The Conjuror’s Magazine, 1: 9 (April 1792) p.368.


B. returns L. thanks for the civil expressions in his letter, and informs him he has taken Mr. Pitt’s nativity at the given time.

Mr. Gilbert begs Miss A. or Peter, to assume her own rank; for they are as much apprentices in the dirty street they date from, as they are Tartar banditti. She is more likely to be never an evening out of a rout. The request of a system of Astrology in the Magazine cannot be complied with. He will take pleasure for nothing, because it pays itself; but certainly not trouble.

Those who wish to be taught—if personally agreeable to him, and will also liberally make it worth his while, he will teach.