British Magazine, June 1, 1746

British Magazine

June 01, 1746

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Issue date: Wednesday, June 1, 1746

Pages available: 40

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Publication name: British Magazine

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 2,827

Years available: 1746 - 1750

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British Magazine (Newspaper) - June 1, 1946, London, Middlesex THE For JUNE, 1746. 1HQ RE J fliall occafion no other than an agreeable Di/ap-pointment to nay- Readers, if for once I fuipend a Courfe of . my labours (in which I purpofe to employ my continued Endeavours to entertain them) to giveRoom at this Time for the Appearance of a Piece, which has been read with fo much general Advantage, (and it is hoped will ftill be fo) by great Numbers in dais Nation. The Defire of rendering it yet further ufeful, and of affording a moil agreeable Pleafure to the Favourers of this finall, Monthly Pamphlet, is the fole Motive of its being thus recommended to. their Acceptance, by � �' 'their mojl obliged Servant, " The Occasional Spectator. Extrnfc of_ a PvmpJJUt ' entity? d: Br 1 t a i n Rem em brancer, or,4The Danger not over. TH E Author of this folemn Addrefs to his Countrymen, in* traduces! it with a fuitable Remembrance of two late Ap� ^pearancesv frf reraarkabk Providence happening in. one Seafon, that are fieCh'in'their. Minds, and have a very monitory and a* wakening Tendency, -viz. a threat'ned Dearth of Corn, and a bloody inteftine War.: Of the firft he obferves, how near we were in everyone's Expe&ation, of loiing our Iafl: Harveft by the fevere' Rains, which, if they had continued a fmall Time longer, muft have entirely; cut it off, had not that Mercy which we have never deferved, and have too viiibly fince difregarded, given us a warning Inftance, how eafily he can diftrefs as well as how readily he- R can, ;

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