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686 Poetical Essays in APPENDIX, 1769,
XVII.

II.
Yét reít, my soul, fubmisively, O reft, He frove to fteal bis charmer's-cus,

Nor think that virtue has been treated hard; But turping quickly round;
This world was soade to prove it in the breast, Juft as he fnatch'd the plunder the
And not alone intended to reward.

He dropt is on the ground,
XVIII.

III.
The great fort cause, all-gracious, has de- The fair beheld him at a faad,
lign'd,

And smiling saw it broke;
His endless transports for a world of bliss, Then gently taking up his band,
To crown a moral reciirude of mind,

She press'd it as she spoke.
And biels obedient righteousness in this.

IV.
XIX.

« Observe th' uncertain fate, my dear, Whatever ills in this uncertain ftate,

Attending human life; Lamewing man may frequently have Nor blush, my only love, to bear known;

A moral from a wife.
Spring from no wish or negligence of fate,

V.
But some unhappy error of his own. Our hope is but a china-cup,
XX.

That gaily strikes the view;.
Then, all resign'd, O let him pour his heart ! And tho’it swells the bolom up,
And kiss the Mharp, but salutary rod!

ļs full as brittle roo. Nor, tho' condemn'd in bitterness to smart,

VI.
Presume to throw the blame upon bis God. But now it wou'd be something hard,
FANNY GORE,

So Soft a hope shou'd miss;

Then leize, my life, your own rtward,
A NEW SONG.
1.

I won't deny a kils,”
100
Aed the urchin's dart,

To a Gentleman in Love witb : Lady L But now I always bless the hour

Cbarakter.

1.
In which I lost my heart :

N Delia's cheek tho' every grace
A thousand sweet sensations rise,
I never felt before,

Appears to free from art,
Whene'er I meet the charming eyes

Yet who can love the faultless face,

That knows the faithless heart?
Of lovely Fanny Gore.
II.

II.

Can the profess to any youth
Q how can language think to trace
What sense can scarcely bear,

A just and honest flame?
Or paint the beauties of a face,

Or have the smallest tense of truth,

Who lost the sense of thame ? So exquihtely fair!

III.
Description throws the pencil by,

No, Freeman, no; and much Ifear
And gives the ftudy o'er;
Nor dares presume to look so high,

The nymph was never known,

Who held a husband's honour dear,
As lovely Fanny Gore,

And sacrific'd her own,
III.
The magic sweetness of her tongue

IV.

Alas! fond man, no facred rice The circling spheres might call,

Polluted breasts can bind; And headlong streams, as Pope has fung,

Nor Hymen burn his torcbes bright
Hang lilt'ng in their fall.

Within the guilty mind.
With rapture itruck, the wand'ring ear
Is ftretch'd on every pore ;

'Tis better far each rifing morn And every nerve is ftrain'd to hear,

The tortur'd breast should goad,
The voice of Funny Gore.
IV.

Than wed, and have remorse and fcorda
Thus form'd to please the nicest thought

To aggravate the load. Wbich fancy e'er exprest,

C LE OR A. Her soul with every grace is fraught

An ELEGIAE BALLÅD. That charms the human breast,

1. With pride I own my heart is won,

With transport I adore;
And till life's latest sards are run,

O where shall I fafely exclaim;

Unlock all the woes of my breaft, I'li doar on Fanny Gore,

Yet bide both my guilt and my fhame! Tbe TE A-CUP. A FABLE.

ii.
S Belmont o'er his evening's tea,
AS

Yon moon grows indignantly pale
A happy hour enjoy'd,

'If I Arive to approach her chalte ear; With Delia's lip made pretry free,

And fickens to think of a tale, And with her bofom toy'd;

Which a virgin Thould tremble to hear,

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Poetical Essays in APPENDIX, 1769.
III.

II.
Can Cynthia look down on my woes, Life's little lamp, one tender beam,

While this foolish tear which is thed, To grief no more can spare;
For the loss of no innocence flows,

But faintly turns a dying gleam
But laments that my lover is fied ?

On anguilh and despair.
IV,

III.
Each ray of content from my sight

Look down, unending source of fate,
High heaven in justice withdraws,

From yon obedient skies ;
When I think on my guilt with delight, And O inftruet a wretch to hate
And so ardently doat on the cause.

The fair he must despise,
V,

IV. 1 Yet can I reproach the falle youth,

Whatever tortures rend his breaft,
Though, Townly, there once was a time!

Whatever conflicts roll,
Or expect either honour or truch
From the man that occasion'd my crime?

Teach him to tear her from his breaft,
VI.

And root her from his soul.
Alas, if a virgin will trust,

V.
Her own is the fault and the blame ;

Once pure as winter's whitef snow
For the man who intends to be just,

She gave her sacred vow!
Will never seduce her to shame.

Once pure as innocence--But, o

Just heav's, what is the now?
Tbe INJURED HUSBAND.

VI.
I.

Then grant a wish, indulgent fate,
THAT friendly ray, in pity dreft,

On which my heart is set;
O say, can hope below!

Or if I must not think to hate,
To give diffraction fight of rest,

Olet me but forget,
Or ioothe eternal woe,

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FRIDAY, Dec. 22.

to come on board, and it was apparent his A S issued a proclamation a- intention was only to preserve his ship.

gainst the importation of hay Dublin, Dec, 16. A few days ago Hugh W and fraw from foreign parts ; Millerd, E:q; one of the aldermen of the

on account of the contagious city of Corke, waited on the right hon. Sir ciftemper lately broke out a- George Macartney, at his apartments in the mong the horned castle. Catile, with the freedom of that city in a lite SUNDAY, 27.

ver box. This morning, between two and three Gibraltar, Nov. 23. The Russian fleet cono'clock, a fire broke our in one of the offices ifting of five fail came into our bay yesterday; belonging to the New River company in two of them are commanded by lieutenanig Bridewell Precinct, which consumed that, in our navy, and the other captain served as and all the other offices, together with the a volunteer. The infantry they have on house of Mr. Bull, one of the clerks, and all board are very fine; I never saw better lookthe furniture, books of accoun's, &c. ing or so well made men for Arength and MONDAY, 25.

activity; their arms and appointments are Being Christmas day, was ob erved at court clumsy, but strong and good. Their seamen according to annual custom.

are bad, and very few in number, not above THVRSDAY, 23.

fixty to a fixty gun ship. The guns, carri. The Industry, Capt. Srephens, from Vigo, ages, trucks, blocks, &c. are very bad. In is just arrived ac Dartmovih. This vestel has hort, guns of the same weight must require brought home the pallengers belonging to the double the number of men to work them proSaily, Capt. Barilei, which was bound from perly that would be sufficient on board our Newfoundland to Tynemouth, but whose ships. voyage was presented by the springing of a A letter from an English merchant at Con. large leak, which obliged Capi. Bariset to put ftantinople says, “the ruin of this mighty into Vigo, where he hoped to find an asyium; empire seems at length to be resolved on. instead of which, he and two of his crew The Grand Signior's lituation is truely pitiwere inhumarily thrown into a dungeon, able : Surrounded by his ministers and Aal. where they ftill continue, for founding under terers, he is kept a perfect stranger to the the fortifications of the burbour, i bough he transactions of his own army, which is in- , had in vain made several signals for a pilot deed alrr.oit ruined, through the want of mi.

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MARRIAGES and DEATHS.

App:
litary skill in the principal officers. Trade ment enjoyes the use of all his fatuie-
is the only thing which at present runs in Wm. Randall, eiq. of Upper Book-res-
its right channel ; how long it may continue Miss Eliz. Stoner, of Sconer, Oxfordtis-
to do so, heaven only knows."

The lady of Tho. Cudcon, elą. John Pos
ITALY.

esq.-Philip Steade, ele.-Mrs. Rutel, Re-
The Pope, who continues to employ him- lict of the late Michael Rufici, eís. F. R. S.
self about every means that may tend to the Capt. Williams, of the Royal Navy-M..
reformation of manners, has just issued an Salma, a Hambourg merchini-Mr. St,
ordinance, which profcribes, for ever, within purser of the Bellona-Ac Finchky, La
his dominions, the indecent outrage com- Challenor-Mr. Sanxey, laceman-
mitted on young male lubjects, in order to Moltyn, esq. merchant-Thomas Inch'itis,
preferve their voices for the choir... However esq.- Mr. Richardson, of Tregoay ia Cara-
the abuve unnatural practice may have hither- wall-Dr. Jofeph Nicoll Scott, formerly a
to been tolerated, it is not likely that any phytician in this city- Af Brudle's, Mrs.
future pontiff will reverse a positive ordinance Frances Howard, lifter of Coarles Hart,
against it.

efq. of Greystock- The Right Hon, the
Counters of Buckinghamkire - Wind

Church man, esq.-Thomas Long, eiq. aged
MARRIAGES.

ninety-George Knight, elg.

ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERNISTS.
fier, of Leicetter, to Mrs. Lu- EV. Mr. Noft, minor canon of Wes-
cy Matthews, of Everdon. It is remarkable cefer to the rectory of Broadway-ReT.
that this is her fourth marriage, although Christopher Hatton Walker, M. A. to the
but in the 24th year of her age, and without rectory of Kilworth Beauchamp in Leicefer.
issue by any of her former husbands--2;. fhire, together with the rectory of Haning-
Charles Dalrymple, Elg; to Mrs. Dalrymple ton in Nortbamyten hire - Rev. George
-Thom s Thompson, Efq; to Miss Char- Johnson, B. A. to the vicarase of Bannisge
Jotte Augusta Steers-24. John Fordham, ion in Worcestershire--Rev. Mi, Frawcy,
Eig; to Miss Frances Oliver, Sir Henry Hun- minor canon of Winchester, and chaplain to
loke, Bart. to Mifs Coke-Mr. Nazhaniel the college.
Paul, captain of the Harcourt E 111 - India
thip, to Miss Mary Jeud wine--27.

PROMOTIONS Civil and Military.
Cranley, Efq; of Souin Lambeth, to Miss ATRICK GRANT, Gent, to be sure
Ford-28. John Bolion, Esq; of Gaiurbo-
rough in Lincolnshire, to Miis Alicia Man- liam Faulkner, Efq; to be fort adjutant ef
ning--William Ray, Ele; of Turnnam- Fort Augufius in Scotland - Charles Gordon,
Greela, to Mis Holine-so. George Hitch E'q; to be captain of a company in the fixty-
cock, Esq; to Mis Taylor-31. John Mayne, fixth regiment of foot, and John M.Dunald,
Efq; to Miis Elizabeth Grarger~ William Gent 10 succeed him as lieutenant in the
Chambers, Esq; to Miss Anne Mortiis-

regiment.
Capt. Campbell, of the torty-leventh regi.

BKR-TS.
meat of fuot, to Miss Bab, Fitzgerald.

Thomas Ditherige, and Willain Lea, of W18

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DE A THS.

ley la Staffordshire, ironmoagers and copari-
RINCE Deiteric of Anhali Defiau, field-

John Tealing, late of Battersea in Surry vikaler.
marshal of the King of Prusia's armies
-- James Roffey, eiq. of Landowne--Mr.

NOTI to CORRESPONDENTS.
Giil, len. starchmaker--Mrs. Hartop, of
Dalby, Leiceftershire-- John Kennie, esq. of IE apprebend excugh bas bees aires, si
Bow, M.ddlesex---Thomas Jarvis, elq. of

in relation 10:be Ascendioa Body
Sunbury, Middlesex-Mr. Grubb, coal-mer

Animadverror will iberefore excafe ibe pus-
chant, Hungerioid-markei-Mr. Geo. Lim- lication of bis letter.'
bert, Scotland Yard-Sam, Shepherd, eiq. Mr. Savage's verses are tiry diftizz.
captain of dragoons- Mi. William Altree, at- Tbc Addrefs to Eutebia care : FicTri berbis
torney, ac Newick, near Lewes- Sam. Bucke tbe sentiment and ver fificatici.
nell, e'q. of Brompton, Middlesex-Wm. Meanwell we believe wiites suió a kry
Checidon, erg. of Knightsbridge--Rev. Ed. good intention, bu: we are appreberfire that ti
Yardly, D. B. archdeacon of Cardigan-Mr. derter would not be afterdai wi:b any fetary
Mares Amie, aged 99, who to the laft me- confequences, it is obereforejuj tjeda

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INDEX

INDEX to the PARLIAMENTARY History, to the Essays,

Politicks, Domestick and Foreign OCCURRENCES, 1769.

A

on

647

348

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284

A.

Berwick upon Tweed, a petition from, prea
DAMS, Efq; John, his case

133
sented to his majesty

648
Addison's campaigri, Latin version of a Bills which received the royal assent 109, 167,
fimile in

250

219, 272, 274
Address to the well-wishers of the church of Borough jobbing, remarks on

18
England 77. Of the convocation 86. Of Boiwel, Mr. his ccount of the jubilee at
the allembly of New-York 197. Of the Stratford

451
county of Ellex 166. Of the merchants of

his dress at the masquerade de-
London
167 scribed

455
Air, confiderations on the properties of 320, Bristol instructions 193. Lord Clare's letter
352, 357.

194
Aix la Chapelle, city of, why seized by the British theatre, containing critical remarks on
ele&tor palatine

279

theatrical exbibitions, 3, 59, 115, 124,
Alexander, Moses, trial of, for forgery 434

283, 403, 495, 599
Algebra, questions in 526, 556, (04, 612 Brothers, a comedy, critique on

599
Alien, William, inscripcions on his tomb. Buxton, terrible storm there

486
stone

394 Buckinghamshire, a petition from the county
American transactions is, 331, 394, 445, of, presented to his majesty

487, 648

C.
Anabaptism, hiftory of

ANTERBURY instructions 136
Anatomy and medicine, recapitulation of the
discoverers in

tique on
Anecdote
389 Caution to the fair sex

646
Anecdotes of Pope, Bölingbroke, and Chaco, in Paraguay, natural history of

309
Wycherly

160

Chadwicke, Sir Andrew, codicil to his will 427
Anne, queen, her ftatue at St. Paul's de- Chaise to cravel without horses, descriptions
faced

487
of

408
Army, distribution of

128 Charles I. Nrictures on his character 2 39.295,
Article, 4th of the church of England, re-

431, 470, 575
marks on

77

Charles JI. comic dialogue between him and
Ascension body of Christ, thoughts on 145, a Worcesterdhire baronet

471
259, 353, 4.4, 467 Charles V. emperor, his parentage 157. His
Alia, description of 256, 297, 420, 511, 630

insulting behaviour to his prisoner the
AAhma, considerations on

29

elector of Saxony 158–209. His retreat,
Allronomical problem

232

death and character
Atom, adveniures of

262 Cheap ward, a brief description of, with a
Attic evenings entertainment
87 plan

8
B.

Chuch preferment, dialogue on the imodern

580 way of obtaining
Bank, directors of, choren

217 Civil list, expences for 1765, 371. The
Banker at Paris, suicide of

649

arrears of, ordered to be paid cir 541
Baretti, Mr. tried for murder and ac-, Clergy, relident, scheme to establish

143
quitted

543 Colours, their difierent properties of imbibing
Barren land, method of cultivating 191 heat

25
Bath, rois there

C--s, majority and minority of, on the
Bachelor's fruitless pursuit of a wife 359

case of Ms. Luttrell's election

270
Beaver, natural history of

616
Confcifional, defence of

240
Beckford, aiderman, his letter relative to l.ord Conger eel, a large one taken

53
H-387. Rechosen lord mayor of Conftantinople, the Imperial ambassador's
London

541

lady ill treated by a mob there
Bedford, disputed election of a mayor there 486 Cunnitution, Britiin, epitome of

410, 461
Duke of, his reception ac Exeter 394 Contradictions, a striking picture of 589
Bees, experiment for picserving the lives Conversation, a philosophical one 357
of
356 Cortica, affairs of

56, 279, 335
discovery of a new fublance lion Contiveness, remedies for

30
whence they derive their honey

517 Cruelty and luf, infance of the dreadful con-
Benefices, the various modes of obtaining 235 sequences of

111
Benevolent society, intitution and proceed-

D.
ings of 181, 246, 301, 365, 422, 457,

AUGHTERS, reficctions on the
527, 565, 607

26
Berbice, unhappy fituation of the Naves D Eon, M. his reply to Dr. Musgrave 465
there
251 Diriogue, an intereling ole

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220

336

Deducation of

E

220

133

1

F.

200

IN D E X to the Essays.
Digestion, remarks on

540 Holland, a poetical description of, tralated
Dissertations on texts of scripture, 'a vindica- into Latin

13
tion of

629 H-.-, Lord, messages between his ad ise
Dr. Laft in his Chariot, a comedy, critique lord mayor, relative to the petitioa ei tk:
on

283 livery 386. His defence of himself 87
Douglas cause, a history of 126. Deter- Holland, Mr. of Drury-Lane theatre, ce
mined

165 account of his life
Draper, Sir William, his letter to Junius 476. Honey, discovery of a dex fubftance from
His word at parting to Junius

$20 whence the bees derive it
Drowning, a woman recovered after 649 Horne, Rev. Mr. his dedication to ti
E.
sermon

147
East. India, advices from 112, 330, 592 Biospitals, city, report of
East India company, proceedings of 23, 52,

J.
53, 110, 217, 218, 329, 393, 394, ESUITS, an account of their sectkment

JI
443, 444, 486

in Paraguay 463, 512, 568, 613
Eel corporific of Guiana, described 139 Impiety, reflexions on

471
Encyclopedia, Voltaire's account of 74 Iodependents, account of
Effay on the advantages of having an agree- Infants, proper management of

89
able person

509 Innocence, legal proofs of, in the guh ca-
Ellex, a petition agreed to by the freeholders

tury

14
of

648 Jubilee at Stratford upon Aroa, account of

407, 451. Songs introduced at 4,6. Ose
FA
TASHIONS, English, the present com- spokea by Mr. Garrick at

ASI
pared with antient
305 Jubilee, a new farce, an account of

497
Fatal Discovery, critique on

63 Junius, his letter to the duke of G--
Fire of London, estimate of losses at

93 Another to the same 316. Another to the
Fires 167, 221, 222, 273, 329, 443, 444, same 363. To Dr. Blackftene 390. To

487, 647, 649 the duke of B-472. His reply to Sir
Fisher, Bishop, true character of

33 William Draper 477. Another ditto 521.
Flint, extraordinary petition of the deputy His remarks on the rescue of Geacra
theriff of

321 G-- 532. Another letter to the Duke of
Fortune, a true pi&ture of the villicitudes G-- 610. His letter to a peat
of
619 Personage

633
France, origin of the lates general of

187

K.
French laws, early, strict regularity of

ENT, a petition agreed to by the free
G.

647
TANGANELLI, cardinal, chosen King's-Arms tavern, speech at 137. Pre-
pope
335, 399 ceedings there

147, 149, 154
Garrick, Mr. is presented to the freedom of

L.
Stratford upon Avon 274. Anecdotes of ADIES, Englith, their improprieties
his life
405 censured

69
Girls, deftitute, proposal for the education Languages, their advantageous influence ca
of
146 opinions

26;
Gordon, Mr. executed at Breit
649 Law Latin, old, remarks on

3
Grain, prices of 2, 58, 114, 170, 226, 282, Letter, from a lord to a prelate 75. To Sir

338, 402, 450, 494, 550, 598 Joleph Mawbey, &c. 120. To the fres
Guiana, some account of the religion holders of England 201. From Mir,
of

Roswel, describing the jubilee at Strai-
Gypsies, a gang of, dislodged

436

tord 451. Dr. Musgrave's to the sea
H,

bolders of Devonih re 464. The Chevalier
ALIFAX, Lord, cause between D'Eon's answer
551 Liberty, natural, essay on

260
Happiness, buman, the initiability of, exem- Lise, fatal effects of an improper mode of
plified
425 beginning

50
Hanover, fucceffion, remarks on the founda- Light, properties of
tion of

153 Lind, Dr. his method of supplying water and
Hawkesworth's Telamacbus, extract from 189 provitions at lea

zti
Heat, experiments on the extraordinary de Livery of London, infructions from, to abeir

grees of, men and animals are capable of members 95. Peution of 386. Presented
fuftaining

515 393. Kelolutions of, at the common-ball
Herbs, manner of taking a lively representa- for the election of a lord mayor

54
tion of

631 Lizard, scaly, a description of
Heyder Ally, fuccefles of, in the Ealt-Indies Locke, Mr. his opinion of personal identity
54;. Peace concluded with

502

confidered
Hints, medical and oeconomical

London tavern, proceedings of the fociere

for

15 K holders of

G-pope

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