Concord New Star, May 30, 1797

Concord New Star

May 30, 1797

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Issue date: Tuesday, May 30, 1797

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Previous edition: Tuesday, May 23, 1797

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Location: Concord, New Hampshire

Pages available: 305

Years available: 1797 - 1797

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Concord New Star (Newspaper) - May 30, 1797, Concord, New Hampshire y NEWST A R A tRrumfCAW, M UCifl A« fCVI, tlTlRAlT TA ft«. "LP'^^^ÌL «fAVK.No. VIII.—MAY 30, 1797, t\iitical Mifie/iany. Ttou THi CENriNEL. FRENCH INFLUENCE. M t r n • 1 r . No II. Ï^HE înfl îfiKC whkh the government oi Frifice hat tu- dcitrofcd to miîr>t»in in rLH ccan- trf, itroo apifent to fttry honeft ' iiif»^ ftêlioti wsit « ^ of 1 galhst nstloo» whük kh'l^n ] nere fi^jlitiug «f ©a? fi Wf. The ; diÌMfts of Äoierk« rie»? ifrmedi-I «teiy h i4lKÌfiinra?k>^ »oop- , poftttnirtei tsichktnng the tntuì macèittîtUft pùlicr «f th« ting cf Ffâmx, Êffé l^f fovofti« «ietUff I Vtfgefiticf, In tttvini^ii to get m I àr^ng footing im the fé; reme ft* g!0it«r€, «ad »ifb our loretg i mUûÉrrt. loa vir. iti tirhicli s h •üd enlightened Ameiictfi to re- I p^lÌllhiifitf«f»t il^te, to »hichae* q rri eftHortie prcof.—Bur the | pHty »»<1 lttt«|>«flfnc» were op tFtàtk nf rite prcjK^ßfion tiat intn f| pohâ H* tltm^etn fcrci. aa^ en-fo oiten r'eiiiH by thrZfiloHf pif- j tiisrti of Fftnce, tni the mé^wm^t * of ih« difeffrien o# îhit itation in j wquîring ao aftendcmcy in th« ! «rgeîk ccnAÌeÌ9» In a war, ta «htcli the ieart and ansiciv ot i W pro^« wfT? ccniltflr^y the llretch. it _________ ____________ _____ wcHii^ béve bien the woril pi Vicf pabftc opifiton of foreign nttlont ]( t» tjcpnkd the intnguef and II (9 grejt, atMl im iinlvifSiîy mS* Ij wtificei cf otir m^ft p^itftrfiil %iif . mtrtrd, thit It ana¥ iH»t be imUt fo f! But i* If a meli known ii^. kifb-iummon to oof aid tho firoofi tbit n trto «nroniifled» in iti narure if?. hirt fb ofren adderei by j! Üip« able, «iid mte that 1 wri'ert on thliftt^jecï, tiid which wivf tfeiengltt (bndki bave been cjinnot be loo deeply engrawrn on ^ mêriht made tKit îbe thf mind of every true fiicnd of bit Î ttigmét and i»ßm»mtt of tbe Fîench crunjry. Danrjj the wir in which j ^t weft tìHrs France agtlnfl 4 G'-eithritaîn, ^ ff nft of coniflioii | inteffli. a belief that the aid of! Fî 4î cc wiS ufefui ta ui in a ontefl ; Highly mAtrent.iiu to Acnerka, A ' ib^ve a!! a grttrrouf cor^dence! peculiar to our nutu ¡lal chira^rf, ' foiha:îe u? to hirb^r nry fofj let Cf^urt id fbe Congrffs of tbc U.itt cdStitcn, and withictrtftln A»e-rkan mlotAer rvfiJent Ir Franc f. ««re fo great, and Dal^blt, tt to alarm the bonefl Aatefmen of tbat day» and to oblig« them to exfft their otmc^ taletvis tt counter a thetr eC Äi. If if «caW bf îmr 10 cil! fs wi ncîTcf before tha tribuns I ;