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British Journal (Newspaper) - October 10, 1730, London, Middlesex Thurfday 7 Night a Glafier at Hackney who was at the Point of having Ibme Words with a Jiangd himfelf in his The died at her Houfe in Bkrk the famous Mother well known among the raking young Quality Saturday Morning early the Houfe oF the ow Moore in Shoemaker Row was roke by a who endeavoured to cut the old Womans Throat but being in the dark cut her the which waked and he endeavouring to defend her Fingers were fadly cut who crying out Thieves and he ftabbd her very deep in the arid made leaving his Knife and Chifiel Monday Morning a Fire broke out at Apothecary in the by the StillHead flying but was fbon ftifled by The fame Day the Weftminfter Ferry with a two and fe veral was forced into Chelfea antf it was feveral Hours before they could get On Tuefday and belonging to Efq in were burnt to the and the Damage computed at Seffions for Middlefex begins at Hickss Hall on and for London on Wed WednefHay were executed at Tyburn f Nicholas Ringdell and Samuel Armftrong j T homas Griffiths was Thurfday Morning about 11 a Fire broke out on board the Martborough at lately arrived from Fort George in the Eaft which burnt her down to the when he She had a large young valued at foo Guineas Bags of qoTons of Red Tis fuppofed to have begun by a Perfbn in the Hold mending Saltpetre and letting a Snuff of Candle fall the Flames fet a Houfe on bat was loon Letters from Briftol are full of a villain ous Piece of Roguery perpetrated againft George by a Gang of who had fbme Time ago fent and1 droppd feyeral Letters di rected to threatening to deftrey him and his two if he did notnfend them a Quantity of Guineas and on Sunday lylorning between ix and i they put their dreadful Menaces in fey fetting Fire to fome Combuftibles in a which immediately fpread wirh fuch Violence as to cbnfume his fine Houfe on Auguftins Back to the hardly leaving him and his Family Time to efcape out of tho they ran almoft This put the City in a very great Confter nation and what is very furprifing the Gentleman has had another Letter from his invifible that they Spectators of the and forry they did not fee him burned in it that tho they were disappointed in this they would find Means to ac eomplifli their End that the Per fbns taken as mentioned in the News Were entirely Several Perfons are taken into for acting in or their is riot certain Packer had Men to but fome were and fome It is faid he was near confenting to their to be out of but was Aged Convulfion Dropfy Fever 71 Small Pox Stillborn Teeth Chriftned Males Females Buried Males Females Increafed in the Burials Whereof have llnder Two Years of Age rTwo and Five Five and Ten Ten arid Twenty Twenty and Thirty Between Thirty and Fory Forty and Fifty Fifty and Sixty Sixty and Seventy Seventy and Eighty and Ninety Ninety and upwards i Prices of GOO DS at Wheat to 17 per Quarter Rye iz to Barley 19 to Oats fL HorfeBeans x4 to Hog Peas 16 to BoHing Peas 11 to Pale Malt to Brown Malt 19 Tares 10 to Coals to 16 Old Hops to per Hundred New Hops 40 to RapeSeed to South Sea 10 i Ditto Annuities 108 7 Ditto Bonds Bank 143 Ditto Circulation Million Bank India 189 i Ditto Bonds Royal Ex change Aflurance London ditto n 7 York Buildings i African Three per 97 i Englifli Copper double Ditto Welch BOOKS Printed and Sold by P E L E zi6 19 39 ZO 9 at Lockes Head in The Hiftory of the Conqueft of W the Tranllated from the Original Spanilfr of Secretary and Hiftoriographer to his Catholick Twnfafd Pfc Adored with Cuts engraved by the beft Handsard Effigies of Cortet the Sfanijb an original of By V E R T U E Catos that were formerly publiffied in the London and Journals with a ing an Anfwer to the moft popular Obj eft inns to and 3 Charafler of Eiq in 4 Pocket The Independent The Editibn An Hiftorical 4nd Critkal Aecptinc oY rhe frffe and Writings of WILLIAM Chancellor of the Church of whepein a e infertcd feveral Original Letters that eminent never before By DES MAT The Two Letters which the Editor of Mr CHILLING WORTHS has thought fit omit in the Edition lately publifhyd and of which fo juft Complaint has been made in the Lindon Jour nal of the nth of Mjcb in of his Life and There is Edition of The INDEPENDENT WHTGr a Defence of Primitive and of out Ecplefiaftical againft the exrravaganr Claims and Incroachmcnts of and Difaffeded Witk Dedication to the Lower Hoafe of Convocation Printed for at n Paternofler Where may be had CA TOs T T E R which were publifhd in the London and Bitijb With a in Anfwer to the moft popular Objeaions to thefe In 4 Pocket The Pofthumous Works of JOHN TO With fome Memoirs of his Life and Wri tings 5 and an containing fome Pieces found among his In Two 8zw Hiftorical and Critical Account of the Life and Writings of William Chancellor of the Church of Wherein are inferted feve ral Original Letters of that Never before By Des The F RE ETH By Efq InTliree And An Account of the Succefs of Inoculatine tbcSMALLPOX in Great forth Years 1727 and With a Comparifon tween the Mortality of the Natural SmalLPor and the Mifcarriages in that PraQice as fome general Remarks on its Progrefs and fince To which are An Account of the Succefs of S noculation in Foreign A Relation the Irke Method of giving the as is praftifed in the Kingdoms of and Written in Arabic by his Excellency Caflem Done into Englifli from the French of his VIajeftysIhterpreter for rhe Eaftern Languages By John and of the College of Printed for at Lockes Head in Paternofter Where may be Accounts of the Succefs of culation for the Years LONDON Primed for at by A K TimpkBUr and n Where AJvertife the Corner of Letters to the Author are nar the
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