London Parker London News, December 7, 1724

London Parker London News

December 07, 1724

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Issue date: Thursday, December 7, 1724

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Previous edition: Monday, December 4, 1724

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Years available: 1724 - 1900

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Parker's London News (Newspaper) - December 7, 1824, London, Middlesex t� 3 JLiJ .a ~4i LONDON N E WS, 1 -4 I T HI ('ii. Remarkable Ofcurrcnees, Foreign tad comeftiek. Menday December 7. 1754 Arabian Entertainments ?*ntimta\ V*o*. UT cannot be guilty of fuch a piece of Jnci-\riliry% td difc-blige a Gueft of lb much Me* rit in fuch a trifling Matter. But afloon as he had drank off his Liquor, fcewrsfeifced with as deep a Sleep 83 before, and the Caliph order'd the* fame Slave w tafc? him and carry him to the Pa-lace3 and in the mtan Time (but the Door after him, as he had premifed, and follow'd them. When they arriv'd at the Pahce,, trie Caliph ordeiM Ab**H*pKio be laid on a Sofa, in the fourth Halt, rrom whence he was Carried Ho vie*, but fir ft, he bid them put bim on tbe fame Habit which he acted the Caliph in. After that, be charged all the Eunuchs, Officers, Ladies, and MuGcians, who were in the Hall when he drank the Jaft Glafs of Wine, to be rhere by Day-break, and to uke Care to act their Parts well, and then went to Bed, charging Mejrowr ts awake him before they went into the Mali, that he migic hide hirafelF in the Clofet as before. Adtfwir waken'd tbe Caliph %t the Hour appointed, who immedirtely rofeand went to the fall where L{f<*jfcp Jayi raft afl^o^ wfce.q. he h$J jpjac^^im-felf inf fits'ploU'h Afcfrour and the otbtr Ladijs^and Muiicianswbo,waited for hirri, went in, and plac'd themselves bout the Sofa, fo that the Caliph might (e% What parTedd rhings' being rhus difjpofed, and the Caliph Powder having had its Ae^^be* ftjjf** begin to Air* and the Mufick to play a very agreeable Concerr. Ahsn fjgf-fan was in a great furprize to bear chat chir-ming Harmony, buc when he opeo'd his � Eyes, and faw cbe Ladies and Officers a-bout hitn, and which he thought he knew again, his Amazement was as great sgiin. The Hall that he wn in feem'd to be the fame hedredta'd of, and he obferv'd the fame Furniturcand Orm'nenrs. When the Concert Was ended, he bit bis Fingers, and cry'd, Alas I am fallen again into the fame Dream and Illusion that happened to me a Month ago.and mull expect again the Bui's PizZleaod Mad-Houfe. Almighty God, adced he, I commit my felf into the Hands of thy divine Providenee. He was a wicked Man that I esirertain'd laft Night, who hat been cbe Caufe of this lilufion, and rhe miserable H|rd/hfps I muft undergo. The r" : ' bafe ;