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A young divine was so terribly infected fabio
whole appearance so wonderfully apprehension of war, the report of the plague, unable to turn his eyes upwards, bolove
of his congregation. I recommended to be miad dog, or of a comet, alternately till every but I fear without effect, a little could
spent in ruminatiny, whether or not the not, indeed, of the melancholy kind, but it is grace, than any of those inculcated by get
The madness which prevails at present, is of holiness would not be a more betaler Graces are there recommended in so forcible with a Bivliophobia, which not oulr
the diseaseid persons from attending inake out the meaning, is induced to affect all porter-like language of Homer's the finical airs of a fine gentleman. Clowns, compels them to couvert their librin pedants, jockeys, country-squires, and fox. dressing-rooms, to be consulting the
gla:s 'when they should be consult čestors, and begin to rival each other in imi. Iesicon, and learning the art of
sore pretty married woman, when the ONET tating the mincing step, and lisping voice of ber eading the art of logic with the
I have given a hint to all the patien disorder, I shall take the liberty, with submisa hav: come from those places to consult
we are roused froin our reverie by beholding sion to the College of Physicians
, to give the name of the gallant Hutchinson, which new name, and call it the Charitomania again also recalls the noble minded Wilson to following is an essay on the cause, spagete Gr our remembrance. The next name brings &
and cure of this alarming disease ;'artige Hees thousand pleasant thoughts into our minds,
hope, will obtain at least equal attention is to and we are surrounded in imagination with the medical cases which are so often pro our friend the Domine, his near relative Ballie to the public by each self-important Ig to live Nicol Jarvie, and a hundred others of the crates. “ north countrie." Possibly some passing
A young man, apprentice to a merceri seaman strengthens our recollection of the city of London, caught the Charitona pathetic author of the Shipwreck–Faulkner; reading in a magazine a few letters of Conte and while pondering with pleasure upon the Chestertield, concerning the art of pled efforts of the pen, we feel equal gratification Before this accident, lie was known to the at the productions of the pencil , and our re- spoken in a manly voice
, and to have den miniscenes end with the name of Northcote.
with a decent plainness. But now be 24 bis Thus, Mr. Editor, you see, though I some- stantly wears his head powdered and perhaps we times run the risk of getting a broken head and his coat cut in the extreme of the file cadru or a dislocated shoulder, hy running “a-head" speaks with a soft wonanish accent, of some uncourteous porter, I return to my gallantry with his female customers dormitory, with a train of pleasant ideas, and farly in:rried women, and assumes 300 ha that these may also be the lot of yourself and maces, attitudes
, and airs, whicle for at la your numerous readers is the wish of,
plete petit maitre. Upon considering Mr. Editor,
I prescribed a grain of common sense recomien
used in retecting, that Your old Correspondents might become an enroy extraordinary am 18th Sopt., 1820.
court of Dresden, was ridiculus telesa of die counter in Cheapside.
the contagion, that from being perfecta Essay.
in his external parts, on a sudden bist is, the were covered with carbuncles, his haired and a colour, and smelt strongly, his legs ter will com
a dead white, the exterior corering mete i ON THE AFFECTATION OF THE
head mas contracted to a nut-shell Restorey GRACES.
phosed, that he neither knew nor was at hin IT has been remarked by an author of some
by any of his former arqnaintance, humour, that at certain periods there is an
order was attended with an usual it hapepidemical madness which rages through a
an invincible Pauperwphobia, which angere me whole kingdom.
In time of war, ideal victo: day and night seek the company of an vies and defeats alternately clevate andicde and great, and Ny from a poor chrisa, press the spirits of the nation. Yn peace
, the ther as from a plague. In the partie the fear of popery and fainine, the dread of a countenanee with gloom, heart with ror, and every tougue with lamentation and complaint. outrageous and universal. It owes its rise to
less lordling a posthumous publication of Lord Chesterfield, which is generally read and admired. The a manner, that every unlicked cab who can hunters, put off the stern virtue of a French dancing-master.
As this affectation of the Graces is a new
tiv! every night when he went to be
The two famous universities of the are orer-run with the infection. list
Insider, that the Graces seldom chuse to re. When I do an alms, lame's trumpot ne'er blows, ain after the Moses are entirely dismissed. What my right hand is doing, my left never A certain honest tradesman who had fol
knows; wed the vocation of a tallow chandler, from All my gifts I bestow in so private a way, age of fourteen to forty, being on a sudden That when, how, or where, no mortal can say." itiched by a large legacy from a distant re
Spintext, it is true, has such arl to conceal 'em, lion, who had not vouchsated to know him
That his parish ne'er see, nor the poor never feel
'em, uile alire, was immediately seized with a And thus he makes sure that none shall reveal'em. ont violent Charitomania. His body no ngor (mitted the odoriferous effluvia of How, but sent forth smells of perfume, which
WOMAN'S LOVE. never happened to hiin before in his life. le covering of his head, which was before a
KIND Peggy kiss'd her husband, with these editable periwig, with a double row of curls words: hised
, suddenly dropt off, and was succeeded " Mine own, sweet Will, how dearly I love a boyish head ot
' hair, with a lail thicker thee !" longer than the thickest and longest If true, quoth Will, the world none sach affords; his candles. He was soon over-run with a
And that 'tis true I dare ber warrant be: be of vermin called dancing masters, French
For ik'er was woman yet, or good or ill, asters , music masters, and peruquiers. His
But loved always best her own sweet Will. gorder was attended with a loss of memory,
he entirely forgot all bis acquaintance to used to incet at the orter club once a
On seeing a young Lady writing Vorses nilh a mek. Instead of these, whom he no longer
hole in her Slocking. ** ww, he sought the company of wits and aus, in the fasbionable coffee houses at the TO see a lady of such grace, est end of the town. But what is ruinark
With so much sense, and such a face, le in his case is, that though the symptoins
So slatternly, is shocking; ir violent and alarming; yet, instead of
Oh! if you would with Venus vie, ing received with condolence and sympathy,
Your pop and poetry lay by, was every where treated with contempt and
And learn to mend your stocking. Wybter. After frequent prescriptions, which pelled on accouns of the inveteracy of the fease, I gave him up as incurable.
Spoken extempore by the Earl of Rochester, lo Were loto enumerate all the cases of this
a Parish Clerk. forder, which have fallen under my notice, - Ferily believe my work would consist of STERNIJOLD and Hopkins had great qualms,
When they translated David's psalms, my volumes, folio. I shall therefore rest fsfied with having given such a short history But bad it been poor David's fate
To make the heart full glad: this terrible pestilence, as may tend in To lear thee sing, and them translato, me measure fu elucidate its cause, nature, It would have made hina wad. Netieets; and I shall, with a public spirit
kwn to my brother quack.s, communi ate le following invaluable nostrum, which, taken ulue, is a sovereign reniedy.
. Let the
THE LAWYERS. Birut administer to himselt å small dose', =-isting ot a few grains of common-sense,
TWO Lawyers, when a knotty case was o'
Shook hands and were as good friends as before. a scruple of modesty, which will not fail
• 'Zounds!" says the losing client, “bow conio purge away all tumours arising from vanity" for if the patient has not courage enough to To be such friends, who were such foes just his own physician, let his friends apply a now?” lister to the morbid part, made up of caustic
“ 'Thou fool," says one, we Lawyers, though
Like sliears, ne'er cut ourselves, but whai's boEpigrams.
ON A COVETOUS OLD PARSON.
ON A VERY IDLE FELLOW.
IIERE lieth one that was born and cried, Ind for pity, mere pity! 'tis show and pre tence; Lir'd several years, and theu—and then he died
And come to this wedding, kind, friends, a deca
ON MR. THOMAS HAMMOND,
Humour 4 Parish Clerk, a good man, and an excellent
back-gammon player, who was succeeded in his
COPY OF A WILL.
Writion in Verse, and enlered in the Constiges
THE fifth day of May,
Being airy and gay,
And to hip not inclin'd,
But of vigorous mind,
And my body in health,
I'll dispose of my wealth,
And all I'm to leave,
On this side the grave,
To some one or other,
That my brothers-in-law,
If I did not take care,
Would come in for their share,
Which I no wise intended,
'Till their manners are mended,
And of that, God knows, there's no site 'They liv'd without strife;
I do therefore enjoin,
And do strictly command,
As witness my hand,
That nought I bave got
Shall go into hotch-pot;
To the son of my mother,
My own dear brother,
To have and to hold Who published some marvellous accounts of his
All my silver and gold, truvels, the truth of all arhich he thought As the affectionate pledges proper to testify by Afidavit.
Of his brother, John HEDGES.
Inviting to a bidden Wedding.
SUSPEND, for one day, your cares and selle kali la
ON A HERMIT.
FOR years upon a mountain's brow,
good neighbours. Notice is hereby given, that the marriag of Isaac Paterson with Frances Alkinson will be solemnized in due form, in the paris litanie church of Lamplugh, Cumberland, on Tue day next, the 30th of May, instant; imme diately af which the bride and bridegroen with their fengánts, will proceed to Loret foot, in the said parish, where the nuptials will be celebrated by a vaiety of rural enter tainments.
Then come, one and all,
At Hymen's soft call,
ON A GOOD WIFE.
(Written by her Husband.) HERE lies my poor Wife, much lamented; She's happy, and I'm contented.
THE TICKLER MAGAZINE,
d the country at large may come in, if they ch sports there will be as have seldom been
seen, ab wrestling, and fencing, and dancing be
OPT UIT tween,
races for prizes, for frolic, and fun, "Tl, ako horses, and asses, and dogs, will be run; A you'll all go home happy--as sure as a gun.
a word, such a wedding can ne'er fail to 3 dark please, Pred the sports of Olympas were trifles to these. itoru ez. Neta bene. You'll please lo observe that the bed with this grand bridal pomp is the thirtieth of May, no to be hea 'tis hop'd that the sun, to enliven the sight, te the mou the flambeau of Hymen, will deiga to burn
To twenty feet and more
These young princesses grew, And Orkney's famous church*
With ease they would leap through, This wondrous female pussy
On Orkney's favour'd ground, With all her valiant offspring
At this day may be found;
Pale death, will not come near
M. R. S.
MOLT I X. day,
THE MOSLEM BRIDAL HYMN.
FROM THB ITALIAN.
lorear terJE following monstrous production is from pen of one delighting in strange fancies,
way possibly amuse the Juvenise Readers the lickier; it has the merit of being perHly original. be account of an extraordinary Animal, said to hure been discovered in the Orkney Islands, and supposech to have been there bejure the introduction of Christianity, which,
wetery body knows, took place in the yeur gelio Jow, in the reiyn of Eurl Siyurd the Cross,
who mus killed in battle in his expediti034 ainst Briun, King of Ireland.
THERE is a radiance in the sky,
It is a lovely hour—though Heaven
But there are sounds along the gale--
The futes breathe nigh—the portais now Pour out the train, white-veil'd, like snow Upon its mountain summit spread, In splendour, beyond man's rude tread; Aná o'er their pomp emerging far, The bride, like evening's virgin-star; And soon along the wave may swim The chorus of the bridal hymn, Again the bright procession move, To take the last sweet veil from love : Then speed thee on, thou glorious Sun! Swift rise-swift set---be bright and done.
The little female pussy
Became a powerful queen, She rode a stately palfrey
All drest in gold and green; And then she built a tower
of pearis and sappbire blue, And with her mighty arm,
A thousand men she slew !
The little female pussy
Ilad fisty beauteous sons, Their arms resembled sabres, Tueir legs resembled guns; Their eyes werg Naming torcītes,
gopes was their nose, And hall an mhdy measured Fromd unto the toes.
The little female pussy
Had fifty daughters fair, Their eyes were glitt'ring diamonds,
Aud silver was their hair;
* The Cathedral of St. Magnus, in Kirkwall.
THE following information, from America whendin price of Newspapers in London, containing te other
the proceedings of the trial of the Queen Thul wi
Henceforth a different method try,~
That may succeed, --who knows?
Be your's the business to transcribe,
And Stella's to compose.
On reading an Article in the Morning De Gain Conduct us o'er the trackless waste
signed “ Common Sense." That spurns the print of human feet, But where Thy presence may be traced
WELL! if such trash as this be called "C. In every wind and wave we meet !
To all sense that is common good bye! And as these liquid plains we rore,
To a thing that's so vile I'll make no preberet i abilirati Should stormy winds resistless blow,
But keep a poor food 'till I die.
On hearing that the Bath, on board the Polagra abril When death rides high of every wavo,
was nothiny more than a Tub. Assist, oh! Lord, our feeble powers, And sare, when thou alone canst save!
MAJOCCHLS fine story concerning the bath for More
Which caused such a mighty hub-bub, And on those plains of early day,
Turns out (oh relate not the matter in Gath) a D. Mada Where first the star-light was unsurl'd,
Like the rest, all A TALE OF A Tue. That shed salvation from its ray,
And splendour o'er a nighted world ; Oh! shroud us from the scorching beam,
On hearing it previously asserted by a Radiodrag the d That preys on life's diminished spring,
thal the Queen had not a fair Trial. From fover's wild delirious dream, The tiger's wrath, the serpent's sting.
"TIS false:—the trial of the Queen is fair-la be ron
So for another time, please nurse your surprise the But teach us, more than all the rest,
Of common justice she has had her share, To bow submissive to thy will;
Forevery thing brought forward was PER-JUD
Iu all thy judgments, patient still!
will be new to our cotemporaries:-" I am Impromtus.
were from half-a-crown to a pound note each
and increasing in value each day as the trial Addressed to a Gentleman who had abused the progressed.”
Author in bad Rhyme ; and prevailed upon
A CONJUGAL RECONTRE.
IN the northern district of Airshire, a cooper
having unfortunately come to blows with his Is better than your head.
wife, the shouts of murder! murder!" roci
forated by her, attracted a nuinber of people Stella can no such virtue boast,
about the house. On forcing opeoithe door, As Midas had of old,
they found the cooper
. chastísings or with a For whatsoe'er that monarch touchd,
piece of iron hoop. One E shem, more boid He turned it into gold.
than the rest, expostulatel
th him upon the
impropriety of his conduct towards her; and Thy leaden lines from Stella's hand
among other arguments used to persuade him sine Will no suc change admit,
to desist from striking, he said, "Yol bught to Nor can the lady's utmost skill,
recollect that she is your wife, and that she is Transcribs them into wit,