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Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 9, 1749, London, Middlesex ,*iii*ihM� .*i-iiUr>.iiiiiif it at while he was going no fafter than a foot-Pace, one of his Horic's Lc^s happening to flip into a Rabbk Hole, he was thrown from hit Scat, and pitching \.itli his Hind upon a Sione, had the Misfortune to fraclure his Skull : lie lived fur lcveral Hojrs, but was never able io fpeak a'lerward*. On Thurklay his Mnjelly's Plate of ioo Guineas, for fixycar-old Horfcs, airrying t*cl�e Stone, the bell of -ihiet Heats, wat run for at Newmarket t\v ilie" Earl of Poninore's black Horfe Otlitllo, and Mr. Smith's Cbefnut Horfe Jofeph Andre.v 5, when the two firil Heats were won With great Eate bv (>a.ello, on whom (he Odds were fu �nd (even to four at ilaning Among the greateii Number of l\op!c that have been l Newmarket in an October Meeting for theic lift ecu Year* P�ft, were the following Noblemen :'The Dukes ol Graf-Jon and Hamilton} the Marouis of Granby; the Hails of v ^dolphin, Portmore, Taukerville, March, Eglingtor, �d Waidcgravej the ^ ifcounts Torripgton, Downr, and v 1 an^ lne Lords Montfort arid Brovvnlow Bertie. Vefterday Edmund Burton, iLUy, Councilor at J.aw, tad Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, wns married to Mrs. Bedwcll. of Petty-France, an agreeable Lady, w�n a fortune of 16000I. n Wednefday Night Benjamin Ncale was committed to ,. *�y^��t�fc, Wcftiainller, by ihoma^J-cdiard, Ef^j of New PalacfYard. lot" braakiag opt* mi esrterin* tit dweUiog Hovifc oi Mrs. Nemoa. at Faralum U Surry, and takm(��toia BMKMiWrit, thtM Eaft-Iodia Bwads. a Bank Note of 40 L betweca fifty apd (my Po^nd* in Gold, feveral Ring*, Gold Medals, Saoff Boxcs^ Seal*. Ate. the Property oft oka Amber* Newton, Efri her Son. Mr. Newton, finding kimfelf robbed, feat MefTengers to Town to Rop the Sali tif the Bonds. The Thief was discovered in a very ilagular Manner � he walked from Farnham to Brentford, and there hired Pair of Oar* to carry lym to Town t but Offering j*. 6d. for the'Fare, and making but a fliabby Appearance, wksftifpeAed by the Waterm-n to be a Thief or Highwayman ; and-toon after he was gone, Mr. Newton** Meflengm riding through Brentford, were flopped by the Watermen, andaucd if they were not inPurfuit of a Thief>.and upon their relating what had happened, and [the Sufpicion of the Watermen, they immediately manned a Gafley, and overtook the Fellow near Putney. On fcarching him, they found the Bank Note, one Eaft-IndkBond, aad bctwaca fifty anil tutty Poaad* in Gold, upon him. After the fecotid Etaminatioa he ifo>TeiTed the Faft, hot denies hit having any. Accomplice, There was found upon liim (among other Things' not ihe Property of Mr. Newton) a very remarkable urge Gold Ring, weighing an Ounce, with a badfpelt Latin Motto on the Infide. . .v-., .. . �'; � ;- '��-'�>> '' Laft Week a Conftable and foat other Pcrfoos, baying a Warrant againft^a-Sharper fw^efn^ing a Hofiil; of fome Goods, happen'd to raett wltk a Nobleman in Pali-Mall, whom miRakiaf tot tbo Pertbathey were in (earth after, they feia'd and oilann'd blaii ' Hia Lordihtpdefit'd he might go into a Tradefotaa'e Hoofe jotV-bytto Place where they feix'd liiav bat the CtoaRabte infilled thit hp mould go with htm to his own Hoof*, which was an Ale-houfe, and there,thty i^nhVd bins fill fome of his Tradcf-men came aadjeonviicM dieaa of their Mi^ahc. We bear his Lordmip was ft good at to forgive them. \ , Laft Thurfitaywaa committed to BiideWeH by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, a journey n^Csu^penter, .for idly spending hit Tinia. at alt AiebAailiVwheai he (houldt have been at hk Bufine^, to the great Prrjedica of hi* M�*� and Employer, and eoatraryto an Aft of PUrlianenr nude andlh that Cafe provided in tbt" Tfear\,\h hop'd, will be a Warning to ail Handicraftfmca, its. how theyvoffend for *he future. v*- v.1:1 .:i!iv.:^.::J.. Laft Friday died Mr. Jmca Vincent, joint Organfft of th^ Temple-Church whh Mr*.Stanley j he was Ukewife Orbiiuf of $t:'&�kcfc ^^H-'in .
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