilt campaign he his own for he brought laft a greater number of troops to field than he had ever done and without from this Whoa he found he was from tins then he could find out of the Hon. Gentleman fen nod to that if be again our money he would not repeat former he the Houfe if it wore too much to fume evidence of nature and extent of the co-operation which we were to expect our He would alk Houfe alio if have the had they what he believed in his then that we were not fo have the of That was a fail now admitted by the Hon. but he it by telling that although we were not to have that on the yet that wc might reft of his being firmly attached to the common He doubted not but that wc might of the Ruffians in certain fuch as that of getting for or doing any thing for their own and He not nor did he mean that a muft the blood mull would rather it to be that of German Allies our own he no for peace was within the power of if they would but to treat for The Had that he not do it while jacobin principles He apprehended to fay it hb Mr. PHt tee to the k to take notice of particular have from and who me to the of in a clear ft in one but Twill do even fof I will in-one that word I will irdj it ii than - any peril with 1 ' coVid A- danger never before tire danger which aj all the earth - a danger whicH the of bave fii have with the feline the fame the and the had the glory of it wUh arid at valour of bur and tho of have the of the of - adopted by have hi the ami energy of of The the teivO been horror abd lels than it Bnt bto tiot If of if tions of the if Tic policy df France under the five if he in- the operation of iii all and from the of its appearance clown to the does ho think he will find in his moll lo him to alfert that French is no How the Hon. Gentleman has tbat French does lead fa an enjoying the of has at he was unable to do tinder the tyranny of all alterations of all the and of fie has now when all the and the views of different and are united in one whole fortunes have been reared in been formed in has had a greater than any other in its attacks ch the peace of But is at an end it is enthroned in one It is the as its execution now concentered and in one Hon. contend that it not the uniformity of added to the uniformity of that there is at length a perfect unity of will and with a of power in extending the In making 1 do not to fay that we are to carry on the war till the principle of J completely extinct in every That would be to engage in to attempt what could never be unfortunately for for have been ever tainted with the contagion of Jacobinical can never be quarantine can prevent the of that no the former of And I am nothing can be more than 1 hole who argne on of for they ft rive to our minds by fama of tb which they had the the we arc carrying principles which do not and that we are and of the country dh pretended grounds of and They that we have already 2OG,o6l},OO0fcin the con- I we have but country has that film its its religious its and all we at- for p every fuchr ike thing that is us and Hon. w forth and to apply tc for the 6on of country Should to IV byoV
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