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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian V 7 f i i YOU -a. J'''JUT'H "T T >V '7 tr N 21. w WEDNESDAY r r flrr- v; troupe; a be able to wer rtdttce fo fnoajl a flaie )f hu whole nade ypoi- fodalgence -M Hat freedom wbich becomes a fait I) ft] fer- of who has nothing more at pur Majefty's jlorjr. and the peo keart the United bur, bir. it is not land tha't fchtyjajraifjlj land, but the ftrcngth aqd jchej, of one nation againjft the firength and icheiV angler. I %uld have dud only ichej, fiftce' it is money that; feeds and lothes the furnijfhcs the magazine, aftiilery and aftfwers charge of all other re ju deed a> great the NethttJeittfc. v r one article-ate' ran abla to much from the Stattia can do front thefc r Can you mock from of the ao4 houfejf Wtafare the yearly of your whole kingdom And how theft wilt Majefly be able to ruining ihe Landed i at waft b'ir, t hundred will rent of ftwhuot above thirteen eight to every How rftble the of land, fo vuny provide farm tfhtre a (fogle of Bothertowns is y-etofleia but obtbsag be more ruinous than tbe at a mediaan, be the yearly value of for the evetjr l kingdom be kfs -more ihart The 11 ibjetts, ttill leaving them for leir if this be bdt they ill to other counties for better u- I I am forry tb fay 'tJiaS too of your ftibiecV already _ .f f T J I J> valets, for bread: of yppr and at this ne, improving the manufactures of your icmies. Ffange'has theberiefit her wjds for ever, and your Majefty all hopes any future exclies by confumeu >r the extraordinary fums of one year, mi have, parted with sc icbcrjtsuce. I am without the gtmoft indignation, thiofc of that the tell your tfeat' his fubjedb :re buMOO nappy thlsy were not yet iucc4 to eat grafc; if Uaiying ffie ople .were the only way to free Jiixpfelf >m their. ledi.tions. But people will not jve ft, as bread be a in ,any other How much >re wqrOiy of a jpriipce was, tftat faying of ur grandfather of glorious njemory, Tnat hoped to ice, toat when every ttfefceepex jn his dominions fliould fbe le to alloifr his .family capon their way's fupper? I lay down this, there- e, my ftrft principle, That your taxes 3n fubjects ftiJl leave them fuf- their fubfiftence, at Jeaft as com- UWc a fubfiftence as they will find a- ng your neighbours. and otto the generality of mon drink the pure element; they are drrf. fed in'canvaii ftrtd Now, Sir, your Majeffy, me Nave to examme what are the fetotWthe United ahtf of thefe their govcrnbrs may take: felves withoot of owntra; There are in -of acres, and as many miJiions 'rjf.sf fiibjec> for- every acre; why iho then a fmgk atre be as vaiuabM'af eight acres France, -fiute it is to provide for as nwny mouths Or if greai part of the provifions of the people are ferciitd in.by the.r trade fiom the tea or foreign COOSH they will end at laJt in the Weatof iher have often hsard, SPAPLRl WSPAPLRI ;