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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS To CORRESPONDENTS.
M. of taking Turtle Doves between Gnatia and Taranto, in the Two Sicilies, is received, and shall be particularly attended to. -
Refle&tions on the Incestuous and Immoral Praaice of making Bulls in England, communicated by a Lady, shall also be particularly noticed.
Account of the Dog-Eaters in Casalnuovo, with a Confirmation, by Sir William Hamilton, is received.
Natural History of the Wolf, including an Account of the various Methods which have been taken to rid the World of so rapacious an Invader, deserves our best acknowledgments.
A. B. offers to take the odds whether a certain young Prisoner is to be a Duke or no Duke, and defires us to calculate those odds: but we beg leave to decline the attempt, and refer the Enquirer to the Office of Arms. Had Dr. Price, who so exaëtly calculated the chances of a Widow’s marrying a second time, been existing at this hour, he might have been able to have obliged A. B.
making his way between coaches,
carto, and through every description of horse and foot, he at
length broke view, by gaining the cow ER T, and soon gave the com
pany upon the hill a pleasing gratification, then but little expe&ted, by leading the ch as E over the open part of the forest, in view, when regaining the opposite woods, they continued to run him half an hour, then taking soil, they drew off the hounds, and left him to enjoy his ease, under an idea that they were to draw for, and take him with a good run on the following morning, when the temporary Nimrods were safé with Mr. Somnus, in the metropolis.