Monthly Magazine (Newspaper) - October 1, 1811, London, Middlesex Tim MONTHLY 218.] OCTOBER 1, 1811. of Vol. 32. loot write ambitious of nuking Copy and of their Opinions of influence tod the will with the of who either fUr ORIGINAL the Editor of the Monthly where she had been owing ' ' to some one of his family being unwell the time I was the small bed on which A. Moore had was in the A S many erroneous reports are in eolation respecting the celebrated Ann you may not prove unacceptable to your readers to adroit the following account of a visit to on the 15th' into your excellent you oblige as it will satisfy there were two doors in the one leading another apartment of ins and the other opening directly into the to prevent any communication with his servants during the time of Mr. the that hot only still son had seals placed ort the inner differs liltle appearance from so that no individual should pass or state I saw her in nearly eleven repass through it into the As my the woman was and aH sent I shall endeavour to lay before admittance be through the streetr the circumstances in the door Mr. Jackson with great ' exactly as they took - lie procured suitable persons to I relate the conversation I had as a for he was not willing Ann and the remarks admit such as were any ted or it may be first to inform connected with such as believed my Jackson produced went to see me the original book which contained Soon after J reached 'the names of persons who inquired for Mr. at composed the A male and whose house I female generally sat up and been confined sixteen days and were every four hours relieved by two ever taking the least persons taking their until solid Mr. J. assured the motive 'the sixteen days and nights were induced receive Ann Moore during which time no food was given to into an expectation in ' his own that the experiment would detect the imposition practised By the for he then believe Iter to be otherwise than a bad be had known her for many and thought well At my re- station I had with this I will of the sincerity of A. Moore's Jackson had her safely conveyed back to her own entering into further particulars respecting quest Mr. Jackson led me into the par * August 20f 1811. j It gives me to meet of a respectable to transmit the enclosed narrative for a place in your Magazine singularity of the case must give your numerous a peculiar interest in and on exactness and veracity of the narrator they may rely the fullest ' I Joshua Sir Richard No. 213. that in life appears very and understanding equally so. 1 requested a son of Mr. Jackson man about twenty to accompany me to Ann request he cheerfully On entering the room where Ann Moore 1 op to took her by the while feeling her which beat very I asked if she ever remembered to have seen looked stedfastly upon and 2D '