London Advertiser And Literary Gazette, March 15, 1851

London Advertiser And Literary Gazette

March 15, 1851

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Issue date: Saturday, March 15, 1851

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Publication name: London Advertiser And Literary Gazette

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 156

Years available: 1851 - 1851

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London Advertiser And Literary Gazette (Newspaper) - March 15, 1851, London, Middlesex 1t, A M �> AZfiTTE. F R ID A Tj I^JlRCH i5, 1751. Thofe $erftms who ehufe $0 tmt in (this Paper, are de&td to ojrder any of the Hawkers to ferve them with it. e ItTST E C TO R. S. 0/Wjr^Ww^'l^dsii^sof'^etLady-of Quality in Peregifrife&ekSe* oB^Hiftoryof Lady Frail, W �?� the Pap^\b^^ih fmall Corripafs in this: Pamphlet, and th� whole Chan rafter,; fueh as it is, is exhibited at orie Views So that the Reader (whatever he may determine as to the-great Point the Author has in View,-and for which* be evidently wrote the whole} will have an Opportunity of feeing the whole^ Story of this remarkable Life, without the Trouble of going through either of the other Accoffnts", the drTe^T'whicTi^"lve agree In the Author of the P^atfei'sJ^dgB^eig, & much too care-lefsly, and the other much too "coldly written. But to give fome Account of the Pamphlet.i The Author lets out with' fome very juft G^feryations on this Way of Writings ahd does Mr. Fielding great Honour, at the Expehce of his Imitators in itj who, heobferves, dp npt-feem to" find out fp much as-what it is that makes Mr. Fielding's Works jneftimable ; a very fevere Cenfiire, but with too apparent Truth oh Its Side. "Trorn this lie proceeds to the Characters to be compared*- which, in the true Spirit of Raillery, he fets out with: fupgo&ig to he both merely ima- inary ones : He baote.rsthe Authpra en iheirxange irntlaiity x>f the two Stories, and while he agrees with theto ifl the Propriety of expunging the unchri-ftianfame's of Strepban/wd PhiUis, he ejepreffes, with great Rumour, his Afteruihment at^eir hpth hitting upon the. Uje of Initials itt their Place, and both, on the fame Oc?afions> ttfiflg the fame Initials. His Obfervations on thjeMerk and Defects of both Perfpfmances, fhew hkU to be fo good, a Judge of Propriety in the Novel Way of Writing,1 that we are apt to wilh he would try iu&own Pen at it. What we think moil exceptionable, in this Piece, is the concluding Period* in which, without any apparent Rea-fon, he attacks the Characters of two excellent Painters of the prefent Age ; It would be cruel to both thefe Gentleme,!!,, who^i Merit is universally and juftly allowed to be very great irt their feveral Ways, to re-peat|he. C�n^*^^ aftd-whiJe'^ei can refa-trre Reader ^> the Reception of the Children^ and the Portrait of Captain Coram* at th^ Foundling jEtp^ita^ it is Heed-lefetp ajdfwerit. , An lRtitATicN &f S P E N $ E R* I. IT is the Cuckdo that arinounceth Springs And with his wreakful (a) Tale the Spoufedoth. fray, Mean while the finch's harrhlefs Ditties fingj And hop in buxom Youth from Spray to Spray j Proud as Sir Paridel of rich Array. -The little Wantons that draw Venu$' Team> Chirp am'rous thro' the "Gfpve* in Beavies gay j And he who erA gaiji'd Leda's fondEfteem, Now fails Pn Thamis "tide, the Glory of the Stream - II. Proud as the Turkifli Soldail, Chauriticleer Seesj with Delight, his hum'rous Race around, He grants fitih Favours to each Female hear, For Love, as well as Cherifaunee fehown'd. The w"addlin| Daihe that did the Gaujs confound, Hejr tawny Sons doth liead to Rivers cold, While Juno*s dearling {h\ with, majeftic Bound, Tg d^rm his Iceman (^doth his Train unfold, that.glb^" widl vivid Green> thatfiamcs with burning CJ61d� : ; . tn. . . � The balmy Cowfiip gjras the fmiling Plain, The Virgin Show-drop boafts her Silver Hue,. r Anhu^nthedTmtethegaudy Daify ilain3 An?J th^meele Violet in amis Blue, Creeps low to Earth, and hides from public View; But the rank Nettle rears her Creft oft high* So Ribaulds loofe their Fronts unblufhing ihew, WWle modefliMerit doth neglected lye. And pines in lonely Shades> unreeft of vulgar Eye. See [all around theGall-Iefs Culvers (d) bill, Mean while the Nightingale*s becalming Lays Mix with the plaintive Mufic of the Rill, The which in various Gyres (s), the Meadow bays (f). Behold ! the Welkin hurfts into a Blaze ! Faft by the Car of Light the nimble Hours In Songs of Triumph hail his genial Rays, And as they wend (g) to Thetis'cooling Bow'rs, They bound along the Sky, and ftrew the Heav'ns with Flow'rs. V. And now the human Bofom melts to Love, The raptur'd Bard awakes his fkilful Lyre, By Ruhning-ftreams, or in the Laurel-grove, He tunes tp arrr'rous Notes his founding Wire, All all is Harmony, and all Defire. * The happy Numbers charm the blooming Maid, Her blufhing Cheeks pronounce her Heart on Fire"; She now confents, then fhuns th' embowering Shade^ With faint Reluctance yields $ deiirpus, yet afraid. VI. Now ruftic Cuddyy with untutor'd Throat, (Tho' much admir'd, I ween, pf Nymph and Swain) . By various Songs would various Ends promote. Seeks he to prove that Woman's Vows are vain ? He Batemaxi's Fortune tells, a baleful Strain! tut. (i) Datling. ( near-tWJV:

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