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Daily Post (Newspaper) - October 25, 1744, London, Middlesex Numb. 7846 Thursday, October 25, 1744. To the Author of the Daily Post.. BjHether the Ballance of Power in Europe is in Danger of b'S-ing fubvened, is a Queftion which may be eafily.reioiv'd by any Man diverted of pri-v.-ite Views and Party Prejudice^ Thai H- may be in Danger, is what I readily grant; but whatevefeirs Pate may.bej I hopc.ro> bd&y will be fo unreasonable as to |rnaintain, that the Ballance of Power will be affe&ed y u. Let us then turn our Eyes to the Auftrian Suc--ffion. Jf that Succeffion were to fall entirely into the Hands Iof France, Europe \vot:ld undoubtedly be in a State of Bondage : But as there is no fuch Danger to be apprehended from the French, let us fee how Matters really |hnd, and mift the Scene from Improbabilities or PrebM- One Part of the Defign of the Members of the Con-deracy of Fruncfort, is to procure the Emperor Satif-adion for his Preienfions to the Auftrian Suocellion; Ian J as their Power, with that of the Houfe of Bour-on, is fuflicient to effect this, we may allure ourfelves lint (without fome Turn of Affairs, which no human iVifdom can fbrefei) a Partition of that Succeflion will infallibly take Place Suppofing then the Auftrian Do-jnions chhfly parcell'd out between the Emperor, Spain, Lid Prulha i ihat Hungary and Tranfilvania may be left frith tlicprefent Poffclibr of ;hem, and that France will ret the greater!:.! art of the Netherlands, if not all, for her thare; i would afk, whether there will be Power enough [liU left in Europe to curb- tlie French, if they mould ereafier make any Attempts to enfkive their Neigh-:ours * Every Man converfant with Geography, and :h.it knows any Thing of the Strength and Interefts of ;he feveral Princes and States of Chnftendom, will xea-Lly anfwer in the Affirmative. But granting, for Argument's Sake, that -there is ome one Potentate in Europe, who bids fan for lord-�ng it I5iiee. London ditto, no Price. India Bonds 11. 13 s. ;Salt Tallies no Price. Seven .per Cenr. Eriiperor's Loan no Price. Five- per Cenr. ditto no Price. Three x half per Cenr. Exchequer Orders no Price. Three per Cenr. ditto jio Price. Lottery Tickets 111. 2 s. 6 d. lbs Old Swan and Rvmmejl, in finch-Lane, Oih be open'olJ TcMMorrow, whet^ t hope \ \ rhe Favour of my FriendsCompany, who may depend on the belt of Ufagc, . By th�r obedient, This is to give Notice, To all Merchants, Gentlemen and others, concera'd ia Trade and Shipping, > rHJT a regular Pojl is fit t ltd betiuetn London and tit Orkneys, and that Andrew Young, Efq; at Kirk
oft Abilities as an Evidence, aHcTTttmgihgrbh his" I^rofecutian fi* Perjiiry_fome Years afterj is proper to precede his Trial in rhc 4th Volume of that Cblleetibn. The Whole wrote by cK � Author hinrfeJfaudpublifli'diiithe'Year 1681. Priwcd forth0/*rihajii' St trie* GoW� Bali in Cflratefl. *
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