Scots Magazine, April 1, 1742

Scots Magazine

April 01, 1742

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Issue date: Sunday, April 1, 1742

Pages available: 16

Previous edition: Thursday, March 1, 1742

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Publication name: Scots Magazine

Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1739 - 1798

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Scots Magazine (Newspaper) - April 1, 1742, London, Middlesex pili 742 ofthe m mpft certainly learn his real hernia In nongthofeofthetetter The for involved by ourcburnn er have nothing to hope for by flatter the Butch I believe no manwill noitr j and muchikjs tofear than their fay they were necenary IbelKve itW0I from uttering thbfe complaints now be that both were icnly and freely which are in a or to the true intereftbf this aijdSj direelmannerinftillediritpthemby thofe ftfiicHve to the balance of power at give rope accordingly the people The people ftail are in all gainft And oiintries fondpf changes minifters or we all how ge pie declared for a war In free countries theyare ijdof them becaufe fuch changes are before our mimfer coul cceflaryfor theiecurityandprefervation either by theinfultsof the rights and liberties of the people plaints of our nd in abfolpte as minifters agaihft that eventJuis nd magiftrates are generally that the people were inthe had been often foretold in at laft appeared to be true thatwjtliodtif Dontries foandedupbn folid reafons j and war beimpoffible to Sbtaain either toriinjely vti that people of all fatisfaftron or fecurity from the Spaniards j nfaana ejccept minifters themand farely it mult now be and their are equally if we had begun this war eight years nd of futh to when the Emperor was by the sopleofanydegreeihatpuhtry thatfubSpaniards in Italy irwoiild have been Ib by trade in war greatlyto our honour as well and might have prevented lancholy poftnre of afiairs if we examine oW own hi1 to anneceflary arid deftruftive wars by we B whims of a and that by the when our minifiers haye diffeir ime fort of whims we have fometimes reed in opinion with regara to yraf or uined at peace when we ought to have edired war but we lhall never that and fat this it is ealy to riflign people in general were for entering becaufe the people can be diredled in their judgment by nothing but the generalirt whereas minifters are too I great If we ominethe hiftoriesofgur own t hall that the nation has been led itp an unnecefiary or for our con inning in peace when it appeared necef uyto declare In James refted by particular intereftsdf it was certainly the intereft pfthis or by the particular and would have redounded very particular of iadi to tohave fupported ape it ihtereft in by to be extremely fprthe faker ntering heartily into that war but wei Pf continuing tKemlelyeiS ifl power elpe ad at that rime fuch a pacifick court cially when they they can fay cor at neither the honour nor intereft of or any other methQdjtireyent their iis the fafety of the Prote being called to an account in parliament ant religion epujd prevaflwith our court Efbm hencej we may that the or to give the Proteftantg unpopularity of our minifter does not pro ceed from an nnreafonable fpndnefsih our upon that bccanon Did not they de people for or from any childilh de ire almoft for war did fire of behigaftonhlred witn extraordina t theyexclaim againft the then mini ryeven4ts but from their having judged femily to ProteHant religion ex cumftances ofour foreign and the both in the Pakuoaie ana in Bo true uitereftof their Andiif hef T3 has ;

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