Covent Garden Journal, June 9, 1752 : Front Page

Publication: Covent Garden Journal June 9, 1752

Covent Garden Journal (Newspaper) - June 9, 1752, London, Middlesex By Sir ALE X A N D E R D R AWC AN Ceafor of Price 3 J UN E To be continued every TUESDAY and Let not your Mofafty hurt TO THE C E N S OR of GreatBritain S you was pteafed to publifh my I have fent you the further Produdi ons of my Frinid or the fame Subject Without further face myFriqnd having vindicated the Honour of ths as not the Inven tors of the yet the undoubted Im provers and Enlargers and its Introdu6tors into almofl every Species of like a true fyftema tick to what Geniufes are the fitted to and theDodtrine of the Pert and to fhine moft in the pradtical Application and Exercife In this DiJquifitiohj whiphis pretty he difplays an extenfive Knowledge of the human as wdi as of the human Underftanding j and at lad that thofe are tbe moft fuf ceptible of the Efficacy of his who have the belt Opinion of felves on the thoftwill profit leaft by his who are mod deeply tinftured wiih that aukward fhamefeced Thing called Mo What he adds is fomewhat extra if ayouno fak entertains a mean of his and is atthiefame 4 is commonly a Man of c Jdefpairof and 1 prohoiince him f and utterly of reliiWng and by my Inf ruc tions and He will jog on like a Mule at his own regard lefs of extrinfic But if hs hath a tolerable Share of I have fome Hopes of let him be ever To he has a poor Opi nion of itt ten to he will change his Mind in and come to think himfelf a pretty mefdeJ And a Rctk farther 4 that continues who afien having loftilyVuh trough V3 C King fancies himfelf qualified to compofe a better Epic Pocih the or who becaufe he was in the Battle of no Whether he ftood or fled undertakes to write a Syifeitf ot the Military or by dipping in A Ulid feels hjmfelf ajikruwfd by a drong Impulfe to fubvert the Relijgion of hk Couotry that Man 1 fo promifmg aGenius I and Jiail a nova That if he attends gently follows my will in Tirae coake a wofldtrftiP j he will climb up to the Pinnacb of the true Having fhewn that of ones own Parts is an indilpenfiblt Requi fite in fuch as afpire to the Height of the afld to be allaccomplifljed in the Art of Swaggering in he earneftly recomtnerids and inculcates an unwearied Zeal and reft lefs to cheriih and incieafe that hope ful and profitable Difpoficipn towards he nothing conduces more thanthe divipg dwejling and exaggerating the Foulis and Defects of especially thofe are reputed the moft excellent of their whe ther Ancient or And that the Pupil may fee ajid thcie the more fully and he advifeshun As r to keep their ExceJJencres out of his as much as His reafbning 911 fead is for ought I the when as yiew minute is rendered K lapgp Prof To the when trained to jind out and canvafs becomes ing And as thofe Ar who become their Eyes being by Force of rendered to dHcry DJF at a i fo th true whcfe tt is or the Beauties of js the Rqach ol hjs a pf of ger iQni and ling f Ad abfes him to pt lencfes frpm Ws give him the Tolid qf in umphing in his pwpf ie reflects the pf 9 frpp he out being by the Images of of which be My Friend toth iron of iiicjb turermay yfe witfeSuccefs for htsl ment in jhis fuadatnentil to the fjpying out magnifying the Faults of c nothing will cU here vithqut a fuitabi Genkis the Precept nal unlimited Aiid fore he recommends the reading of Authors ai have mod diligrn and moft jperfpicacipus in detecting and ex fbis Paper is to be had at the Universal Regifter next tkc Ccrner of ;

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Publication: Covent Garden Journal

Location: London, Middlesex

Issue Date: June 9, 1752

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