Rambler

Rambler, a periodical containing essays by Johnson in the Spectator vein, issued in 1750-52, but written in that “stiff and cumbrous style which,” as Professor Saintsbury remarks, “has been rather unjustly identified with Johnson's manner of writing generally.”

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Râmâyana * Rambouillet, Marquise de
Rajon, Paul Adolphe
Rajput
Rajputana
Rakoczy March
Rakshasas
Raleigh, Sir Walter
Ralston, William Shedden
Râma
Ramadan
Râmâyana
Rambler
Rambouillet, Marquise de
Rameau, Jean Philippe
Rameses
Ramillies
Rammohun Roy
Ramsay, Allan
Ramsay, Allan
Ramsay, Edward Bannerman
Ramsbottom
Ramsden, Jesse

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Baker, William
Dalrymple, David
Flexman, Roger, D. D.
Johnson, Samuel [1709–1737]
Knolles, Richard
Richardson, Samuel
Sanderson, Dr. Robert
Sannazarius, James
Trimmer, Sarah