Craftsman Or Say's Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - June 17, 1775, London, Middlesex The or S 3C S.A T U R D JUNE 17, 1775. by T. NARRATIVE of tit CASE of Mr. DANIEL a pamphlet Evans in the Y the printed narrative it that about the month of 1770, he was to Mrs. Rudd known by the name of that he at length much attached to that flie appeared to much em bar in her for fhe borrowed money from him times; and finding ihe was for he conceived her to be much involved in and to withdraw from any further connection j at which flie appeared iduch and in treated him to her ' which me faid amounted to about 400I. him that ihe would exert her by her future and his to requite him for fuch Angular That having now imbibed a great degree of affection for he unhappily acquiesced and from that time had every be Iter 03 and apparent he was not Mrs Rudd had a but about the month of October jhe was alarmed at being had been enquiring far when flie that her was a drunken who had her great that ihe hid been Compelled to claim the protection of the and that her had induced him to She appeared ly of Mr. Rudd's and Mr. protection and in order to render her as as he removed her to ether where Ihe until the by which time her had quitted the and Miy Perreau then - received into his own where ' under the name of ' flie often took to of her particularly of her uncle | to be a gentleman of fortune the North She alfo frequently Mr. James of as a and to whom fhe was under the particularly for his protection j the of her but frequently j great having loft this valuable friend explaining the the month of 1771, Mrs. brought me my elded daughter an event whether Ihe had any debts unknown it the natare of I had lately as he would from any jl I opened and found it to contain a he me to permit her to card from Mr. Mrs. ufe my and the appearance my him with the and oa this condition Mr. J. Adair had The card contained redetermined to give her a pretty little fortune unintelligible that J and that as uncle Stewart to as well as the her to a very her which made mily in with whom fhe had hitherto me think it probable it was really from Mr. been Mr. J. Adair that when fhe had been fo and bear the character of my he could then bring her again acquainted with his lady by which means the be able to form proper and to enter again into genteel motives of affection to Mrs. and gratitude to Mr. J. I was induced to with his and period latter end of 1772) publicly called Mrs. Rudd my I acquainted my brother with the which induced me fo to for he was not ignorant of the bar the of a union 'the reft of my acquaintance I left to we were actually To I in the of Mr. James I thought it very extraordinary who was fo frequent ia his always the time when I was from This noticed to Mrs. and frequently intimated to that I malice her who highly on me to introduce my felf * fen red Mrs. or the filler of Mrs. to that to make in order This occurrence for marks of but Mrs. gaye me fome which was aggravated often heard that before my connection fhe with afforded her more comedy or novel ihe This determined me upon i Mr. unknown to which I did the next Mr. Salvador when I told him my him to explain the meaning of his card j and all the I could procure that the meaning of his card was only to Mrs. Rudd would inform him how to direct to her aa he wanted much write to I ' that as I ihe had no which he did not feem to believe and as I found all his exceedingly I took my After this interview I Mrs. Rudd would explain the affair to me. She declared fhe never had any connection or with Mr. Salvador fince fhe became connected with that fhe the matter had originated fhe re- my that I truly 10 cap 5ar prevented Mr. John is. Rudd's to find Mrs. told that lamented la legal In the fummer of the year 1772, who I u to be M arrived us and great in fo comfortable a her lived in the molt irregular and it as his that it was ble he ever come tv arrival of Mrs. Rudd frequently told me had eat hopes of being to the of Mr. James and that her had been by Mr. J. to bring the houfe of a merchant in the and that Mr. Jn. Adair Adair would meet there in t&e Mrs. Rudd accordingly went with Stewart to Mr. who J found was a cf hers on her return ihe told fho lud the interview with Mr. James who * ' irJK the her in Pall-mall after Mr. Stewart returned to Ireland and Mrs Rudd told that Mr. James had but flayed only ftr a fhe alfo frequently fhe had him in her and that he warmly in her telling he would take the opportunity to her her uncle in fuCh a manner as would be to It appears to me Mr. to have been at this period that Mrs. Rudd began to horrid plan of Kas overwhelmed me with In July 1772, fhe produced 500I. Mr. James Adair had brought her that fum telling that be was directed topay it to herby her uncle who had informed that it was a legacy left by her grandmother in trull to to her whenever he perceived fhe was able to joy without from her Three four months ihe produced about 400I. which fhe faid from which Mr. J. Adair had made telling that he frequently gave the child a which fhe to be meant as a genteel mode of favours on Mrs. Rudd now told that Mr. J. Adair was frequent in his and that he repeatedly r her then was a matter of or fhe that no had received her bo would Rudd prevented by that Mr. James Adair had always charged her to forbid as fhe valued the continuance of his good offices that he had determined to avoid an interview with until he had finally fulfilled his intentions to us and our when he intended to fix a time for our mutual introduction to each after which he hoped we live on terms of the molt friendly This appeared to me an extraordinary piece of delicate Angularity as fhe indited that he was fixed in his I from my bjt fervently for the time to when I have an opportunity to pay forne part of the debt I owed to fo valuable a as I conceived Mr. James Adair to In of that fummer Mrs. Rudd's I had a as flie brought me word that Mr. J. Adair had told her that it was j her uncle's order that fhe have one built for as he to be the beginning and meant to make ufe of it to return I where he in tended to take Mrs. and introduce her to that part of her 1 family with whom fhe had hitherto been - | In October 1772, Mrs. Rudd brought me j during her confinement fhe told me that Mr. James Adair frequently that he I i at the child might have his ff and to be a At fhe he would it left a knowledge a might be to Mrs. I therefore gave the child the name of conceiving filch a compliment could not be to her When Rudd got up me that her uncle had to introduce her to her relations in Scotland before he came to and had ordered her to give the meeting at She foon after informed me that Mr. Adair had undertaken to the expences of that I might not be put to aAy and produced about 300I. which fhe faid Mr. Adair had her I letters from Mrs. after her arrival in wherein fhe great at the reception her by hex uncle and the reft of her friends and among fhe particularly mentioned Lady Agnew and her as nearly related to Lord Mrs. Rudd's flay in Scotland the i found 6f unravelling the - In 177^, Mrs. Rudd informed with that Mr. James Adair had found this affair originated from fome wicked who were her fhe did not continue a familiarity with fince fhe had taken the name of Mrs. and as fhe now me we were perfectly I in the good opinion of our worthy I made happy that this affair had I taken fo favourable a J July fhe told that Mr. J. Adair was to go to Ireland upon that he hid left a confidential in j who was to receive about from different 1 which fum Mr. James Adair had directed j him to pay to Mrs. but that fhe was not to i receive fhe was in receiving j the like fum from Mr. Kerr or a factor in who owed the money to Mr. J James and had to pay it to Mrs. j in ten Mrs. Rudd being frequently called out of fhe told me it was to to Mr. ho often called concerning this fhe alfo to Mr. James Adair's houfe in family being out of to with on the before-mentioned told me that fhe had little to hope Robert would be able to get the and that her whole dependence was on Mr. She did not receive this money from either of the During the time Mrs. Rudd was engaged concerning the fhe informed that Mr. or had once offered her notes for the one of which happened Salvador's for 500I. not then due j but that Mr. Robert would not receive them without confuting Mr. William Adair that fhe went William Adair's office with and Adair her to go with the note as it he - Mr. would require but to a lady he would make a point of giving the Mrs. Rudd me fhe did that Mr. Salvador could not pay tbe He fhe took that opportunity to enquire after her not knowing to be the identical he had been ufed to a few years She informed me after that fhe was to avoid Mr. Salvador's which had fince her interview with him been frequent both by notes and and fhe was at laft obliged to Robert the had avowed tht author of the anonymous fetters before-mentioned that had great inveteracy and as his letters hitherto been he now openly appeared to the truth of what had been therein She in this con told me a long of the horrid of Mr. Robert and of the cruel manner in which he had ufed her faying he was the her having formerly of Mr. James and other being reduced to the flate of in which fhe was when my acquaintance fu ft commenced with As I always gave implicit credit to what fhe I regarded Mr. Robert Adair in and her to make Mr. Adair immediately acquainted with the particulars of his This fhe afterwards informed me fhe had and that James Adair was determined to have no farther connection with fo bad a mani I now grew exceedingly I was not permitted to the acknowledgments fo as I to Mr. James I mentioned fhe me that he had told her the affair with Mr. Robert Adair him to defer our introduction that the of his family made it to favours to us and our as much as and that it was we remain another year in upon his allowance of 800I. per In 1773, Mrs. Rudd had a fit of which me to remove her zo where we till middle cf About fhe toid me that Mr. James been again made very on our by an letter to his which acquainted him with his father's fhe that Mr. James Adair had directed her to fend a letter to fb that he whether her then was a matter tn which fhe induce her to from and that as fhe had one child by and was at that time pregnant with it was to any degree of reputation in any other than her then Mr. J. as fhe - tion edified to it was his intention to gtve 2S t dready had and alfo to do for the one me then pregnant with to LS Rudd and enjoy the red thereof during our T ' 2 time acquainted me j. Adair had often her to uncle Stewart accompany any other per fon except Mr. John who has been already After Mrs. Rudd's return to I was made exceedingly unhappy by her fears of the of Mr. James Adair her fhe from having been acquainted that Mr. James Adair had received anonymous letters tending to traduce her character and In fhe we were as totally unworthy his After fome faid that Mr. Adair had many of the in to be void of if be found the reft to be equally he would Comply with his incur thh time 1 received many by the containing to the of Mrs. Other letters required fum of money to a of to me and others that copies of the had been fent Mr. James but as none had any name I the malicious inveteracy and my confidence was fo tooted ia her fidelity and that I utterly regarded ' ' 1*o one of the I gave a little more attention this was brought by the to Mrs. happened to be at home and when it was five but when fhe Mr. James Adair to go to Mr. to prevail on him to from fuch which fhe faid he I never afterwards heard more of Mr. Salvador's writing or Mrs. Rudd informed me that Mr. James Adair to me in and that he had with Mr. William Adair concerning who had agreed to him upon with a fum for that as fhe Mr. James Adair could without creating much and to his advance a capital out of his own About this time fhe produced 150'!.'faying it was to pay for the coach that had been made near a year Her fhe the of ordering her to a coach for but intended it for us j that Mr. James Adair we might ufe and he would make an 800I. per until his of fixing me in be carried into marks of Mr. James Adair's but it cannot be wonderful that I believe when it is con that my confidence muft have been confirmed fo as to be little liable to be by as I afterwards j allowance of 800I. per annum was larly paid to who regularly produced me the fums me that In Rudd rhat Mr might receive it at the of would my note for 560!. or lend me that and to fay it for the of her uncle Stewart with he had her to The meaning of Mr. James Adair's directing her to if Mrs. or his hear of any money matters between him and he be better able to make their minds by faying this was the Mrs. Rudd accordingly wrote a letter of this which her give to a and order to take it to and fhe afterwards told me that Mr. James Adair had approved of what fhe had In this artful manner did Mrs. Rudd by fo a man whom his infatuated affection had In the month of February or 1774, fhe began to more dangerous She now told me that Mr. James Adair determined to render me of trie money frd meant to give us and our and that for this it was Mr. James Adair's orders I fill up a bond for 5000I. payable to me fix months after in which his fnend Mr. Adair would join with Not perfectly this I got Mr. to a which I gave to Mrs. and in a day or returned executed by James and William and by Arthur Jones arid Hart the of fhe was Mr. William the other his upper About of March Mr. John of- who I to be alfo a of Mrs. introduced to our and often delivered Mrs. Rudd letters from Lady family in From the time Mrs. Rudd from the to her friends in fhe regularly received letters from them by the many of which fell into my and I found them to be exceedingly and other with whom fhe had become acquainted in frequently at our houfe 9 all which to render her deceptions and of the month of Match 1774^ I that Rudd had been recommended in the manner by Mr. James to Mr. William who had undertaken to be agent for the gentleman in our prevent future his She faid than the gentleman had to aid his own to of Mr. James urged to repair the ill fhe hdd received from his Robert The latter end of April 1774,' Mrs. Rudd brought me daughter was up delivered me a letter from Mr. William directing me to give houfe in and take Mrs. Rudd into the faying at fame time that Mr. William Adair me. to return the Joint bond for 5000I. a was taken to place me in the banking iri the couffe of this and that William Adair to procure me a feat in therefore be obliged to collect hV I delivered the bond to William Adair's and I fee returned it to I removed inro the Rudd produced which fhe faid Mr. James Adair had her that an addition of plate might be made to our When we had Mrs. me it was Mr. William Adair's directions to continue the houfe in at a weekly as it would be more convenient for him to meet r.