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n's Go Monthly Intelligencer. .VOL.XXIII

III. For the Year 1753

MAGAZINE.
LONDON

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Tbefi ever na nor subject to Demys
Spread and grow brigbär by the Length of Days. Pope.

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VOL.XXII .
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PRE FACE.

F Wit and Learning be two of the greatest Ornaments that the People of any Country can boast, then every Thing that tends to their Production, Improvement, and Preservation, must be approved and encouraged

by all true Lovers of their Country. That our UNDERTAKING was originally calculated for this purpose, is manifest ; and from the increasing Sale of our MAGAZINE, and the compleat Sets daily called for, we fiatrer ourselves that we have succeeded better in the Execution of our Design, than any others who have gone upon a like Plan.

As we look upon ourselves in the Light of a Cook employed to dress a Dinner for a numerous Company of all Ranks in Life, and consequently of very different Taftes, we have sometimes been obliged to descend to what may have been, perhaps, thought too vulgar or low by some of our Readers ; but every one must see, that we have dealt less in this Sort of Cookery than any of our Rivals'; and accordingly we find, that our MAGAZINE is fought after chiefly by those of refined Taste and Judgment. To such we shall always be proud of doing any Thing that may

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