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The ingenious Latin Poem De VULGI INCONSTANTIA, is too long to be inserted. The Proprietors of the British MAGAZINE, ever studious to oblige their Readers, wish it was in their power to comply with all the Hints of advice they have received from different Correspondents: but this is altogether impossible, the advices being in themselves fo contradictory. Such of them, however, as are practicable, and conäftent with the Plan of the work, shall be punctually followed in due season.
Variety of Mathematical Articles in our next.
SIR LAUNCELO'T GREAVES. [Continued. ]
CHA P. XV. particular reasons, which concerned Exhibiting an interview, which, it is
her peace, for retaining that disto be hoped, will intereft the curiosity
guise. Our adventurer submitted of the reader.
to this preliminary with a good
grace, as he had nothing in view * *HE mind of the de. but the injunctions of his order, and
A licate Aurelia was the duties of humanity; and he was th T i trangely agitated by admitted without further preamble.
the intelligence which When he entered the room, he me received, with her could not help being ftruck with
pocket - book, from the presence of Aurelia. Her ftaDolly. Confounded as she was by ture was improved fince he had seen the nature of her situation, she at her; her Mape was exquisitely form. once perceived that she could not, ed; and the received him with an with any regard to the dictates of air of dignity, which impressed him gratitude, reture complying with with a very sublime idea of her perthe request of Sir Launcelot; but, fun and character. She was no less in the first hurry of her emotion, affected at sight of our adventurer, The directed Dolly to beg, in her who, though cased in armour, apname, that the might be excused peared with his head uncovered ; for wearing a masque at the inter- and the exercise of travelling had view which he delired, as the bad thrown such a glow of health and February 1761.