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Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 17, 1774, London, Middlesex , daughter, vyho k ^omiaitted to Aylesbury - ^ioi;t6 ^iier'tfiarat tihiqeft affixes., .Fridayll^arV^ian^Twiwngfy big with wierry, ,at iRotheiiitlie ftair^vvaen, hy the!, dexteritj^of ^ie^reveaoc-C(fifj|f5,^ihe wasiafg-. ly delivered of a-large; pillow cafe, cqntaip^j ,' latter. was,., killed on the ipoti JRhe toatheibfitbe child had her arm' and leg broke* On Saturday vjright.-between the hours of twelve and one* a Are broke out at a Carpenter's- ia \yy^b\^e^^jv^inple^l)ar*, ;!Thpre, "was no Water t^Jbe>�pt fpr a cpnfiderable sime^-:th.eilalneSjtherefore-iaftantry commu-! nicated backwar^.and the conflagration was: * exceedingly.yiiblentj, ;Between foar: and five,' by. the affiftancepfm*hy: engines��he rapidity, of the fire was muc^daniped^ and aj>put\feven if was in a greajt dbg^ hoafefiii the" rront 6f;|he,Iftreet are demo-liftied,r |nd' Ma^.'b^^'%Wy^-^reet: and New-lhV� ihared $ej|ine; fate:. , � ', It is with ^ the: public that only bnS accident'happened at the t dreadful fireraboye-hwntipned. \ A perfpn,belonging tooinejof- the^ariflii engines,, had the-misfortune to fdl from ^on'e of the coach ' houfes in the Angel lnhyard; he was itnme-" dtately tarried, t^t^ht: hoi^i^l by fcur;n�h . .belonging to ihe Stih20reVOffice.; it -is4 faid. � Jte broke his back in falK;ig;againft-the coach ': � houfedbor. ^- ' r: '� "*>> �; ' ;. Friday 'nigit� between . fejjen a>d eight, ' Mr^Pbwbiggen !of^a^noftti^Row, and Mr. " Bundlej of. the Strand were topped and rob- - bed in-a poft-chaifei a-little on this fide New Crofs turnpike,, by two footpads, one a tall fellow in. foldief*s cloaths., >-. ,.. ' \ , So^'time bn Friday;night fome . thieve? '. attempted to break: into tne fliop of Mn Slade, haberdafter, in 1 the- borough High ftreet, by wrenching the window mutters, which'brpke fj#b "pines of glafs j but 'tis fup4 jwfedjthey were difturbed, as they did not eft . left any robberyi . -' i - Yeftefday; morning about nine o'clock the remains; of' Mr.-^ Jonathan "Granger, wine-snerchatttof Toweir-flxeeti were carried from Bis late dwelling, houfe,: to be interred with bis family, at Dorchefter, in Oxfordfhire ; hi was attended by a herlewith two coaches and ' fix, and the charity children of 8Tower ward, to whom be had^bequeathed each a Queen Ann's ' Jhilling for to ling before the corps from his houfe to the end of the ward, the lamenta-lion of afinnef. There were 13 prifoners tried at the feflion at the Old Bailey, on Saturday, 2 of them were capitally convifted, viz: James Banning, for ftealing 9 guineas, the property g� Wil- - Ham Fofter, at Hammerfm.Lth ; and the no-torious Dennis Currin, (who. pradlifed as a Kewgate Solicitor) for -Itealing about 350J. in jfjie- dwelling hdufe of George Coffield ; 4 were caft .for tranfportation, 2 to be whipped, and 5 acquitted. Old Playbfiufe, Portugal Jlreet, Lincoln's-Im-fiefds. Mr, Hart requefts the favor of his fcho-;: lars and fubferibers to obferve, the fir ft Ball this,Winter Will be on Tuefday, the firft of L iFebruary. Thpfe Ladies and Gentlemen who propofe to honor him: with their company are defired to fend or call for their tickets in time, as the number is limited. The Minuet, Cotil-Jon, Allemande, Country Dances, &c. taught at home or abroad, on moderate terms. Mr. ROBERT. BRAND-Rupture ; line 73, forjtiftifiabk, read jaj/jufifiahlii line 11 from the bottom, for effpfrit* xezd'tefs fpirit.. Mr. BOWLER'S, ACADEMY in Cl-, ege-lireet, near Weftminfter Abbey, youncp Centjemen are carefully andexpeditioufly qualified for trades,-public offices, the uiiiverfity,: army, navy, &c. an4 in; order to encpursge; the pupils,^and" forvvartj ;tb.em in their different" ftuSies,' ffveral of the nobilityj give prernuirru to. this.academy, among which: is one' ffor.a tatjta or French compofition,: given at Whitfun- i 'tide annually, by the right honourable the .Earl
the CANDLE. .At the New York Coffee-houfe, Sweeting's Alley, Cornhill, � . i , On Thurfday the 17th of March next, TH E following GOODS, viz. SKINS. . ; About 35,000 Parchment Beaver, ti.j;,oio C6atditto. Catalogues of which wLl be publimed in due time by ROBINSON, GOAD, and ROW, Brokers. HIGH-WATER v This. Day at. London1 14 Triin-jfes after '5'.in'the morning, and ja minutes after 5 in tnij. a/temoon, - t Ta ri E. T . ': New.andffubftantikl well-b$ile DWEL. ;LING-HO.UiE, ip. Xvrq different ^apartments, ..... vty.feparatef the whole edifice being fitted up in. at-neat manneryand a'ceorrimodated with variety of A conveniences. '^��ipn^Iof the fa^d apartments, contains four rooms -. .. In Two Parts. , . 1 ,- -. ' ^Infcribcdio RICHARD HlLL^tfq. . 1 j Part the Firft,' demonftrating the abrurdityy .of tfrst i - t. gentl. man's Farrago J . , Part the Second, containing a iiuianfwgr ..to;.all that is material in his Farrago Double-diftilled. By T H ,0 M AS . O' L'l t E RSi Rcbjke, with all.authority^ Let-no riiari defpif. thee^ - Printtd. by Ri. Hawe's, .No, Lamb-itrjef, near Spital-fquare; and fold by W. Nicoll,, No. 51, Stijpaul's churchTyard. ..... .., . ;-. This day is publifhedy To be continued on the \ ah of every month, Ornamented with three elegant coppei -plates, vj2.- 1. A Frontifpiece, engraved by Mr. James Taylor. Anengraved Title-pa^e, wi.h a neat emblematical decoration, by the 'fame artift. And 3. A fine, print of the Scribbler and his friends.. Alfo a ' curious Wooden engraving of Mr. POWELL, oh his journey to York. [To be continued Monthly] The FirftNumber, pricj only Six-pence, THE MONTHLY MISCELLANY; Or, Gentleman and Lady's-Complete Magazine,. Fer January 1774. Containing many curious and criginal articles, together with all th3 valuable pieces that are inlerted in thefeveral magazines, review:, and other literary produ�lions of the month. Among which are the following: The Scribbler, No. 1. Thoughts on happinefs., Confiderations on love. The two husbands. Petition of ep.thets. Life of Dr. Grange. Memoirs of Ben Brufh the painten Effay on th; cha'afters of women. Enquiry whether learning is conducive to virtue. Method of ftudying hiftory to advantage. Tlie monthly tdte-a-tete. '1 he golden nail, an anecdote. Life of a ftrolling player. Anecdote of Mifs Lucy Cooper. The fa(hions-of town. Mr.- Powell's journey to'York. State of the theatres. Subftance of all the Reviews. The Flowers of Pamaffus, viz. Oie for the New Year. Carpe diem. Choice cf a wife by cheefe. Ver-, fes on Mifs Whiting. On feeing Mr. Gainsborough's pifture at Bath. Elegy on the death of Mr.Cunningham. The'traveller and the adder. New'Prologues and Epilogues.. &c.. Printed for R. Snagg, No. 29, PauSrnofter-row; D. Pripce, at Oxford j Flefcher and Hodfon at Cam-brir' e; R Crutwell, at "Bath; and Hodfdn and Tohn-foiirat Salisbury; and fold by all the boWellei's and rivivs-carriers in town and country. To be continued Weekly on a PJan^enpirily New. , This day is publijhed, Price bnly Threepence, ftitched in blue paper and em-' betfifhed with an elegantly engraved Title-page, THE WEEKLY MAGAZINE ; or Po-lite .REGISTER of LITERATURE, Politics, and News. ; Printed for R. Sna�g, No. ?g, Paternofter-row; A. Grant) No. 5, Br.dgei-ftrect, Covent-Garden^ London'j and fold by all the tookfcllers and news-carrieVs in1 Great Britain. - To the: p -U B L I C. A "Weekly Magazine, which, by giving an early and. judk^ous. fclecVon of every thing truly intereft-ing and valuable in the London papers, might prove a ftandard hiftory' of the literature and politics, of the tranfadions and amufements of the times, has long been wanted^ and is now refpeftfully propofed. Bufcthe fuperiority of a Weekly Magazine upon the prefehtplan, over a Weekly Newspaper, upon any plan whatever, will at once ajpeai^ from a ihort view of their fefpedive properties. A weekly news-paper conflfts of one loofe fhett of paper only-- th; Weekly Magazine will confift of one fheet and an half ;or twenty-four pages in oflavo) Hitched in blue paper, in every refpe�t like a monthly magazine. Theeflays and letters, as well as articles of intelligence, contained in a weekly news paper, are copied Ve.batim from one Daily or Evening Paperthofe contained in the Weekly Magazine, will comprize whatever is ingenious and worthy of notice in all the Daily, and in all the Evening Papers. Original pieces are jfeldom to be found inawtekly news-paper;- in the Weekly Magazine, original pieces will always be found. And as a further, recommendation of it, a complete lift of all the New Publications, with an impartial, though, concife critique upon thofe of moft value, will be regulariy givtn with each number. But this is, at beft, ah inipeifedt (ketch of what the pub ic have a right to expeel from th; Proprietors of the WeeklyJvlagazine; who, as it is their intereft, fo it will be their ftudy, to render their new undertaking not only-a luxuriant and fertile field of prefent entertainment, but a rich and exhaultkfs treafure of information. This Day is publijhed, frvejs. THE FRENCH TUTOR; or the Theory and Practice of the French Language. By the means of which, and without any or very little help, thofe that defire to read, write and fpeak French correflly, may, in a Ihort time, perfect themfelves in the knowledge thereof. Inriched with a variety of curious tables, to afliA, the memory, and expedite the learner's progiefs, viz. 1. A table mewing the French Pronunciation by an.affemblage of letters denoting fimilar f.unds in Englilh. 2. A table exhibiting, at one view, the different articles and their ufe. 3. A table of the genders of fubiUntives and. .adjectives. 4. A table of the-formaypn of the plurals of fub-ftantives and adjedlives. 5. Tables for rinding, in a moment, all the moods, tenfes, perfons," participles and gerunds of all regular verbs. � 6. A table.to know and find all ths irregular verbs. And more plain, and eafy rules than asy French Grammar hitherto publimed. To wkicli is added, Familiar Phrafes arid Dialogues reduced to the En-glifh pronunciation, for the eafe and piadlice of the learner. By V. -J. P E Y T O N, Atfthof bT'the Elements of the Englifh Language, To the FACUL T Y, and STUD EMS in MED IC1NE. This Day is publijhed', .'. Price is..6d. l'cwed, . In Oftavo, No. V. of a New Worki * F. Newbery, junior, at No. 65, three doors from ths bar in St Paul's Church Yard, and by W. Bayley, perfumer, in Cockfpui-ftreet, near the Hay-market, pricu is. 6d. the box. R. R U S P IN I having indubitably proofs, that divers ptrfons have imitated his' Dentifrice, Powder, and Tln&ure, for the TEETH, and have fold them as Kis, to the great injury of- hi;a in his profeffien, thinks it his duty, both in gratitude to the public, and in juftice to himfelf, to prevent as much as liei in his power, the further conrinuance ot fuch impofitions; he therefore refpecifully acquaint* the nobility, gentry, and otlfers, tha't for the future, his Dentin ice and Powder will be put into blocked tin b xes, ftamped on the lid of the box, With his coat of arms s and his Tincture for the Teedi arid Gums, will he contained in bott.'ei well fecure.-l, and fealed with his arms, and a bill of drtdtions for their ufe will be delivered, with each box, and bottle, a* afo'refaid, likewife figned with Ms name in his own hand-writing, and no others whatfoev^r are genuine. As Mr. Rufpini's Dentifrice, Powder, and Tindure, (good eff.fts of which are daily experienced by a!l ranks of people) he has great reafon to believe, that thofe which arc made and fold in imiia ion of his, are extrfemely injurious to thpfe pares which they are pretended to preftrve. In order therefore to accommo, date the public, his Dentifrice, Powder, and Tinftui'i, at 5s. each, with propsr bru/li-ru .and fponges, at 6d. each, are to be had at his houfe in Pall-m:.!!, and by his appointment are to be fold at the following places, viz. Mr. Martin's, waichmiker, No. 7, Royal Ex-Change"; Mr. Keai(ly'Vbookfeller, Fleet-ftr-et, oppo-F.etterrlane; Mr. .ayley's, perfumer, Cockfpur-iireet,i Mr. Tivernot's, perfumer, Piirices-itreet, Leicefter-Fields j Meif. Bourgeois ar.d Co. perfumers, Haymar-ket; Mr. Davifon's, psrfutiiers, No. 62, Fleet-ftreet; Mr. Bull's, jeweller, Bath; Mr.' B'urrick, perfume;, Bath; Mr. Heftingden, MancUefler;: Mr. Binh's, t,cokfel'er, Leeds; Mrs. Bird's, coffee-houfe, Ch . , Mr. Rufpini attends ladies and gentlemen by tKe year, and young ladies 2nd1 gentlemen a� boarding-fchobls, on moderate terms. He is to be met wit:i at home on every Monday, Wednefday^ and Friday,; I and on the intermediate days of the week attend* his patients at trfeir own hchifes. il N. B. A Ne,w Edition of, his ihprt Obferva^ons te� the perufai (particularly) of paJreWg, arid ihofe have the caie of children*
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