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Post Man (Newspaper) - April 7, 1802, London, Middlesex Aid the Hifiorical Account, &Ci From lOfeCfca? April 7, to 3El)ttE&ay-April i?oa, jirgM*, April 14. J� �>� rced to canton the Ho/,!* in the>Cduntry abbut that pjaee. _ Monfieur Batre the FrencrtRefidenr continues in this place, and in his converfatinn is perpetually ia/ifting. on the great.fervic*s this Republick has re-^RSv^^t|*' Crown of franre, and the little gra-rifaaWiey hiy^Jhewcd for thofe BsneSts.Tis furpriz-in^, that publick:' Minffle&s fb.->utd talk at this rate, ��sttfrfjey did not know rkat all,Alliances and Friendships between States, being founded upon the necof-fi** o�defending thern/elves they are obliged to do wrftteVet may ccwjtiibure to that en', for their own larticaUr Irj;er�fts ; and fo all the good turns ourRe-puhu
'King and theKingdom for their o-s&n Jake. You havenot! ' b�n afraid of their profperity ; but ratherwifhed for f their csnfervation, and which is more; you have con-' tributed tfrereunro.not only by mohVfervicesbltt divert ' fions, but likswife by fendingForces.ahdother means.1 ' No body can fufficiently efteem thoiebinefifs but by' ' obferving the fame1 things the King rates notice efc1 ' whenever the account' of dangers paTV obliges h?rrf ' to talk of the affiTtance be has received from yoii ' irt affairs of greatconftquence, which Was aftended'' 'With extream expences; and whereby you have1 ' with difficu'ty and' danger diverted the Forces of his 'Enemies. You have alfo out of a-new effort of ' your Affe&ions, fo readily and ntire!y fupplied" 'our warit�, that that obligation cannot be" valued '' enough..The King is very lorry; that he cannotlhew; ' his gratitude otherwife than by hare wordt, and^ ' that he has n othing'bnt thanks to. offer for real things, ' which are almoft without example. Buthehas com� ' manded ms to tell you, that it God affords bim any. ' opportunity, whefein he may fhew how much hen ' values your Friendfhip, and the predfs you hav�, ' given of It, he will fpar.e nothing in the world to*-' vidence, that nothing fhall bs wanting on his part 'towards ajufl: retribution for the good Offices he ' has received from you. And till God affords him 'an opportunity fuitable to hisdefites, and what'yon:: ' have deferved, his Majeffy witl liegted norhing ' that may fhew what
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