British Magazine, September 1, 1746

British Magazine

September 01, 1746

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Issue date: Thursday, September 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) - September 1, 1946, London, Middlesex T H E For SEPTEMBER, 1746. The Occasional Spectator. Nreligioas Muf- his whole Beaver; and that the fulmen of .care&lly.pkking up and reading a Jingle accidental Page, repofitiiSg in fome Hole of a which he has occafionalfy received Wall, or otherfecure Place, any .from the PafiryCook, has given. Paper or Fragments of Writing him fuch an Opinion of the Ge-they find fcattered in their Way, ,ias and good Senfeofthe Author* out of a fuperftitious Concern, as has engaged him to purchase left that the Name of their Pro- the entire Volume. - I have there-phet, or any other that is facred, fore in this, the moft long and fhouldbe contained in it. I am idle Vacation of the'Year, when myfelf in tfiis refpect fo good a t he Town is moft empty of Con-Mabdmetan, that I am very cu- verfatlon, Wit, and Entertain-rious in infpe&ng and treafuring meht, and the Labours of the up whatever mifceflaneous Pieces State, the Law, and the Mufes, or imperfect Strictures of Litera- are for a time fufpended; I have ture, are tranfmitted daily tome chofe, I fay, torevife and make from the Chandler, which I or- fbme Arraingement of thefe my der and range into fomewhat of itinerant Memoirs, from whence the Nature of a Common-place, I have furnifhed myfelf with fome and lay up fbr my Emolument ; curious Adverfariq, not linwor-as with Pleafure I reflect it was thy of an Author of my folemn the Cultom of my famous Pfsde- Character, who fets out to en- li twtaia ;