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Morning Post And Fashionable World (Newspaper) - March 31, 1795, London, Middlesex 1 v 1 r J h L - J 1 r - ll 4 1* t 1 7.1, of r % - es ever offered to i Twelve and continue OF * MARCH tb take for Iter of that all tife French of the French in thS - fince banning of the War as i ROYAL L 11 L X the 27;h of April are desired to send i twith their of the ef hE t&ti the toi mfe Seventeenth to toye r capture i 9�r vere in ail of their numbers fell into the hands of the it is expected close possible No be of blame 4*- to fee the of Jtp oe - 1 the powers of Europe iaw the licy what their f to But 6? of their feon as England Mr. HOLM and inform the that they RELINQUISH their READING this Wiek at did half m dit J graces 2which happened to all the collateral evils which it with it in its and the in with which their was the score the vital the very being $ ' .no would riot their I then iio longer in Mother to cuke of was the France the enemy of order and but as foon as the Duke was he made Peace With the Trench Re- fhat grand a the eht in that the the wretched people who and did it not the ol nd He then French the Weft was one that any of plages in Guadaloupe we have entirety and only a St. remains to which it is likely we Of the Eaft he would that one might think of advantages in- that quarter he feared for we only lofe the French m our he i if and naval operations undergo He reprobated thd Reading in PASSION being prece dented by the example of Messrs. and It been intimated that their intention was 4nd that he had His then adverted to J art without abandon the accomplishment of It. tADIES and - THE ELECTION of Six of the EAST INDIA Being appointed for 4be of April the Favour of your Vote mnd Interest h the following e of England to and with a particular 6f import ant the 6f his motion for I had been agitated America a ed upon the of behavin g intemperance to inferior his Noble Friends and he fide of majority of the though exertions defeated of changing the unfortunate that iht fui was fir ft 3X^^:fa^clies'-'anil:tian%reIBons that to involve -us in- a. with 17 ' v George Esq. Robert John Esq. Jacob Esq. Lionel John Esq. East India March Which will very much Ladles and most Humble -a we fill and if not to though this were the their willfully calamities that ever menaced the he between trie p of but he could think both and in their measures of attempting to that happy in calamities of the muft them the id adverted to I if to go into a Committee the of ' Stephen Lushington X Metcalf Parry Scott George Tatem Stephen William John Francis William John Smith Thomas Simon Charles on the State of the It was to the of our enquire th of imminent danger and impending that to hut he that they lewis It 4 and of the he * ' be Fortunate enough to pee vail on to mends would introduce many M callad Upon flip World from views again ft other called upon them Republican they their Fidelity to their take it fox but for He would Ms the anarchy of | and is not the is with the ports of Franca He he omitted to dwell particularly on the yea he fay of be blocked up by the is the Commerce ia that might the real caule J of Lord Robert no danger He then adverted to the TO THE PROPRIETORS AND the of being recommended JTI by the DIRECTORS of the EAST INDIA as the Six Candidates for tbe to be chosen this year y tve take the Liberty tbe favour of your Potts on tbe Day Wednesday of April We Ladies and Your most obedient - JACOB JOHN last India March 27, 1795. of the misfortunes prevent future and it the People of and the calm and behaviour of that braVe People to in- the Evil that involved the | He would omit to at large Country in the horrors and calamities of he argued more I Wrongly again ft His | the of that the Swifs Cantons have derived and To the PROPRIETORS of Ladies and T India thought to recommend to your favour a List of Candidates for the ensuing in which my name is not I think it a incumbent on me to take the earliest opportunity of the Proprietors at thai I With the my determined to withdraw my name the present occasion 5 leut at the same I the liberty of communicating my intentions of offering as a Candidate for the next vacancy that may when flatter myself I shall be favoured with the honour of your I with the highest Ladies and Your most obedient humble fic the and that they found them the relations the their 1 great adverted military he - in all the of the betrayed the the and the cruelty of We he of ahe ever depart the of we cannot thousand to the of Flanders have been the grave of arid cwn at abroad and though have of them already he would taike a general view bf the atad he had little doubt of prevailing their to adopt what HE Court of the United n to clear them as much as the that attaches to They ought to the that not negligent of public opinion andr March 1795 JAMES Europe that they npt their hereditary their for Honour and He really there are in all nbt think that His the to party and he believed that is not a Nation in Europe that of England the War drid in If To the PROPRIETORS of I fl muft be ob- deaf to the voice of and their own if the public and aWay in of of he Ladies and THE Court of having dope to insert my tbe House List ensuing General 1 hope this may be an additional Inducement to you to mfe favour of yoar and permit me to that if S aril in the situation which I now it shall be my endeavour faithfully to perform the duties of it. r It has been my earnest desire to pay my or about Town J fail to execute this bur to a want of aW and on all occasions to peat with Which I have the honour to Ladies and Your faithful humble - ' Cob tended very much of the of this and that with the expences of the all our and we have done If we did not if we had fent could they be in z worfe they Could be more without King of to an amount norland would have given us lefs The Emperor gained nothing by our joining iri heT loft a great part of his the We he took the powers of Europe into the to their great as many as we were able to by menaces they who in- of remained we he en- have to We now he to urge the Emperor into quire what good was got to the Country by | or could from beginning be It is horrid to he that the the ever obliged tp retire in and flaughter from before the to the of the German to feek in a precarious a Mutilated a of returning their He their if ever to and though it is now the end of it is not yet he cart render little for the ion bf Iri did Sardinia to the previous and them co-operate in spanner with her whai advantage could all the men they to be to the to iri the m given the French janner I beyond t Naval might be carried on with 1795. GEORGE HE TRIAL of JAMES an tried before Lord Feb. and found Guilty for as 32il- of Lord T and of a depends dpon v credit With Taking ii not fure tft he divide three the and the * perilous which have arid likely flow it f tho theif military and regard policy of if evert And if brave irreparable Britain have to no be would aflc their could they oyer luch inhuman fuch wanton in. His for either to Councils His at or his Officers He could not think the of the or the feelings of as not to go into the w - ail be added to In fuch predicament of Country in particular that the f their ex- 1 fuch this try to the to and fave arid ground he and DELVES Esq. on the Sum of 2450!.. borrowed for the of j and it enough to condemn 6f He then adverted the naval and contended that our national I w a s 1 1--------rj* and we fullered our ther involved their country Qhe he | and Cross-Examination of Mr. Witnesses against 40illham* As taken in By Writer to the City of This Trial concerns every as by King's Answers to the Counsel how far they may and when they should be checked 5 and no or who borrows or lends Money should be without it. Sold by No. 60, New 5 5 and most in Town and Price W. ' calamities of they true to the War never be iri loffes were Was npt even the enquiry to do its fd never away the charges the of want fo as threaten of the Of the tothe and of vlf England engaged in to of bourbon on the faithfully adhered to the that all the in France and the world would be 4n four | ale greater tha lit was the cafe fts of men on where in and where numbers L Fliet being out it Fleet was lying at Spit If the in this grand great exertion is * predicament and owing to V could their be to go He then adverted to the finances of this and our own and that of pur this had he would It Seventy millions of has been incurred .in the of the commerce of with Europe is interrupted - and if our be broken ail 0�r what greater the Government of when j prt of it all internal nearly hopes can there be of continuing the War If he to the condition of we can entertain but little The Emperor muft be and he believed no re- Aa confider that taxing Courtiers and 25L per for their internal we can have no confidence in that So that if another Campaign be we muft buy up every contending If he look to our 3$ j we behold a Nation jif faith be due to liance could be he
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