London Parker London News, June 3, 1724

London Parker London News

June 03, 1724

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Issue date: Saturday, June 3, 1724

Pages available: 6

Previous edition: Thursday, June 1, 1724

Next edition: Monday, June 5, 1724

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1724 - 1900

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Parker's London News (Newspaper) - June 3, 1824, London, Middlesex E CO Bumb, 86 LONDON WS, or r HI impartial ^nttlltgcnrer, Containing the raoft Remarkable Occurrences, Foreign add Domeftick. Weofday June 3d. 1724. jtrttfrinn lights fymataiumznts ccntimcd* Vol. VII- -!-No. 218. '^'niO 11 are the Ma-i| fler, Sir^epry'd r>e, and i but the Steward : Howtry you would do will to fhinjc upoa thePfovcrb, He th*r fpendsmuch and has btw lir-rle, muff, at lad infcftfibly l>$r redue'd to Poverty. Yoo arc not contented with keeping an extravagant Table, but you tnuft lavtfli away your Eftate wl�h both Hands , and wefjr your G>r?e*ras large as Mountain?, they would not be fuffiticnt to maintain you. Be gone, rtp/y'd .ftfrw-reddin, your grave Lettori* are ncedicts; only rake Gare to provide good Eating and Drfnking, �*>d trouble your Bead no further about the reflv In the mean time, Noureddin's Friends were conftaot GuefUat his Table, and never failed making fome Advantage of the Eafinefs of bk Temper- Thty praifed and flajter'd him, extolling his mod indifferent A&ions to the very Skies: But, above all, they took particular Care to commend whatever belonged to him aid his ; and this they rognd taroM to fome Account. Sir, fayfcow* cf^bem, I came iht other Day by your Eftate which litiio fuch t Place. Certainly thtr�/> nothing fo magnificenf, or (o harjdfcanryJlurmhYd, ai your Houfe; .and theGirden belonging to i, is  ParadifourxmJgaua; J am very gha it pleafc* you, fays Nourcddia: fiere bring me Pen, Ink and Paper { Bur, without more Wotds, \i$ at your Service, .and 1 make you a Pre&nt of v. Mo fcner bad others commended hit Hoafe, 6atflt and fotne PubUck Buildings creeled for the ufe of Stranger*, die Yearly Revenue of which was very confiderabiff but he immediately gave them away. The Ftur Fff-Jian could not forbear to let him know bow much Injury he did btm&lf. Burrinflta4 of taking any Notice of it, be comtetftt his Extravagancies aad upon the fit porruoity, fquander'd the little lefu a .. s . In flwrt, Noureddrt did nothing for � whole Year together, bat feaft, ajft&faalfd himfelf merry, wafting and conAiflfipg after a prodigal manner, the RkheMba^if* Pre* decenVs, aad the Vizier bit F*tkert bt4 with fo much Pair*andCirebrtp'd t�gt-tber, and prefcrv'd. Th. ^1 ;

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