Title: The Rambler: Saturday, July 14, 1750.
Publisher: J. Payne and J. Bouquet, London
Publication Date: 1750
(Numb. 34). 4to. Self-cover. Pp. 199-204. Near fine. Minor binding traces. Handsome decorative element at top of first page and large rubricated capital. Attractive, tight issue of this weekly edited by Dr. Johnson between 1750 and 1752. Johnson's essays as editor are considered models of style, language and reasoning. This particular example begins, "I have been censured for having hitherto dedicated so few of my Speculations to the Ladies.". Bookseller Inventory # 18161
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