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Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 4, 1812, London, Middlesex Tli e From ThurrdaV ipecMber tp Saturday r T IT Jie Petition of the Council of State to the HE Gouncil owns with Grief virjefs of thofe by1 WBiefi as weft is Provinces and tints are in common andlrf a Manner and atamftover Tis eafy that the Provinces and common Peoplefo much ihould weary of and iflvpa tient for Peace but tisalfo that the more this Wearinefs and Impatience is made publretfaridfrriown to the the lefs we can flatter bur fclves witfr wetF grounded Hopes of a fpeedy aud good pfooF of what we it was owing to this in a great among other that the famous twelve YearsTrucs Could not be brought to the defird tHl aftera NT feptiation of three Years this and Impatience ought not 6 HielPWiCfelfun 6t4f Pretence of fiifeey warepbHgedia qhirity that the faid Pretence flowsFroWno other than fuch Paffions and the as ought not to have the If aft Influence in fa ft Defibera Ifo effentially concerns the WeUfare of the as thofc about Peace and War OtberwHe we cannot fxpffl filch good but the Edelmy will profit by arid Che good Inhabttants of Gountiff wuft by or other crampd and da masd tnwhat relates totheir Thfcrefore it ought to be well whether this Pretence of does not proceed moreirom humanWeaknefs ftom any TealGround in order to ferve the Members of thf who make ufe ot it as Arejiment to difcriarge themfeltes from theBurthens which others irittftVar for the fupport of this and exprtfly undertakau by all the Pro vinces and accopaing to the foundation of the which this is jnuft bicirrfd orv brqaufeofche greatand formidable Power cf the Enemy gnift whom we have been obhg d OUT utmoft to the rull Extehfof So thatPhre Argu nient of ro be appar that rHtfe Members wha makelife ot thtsPre have pmplbyd allpraiticaWe and thods for bearins e of the and d fThat tothtr things which are lefs necef Ju this Cafe it woal1 hevery that tho5 the faid Chjresof the War be without all Controvtrfy extreme iir Namtfeveral other Taxes We pail whkhdonr at all beloirig to it rtcy woulit fcpnart thole Taxes reallybelong ro the anrt pry them only for that a vety ereat Diminution would and by confequencfc a mighty Eats to the This wouH appear PK tjculady keeps they but pai as t Number of CO and i and rtotihCa gneat nueafiircappfiedrsfjO Tinie Profitable Jioc I But if notwithftanding ia of topofl takemui a more riaacis famed t an abfoluteand makeajfatal preffioa upon the jcommoa tion of its j Ji it to oppreffivejuajid toght fpeedily detetmjifc againfl no to leane Slate aot only i continual UhcB but alfo put it in that and after wards about the the Memben an AccDrnmodationiin the tirft Cafe of the in the Kafti jo on eT ppoit w h icb Bat it rbfe Cafes a certain Flail io etffd it never came iato raited and bid aiuft be the Tiling chen under was be a ad meg a Peace or a Truce upon the propoted either ro i were to4 vernment ac that Time was to to t ons of the Treaty of and propusd the of they had made with inte Kiiaiace rionsv7which cordingly faw Suteon that This will be concluded in our ;