Edinburgh Chronicle, January 2, 1760

Edinburgh Chronicle

January 02, 1760

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Issue date: Wednesday, January 2, 1760

Pages available: 16

Previous edition: Monday, December 31, 1759

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Location: Edinburgh, Midlothian

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Years available: 1759 - 1760

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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian r H u E Vot, It JANUARY 2. tc? -SATURDAY I} L age were congregated into the Royal ___ fiwden DTogiefr of arts; fcouldtorn in .-a peYpetaaiinofwn, be (tared when and commerce extended by {hips which coiild reach their ports in defiance of the Bat is naturally flow. The' focitty mpt and parted without any vifible of mirtxies of life, fhe gpot Mod" llbno were 'ftjlj the ground (hat J jjot ploojjbed" brought -DO: and Tocher would grow up- on the hawthorn At wtt. thofewhowtre dilappointed began to be angrys and tKofe JBBovationi were glad to gajn an tyuty of tidicolrag tnen who had de- perhaps with too much arrogance, 'tedgc.of'ahriquity: And irapp ars their earlicit apologies, that 1r coatcmpt upon his own unimportance, and winder for oorpofe he cjsnie into the that he ibajl leave be- world; he no evince of Ijis, hiving, been, A Jf-1- _ t -s p.theij youth TKpgtr, f any fctiort tarSif- As thus ope cofciir does of his own tW very iiniir u coniew waat they fejt with great tenfifailify the onWelcoroe wew .iaihfAi In wifUom Co than nothing Js from a wfr w tudes hJMeif I will 4. flwll know up bound waters J the 00: whiii fame had to proimfe the qneftion cborfd only be adfwered ajad by new hopes, when they were fruftfated, a ontr occafion to the iame vexatioos CQ improve :4 his fatal qaeftion feis :diftorbed quiet ;of aiariy other ininds. He that in the latter ;piirt ofhis lile too inquires what he done, can very feldam receive frbrt it heart fach an account as willfiive him do hot indeed fo often disappoint others as ourfelves. We not only think! lyghiy than of oar own abilities, .bat ailow ourielvcs to tbrm hopes which we; and our its with employments which none'ever! and with elevations to which we are never to rife; and as are bertowed hiiSj ho realbn to though his are fma i I, and hii opportOJiities .few. Hef that hai itnproved the virtue or advanced} the of Orjerfel Jhatl has alcertained a finglc moral propoii added 'one experiment tb knowledge, nwy be contented v witli his) own and, with refpett mortals Jike may demanii, like Au4 guitus, to be di at bis departure with T r.f. NWi- living Caters wide thtfr our dayj and yearehavepafled away income mon bufinefs or common amufements, andi We find at iaft that we have iuffered oar pur.j .poles deep (ill the time of action is paitj reproached .only by our own re-' neither oar friends nor our ene-- wonder than live and die like thei that we live die, without frernorial; they koow aoti had propofed, therefore cannqt difcwn whether h it finifhcd. compares what he has done with left-jmdoae, wifl feet the etecV -ch tnqft ajwajrs follow the comparifori of with reajity he wiil look with SAVIOUR. EREJiajpeWi jdwor fclf th'inteiHn'e ftrifc Or hevin m ick W Or heaving matter qui Ere the alihiht iioke the into life, Ere the ijioke the' v Ertflun the day, or fttoph dcclar'd the night; This Arr atriicious This Arjr, atripicious was long decreed Between the .Father and i W obedient Son thcr willing receives, (2 And die lov'd bolbm of his Falfer leaves Burttanrafid man uhgratcful race foif m anointed'hcad allows plsjce (3) human e lies ihc old nerolJMiftjrc raifc her grirtul oice, Hath thw day Sing, oh ye feay'iisf thoii eirth in concert joto Ye bending forefts the Divinje (i TO) Sportive as Iwnbs, ye mountains, (kip and ofey Yc fountains your (trcami his Though long in The difowos To let this fitm fortfliovvn, (4) that worlJ his own. npous (cent appeal's wfitfj yet detr iWSFAPERl ;

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