London British Mercury, January 7, 1712

London British Mercury

January 07, 1712

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Issue date: Thursday, January 7, 1712

Pages available: 8

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Publication name: London British Mercury

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 661

Years available: 1712 - 1714

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London British Mercury (Newspaper) - January 7, 1712, London, Middlesex (*) y Numb. 392 T\H E ercur; Printed for\ the Company of the Sun-Fire*OfEce, in ThWadneedle-Street, behind the Royal-Exchange, London $ where Policiesm due Form are delivered out for Injuring Houfes, moveable Goods^ Furnitui/e'\and Wares^ from Lofs and Da* mage by Fire in any fart of Great Britdfh, tkthe Vdlue of 500L each Poll* cyf to any Perfon who Jhatt take them, payjfng the^Stamp-Duty and thefirji Smarter, viz. Two Shillings if they dejrf no or  Two Shillings ana}, fixPertetf they bill have it $ (�1, Either of which Quarteridges thei are to pay, within fifteen SDcipg aftet \fvery ufual Quarter-day of the Tear/ But to fecurevtbe Per Jons injur di and\pte�� 'd^sntDeldys, Ibe Company has appointed threes ClerkY to receive, the fame in due z^me7mk. Wijhiam Stanley intldJaidOffke, and Win Brooke and John JS|*-  6(0ti to caff^the Perfons Houjw^ aprij^ MReceipt.JigndbyMr. Char Matthews Md Mr. John Ftkr9twoJ^m&er^i0 ihejaiaf Company 7 which either of the faid"ClerhJ^witn ke %ept for their Security, theyompanyreferving the Recovery ^JbmeJrrean ^ku^ and ofjbme Marks not deltoerd backto their'ServantL according to their JPim pofals. The reft of the Conditions ofihe Infurance are wntain'd in theCdmpmf& Propofals, printed the 4th of July lajl9 which are to be\had gratis at their faki Office, gg^, The. 'Quirterfy:GeneralrCourt (f-t^efl&dC^ipar^^0:he.held .at the faid Office to Morrowt at ten of the Clock in this Forenoon. 7 ^edneftlay January 7. 17^ 2 t- HE Landlady of the Moufer/ we fiv'd in, was a tV^dow Gentler woman of Quality very rich, and had a Son and a: Daughter. 1 The Youth was tendfome and ingenious * (would to God he had not been falfe and treacherous !) jtis Name Don Manuel; his Surname I will not difcover,. fince he was a Diftionour to it The Daughter was young, and indifferent handfome,v her Name Donna Eufra fiaf and fhe was to marry a Kindfman of her own, who was in the Weft-Indfes^ and expe&ed with the next Fleet. She and I took fuch a Liking to one another, as our Mo^iers had done, that we were fcaree ever afunder,J unlefs it were at Bed^n^, either in her Ap? tment, or in mine. We were knows throughout the City, by the Name r; the two Frien|^ aiid het^Br^her Dm$ Manuel fell in Love, or made it his Bufinefs to decp^ me, whidi M all one; At firft,. irfiighted:: andjhunn'd his Courtflrip, looking upon it as a D^ogation of my Quali^and Modefty -y infomuch*hatUa wtM-h, IforboreJiis Sifter's -company as ften as I could do it without giving Offence which Don Manuel A fo ;