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For wifdom Hinry's rt And ev'ry adtion guides. Elle had his tongue ere now rcV What oft his eyes c«nfe««

For wifdom Hinry's rt And ev'ry adtion guides. Elle had his tongue ere now rcV What oft his eyes c«nfe««

f His captive paflion mourns Nor ever hopes fuccels- _. ,j Let Prudence then with u, y I". Break haughty .i ' Or Rciignation teach your 0,10 ' To bear what Fate ord" n< * , * Rifled how (hort our joy, 00 , How (hurt our life and ve * Soul-, though divided here » May meet, refin'
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
CONTENTS.

CONTENTS.

r °*A ti °m. The (ermon on that ent ' rc ioj. A fliort character cireumllantial detail of j, U °y» ' n a familiar humorous manr'c«i -,' ts folemuization at Oporto 'f ° P' accs t0 f cc coronation! 2. CS p° 'he Regalia ufed in the coro» Ur Kings and Queens 509.1 l b |' n fcflionof
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
LONDON CHRONICLE.

LONDON CHRONICLE.

The virtue of Roman Vitriol in the cure of ague*. THE this year being very wet towards the end of April, May. and the beginning of June, agues were more frequent in my neighbourhood than I have known them to thefe twen'y years. Mod them were happily cured by the cortex; but feve
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
_3ar.i, Quobtv i.

_3ar.i, Quobtv i.

(£*>* The Public are d fir'd to be ca-ejul to afk forth* B.v xvi C'h R onic ?? WEEKLY GAZE TTR fuhlijh'd hy V. POPE mid (."inp. ai the Proprietor, of the Bath Advei tiler (a SMur.iay'i Pafer) al- tcr'd their Day cf Publication to Thorfday, witm our Propofedt were fi<ft diftribut
1 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
DAMON and PHILLIS:

DAMON and PHILLIS:

A Dialoove, imitated fiem Horaci. Damon. WHILE Damon wat happy in Fhtlti' good Grace, And Phiißt neer vielded to CWRni Embrace, What Pleaftn-e, what Tranfport was lodg'd in my Breaft ; Sure, King Gtirgt, mighty Monarch, wae ne'er hall (b bled. Phillis. -* • While in Domom'i A_&a
1 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 

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The QUEEN,

The QUEEN,

In her R©yat Robes, (on her Head, a Circlet ol Gold, adorned witb Jewels) the B. lhop of Lincoln fuoporting her Majefty on the Right, and tin Bifhop ot Norwich on the Left , going under a Canopy home by Sixteen Barons ol "the Cinque Petri | Gentlemen Pcnfionert going on tht On.
1 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Ccrmanp.

Ccrmanp.

Macdbbwrgh, Sept. 19. The Ruffian Fleer have ar-am begun to bombard Colherg ; and Ge- neral Romanzow cannonaded the Duke of Wur- tcmbei-g in hit Camp from tbe 4th to the 9th, but with very little Etfecl. Letters liom Gl.igni confirm the Account of the Baggage of the Ruffian Army
1 October 1761 - Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette - Bath, Somerset, England
 
Eloisa or, A Series of original letters, collided and published by J. J. Rousseau Translated from the French. In 4 vols 12 o. 12 s. Becket.

Eloisa or, A Series of original letters, collided and published by J. J. Rousseau Translated from the French. In 4 vols 12 o. 12 s. Becket.

rpHere cannot be a more difficult tafk -*■ than to convey a jufl idea of a per formance, where the elocution, fire, ienfibility, refinement, and paradoxical humour of the author, conllitute its principal ornaments and blemifhes. Roufieau the common aids of plot, incident, and co
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
*■ oecafioned by INCIDENT, fat of Willi am Shenstone, Ejq\ U Mr DODSLEY. v fliall I fix my wandr'ng eye

*■ oecafioned by INCIDENT, fat of Willi am Shenstone, Ejq\ U Mr DODSLEY. v fliall I fix my wandr'ng eye

where find VN j *h' mchantment ? dwells it in v'h- or movcs 'here not a magic wand tra n(lucent waters Sure, unfeen, v °uring power duetts the happy lines C beauties, wc the riling hills, l^e ' es t0 Nature's fineft forms, '•4 ""determin'd, infinite; untaught Cnm yet fupremely f
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract of a letter from an officer of the regulars, dated July 10

Extract of a letter from an officer of the regulars, dated July 10

eturned to Fort Prince George from the Cherokee mountains, >e ' near weeks under all the imaginable^—The Royal \ lei's than ufual in the affair of ot h of June, at Cowowee. —We upon the long march, our ' 'ipht infantry, and the Royal ill l order of march all along from —When the
1 October 1761 - The Scots Magazine - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland