Tourists and Sunday ramblers on the village streets; a conversational rambler.
By the public the Rambler was at first very coldly received.
Since the Rambler had ceased to appear, the town had been entertained by a journal called the World, to which many men of high rank and fashion contributed.
Sometimes a rambler in the wood was attracted by the sound of my axe, and we chatted pleasantly over the chips which I had made.
I, 1713), Steele, Addison, Berkeley, Pope, Tickell, Budgell, &c.; Rambler (March 20, 1750 to March 14, 1752), Johnson; Adventurer (Nov.
The Idler may be described as a second part of the Rambler, somewhat livelier and somewhat weaker than the first part.