Printed for W. Wilkins at the Post-House under Will's Coffee-house, Covent-Garden; and sold by W. Graves, at the Black Spread Eagle in Pater-Noster-Row; and J. Graves in St. James's Street; where letters and advertisements are taken in,
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Imprint from colophon; imprints lack dates.
Years of publication from dates of issues.
Some issues dated according to Lady Day dating.
Imprints vary somewhat; later booksellers' names include: T. Griffiths, J. Roberts, W. Chetwood, A. Dodd, and J. Peele.
Note below title: To be continued every Monday and Friday.
Most numbers have classical quotation below title.
Price appears at foot of first column of text.
Printed in two columns on folio half-sheet; text begins with factotum initial.
Essays on philosophy, morals, politics, health, classical literature--no. 339 being a translation of Pindar's 'First Olympionique' or Ode to the hero of Syracuse. Includes a series of miscellanies and another meditations on the evils of drink.
Description based on: Numb. I (Monday, March 24, 1718); title from caption.
No more published; author announces his retirement in no.350 (28 July 1721).
350 v ; 33 cm. (fol.).
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