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Paynes Universal Chronicle Or Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1758, London, Middlesex PAYNE's O R WEEKLY G A Z E T T E. To be every S A T U R D A Price From July 2?, .to 29,. 1758^. The PAID a my old friend Ned Drugget his Ned trade with via very took houfe fome years dealt only make a rate having observed or he bowed down to at the entrance and every without to the and without the offers of. the His all quartern the by me I was welcome every form of Every If I did not feel misfortune it be taller than that dinner her matched ber gown at Mr. j for air and many a maiden who had and a with her auntin dazzled with cheap which and wondered had His often in a by Ladies who left coaches in next and crept through the Alley linen knows the rank of his and when he finds unwilling to invites them Up or retires them back I at of and imagined that as he His mind has the his When for the five I was only kept - long qui of- the After dinner came the commended - the of that he had been the the only Recreation was at door with a tne and look into the dinner was fent he beckoned for a him a neighbouring and he for fix years he invites opened and mut the at a certain me to if his own to regale with a fillet His foon extended from of i the to the and Mr. His neither made him uncivil nor was by every He role at the attended his and by every and bowed with the to his Ned only fame But for fome years he has thriving but as a manof inclined to talk of the fatigues of for he was remarkably neat in his and the confinement and and would wear his coat to that he had fo as to without his hat was always renewed his that he have without in without a With fuch in the of it was not very difficult for him to gain and the contemplation of the works Mils the only daughter Mr. Comfit the ' my friends Ned is He thought grown His wife had enough tg have a lodging in. the like tion with and his method of lifs was the Mercers oh and was very little except that he the to enjoy in the Iffel 1 This lodgers from the floor and took the whole was a to tie made He into his three years of the the He had by his but every night his own which But at laft to be a of was now From this lodging in the that he may fome July 24^-' the London nave quavers it feems 1r. at greater and was hours in the week from fays he always with money in his to luben a advances in life be loves to entertain up the of a or to buy the Stock of Bis thoughts a Trader who from He foon this feat of to his and was months to hire a as. his reputable and to - He had how a Shop and make the of. his elevation to the - with everything time had in- a I found him had with fragments at in a room which overlooked the yards of vaft bales of high with looking faded and of the which clouds of dull would His was foon celebrated through not fuffer him to He embraced told all accounts of the gained were they over the The be of is faid to blowhole my A. is oh one tiis h am the 14. the of this anA took out the bridge they over the u Headquarters taken the 7th very Prince Ferdinand has rifon three * i bridge of boats to be laid will be this There between a and a but without any General Fermer his as June Duke of Savoy's his tod of the with his ion the Duke of at Turin 2,5th.. ' a Mail from id for of the in which an attempt tb the The
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