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Post Man (Newspaper) - December 18, 1801, London, Middlesex fi-gm, Decemb. 13. -"^Hey write from P*-//,thar the FrenchKing � ap^ear'd ibmewh.it fui prized when he � received advice of the Dutch (living tired � on. the Troops employed in the building JBL~ the Fort near Saz van Ghent, but withai declaied, that rhat affair chiefly concern'd the King of Spam, to whom an Exprefs was lent with an account thereof Letters from Livonia fay, that Count Wclls^nvoy Extraordfrnry of theEmperor has received a new Project of Peace ttom Vicnm, and fent an Exprefs to Count Pyper, who acts as chief Miniftar of Stare f> rhe King of Sweden, ro acquaint him thsre-wi.ii, and deiire leave to repair ro Court to deliver rhat Projeti: ro his Svedijh Majelty, while Count Stra.itw .j:cf.--us rhe like ro the King of Poland at WV/.iv. The two .aft Pans Gazettes are certainly very cur; ju .,mr in the former rhe Gizeteer underiakesito pj. :$ the Legitimacy ct :'=-. --ctrndedPrince of WaUt, and in rise latcer he rr,. el'enis Hie Englijk Nation a* divided into Fj�tin , rh;- thercnever appear'd fuch 3. Ha;.'.niry f.;r r-.du:ing the exorbitant Power of Frai.ce, and repref her eijcroacnments upon her Neighbour* ' England, fays lie, is now divided in-" to :vo Factions, the Court Party and the Country ' 2'arty. The fir ft do openly tiiicover a defign to en-' g'(ge the Marion into a new War, more dangerous ' th:i:i die former, beciule of the prejudice Trade ' may rc:e;v; from it; and the fecond has no other ' intention than to take fuch refolutions as may be ' moll conducing to the welfare of the State. The ' Town of /ibingdon and fome others have given for in-' ftrudion to their Deputies, rhat they enquire who ' has advifed the Difl'ohition of the laft Parliament. Whether the profou id Politick'; or the Sincerity of thii Author are more ro be admired, is a great que-ftion ; but as long as he brings no berter proofs of the Divlhont of the Englfo Nation into Parties than his bare afTevention, he mult give us leave to ' doubt the truth of it; and'to b-lieve on the contrary, chat as the Court and C .v. in fry can have but one intereft, viz. their own fec'Jriry, and the ptefervati-on of a juft ballance ofPo-.vc in Europe, lb the pretended Parties he (peaks of -e bur Chymera j, pur-pofely invented to dtiade the French Nation. The Addreffesof the Counties and Corporations of England, with the Advice given by feveral of'em to their R;prefenrath'es,cug!u to cover with ihamethat Gazetteer a>d his admires;, ; for they are undenia-He proofs that rhe Count:-; ij as fc'nfible as the Court can be, of the neceflity of ibpporting thi Alliances his Majeity has made for reducing rhe overgrown power of France, fo that it may not b* anv longer in the power of that ambitus C.ewn to difturb the Peace of the World,and prefutne'ro i npofeKingsupon ctherNarions.What proof.* he ha-., f
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