British Magazine, August 1, 1746

British Magazine

August 01, 1746

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Issue date: Monday, August 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) - August 1, 1946, London, Middlesex o g THE For AUGUST, 1746. gentle grateful Warmth of the mild refrelhing San, the Variety of calm Hill Profpefts, the fmell of healthful Farms, woody Fires, and the thoufand. native Fragrances that exhale from every blooming Hedge and dewy Walk, accompanied with the chearful Melody of Birds, the Chirpings and bufy Hummings of indaf-trious Infeclte, the intermingled Voices of refponfive Flocks and Kine, the Tinkling of Teams, and the.carelefs fimple Mirth, of labouring Rallies, relieve the Melancholy of the folitary Scene and Hour, and infpire. the dullefl Mind . with Imagination and Thought. Milton's defcriptive Lines are apt 2t fuch a Time to return upon us with peculiar Entertainment. As one nvho lo'r.g-in populous City pent, When Houfes thick, and Sewers un>'.oy the Air, D d forth The OccasionacSpectator, N� 5, Sweet is thelreatbof morn, her rijingfweet, H itbcharm ofearliejl birds', pleajant the fun When firfl on the delightful land he spreads His orient beams, on herb, tree3Jruit} or jlower, Glaring with dew : -- Milton. AMONG all the Plea-fures that recommend the Country, that of -rifing early in a Morning feems themoft alluring, when the Spirits are refreuYd and vigo-rou5, after a regular Reft, and the Senfes, light and chearful, are lenfible of the quickeft Impref-hons from every pleafing. Objeft. ' In thefe Seafons, an unufual Joy and Serenity diffUfe themfelves through the Heart and Temper, end we feel a kind of Renewal ' of the Vigour and Powers of' Youth. The beautiful Appearance of the Morning-Light, the ;