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Public Ledger (Newspaper) - March 14, 1761, London, Middlesex Number DAILY REGISTER SAT U R D A Inarch Twopence The V I SI NUMBER By Efq Log cur To the VI SIT the figare called we observed in our laft there are two forts when or given to things either ima or void of and the ether taken a is tfo mouth tf real We TOW to of As the former is calculated to and fur from its fo by its appearance of carries with it the weight and au It would be even to ran over what under Utts the writings the quicK impetuous transitions into per ion The and of the In tbc of God which are truly divine and wor thy fo glorious a The pej adapted to the lity of the the evidence of the imita dear of the thing let one example but one indeed completely the an of the from The mother cried thro the lattice Why is his chariot fo long Why tarry the wheels of his chariot i Impatient of fhe the of her elate and with female and i Sperare duki Ebria v Drunk with Her wife ladies Yea fhe returned to j Have they not i Have they not di vided the how to the peak ing is every idea and every She re counts not the flaughter of the num ber of nor and deeds of the but as who et ardebat a females love for and drefs which might captivate the light mind of the vain female nor doth flie barely recount fhe augments them as it were to turn over the in her while Ihe continues to con template fo every parf of them Have they not have they not divided the To every man a two a prey of divers A prey of divers colours Of divers of needlework on both An ornament for the To complete the beauty of this there is an admirable in the poetic of the in the great and accuracy the ele gance in the repetitions in the redundance of the the brevity and the moil grievous of female tacitly oy that fud den and unexpected So let all thine enemies O Lerd is more fully and by that fi than it could have taen But would cater into whole and energy of this and its in the Hebrew muft read that divine he will in a all ihe examples of all the of true We will briefly confider tha paf After the has the delive rance of the Jews from their hard Servitude in and their return to their he immediately introduces them Ringing kind of triumphal on the fall of the icing of filled with the bright and with perpetual The with fudden of the dwir joy and Bonder on ai count change in The land triumphs hs inhabitants i the fir trees and cedars of which images the parabolic often and princes exult with and power of their cruel The whole land is ar reig is it break forth into Yes the rejoice at the cedars of Lebanon Since thou art laid come up Then a teW or die It the of ponces kings they arife and go to meet the cf they over and mock and from hh Art alfo as we Art diou Is thy pomp brought down tire grave and the Is die worm under worm thy covering Then by an formd die o drey art thou fellen the Cut down to weaken nations t OLu a new per il of the found who contemplate it more nearly and attentively and at length acknowledge it Is this the that made the to and the as a and thereof They reproach as denied the of bfs cruelty and execute race amf The with a of the to the king of Baby hi and the city tual and confirming the bility of his with a oath I will it the of faith the The Lord hath as I have thought it come to What how are heaped together one and with fuch in fuch fi and We hear the u of the of the King of and who find his and Jehovah peaking and behold them afting their as in a One regular is or rather a various and multiform different is united together a very excel lence in the more kind of and which is perfectly exhibited in this poem of one of the beautiful and 9ne of the air the monuments of The are but not a truly divine Spirit breathes through the whole nor is there any thing to the high of this with beauty To that may freely my neither the Greek nor Roman poetry hathany equal or Let me that has favoured the public with a of this ble Ode and if he has of the it in fuch a nothing won To write like the he muft have had the fame divine our readers wilt we dare with from it Orient That rolid the mornings rofy Refulgent thro etherial way How arc thou thou fon of light How falln from thy meridian height The poles hear and my hall as my voice the hea vens hall See Odes by i he with gere See where his livid corfe is aged pilgrim Surveys him with dubious Aod on his fate and his reve head is is this poor leap of of Ba I and are our attend to jf Landing been this Day nominat approved by at jOUs Meeting of the es to this City in we beg Leave to piir iks Honour already and Poll at us to of and of this To the LIVERYMEN L O N D O T Take this Opportunity of returning you my Thanks fot your numerous in of my Nomination as a Candidate j and beg Leave to entreat the Continuance of your the General Should I be happy in your the important will be the Ob ray and the and Commercial of parti engage my Zeal and when ever hall offer to approve Your grateful and March 1 76 humble ROBERT To the and Freeholders of the County of SU S S E O A V I N G had the Honour this at a Meeting of the to be nominated to this County in the we take the yra Wir Thanks of your Re gard and the Favour of your Votes and which will be an ad Obligation to already conferred Your and obedient humble For the BENEFIT AT the Oh joth of be The FAIR LOTHARIO by GARRICK HORATIO SHERIDAN HAVARD ALTAMONT Mn HOLLAND LAVINIA CALISTA After which will be A New CORONATION Written by And fet to by The Vocal by Mr CHAMP and To which will a and to be had at in Broad 5 Toms and Bedford Coffee arid at the PUees for the Bora maybe Meeting of and ap tv this and and THOMAS Hi je fty and our happy both in and State It is therefore hoped that their Nomination on of v of the City of L O N D O For the B E NE FIT of B RIE N AT the in Drury Oa the toth of will be A The STRATA SCRUB for that Night by by PALMER ARCHER for the Time by for the time by MOODY SULLEN the Mifr By Particular A MINUET by OBRIEN atti Mifs TICKETS to be and taken of at under the j and of at the Stage Door where Places for may be To be SOL A Enquire at in Gentlemen and Ladies need not ran about the Town in Search of Eminent Workmen they depend upon Maker of this to be a Foreman to the celebrated him the famoUs Foreman to the Foremans Foreman Of that who never made a Sadt one And to that the Art rans in the Blood of the may be thaS he is a Relation to the celebrated thac about One Hundred anJ Fifty Yeari Gentlemen who are good Eyes and will acknowledge this to be a valuable it will be foli M A t H E W Late of INVENTED which ef with or any other painful that have been the Any dubious of the be to of of and who been lately by to his MA who a all his and prepare and fell all her late made ufe of at her in of iK Syringe at without Where Of tha every from the ta and i and will i either in Town or MATHEWS gives Brief Ob orr the Nature Cufe of FISTULAS and PILES without as published by 84ATHEWS To the Author of the PUBLIC AS you had bat a partial account of the Cargo given you I herewith a copy of the French in A of the of the cargo of the taken by his fri gate Alexander com 56707 Pounds of iron in bars and rods The quantity of 68Hhds of for 140 of weight 81 34 pounds 2 weighing together 9900 300 1 1 9 weighing 2 Brafs mortars 1 2 weighing 4 from the North 20Hhds of weight 11015 1 2 weight 7 of fuet or 2680 of pitch of a dryer fort than tbc 5 of 2p6o 30 of fait of i Threes IQ Barrels of 1700 13 of 1007 12 firkins of from 645 z Cafes of fail 1000 36 Cafes of 13680 i containing 562 6 Bales containing 711 auns oC cloth ufed v in funerals containing i oo pair of long breeches for fick people in the 100 for i Ditto containing 67 V 6 Ditto containing 64 auns of cloth 6 HWs of olive 5726 150 containing each bottles fine olive oil 3 Ditto containing 83 or for fale i Ditto containing 26 ditto for with and iron ramrods
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