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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - November 21, 1847, London, Middlesex . XLVI. Occur rfnces. Fr-m SATURDAY November the 21ft, to TU ESD A Y Ncrc'emhtr rhe 24th, 174?- (Journal of the Proceedings snd Debates of (he Political Club, ftt Snhjiwt of fn>ml Speethti mii-. jgxinji tbe BUI Mr. PrtfiuM, SIR- H E Honourable Gentlemen fet put is vera I Political Mtxims, ahjch they might have f\ved themlelves the Trouble of explaining or en forcing, for ic wiil berejfjily admitted, that i populous Country has many Advantages over a Count! v thin v p-opK-d, chat the Power and Rih-� of a Counnv depend ugon the Number �nd in -duAiy ot the Inhabitants ; that no Country can fee fo populous without as ic may be with a Foreign Commerce; and that no Country can long preserve in extsniiv; Foreign Commerce, unle.s the ftopJr If friifi^'' as wet; as insultrious. Tnrfe ate all Maxims, Sii, which no Mm will cor.novrtti but I irulf prefently fh:w, that no me (! ih'.m h^� any thing to do with the prefent 1.-j ^.-.w m make thefe Max- tor., and indeed, in order tomase thele Max J.nr wav applicable to the prefent 0*^}T. ".Honourable Gentlemen we.e ihemlei ves obl.g d ,o patent us with another Maxim, which is tar hoi beinp juft or certain. They were obiig d to i>. it down as a Maxim, th*.t m a Country where ,e!>eotv have bet .1 bred up in Idlenels orExcra-Hn,^, it ^not pedicle to render them induitrr aior i;n"ii. u'itiiou r �n Introduction of Foreign->r f Government, their Laws anrf Cuftorns. and tbc Ipkit uhich is propagated among them by their Cbiets or Leaders. Under an afcfolute Arbitray Go-rfrniDerif, no Man can l>e lecure in the Enjoy-ictuofany i'roperry he acquires, and therefore no Usn rill be induftr�ous in acquiring, orpaifimo-lioBj In prelerving: In a Country where nothing mt 1 rapacious or martial Spirit is encouraged, KPecple muff incline to be Idle and extra vault; and in a Country continually expofed to >il Commotions or Foreign Invanons, the Peo* and where KPfopbare feldt.m cxpoled either to Civil Com-wiorv or Foreign Inv.fions j in fuch a Country, fay, the,
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