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London Advertiser And Literary Gazette (Newspaper) - March 15, 1851, London, Middlesex 1t, A M F R ID A Tj 1751. who tmt in are to any of the Hawkers to ferve them with it. e E C TO R. S. 0/Wjr^Ww^'l^dsii^sof'^etLady-of Quality in Lady W the Tide A Parallel between the of Laay and the Lady Quality in- Peregrine has made fome Figure in the Advertisements 3$ well as its Its Title it one of to which we in pay but Attention j but its real 3fc avowed at fives it a Claim to fome Notice and the more as it lead us to of the two other notable Performances that Rife to An who had in a former a time a Work of Hie and Atr tention in a peculiar manner in regard hy in the thait there would be included ia Tfo genuine if it tidy if It was foon that thai Lady of was ether the very celebrated -j and that Memoirs were written of Expectation of there appealed a The Adventures 1% other upon the Alarm in regard to oh on it that no of a certain Lady of Quality were but in his This Acquaintance of with a Work before he could be informed of it by an at very with in regard to and told body plainly at the fame timey and Heroine were one and the Soon after out The Adventures of the Romance fo long to the World $ and it appeared by that there was fome Foundation for the Conjecture of the the Story was evidently the fame with that Of his lie Barnes of the Lovers of bath were the The World was of for a that the Adventures of Lady Frail were written by a very Angular Author of this who is generally writing fome of the and fome of fn the World at the is now we may Ventage Xp that by this the Author of yie on and of fome lets j faid may be appeared - at that the Author of this remarkable Piece was once an Intimate of the Character tohei under that of Lady Frail j and who by a long and intimate Acquaintance this learned in arid had accidentally met with a couple of Notes written for fome other till avowed the that fhe had taken a Method to introduce That this Author at this not to be doubted j but it is not fee why fee have any than why the Lady have taken the feme Liberties with her own Character in Peregrine Soon after the Publication of the latter of Works appeared the of this and or three Days ago the Pamphlet The that the of gave the World no other Idea than of a Quarrel between the two and they expected to fee of one of very heartily attacked by the other in this We are to take Shame upon by that we not only but faw it in this Light 1 as we an evident Partiality in regard to the of Lady that the Author of that Work to have been the Writer of this It has appealed that this Pamphlet is indeed written neither of Authors -y it is owned by a who has wrote fome in Verfe though we do Qpt know that he has atr tempted except in mis He is a Fnend of and the great at is the fetting his in a Hia Frail and for which appeared pf Parent to hUt How the Facts may be in whether indeed are at we do riot upon us j is one for the in Recapitulation pf that of in and whole Chan as it is exhibited at orie Views So that the Reader he may determine as to Point the Author has in for be evidently wrote the will have an Opportunity of feeing the Story of this remarkable without the Trouble of going through either of the other the agree In the Author of the & much too and the other much too But to give fome Account of the The Author lets out fome very on this Way of Writings ahd does Mr. Fielding great at the of his Imitators in dp find out fp much it is that makes Mr. Fielding's Works a very fevere but with too apparent Truth oh Its this lie proceeds to the Characters to be in the true Spirit of he fets out to he both merely ones He en the two and while he agrees with ifl the Propriety of expunging the of he with great his hitting upon Uje of Initials itt their and on the fame the fame His on and Defects of both fhew hkU to be fo a Judge of Propriety in the Novel Way of that we are apt to wilh he would try Pen at it. What we think moil in this is the concluding in without any apparent he attacks the Characters of two excellent Painters of the Age It would be cruel to both Merit is universally and allowed to be very great irt their to can Reader the Reception of the and the Portrait of Captain at Foundling it is An S P E N $ E I. IT is the that Springs And with his wreakful (a) Tale the Mean while the finch's Ditties And hop in buxom Youth from Spray to Spray j Proud as Sir of rich little Wantons that draw Chirp the in gay j And he who erA Leda's Now fails Pn Thamis the Glory of the Stream - Proud as the with his Race He grants Favours to each Female For as well as The that did the tawny Sons doth to Rivers While dearling Tg his Iceman his Train widl vivid with burning tn. The balmy the The Virgin her Silver r Violet in amis Creeps low to and hides from public But the rank Nettle rears her Creft oft So loofe their Fronts doth neglected And pines in lonely of vulgar See around Culvers Mean while the becalming Lays Mix with the plaintive of the The which in various Gyres the Meadow bays Behold the Welkin into a Blaze Faft by the Car of Light the nimble Hours In Songs of Triumph hail his genial And as they wend to They bound along the and the with V. And now the human melts to The Bard awakes his By or in the He tunes tp Notes his founding All all is and all * The happy Numbers charm the blooming Her Cheeks pronounce her Heart on She now then embowering With faint Reluctance yields $ yet Now Cuddyy with much I pf Nymph and By various Songs would various Ends Seeks he to prove that Woman's Vows are vain He Fortune a baleful or (a) Dove LQ WD 0 at Dr by R. in Paul's
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