London Daily Advertiser And Literary Gazette, September 21, 1851

London Daily Advertiser And Literary Gazette

September 21, 1851

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Issue date: Sunday, September 21, 1851

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London Daily Advertiser And Literary Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1851, London, Middlesex AND LITERARY SEPTEMBER Thofe Peribns who choofe to take in this are deiired to order any of the Hawkers to ferve them with INS PI C TO 174 Jurgla ittfanaqueprotiruij abjint IT is now many Years that the Inrpectorj thbugh without that has been a fecret Advo For a Caufe to the indelible Infamy of tHe prefent it is a Subject of Contempt to fpeak openly in Favour of It is not neceflary to that the Name of this is A Man sf Gaiety and Pleafure finds Admittance where the moft eminent under a more ferious would plead for it in vain j and Sentiments that tend to the Honour of that Syftem inculcated by the when occafionally and unexpectedly thrown in among other and blended with the Matter of com mon will often be attended when much nobler and wifer Rfimonftrances frpm die Pulpit areadirefTed foEars locked up by or 16 Tniagi nations poflefled by Thoughts of a very different A Character fo contrary to their as the the I am forry to add an Epithet that too often accompanies and the the dull profeffed is avoided at and is too fre defpifed and hated by tHe Men of Pleafure Put when that are in ihemfelves their owri Atteftations j tHat are convincing and unanfwerable that only need to be to convince every body of their drop as it were accidentally from the Tongue of a of a Perfon whom they and whorn they efteefo one of they make their way to the Heart unlefs perverted by fome contrary they of taking fame and doing reiil Good to the Perfons who hear One fees a Man of Gaiety and Spirit ftart in the midftof a wild at fr6m one of the People with him in an that alt they are though full of and noify is not incohfiftentwith the Laws of God or Man and that there is a double Satif in Joys of this which at once are raptu rous and The Man of and every ene who would lay a Claim to the happy Tide of a real Man of Pleafure muft be wonders while he liftens to that he caft fo long havetlenied his Attention tofo interefting a as Religion He blufhes to find he been fo egregioufly miftaken in regard to a Subjeft offuch Importance when he has enjoyed the flattering Observation this Occa on a fucceedjng hear from the fame PeEfon that tends to cjieck intemperate prevent a On the between Amufements and Vices a mo dern Writer has been wife enough to laugh at the Infpedtor for making between Gaiety and Liber The Man who willindulge himfelf in every innocent the Compact guilty will Ib reverfej tjie without Sufpicjon or IfiguiF while Companions fee thing he joins ihem in is i attended with fuc ceeding every thing in which he aban dons with and he will naturally What Art is this you have of feparating all Uneafmefs from your and of indulging yourfdf in none that will be the Sources of future Difquiet How happy an Opportunity is this of fpeaking as a wife Man ought in favour of Religion It muft not be accufed of Vanity or if the Infpeetor upon this Occafion that the greater Part of his Life has been pafled in Company among People of and thofe fuch as did Honour to their rather than receivedrit from them Among thefe Religion is too rarely to be heard of The Clergy they principally acquainted with are their who too to both the Follies of the defcend from the Character they are inverted with and from thus debafed in Com plaifance to their own they take up their Opi nions of the worthieft Body of Men that perhaps any ever was poflefled Hence the I had almoft faid the of the Clergy among the and from that too naturally follows an In attention at leaft to the Doctrines they are commiffion ed to inculcate While the Defire of keeping on good Terms with his Patron prevents the dependant Clergyman from while the Courfe and Tenour of his Life would render him difregarded if he did the who is received on a Footing of Free deem and Equality who lives as thofe with whom he in molt and who profefles to intend Hiving no if he have the Intereft cf that great Concern at find a thoufand ways of pleading irrefiftibly in its I have fet out upon thefe Occailons with a profefled Refolution of engaging in or declining the Schemes of Pleafure of the as I fhould lee fit I have always declared the not being guided by Caprice or Whirri in but the having certain Set of efta blifhed Rules of Life by which I conrtantly Cu riofity led my Company to inquire into and I have delivered not in a Body at to be heard and but on the Occafions that cahVd them into Ufe on every Incident of acquiefcing or de claring lagainft the prefent Scene of Men of Men of as well as have con fefled they were rational and good ones what has been their Aftoniftiment after fuch a to hear thefe Rules of Life were the Dictates cf a the Name of which they had often the Chriftian Thus far I have never failed no Man of Under ftanding has ever queftioned a fingle Rule deduced from this this infallible From fuch a the Way to the engaging a Reverence for its Myfteriev one would fuppofe was eafy Thofe who would allow the Truth and Excellency of the could not but be ftrongly biafled in favour of the Divinity of their Reafon would have pleaded with and would have prevailed j but Ri dicule has unluckily for thofe who attended to mpft unluckily to him who ufed baffled all the Attempts on fo intereftjng a Subject One whofe Cha racter for whpfeRank among the Lite rati of the gave him a which riot an implicit Faith in public ought to have who was ufually of our and who had the Art of laughing too loud for Argu made himfeif the conftant Champion of Infi delity Every puny every diffolute Li whofe Life could only be juftified by difcoun tenancing joined in the and I had the Mortification to fee whofe Example might have reclaimed whofe if left to judge of what was laid before would have reclaimed bantered out of the moft important of all and robbed by falfe Wit of the utmoft Fruits of real It was in vain that I urged the Fallacy of every pre tended Argument in vain I on every Op to be only heard the Seat of Su had been the Source of all this Infidelity the Champion who had there imbibed a Contempt for the Fallacies of a Church full of here directed it againft one that has renounced them all aiid could the Impctuofity of his Raillery have given any Degree of fair Play to he would have found Cenfures were not directed againft the Doctrines I was nor his Objections made againft any thing which it would have been the Intereft of his Hearer to People who give into this wild Spirit of Librti are not aware of its Confequences They do not attend to the Prevalence of or reflect to how many Generations it is poffible the Prejudices im bibed from what they fay in rather than from any Senfe of the Conviction it may be They do not eonfider what mzy be the Confequences to from the Anger of who has declared from his own Mouth what fhall be the Fate of the Man zubo breaks the leaft of his Com andteacbes Men fo of him who will not fee the Foundation of the Whole attacked in without avenging it It has been difcovered bv an that a Perfon unknown to the Infpector has written Letters to fome of the greateft Men in the and figned them with that v This is a Species of Forgery which I am afraid the Law will not as it deferves but as tis impoffible to know how far this has or may tis necef fary for the Author of thefe Papers to inform the that he never nor ever fign any pri vate Letter The If all who have received Letters thus will fa vour me fo far as to fend them to the Printer of this it may be a Means of difcovering the who has written Whatever is made out by the Public IhaH be acquainted The Ye ft er day arrived a Mail from June Robert White is arrived from London as Brltim Conful to this and has deli vered fuch Prefers from his Sovereign to the Pacha zind Members of the as cannot fail to create a Regard for the Friendship of that magnificent Our among other have brought in a Venetian Ship of 20 Guns returning from where it had been to take in a Lading of A Maltefe Privateer lately landed a Number of Men at Soara on our to the great Terror of all the Neigh and carried off 27 were working at the 0 JV Q ff for at BROWNES near fold in PouTs ;