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London Advertiser And Literary Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1851, London, Middlesex 7, A N D Literary MARCH 1751. Thole who to take this are to order any of the Hawkers to ferve them with it. E C 5. muft be an agreeable Thing to Genius and Tafte to that of which for a time among ' revive in a very advantageous It is but a Day or two that among the late Productions m we had to a very Very merited Encomium on i Piece which claims the Title of a great There fince fallen into our Hands a very good one of a gayer The modern fine The Author of this does not think proper to declare any more than that of the though the Pieces either of them do Honour to any but it is not to the Turn of the Similarity of and the general Style that we owe it to a Gentleman who fome time us with another at equal to Qn a fake We liVe in an Age in a fine Lady thai give entertaining Author of and we are to do the to the Writer of litis to own that it makes a very under his He at fifteen and gives hef the Advantage of as well .as a modern polite te her for ailing up to the Top of her He paints out a very pretty Scene of her to and Night to Morning with Moments as and wear the Morn away j Each Evening gives an Opera or Play Then Brag's eternal Joys all Night And kindly in the Morn He gives her whom fhe retains for though me has no Time nor Inclination to make any Ufe of And the nuzzling in her among die introduces this very natural Character a. bowing with Reverence at her treating her as a and he tells ' - Fain would For Right Honourable After the Lois of her and her in of her he marries her tq this paints her new with the fhe expected to find in the Bridal Bed from Jince fhe does not find them in her t and receiving every Lover that from the brimful Far fin to at length he exhibits her flying to Cards as ruining and her at Play j Goods and a Retreat into the try for the Remainder of her Life Her unwilling Retreat from the Scene of her Joys is well Now rumbling o'er the Stones of Ne'er with a more or guilty She bids adieu to all the well known And envies every Jhe At her Arrival in the fhc treats with infinite Contempt the Civilities of her T and me becomes fullen to her to her fickly in her in dies in mere the Victim to her own and The Author through the whole a great Knowledge of human Nature in the higher and has hit upon very happy and to convey his Ideas in. The Character of a Woman who becomes abandoned from mere is certainly in yet has been fo totally overlooked that it is. new to In this Piece He tells us fhe has no Inclination to the of that her very Frame is incapable of Joy from that yet prompts her to try what it is that other Women run fuch Hazards She feels no in the Of which fo much has fo much has read thai be w To abler Tutors Jhe from Men of every and Impatient for cordial Drop Jhe Her in the owing to her own and its Period inT her Death a broken are extremely well pictured in the } Too wretched to endure me - Too proud one friendly Too indolent tea criminal to pray Ai length half half mady and quite Shunning by ail of human of the hft Comfort of her the poor callous now flops her And with Scorpion Rage to Death The Merit of this Performance could not but recommend it to the World but there has been an additional in its which its Author is probably not at with j this is the it into apiece of The World have found out a real which they are tor fay the whole Series of Changes in this Lady's Life fuits j and fixing it upon made that a Libel which the Poet evidently meant as no other than a general - This is a very unfair Way of it is what the World is too be in regard to modern Author who meddles with tho' in ever fo general a Way in this the is the The Author is fo far from having any Share in the that he is as ill treated as the to whom general es are In Paper will be a Mr. William to the T relating to - by the now depending in Since our arrived a March 8. The and are fo throughly recovered from their that they Divine together with their and the reft of he The Marine feems the chief of the Royal together with the Sums oh bid fair to it a of Power and Reputation any former - The - not long in meets with fuch that the Credit thereof the fame cannot be faid our India fo far from have been upon the Decline ever fince the Beginning ths of a Letter from However the Hurry with which warlike are carrying as well in this Kingdom as in fome bouring may appear to portend that a very War is at yet penetrating account the public Tranquillity to be fafe during his Ths Siller to the King of tne Count de and their vent their Spleen in their private and arraign the King of having the Intersil of his German Dominions more at heart than that of tht Kingdom but their Murmurs not able to divert the of Affairs into the Channel where they to bring Our at this to cement Harmony with the Court of will be very careful not to be led into any which may or give the Umbrage to their Imperial On the other it is no lefs the of of London and by any to prevent a between Ruffia and as it would infallibly be a and a very hiring to the Election of cha to the Dignity of King the Add to Considerations the pacific Character of the ' which is fuch as renders it highly thuc the Revocation of her from Benin u ill be only Token of her of and entertains no Thoughts of it to an open c ir. all the and of his it is not to be will enter upon a War of very ful and the more fo in all the King of Denmark will only be a Looker his not permitting him to be an of aggrandizing March 2. The fevere Blows which the French received at Sea in the late War from the has made them fo vigilant for the and due Supply of their that nothing on that Head accordingly a under very heavy has been proclaimed among the Inhabitants of the Country of and of the ling any without an March g. Upon the King's Arrival here on the 4th from Sir Hanbury Williams Plenipotentiary from the King of Great Britain had his Audience of when he delivered to his his Letters of Revocar tion fince this is out on his for where he has with great filled that few Days the Speculates here were in a Flutter at the coming of an of the and every one was at work to find out a Caufe for fuch a Phenomenon whereas this is of no higher Concern than to of iome 0 Printed at p. near for R. in Paul's
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