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To be Continued. (Price Six-Pence each month.}

Containing, (Greater Variery, and more in Quantity, iban any Monthly Book of ibe fame Price.)

1, Account of the Apprenuce.

XXV. Huxlan on Antimony.

11. Dr. Whytt of Sensibility, &c.

XXVI. Story of a King of Egypt.

III, Derby thire Quacks exposed,

XXVII. Original Letter from Wales.

IV, Story of a Pils-Prophet.

XXVIII. POETRY. Elegy in a Winter's

V. Curious Recipe.

Day ; Ode to Love ; to Mr. Murphy; by

VI, Our Right to Nova Scotia.

Mr. Rider i Isabel; New Year's Ode;

VII. Proposal, by a Lady.

to a Lady, with Dudley's Memorirdum

VIII. Flintshiie described.

Book ; Prologue and Epilosue in the Apo

IX. The JOURNAL of a Learned and Po- prentice, a new Song, tet to Malick, and

litical C L UI, &c. continued : Contain- a Minuet.

ing the SPEECHES of P. Furius Philus XXIX. The MONTALY CHPENOLOOER :

and C. Numifius on the Bili for a Night- Petition for a Bridge profenced ; River

ly-Watch for Bristol.

loft ; phenomenon in Westmoreland

X. Sad Effets of Luxury.

more Earthquakes ; Advices from me

XI. Man's Superiority to Brutes.

List of Sheriffs ; Notoriou; Cheat;

XII. Obfervations on the Marriage Act. to restore Iron Furnaces ; Cure for the

XIU. Account of a Coal that never (mokes. Dropsy ; Semons at the Old-Bailey, Files,

XIV. „Simple Carriages,

Execution, &c. &c. &c.

XV. Rerentment and Revenge diferent. XXX. Marriages and Births, Deaths, Pro-

XVI. Of Tinmouth Carle.

motions, Bankrupts.

XVII. Servants (poiled by their Masters. XXXI. Alterations in the Liit of Parliament.

XVIII. Vanity of Ancestry.


XIX. Pedigree of a Footman.

XXXIII. A Catalogue of Books.

XX. Satire on extravagant Nearnesi.

XXXIV. Letter from the French Secretary

XXI. Account of the Britiðh Anuerica.

of State to Mr. Fox, with his Antior.

XXII. New-England settled.

XXXV. Scheme for raising two Millions.

XXII. Of the Plan of Lisbon.

XXXVI. Prices rf Stock.

XXIV. Affecting Diftress.

XXXVII, Monthly Bill of mortality.

With a Corre&t Map of FLINTSHIRE, a Plan of LISRON and Map of its Environs,
and a beautiful Prospect of TINMOUTH CASTLE, elegantly engraved on Cepler.

LONDUN: Printed for R. BALDWIN, at the Role in laci- Noner-key;
Of wiiom may be had, compleae sees from tbe Vear 1733 to this time, rieatly Lound, or

Stitch'd, or any lingle Month to cornpleat Sets.

C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.

CCOUNT of the Apprentice


3 Servants spoiled by their superiors


Remarks on the performers 4 Inconveniencies from the present race of

And on the farce



Dr. Whytt of fenfibilitý, &c. ibid. Vanity of ancestry


Haller's insensible parts of the body ibid. Story from a French novelling


Account of Derbyshire quacks

6 Pedigree of a footman


Story of a piss.prophet

ibid. Extravagant neatness satirized 28

Coripus recipe of a white witch 7

And ill effects of ic


Representation of our right to Nova-Sco- Elegant, yet clieap furniture


ibid. Account of the British America ibid.

Proposal of a publick spirited lady 8 Settlement of New-England

A description of Flintthire

ibid. Success of the settlers

JOURNAL of the Proceedings and Debates Religious contentions there


in the Political CLUB, &c. continued of the country about Lisbon ibid.

9-15 An affecting scene of diftress


SIECH of P. Furius Philus, on the bill And relief afforded


to establih a nightly watch for Bristol Huxham's observations on antimony 34


To make vinum antimonii


Contention between the magistracy and Distress of a king of Egypt



9 His remarkable answer


Form of government in Bristol

Original letter from Wales


A kind of oligarchy

ibid. POETRY. The novice, set to musick 36

But originally otherwise

A minuet


And how altered

ibid. Elegy, in a winter's day


Too much power not to be delegated 12 Ode to love


The inhabitants should have the govern- To Mr. Murphy, by Rider


ment of the watch

ibid. Isabel


SPEEC# of C. Numifius in defence of the Cibber's New-year's ode



13 To a lady with a memorandum-book 39

Bristol made a city by Henry VIII. ibid. Prologue and epilogue to the apprentice

Eulogium on the magistrates



Reasons for the government of the watch The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER 41

by the magiftrates

ibid. Leure from M. Rouillé to Mr. Fox, with

Dreadful effects of luxury


;'lis answer

45, 46

In the ruin of kingdoms

ibid. Ways to raise the two millions

And the subversion of Greece

16 City's petition for a bridge presented. 47

Virtue of ancient Britons

ibid. Seffions at the Old-Bailey


Sadly degenerated

ibid. A notorious cheat detected


Animated speech of Cato

Dropsy cured by salt water


Superiority of man to brutes ibid. Method to restore cast iron furnaces ibid.

And excellency of his make

18 River lost


Observations on the marriage act ibid. Phenomenon in Westmoreland ibid.

Low people cannot be married by licence More earthquakes



Advices from America

Uncertainty of marriages being valid ibid. List of Meriffs


Of the matter of licences

Fires, execution

41, 42

And registering

ibid Marriages and births


Hardships of the clergy from the act 21 Deaths


Account of an uncommon coal in Ireland Ecclesianical preferments


ibid. Promotions civil and military


Which never (mokes

Alterations in the list of parliament ibid.

Dr. Mead's sentiments of it. ibid. Persons declared bankrupts


Simple carriages in Ireland




Neal and clean fires

ibid. Prices of stocks and grain ; wind, wea-

Refentinent and revenge different 24



Account of Tiomouth cattle

ibid. Monthly bill of mortality


If wbar Contemplator mentions be a; proved of, it fall be inserird. S. T.'s favour is 766

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Scotchman, Irishman, and other mem-
Some Account of the new Farce called the bers of the Spouting. Club,

APPRENTICE, interspersed wiib Catchpole, a bailiff.
Remarks on tbe Piece and ibe Performers. Porter, watchmen, &c.

HIS performance A& I. The farce opens with a scene

is intended as a sa- between Wingate and Simon, by which
tire on those young it appears that Dick has eloped fiom his
mechanicks, who a master, and been missing above a montli


neglect the busi- Wingate suspe&s Simon to be in the plot,
ness of their trade but at last finding he can make nothing of
to attend to the him, sends him to fetch his master. Si-
diversions of the mon goes out, but soon returns with a
Aage ; to ridicule letter, which, he says, the post brouglic

prentice kings and to the door just as he was going out. handicraft Cragedians; and is indeed very This proves to be a formal cpifle from well calculated, in the words of the pro

Ebenezer Broadbrim, a quaker at Briilogue,

B col, informing Wingate that his son came

there with a company of Itrollers, who To check these heroes, and their laurels

were taken up by the magistrate, and crop,


committed as vagabonds to jail : But that To bring them back to reason and their

Ebenezer had taken Dick out of conBut we cannot help observing, that if finement, and sent him up to town in the the satire had come from any other hand waggon. By the time Wingate has read than that of a person who is himself on this letter arrives Gargle, who tells him the stage, the players would probably c Dick is below stairs, " Where, says he, have looked on the piece as an affront to I judged it proper to leave himn till I had their profession. The characters repre. prepared you for his reception.” For fented are :

which purpose Gargle harangues WinWingate, a paffionate old fellow, a gate in the language of a true apothecary, great mifer, and ridiculously fund of prescribes lenitives, gentle alteratives, the arithmetick.

loss of 20 ounces of blood, with a ce. Dick, his son, bound to an apothecary, phalic tin&ture.

This enrages Wingate and mad after plays, in love with Char- still more, and tho' Gargle affures him 'lotte.

D « Infiammatories may be dangerous," he Gargle, Dick's master.

continues in a violent passion, Charlotte, daughter to Gargle, in love midst of his fury enters Dick, who throws with Dick.

himself into an attitude, and in a tragedy Simon, servant to Gargle.

tone says to Wingate, fiom Hamiler, January, 1956.

In the



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