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Post Man (Newspaper) - December 16, 1801, London, Middlesex 1 . OsXr.e.Wti �6, And the Historical Account,..'&c."'. from l^ttetDap December 16, to ^JttrttSF December Vfyk'Voi ' London, December 18. 1*He-A*ix of the Freeholder,- of iV/rr, to �ir Wmihmuu Baroper and- -.Sir Hmry peachey Kt. Knights of the SKre 6*' t he County -of Sxjfcx. Gentlemen, jT:iinor thaowe think we ate able to inlrruft or Jirefi you our Re-' prefentativus, -how to ducharge th t high Truft which we by' our ' �bofce haye^alled yeiiro. No, at no rare; but we judge ir conve* �ient'that you iEouUin fame general notions know the Unfa of us, whom yo9 repTefiK in this Critical junihin: > for the power of fr"""; is grown fo formidable, riiar not only our Trade and Commerce abroad in the World, but our Religion, Laws, Lives liberties, iipperriej anci -all that is dear to us here at Home, are all in manifeft d-'nger to be deftioycd, unlefi fome fi*edy and eifenial courfe be taken, to put s ftop ( before it be too late ) to the further inaeafc , of its already too cxcelhve greacu^fs. And therefore we earneftly ieiinv j.Thar you will bear:ily and vigoroufly adhere too, ?nd affift his Ma-Hty and Government, lteidily and corjiiantl; in all your debates and resolutions agj.inft th.' overgrown power of France, And in orderc. thereto, 2. Tint voa will fupport all the Alliances already mid;, or that fliall hereafter be made by hij Majefty for that End. 3. That tho we hope you will be griod Husbands for us, yet not too good neither, fac^e pray you co give for u?, fupphwfuitable ami liafonablf to the 'Exigencies of tlic Government, both by Sea and Land, and that you v.'iU not furitr tne c?u'ic of King and Kingdom, my, all �urcpe,:xo- ftarve by an ovir-prudent Tarlimony j and that yo!j will cartftjlly, provideihar tne lupplies fogiven by you, may be j'jftly expended ia and to thofe publick ulei only for whicn. you give ihcro. 4. That you be careful to avoid all Heats, Animollties and Miiunderftandings among y�ur felvcs, ajid all the ccnltituenc put* of " rhe Government.. And that in every thing, the moft you may, you promote the Amity and "Union of all Hs Majefty's Proteltant Subjects.  j. That you end^vour to be fpetdy in yourrcfolutiens, as that, the Alliances alceady made may be animated, and others that Ete Keutril may be quickened and encouraged to come into our Alliance alfo, rJvc we may fee the guodiucceis of your Councils btibre.ihe Spring U p^ffadaway. 6. L.af.l>, thaf is all things wherein rheGlory of God; the Honour of the King, And the Watfare and I'mfperity o/the People are con-tern'd, you do foyn your Votes with chofc thai are and alwsyi have j"been reputed to be the kno.vn, him, true Friends of the King and, Kingdom. ' AM now, Gentieaieri, we have done our Duty, wc;ihall follow you with our prayers to God Almighty,that he would be prrdnt With yoa, in the approaching Auguir A&taMy, to enable you to do yours alio j that as we hive Ir.e.vn to all tlic World our relpect? to you before others in our Electing )o;i ; lo you will pleafew-put fuch a Reputation on our Judgments imil your A&ings, as may convince all  England, that we never could iv.vc m^dou ever pay all due and Canonical obedience ro the moft Re-' veiend, ck: Metropolitan, as thefole I'refident of the whole Body of ' the'Convocirion of hi^l'rovincu. Secondly, that you would ufe your ' utraoft endeavour to promote fuch a Per/onjro he i"roloajror of your ' Hqufo as you flwll verily Lelieve will readily concur with you herein. ' jdly, That you nevn- confent to any JM>T inrermediate adjouirni' ' ments, or private meeting of the Lower Houfe, but particularly qb� * fcrve P.ich times and placa both for your Seflioni and ComraittoeijlM ' Oiall from time to ��� be iotiHtitad b you from hit Gracr, the Me-, trapolSan. way. ;