Grub Street Journal, November 26, 1730

Grub Street Journal

November 26, 1730

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Issue date: Sunday, November 26, 1730

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Sunday, November 19, 1730

Next edition: Sunday, December 3, 1730

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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) - November 26, 1730, London, Middlesex The Grub-ftreet Tour UMB. 47: C{mr$Dap, NOVEMBER 26, 1730. Remember Milo'j end, Wedgdin that timber, which heJirovtf to rend. E. of Rofcommon's EiTay. The following Letter, which contains excellent advice to the Political Writers of our Society, was highly approved, and ordered to be printed without any alte- j rations, as a mark of our efteem for the Author ; to whom we return our hearty thanks. To the Authors of the Grub-street Journal. Gentlemen, HOUGH you profefs your felves Members of Grub-ftreet, and advocates for that ancient Society, I have fome re That He lb well fiiould pay, Thou write fo ill. 3 Bavius. LONDON. T h u r d a y, No-. i 9. The latter end or iaft  tck. :he ivy�i j of P:redtors of the India Company- appointed the R:v. .'' 'r. Wvach, Chaplain at their F.ctory at Fort S. George, and the Rev. Mr* White, Chaplain at S Helena. C. Early yefterday morning, Mr. Clcrrcn's, a Biker in MI-ford-Unc in the Si ran4, had a Letter thrown into his ir.op, S-.c- The following is a ro v of the laid Letter. Wednejday, London, No.'. iS, 1730. ' Mr. C!e-* ments, This is to warn you to pu-- 15 guineas this -' nigh', beiw-en 9 and 10 o' clock, unj^r the poft 35 ' your Bakehoufe door , anil ir you do t.v.-, cx-.yrr tho~ ' your Wire arid you fh.-.ll nor live a", hour artcr, and your ' houfe fhall be confumed by fire. Lii-vwifr trre-rm cur ' Brother .Smith, that he is warre-i alio :o rue 7 guinea*, ' his watch, and a ring that he wears, at the larue time, ' under the Spout that caries the water from off your ' houfe, or between the window a�d the fa ft Spout j and ' uj'on his nor fo -ioinr, he and his Wire muft likewife ' expect: to fuffer imme'iar; dest*1, with ycu -.nd jours. The fame Jtcrnoon iM . Smhh rf: j-e ' corner of ah;ate Church v'.'ail in h-r u i ivs N";:nt to you r v'...?r� in ^ny n^orc t rh-y o'.:;-" of it en Irs r-rclent rnftsnt November without ru!-", upon the pertaltv of De: ' Wifo if e^v" you-nre ' or F.i^hr of C!o~k ' the 17. 1730. 11".:'1- _'i � Doiit ia e nv TO ' A' ! 1 ! you so, ;

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