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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="171710160001"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE KING'S Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery
<p>FOR THE</p>
<p>HELD AT</p>
<p>During the MAYORALTY of the</p>
<p>Rt. Honble Sir William Lewen, Knight,</p>
<p>LORD-MAYOR of the City of LONDON.</p>
<p>In the 4th Year of His MAJESTY's Reign.</p>
<p>Printed for J. PHILLIPS, by M. Jencter, against St. Sepulchre's Back Gate, in Gilt Spur Street, near Newgate.</p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="171710160002"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE KING'S Commission of the Peace, AND</p>
<p>Oyer Termminer , and Goal Delivery of Newgate, held for the CITY of London COUNTY of Middlesex, at Justice-Hall in the Old Bayly,</p>
<p>Wednesday and Thursday, being the 16th and 17th of this Instant October,1717. In the Fourth Year of His MAJESTY's Reign.</p>
<p>Before the Right Hon. Sir
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<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>Middlesex Jury</p>
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<p>To be Whipt,4.</p>
<persName id="s17171016-1-person178"> Edward Chalkley
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<persName id="s17171016-1-person180"> Mary Maddox
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<persName id="s17171016-1-person181"> Ann Dimer
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<persName id="s17171016-1-person182"> William Longstass
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<interp inst="s17171016-1-person182" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> to stand in the Pillory, and Fined 40 Marks.</p>
<p>The two Women pleaded their Bellies, and a Jury of Matrons being impanelled, they were both brought in with Quick Child.</p> </div1>
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<p>Some BOOKS printed for and sold by
<persName id="a17171016-1-person183"> Edmund Parker
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<interp inst="a17171016-1-person183" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> at the Bible and Crown in Lombard Street, near Stocks Market.</p>
<p>THE London New Method and Art of Teaching Children to Spell and Read; so as they may, without the Help of any other Books, read the Bible in less than twelve Month. Note, This Way of Teaching is approved by School Masters as the best. Price bound 6 d. with great allowance to those who sell or give them away. Note, There are some printed on fine Paper, bound up with Cuts; pt.8 d.</p>
<p>For the Compleating of Psalmody . The Deout Singer's Guide; cantaining all the Common Tunes How in the with select Portions of the Plns adopted to each Time, and Rules for singing: Treble and Bals. To which is presis'd, Directions for Parish Clarks in the Choice of proper Plan's on most Occasions. Recommended by the best Singing Masters. The Second Edition,8 s. Price bound 1 s.</p>
<p>The Daily Self-Examinant: Or, An earnest Persuade to the Duty of Daily Selfexamination; with Devout Prayers, Meditations, Directions and Ejaculations for an Holy Life and Happy Death. The 6th Edition. Price bound 6 l.</p>
<p>The Devout Christian's Preparative to Death Written by Enamus now render'd into English. To which are added Meditations, Prayers and Directions for Sick and Dying Persons. Recommended as proper to be given at rals. The 6th Edit. Price bound 6 d. Both by Robert Watchred D. D. Rector of Claston on in Kent.</p>
<p>Maximum in Minimo: Or, Mr. Dextertity compleated. Being the Method of writing Short-Hand.10 which are added the Terms, of the Law compleat in Characters use to all Lawyers and others who take Truth at Never done till now. By Sames. The oble curi ously engrav'd on 30 Copper-plates, Price 1 s.6 d.</p>
<p>The Benefit of Early Piety, recommended to the Young Persons, and particularly to those of the City of Lisdon. By W. smythioes, late Morning Lecturer of St. Michied to Marshel , London. The Third Edition. Price bound 6 d.</p>
<p>Mr. Jurdaine's Dyodecimal , being the most Concise and Exact Method extant. In Three Books Containing Notation, Addition, Subtraction, Matciplicatision, Division, Reduction, Extraction of the Square and Cube Roots, Rule of Proportion Direct and Reverse, Ddodecimally performed, and very Practically applied to the measuring of all sorts on Superficies, and Solids, as Board, Glass,&c. Timber, Stone &c. the Guaging of all sorts of Brewers Toub and Casks &c. and that with more Ease and Expedition, than by Voiger or Decimal Arithmetick. Very useful for all sorts of Men, as well Gentlemen as others, but especially for Machanus , Writing Masters, and all Measuring Artifiter . And all the Rules made Plain, and Basnest for the deanest Capacity.8 s. Price Bound 2 s.6 d.</p>
<p>THE Child of Mrs. Hillyard Glasiee in Baldwins Gridens near Holbourn, having been in such extream Danger by the hard Breeding and Curting of its Teeth; that it was given over by every one as a dead Child. All Means, that could be thought of were tried to relieve it, but to no Purpose, it lying as every has thought ready to Expire. At last the Celebrated NECKLACE for Childrens Teeth was sent for: It was no sooner about his Neck, but a very sensible Change vilibly appeared, the Child, presently or cut its Teeth easily, and by the Blessing of God perfectly well , to the Amazement of all who saw it, Of the Truth of which any Person may be farther fully satisfied at the Place abovementioned, This wonderful.</p>
<p>Price 5 s. with Ditections for wearing it, is sold up one Pair of Stairs at the Sign of this Necklace without Temple-Bar; at the Golden Key is King-trees, Westminster at Mr. Cooper's the Corner of Charles Court in the strand, and at Mrs. Garway's at the Royal Exchange, Cornhill. But those Persons who go to Mrs. Garway Shop for it, are desired to ask expresry for this Anodyne Necklace, least they have another sold them instead of it.</p>
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<p>There is to be seen: at the Sign of the George, over against the King on Holibon at Stocks Market, near the Royal Exchange, the most wonderful Piece that in Europe; being an</p>
<p>Musical CLOCK,</p>
<p>Far exceeding the Original, and valu'd at 1000 Guineas.</p>
<p>The chief Performances of this most Noice and Famous Machine, are as follow, viz.</p>
<p>At the end of every three Hours, or it phasure, it plays variety of j gr.Minners , Marches, Country Dauces, and Opera Tunes, on the og m, Here, flagolet, single or if Cen fort, with such rogllar Shakes and proper Graces, that its Performance is infinitely beyond what can be imagin'd.</p>
<p>But what most agreeably for prizes all that hear it, is, the sweet Hirmony that follows from an Avery of Birds, which is indicted to such wonderful Perfection, that it's one to be distinguish'd from Nature itself.</p>
<p>It shows the Golden Number, Spact, the Cicle of the Sun, and Dominical Letterisor over both Old and New Style, by 2 Hidlex or Hands; the one makes Revoluctuon once in 10 Years, the 28 Years.</p>
<p>Likewise it they-th the Digrnal and A poeal at Motion of the Sun with the exact Time of his and Setting, the Length of the Day and Night at all Times also his Meridian Altitude; the Increase. Decrease, Full and Change of the Moon, lites Surching; Likewise Eighteen of the most noted Fixed with there, Time of coming on the Meridian.</p>
<p>It's shows the Time of High Water at thirty several passed with tho' Aspects of the woodgeate; and several other Ceriosities too redious to mention.</p>
<p>To be seen from Nine in the Morning to Nine at Night, without life of Time. The Prices are.1 s. and 6 d. the lowest.</p>
<p>vivat Rex .</p>
<p>Not This Famous C L O C K was never shown before, and was made by Cduthef Pischbeck living at Smithfield. Bars, that made the sober which was shown this time, and missed by a Noble Peer of this Realin.</p>
<p>By to be Duke of boroghs Head feetstreet, where the Cloth </p>
<p>A German, born without Hands, Feet, or Thighs,(that Acyee was in the Kingdom before) who does such Actions, as none else can do with Hands and Feet: He has perform'd belive most Kings Princess and Nobles of Foreign Countries: He makes a Pen, and writes several Hands as quick and as well as any Writing Matter, and will write with any for a Wiger: He draws Paces to the Life, Coa's of Arms. Pictures, Flowers,&c. with a Pen very clriously: He threads a fine Needle very quick; shuttles a Pack of Cards, and deals them very (wise: He plays) upon the Dulcioner, as well as any Musician: He does many surprizing Things with Cups and Balls, and gives the Curlous great Satisfaction thereby: He plays at Skittles several Ways very well: He charges a, and discharges it at a Mark: He shaves himself very dexterously: He cuts several curious Fancies in Wood, which he puts into Bottles with each art, that none can comprehend; and many other Things too tedions to insert here.</p>
<p>He waits on Gentlemen and Ladies as their own Houses, as any Hour of the Day, if desis'd.</p>
<p>VIVAT REX</p>
<p>For the Good of the Publish.</p>
<p>WHereas several Gentlewomen, and others of that Sex, in this Kingdom, have contrased evil Habit of Body, wherein the vicious Humours, at first dispers'd thro' the Whole come at length to be lodg'd in one Part or another, and many times, for Causes too long to be hear mentioned; are thrown down upon the Womb, occationing a dangerous Weakness in that Part, which being neglected, at last turns Cancerous, add often prove. Iscure the Diabetes when when over by all other Persons. This is to acquaint all such in may have occasion, that a speedy Relief is to be had from a exprences's Midwife, dwelling at the Sign of the Queen's Arms, a Watch-Makers, near Excess Exchange in the Strand, who perform'd a Coler upon a Lady at the Bub, after she was given over by the Physicians, and frace has Cured several Gentlewomen and others in the City and Suburbs of London. I should not have put my self in Publick Print, but to satisfy the Assicted where they may have present and Relief.</p>
<p>Next Door to the Tin Shop near Exeter-Exchange in the Strand,</p>
<p>LIveth a Doctor that sells a pleasant Cordial Cathartick Medicine, which hath neither Take nor smell, nor composed of any Mercurial Preparation. It is known to be the most effectual Cure against all Cholicks: It gives present Relief in the Gravel, Dropsy, Scorvy and Rheumatiod; destroying all sorts of Worms in Young or Old, and sweetens the whole Mals of Blood. It likewise cares Dizinels and Swimings in the Head, Vapours and Pains in the Stomach. Three Papers will cure any of these Diff taking one every third Day. Those that take it may go abroad, work or play; without any manner of Confinement. Price 1 s. Paper. Those that are really poor may have theirs for nothing. And also sold at Mrs. Garraway's Shop at the Royal Exchange, London.</p>
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