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Tomahawk or Censor General (Newspaper) - January 14, 1796, London, Middlesex Number Two Pence THE CENSOR The and the PUBLISHED EVERY pro r eg e pro JANUARY 14, 1796. 77f� PRESENT OF THE internal peace of England feems to he fince the palling of the two and it is as we No well-meaning man is either hampered in his or in his and is greatly improved there is lefs lefs and much lefs fo in every as we are gainers by the In on the other the to the public there is no between this and the month of when all was hubbub and and when one part of ready to rife up and the the evils which were growing to an alarming were at the the multiplication of and the of gold at the fame time that every article of became and was hoarded can refill the French faid with a ream of can build an hundred gun and fend her to with another can recruit an army was fo long as that but no and the nature of the means its Tbe reams of paper are and and the fleets and armies feel the For no is fo quickly reduced to allies as that which burns with the with a few of accommodation &c. could be heaped up in from year's end to year's how could the public be at a But now that illicit and cruel monopoly will be Abraham who is the eloquent man in fays to the stainers of thus far thou hut no and of drawing on each they are obliged to draw on the and bring their contents to From this we augur great benefit indeed to as we that the high prices of all tl oic articles which can be monopolized with any of are locked in order to keep up the The fugar baiters will not deny and they ought to take to while the money of the nation was employed to our in and the bravery of our feamen the the was locked up from and we were obliged to pay dearer than even Our blood and our were to a of Weft India fugar at our but is wearing towards its The a has a more civilized of The French no longer glory in the lavage manners of the reign of neither do they fet all civilized at nor excite all nations to revolt and The reign of philosophy and ferocity is at an and mankind has once more the of peace and with pernicious principles which menaced us with ruin and The views of the wife governor of are not of importance to England for had the which has for fome 6Bie to fet up ' lent men opposition to the great and who aft with have found all and commercial with that This was one of the plans of Joel Barlow and his who it as one of the Deft modes of annoying Great Britain in her had they they would have done this country very material it is to the moderation of the and the good fenfe of American people at that we owe the happy end of the between the true Republicans arid the Jacor other the Defenders in by becoming and lefs certain of from us a return of peace in that event devoutly to be - And we cannot mention that without drawing a between the quiet of and the ferment that blazed during the reign of Earl The good and good private were never more completely at than in that The virtues of private life in the public if Judged of by his would be one of the fiery meteors that ever fhone on the horizon of The of France every more hope of return of peace and order j upon a general view of all the we confider when he came within light of though there ' whom both art and will be to employ in reducing to v 3 Y
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