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London Tatler (Newspaper) - January 16, 1710, London, Middlesex By J fade ut nihil From January 16. to January 1%. 1710. but know Kings that were can January 16. remark the the and Grapes but put on HE Extent of Man's Life Would carry him They with Accuracy 2'great Length in and and the Gladiator were his Talents employed upon the Art proper Objects as the Matter now and we the old and the impertinent as can you may as well fet a Poft to dance a Country of any folid Ufe or In janto Will Zero's imaginary Idea's make me wifer Will in or capi their trie of the Schools improve rhy Way Home in their own Are they any Thing but Idolaters of Antiquity treat the Moderns Tricks of like Slights of amount with no they do the to no more than the Tying of a Knot to it with again It is the Fallacy and when that's a Modern with them if that he found the is at an There's and let him write never fo it is Crime ther Certainty nor in Things He not to be of Years They ' that does not them is never the are as zealous Hunters of as Country and he that does is never the are of and love their Game the the Grammarian is laid to have wrote ter for The jnore the Paper is corroded Four hundred wherein he is mighty with the more the lefs legible the ious to Where Homer was born Whether he Book the more valuable and the of was an Epicurean or t How many Oars the Letter gives a Sanction to the had And whored or drunk moti Would one imagine that thele Fopperies There other Scholars who take more Pride could employ the Thoughts of an intelligent in true Reading of one dull Epi- a Man of would labour to forget than would in twenty if he knew as much Pains to that were and think it more honourable to 1 id his Head of fuch idle Stuff as we find fome do collate a trifling than to write a to fill theirs with it. luable Is there not more Art in the There are tho' they are perfectly of in turning Mutes quainted with the Manners and Policies of paft and than in are yet utter Strangers to that in which they the Oration Are there not more Words They the a Dictionary than in all Tally t And does not an that regard former yet the Alphabet or Index contain a larger Extent of guage pf the and the only Country they ledge than the united Labours of and you no Account of is their You tot Of this Order the great would take them have been He is more familiarly acquainted to Cyrus the or Lieutenants under and ancient Writings which are than other rather fancy your feif talking to an old Roman Men are with that are can than an poring equal his Sagacity in but the worms will run you a long Detail of every injured of his Imagination in Poetry the Prince and Slate that fued to the Roman Senate for mity of the and the Delicacy of the
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