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Folder 43 Charles Nisbet to Alexander Addison, April 16, 1793

Findley talks about the armament of the land and sea by the French mob against Great Britain. He said that his will deprive the English mob for any correspondence with the French National Convention and Jacobin Club. The French mob was ordered to leave London when British Court received advice of the murder of the King. They must now conquer all Europe or be knocked on the head by the combined powers. He also describe that if Great Britain is drawn in to a war with this country, it is by it own stupidity of our politicians, we soon be freed from Indians to be occupied by English Garrisons.