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Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 25, 1812, London, Middlesex The Evening Poi rO From Tuefday November 25 to TharfdayNovember provd ip good efpecialiy tbar 3 itatc founded on Trade and Navigation look no further than to the and becaufe they Peace therefore that have it t In like this Security is not ta be found particular or fpectal Idea that People may form to fhcrn felves of the Enemys that as foon as a Peace be and as if toe were net toberefjiftd becaufe of the SuceefsQfthejr that base fpread their Fame to of henceforward content thfrnfelves the fo fo and Jo frulifai 4 pre fer the Pace of mjaysef cape their Dominion in Nor are we tp ffcat the length i and increafc rate their to temper their and confine then fo as to 91 but make them wijling to States cave is act to founded on of evident God Atoigbty iaV and dark Jbe Petition of the Coumil of State to the com HIS Security is fo much the more to be looked after becaufe our State and tbeir Allies have to do with To powerful a as which for 60 Years paft has never fufferedus to be at bat has unavoidably engaged us in 3 and at each with fucb fmall Intervals of as theyfcarce deferred the and even during thofe we were under a Neceffity to Arm from tinie co and to burdea our good Subjects with extraordinary To prove this we need only mention what happened ibon after the Treaty of to the Damage of our Trade and Navigation in the Mediter ranean and elfewhere What hsppend in the Spaoilh after the Death of Philip of of Glorious on pretence of a fictitious Right of Devolution That the Peace of Aix la Cha thaugh it pot an End to thofe Troubles in much to the Advantage of lafted only 4Yean That the Peace of Nimeguen was broke almoft as boa at concluded That the Twenty Years Truce made in lafted ofily Four Years and that at the Peace of when we thought we had taken the beft Meamres to prevent the new we had reafon to upon the Death of King Charles of of Glorious Memory yet aS thofe Meafnres were broken on a fudden after the Death of that and the of tbb prefent War bioke out with more Violence than ever fo that by aD theft focccffive Troubles and this State could never ob tain any nor their good Snbjefts any Therefore tis and more than now or after fo many and fuch tedious that we fhonld once take Carei to have fuch a Peace concluded as may be good and This Security of having afkfc and good cant however confift in a bare uncertain foever it may appear at can by Cburfe of and fuch Changes as may happen in the Affairs of the become that relying upon whats to we fhooid endeavour talay hold of the prefent confider that Fsttority is and like the Courfe of which ibmetimee keeping within their flow foftly into the and at o tber Times by great Rains or fweil foaiuch that they overflow aO the neighbouring Country fidering that Flowers have not always the lane Colour and Smell as in the aor do the Stan of the firmament conftantly appear in the Therefore the Wifdom of which COOKes infetaly ftort of the Divine It muft not be too anxious about what is to neither muftit prefiime upon it for fuch Rcafeaings as may fometimes admitted io Matters cat no wife be admitted cos when Yet f and that f a Rule to guide us in what is to and is to be dose or omitted With to the WIf of a State it is not wifnoac in he That France tes 80 Years aSitefthe A Netherlands to her Crown that in iView of the United Provinces into a faid and aftewardsdwtored Jfpain on that Account that during thefTreaty of fcfira France foard neither Cofc not other to the Spanifb ot ptetence giving an Equivalent W theJSide or eifevhere f outthat not ae me carried oa a violent Wat agaiflft to obtain them by Armv with fo much that Treaty of the Fyrenee fte obtalifi a good 8m them in and betwixt Maefe and France having a few Years after infiiled oaajPar1 ticion of the Remainder of fhofe did tie Time after the Death of Philip Glorious rajfe new on pretenocsof the abovementionM iUgltt of Devolution Treaty of acquire to vtoce of Tonrnay and maof ftocev
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