A Supplement to the Advice from the Scandel Club: For the Month of December, Issue 4

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Page 4 - And though we think his life will bear a scrutiny better than any prince that ever sat on the English throne before him ; yet, if we come to the nicety, one king's life ought to be no more...
Page 13 - Astoadvifmg him what to do, . 1. Tis plain he may not live or cohabit with his fťcond', for as it has been Adultery all along in him, it would be fo now in her and him too.
Page 8 - I'm Born, I rife to Light, ^> With mangled Limbs, no Hands, nor Eyes for Sight, > Thus fly my Country, yet not fafe in Flight. j Trembling thro...
Page 8 - Fountain, fo it has different Springs and Channels; and 'tis our Opinion, that the Paternal Love, being vaftly different from the Conjugal -, can by no means be an interruption to it, but rather an incourager, and above all, it...
Page 8 - Conjugal -, can by no means be an interruption to it, but rather an incourager, and above all, it feemsto me, that he that loves his Children very tenderly, may be the better fuppos'd to Love a Wife ; as he that difcharges one . Relative Duty well, may be thought the moil likeliy to difcharge another. We therefore determine, that he that has a true Fatherly Affeftion to...
Page 26 - World, and in this part of it especial, to the Honour and Glory of the English Ladies be it spoken, for were the Men to turn the Scale and be Courted, it would come to the very Laws of the Seraglio; that the humble Sex must take it as a Favour, and receive the Token of it Kneeling, when the Monarch Man, would Vouchsafe to admit her to his bed.
Page 8 - Condoš and Management of the different Tempers of Relations, and this they recommend to both Parties, .as a very proper Ingredient in their future Felicity, and the want of which, makes many Families Unhappy...
Page 4 - AM;, and tho7 we think his Life will bear a Scrutiny better than any Prince?, that ever...

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