British Magazine, February 1, 1747

British Magazine

February 01, 1747

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Issue date: Wednesday, February 1, 1747

Pages available: 50

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1746 - 1750

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British Magazine (Newspaper) - February 1, 1947, London, Middlesex I T H E BfMfb Magazine. For FEBRUARY^ 1747. ^Moralist; VI. prefent nature can beftow upon us, and worthy to be preferred Ut natum deSt, fic omnis rtcla before all other temporal blef-figum- lings ; not only riches, honours* Turpis Rotuam Belgian *recolor, pleafure, nay, and even wifdom Proper t. itfelf, are of infinitely lefs valae to us than this tranfcendent bene-H.E Indians of the fit, but they even ceafe to be of northern part of A- any value to as at all without it, merica have a cuftom, and hold all their power of pleaf- when a child is born, ing dependent on the frailes of of-offering a prayer immediately this fupreme difpofer of our fate, for it; the form is conitant, very What are riches to the man remarkable, and expreffed in a whom bodily infirmities, condemn few words: Ic is only, May it to feed on vegetables, and a little have good health^ and a good face. Water, and that in the hated re- Ic might fiartle one at firlr, to tirements of a country, far from think that they had nothing more all he languifhes for in the pomp than thefe to-ask for the infant; dfa court ? What are honours to and yet, if we come' toconfider, the miserable creature, condemn- we mail find their petition ed to howl out the remainder of fakes in the two greateft bleffinga his life in anguifh in his bed ? of-human JiffeL Health is un- What, pleafare to the man-whole questionably the moft valuable fickning fancy, pall'd with the Vol. If. G tedious ;