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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="171910140001"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE KING's Commission of the Peace, AND
<p>Oyer and Terminer, and Goal-Delivery of Newgate, held for the CITY of London, and COUNTY of Middlesex, at Justice-Hall in the Old Bailey,</p>
<p>ON</p>
<p>Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday being the 14th, 15th, and 16th, of this Instant October, 1719. In the Sixth Tear of His MAJESTY's Reign.</p>
<p>23. Octob. 1719.</p>
<p>Before the Right Hon. Sir JOHN WARD, Kt. Lord Mayor of the City of London; Mr. Justice Tracy, Mr. Baron Price, John Roby, Esq; Deputy Recorder; and Several of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the City of London, and County of Middlesex.</p>
<p>The Juror's Names were as followeth:</p>
<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>Middlesx Jury.</p>
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<join result="defendantPunishment" targOrder="Y" targets="t17191014-2-defend27 t17191014-2-punish10"/> Transportation </rs>. Whereupon he beg'd of the Court not to send him beyond Sea; but to admit him to any Corporal Punishment they should think fit, which he would willingly submit to, tho' it were to be Whipt a Mile.</p> </div1>
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<join result="persNameOccupation" targOrder="Y" targets="t17191014-17-defend63 t17191014-17-deflabel81"/> about 7 Weeks, and that she mist her Goods strangely; but had a good Opinion of the Prisoner because she had some Friends of good Reputation in the Neighbourhood; that her Husband and she going to see some Friends at Deptford, were importun'd to stay there all Night, but her Husband having a dread upon him would needs go Home tho' late, for fear of being robb'd, and that she followed him the next Day; that when she came Home her Husband told her the Maid was gone, and had left the Door open at 3 a Clock in the Morning; that she went away with the Soldiers who were going for the Isle of Wight, and about 9 Weeks after they took her at a Service about 14 Doors from her; that she told the Justice they kept a Bawdy-House , and brought this prosecution against her because she would not prostitute her Body. Another Evidence deposed, that as she was going to prison she told him the several places where she had sold the Goods; but none went to enquire to see if they could find them in any of those places or no. Mrs. Gibbs, who lived within 14 Doors of the prosecutor. deposed the prisoner liv'd with her 3 Weeks and 3 Days, and was apprehended in her Service; that she told her she had ruined her self by Marrying a Soldier; but behaved her self very well. The prisoner in her Defence said, that the prosecutor kept a Disorderly House, and therefore she would not stay; that she went away about 11 a Clock in the Forenoon, and gave her Master and his Daughter notice of it, and that he refus'd to pay her Wages, unless she would stay till her Mistress came home. Her Master did not appear in Court to contradict her. The Jury
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<p>Received Sentence of Death. 7.</p>
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<p>Burnt in the Hand, 10.</p>
<p>D - J - ,
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<persName id="s17191014-1-person145"> Elizabeth Dean
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<p>Elizabeth Low and Mary Yates pleaded their Bellies, and a Jury of Matrons being impannelled, found Elizabeth Low Quick with Child, and Mary Tates Not Quick.</p> </div1>
<div1 type="advertisements" id="a17191014-1">
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="171910140008"/>Some Books printed for and sold by Edmund Parker as the Bible and Crown 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-Months. Note, This Way of Teaching is approved by most School Masters as the best. Price bound 6 d. with geat Allowance to those who sell or give them away. Note, There are some printed on sine Paper, bd up with Cuts. pr. 8 d.</p>
<p>For the Compleating of Psaltody . The Deont Singer's Guide; containing all the Common Tunes now in the, with select porrions of the psalms adapted to each, and Roles for ing Treble and Ears. To which is added, A Table shown, at one View what psalms and ymm are proper to each Tune both in the Old Version of Mr. Hop and Mr. Sev told , and in the New Version of Dr. dy and Mr. tase. And Directors for Parish Clerks in the Choice of proper psalms on Occ . B.S. Sbeusan; and Recommended by p., D. w ner, and other singing Masters. The Fouro Edition: to which is added Five Tunes, containing Their Cansan, Medim and Bassan, not in the farmer Editions. Price bound s.</p>
<p>Alip;s with Morals and Reflections, improved by Sir Rozer L'E mge, done into Variety of English Verse. with Cots curiously cogr on Copper Pates. Very & Direct and yound Gentleman and Ladies in the Conduct of Human Life. The second price 2 s. 6 d.</p>
<p>Arithmetick made cafie, according to the New Method cow taught and practis'ed in London. Where in the Rules on that necessary Art are Briefly explain'd, and illaftrated with such tamiliar Examples as way suit the Capacity , if they desire to it . To which is added a succined Treate if Deci Fre with Complex Tables, Rules, and Examples, the same. The like not extent it any other of this Naw. the fourth Edition. By Cap land, P ice hound 1 s.</p>
<p>Maximam in Minimum : O. Mr. Jermi b Rib's pens Dextec. Being the and Method of writing SHORT-HAND to which are added. The Terms of the Law: Characters at length being of great use to all Lawness and other who take Trya's at large in Courts. Ne dune till now. By Samuel Betley The whole g'd Trucy Copper lates Pr. 1 s. 6 d.</p>
<p>A to E luries: Setting serth their Antiquire, Power and Duty the Common Law and Statures. With a Table. By a person a Quality. Also a Letter to the Ancor upon the same subject. Price 1 s.</p>
<p>Orders, By Law, and Ordinances for the good Government and R gol of the Persons Licensed to Keep and Drive Hackave Coaches, and their Renters and Drivers. made, p 5 th'd and Deciar'd by the Commissioners; and Allowed and Approved by the Lord Chancellor and Judges as the Law direct Price 3 d.</p>
<p>Books Printed for and sold by Joseph Marshal, at the Ble in Street, over against the Coat Hospital Gate.</p>
<p>1. Dr. Martin Luther's and Mr. John Catvin's Opinion coacering the Trinity: from the Original price 6 d.</p>
<p>2. and Impartial Account of the Nature of the Prote, its present State in the World By Dr. Omen a Edit Price 6 l.</p>
<p>3. Child's Delight, or Instructions Children and Youth, adotned with Copper Cops, to Read , and Cast compts; with a interpreting hard Wores and Names, By Mr. Keecb Price 6 d.</p>
<p>4. The creat Golpe Grace or Faith. being the Substance of sever i sermons on John 17. 7. 8. prce 6 d.</p>
<p>5. brief D and Vindication of the Do of the Tr: as also of the Person and Satisfaction of Christ. by Dr. John Cment. The seventh: dation, price bound 1 s. Bat all personss desirous to promoted so useful a Bood as this the Dect ine of the Trimty, by givng them away, may them 10 s a Dozen Bound.</p>
<p>6. Golpel-Grunds and Evidences of the Faith of God's Elect; left in manuscript for his Wafo's Meditations. By Dr. John Owen. The Second Edition, price B 5 s.</p>
<p>7. The best Mi, or the Melody of Sin; being a Collection of Spiritual Hy ns on divers Occasions. By Mr Wright</p>
<p>8. The Goods spirit of the Marturs revived, being a Collection of the most Remarkable Passages and living Tekimoaics of the Cherch of God and her Faithful Manv, in all Ages of the World. The Second Edition 4 price 3 s. 6 d.</p>
<p>9. A Pradical Dilcourse of God's Sovereignty; with other Material E. The 7th Edition. All sold as above at the Biole in New - , where you may be supplyed with the best Japan lok, and other into that will not change on turn Yellow, as other lak will do. Likewise Ro for the King's Park.</p>
<p>Books Printed for Daniei Pratc, as the Bible Against York</p>
<p>Buildings in the Strand.</p>
<p>A Baoqott for Gentlemen and Ladies, coassting of Nine N the Friend. The prodigal Reclamed. the Husband, or Virginity te ed. The Friendly Cheat. The Unfortunate Lover. Jealousie with a Couse. The Cruel Mother. The Cucko'd turn'd Consellor. The B cc andlians; intermix'd with many Pleasent and Delightl and stence. the Fifth Editio.</p>
<p>The Universal Jetter: O, A Compleat Book of Containing A pleasant Variety of English Jetts, Irish Jetts, Oxford Jetts, Combridges jetts, Coffee-House jetts, Stories,To which is added,A in an Up, or, A between the Lawyers and.</p>
<p>Female Policy decided or the Art of a Designing Woman laid open: By the London Spy, and to Jama: Treating or Allotments, ocntiancy, Love, Resenge, price and 2. A Pleasant and Profitable Discourse in defence Married Men, against pe, scolding Wa; several examples the mitchets and have their lu and 2. a virtuous, or; to discription of s Widow,</p>
<p>Accomp Ladies Delight, n resorting, phy, and Cont. The Art of P and c dying and flowers, and all and 2. The co; in and C; a new recipts releting to the lair Sex, they with to add to the Face and the Goods Guide, or Directions for Fowl, and better the newest at the; with the making & The emale lad rivers 5. the Complex of all of and Howers. The enlarg'd</p>
<p>All Melancholy, Hystercial and Hypocondrieck</p>
<p>D stempers,</p>
<p>WHich variously after the Mind, with strange Fears and de nal Apprehentions; Fantings and Sinkings of the Spirts, great Horries, and di ment (itle undcttood and feld on cured by any means) also Paios and Giddinels of teh Head; Ris ogs to the Throat, Sick F, Trembligs, Oppre of the Heart, o any other Disorders cauled by Various; are successfully cured (with 6) by a Phy well experienced therein, Sun and to physician of London, or more than, 50 Years successful Practice in those Deplotable Ca) he also Cures all Kins of Fits, tho Range and violnc (if cerale) which he win justly inform you: living at No 1. in Bary-street in St. Katberines near the Tower, London: where there that have occation, and live remote, may direct their Letrece and they be ipeedily answered, or attended on it de .</p>
<p>A Water that perfectly cures the Iith, or any stiching Humour in a few Days, without necesity of Purging, or the dangerous else of, Mercury, Price 1 s. 6 d. is only Prepared and sold by A Downing Chy at the Crown and Bell in George Coness in St. Johns Le by Hicks's Hall near West field. Where also may be had. she best Spirits of S-Grafs, by Wholesale or Retale at 8 d. a Bottle. A most effectual Remedy for the Violent Pain in the Teeth, price s. Also a most excellence Remedy for preserving the ectb and dearing them the Scurry, Pricela s.</p>
<p>The following Books are given Gratis .</p>
<p>The practical Scheme of the Secret Disease and Broken Conftiuctions, by Fast Living, Former ill Cures, Salieations and Mercury - aly, The New system of the GOU and Rheumatism, drawn from Reason, Automical Observation and Experience 3ly, ARational Account of the Cause, ature, and Cure of WEAKNESSES usually attending perfirm after former Cure, Over-trainings, SelfA, Hard Labours, Miscarriagea, Etc. Wherein is given a full Account of the Borrid Nacure, and most Miserable Conferences of Sel-Abufes in particular. These Boods (all New Edition) are given Gratis Up one pair of Stairs at the Sign of the ANODYNE.</p>
<p>NECK-LACE,</p>
<p>without Temple Bar. At Mr. Cowpers Toy shop the Corner of Chadles Court by Hungerfond-Market in the Stand. And at Mrs-Garraway's Shop at the King's Arms at the Royal Exchang-gate next Cornhill.</p>
<p>LONDON Printed for J phillips, by M. Jemour against St. Sepulure's Back-Gate in Gilt-Spur-Street, near Newgate; and Sold by J. Roberts in Wrick Lane. Where Advertisement are taken in. (Price 3 d.)</p> </div1> </div0> </body> </text></TEI.2>

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