London Parker London News, March 19, 1725

London Parker London News

March 19, 1725

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Issue date: Monday, March 19, 1725

Pages available: 6

Previous edition: Saturday, March 17, 1725

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1724 - 1900

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Parker's London News (Newspaper) - March 19, 1825, London, Middlesex C i 3 ami: 989 LONDON NEWS, I TRI Gootaioinf the molt Remarkable Occurrences, Foreign tad Doaaeftick. Friday, March 19. 175*5. Aralman Fights Entertainments tentirmtd% Vol. IX.- No. J40 Could not believe that the Dervife was capable of telling me a Fal-firy, therefore I fell upon his Ntck, and faid Good Dervife, I know you value not the Riches of this World, therefore what Service can rhe Knowledge of tb� Treafurs be to y - You are alone, and caonof:'carry much of ir away with you*, (hew me where it is, 1*11 lo*d all my Ca mels, and as ->n Acknowledgment of the Favour docte me, will prefcnt you wuh one of f hem* IfltWd I ofTer'd a very fmatl Muter, but after br r.r>d communicated il"at Secret to me my Oefire of Riches was fo vioknr, that 1 thoaghr jr 3 gre r deal, and lock'd upon the fevtncy nine Cimel Loads which 1 refer ved for my fcif, as nothing, in coonpa-ni�>�i of wbar 1 The Oerviit- ailow'd him. rHo* he my Avarice, was nor however cMij*y ar 'he unreafbpablc Proper 1 had rmdcbim hur repl-'d, v-ich-o*t the lea-ft Cyct'ern, vr-u nr.- ft niibL, BrO- tinable to the Kindnefc you ask of me* I may chufe whether or 110 I will communicate my Seccet to you, and keep the Treafure to my felf: But what 1 have told you, is fuf-6cient to let you know my good Intention9,' and it is ftilj in my Power ro oblige you, acd make you remember me, by making both our Fortunes. But then 1 have anotherPro pofirion more juft and equitable to make to you, it lies in your own Breaft, whether or no you will agree to ir. You fay, continued the Dervife, that you have fourfecrfe Camels: I am ready to carry you to the Place where the Treafure lie?, and w| will load them with as much Jewels and Gold as they can well carry, on Condition that when1 they are To loaded, you will let me hsve one half, and you t ke the o-therj' after which, we wiil feparare, and both go which Way we think fit. You fee there's nought but Reafon and Juftice in this Bargain, for if you give me forty Camels, you will get by my Means, wherewithal to purchafe thoufands more. 1 could pot difown but there was a great deal of Juftice in what the Dervife faid ; but uirhout cor.fidering what Riches I llnuld g-iia tn accepting of the Condi-tic of LLjtr whir ?oj ..if. 13 it p opur- ;