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   Domestick Intelligence (Newspaper) - December 5, 1879, London, Middlesex                                ws both from trc, UNTRY. :l)UQ)GD to pzebcnt felfc IRcpczW. Loa.'i.i�, Dcccmb. 2. [nee Mr. Dar.g--rpd.ls Difcovery, Wc hear that one-Mr. Stro '>, a Gentleman of SwwQt bin, hath given Informat'on of his being tampered with by feverd Perfons, to fwcar their Kite and Contrived Forqcr.es againfi the Evidence and Life of Captain 1i;d'.ov.\ ~ An unknown Perfon, Reported to be a French man, taken with Loiters directed to for.e Perfons of qna-which t.hcT. he was EvamuKo; before the Council, he faid a Gentleman gave him at d .'/. c prevailed with to give ..nv acjounr of him , therefore was LnmcdiatLly ordered to the lloafe of Correction for ids Ir.iokncy and Imp-rmK-nrv. It is reported with good ACuranee that one Mr. A-riims Gent. living in Li:::o'.n-ln>i-F::.'ds-, hath lately acquainted the Counc J'chac Mrs. cCars (the deferv- � diy Infamous l'y;-i;r? Mdwife) wis la ft fummer in .*>/.'.'?;% and that lur 'uurncv was defined ro Suborn Witnefes, to kkk the late horrid" Pop/'b Plot, and that fhe had fev.ral Confutations to his knowledge with Mr. Dingerf-ud; winch doi'i very much help to demon frrare the Truth of ly.i Evidence. Whereas on the 24th. of1'.'."." Lift, Complaint was made to his Mafc-fty ir.Comicd of kmc difrurbances rhac had happened in the Burroegh ofy.about the E-lection of a Major , fuggefrfng that there had been fome ill practices for dialing Mr y/o'reared that fome Country Gentlemen had flirred up and Encouraged a Lank (" as was pretended) thereunto   cr Blefied memory, hi'h of late been enriced into />.::7,and there barbaroaflv murthercd; Now the trmh 1  whole (according to die mofldiftinct and belt Jn-ncefrom his Friends, delations, and otlicr Perfons j 1 � mere immediately concerned, is this: That it is true,r!?e afbre&id Lad, by name Edvr:n .Sa>:ds, being a great [.over, and more than ordinarily addicted to riding, was by a Citizen of great v Yenh and Integrity recommended to a Pcrion of Honour, who had a particular fmcv to him, and b\ his Parents confent he was bound ior Kiedi" Years to the fed \\nbn of Quality, who pro-'nm'rd ro "refer him ; the fad Gentleman having occafj-*!i ., fei d a Horie a.- a P>\i.   to an minent Fcrlon n Franrr, this Lad was Pitcht upon to ride him, who is rot yet Returned, hot Expected by his Walter before Chrilimn. This is the whole of the ftory, according to the befl Information. D:c?mo. 4. Notwithfland-ing there is a Feport Spread abroad, as if His Grace the Duke of Monmosth were retired to His Country-Hovfe at Moor-Vzrb- feven-teen miks from London : We can afure, That the faid Report is altogether fictitious and falfe ��, His Grace no'-v rending with His Durchefs, at His own Hoafe in the JrlPTvs, near Chiring-CySi. _ We hear that the Ead of Chtlaftld is to facceed hk Grace the Duke of Monrr.mth in the Office of War-; den and Chief Juflice in rof all His Majeffies Fore lis and kearks in E*.g'.;nd. We are Informed that on Xov. 2;. One Hsnry SltcrgU the Keeper of v.Vut Chip?-:! Prifcu, came igto the: Rope-walks in the Fields near upper ShiAivd, and gave" the Workmen fix-pence to drink,that he himfdf might-have Privilege to make a fmall Rope ; which having done, he went into a little honfe hard by , where they ufe to Inciter themfelves from tine weather -y and there hang'd himfclf. The fame Day, one Fr??>nin a poor man, being a Sweeper to Buitnlph Wharf near Bi'Jwgfgitz, watching goods upon the Wharf, between one and two a Clock m the morning unhappily fell over ifce Wharf and was Drowned, and in his fall broke his Skull between a Lighter and the Pile, and was foufid about twelve or one a Clock the next day, having caught hold with both hands on the lower end of the Pile. Laft weekaverv Lamentable accident happened, aX one Widow Hi It op's in Ci'lU-Cotin in vhite'Crafs-ttrieti the particular account we have as followeth ; That or�e Mr. Tvr.ar a Bljck-frnith, aged 86 years, who had dwell at the a fore fa id Widow Hi It op's at leal\ ten year?, being now grown weak and infirm, and attended with a particular diftemper, bv which the Devil (mans grand Enemv; obtained a lingular advantage againft him, This laid Blackfmith being  private, after his Attendants were gone to their reft, was before hand provided with a Rope, though unknown to all but himtelf: he takes his opportunity, and fallens it to the Tetter of rahe .  Eed, and there hangs himfelf; to the no fmall affconi/h-;  ment and trouble of all that knew him. Wre have formerly given you an Account of the fad Effects of the late Foggy and Bad weather, and the General Colds and Coughs that followed thereupon 3 and rhc Deaths of feverai Hundreds: The Bills of Mortality being Increafed between Four and Five Hundred in one Fortnights time: But through the good j Providence of God, this Week we find an Alteration, the Bill bemg Decreafcd 307 Perfons. From Paris we are informed, That Father Li Cnuft \  the i-rtnch Kings Confefor, in his.Letter to Father .  Cijr^ ( Procurator General of the lefuits) writes, That a: >t. Civm.ii':s thev had received News, by a Courner X x '      extra.   

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