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literary and printers' slang for magazine.
to talk; hence magpie. To mag  in thieves' slang is to talk well and persuasively.
a halfpenny.—Ancient CantmakeMegs  were formerly guineas.—B. M. Carew. Make , the old form, is still used by schoolboys in Scotland. “Not a blessed mag !” would be the phrase of a cadger down on his luck to express his penniless state.