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Embellished with COPPER-PLATES, Satirical, Political, and
Scientifical, from ORIGINAL DESIGNS.
Members of the University of OxPOR D.
V O L U ME VI.
L O N D ON:
J. Coote, at No. 16, in Pater-nofter-row, London; Meff. FLETCNA
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***The Oxford Magazine; For JANUARY, 1771.
For the OXFORD MAGAZINE.
THE CENSOR. NUMBER VIII.
the ulual confequences of great na- conduct, which might be supposed ci-
PRESENTATIVES of the people, who But such serious and regular advances know the odds at every point of the towards a general reforination of man- game at whift, yet are silent through ners, can never be expecter, while ignorance, when a tax is proposed those particular orders of men amongst which in its consequences may ruin us, from whom we look for, at least an whole colonies, and to which, if they external deportment, fuitable to the understood political arithmetic, they facred aud 'folemn characters with would never give an asenting votewhich they are invested, endeavour in MAGISTRATES, who are in league their dress, and public demeanour to with woans and gamblers, and gain deceive and mislead our judgment, by their daily subsistance by nocturnal ina throwing off those distinctions in the dulgences to riot, luft, and fraudthe one, and that grave, fedate turn of in fine, an innumerable host of trades mind and convertation in the other, men and mechanics, the would-be fine which were designed to point them out gentlemen of the town, who ape tlieis to us, as objects of conitant veneration fuperiors, and politely turn the frugaacidi efteem ; and to put us on the lity, fobriety, industry, and fimpli