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Universal Chronicle And Westminster Journal (Newspaper) - March 15, 1760, London, Middlesex AN D 103* To be Published every SAT R Price From March 15, to Marsh 22, 1760. * The I the Son of had palled years in Honour and 0 the Favour of three Califs 3had filled his Houfe with Gold and and whenever he the of the People proclaimed his is of The bright is wafting its the fragrant Flower is away in its own The Vigour of Omar to the Curls of Bounty fell from his and Strength departed from his Hands and Agility from his He gave back to the Calif the Keys of and the Seals of and fought no other for the Remains of Life than the the and the Gratitude of the The Powers of his Mind were yet His Chamber was filled by eager to catch the Dictates of and officious to pay the Tribute of the Son of Viceroy of entered every Day and retired He was beautiful and Omar admired his and loved his Tell faid to Voice Nations have and whole is known to the Extremities of tell me how I may Omar the The Arts by which you have gained Power and are to you no longer or impart to me the Secret of your and teach me the Plan upon which your has built your Young faid it is of little ufe to form Plans of When I took my fifft Survey of in my twentieth the various Conditions of I faid thus to in the Hour of leaning a which its Branches over my Head Seventy Years are allowed to Man I have yet fifty Ten Years 1 will allot to the Attainment of and will pals in I be therefore be City at my and student will foliate my Twenty Years thus parted will my with which be Vol. through of my Life in combining and I revel in Accumulations of intellectual I find new for every and never weary of I not deviate too far from the beaten Track of but will try what can be found in female I will marry a Wife beautiful as the and wife as with her I will live twenty Years Suburbs of in every that Wealth can and Fancy can I will then retire to a rural my laft Days in and and lie down on the Bed of Through ray Life it be my fettled I will never depend upon the Smile of Princes I will never to the Artifices of I will never pant for publick nor my Quiet with Affairs of Such was my Scheme of which I indelibly upon my The of my Time was to be in Search of and I know not how I diverted from my I had no Impediments nor any ungovernable I regarded Knowledge as the Honour and the moil engaging yet Day upon and Month glided after till 1 found that Years of the ten had and left nothing behind now my of for why I go abroad while fo much remained to be learned at home I immured for four and the Laws of the The Fame of my Skill reached the 1 was found able to upon doubtful and was commanded to at the of the Calif. I was heard with I was with and the Love of on my I to fee listened to the Relations of and fome Time to afk my that I might Soul with but my was always and the Stream of hurried me Sometimes I was afraid left I mould be of and left I mould be charged with Ingratitude but I to and therefore not confine by In my fiftieth Year I began to think that the Time of Travelling was and thought it belt to bn the yet in iny and indulge in But at Fifty no Man finds a Woman beautiful as the and wife as I enquired and and till the me of gazing upon L had now nothing left but and for Retirement I never found a till forced me from publick Such was my and fuch has been its With an Thirft for Knowledge I trifled away the Years with Defire of feeing different I have always in the fame with the Expectation of connubial always lived and with of contemplative I am going to dye within the Walls of the 948. WESTMINSTER By Touch of Spring To the A U T H O fcfc THAT a Militia is the natural Defence tsf a Country js a I believe never yet was But this general admits of Exceptions as the perpetual Application of a Remedy to a for it is looked upon to be a An equal Attention mull be paid to State of Body politic in one as to of natural in and in this as I Difference a. regular andi the Heart of a whole is found there is to of at this towards their a national well armed and moderately is an infallible the public Safety foreign the late by the Rumours of a upon this and the that was made by be the Height of Malevolence to deny that our Militia what the of the Army goodFace there the Grounds to doubt 1 would not have afted up with Spirit to theit
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