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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 7, 1730, London, Middlesex                                r N?. 910* urant Monday, December 7, 1730. h  - Intereft, and ro introduce Vniverfal Slavery 5   emulate Name Obfervationt upon P A T&lO TIS M, cc-   which has been too often the Cafe, and has cafioned by the Ck ap t sm an upon t&if   furnifh'd glorious Occasions for Britifh Patriots SubjeB. H Chara&er of a P*mV has to exeft them fel ves with true Honour, in doing real Service to their Country. But when the contrary to all this is the   Flatterers, to ferve their private Ends, and therefore would rather have it writ in- their Foreheads than their Hearts-, for which Reafon they taker Care to have their Pi&ures drawn by their* been fdmerimes reprefcnted,to con*   Cafe, it is neither difficult to find out the Lift thofe Pajfu Minijlry that nothing is more di ypofing the Meafu true Springs of Opposition, nor to difcern wbi� fuppofed   thet it tends ; for we are to confider on the   each Public^ if upon his Nature, than to be tfircy and in the Exetcife o pof-   otb** hand, chat Minifters are the Servants of our Pr�*% who has an undoubted Right to Ntohat fome employ whom he judges moft capable; that   upon anyOccafion hoped roiucceed.   And if *fid\ the Bufinels of the Nation (except what be-   them fhould happen to meet together, it fhould >ppofing all their Meaft Country   longs to the Legislature,) cannot be managed by other Hands than thofe he thinks fit to en- ifidi trvft.  And from tbefe Things it will appear,   they may often read in one another's Faces, This Reafomng may feem very plaufible   that to cpjpo/tf a JAinifiry, has no other Virtue^  greater Oppofi at firft Viefr  bur, upon Examination, will   but as a Remedy to be ufed in Cafes of great appear clogged with great Abfurdities, if we   Difirefs and Necejfity, themfelves than to to the very Foundation of their own Liberties Cafe And it is not Sufficient that their Meafurei   *nd Properties.   How far this might ierve to does It muft indeed be allowed, that nothing   are not attended with all the Succefs that   reconcile ft are Excefs of Minds of Men,   could be wiflied, for it is not always within   levelled at tortumty of opprefllng Ma 4 with Impu- lse Compafs of human fVifdom to procure that State of Affairs which is moft defirable.   The Public^ Welfare, tho7 not fo couJd uift), is left to their judgment j  for if we can't obtain what we k befif the next Step is to nurl nity, has made many an outragious Tyrant,   Interefis of Nations is variable.  The Humours   thix who would never otherwife have thought of   and Defiins of Princes much more.   New   we w�, which in many Cafes is not unbeco- entring upon fuch inhumane Drudgery. Difficulties require new Expedients; and [he   ming a true Patriot. Mofc But we mufthave a very bad Opinion of greatefi Politicians have often found their moft Mankind, if we think all are naturally 1>- probable Schemes retarded,  where it was rants, addi&ed to exorbitant Power, and in* leaft to be expe&ed. ferifibie'of the rational and lafting Pkafure of The unfettled State of Europe from whence   rpjj� Duke de Liria> AmbalTador Extraor-? Benevolence, or if we think thole, who have the Craftfinan, and bis celebrated Patriot, ex-    JL dinary from the King of Spain defions but a very uncertain and precarious Piofpedk tradk Life and Vigour to go through their   to leave   a             "* -        *      0 of reaching more Power than the Laws of Comfe of Oppofition9\% fo far from juftifyio^ it,   ceivedJOrders to repair forchwith'to Warfaw  their Country allow them, would run all% that, with every true Briton, it is a ftrong and   and two Days ago he had an Audience of Week f Opitii Jufi Reafon for the contrary; becaufe it is fuf-   Leave of the Czarina, and delivered - to her t/}, becaufe tbt World, as bad be   ficiently known,   that the great Aim and it has proved) Inftances. and conftant Purfuit of tbbfe at the Helm is a lafting and honourable Peace, and as well nz\ Majefty his Recredentials. This the-Court went into Moornine for ttfee almoft every Country can furnifti us with fome, who in the bighefi Stations have been   be propofed ot defvied by U5. Weeks on Qi knowo that nothing more advantageous can   Dutcbefs Dowager of Branfwick JLunet perfectly fatisfy'd with a Power limited by bourg. Czarina is come from ffmayioft1 Unanimity therefore is at prefent the proper   to her new Palace in this City. JL*ip,and adapted only to the Good of Mankind^   Province of a Pattict, becaufe nothing tends Hague, Uec. 11. N the* Hnm 5/f D*/|ww   more to render all Publick Negotiations ef.   province of Holland refume iheir AfTemblv be mentioned, who, being poflefs'd of arbitrary Power, have ihewn a ftrift Regard to Law and Eauity in the Ufe of it. fe&ual; and to fecure to the Nation the greatefi Happinefs which we have in View. From tbefe and fuch like Cafes it is no dif- b iViem Fenelou arrived here fome Days ag6, ind ficult Matter to difcorer the Defigns of thofe   has had feveral Conferences with the Depu-, Let this Notion then be applied according   who wctffantly oppofe the Meafures of a Mini-   ties of the States.  Count Sinzendorff hadF different Cafes and Circumft and it will deferve Attention went in all free States. d ftry :, Some may: adk upon the foregoing  Jikewife Conference fotoe Days ago, .at Minift Principle, and oppofe, becaufe they think they which Complaint was made ro liim tbatYwo ought, and are Patriots in their owu Imagma- Oftend Ships failed lately from Cadiz for tion ; but how to make out their Title to this the Eaft Indies j of which Compiainr he glorious CharaBer does not, appear from any -----r J        - -* -        - begun by a manifeft Encroach*   Danger of our Conftitution, or any HI Defigns ihent on the Rights of particular Perfi kfift Parties; it is inpumbent promifed to make Report ro his Court. The two Diredors fent from Amfterdam on Oc^ on the Profperity of their Country from thofe   cafionof the two Ships takeii and re^afed br they oppofe. the Algerines, are returned with fome In- all Men of Intereft in their Country to take      A Few may be prefumed to adk from Hu-   ftrucaions. tending to the and by all lawful Meafu res to oppofe (ucb Encroachments, wirhbut which the Liberties of Great Britain would long ago. have been irrecoverably loft. federal mour, who can't be fatisfied without fuch   Chambers of the Eaft India Company to aWee Minifters advife Methods of railing Monev z perfeB State of Affairs as is never to be hoped for, and fomerimes oppofe meerly for want of Genvofity rt> approve. It's to be feared the moft numerous are Prince to illegal thofe who oppofe from an utter Diftike of the or to exert a   great End and Scheme in view  who are no Prerogative in diffenfing with the Laws of   great Friends to the Liberty fo happily en- Laud , Ruin, if fome generous Souls in Defence of their Countr Fruits v,here6f this Nation h enjoys to this Day: And fuch Oppofi Affair arnica 0 -------*    �VI t Tejlerday arrived the Mail due from France: r     \ A Bar itt Dec. 13. N. S. Letters froro Rome; of the izd of November, inform ns, that the feather being turn'd fair, the Pope took' " John' lie qp ficd with a Change of Hands, without a per J1* PPT   f e& Change of Sentiments. Bat the moft violent are thofe who off ofe, not a Cavalcade as ever was feen j his Holinefs being preceded by 36 Cardinals, belides Pre.' ' Roman Nobility, vyith the richeft No Name of Patriotifm fo mHtb from HatKd of;the as of Eqnipages.  The March bega.. thePerfonsemployed; whofeSchemesarefub-  can 5 arid at Campidoglh the Roman Senate Mea when Councils   fervient to their favourite Paffions, afid tbefe r"�T ri"" 'T^u' "b*riTT TW)T ^mpiiroenteduis noiineisf and preiented to Efficiently knowc�by their Political Condud:  him the Keys of the CUy; and at Camp* State f formed and dependent; or Alliances   and Altiances ; who would be for the Liberty Mlanee *f Uur�Pt9 and Projferitj of their Country, if' upon /to* Holy tbe Pr&cjltnt  Bottom they cowl.d be         fo? jfaolc they       of '{he Poke of Par sn erec^e   

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