Evening Post, November 22, 1712

Evening Post

November 22, 1712

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Issue date: Tuesday, November 22, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Sunday, November 20, 1712

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 22, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening J From Saturday November 22 to Toefday The Petition of the Council of State to the Stutes E muft alfo obferve in the laft That at this War was very burthen fome at and has from time to become more heavy and the feveral Provinces have been for the Mainte nance and Caning on cf the to load their good Subjects with a great many extraordinary Taxes that befidesthe Decay of their as in fome Places they have exposd to the Enemies Invafions and and ia to with unufual cold and barren Seafons So that not being able to furnifh all thofc we have been obliged from Year to Year to borrow web for the Quotas of the parti cular in order to carry on the as for the and to facilitate the borrowing of thofe we have been obliged to fuch extraordinary JvkafureSj as were hitherto unknown in our publick Fi By this the Banks of this and of the refpective together with the good Inha bitants in general a who by Pri other Trade by or by ferving the Armies have made their are fo as can be thought on without great Pity and Compaffion on this a fpeedy and good Peace is the more defirable that fo the publick Banks and and the common may be as much easd of thofe Taxes as If to thcfe we add the Calamities which are the ufual Confequences of fuch as the laying of fruitful and pleafant the plundering and burning of flourishing Towns and the driving Xumbers of wealthy Inhabitants from their Native Country and ftripped of all they the many Cruelties that are frequently without Re fpect of Sex or and the Crier and Lamentations of the ever the Thoughts of an equitable and impartial all thefe Things any of what De nomination fliould be of fo inhuman a as to love War with all its fatal mcerly for War like and other Birds of being accuftomd to live on the Spoils of therefore hateful that reafonable ftandingcis abominable to God who is the GOD OF though in a lawful and unavoidable He is the OF can prefer War to all the happy Confequences of a good Peace And is it not on the that fnch a Peace muft be effentially and the Objeft all Mens Btthow joyful or acceptable foever the Nameot Peace way It to be as fecureas poftble for Security is the Soul of without r as little as a Body can do without a Spirit it would be in vain for ustopiopofe Reft and onr if we cannot be fccnred in the of it The common Maxims of good only to take fpecial Care when we it may be but alfo iaftruft thar or in cafe a Peace mould be made in a fufpcftei or treacherous even War it felf would be more fafe than fnch a Tis that we fa id in the is carried on tct Peacej tis no left clear and TMi life lEwkSf one Warlhoald not be the Beginning of 3 a Ceffation from Troubles and the and Commencement of jSjfyr And as we alfo faid in fuch a Security is difpenfibly to be with relation to as may ferve to enlarge bur onr Character and not by except in fo far as they are neceffary for covering pur Frpaiifirfj and confirming onr fo much wanted Sccuxify nor by tic Glory of our how that pay States which are funded on Maxims by reviving the abovdaid Meafures for our like wife for encreafing the ther of which can poffibly be fo and liable fueA unlefs it inviolable that in to encoorag4 Foreigners to and let tie aft poffible Methods r be to make j etigiblrcand caff to by Jive in in quiet Pofleflion 9 the E come to them their that that Men who bare not grennded Hopes diftnrbd Poffeffion Means of m bedtforaraged ia their From hence bnppve of the the Fall of ffie and other EffeOsi which have not themTelvet ani thus a State gradna as tis maniftft from abundance tnftapCM of the lift whfchifloMiftSi in Copmerce lari from been deprived of tbejr and tho fituate is a better and more than Since our Iti arrhtd fvn MttJsfnn BMati fid from Advice was jnade thro in tte ;

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