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London Tatler (Newspaper) - December 13, 1709, London, Middlesex By Ah Quanta laboras in Digne Puer meliore Flamma Hor. From December 13. to December 15. 1709. December 14. Bout Four this which is the Hour I put my lelf in a Readings to receive there Gentleman who I believed at came upon lome ordinary but as he approached nearer to I law in his Countenance a deep with a certain ingenuous thai gave me a ludden towards He and an of Thought as he was going to communicate his to me. But at recovering he an Air of great It would be an Injury to your Know ledge in the Occult Sciences to tell you what is my $ I dare fay you read it in my I therefore beg your Advice to the ef all Experience has made me particularly in the of and I ibon law that his was I then turned to my and found his Cale under the and reading over the Catalogue which I have collected out of this great City of all under that I law at the Name of Cynthia his Fit came upon I repeated the Name thrice after a and immediately perceived his quicken two Thirds when his in Head of the with which they appeared at his looked with all the imaginable upon not without laid you know not the unworthy Ulage I have met with from the Woman my Soul doats I could gaze at her to the End of my Being yet when I have done foV lome Time part 1 have found her Eyes on She is now Two and in the full Tyranny of her which ihe once acknowledge ihe only as they made her Choice of out of a Crowd of the more But in the of this lb it is Mr. that young who is juff come to without any other Recommendation then that of being tolerably and has won her Heart in lb a that ihe dies for In a I would yon how to cure my of this for an who triumphs in her can make no Man became her own chiefly in being capable of giving I know is witli her for no-ether bat that lie can be without and no Pam in the Lei me therefore to fortify my the Levity of an who ought only to be treated with All this Time I was locking over my and him if he had any good W inter Boots laid my I went You may reach Harwich in a loas to be theie when goes laid the I rind you me for Travelling but alas I have no it will be the lame Thing to me as Solitude to be in a I continued been many Years in Love with this have loft even my at leaff to fuch as any body elfe I asked a Tenant of who came up to Town the other Day with whether the Flowry Meads near my Father's Houfe in the Country had any in it. I have called a Cave a Three and muit keep ordinary and frequent People for lome before 1 can recover my common I united at his Raillery upon tho' I well law it came from an heavy You are acquainted to be lure with of the General Officers you made If I I venture more than any Man for I be in Danger of my Father is fuch an untoward old that he would tell me he found it hard enough to pay his Taxes towards the without making it more by an Allowance to me. With all he is as fond as he is and I am his only I looked upon the young Gentleman with much and not like a but a Friend for I talked to him io that if I had parcelled my into I am confident I gave him Two Hundred Pounds worth of He heard me with great and all other of that natural good Breeding which ingenuous Tempers pay to who are elder and than 1 entertained him to the following I am that your is of io long a for Evils are much more curable in their Beginnings but at the lame Time muff that you are not to be fince your Youth and Merit has been by one of the moff but the Sort of the A Coquet is a chaff and differs only from a common as a Soldier who is perfect in does from one that is actually in This like all is to be cured only by and you are convinced this as much as you will be Ten Years that ihe ought to be and you lee you muff not expect your Remedy from the Force of The Cure then is only in and the hardening of the Cure only in the Manner of employing that You have me as to Travel and a fo that wre have only Great Britain to avoid her in. Be then your and litfen to the following which only can be of Uie to you in this unaccountable wherein the Patient is often averie even to his It has been of Benefit to to apply to but as that may not lie in your down to your mind your and venture the Life you are weary of over every Hedge and Ditch in die are but if you can hive rather if ay in and recover your lelf even
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