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Tomahawk or Censor General (Newspaper) - December 5, 1795, London, Middlesex Number Two Pence THE The and the PUBLISHED EVERY PRO REGE PRO PATRIA DECEMBER 5, TO THE This patriotic Work being to support the King and the the of Republicans and Levellers we take this opportunity of thanking our numerous friends for their early The Tomahawk every half make a folio And a lift of fuch as with a complete will be given at the end of The friends of the King and the may be with The Tomahawk every mornings bv their along with the daily 79.] GENERAL VIEW OF page 124..J NOW that the Houfe of Commons has the Seditious which no pafs the Houfe of Lords without much as it has already been and as the King is not to his we may fay the of England at got that means of protecting which fo much wanted and which will enable it to and as firmly as its fleets do on the the attacks of the The exceptionable parts of the and even only had the appearance of being been entirely done the thing that is wanting to convince the public of the unfounded nets of the clamour that has been is a few weeks experience of the effects of the And when we have found that nothing which is or done with a good is prevented by the Bills but that who would to fet us all by the are reduced to we mall not have any caufe to nor any to do it. The methods which have been taken to procure petitions the are fuch as tend to petitions And it is that who are fo zealous to the are fo in rendering that right as the fame who are the to declaim the corruption of are the to render it more by every means which they can put in practice or It would be in vain to attempt an of the different that have been made on this important on the of the every thing that could be was then brought all the cavilling on the fide of has only been like again and the fame With regard to the fide of the the arguments were the molt manly we remember to have heard in They maintained that a and open had been made on the of his that concealed attacks the were which at this require a better mode of and than any hitherto put in This was true and to it was that the Bills in equal to the though they were not any more fevere and than the nature of the and of the required them to No arguments were produced on the other But the whole of what declared that they did not think a really and that men would be as foon as the To oblige their to that believe no practices is they are determined not to do it. And as to their declaration that our liberties would be entirely taken unluckily for was faid by that the Bills would not prevent on one the of England better protected than while that of France grows weaker every we mult expect that a peace is not very when havock and the dogs of war be chained we for many who declaim the and pretend to its have the and pretended to their But do not that peace becomes infinitely more now that the can defend the red bonnets of which were to come over into are not fo Thanh be rendered to the Maker of all we have now got a protection the doctrines of the of Petion and can no longer and H
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