Edinburgh Chronicle, February 23, 1760

Edinburgh Chronicle

February 23, 1760

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Issue date: Saturday, February 23, 1760

Pages available: 25

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Publication name: Edinburgh Chronicle

Location: Edinburgh, Midlothian

Pages available: 1,267

Years available: 1759 - 1760

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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian T M E U'RGH >.Vr rr A to v Whteh 'prtfcnt ranks, of'abdttthing the practice r, is highly totniriendable gewtlemetf ifrt ftarted it. That it pro- le fnirpofe, bat rather en-' re and diffohr.en'efs in our3 true. Oti oc-' rwife been jodicioufty ob-. ftrays that generous hofpi- urforefathfcr? remark- there is yet another' hi calk fbtrVffrirtadonr f and he credit "of with abute, nrinoed front Whitfunday a! cuftomiof 'eVing nnsy near gbr.femcns boo- r, fbr tBe ferteftaiiinfenVof horics of ttiefr friendly vi- ten happtftvj. (hat thofegtr igant, yifc'the furnifhmgs r at h-aft very m- require rhe ft lit uodTfinf it H an uivfociibie, thdJepoor fetiowiuSpald jk tajf a teite, of ftrtt.tr, try-gcntfeniin ha? r farm in tey' rt be cafily laiid at the fame e of fW reft, it to the fathtfaaion every be- ijoyj fn of humanity, i gtfefts attendants ;are led in the fervams 'hall, in civility and'jolitenefs with ers are treated witfiin doors. the expener is, regarded, amply up, by abating able luxury; and particular-' the ungented, yet too fre- if preffing people to drink contrary to all rules of de- rnannery, and evidently to conftitutions ;js practice is pot totally 3- probably happen, that thofe (haH be repotfcd churfifh, Kterly incapable of the plea- .tions. whijch arife from the irfes of and hofpi- igh the cuftom of giving ill be abolifhed, as toothers, be to inform foch ani e-ever they vifit gentlemen, Jrvams and it is fti j tall as raucn money i M i 'lviL r- i rrnrw i to grooms and thei? biils .3" t "i .i Ti THE rcgaijil have for the fair fex, aij inclmarien to promote, tiieir fare, induces by, .the channel of yoito> {bore j[ have iauly madt on the, behaviour, of tfoa ladies j my intentioa is really I will: 5 few days ago chance directed an afil-qpblyin a gay part of this metropolis; and, by ef company, I made one jivthe.'dance. .The party was very large; and though tbf re weft fame were acquainted with each other. Whether the fpirKb were elevated by die pleaiure.that iecjBfd feared qr fron% other caufc, I citttrtof tell; uiany of ihii impcrctfptibly deJjcacy mpdeUy, tkat the beirg atone with a.fin- aod fcarcely jnliiry. and thofe at thU meeting, and ptrticoiarly. who not fpedatotis of part of tbrevpnifg (fome of whom I went home iufpictons hot to the honour of fonte of the company; I cIMifidivhclp tfeat there were two or three ladies ijp particttjat, who, by a ailiar lenity behaviour evdiieg, fco say the impertinent tongUce the men; and what is worft, tile gander out ones of many, of the women then preignt? when over a or tta-uble. The gaining admirers if, i the principal QCinod frequemtrrof thde places, CQuqucft of man who is pfcafed fucli ridtfittioui js aconqueti dangerous and1 contemptible; ;and though a thy jteft (hould for trace be pleated with lewty and he. will always conGder partner and the partner for in -a light; and if a woman has a progreA in iwia'a JiearU flae may lofe more byooe hoorr's'idle behaviour, Iban many months regain. I hope Indies will excufe my thus dilating: to them t and impUtt it to proceed from giveo. Your corriiant L. W r i i To itt PRINTER. s i R. HE a 'thpr of the plain account of would confine our Savpour's Ji u enraod fame tMng .tingle' aH of GooV 'Wifcbout indudrngv any reference to, a bleifing on the fcfea! and1 The ata iigainft have endoarouttfd to fhtw imply- bitftng or life MI mentiif brtJid and swdiiv doing underftood wwdfc tlMir tt Jtua-IrBDuIIIB MIIIMk by inftrtisg tke'. fag the and I the untafrfcd; Oike It 4bi But M wonU-m the not Anted to eiAe? fenii, id tnwfimoff, I MUnk rhey ought to 4M The left in'tKcir ctafeo'wfcynnejr fllooM 'be taken Id tir this meaning fcngtrNie weight ta a 9 and view 6f all things in all look to Odd M 1W give and gMdheft in ap- Iw stiiBon, arid r or J J hi j merit bdievets j therefore HionkaniMi ifidc t btggqd 9 on the bread and wine, that they flfeMft irtit kane whirt: had pafted the Father awd bfft might mfeafls of gwoe featie every balierer fulfil bis public. INTER, ,tae leaft a at hand, any mres we fnuft expett every Duteh maU account of the termr this- or that, or t'other potentate, and every week produce One, yoo ihall hear that the King of up with the Iimpre7s-Quten, that tbep will join their fOrCfj, Id Order 19 drive eutirely 4m of ibe empire but v ;

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