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Post Man (Newspaper) - July 11, 1802, London, Middlesex A io 71.- iDa'si fit :Bi z z p Afid tft� Hiftpfidal Account, drc From MtttM? July^^y fottftftg July 14, *7S>i; e Declaration 'JIB **J" i -ri. and States the. Deed ofthe whole Spanifc N�riori," a* �i" !feffift^..' of a pretended refentment. , mV The>sft of the-Dechuarion ef-cbr French .KJrig^ �answers the. fincerity of the. beginning;, ytt'ta^j >. ~.__, Morifietir CJ>*mil&rthis impofed upon fo%']�$ji}eCjL \ wStt*** har4 tq,^UW.th�the^0tf eh.riftl.^Ki^ ,f^4t publifbed in inft theEmpwor, ^ at e^of, T ence, w.tb the l�tle -. regard of^e>^ifterS^. fd ftlemnl SirorB , A^W^tMf Truth, bono ur Tl ' nfef-che moderation of his Majeftp..He,***-? take no notice here of the boaftnf^;Pwtrtble ^ � f,^^, wtIc^ advantageous' -Ptffts poffefiJdf ' �parVn far the- fame; aiid']*frty,thjB very qime of w/cfe is enough to convince rheWorld,rhattheFrench King fued for Peace, and not the A^ies. This they endeavourto cover with the varriiiLof the moderation of that Prince, who did thereby,?r they Xiy,' give ' an undeniable proof of the (iftCere defite his mod 'Chriftian Majefty always had togiye Peace to his 'Subjects, and- reftore the Trantjuility of Europe j but had the Peace.pf the World ibeen that Prince's aim and defue, what neceflity was thereto break all the former Treaties,'toinvade the Spanifb Ntrherbsds, foon after the Pjrmwi Treaty ; to make an irruption into thefe Provinces and the tfitbirlandi without any provocation, foon after the Treaty qfr�*>i la Cbapellt ; to invade again, the,Spmifb 'NethfrlpnHt' and Germany, foqrt after Mfc!i?fft�,ty of Ifmeghfo^ r,o befiege Phi-lipsbkfc, and . defray, the' P�&r/fl*:�,'few"years aftqr .^conciunpn, ,of the So f*i$$$&>r. .and ftt rh e 'preferving his own Donunipns^j^jth^Jil^. ' hrs Giandfon,and to make fach L^j^te f^jpjie ' hlra>:to oppoft the attempts 1 Enemies. Thus tar the Declaration runs, of Honour was corning from Japan r�ar,ch.bteak 'Oi?o jtri^tinaf a qjlpry he had. kept himfelf within the bourtrIsMrje;p*if^': of Rejwick, relying upon Publick Faiqi," and the Religious bfeivatjoa of .Treaties, without making, any;preparations^}- War by Sea pr'tirfdMlvifi' aBrakened-put.wPthat profband. Sleepr.^b^TOe^rtillfe^ of the Cannon of Kis NejghbouriJi|^tfhT* places, and by their Declarations'SrW^t^ptJ1*11 inpartial Matrihoulu.rell'.that Eoreigner^hB! r^aflx >n9laion�.of^i� Treaty .of Rtfvtick, pnxtit rJarfeof rtft pi Europe pn fytj jnAT^fajfai; did that Mfc ^ ,prinCe, t^breact'of a Treaty iddilufded fihee ifirig to the-ve- whole Moiut^whfiooicMf' Wjla'tfl^jitffinrP ing?�aj9 4.rrfliejOuPPn Frontier? Vf?ffi'iW�ff
�(':the . French ;r�riHs,^laderiiwi^i?S|li;, for Ncwf?undM$,;ttktn alfe (hould tell oi, jjia? the Emperor EunoirawM Title 'r??t.ies un4erliivpj�a hand', 6^e^We:jpret^ni&ns tljcin'riarai^be rnffHiai tfy |wo , . Ygfterday the 7^1 Man.of r r T. -r -----, r~ y,v; -------------bgi&�foqiJ\irlay bound for jJkaiia j , 7a4:.-j- ...leg^ffillidrfs ctfhc^fnTn^.we ^��|ffSue�;( jUdjd.the Vmniague from falmtuik, is alfo the i>"'-al? �,pt"iflik�lV|l'ro appeaf'ifilPrlnt, with fv*;:dnd'Mary o�Brfj9��from Jamaica. ./veral Oii^inaiitetrer^^f The .Fi-efic^Kinfe-hirnfeMi,-^ Dart^tb, July io. The Graiid Fleier nndeiSit "jt-hTch will c'Te'a'r'che"conilufS: Of ths'Siatesbefore aril -� Grti-jf�Hw�continues liiirWindb^^d'inZ^^ ; irripa'rrial men', andi?ri^w' that m�*nI 'who were cons/. ._!farnimb, Jujy 11� Veilerday capaje "inhere*30' fcipu?of.ho�n?ft deftg^ns iatheir liearfe,'and airft'd ' fiilof lightXJoJiiers, and this day i6"ni]o)fe under the PfeGrvation d� 'rlie Gfnfral Peaie^-cpu'crnot *iV Convoytofthe ^a��r4 Sloop. ,Here ftilr continues;' :--m^-jcJri by, the French Goult , ^uVvtlmd, Ifiwfalft*, OM^�-'al^iKpt*-AiW Ihe'lZot'peror at;ainft has. War. 'r'' Jiat dark VTyffery of Iniquicyv* ffce'a.cheroiiS_5g��/ 'o '.�The-D.-clarT'0 gi^'en mors !i and laid upon-by F'rer.si lace King ef Si - Httnsick, .Julfr*'". The Dili�tnit Brigahtihe is railed hence to Cruise. . ^, - , .. WSr;w�a7i5","July i� Her Majefty's Shin *j*�Vnatfc frrougfet in hei'eAe iSWVji'of t^As>lf/-iitfSrVWA# Wiftg
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