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General Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 20, 1845, London, Middlesex i rt ;f " i T Dll.ON PAX, January�Q>i' *f4r$. f* A U T,H O'��'-.'&. � I think in Juftice yoa ought to publi(h $he follow-�* jug Vthojqa* w* 09 Tiuk ?ko**i**ow& fee with sMw �*� she l^bi** ( �pers, which does the -bighaft pd^^nour Co the IM$>�te|&i� i&Cihe LBonjfc., T,hi� JUbel *bat � worthy jftrfy 4 tide &$fi*m [ jf Ibwii^fdcfatmrtte 1 fceflgn e& fceix bleedii^g Couotty. by W>owin wath j*anedi�ei Malice to eapreflb iuotfilf, t� givs a lUllnwre advanced $*te for Money xsMM&ki #nd *h*j�by fartae* accomplia the ayowed Defigns of ft*fe�,fo4^ic^fc^l,jii �ve* rypofiWe V%;^JttheP42blic Credit. ^Wbader.a this Pf ilqdying to Uke the JMvantqge of^ and as wasinhim^es, Jahottfa^tpJji^. . of hi& Country jnore ^ueindjaavlital'!. "For cly o*n Part, | freely own, I lo>e 'Jfive, or even Six or Seven, per Cent, (for we^smftV c�rtah>b/ advance, ^f fome Sounds �re not foteiJ miicfe better'j^jte ^fhrte or Four per Cent. But when I x^ial^^^dreadfU quences of this Manure -tf: myJ^^d. ^bonbyj vrfien perhaps in imgociatii|g fonv tion^dsvl-q^ Eet Ififw Pounds by a tern,porto^4vaflced Jnttncft, and .taoft aifbudly i�nt the Public PVoperty ib|nf.Millions;, whexi 1 am doing; the �teatrft Service to our detefiable l^emies, and ^egreatal Prejudice to ��r Safety aaelPre-.ftrvation j others iraay do as 4wy pka&� but Jet j^em do it openly; forar own Part, I amrefolved to be/oundin that honeft HuioVr> who can depart from a^iinali Advantage {it in the,�venf of Things^ auvbe c&t&w Advantage) when .the Jntereft. of gfegiptsoj* || i# deeply con- ' Cjerord: fovery4eeply, thatit wo�ldhe.�i>chieri hurtful |q;%�*itp.jnafcc A^re a.ftefeftnC^W#I^Uio% than to advance the'Public Intereft, .ficjetDfiftf ^rfom are , now earne^ly attempting at iucha Juncture as this. Idefire/Sir, theYffofe, at dn^e to cdfltiriue A CoitalD�R able Plt6^RlEfy jpo Swi6. We have had bo te^tr/%pu1*irj^*o>a^t�fthe neighbwrinf Ports/ for fet^ral f ^b, To that wex can lay nothing poft^tive conceding the EmbarlUOon for England: But it i� generally ftoMh't, that the Qu&ine of theEnglilhMenof War, will prevent thefeiemieifrcto v failing. 5 Subjtanct of tit Irtptjif Piece cmckitlbtKffitnrht B�- frt/t, QmfcJtofryi *�i*b* &*z '/ ^ -?s.?idp.�iariBpikir, dmwd WartiAj ^d ^^ionfr^A^jdftriht ^d^aieW^MfiAn^t^^ dowii^gt� W^iu^!ifrtiB|i*�{ and ^Atf P*o*. WSnd �befbre the%r, would f^^)�id Deftroym^/r our Ae___ �a) JUUX^mhB' AfilftfrvV ?aee^K.Ce�L, 4$, and batdenea m& ihd be ucce6f^st9^�rry !oantd in