Covent Garden Journal, April 14, 1752

Covent Garden Journal

April 14, 1752

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Issue date: Friday, April 14, 1752

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Tuesday, April 11, 1752

Next edition: Tuesday, April 18, 1752

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Publication name: Covent Garden Journal

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 360

Years available: 1727 - 1752

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Covent Garden Journal (Newspaper) - April 14, 1752, London, Middlesex By Sir ALEXANDER Cenfor of GREAT Price 3 APRIL To be continued every TUESDAY and SATURDAY teneam wlttts mutantem Protea nodo 9 with what Ties of Reafomng Jhall I fbe Proteus Nature of the female Mind DIALOGUE A T TUNBRIDGEWELLS BETWEEN A Philofopher and a Fine After the Manner of H Down right I have the ftrangeft Piece of News to tell what do you think it is I cannot gueis Then Ill tell Galnlove fol lows Mifs If he follows he may een catch and eat her into the Whats that to me i Incurious Creature Nay but Mifs Bird is no Gentlewoman And to be fure a Gentleman fhould marry a Gentlewo No MfsJ I heard Lady and Danglecourt both fay f How fhould they know Gentlewo men But perhaps they heard others fay fa You are the ftrangeft Man Well I will tell you 1 know fhe is no Gentle woman 5 for her Father Her Mifs Why we are talk ing or ihe young who appears t6 be genteel in her and gentle in her Manners That he is a at pre we will take for according to my Notion of if her Perfon and Manners are as I have I think Mifs Bird may be a Brazen and may be two with Minds more hideous and diftorted than their Bodies and Lord you talk always to me in a quite new Language But I wont be lieve one Word you That 1 know better than you can tell rnc for Fafhion will always get the bet ter of Well I fuppofe you in your wife Way have fomething to fay about Fafhion 4 the Creed of and Coriveni cncy of wife But I hall believe in for all that you can fay to the And follow it too But the Fafhion is always Tis You then likewife muft be always changing And you will be aptly called the flutteringj the the incon 1 A with your Compli No Ill afore but plain will you an fwer me one Queftion Whats that You have learnt to caft up an Ac count I And you can play on the Spinnet ;

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