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   London Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 27, 1834, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Advcrtifer. Numb. soti� SATIJRj)AY, ApRtl a;, 1734. JH$v Spooocr* J fytwfc to f& Prtfident of tbe Council of St. Chriftopher*;, �w Monday tbe 29th Day   fVinV � fronted to bit* by tbe Affembly of that Ifland -  istbeir Speaker. -*- "|HE ReprefasaurveBodyof tbe People 1 bring tha Day aflcsnbled for the fiift Time, it is fit we fbould now confide? ! the finds for which we are calkd i wgetheLXhe_People Juve mtruRed as wiw the tvro Thing? that are moft j valuable and dear ^unoagft Men ; the I Difpotl of their Wealth, and tbe -^.g^____j Cbrttervauon of their Liberty. la the iStMttSnhttr ouor Honesty, by not being ptorufc. In the fcosad, we tball flsew oar Love to oar Country, bymdhertogl "s? the laws and Omflhatioosof it; in all our Deliberations, efa&tt fbevrour Virtue, by giving Proofs to the Work} that �ecom tWf Station, not for our own private Emolument, but nttkjo^dcGood.- Tk rowers of aLegiflator, in every Commomty, are my �amnret burby how much the more Extcnfive they are, tywatuch the mote Honourable it is, not to abufe them, tastr, Mr Prefidenf,is:~a dewitfbT tlSngV and it requires �pem Degree of Witdom and Firmnefiro keep it within the Circle of Humanity and Jullice, than moll Men are aware tti abaft every Paflton of human Nature, is an inlet, by wtich Urn Enemy, in the Shape of a Friend, wades and con-" '      Bad Men, when they are pnflefled of it, are only gntnaure what they can do, never what they ought to dot tiortafcbnoRIad ought to be intnifled with n, but he rif tWdtfiresit, fcriM other end but toenabk him to do foud.   �        "  "" . WlttgwdMenareattneHelmof Govenimeiit, we Dull fad PesceW Juftke Bouriftiing in the World j the Senate in Authority, the Magiftrates in Eilecm. Rich Men enjoying � tatir Eftasn, and \ ittue exaltedr- No iUnoour, no Ucenti-_ oa&efj, no Ccttuption, no Ambition to be fbuod, every Man tapriaghh Opinion, and defending itas be pteafes.  In a _'� Wbri, we fhall find the People triumphing in Fdiaty, Go--vemnhmpy m tbjrRevercnce and Affccton of tbe People, tad tbry fate in the Gcacrofity of their Governor. Siaee then these are the happy EflFdEb, which are derived to lies tan a juft life of Power, kt us who are this Day ficnUcd in a kgiflative Capacity, carocftly endeavour, as xwtbassn us tics, to procure these Bkfiiogs for the Coaamu-07* which we belong. Let us Conlidcr, 'tis not the Pott f vAkh we are placed, but the Part we ad in it, and the Muacr in which we acquit ourfclres that only can rcflcft true HDaoaropoom. Don let us imagine that this is a lazy Sarioe, but-fcr every-Man in his Sphere exert himfclt in popoSag (bmcthing for the poblick Good. Every Man is oqnbkof contributing to this ciidtf^ himself We are not yet arrived fb near to a State of Per-fecuon, hot that every Man may find something m hu private * Commerce wmY Mankind, that wants Reformat T� for this reaibo, that those are thought to be the maadwiklAhfodebaf Govenunent, where the People are m>Kdro* Share m making of Law;, because they beft �^_�hm they tjnerr and what they want, and it, mutt be ^^^^^^'^^i^y^WBmm oftheir own Felicity, �jtjfl* the moll care to preserve it. Dj�P�iW^ Privileges that are due to the Representative J^ttePeople, are an t&nnl Part of the B%jijb Cbn-^**� ��d swecuary to the Support of it; and it is my J**?, as the Aflembly hare done me the Honour to chute JjW6^%eaker, on their behalf to demand. Firftv A***6 Members of this Auembly may have free Speech, as ' ^^^fofi'fefr have uW,juid all their aniient �W Pnvikvo�llowed to them. Secondly, That in any TCf �*� *hw, in the Nunc of the Aflembly, (if I - **y Error) no fault may be imputed to them, and .._________j needfity fo* h� M^dy - *ad nal Care is not cotwned to his Sau^Is of i*,wv, but thxthli Wifdom m providing for them extend* itfelf to lib*-W* Remote. - ^ It is witb-thtgreatrfl Plealurethat we fee a Tntjpttk.it tht Sugar Colonies riling from their lanfcWlming Sate; latdtho impending Dangers which tn*rrhy thrtuned us, ftrfjii Meal'ure blown over, by the Proviiion nude in the 3fltnr Aft which patTed the Parliamrnt tiiinmhB*Umm laft �Cmi| this iikewife is an evident Inflaace of fus Majesty's tendr| concan for as, and the great Care of ks faithful Mianftonasxt Parliament in providing fbr us, nor can we without a juft !� putatton of Ipgratsdue, omit retarnrrm yem- EircrslrnCT out -moft fincere Thanks for the Zeal you1 ffiewtd for tlsesctftavjdW and the Paint you took to obviate the Olgtftiow^fjnMft that Atl, which; as it was an evident mark: of your Rrgard t%r these Iflandt. fb it maft drew from t* the moft frnttflJ Acknowledgments. -~z We are very fenCble that the Coatmuaaee of a Peace nrtjst only Means of attaining the happy End which we hope the Sugar AA has laid the F  Poftenty the great Bkftmgsof R(ligwoand l^cny whkfc any (hare. __ ^ we enjoy under his Reign, is fufSckody Apparent; by Ml - �    -- frivmgtlse PrincefiR^oyai in Marriage to the Heir of oaf Deliverer King William, whose Virtues and Example �rh have great rritton tobehevev^ sWffolthc happy Effofta of. in his Highaef�*� Conduct ana^ISihuibn: .Both in Obedience to his Majesty** InflroBion^Bd to Gratify 'The railing the Britifh Sugar Colonies from the languid State mwhich.tfu7.had been uipMppily reduced, by the narrow Seinmnefs of our own Miow Subjects, and too great an aptness in our Neighbour Nations, to cherifh and improve every Branch of their own Trade; it not only an mftance of his Majefty's unbounded Goodnefs, but a convincing Proof, that be is ferved by Minifters who are vigilant for the good of all I bis People. This we (whole Fortunes are involved in the* ftcrfpenty of thofc Colonies) muft always remember with the greateft Gratitude, as we muft Iikewife do the fignal Ptoofs jfflE-Biiafaicy-^M^gtfcn oothisQccalioiii not only of your. Readinefs, but your Abilitiea to serve your Country: And though we mould be deprived fbr a Seafon. of the good Effects which we hoped for from this Provifion, by tbe Ca-fualties attending a War, yet we cannot suffer our fclves to doubt, but that tbe fame Goodnefs, which fhewed itfelf con-cerned for our Felicity in the time of Peace, will exert itfelf in our Prote^lion in the time of War; and we don't qoeition, but the Maritime Power of Grtat-Briuin, can fbon make her Arms as terrible to France in AmtrUa, as they have been in Etuefe. As the Memory of the great King William. (to whom we owe tbe Prefervation of our Religion and our Laws) muft live in the Hearts of Eaglybmn, as long as Liberty itfcli is valuable to them, and Slavery and JrbU/arj fvv.tr are odious and dcteftable; fb it cannot but be matter of great Joy to us and tbe whole Britijb Nation, to fee the Heir of that glorious Prince, become the Contort of tbe Princefs Royal; by this we fee, that his Majefty's Care is not employed only in making the present Generation happy, but extends ufeh to after Ages, and labours to secure, even to the lateft Potterity, tbe Bkibfigt which were procured fbr us by the late Revolution, which ourownjndinauonr. we ftWl msJce ti oli ccme-tnr ,.Ouo�.b*ow_-. and remain, Frirnduip. Compton, fw Sooth-Carolina i ratty and Sally, Marfhal, fbr Rirbadoes. VeiterdayarriVd Hallt^x, Procter, from Oporto. This Day arri�'d T�me*. Lifte. from Turky ; Charles, Rogers, from leghorn ; bsdafrioBs Bcct> Barfcrd, fiomLifboo.  Winds. W. LONDON, t blmben of it* late ParHamtmt. , X Member t ttcbofe* at tbe fame Vlate. * New Member/. Members for the enfuing Parliament chosen on Tuesday. Slorebam.  * John Philipfbn. one of the Directors of tk* South^ca-Company.  * ThomasFitdetkk. Euu SirTfktv Pender gall and John Gold. Efq*. were the other Wandsdaw. Members choCro on Wtdaefday, Cbiffetbam   1 Rogers Holland. Efq; * ~ Long. Efqi '  Widmr,    George Evans, Efq; * JohnflMicc. Efqi Liruth, Ceeimy. % Sir Thomas bauodertbo. Ktvsght of thff B^tb, Brother to the Ear! of Scarborough, t Robert Vyacr. Efq; ddxcrufemenls in ibis Paper of a moderate Length are taken in at Tuo Sbillingt eacB.   

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