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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian tt; SATtTEDAY JANUARY 26. 10 NtONDAT 28. 1760. no. K m V G9J9 9f FAID, an oriental continued. ii. too be met wkh fuch receptiof _ with the inchantreft flew lo lisa embrace, and m polfeAofr duran: -7? J {worthy to Jive, or be numbered among r the followers of the So fay- ing, fte pulted from his grrdte a poignard, which his of rwcetndf admitted to ttatbotd of the Caabais ftouJd bring fortH fuch ter fcuit trf wtckedoefs and jywwd which the fcrrior fpate to penetrate to the heart of GflfUfrt V- in v-. a We ftench was 'hat ncapableaf conveying she leaft verbal nformatioo. hardly ajiy reftige of her nofe remaining: her teeth, ier palate, and her throat, were half con- umed with putrefying fores. What, he ;ould, not Jearn from tongue, he Dread and abhorrence winged his flight froan this, fcene. Smiting his breaA in i tranfport of confternation andremorfc, 4 O Allah (cried is the fruit jf that virtiibus education which I ted at Bir, under the wings of my in" Julgent parents? Are theft the of I jhe fage precepts inculcated on my ten- icr mind, hy the Abulfaid, Mrhofe wifdom difFufcd a grateful odour, Wretch- id Omrah 1 how have thy folly and difgraced thy family, and brought thee to ftiamfc and perdition f Thou hail Obeyed the impulfe of the itaoft brutal and Dangerous paflions i Thou hail rufhcd info the artns of vice, and held guilty Alliance with infamy ahddifeafcff fhdu wtftripped of all thy wealthy derived 1 inheritance and inJuftry: thy re cprrupted, and in thy ffcm are the feed? jpf putrefaction! miferabfe Omrah for thou art tin- j had robbed hU tt> He was clothed in a fimpie rarmeAt of tvnel'9 bttfcet brfandala of packthread; and in held J to the Cuftom of Moflem defotttrs. r I (oAened mto of ibrroorj awl ib wth the tears of cohtritioc. 0A -knees before the jietyjfc grafping his hand, fericd 1 ftrbmit to the rf your reafon. You have taroftt me to aoquiefce in the diTpetifationfSt den.ce j pity an young kr fei fr Of tly ttfMfc frantic didatw tjeipair; remembec thou oweft to fthyfcl4 thy reiigioni hfewhich thou art raiWy going to throw away is not at thydifpofal: it it a facred truft for art atoftmrable to the great giver. He ife ia Aat plated chej m th6 fublunaty ftate of probation, to fulfil the wife of providence j and malt revolt agairift decrees, and4 like a caward or a traitpr, abandon thy poft without pernuifionfWiit rufli into the presence ijf ihe Allah f Wilt thou prefume with tbe ppre fpirits of the My ftained as thou muft be with thti dreadful guilt of fuicide? thy country deipatidt that life which thou haft no right io take away. In thy- I (elf fern the land of the living, thou rob. mUfomuic, -ami commiffiod i of crime, of me wkh horw. your charity ,ftill fetter> aid with felutwy counfeJ, more than rf 3oid: We, he recoiuited the had befallen him. and described tftefnarw into which he had falkn. The dcrvife having liftenol to hb tale with the ike of Wm be good he had efctped. He obftrved, luWt vedky was the fltoft ufefiil of life he df morrftrated the and fugitfve natyri iafjwealtbt He re- JBdhim of Jlis and qua- and a variety the exertion of and proi his conflitutipn, by means -.1 rf the community of thpfe talents which were beftowed upon thee for the ufe and benefit of thy fellow-citizens; and thou entailei upon the family which gave thee being. Wifc thou then plunge into eternity, with fuch comply cated on thy head? AhJ no. Let ft hbf befaid, that the feed of a'be- lievihe Mufiohnan, trained up in the true fjith of fte ever -blefled pi the juice of a cenain herb whkh growf upon the mountains of; difcovered by the phyfciaa Of foe ruperftmon o rei s he ihvited JJim to his hermitage )h thti neighbourhood, whithet hrttas accom- panied by the grateful 0mra o tt of E CHARLES. Theitoam4 wetknefi of miad undw wiuch the Royal, ottr eidd! iNEWSPA'PERf SPAFEIir ;