Monitor Or British Freeholder, July 29, 1758

Monitor Or British Freeholder

July 29, 1758

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Issue date: Saturday, July 29, 1758

Pages available: 6

Previous edition: Saturday, July 22, 1758

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Publication name: Monitor Or British Freeholder

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 2,035

Years available: 1755 - 1762

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Monitor Or British Freeholder (Newspaper) - July 29, 1758, London, Middlesex THE M O N IT O R, OR Britifh Freeholder. NUMBER CLVIIL To be continued every Saturday. Price Two Pence* We'll join our cares to purge away Our country's crimes, and clear her reputation* Cato. SATURDAY, Jufy the 29th, 1758. To the M O N I T O Rl H E fubjeft of the following dialogue is of that nature and confequence to the well being of Great Britain, that he muft be an enemy to his country, and unworthy of the name of an Englimman, whoever fhould think it beneath his regard: and the manner in which it is treated may convince your readers, that the author has no other objedt in view than that juft regard, which is due to our alliances, arid to the real intereft of our country. A Dialogue between Harry and Will Qn the Expediency of a continental War, HARRY. We mall all be undone! Will ! hive you nor heard the contents of the laft difpatches from Germany. Prince Ferdinand has driven the French acrofs the Rhine, it is true; but hte will never be able to maintain his footing in the neighbourhood of France, without a ftrong reinforcement both of horfe and foot. His army has been greatly weakened by the feveral detachments he has been obliged to make for fecuring a retreat, in cafe of need, and covering the frontiers of our allies againft the force and ftra- r tagems ;

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