Evening Post, November 27, 1712

Evening Post

November 27, 1712

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Issue date: Sunday, November 27, 1712

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Friday, November 25, 1712

Next edition: Tuesday, November 29, 1712

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1712 - 1823

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Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 27, 1812, London, Middlesex v From Tburfday November 27 to SatflpiJay Ftiitant of fe Cfanctt tf Siat to the I 0 ail this we way warlike Temper of that Na tion which has made their Neigh bourhood dreaded for above 200 In the laft it ought three 1 fucceffive wftich tily opprefled left very deep in tie Minds of the cojniribli the old Trurt and betwixt us and cannot be reftored immediately afcerthe Conclufion of the for it is Time and mutual Demonftrations of not Paper and that can reftore the former Confidence betwixt the deither Reafons ticggttte Experience of wBsrt has wifl allow us to build oar Security on fuch Not Statey bpcaufe evident enough from all that the Neighbourhood of a has always been fatal to a if the letter had not reafon to port and Help from And not be caufe what followd the Treaties of Aix andNime the Yean and the Peace of tho by alt of them there wefe great Conceffions made to Fraoceihave clearly Aewdjlhat we onr Hopet of a laftiag Peace upon them in and that on the them was produftive of new Troubles fo that tis impoffible for any reafonable Man to that notwichftanding all the abovementiond cfenfirmd by Experience this which of it fclf alone isnot able to make a Stand a gain ft the Arms of can ever find its in imagining that the French after the concluding of the will ebferve it more punctually than Therefore tis neceflary that the Security of an ap proaching Peace ftould be Real and Wellgrounded and that to this the firft France fhonld be as far removd as poflible from onr which has been the conftant Sentiments cfthis State for above 70 when France was nothing fo powerful as Uponthis AccQunt onr Republick did aways with great FirmneTs refufe the Offers of to partition the betwixt them and becanfe for abovemcntioud and confidering the Situa tion of thole it was impoffible for us xto hold onr againft fo powerful a Neighbour as The Avei lion our Government had to that Neighbourhood was fo that in when we might nave avoided rhe by abandoning or partitioning the Spaniflj we chofe rather to undergo all the Gala ml tics and DMaHcrs of that than by accepting Cuch totxpoHroor felves to the imminent and un avoilnble Danger of being for ever fubjetf to tKe Confequence of which would have been the lofs orour Liberty and and of the whole 2dlyr To form a good flifficieac netonlj confift in on both provideid a large Extent 4f Territories owa if fT ke Spanift NecbeYUnds hart bit her timber nai for paft mrtereajeydJabofre j not rte lyingtfaiiaoH OportanfciM wereiherefoti tofl fe of for berfelf with refpea to the the Netherlandsi Sparn have la fuch as is not cloflon of a ftiould give to has In the third Care muft betaken torliaveiit general Guaranty of the High fofjrals If vfiMS fince the Security oT cannot be provided for by hi which are not preferve her good from finkingin heavy Burtfien iffl Force in timeof toft tins tains during this prefent much more than of wbat kept on Foot after the be with what1 Speed the pablc to raife either by comni Generality of or by preffing and forclD So that this Stateiwithbj mnft be expofed to many indgreat I fore an neceffary Meafures and Steps mttHlliff i procure a Peace confiftcnt with a Communication1 with tflofe5 wlo are ia that fo wer 4may Save a feaftnaWe Secorityi agreed upon QiaD be fulfilled we have reafon to fear andthat the Peace wheiiroadei wifl fee very and of fhort We ought alfd to on tfeis ttaf if this Goaramy toe riot Differences and Animofities win fuddenlf about fince the Guaranties f made with Commonly faeeri i by that who always opposd them The famous Triple AUUace made Guaranty of the Treaty of A is a memo rable Proof of this 5 far that CrownconcfcUJd fo grrac Wrath agajnft State on that that it was chief Occafion oi bet War agaiaft in la dreadful ;

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