Grub Street Journal, July 16, 1730

Grub Street Journal

July 16, 1730

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Issue date: Sunday, July 16, 1730

Pages available: 4

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Publication name: Grub Street Journal

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 1,663

Years available: 1730 - 1733

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Grub-Street Journal (Newspaper) - July 16, 1730, London, Middlesex -Itreet Clmrsftap, jult 1730. Grub.street, July if, J730. iR. MjEVJus, having been deputed by the Society to attend the publick Commencement at Cambridge, made his report thi:; Eyening. He exprcfied much difiike to j the greateft part of the Exercice: and received but little .fatisfacrion, except from the Behaviour of the learned Regius Professor of Divinity. The firft Queftion, which the Do&or of Divinity had undertaken to defend, was this, Adultis Sacraininta rite pircpienti-ius Divina Gratia confertur. The Rf.fpondent, having extolled the great Learning and Abilities of the Professor, declared he was under terrible apprehenfions of engaging with fuch an Antagonist, and expected no better than to fall foon in fo unequal a combat. But the good. Professor, out cf his finguler Humanity, was pleafed Hot ro put forth all his ftrength: tho' he produced fome weighty argnmenti againft the words of the Queftion. Heobfcrved very learnedly, that Sacramentnm fignified an oath; and was crroneoufly ufed in the fame fenfe with the Greek word [Avo-rioien: and that Divina gratia was not to be found in the New Tcftamenr, but #�sead againft her deck. S.jf.g.:' E-.The Drawer and Tapfter at the 3 Pidgeons, at Brentford qusrreii'd about a marrow-bone, and the former ftabb'd the latter with a kn/fe 9 inches deep. C-6, S.J.E.-Some boys wafliing in the Thames ag?in/l:;-^ Someifct-houfc, jof. Reed into one of the Sandbanks, and was drowned. P.-The Golden "Cooler, .felling f.*i: in Stock*-marker, had his pocket pick'd of 6 gumcs and hilf a crown laid--Tho."Lang 1 i'5 '�7, ton, Apprai i.eto Mr. Col.isr a Perrtwig-maker at Lam^||f|| beth, diOWi.ed in the Thames, as he was waihiiig'him-T^|| iCif. C 7- S.J.E. W.E. T n u r s d a y. July 9 -��'�ik Tucfd. one of the K. of Fiance's cabinet couriers ar rived at the Count de Broglio's houfe horn Paris, with difp3tches of great moment ; ar-J to morrow he is to. retuin to Paris.-- Mr. Angel of Piccadilly had orders . to fend a fet of hcxies to Harlow, to meet Sir Rob.,, Wa'pole, who has been lent for by an exprefs. D. P; And laft night he arrived in Town. S.f.E. The R. H. E. of Albemarle, Gent, of the Bedchamber, See. dehgns to go as a voluntier with Don Carlos into Italy, ibid. Yefterday the L. Commiflloners of the Admiralty pui the Princefs Louifa in commiffion, and gave the command to Capt. Digby Dent. Ibid. Capt.Bing, who was commander of the Louifa, they appointed to be Cora maoder of the Falmouth. w. e. ' Yefterday morn, departed this life at his houfe near ^'-^ Tothill-field?, Biace Mills, Elq; formerly Mernoer of Par* liament in Ireland. P. *� Tuefd, night fome Rogues broke into the Wardrobe. of the old Play-houfe, and ltript gold and filver lace off the cloaths, to the value of between 20 and 501. ibid. '-Wl Mond. a Caufe was heard in Chancery between Mr. Jacob de David Lopes Henriqnes, Plaint, and Arthur and Rob. Ingram, Efq; as Executors to Mr. Nat. Heme, Defendants, relating to contracts on Old Eaft-India ftock, to the amount of 4^00 i. entered into between the Plain-.?!|| tiff and Mr. Heme: and the Plaint, obtained a Decree.;i% for his remaining proportion, out of the debts and ef-fefts of the Old Eaft-India Company, with cofts. D.t. �.p. s.j.e. - --.r Tho. Burfey, lately committed to the Poultry Comp'-S| ter, was yefterday admitted to bail, and discharged from, ~ thence. Ibid. <� Tuefd. 4 jovial Journeymen Bricklayers, at the Bull. .-Inn in Deptford, drank 30 quarts of Rhenifti, '6 quarti'^;| of Port, and 6 bottles of Cyder, befides a confiderablejS! quantity of Brandy and ftrong Beer:- they had for dinnerai^fS couple of Ducks, �cc^ the whole reckoning was about $Iir0& which they paid, and returned well home. D.J. E?Bf<�zi S.J.E. W.e. _ The public Commencement is now overj A verjr% great concourfe of people has been here for 3 days.. Several Noblemen, and abundance of Gentlemen and La4 dies were prefent at it. 106 Mailers of Arts were crea*i�:M tedt f Drs. of Divinity, viz. Dr. Williams, Dti PeakeVH? and Dr.Powellof S.John's; Dr. Stebbingof Kath.'Halli ;