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Penny London Morning Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 20, 1844, London, Middlesex From July soy to 2/3=, 1744: i An on brave undeservedly H ER E is no truer Symptom of a State thoroughly and ripe for to Persons publickly and If fome think them at a high to that Part of the Power that is moil concerned in the when and 'tis a Mark your Government is and and that your Laws are But if they are it is a Sign that Guilt has many Favourers and than which there cannot he a more melancholy The till they were quite laved in another manner who lay under Popular of which Machiavel gives a very remarkable in the Cafe who began make Parties and great Factions and in the Seriate and the In which it Was evident how the and how well that People was 3 for in this tho' the Nobility and he were great and fierce Defenders of one another's none of net his very appeared in his arid whereas at the Friends to accompany Bar in and with ef they could think to work if the Judges went without fo much as one Friend to attend him $ the Tribunes of who were in other Things always to the and created on to balance their Power 5 found the the Ruin of they them to remove fo common a 5 and the People of who were zealous for Thing that made for their Lovers of any Thing that the they had always for when the Tribunes cited and referred to the Judgment of the they condemned him to without any his And our Author Ja the whole Roman Hillary there is not an with more Efficacy the of that Weal th in all and Degrees of than not one Citizen who was a Ferfon of and and had in Publick and the the and ' Danger of their A ' than the Memory pf his decreeing his the deportment of that People was thought Cabals were not made in there fo depraved as. to be tather to up their to off nor were or publick who were- truly tho' he gained Man had Capital to thank the Gods for the Condition into which the Affairs of the Common Wealth had been brought by his Military Skill and be was accompanied by the the and the of the that the very Clerks and left bis Enemy's the Tribunes to follow which was thought a greater he for the of and the Yet he was not puffed up with Marks of general Love and as to the of his Country 5 he wifely this his laft happy that he that he engaged in with the Tribunes 0/ the Some Errors had and his Mind was top and he had been to higher than as a Criminal to plead his and to that Humility which is lb at the he therefore retired to with a not to his But perhaps this great others have trod in the Virtue and Merit fo infinitely whatever could be in their might yet have a further View in thus withdrawing from that which with a little they have overcome j and considering tlie 5anftity of their and how deeply Love to the Publick was imprinted in their 'tis not buf they did fo in order to give more Strength and rout to the There ever was f Man who did long the affairs of Either of or about him are or he is in his foft or or fome ether works upon him 3 but Hill happens that cannot of a Taking this for which is not to if who has thus cornes to - be in where full Proof is if he by Power and the Laws are in fb much and trampled under j a Breach far made upon the a Precedent is for Impunity j and Merit commutes far 5 which by the Rules qi are not to be be that all this is of dangerous to the when declined his upon Pretence of and into voluntary 'tis not at all thai 1,?. knew not wholly liis the of Antiochus been embezzled 3 which and for which hk brother afterwards condemned at the Caf 0, as to haye put into the brave Espies jn and the was haye have in lautit is gather the pt & fuch A the would have hurt the of than would have hurt Tor & opened t&e were not - that be but rather puffer in his Eafe and than to make a Step which may jo weaken and whereby the may and F O R EIC ft - new fa ft was the 17* General by the Privy and M. up was then in a deep the before at Baron from whence he returned very not go to Four jn of his on told it was a from the Tha came down his of a violent Head achy ing what was the of lb extraordinary Whereupon General a paper out of his which read to a Detail of. 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