London Daily Advertiser And Literary Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1851, London, Middlesex T S A L - 1 K ' ' It D j b - t - * fv * ' - r R A TT ir H U R S D A U N E 13 88.. e Perions chute to ixi this are to order any of the Hawkers to ferve them with it. w The 61. 1 HERE is nothing in which the generality of the World fo much as in the one of his yet one extends his Humility fo as to acknowledge to be the Cafe every Man as he retails again as his and to lay down the very that induced him to an Opinion therefore appearing though all but the half are we meet with a Determination as that of ten they maintain of own different in it is the as well in regard to the more as the important of their If the People who are ambitious after public ot tft Terrors about the of the were the Origin of Marks of Approbation or if they knew oa how very few is called the public Voice does m reality Would find their Ends of Attainment than they appear to they would perhaps that there is a kind of mechanical Way cf the of the World in our In all kind pi and that the of People whom we fee honoured with this airy Triumph in its have owed the Tributes of it not fo much to their as to artificial r - It 16 true in the Number of vate Opinion of three or and taken up too much at This we by the concurrent of though it in the of a who never enquired with any Degree of into the on which it ought to have been 4 As in the Places famous for numerous and repeated all after the two or are L and rather a than a Repetition of the original Sound fo it is in the Affair of popular Opinion The three or four Retailers deliver it as they received it from the primary Source after the Echoes of Echoes repeat it fo confuted and that it is often difficult to find out what was the original Upon the Credit of Retailers of other Peoples Opinions it is that we build our Where therefore can be the Wonder that as in that of fome that are j we in general To infinitely deceive in them So eminently or fo every body for ia re- alike atout And there is no than Occasion to attempt r Additionally to the natural the far greater the of our in regard to or there is any of Man oh their Part. Things of this j them that is not capable of being in two of but few in to the Infinity of which are out to As to the that is as will find means of the favourable of to verf nearly it is at any time on very j one or two of the original Sources of Opinion already 6tfy to turn the full Tide of Opinion either j mentioned from the for or The who really and determine fo Wor fand Mouths in a Day every one of whom add to the as he delivers are extremely few It is net fo much as j and every one bound in oneMan iri five hundred that Nature has for nour to maintain what he has once becomes it and of this five hundredth Share a Champion in a which he who is the fo general an Attendant is ly concerned in laughs at him for Merits there is not one in twenty that believes he or that witt at any take up the Opinion of another in Preference to or repeat and propagate though even contradictory to his own reai The People of true Merit and to whom Nature has been fo abundantly liberal as a td pronoUnce Opinions are are very of the vaft Importance they are of to or of the Power they are they were of their that they might be lefs liable to Where an Artifice of this kind is on a that is in totally and of no Importance to any the is not worth but when the Voice of the People is thus drawn in to or to good or an important Society is in- Who is a glorious Sentiment of and contains a that I will venture Co affirm who has experienced the Uncertainty of on his felt in a Manner which he will never be able to I R E L sN D. June 4. Mr. and Mr. Hugh Matters of were Fellows of our in the room of Dr. and Dr. The fame Day the following Gentlemen were Scholars of the in the faid to and Lail Sunday Evening mach after a long Mrs. Wife of Andrew at his Houfe in For above this Week laft part Mr. has preached daily in this City to large it is that at were upwards of ten He fee out in o dcr to preach at &c. intends to return to Dublin in about a laft at his Houfe of near the Palace of William the Charles Oliphant of one of the principal Clerks of by of his advanced and having no did not aiTume the Title of Lord which devolved to him by the Death of the late Francis Lord Night a young Man of the Name of who taught a private School at Lead unfortunately while bathing in the Water of Leith near the one Elizabeth a Servant was whipt by the Hangman at the Houfe of and afterwards drummed through this City for the Crime of They write from that the Charming Peggy of from with 37 voge Bay near the laft And that they have the to that Weather jured by The in this however un- Halfpenny per fo that their Fears of Scarcity are he knows the Sentence that is on him j however informed he is of the very Sources of will find impotent and ridiculous He had better do that at be muft inevitably do in the to the though he cannot m it y and content the Attacks who are better I felf with that which his own Heart tells him COUNTRY r June io. This Day the Rev. Mr. J. of was elected Mafter of Sherborne in the room and tipon their leading a hundred people in the only in this are or Echoes of fo on to the he he the Smile that fuch muft attempt to when looks who Wave given the tence of this while Prudence and to the of up out of to the who more is repay b|s might tempt him tc allow fo much On Monday the 17th the School be and the Houfe ready for the Reception of young will be boarded ink decent * ner at Fourteen Pounds a and under the fame Regulations as in the time of the late a great of People from the neighbouring Villages came to drink the Waters lately near It has been found ih Cutaneous is to contain Sulpha in- jT and may be drank to the tender 1 L 6 iV DO Printed for M. Browne's near and fold by R. in St.