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Edinburgh Chronicle, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1760, Edinburgh, Midlothian T H t ii JL A 1 V From SATURDAY MARCIJ i. to t. .1760. 121. i 4 _ if.. 9 oftk gf ABU LP AID; he Jaw how and O UR adventurer hid not time tp utace on this (taping outage fumroit, in ftcfc a dkeaion, if Che fenior had nojt committed this violence. Ie moftbftve ftruckhimiin Jiis fall, aod dafhed him in. pieces among the ipcks which they had ahead; afcfendtd. The part of the fwnmit on which the 'guide had laid. hold was a ioofe fragment, that from the rock, and patched upon the h.'nmof the elder guide. from whence it rebounded harmlefe, and fell at a confiderable diftafcce from the foot of the Ornrah, in the midft of his acknowledg- ments to (age preserver, could not help lamenting the lofs of other attendant, when the old naft bade him caft hisses beJcw, he hkfe limping the in ail very little damaged by his fall, though did not attempt POfh upon his with nmch eafe as if had been, a bora; and Gftrryipg him to ihf .tike length of at the brink of a rapid (Weam, which Omra> bc- held with a ttanffpkc of joy; iKts ,was- when he Heard .too bitter to rtgaU thy late j though, tljejMnay ffrvi sol So r. he, tclft _______ is jSlcded to take our brother u__ yoaf hands, wB2 be rhech QUfw111t and botft and ail Cnj-ittrans" wiHf Tofo J But hkflog confufted with tM W we peace and profit, and h convenient, fusing Oor rlid" brother" 15 very fubjcft to and ifl _ bring from you, th'lt his death be hailened by all mtani; which will be life to him, great .advantage ta aodio us high content. may It pleat year Greatnm, to do dl th% Iktour .to tafcc care that our brother Gem. may from the travel and trouble of tbil mMdt what manner you plrtfe, A> tttf "bii foul 'may, be transited into Wtter, may find This rtojieft of the precipka aboVe with artemioc, unbouad one eftrf of he the other 'faft aopqt his owtt, then fixing the hook of his trunk wild ajQi which grew from a'cWtist the rock, he drew hiinfetf and afterwarde, by rreanj of the dragged into the fame hollow, Thk operation -befog .repeated, tbxy both reached the fttmmitc in and oar tdveturenr looked baclcup- .00 tfre he eicaped with a mingled of joy and horror. Nor was the before han omckmorecemrortable. (onn4 himfelf obliged io pafs over a burning fond, .like that deiert of Batkbi a Wiodes. he MS hoafiobly der of .his brother, as a hum that wouiu put an end to aii hb troubles. t To Pspe Alexander Vf. Bajazec Cham, fan oftbtfouf tf Cairn f, Empertr end Lord of Afia, of Europe, and the To the Father and Lord of alt the Cbrijlians, Pope Alexander VJ fy the grate cf Cod, the trtojt wsrthy cbief priejl of the Roman ontti Cbwlci VU1 of frtftce In This monawrh had the cs Greece, thinking the of facilit..te that entefprife, he him of Pope Alexander, who dcHvered him up accordingly; but he died in a few days of poifcm, which is laid to have been atfminiftered to hjjoiy vriler of his Holmrls, in confequence of hit f ronitfc. to Bajtzcr had ipurchifcd his blooJ at the price ftipukfrd iri tfte lefrVr. i SPAPFRf ;