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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian LER, SAM SorTLT was bred a fitceeedtAg to a cen. ihe1 of .fcts elder -brother, d wjy ff lfc TWiw f I 7 e and btfcft, I COrt or v I I Jus minttielflttctnes gene- i ratty aatH T? I ..7 -r iif of feaioned gettrcgj. During j rnodcV parflcularly h'ptojfMliioftLm'a lhis tiie kMig.: i; i of it Ag and rt :he at cjh fidfc c chc wit deiaH refpeaiVe trade; and tfiat wereJ accideritaMy Here the featr, oft Sim's ctjfioo3 aifcoveries. For oM his cdmpaftion, afichjew -faad- money, aud that a- retired widow at another, by an eminent iarter. At the fame time, -he difcxifled enuwera'ted the expencea entf aifed to more riofefcr hcii the happy floor of the annnal ex- ion fcatoftheenaife'isfor- d'wfdt Ogilby's'1 folk and a of 'coldtdfcgttes. The nroft happen to our wr.o tnmks he throws a whip adrtiira- ell, is tp be overtaken in a road which 's no fOT wheels, livdeed few more, or difcernment for mngand conducing a -party of fieafttfe. he i.as a pe- ?t feJecling fonie mady bench park, wfecre1 the conipany ihay moft lOdioufly refreft themferVes cold e, chicken, and Frenth- rbH? and is fn difcovering what cool tem- fhe garden will be bert adapted for for this-parpofe in the from which chaife to etf M And here- J nof fb conilitution, as Efficient fh control the cetonoroy of ..reaii beyond the -peach of any Faihidh, under whbfe'gof" f, and which created the evil, I core it. With panned rherefore i wait, tiU this nofafcle ittiftrefi of the A in a to x: PAINTER. -SIR, to 'which__ JL ming, efpecially among the common fetely aroft, threatemne this town with numberlefs mifcShiefs of a worfe kind you are earneftly requeued therefore, the following out of the Henry hfthj into the fattrej of the incnafe of robbery a place in your paper they teay ferve ac this' time to awaken in the minds of yofcng perfons a pruper feme of the extreme folly and dan-' gerous confluences of gaming; and, at the fame time, remind as well thole who play, ak tHofe who fcffer play to be carried on la-tfeerf houfes, the many good and teadnhem a of employing fe to be resribntt} modeity enough tobe enough to be frightened, oat of a filk: a ftaaieful, and a fmful profligacy, 4tt4f- ea WKJ trnie, 6amf tfce deftruaion of the families or of their own. V we may, ;f rhink reafonably ciefire of great perfotfages that they would keep their Vice to' themfelves and uor fuffcr WHofe> birth or fortune gives them no to above the terror of -the drtJ of their to m men l advice, wh.ch Arcner inthe wes to the officers in the army ick out all but ...4 wm invir-uwn.-" What tcmptancm can .iafhioe iNEWSPAFERr ;