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The LONDON MAGAZINE.
Or, GENTLEMAN's Monthly Intelligencer ;
For A PRIL, 176).
195 dreadful Consequences of
Useful Reflections from a late melanTranslation of a Poem litely given 173
196 Description of a rich and curious Scy Method of de troying Wasps and Hormeter and Belt fent to Bengal 175
197 Note to Correspondents 176 Abstract of the Plate-Act
ibid. Tne History of the last Seffion of Par. Address of the General Assembly of liument, &:.
New York, to the King 197--199
joid. Origin of the States - General of France To the Freeholders of England
187–189 The History of Party, during the preProper Extract from a celebrated wri sent Reign
202---206 ter 189 POETICAL ESSAYS
206 A false Affertion of Reaumur
Song let to Music rected
ibid. An Impartii Review of New Pub. 209 Justice of Sultan Mamood
History of the Reign of Charles V. 210 of the Cultivation of barren Lanis, Various Arlicies
213 and thereby encreating the Number Foot's Appeal
214 of People
THE MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER 217 Brittol Inftrulions
ibid. Letter thereon, from Lord Clare
19+ Promotions Civil and Military ibid. An extraordinary Advertisement 194 Stocks, Grain, Wind, and Weather 170
With two humourous PLATES, representing
THE BATTLE OF ST. JAME S’s,
The CHARACTERS drawn from the Life. LONDON: Printed for R. BALDWIN, at No. 47, in Pater-nofter Row; Of wiom may be had, compleat Sers, from the Year 1732, to this time, neatly bound of
titched, or any single Month to completc Sets.
Bank Stick 153 1.2)
PRICES of STOCKS, Ec. in A PRI L, 1769.
38 0 27
39 o 37 0
98 88 88 88 .88 88
40 o 40 0. 400 39 0 390 38 0
II 101 ICI
16, Sunday 164 163 263 163 16+
275 274 275
89 89 29 89 8; } 89
27 27 27 27
Wind Weather at Deal
E. cold rain
fair S. W. fair
38 o 37 O 37 0 37 0 37 0 370
88 88 88 88
1631 163 Ž 164 164 164 Sunday
37 0 37 o 57 0 370 37 0 37 o
CHARLES CORBETT, at No. 30, facing St. Dunftan's Church, Fleet-Street, STOCK-BROKER, who buys and sells in the Stocks
by Commiflion, and transacts the Lottery Business as usual.
138. to 16s.
158. to 18s. od. 145 to 22 qr 15 to 16 175 to 21 38 od to 39 3d os od to 4s od 45 20 to 4.8 40 Straw from 149. to 198. 01'S 219. od. to 149. 148. to 29. 163. to 188. 149. to 16:. 145 od to 22 129 to 14 125 to ISO 39 40 to 3 bd 25 6d to os od 28 4dto 28 osd Coals 448. per cha. Bus & 62 od.
OCS LO QO 12 Gd to 8dlus od to os od osed to Lod Hops 21. sal. 6.
тн Е LONDON MAGAZINE,
For A PRIL, 1769.
unft for society:
To tbe AUTHOR of tbe LONDON figh for a molt lovely creature, the ku-
mility of whose situation forbad all
clain to his honourable confideration. *O celebrate virtue and Elegant fimplicity, purity of fenti
expose vice is certain- ment, and amiable compassion, were T
ly the proper business her chief characteristics-the form was
you the history of a thario found neans to introduce him-
obtained an interest in her affections, This Lothario was barely two and he, at length, besought her to give twenty, when an heiress of a suitable him a dangerous proof. His father, age to his own, became the object of he assured her, would never consent
-he poflefled 'abun- to their union, nor was there any dant requisites for pleafing, nor, in. other niethod of proceeding than her deed at that period, could it be deem- Aying with him to London, where the ed a reflection on either the taste, sen- might refide with the utmolt secrecy, fibility
, or morality of the lady, to fa. until it Mould be in his power to marfour his addresses. The time for ry lier conformable to the laws of his their nuptials was fixed, the necella. country on the minority of either Ty preparations compleated—it is for' party. man to plan, the accomplishment lies The whole tenour of his behaviour beyond the operation of his will had been such, that to have doubted a levere fever soon terminated the la- bis sincerity would have been a bad dy's life; but, as a monument of hier compliment to her own. She lamentaffe&tion, she made bim master of hered the uneasiness her family must exfortune , to the amount of eighty thou- perience in the intermediate time, but
Rattered herself that the discovery of With this additional distinction, he her happiness would be an ampie comfound himself universally courted: to pensation, to deliberate in some in. footh his melancholy was the business Itances, is to comply a carriage was of a train of sycophants, to flatter provided, her flight was rather a preand amuse him the daily Hudy of a cipitate one ; she did however fly, and whole herd of dependants
before reflection resumed the reins, melancholy hung upon his foul that entered the great city with her exthey were no leis incapable of reliev. ulting lover. ing, than ignorant of the cause ; for The poor old couple no sooner be. in the moment that he ceased to weep came fenfible of their loss, than they for his generous fair one, he began to concluded their child was undoneApril, 1769