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The Whimsical Philosopher, DISSERT. III. [32.]

The Whimsical Philosopher, DISSERT. III. [32.]

The general obfervations uponpublick y 5 ty in Diifert. 1. [xi. 211.] applied \ own coriftitution. apply what I have faid own conftitution of which is free government, becau' ablolute power ot the fociety is • |i : King and parliament, one houfe ot vV ' conlilts of rtprefentativ
February 2, 1750 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Experimentes concerning the terpedo.

Experimentes concerning the terpedo.

le s T u D E T. Tower hill, Feb, 6. SO. e arrived Surinam, Mai or b y his Excellency Mr Barbadoes ; his Lafift j at l ' iat t,me labouring un?h Ce ° r' w hich required my afr - ' l)r geon in concert w'th o- 31 CO,on y- While I was there, ' an • Came one evening to Pa- ' s ' ie c
February 2, 1750 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
A LOVE-LETTER- To Written by the late Lord Hervey- WHat (hall I fay to fix thy wav'ring 'l To chafe

A LOVE-LETTER- To Written by the late Lord Hervey- WHat (hall I fay to fix thy wav'ring 'l To chafe

thy doubts, and force thee kind What weight argument can turn the f ca If interceffion from a lover fail By what (hall I conjure thee to obey } This tender fummons, nor prolong thy ' unabated in thy conftant bread, That paffion burns which once thy vows 1 if abfence has not chil
February 2, 1750 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
But when they've form'd the genial neft, Each of his pretty mate pofleft, Their joys then know no bound: Mufic

But when they've form'd the genial neft, Each of his pretty mate pofleft, Their joys then know no bound: Mufic

expands their little throats, And, with the fhrill ecftatic notes, Hills, woods, and Ikies refound. The vanity of WEALTH. An ode. To a friend. NO more thus brooding ofer yon heap, With av'rice painful vigils keep. Still unenjoy'd the prefent ftore, Still endlefs. fighs are breat
February 2, 1750 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
And guide the bent of all my future a<fti ollS ' Be fix'd, my foul! let Virtue be thy Nor

And guide the bent of all my future a<fti ollS ' Be fix'd, my foul! let Virtue be thy Nor

venture more within the wilds of fo'v' Catch, like a miter, every hour to come* Nor let a moment without int'reft pais. .fr But, hark ! what difmal knell aflails And is it thine, Alonzo !—Sudden indeed • The riling fun beheld thee young and Ev'n in the bloom of vigour; with his
February 2, 1750 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
ftakes P louder yet. BUll ty (hore: now nca r pit, ' e afon J no more. ind'ign^J leavc its

ftakes P louder yet. BUll ty (hore: now nca r pit, ' e afon J no more. ind'ign^J leavc its

bafc y&an, ? atloll mov'd, .j> e l d> thanklcfs race, K ProV,d--pS^sS ,al4 Jr itons C foot, y ° Ur OWn fakCS ' ; lo /! . the l I 0 N-. A i-ioQ Fontaine. '' > length of years, V : * rec . j doubts and fears; Jtfis jjg- l!> gloomy age. t>is Hova? 01 thou flts t0 found, J round. '
February 2, 1750 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
32ost.

32ost.

The following lettei has been receiver! from the B/uke of Portland by the Lord Mayor : My Loid, fVhitebalf, Sept. 4. 1 7 9 8 \ ?? I have the honour to acquaint your Lordfbip, that the meflenger who is returned from Ireland ibis ir_r_iri_, hi ings letters from the Lord Lieute- na
September 8, 1798 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
IPSWICH : Printed by S. JACKSON, St. Mary Elms, to whom Advertifements and Articles of Intelligence (poll: paid) are requcfted

IPSWICH : Printed by S. JACKSON, St. Mary Elms, to whom Advertifements and Articles of Intelligence (poll: paid) are requcfted

to be dirc&ed. A DVERTISFMFNTS are alfo iaken' _n by Mr. XV. Taylor, No. 5, Warwick-ccuit, Newgate-Greet, London; Mr. Keymer, Colchefler; Mr. Naflh, Chelmsford ; Mr. Downes, Yarmouth ; Mr. Dann, Loweftoft ; Mr- Booth, Norwich ; Mr. Holmcs,Dif_t Mr Pay >cvraikct ; ?? _ . fl all,
September 8, 1798 - Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
FASHIONABLE DRESSES.

FASHIONABLE DRESSES.

A petticoat with tiie jackett t the fame colour, fattened with (traps, nnd deep y flounced at the bottom, is nucv the fafluon- al'lt diel's: the jacket made high in the neck, tht fame as the greatcoats; the lleitvi-s, ihrnl down, but not Ib full as the Bijhops. Stomacliets and a
May 15, 1788 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
LONDON, Tuiibav, June 11.

LONDON, Tuiibav, June 11.

i he late Lord Halifax's blue ribbon is given to hii Royal Highnefj the Biihop of Ofnaburgh. Prince Henry ii to have the Biihop's red ribbon. The candidates for the vacant fee of" Durham are the Biihops of London, Hereford, and Litchfield. Lord Bute fupporti the Bilhop of London
June 13, 1771 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England