London Daily Advertiser And Literary Gazette, May 15, 1851

London Daily Advertiser And Literary Gazette

May 15, 1851

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London Daily Advertiser And Literary Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1851, London, Middlesex 4 Ik- h * J - i 'A At . v m j :1 - 1 T TT  _h F I. WIDNI $ D A M AY Numb.. 63 Thofe Perfons who chufe tQ take in this Paper, are defired to order any of the Hawkers to ferve them with it. Ta ^ INSPECTOR. pttvfcr earijftp&s habere deb emus, quod ab iis nntay pat, snxmium, libertas, cisl they Have &fved, than thofe to whom they themfejyer-are obfiged; -But asrthere is ho one to whom one ca# pofiibly be fo pauch indebted as to a Father, the Ingratitude of a C^ld is of all others the :^it. moft Shakcfwaf MtiM/kr. Let any to his Mted^the Hand, fir lifting Foaf- tefc? j�n& iti ^nothet Flpce, /�grtf tiV�ip / /^otf Marbk'bmrtedFie^ tm&bidm&s when jhenxeft tbyfelf in & Child*, tk#n Son but look iack ^ hi� Bird r tWfand endearing FondneiTes of his t^rents; let him K* member their tender Cares for his Health; the Fains and Expence they have b$en at to cultivate his Mind and improve his Heart;' their Induftry to procure him a com* fortable Maintenance; their many Self-denials and Mortifications fuffered, %o k^urc Advantages to him; in a Word, every thing thought of, every thins done mote and eftablifli his Happinefs; and t his Hand upon his Heart, and aft: himfelf this plain Que-ftion, Is it poffible to be ungrateful to a Father? For my own Part, * the Name of Father conveys fuch ftrong Ideas of Awe, Love, and Veneration to my Mind^ that when I fee the leaft Difrcfpeft from, a 0hil4 %6 hb Parent, it mocKs me 10 me laft Begree. Every Man, they fay* an Enthufiafl in fomething; I vent iffy Enthufia&i in filial Love, and -indeed well may I, foi;:J am happy in a father, who is $ay Friend, my. Ceunfelfer, my Companion, and the worthieft and naoft fenfible ll^an of all my cwtfortable ta dbfc&ei that as this was, as often Acquaintance. is the moft amiab moft common; Honour m.Soc to be met with: Hopes even whj which I hoAQ^ n^rer n with his ^oir "Fatfeca:^^ the ve^able An-SKoulder^ carrvinzium&omi^M%^^oi r Troy: this is a hok at * ri^m_T School-boy's Pen, than 01^ amy the moft inafterly Pena:�^ut:a|si Vh^'ilSJ^l Ren in 'OakbeBv^.^^^aKMi^ of Fadiecs Vt thefc u is eftGtqgjbi- to thmfc; aid as Mankind love rather to; bc jinyfted to their 15uty %.3^uwg>k5 of Worth and Menv^han $6 be terrified intp 6^{e^ence^�iaurea of IJorr^ I wia?put Sirfe out^rds, .a&dy t^ ^nl^ iny/e^,; ja^npp^tbe %fja^wi? ^ two Sons/ for whofe^Memory I �Ball a^yay? l&ye,tkp ^eft Veneration, pne;wodl4 im^x^...ihk.Chx^i w this fort would-abouiHi jnoft,^ high Life, where no Advantage r** 1 i^Xtunity of Improve-iatnt can be wanting; but I antWraid, on Examination, .wilt af^eqjK HowMeiyl xnuffido Juftke to QcttdepEm *4 Fafeioii, in PirtiGSilar, with whoito I had the Honour to live in Friend fh5p, and of Whom it tould hot be faid that ante Mem patriot inqtarit in anno*; for, to my certain Knowledge, he broke his Heart for the Lofs of a Father, who left hiip in Poffefliop of an EfUte of sear two.dioufand Pounds a Year. Rare Ihftance of filial Love tips ! But were we to look narrowly; among tia JOwer Clafe of Marikmd, we ihould find a Charafter ijow and thenthat would put Education itfelf out of Countenance; and, to prove this, Imeed only relate a Story I heard laft Summer, in a Journey I took in the Country. As I" was paffing though Huntingdonfhire, I Hopped one County, where I pro- pof^d to lie that Ni�ht; as foon ifelf a little. I went out to the Inn gate was a I had View of the Town, and,1 while I flood there, I Spectator of the moft pompous walking uneral ever feen; but I -was ipuch more furprized, when i was informed that it was Only the Burial of a Farmer in that Town; his Pall was fupported by ffx Clergymen, his Corpfe followed by moft of the considerable People in the TWn, and numberlefs Poor came behind, crying bitterly ; I joined ihe Proceffipn, and went to Church ; nor did 1'tyer "ieir.%Mm'fq]udiirer&lly> nor {o grievously lamented as tKis Farmer; for jthe Countenances of the better fort of People w^re full of Concern, while the Faces of die Poor expreffed Difmay. Surprized at this uhufual Sorrow on fuch an Occafion, apd anticipating the Merit of the Deceafed, I returned to my Quarters, and being alone, defired the Landlord to fpend the Evening with me, atjdgive me fome Account of this Man. To this K by telling mewtije following Story, whi�h I ihall g^Ve^yon, ^as near at I yW this  ama^ng Indufjfry im?ewarded; for hfeCattle thrived; feda -Corh gfew, in a^wpfd, allJni Endeavours proved fo f�c-; ce�fai�.jtha^; sa^about fix Years^ he rej^sd/near a. Year, ana had a SIoc^ anfvverable to it. - Abf ut thi? time, his Fathery who had been bound for his Sort^Wil� -whom he had fet up in Bufinefs, for near 300 /, wa$ arjefte^, a^d thfowii into'Qaoi; (Wifliaiabein^theil*d�d.) As fooi as Gebrgd heard of this, he ira* -tmd everv diias he h^d in the Wori4 paidr .t . ... . , fcfr�* Prifon,:and fixed Houle again. Having done this, he went to Service witk- the utmoit C^earfiOiiefsK and haviog:.fpem ejht of nkie Yearj mor? in ^Way of Li6,;he quitted and took-his old Farm, where he repeated his former Indu&y, and-met w#l�his irfgal Stieeefe.. Hb Mother faehlg now dead, ^ i%Fatfh?r ^o^ very old artd infirm, he took him a Maid-Setvattt, whofe It- 1% "F I I 4 > > 1 upon In a few Years, he became a topping Farmer, andlofing his Father (for whom he mourned two Years, and, all his Life after, kept the Day of his Death as a Faft) he moved into this Pari{h, where he took a Farm of 100 /. a Year, and married ; and I believe that he has done more good in this Pariih than any Gentleman in the Country of twenty times his Income. He was a Man of very gSod^natural Parts, and one that underftood Hufbandry the beft perhaps of any Man in England; for all the Farmers round the Country ufed to come and ask his Advice, to whom he ufed to lay down one Maxim, which was, never to borrow any thing ; and I have heard him fay, fays my Landlord, in this very Room, that he never borrowed any thing in his Life'* He was always chearful and good-humoured, arid fo kind to, and careful of, the Poor, that they always called him Father; nor will they find, fays my Landlord, fo good a Friend fbon as he was ; nay, fays he, every body loved him, both gentle and fimple, and, I believe, every body is heartily forry for him.-Here my Landlord ended his Story, and, as I was prett bed; where I could-not fure, on the extraofdiria illiterate Man tp his FatHer^^^t queftion 4 _ . Mr. Infpeftor, whether it i^traM not be difficult to find a Charafter fuperibr to this Farmer's in'High' Life; however, I ihall.only f^y, that this Story, as I am fure it is true, pteafed me muth; andi'as it is an extraordinary Iiv-ftance as well of frliial L6tfe as fuccefsful Iridtiftry, you may, if you think proper, prefent it to the Public. inuch fatigued, I went to of I a*, SIR, humile Servant P'HILO-PATER. H O ME P O R T S. 7 E. Came down; Deal, May 13, Wind S. by E. Came Aroogh the Penelope, Blake, for Lisbon. Arrived the " , and Good Hope, Trump, from Ham-is his Majefty's Sloop, Vulture, and Good burgh. Remai Hope, Trump. Arrived, Marigold, Trick, from Chefter. At Mountferrat, Suianiiah, Angw.,.,_______ At Barbadoes, Applethv^ait and Fure, LindfayTam* Maria, Biackmaiij from ditto. -At Newry, Soled, Engie, frem panteick. At Rotterdam, 'Rofe, Degen. frbrt Maiorca. i 1 i L.'O N 0 O N. * j ? We We Advfce that the EUzabeth, Scott, from Berwick, and the Prjnce of Wales, Strong, fytm Yarmouth both >dea with Com, are Joft ttfh Leagues to the Weft! ward of Cette. The Allen, Ifcke?,. from Newcaffle for London, is loft in the Swyn. ,.f�h- **ni*W'- HeWw, for Lohdon, and Johanaa, Wkteww,, ftjr" S#a^fey, were both ftranded the 26th ult. AtScilly. f Je Elizabeth, Bawda*. from Soutk Garc London, i* put into Antigua leaky. LaftNigfe, bs^ween S�j anti Sdwn, his Majefty went m his Chair from 5^ James's, to vifu her Royal Hitfhnefe thePrincefs of Wales*Lticefter-Houfa. . g- Dakpn, of C^lontf Rjek's Regiment, a very promi^g youngs Gentean, $o� of Ricliaid Dakon, Efq^ of Lea^ therhead, in Surry. P?M^% Nighf was interred in a very grand man. ner, at St. Mfchael'e, Crooked-Lane, from he* H��& Ciaphanj, Mtfc Tanner, Rellft of Mr. tanner, 1 any Years Clerk of fi&mo#�ts-Halk Yefterday NJoroing, alfo^t Half an Hour �fte# Sist. as a Serva^; b^Wing tp Th.�aas Wilfen, Bfqj*3s #omi�}r from ColnbKJok* r ftounitow, he was attached by two was- 10 N D O N: BrktfttTfor M. Jackson, atD, IpTs near Ckmn^Crofs, and fold by R, Griffiths, in St. Paul's ChitrtbyarL ;

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