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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - February 22, 1943, London, Middlesex the Perfons WliQ commuted the Robbery on Mf. Taylor, the Clerk of Bridewell, and Hole from him a large Quantity of tatyftble E$fe&s ; on fe^arphing. them $he?e yjere found upon. $h$tu,ja Pair of Piftol? loaded,, and feveral other' dangerous ^^eapons j and laft Night they were 'Committed to Newgate.*.' We hear -there will be a Performance at the King's Theatre in the #ay-Market. on Wednefday in. Paffion-Week, for the Benefit of the Muficians Fund, ,fhe Director? of the Opera having given Leave, and the Singers pfomis'd to perform upon the faid Occafibn; The latter End of laft Week on Stephen JSooo'man* ^ Chairman, having heai, bruis'd, and vvoiinde'd two Women in a defperate manner under the Piazza in Govent-Garden, yh. Mrs. Elizabeth Miles, and Elizabeth Ditkforj, and being brought before Col. De Veil for \t?.found Means, whilft the Surgeon was probing the Wounds of the faid Miles,, to .wdfcolous liight.. :f"ne mtajrigra&.i make his Efcape out of the Colonel's Houfe, though faf-th^Time' that"-tfe4 Canrf^^'-aif.founded by above twenty Peppih?r Whilftraoft of ihem were Deal, February 26. RRI.VD, the It}dqftry and Ptf-patch Tenders, from a Cruize. Came down and faH'd, the Qepije and Eleanor, r Whioll, for Top-iham. Came down, the Haefling-fteld, Holden, for Eaft-India } the Parhara-Club, Burton, ~?or Antigua, and remain; with the Granada aad Terrible Bombs, and the two Tenders. Wawl'Eaft. ; An ExtraS of a private Later from ?BT*&$AxrZQ, dated Februarys id 1 M. Daillon, Minifter here froOiFf^t^fMth?s, by aoiWSQ^ * the Talent of rendering himfelf agr^afcfe tQ this Court. <; He has lately enter'd into an unforfaiiafer Impute, *y$ch' 1 ' has ferhim in'.aye^.j:idj'colo^r Iitght. \The"^ajr V^ail aW. J?ft ^$#-b&iii. *!��%'.:':' ~1teB^ay.^Mw&& Wama* vSee, t&kq* at-*PBblick . H^iaSh^.ThAwe*, they iKbg-faipe^td't^haye b�en ] attentive to the examining the-laid Waund^;. 'ftprs appointed A3 of Parliament id take in the Tickets of the kridgt-Lotiery Anno 1740, and to deliver out Certificates, in Titji thereof,, payable ty the Cafhiers of the Banfinding that not-zvithjianding the feveral Notices by theft given for bringing in Tickets to be enter B, great Numbers are yet- au~tftandiiig\ da give, ttus further Notice, that the (i c'thBay of.March nextt is the/afi Day ,aj>psinted by Aff of Patliam'enf for taking in Tickets qnfl. delivering oat Ceftifcatts, and for thjsi Purpofe daily Attendance itl &e- ccuit'itfued to be giveii at thtir Office near the Receipt cf bij Maj&fifs Exchequer. * .. Tf.Jiow-
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