London Adventurer, February 23, 1754

London Adventurer

February 23, 1754

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Issue date: Saturday, February 23, 1754

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Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 744

Years available: 1753 - 1850

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London Adventurer (Newspaper) - February 23, 1754, London, Middlesex THE A D V E N T U R E NUMBER CXXm To be continued on Tuesdays and Saturdays.  S AT URD AY, February23, 1754. *$uis tali a Jamb ret a kcrimis. Virg, G the.tranfa&onsof this night I was not con-fcious; but what they had been, the cffcmn-ftanceis of the morning left me no rcx>m to doubt. ; I difcovered with aflonimment indignation and defpair, which far. a time fufpended all my faculties, that I had fufFered irreparable injury in, a ftate of infenfibilityj not fo much to gratify the wretcjv by whom I had been:abufed,...W that I might wjth lefs fcruple admit another, and by iefle^^ that it was impoffible to recover what I had loft, become carelefs: of all that remained. Many artifices were ufed to foothe^me- aml-when thefe were found to be mefie&ual, attempts were made tof intimidate me with menaces. I know not exadly wl^pafi^fiBy the firft fury of my diftra^ion, but at lengthit quite exhauited me. In the evening/ being calm through mere languor and deb^ty^ and no precaution having been taken to detain me beeaufe, I wa& not thought able to efcape, I foundmeansto ileal down ftairs and get into the ftreet without being mifled. Wretched as I was, X: felt fome. emotions .of joy when I ..fkft found myf^^JSk^^i) though it was no better than the liberty of an exil^^^j wli^fi VOL. II. X xx having ;