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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian .Vor., IK WEDNESDAY IT is certain, that true charity is onq of the mbrt amiable of vittijei, when adninillered under the djatfionsof pru- ai if ttotghr the generofity of onf the its fear and romhy., cheat, defraud, and fts trtderiefs by ftife pretences wicked artifices, as if- thpy conceived they n A ,'L. -1 i l ft T In ?be l Jiilrefs, and 4 aw I fcart; a Weajc jijead, may be- injurjops to fociety, I into by; propofkls, to collect money for the relief of fresch pri- vhich. coft ehrm Whea our prirotiers have begged for cobmoh gifts 'oi nature, they have been amfivered with a rafter to make more room, lefs Thdir Impudence and infoleBte'proceeded W far, when marfchittg through the king- dom; asf to rob 'and plunder tcottagelr atttf all along the road; to the fcanda4bf the to threaten of the towns through'' they pafled, that they fhould fiad'an tunity Chriftmas-day pull their Churches and plunder thrif hbufes. Thefe are the enemrer for inborn mpft falte and pathedc reprefefntations their dirtref- cobite, who his-hid the impatfcnce ip ai potbriput a their Ja. folence. T Unlefs we are mifinformed, the Fltweh here hive 6 fl. allowed thcci tnonateh.' large, farn of both 'which ai- loivances d. i-dgy, and 41. all things, who are political tic know, that there fc? ids of whoin have fW i a iling or e'lghte pence though they from morhing till nigfct ptifoners do nothing, do not want To much, nor Jo funobrt- for whom collections have been made to enable them to live in or, what is worfe, to carry our property into their own couptry. But is riot oar djnty to remipmbeY'jBfip's faVm er and the frozen fnake is it not then egregious folly to cherim and piihper fOch vtpers in our own bofoms T: -Surely, before we entered upon thb kind, we'ought to have wie- ther none of our brave wKb lan- guilh abroad in the prifons of baibi- nans, cannot plead a better title to our Bounty and humanity, relieW ifuch wretches, and at the "toe tittle boujtboid of our own brave idklim' and f-rilors our on the frontiers of New England, our braie allies in the ravaged toarcbes 6? Branden- burg. allr of the fame of the fame religion, 1 dare to pronounce "mi tvtrft thm -JnfiUi. Truly, am when thfe Our chanty comes to be ex- amined, it will prove to be a charity rtitfotrt knwfejge, and fifter Jto bKnd steklj or the floveiily efFeOs' of fenfclefr hamanity, private Views, Pr riditulous fa- Agam, amongfl our poor, there are opt fewer than loo.poo (tjpcrapnpated old.mcSi and women onthe Junto, who Afer a fif? pf kotfiB iA be "aufuTe form a; judgment whether thtfe' futrtiifds are fotrtlded, it will lo into tfce neceffities cf: there -prerejsrfe-d objear Of coV cerninjl feen fo much cant, and in public print 5 pmicular notorious and our to bef home? niong theuT'Oi. trymen, than enemies, whw the care of a can'. not poffibly want any thing eJtjier for back ance in riot and debauchery? Bpt ffprn information J have received, I v? !f means to iave, making purfes out of rbiSr .ojf the kingdom, w part which; itvmui b? aljowti eafily prevented, if concerted. every Wife man will Corifider ance they exhibit of nafcediiefr to be like who create artifitial forea to t __ f make the the dopes fraud. O -e rabble, they pav ,4nd remiwances Trom, abroad. If of the Tpwi, jthey have rfow three times as moch to pa aV a S their own T f a7 S their own fe, In of thl? aprtTi6rif I that grave and judicious writer the MfStW. who waV a wrote in i arid all in his' political above a mflitpn of fa- mvJes in France, whole whole income' dots noi amount 10 above the value of uyo pounds aird fix- ounces of oread a-day. "To ibe lEWSFAPESr iEW'SPAFERt
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