Tuesday, July 25, 1752

Covent Garden Journal

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Covent Garden Journal (Newspaper) - July 25, 1752, London, Middlesex whfch are ready to receive him irfCovent So far however I hope I may fay with out that among all the Schools at the there is none where the Science of GoodBreeding is taught no like the excellent Leffons on the which I have quoted a and which I do mod earneftly re commend to all my young Hence the learned Profeffions produce fuch excellent Charafters of Humour the Rudenefs of and however dignified or dif affords foch pleafant Stories to divert private and fometimes the I come now to the beautiful Part of the in the Senfe I here ufe the I am allured can hadly for the mod Part be faid to have catiom As to the Counterpart of my Countr the Country I ap that except in the Article of the and perhaps in that of being barely able co read and there is very little Difference between the Edu cation of a Squires and that of his Dairy who is mpft ly her principal Companion nay thelit tle Difference which there I am a not in the Favour of the Former by being conftantly flattered with her Beauty and her made the vain eft andmoft felfconceited Thing at the fame Time that fuch Care is taken to inftil into her the Principles of Bafhful nefe and that fhe becomes afhamtd and afraid of fhe knows not If by any Chance tins poor Creature drops as it into the how abfurd muft be her Beha viour If a Man looks at fhe is con and if he fpeaks to fhe is frightened out of her She in as if flhe thought the whole Sex was engaged in a Confpiracy to pofifefs themfeives of her Peribn and This poor it is however fhe may appear to her own efpecially if fhe is is rather an Objeft of of juit Ridicule but what hall we fay when Time or Mar riage have carried off all this Bafhfufhefs and and when Aukward arc embelJifhed with the fame tho perhaps not the fame kind of which are to be found in a Here fure is a plen tiful Source of all that various Humour which we find in the Charader of a Coun try All I will be readily allowed i but to deny GoodBreeding to the may be the more Dan gerous befides the Pro feflbrs of Reading and the French and the Mufic and of Modern the Whift all concur in forming this Charac t The Manners Mafter alone I am afraid is And what is the Con t fequence not only Bafhfulnefs arid Feat1 are intirely but Modefty and Difcretion are taken off at the fame So far from running away fhe runs after the Men and inftead of blufhing when a modeft Man looks at or fpeaks to fhe can without any fuch Emotion to ftare an impudent Fellow in the and fometimes te utter if he be not very impudent may put him to the Hence all thofe agreable Ingredients which form the Humour of a Rampant Woman of the I cannot quit this Part of my in which I have been obliged to deal a little more freely than I am inclined with the lovdiell Part of the without preferving my own Charader of Good by faying that this laft is by much the moft rare and that eve ry Individual among my either is or may when fhe an Example of a contrary Be The fecond general Reafon why Hu mour fo much abounds in this feems to me to arife from the great Numr her of who are daily raifed by Trade to the Rank of without having had any Education at all to ufe no improper Without having ferved an Apprenticefhjp to this But I dwelt fo long on the other that I have no Room at prefent to animadvert on this nor is it indeed ne ceffary I fince moft Readers with the Hints I have already given will eafily fugged to A great Number of humorous Charaders with which the Public have been furnifhed this I fhall conclude by that this excellent Source of Humour may ftill continue to flow among fihce thof it may make us a little laughed it will be fure to make us the Envy of all the Nations of To the P U B L I AT THE UNIVERSAL REGISTER Oppojtte CecilStreet in the Which has been carried on near two Years and an And at the UNIVERSAL REGIS TER in that Part of Bifiopfgate next belonging to the fame Pro S T ATE S and Houfes either to be 3old or in any Part of Great Britain Lodgings to be either in Town or Country j Boarders or Boarding Perpetual next Exchanges of Liv immediate and Offices ei ither Civil or Money to be lent on all Kinds of from 50 to DO Bought and Sold Insurances on and Merchandizes and Animals of all Matters in all the Acts and Sciences in all Trades j and a vaft Variety of Servants in all are Regifter and to heard of at this where fuch as are good never fail meeting with due Encouragement Like wife Information in all kind of Publk relating either to Perfons or may be Apprentices to every kind of are ntno greatly at tbis Particularly fomt Boys ubo have a Genius for Painting j tbofe would be taken moderate JOHN one of the Proprietors ef the Univerfal Register Day is Price One Shilling bound X A M PL OF THE INTERPOSITION of PROVIDENCE i T H E DeteQion and Punifiment MURDER CONTAl Above thirty in which this dreadful Crime hath bejn brought to in the moil extraor dinary and miraculous Manner collected from various anrient and WITH AN INTRODUCTION and Both Writien By HENRY Efq And dedicated to the Right Reverend Father in Lord uilhop of Thit Book the Publication of which is occafioned by the many horrid Murdsrs committed within tbit laft Year is calculated to raije jujt Sentiments of Horror at this moft heinous It is ry frober be to all the inferior Kind of ami par ticularly to the Touth of both natural Love of Stories will lead them to read with what cannot fail of infujwg into their tender an early Dread and Abhorrence of gaining their Hands with the Blood of thir Printed for Millar in the who makes a large Allowance to thofe purchafe Num PROPOSALS For Printing by SUBSCRIPTION A New Tranflation into Of the Works of L U C I A From the Original GREEK With Notes and By HENRY Efq AND The WILLIAM This Tranflation will be printed in two large Volumes in at the Price of two One Guinea to be paid at the Tims of and the other at the Delivery of the Book in Every Thing which hath the leaft Tendency to the Indecent will be omitted in this i ref lation and as the Tranflators hope to will be little more than refcuing the Authors Fame from the Forgeries of Writers of a Note very inferior to Receipts are delivered by the andbj Millary in the Strand in Pall Mall and by in Book MODERN HISTORY Yefterday about five in the as John an old Quaker at the Corner of Great Mays vras fitting afleep in his an old Woman

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