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Nullius addictus jurare in verba magiftri,
THE FOURTEENTH EDITION.
Printed by A. Sirahan, Printers-Street,
For J. Johnson, G. G. and J. Robinson, W. Otridge and Son,
54 A death-bed the true school of wisdom. The effects of
55 The gay widow's impatience of the growth of her
daughter. The history of miss May-pole.
56 The neceffity of complaifance. The Rambler's grief for
61 A Londoner's vifit to the country.
62 A young lady's impatience to see London.
63 Inconftancy not always a weakness.
The views of women ill
80 Variety neceffary to happiness. A winter fcene.
81 The great rule of action. Debts of juftice to be distin-
86 The danger of succeeding a great author: An introduc-
tion to a criticism on Milton's verfification.
87 The reasons why advice is generally ineffectual.
88 A criticism on Milton's-verfification. Elifions dangerous
98 The neceffity of cultivating politeness.
104 The original of flattery. The meanness of venal praife. 293
NUMB. 54. SATURDAY, September 22, 1750.
Truditur dies die,
Noveque pergunt interire lune;
Locas fub ipfum funus, et fepulchri
Day preffes on the heels of day,
To the RAMBLER.
HAVE lately been called from a mingled life of bufinefs and amufement, to attend the laft hours of an old friend; an office which has filled me, if not with melancholy, at least with ferious reflections, and turned my thoughts towards the contemplation of thofe fubjects, which, though of the utmost importance, and of indubitable certainty, are generally fecluded from our regard, by the jollity of health, the hurry of employment, and even by the calmer diverfions of