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T HE Proprietors of the British MAGAZINE
might be deemed deficient, in point of Gratitude, lhould they let slip this Opportunity of the New Year, to express their warm Acknowledgments for the favourable Reception with which this Work has been indulged by the Public.
Encouraged by this Indulgence, they will grudge no Trouble, they will spare no Expence, in their Endeavours to render it still more useful and entertaining; and they hope the candid Part of Mankind will own, that the British MAGAZINE has a peculiar Claim to their Approbatiòn, enriched as it is with a great Variety of Original Pieces ; besides the Prosecution of four intirely new Works, continued from Number to Number, in the separate Articles, intituled,
The Adventures of Sir LAUNCELOT GREAVES;