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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian aiteri tkrri Itftwaswttte Mr Htr4- ny oilier md on cbftt acceptable to rib public. -The wri of ijrett letrniite 4. c votion, hkJi eojfcfed fbem to1 tcr death fcdl, and bt Art com. mind df crenr dn-Jtick ted or CWftuHi bf ighttft or relijh, I _ week 1 wai ftpt for fc> vJ- 'to iny i, moil M> 'Horn the gre ed lately ij are I. or." only Ibuttdinon %ei i f ft i' _ 1 lW I am i E9 g rr I Ap MM fa utyai. f rf' I H I _ al> roro tie late j cptitatning melancholy I accoiftit the death of my rrceiredU hope thpy tlied .in the id flecp iq -tlve 'bofoni of JieYtts aiod v tHieoi they, jure ihe Ibappy and ihci jefts of They reft and haWcafl or in this harbour whereas are? acingon in thft il we confider things world wr grave; do we ijea% live, till rlt the fielfc'ly prifon, and get beyond the ible ikiej.- In -the is It is called Uiadow at -death And wfiat eife is tnis etched world What bot gloo ntfs a valley of 'the thickeft; elarkftfefe ere poor mortals grope in fpiruual ''igioJ ifet and wander op and dowa not feeing 'things that belong to their peace, b the grave, and aniong we k for and apparitions: And at tlfedo we meet with nere beJovV boufacd ferts of happinefs preJent ihern- 'ei taour but ace unfubftinttal i phantatf ical aU. They are 4 gay de-, expeditions, as one noie Vawftjiog forms would baulk our we tnay well attbo it and fro a Ihock it jr a lady, U ire: dreadruJ 4 kriow wMivhat heiftcah be hard to 4uar of concern. What amazipe t O prevent wrfl tend It touft.be greater the WX. ife T the k it. for NK grave the land where a! I things are the ideas of friendship are db- aied.and the deareft rtfat ves are -d no more. And is not this too mie of preff nt Itate Do we unaccountably Chrilt, our almighty friend, glory, oar invaluable heri- fcatttobe thankful, whoia Ood has worldly fchfmu of happincis, ikcfd their -hearts on bafis wfenJh can ink mitf fea? I htve been much, comforted, wiia re- to.the mifeiies of otfterv by Jcrip- tht judgmfan abroad in to guard againft thin in can, ujay it not to jay feme eait.of the doty upon the mailer? If (hf y a much larger funj at fri 0 If foch a blefied ead is propo- fod by thefefevere afts 6f jufticc, have we jw midft of terror to ad- mire and adore The whole cnivo-fe appears to me in the hand of God; as a grain of daft In die balaace; and I, a creataie moreinfigoiBcant. morewort'lefs and-fin'ful thattcawbe conceived, the ref) iethis almighty hand, and hesnt is by nature pamfally tender and yet in the midll of featiag, either by nyfett or tne infpecliofl of r ft f cJurge the flock as brought JD, and, .if the leafttncreafe appeared.mwe than b by permit from the to or iniprifoned, as might be deemed the crime ran4 fell fin quantity, notlefs than tvvo gallons, to the fame charge upon and be vifited by the ottcer. to the fame penalruij bat to be towed a fecond topafs to the n to vend it without farther charge, aad liable, as above, upon being found a the a J'Jg; cuftom, which the deiTfr a fae and great gams by faulting; tws makes rJiem always exclaim )y againit excjfe-itws, and ciy out, iNEWSPA'FERr iNEWSPA'FERr ;