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Mercator (Newspaper) - May 22, 1714, London, Middlesex M E CA IT fl 1 0 BEING CONSIDERATIONS on the State of the Ifrititffa From May to May 25 TheMerchants rail againsh tht French Trade They confound their Arguments lay Their Books of mntrtdift their The likf of the Trttdtto Some particular ConPradiftiUns their More promifed in the Trade tkt I T is obfervablcy and might be ufeful to recommend the fcbhfideratioh of this Af pf preach Commerce to the Thoughts of impartial that the Merchants of this at the lame time they are ing like Wen of one Party agamft the French deftrudirer and rjiiflpus to Goods for lanncb ing into the like Men of the other Party with all poffitye Eagcrnefs into the Profits ofhi if they did it in order to make the Matter of Bad give the Lye to the and make that Trafle really Benefi whicbthey themfelves as de flruftive Is it not ftrfuge fhefe Mf n Ihould be inftrumental to confounding their own Ar and to prove that profi table in they condemnd as mifchieyous in the Theory The Afercatvr thinks that thofe Men who in every rail at thi French Com ajjd We fend nothing thither of any not tbe Men whofe Books of Accoujits contradict their and whoin one ana in the quite another thing in the very fame One would think that the who in Pablick has aod caufcd it to be prin that the French will ufce none of our be albamxl to fend his Apprentice to the and enter Diruggeta and Spanifli Cloths in a Day to the fame Country which he had none of our Bat this is the Modefty of our and in efpccial manner of the who the Mtr has to do Thefe are Ibme of the Men who have cafled the fo manyt given hun fo often the LYE and of good Manners let any Ma4 and Are who 0cnarge iny Manv Is Praftife one Lye to their or their Arguments Fund of Lyes to fheir Praftife Thefe Men come within the Dumber of thofein the Holy a fof it is aot with their Words out with their whole Series of that they confirm ano make a With futht laud out ctirfe the Agercatpr for we fend of Goods to he fs one that fends them J To fllbfrrate this with an Exarapfe or twd of the Integriiiy andProbityof theTe i his oven Pi he fees this and who wiU year ihe Jbai him confoanded for the bafe Wrelch deferVes no better a WordJ to affirm that had nothing of Trade to that there had not been a Pbonds of WooDenManufaftures fent to Spain for fixWeeks paft that there was no no no demand for any for the French fupplyd all the Markets in Spain and yet very fame Merchant not 6ve Days be fore had hipped 4900 worth of Woollen Manufactures to Spain in his own mod of if not all upon his own What fbch a Man Mortgage his Faith and Confcience thus in fuch a Cafe Is it not to carry OQ a avwretched quar rel
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