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  • Location: London, Middlesex
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  • Years Available: 1730 - 1733
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Grub-Street Journal (Newspaper) - July 2, 1730, London, Middlesex NVmbo 26. CJmttf&ap, JUlt2, 1730. 37jn one. Rut to wave this matter, as I was frying, I waarde, H r rcfy gar-land, -white and reide, And her combe fir to kemfe btr hidJe, Htr dovis, and dan Cutuio. But in that.fcaree and valuable edition crvprj'Kitd oyWjt-lyam Caxton, the fenfe is dear, llofe gatlonDes fuiellgng as a tu:3�, Sua fiTb filing about her %ttz r?rr jjobc^, Sec. That the pslTsge ought to be read thus may furthsr appear by comparing it .with the defcription of th� ftatue of Venus in the Knigjht's tale: " A Citriole in her 4'ghg. ibid had {he, And on her Ledde, full femeiy for to fe, A rofe garlond, frefh and well fmelling; Abov>her hedde her dovis flittering: Eeforne her flou'd her fonneCupido. If your learned Society approve of this reading, as 1 have reltored ir, "It will be a pleafure ro Cambridge, .June, 13. Your humble femnt. 1730. P. S. The learned author of the Greenian Philofophy has obliged the Publick with a carious print cf Clare-hal!, drawn by the hand of Mr. Profeffor Bhadley. There are two new things in this picture: Mr.Bradley is created M. D. and the fun is placed in the north. LONDON. C. Coumnt. P. Vofi-Boy. D. P. Daily Pofl. D.J. Daily Journal. E.P. The Evening?oft. S.J.B. St,.Jams''sEv.PoJl. W.~E Whitehall Even. Paft. L.E- London Evening Pofi. Important Articles omitted in our former. A poor man dropped down dead at Charing cro/s. E.P. 11.-A boy tell off a hay-mow at Iflmgton, and was not killed. 'P.-On mond. the Rev. Mr. Herbert palled in review, and bowed to his Majefly. c.-- An elderly woman drowned her felf at MilJ-bank. p. s.j. e. 18..-A. boat ftav'd at Billingfgate, but the psffen- gers faved. E. F.-A Porter in King's-ftreet going to bed fsll down dead. C �. P- S. j. E. 20.-Burn-ham committed to Newgate fcr picking a pocket of a handkerchief. C --* fcldiets went into the Pr- vy Gardens to fight a duel, but were prevented. C.P.- A Butcher in Weftmir.thr fell from his horfe, and d^ed. p#ij._z Carmen quarrelled, and one whipped out the other's eye. P. Th ursday, Jme 2^. h Mond. Sir Rich. Hopkins was chofen Matter of tlM Fifh-mongers Company, into which he had been new|y ttanflited from that of the Cutlers. 4 Ev, --. ;