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THE Idler having omitted to distinguish the Essays
of his Correspondents by any particular signature, thinks it neceffary to inform his Readers, that from the ninth, the fifteenth, thirty-third, forty-Second, fifty-fourth, fixty-seventh, seventy-sixth, seventy-ninth, eighty-second, ninety-third, ninety-fixth, and ninetyeighth Papers be claims no other praise than that of having given them to the Publick.
I D L E R.
“ Duplex libelli dos eft, quod risum movet,