British Journal, May 22, 1725

British Journal

May 22, 1725

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Issue date: Tuesday, May 22, 1725

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Years available: 1722 - 1731

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British Journal (Newspaper) - May 22, 1725, London, Middlesex S ATURD A 22 This has been long the fatal of and will be lamented by the few who retain any Spark of that darling Inge nuity by which the Muft t In thele latter when Pag ing and rofe as it did to a high Degree fn Italy and focnjc other Parts of how Ihpcking it is to read whAfHarock and a falfe Thirft of Fame made among the Lngeniousantl growing Artifts We may eafily gueli what contemptuous EJrprei and bafe Liberties of the Tongue were let when we that even Poifons and the Hiletto were frequently exercKed upon a dangerous Rival And whstt is the Coqfequence the the without a proper ro their by a if laBgurfliesar out any Profpefl of raifing its fickly therjfe is fbmetfeng fo horrible in a Confideranon of this that it is high Tlnaftto be of feek fomc pleafing Contrail to relieve ieities of I ftaH fix upon the generous andi golice Behaviour of the and AJlronomers of the Time of the Suns 5 the Axtbor of British feere make Attempt to fcew rhe Infelicity Hiftake who are fo eager to advance oWlHrngle as to lay afide all Honlaniry to of As all the civilized are formed into varians iff their Savage an4 are engaged in ihy and FriendQiipr fo in his particular well as by to ami The contrary would be AtafliaTime rtim the whole Commonwealth Men muft jpiuft be the Cafe in the Commonwealth of Litcra We when the Minds of Men were rude and when they had no Notion of Arts and Polkenefs arid Wheti Mafti wanted We may fup poftthi Starting tip of ibme uncommon blefsd with Parts jbeyond bis bringing on the Dawn of laVrtTtnC Twwdfction ofArts SacK a Man aflbciate to hirafclf the naoft apt and docible of his yet oi tne i in the Year Thefe Gentlemen held a friendly their Thoughts and agreea tq each foi and each for the ftrifieft proving their and afcertaining the Time of fnch This is a noble worthy of and On fuch the Mufes fmile in fuch the Arts and Sciences will know no tilde Neighbettrhpod und by a free Communication of his Thoughts From the Whole I That as in a Society of People in gene1 endearour to raife them xip from their grove Feuds and AnimoGties betwixt particular Perfons of to iuSattetheir Mlndswith a Dedre of will be prejudicial ro rhe in any Branch of the ore into their rtn in meir firtwe in uf feveral Members of it give themfelves up to the depre and fetting at nought each if they reTafe niutual Aids and good rbe Art they unworthily land muft fuffer by their Pride and May Miciftcrs ef France tinAGreat beicg fomeDays ago at Dinner with Prince his HighneCi weac that the Progrefs of Arts is flow and that about to to them the Treaty of Peace concluded between tKfc jeof that can brrng them to the defired PerEmperor and the King of Spain but trie faid Minifterr having ao JHe do all in his to enInftructions from their refpedive concerning that told foch Heirj to his as may improve his his in the moft that they could take no No to and to lareft tice of that Affair upon this ImperialCouriefis If he kyef he would be ro leave it in good were diiparchd ro Paris and with rhe News the Conclufion reeobimftrjd it totheCare and Proteftion of tnofe of the PeaceThe Archdutchefs Elizfbetb will fct out for in and the efTil and be this happy this rapabie of fhould ay thriving undej his bid fair for one Day ourdoir iim In 6ime valwime He like a wickd precipitaje thjg hopefiil footh but would rejoice to from this Uftle Prtceptorsffiould branch our for to txtenti and make Men thereby raore worthy ami Teeodimeijd it to the Care and Protection of thofe bdf We hare known a out of pore Fond to Mas of the naoft miferly to be Arid lefs Regard be had td the Cifta of to ftrdidMuck No the truly liberal Man of Art will beianrbhletbdf improving to the that wlien he he may have rhe fwect Confolatrr of worthy Tbis feems to have been the harpy of Arts and what brought them to bine comes in fulfe wiH Jet out for Vrmffils n September Mqan while Count who aQi as Governor 0f the Aujtrian Netherlands per Isto have a Salary of O4ood Flo rins a May An Erprcfs from the Duke d Dura has brought that the Jnfanta of Spain being arrived in good Health at John Pied dg Port upon the Inftanr She was the next Morn ing with the proper Formalities into ihe Hands of rhe Mar enrmfted wirh the King of Spains Powers to rc ceive and nominated by his Cathqliok Majelty ro her to with the Derachmertt of Troops anfi Orficcr bf the King bt bloijted and deformed ro the Ruin of that Spains HoufhoVt fcnt to mcer That R fte received Me and a Freedom cf feveral Prdents from the fo did fhe allb rnakc fomc to the had every Man is not for the but French Ladies and Officers that conducted Cardinal de for himferf narrow and lays about hfrn like Polan and the Marcfchal Bourg lately jnadc feveral Vtfirs to g t6 defend a Stork that Is So fur from at Diligence is ufed leipp cocommiitatrfeJind free irthis that he labours ro obftruQ to finifh the Qoecns Equipage and and we are now ProgreJHn one bm his JDiwurite and is ready to Pfcrfbrmrfnces of all other nor per it the Jam e his own Enemy For it is a Mau can inftrtrft but muft in the injpfoVe ffimfelf nor isany I fo com pi early d or miner Tyrant of his fct out next Week for with ths Character of Ata er conTulting the otherProfcffors of it DuVc is to po and iccerva The of trrrs made yefterday a fine Speech to the Aflembly of the Clergy of this then began their firlt Seflion Tis ulkd that they will grant rhe a free Gift of twelve The Duke having received his lart is preparing to ;