5 Examiner 1 (1815-1816)

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, VWYORK .,' )D 4Y DU,4MERAi-tI1-

TO THE PATRONS OF THE
We enter t ifby$after a
wbich4od not be prevented, 4on thW
fifik vohtifte of te Examnmer, and we hope
the season of its embarrassments and dhs
tresses is pwt.
Vuk. we hope t     hat it may fie per
malted us to suggest that payment of Vhe
advance   il be peculiarly serviceable, as
it regrds js continuance  A transns-
ston alsq of rrears is respectfully and
earnestly ehcited.
And we venture once more to assure
our friends that the Examinershall be made
worthy of their patronage
Nc'  York Dec 18 1815

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t0i with 2  a vey.rosg portionei
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enn ency q undepiably and indIiutdAbIbr!. obo
lie evil but will ninqt 4evettheles, tlt *tIl-
posible to dowithout it  Ib rng maiipJiez
vaind& oitth4 popt, Wygo a stp fuMW-a#A
thuk It unnecessary to- attempttie ref i *
of the acknowledged evil  Andl so rapid is the
progress of error when supporte4 by intefest
t att -very sm  you will find them enraged with
those who deem the ev-itpot incurable and wla
would, therefore attempt to apply thm6 xemeiy
Nt  iet  is theargument Hereafter we shlt
better e enabled to dit  $ut it is the sinner'i
argument ending in a repentance th deomes-
too late a death bed repentance
Neither in the physical nor the moral worV

An appeal to the publw on the conduct of the were diseases ever known to be removed by in-
Banksi n the Cty of New York        dulgence  much loss by adding to the canižs
which or gipally produced4ihem The tenden.
The advantages which many flatter themselveswc i aly rodt   e
they dern e ard the facilities which result to  ie therefore who hopes that th evds 
all from unrestrained issues of a base and there- the tpresent extenive and somphcated systeA.
fore a plentiful currewy will render it difficult of paper money will curea thmselves whe  fts
when that currency has msinuated  itself into tered by indulgence and even cheshed as
all the pecuniary transactions of society to per tul wldl not be lost for wan t oT ehef  asb
.uade it to .under   L t  at. &1 inflicted and  w  ntbetfi
i  rr(& ve putrg ato n  inwbieh alone the remedy  'ro all other ev dl  whem  0 .e&  a citw4e4
Is  tobet fond  Those who  miak  this curreftfy                               $* els  we  ivartaby  pp   what w   i e4
and   ho re permitted to mkp &q wmcb of it remedies  Crimnals w M pns-n   uetaiW~
and of course to profit as much by it as they dren we chastise  to fevers we apply mhi
please  must be endowed with extraordinary cines  from undue beat we retreat to the 140
wisdom  as well as integrity to forego advan  shade and from the hting frost we aie reltev,
tages wbi  to most appear so palpable  And ed by  eial watmth, For all ottier evi Wts
t6oqe who are from the nature of their pursuits seek a remedt  But a base currency ai w@
In dailynheed of some sort of currency way be as all -wperiewee f history prove,
expectad to cling long to a bateope, ithey shall ten,;vel,-n  d raly pernetou  nwst tia ,  le
have heat made to fear that a pure odle cannot to te it wid ur 1tseif' in m ust tW b
b 'vrgdced in sufficient ablindance  Much hk ly to findcure in theem
more reluctant ywill thiy feelt to abandon the went whicek-musLbe derive4 f0mur
base currency if the have ben Induced tosim  bel~r that its eitence is I ery  At t
pect that the pnire one hbs so entirely dis p- 4  re tfme can it boe IW*'4*c ary '   t

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