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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173510150001"/>THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE Sessions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, FOR THE City of LONDON, AND County of MIDDLESEX, ON
<p>Wednesday the 15th, Thursday the 16th, and Friday the 17th of October, 1735. in the Ninth Year of His MAJESTY's Reign.</p>
<p>Being the Eighth SESSIONS in the Mayoralty of the Right Honourable Sir EDWARD BELLAMY, Knt. Lord-Mayor of the City of LONDON, in the Year 1735.</p>
<p>NUMBER VIII.</p>
<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>Printed for J. ROBERTS, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane.</p>
<p>M.DCC.XXXV.</p>
<p>(Price Six Pence.)</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173510150002"/>The PROCEEDINGS, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable Sir
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<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>1.
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<p>2.
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<p>3.
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<p>4.
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<p>5, 6, 7.
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<persName id="t17351015-5-person52"> Betty Camay
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<interp inst="t17351015-5-person52" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , that used to come to see the Prisoners almost every Day. On the seventeenth of September about noon, a Boy came to my House with a Coffin. I told him he mistook the House. He said, No, for Margaret Hambleton, my Lodger, had ordered it to be brought for a Maid who was out of Place and died suddenly. So I went up with the Boy to her Door with a piece of Packthread and a Stick put into the Staple, for there was no Lock; I bounced against it, and forced it open, and behind it the Deceased lay dead on the Floor, covered all but
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<interp inst="t17351015-5-person53" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> came with them. Hy! Hy! says the Mother, How came you to have the Impudence to come into my Room? Do you want to rob me of my Goods? The Searchers asked her why she did not tell the Neighbours of the young Woman's being dead. She said it was her own dear Child, her own dear Kitty, and she died of Convulsion Fits. There was a bloody Rag pinned about her Neck. There were black Marks about her Throat, a Bruise on her Temple, another on her Cheek, one on her Shoulder, and one on her Breast, but the rest of her Body was very fair; and the Searchers said, she could not die of Convulsions, because her Nails were white and clear. There was a place on the Floor where the Deceased first lay, that was mopt up and seemed to be bloody.</p>
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<persName id="t17351015-5-person54"> David Edwards
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<interp inst="t17351015-5-person54" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was sent for home, and the Prisoners coming in afterwards, I asked the Mother, Why she did not acquaint us of the young Woman's being dead in the House. She said she died in the Morning, and she did not care to disturb us. I look'd round the Room, and seeing only a Flock Bed no bigger than a Sack, I asked them if there was all their Goods, and what I must have for my Rent. The eldest Daughter said, they never designed to pay me any. Then she wiped the Purging at the Deceas'd's Nose and Mouth, and thereupon she bled fresh Blood, as if a Vein had been opened. I lay on the Ground Floor, and heard no Noise in the Night.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-5-person55" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , Searcher. We went first by Candle-light, but the Deceased bled so much at her Mouth and Nose that we could not observe the Marks about her Neck; but next Morning we went again, and found she was bruised much under the right Ear, where the Skin was raised and several Bruises about the Neck and Shoulders, but the rest of her Body was clear, and her Hands and Fingers were white and open. Her Mother said she died of Convulsion Fits, but I think she must have been strangled. For in Convulsion Fits, the Nails and Fingers will be black thus far, and the Bowels will presently turn green - I advised them to send for a Surgeon who had more Skill than I.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-5-person56" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . The Prisoners worked at my Mothers at stiching of Stays. About a Fortnight before the Deceased's death, her Mother told me that she was sick with Fits, and was to come home from her Service. I went to see her two or three Days after she came home; she had a violent black Eye, and looked as if she had been beat. I asked her if she had Fits, and she said no. The Saturday before the Deceased died, her Sister Peggy (the Girl there) came to our House crying, and said, her Mother had been beating her Sister Kitty (the Deceased.) I went down to a Chandler's Shop, and there I saw the other Prisoner Beck at the Door. She was crying too, and said to me, You never saw such a barbarous Creature as my Mother, I lifted Kitty off the Bed and set her to lean against the Window, and my Mother knocked her down on the Floor with her Fist, and said, D - ye, it's all along of you! and Kitty
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<interp inst="t17351015-5-person57" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I lodge at Mrs. Edward's up one pair of Stairs backward in the Room under where the Prisoners lay. On Saturday the thirteenth of September between eleven and twelve at Night, I heard a sort of a thump as if some body had been knocked down, and then I heard one Shriek, and after that, a shuffling of Feet as if two or three had been shuffling one from another.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-5-person58" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . When the Girl Peggy was examined in Covent Garden Roundhouse, she would make no Confession, but just as we were going to shut the Door, she said, O good God! what would become of my poor Mother if I was to tell the truth?</p>
<p>Mr. Wilkie, Surgeon. On Saturday after the Deceased's death, at the desire of the Coroner, I viewed the Body in St. Martin's Work house. On each side of her Neck there was a Mark of Fingers; the Skin was quite rubbed off across the Throat, and from one Mark to the other there was part of a black Circle, all which appeared to be made by a violent Pressure on the Gullet, and from thence I judge that she had been strangled. There was a Bruise on her Shoulder, but I did not think that material. As she had been dead so long, I could form no Judgment as to her having had Fits.</p>
<p>Q. Could she have been strangled without leaving a Mark quite round her Neck?</p>
<p>Mr. Wilkie. Yes; for by pressing the Gullet the Vessels would be obstructed, and she would be strangled of course.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-5-person59" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I lodge in the same House, and the Sunday Se'nnight before her death she was brought to our House by her eldest Sister, who led her up Stairs. Her Face was half muffled up, and I saw she had a very black Eye.</p>
<p>Then the Prisoners made their Defence.</p>
<p>The Mother. My Daughter lived at
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<interp inst="t17351015-5-person60" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's in Gray's Inn Lane. She, having two Fits there, would leave her Service and come home. When she came she had a black Eye, and said she was very sick. She had one Fit that Night, and three every Night after. But on Sunday she had Ten, and on Monday Thirteen. I carried her to Dr. Metcalf in Drury Lane, who blooded her, and after that she was blooded by an Apothecary in Princes Street.</p>
<p>Rebecca. She came home vastly bad, and lay down, and I cover'd her up, and burnt some Gin and gave her, and she had but one Fit that Night. Next Day she sent me to pawn her Stays for two Shillings, which I did, and bought a bit of Mutton, and made her some Broth, but she afterwards grew worse, and at last died in a Fit.</p>
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<p> ++ In January 1732-3, S - Goodman was an Evidence against
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<p>Q. Where was Goodman?</p>
<p>Winn. He lay in the Ditch too; but I don't know that he was acquainted with their Design (for I never saw him before that Night) nor that he had any Part of the Money.</p>
<p>Sutton. What Places do you say we were at before and after the Robbery?</p>
<p>Winn. I came directly from my Mistress (Mrs. How's) House in St. Martin's Church-yard, and after the Robbery I went home again - We afterwards agreed to rob my Mistress's House.</p>
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<p>
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<p>13.
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<p>Cath.Rochford. I lodge at Mr. Oxenham's. The Prisoner owned she took my Goods.</p>
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<p>14.
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<p>15.
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<p>16, 17.
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<p>They were a second Time indicted on the Coroner's Inquisition for the same Murder.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-12-person118" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , Nurse at the Hospital at Hyde-Park Corner. The Deceased was brought to our Hospital on Tuesday Morning Sept. 2. He was all over Blood, and had a great Wound on the Right Side of his Head. He told me on Friday, that he met four Men and a Woman, who wounded him so with a Stick and his own Handsaw, but that he did not know them, and that he gave them no Affront, and neither touched them nor spoke to them. He died on Sunday Morning following.</p>
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<p>Webb. You gave the first Affront.</p>
<p>Palmer. We said not a Word to them, nor they to us, before I was knocked down.</p>
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<p>Dr. Middleton. There was a large Fracture on the Right Side of the Head; the Skull was broke to pieces, and the pieces forced quite down upon the Brain by the Violence of the Blow, which without doubt was the Cause of his Death.</p>
<p>Webb. I was coming with some Company from Chelsea, the Deceased and Palmer affronted us, and Palmer was the first Man that struck, and the Deceased was the next. - I found the Saw in the Field; the Justice bid me give it to the Constable, but he would not take it, and so I carried it to my Father's.</p>
<p>Abr. Webb the Elder. My Son came home at Ten at Night, and brought the Saw which was bloody.
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<interp inst="t17351015-12-person126" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Palmer was committed to the Gatehouse by Justice Manly, on the Oath of Flaningan, for violently beating and wounding him; and the Justice would not bail him till a Surgeon declared that Flaningan was out of Danger.</p>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17351015-13-off48 t17351015-13-crimeloc50"/> with the Cloth, I pitched it upon a Bulk at the Olive Tree, an Oil-shop. The Prisoner came up and asked me if I had seen a Boy come out of that Shop. I answered, No. The Rascal, says he, has got the Key of the Door. - Do so much as step to the Cross-Keys-Inn, and ask for a Hamper directed for Mr. Jackson, that is my Name, and I keep this House. I'll take Care of your Bundle the while, and give ye Three-pence now, and Three-pence when you come back. So he gave me Three-pence, and I left the Cloth on the Bulk, but when I returned he was gone. After a long Enquiry, and describing him to several People, I heard that such a Person who used to follow such Practices, lodged at a Barber's Shop in Rose-and-Crown Court in Moorfields, and there I found him, and am positive that he is the Man, for I saw him plainly by the Light of the Evening, and a Light in an Apothecary's Shop. The Jury found him
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<p>Prisoner. He laid the Half Crown under the Candlestick, and said I should have it if I would humour him in his Way so and so, which is very unheathenly to mention; whereof when I refused, he charged me with picking his Pocket.
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<p>21.
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<p>22.
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<p>24.
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<p>Col. Des Romaine. On the twenty fifth of October, 1733. about eight at Night, I heard some body knock at the Door. My Maid who was below, not coming up, I took a Candle and went to the Door my self. As soon as I had unbolted it, a Man thrust his Foot between the Door and the Threshold, and seizing me by the Shoulder, swore he must have my Money, and if I made a Noise, he would shoot me dead. However, I pushed the Door as hard as I could with my Hand, and cryed out Murder, and called to my Maid, and bid her call my Men to bring the Pistols. I was in hopes by this to make the Rogues think I had Men in the House, though I had none. But presently I was struck across the Head with a Cutlace. I still kept the Door to, upon which another of them said, D - him, beat his Brains out: and then I received such a Blow with the Butt end of a Pistol, that I lost two of my Teeth, and was afraid my Eye was put out. I fell down, and four Men rushed in. One of them went towards the Maid, and the other three rifled me of a Gold Watch, two Rings, about fifteen or sixteen Shillings in Silver. While they were searching my right Pockets, I slipt a Purse with six Guineas and a half out of my left Fob and thrust it under the Matt on the Floor. They tyed my Hands, and dragged me up Stairs, and threatned, and struck me again with a Pistol to make me discover where my Money was, but I told them I had none. They opened my Trunk, and took out a Box of Plate. The Trunk had a double Cover, in which I had forty five Guineas and a half. They did not then open the upper Cover, which gave me some hopes that they would not find the Money. They took two Pistols and a Silver-hilted Sword out of a Closet. One of them was for breaking the Blade, but the others opposed it. After this they all three took me down Stairs again, and at the Parlor Door I saw my Maid lying with her Petticoats turned up, and the fourth Man putting up his Breeches. He was very tall, and like the Prisoner, but I cannot be positive to his Face, for the Blood run over my Eyes, so that I could hardly see. Then they tyed my Hands behind me so hard, that the Cord was hid under the Flesh of my Wrists, which put me to such violent Pain that I thought the Torture of putting the Question could not be worse, and the Marks made by the Cords remained in my Wrists for a Year after. They put a Napkin over my Face and the Maids Petticoat and Gown over my Head, and in this Condition I remained from eight at Night till three the next Morning. They bound the Maid close by me in the Parlor. I heard her say, For God's sake let me alone. I could feel her move, and hear them go backwards and forwards. They came to me several times and beat me over the Head with a Pistol, but her Petticoat broke the Blow. One of them said, O ye old Rogue! You told us you had no Money. By which I concluded that they had found the Guineas in my Trunk. I desired them not to abuse me in that manner, but rather kill me, and so put me out of my Misery. Presently I felt something like a Hanger put under the Petticoat to my Neck. Upon which my Maid cried, For God's sake do not kill my Master, rather kill me. Between two and three o'Clock, hearing no Noise, I told my Maid that I believed they were gone. She said she feared they were not, and begged me for God's sake not to hazard my Life. However, I ventured to move about till at last I got my Back towards her, and she with much Difficulty untyed my Hands, and being thus got loose, I went into the Passage. I perceived a Light in the Fore Parlor, which at first gave me some Apprehensions
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<interp inst="t17351015-20-person169" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> (Garscee) who kept a Brandy-shop in Tyburn Road, and asked him to go with us, but he said he had left off dealling that way, and that he did not care to venture again. Brown asked him if he knew where Long Will (the Prisoner) was. Yes, says Gassy, I believe he is at his Mothers, and I will step and fetch him; but while we we were talking, the Prisoner came in. We drank a Bowl of Punch together above Stairs, and told him what Lay we were upon. He made no Objection, but that he had no Arms, upon which I lent him one of my Pistols, and so about seven o'Clock we went to the King's Jeweller's House, but seeing an Iron Grate in the Door to look through, they said it would never take. However, says I, let us do Business if we can. Ring the Bell, and see whether they will open the Door or not. So we rung, and a Servant coming to the Door, we asked her if Madam de Batt was there. She answered, No, she is just gone. So we went away and consulted what do; we agreed to go to Col. Romaine's, which we did. Brown and I went foremost, and having put back the Bolt of the Yard Door, we came to the Door of the House and knocked. The Colonel himself opened it, and I thrust my Foot in between the Door and the Threshold, and struck him on the Head with a Cutlace. He cryed out Murder, and called to his Maid to bid his Men bring the Pistols. But we forced in, and as we were tying his Hands, Whitlock and the Prisoner came in, and I asked them why they did not come up sooner. We risled him and bound his Hands behind him, and carried him into the back Parlor. The Prisoner seiz'd the Maid, who came up with a Candle, and we tyed her Hands in the same Room. Then I and Brown and Whitlock took the Colonel up Stairs to make him shew us where the Money was, and left the Prisoner with the Maid. We began to break open a Chest, but he desired us to untie his Hands, and he would give us the Keys. We took out a parcel of Plate, and some Pearl Necklaces, but I saw no Money there, and if they found any they sunk it. We went up another Pair of Stairs, and turned the Beds up to examine them. We took a rough Draught of what was there -</p>
<p>* See their Trial in December 1733.</p>
<p>+ See the Trial of John Gassey in the Sessions Paper for July 1722.</p>
<p>- What do you mean by a rough Draught?</p>
<p>Mitchel. We gave a look round the Room, and then went into his Daughter's Chamber and broke open a Chest of Drawers and took out some Head Clothes and other Women's Apparel. We went again to the Colonel, bound his Hands again behind him, and carried him down Stairs with us. Coming into the Entry, we saw the Maid lying with her Coats up, and the Prisoner on his Knees putting up his Breeches. D - ye you Rogue, says I, You ought to think of other
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<interp inst="t17351015-20-person170" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> * at the Ship Alehouse in the Old Bailey, and sold it all to him for twenty five Pound. We went back and gave the Prisoner his Share of this Money, and two Guineas more for his Snack in the Brocades. It being then near Night, he said he must go over the Water, and would return in a little while. But I saw him no more till he was apprehended - I have known him four or five Years, but never was concerned with him in any Fact besides this.</p>
<p>* See the Trial of Bodenham in the Sessions Paper for December 1733.</p>
<p>Prisoner, Prove that I ever was in your Company.</p>
<p>Mitchel. My Wife can do that.</p>
<p>Mitchel's Wife. I have known the Prisoner from a Child. He came between three and four that Morning with my Husband and Whitlock and Brown to our House; they brought brocaded Silk Clothes, Holland Shirts, Laced Head Clothes, a Gold Watch, Silver Forks, Silver-handled Knives, Silver Salts, a Silver-hilted Sword, and two Pistols, and other things. It not being quite light, I said to the Prisoner, I should know you by your Tongue. Is not your Name Blackwell, was not you a Soldier, and did not you live in St. Giles's, and sell Geese and Rabbitt? Yes, says he, and I have known you from a Child. Where did you get these Goods? says I; my Husband answered, they had been a Smuggling. But when he and Brown and Whitlock were gone to sell the Plate, the Prisoner told me they got the Goods at Colonel Romaines.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-20-person171" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known the Prisoner eighteen or nineteen Years. On the twenty ninth of September last, between nine and ten o'Clock at Night, as I was going home, I saw the Prisoner on Horseback and very drunk, at the end of Earl's Court in Drury Lane. One
<persName id="t17351015-20-person172"> Sarah Burgess
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<interp inst="t17351015-20-person172" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> was persuading him to go home, but he swore he would not. Why don't you go, says she, There's Will. Kirk. I had taken but little notice of him before, but upon hearing this, I looked at him, and he swore he would shoot me. I went round Red Lyon Court, and came again into Drury Lane, and found him at Sarah Burgess's Door at the Corner of Colstair's Court. I went to Brocks (Brogdon Poplet's) and told him that Long Will. was hard by and we might take him. But Brock said it was not worth his while, for there was but forty Pound for taking him. Upon this I went to
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<interp inst="t17351015-20-person173" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , and got him to assist me. We went after the Prisoner, and found him in Broad St. Giles's, and another Man with him. We thought it not proper to seize him till that Man was gone, and so we followed at a distance, till coming towards the Vine Tavern in Holborn, the Man wished him a good Night, and bid him hold by the Horse's Main. Never fear, Cockey, says the Prisoner, for, D - my Eyes I shall do well enough. The Man being gone, we pulled the Prisoner off his Horse, upon which he cried I am a dead Man! my Glass is run, D - my Eyes! We found a Pistol and Powder and Ball in his Pocket; and as we were carrying him to the Round house, he desired to be made an Evidence.</p>
<p>Prisoner. You know nothing of me but down-right Work.</p>
<p>Kirk. I have known him eighteen or
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<p>26, 27, 28.
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<p>29.
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<interp inst="t17351015-22-person188" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Morpeth, Kiff and the Prisoner and I went to drink at the Fox Alehouse in Kingsland-Road. We staid till the Dusk of the Evening, and then went out and met the Prosecutor by the Watch-house at Stone-bridge. Morpeth stopt him, and demanded his Money. The Prosecutor started back, and the Prisoner gave him a Punch in the Face: We took him down a Lane and rifled him. They took his Hat, Wig, Watch, Ring and Money, and I took his Buckles. We tied his Legs and Arms behind him, and told him he should be released in a little Time. He asked us how he should know that? And Morpeth fired a Pistol, and said that was a Sign for one to come to his Relies; but this was only said to make him easy. We went thence to the Magpye Tavern at Bishopsgate, where they produced Half a Crown and two Half-pence. I said that the Gentleman told me that he had lost two Guineas. They swore then the Gentleman was a Rogue, and that People often pretend to have lost more than they really have. The Prisoner had the Watch and Ring to dispose of, and next Day he told us that he had pawned the Watch for a Guinea and a Half, and sold the Ring (having knock'd the Stone out because it had a Coat of Arms in it) for 4 s. 6 d. 5 s. 6 d. or 6 s. 6 d. I forget which - The Buckles were sold for 9 s. to a Goldsmith at the Corner of Moses and Aaron Alley in Whitechapel. The Wig was valued by
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<interp inst="t17351015-22-person190" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was at the taking the Prisoner in a Back Lane by Whetstone. He told me if they hanged him it would be for his Good, for then, d - his Eyes, he should do no more Mischief.</p>
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<p>Three other Witnesses deposed that they knew no Ill of him.</p>
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<p>
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<p>The Jury found him
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<note>[Branding. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>31.
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<p>32.
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<interp inst="t17351015-25-person215" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . About Nine at Night my Apprentice sent for me from the Tavern, and told me the Prisoner, who was then in my Shop, had stole my Goods. I took the Prisoner backwards, and calling in two of my Workmen, I charged him with taking such Goods. After a long Hesitation, and often desiring me to go up Stairs, he gave me 16 Verges out of his Mouth (all of them were of no greater Bulk than a Chew of Tobacco) 17 Studs of Brass, 23 Ballances, 10 Setts of Steel Works, belonging to Watch - Movements, three Pounds and three Quarters of Brass, and a File, out of his Pockets. He said he was ashamed of and sorry for what he had done, and begged for Mercy, and that I would not send him to Jail.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did not I deliver them to you the Minute you came in, and tell you that I intended to buy them, and not to defraud you?</p>
<p>King. No. It was a long Time before I could bring him to confess.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I had dealt two or three Years at the Shop, and went as usual to buy Goods, but being in Drink, I took what I intended to buy and put them in my Pocket.</p>
<p>Mrs. Edwards. About the 22d of May, and the 14th of July last, I trusted the Prisoner with these Watches, and he honestly returned them to me; and I verily believe he had no Design to steal the Goods laid to his Charge.</p>
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<p>33.
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<p>34.
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<p> * In September 1731, Brown was tried for a Street-Robbery, but acquitted. And in July last he was one of the Evidences for Mac Cray.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-28-person237" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . On Friday Night my Mother sent me to the Prisoner's Shop. - He
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<p>Prisoner. Vat'our it vas ven you come to mine Shop?</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-28-person238" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . What Hour? It was between Nine and Ten at Night.</p>
<p>Q. Was that the first, or second Time of your being there?</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-28-person239" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . The first, for it was about Ten when I went the second Time, and I saw no body else was then in the Shop. He shut the Hatch and bolted it, and when he came to me in the Back Room he latched the Door.</p>
<p>Prisoner. You vas in mine Shop but von Time dat Night.</p>
<p>Q. Why did you not complain before Monday?</p>
<p>
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<p>Q. On your Oath did not you consent?</p>
<p>Susan Marshall. No. I cry'd out aloud.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Ven you come again to my Shop?</p>
<p>Susan Marshall. Not till Monday Morning.</p>
<p>Prisoner. You come on de Saturday.</p>
<p>Q. How came you to go again to the House of a Man that had used you in such a Manner? Were you sent on an Errand?</p>
<p>Susan Marshall. No. I went with two or three of my Play-fellows to drink a Dram.</p>
<p>Mrs. Bathaway. The Girl came to my Habitation on the Monday, and cried. I asked what was the Matter? and she told me that her Mother had sent her for two Herrings; that the Prisoner bid her come again and he would give her one for herself; that she went; that he took her into a Back Room, and gave her a Dram, and sat her in his Lap, and put his Hands up her Coats, and told her - I don't know how to speak it - but he told her he must - And that then he laid her on the Floor, and did as he said. That she cried out very loud, but no body heard her. Upon this I sent for her Mother, and upon examining we found that some Man had abused her.</p>
<p>Mrs. Marshall. My Girl told me that the Prisoner had used her in a violent Manner. I found her in a very bad Way, and was frighted to see that a Man had been medling with her.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did not I send a Surshon?</p>
<p>Mrs. Marshall. Yes, a Fortnight after, but I would not let him see the Child.</p>
<p>Q. When did you complain?</p>
<p>Mrs. Marshall. This was done on the 11th of April. On the 18th I sent for a Surgeon, and the next Day I went to Hicks's Hall, and preferred a Bill for an Attempt.</p>
<p>Q. How came a Bill afterwards to be found for a Rape?</p>
<p>Mrs. Marshall. I left it to my Attorney.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17351015-28-person241"> Elizabeth Palmer
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<interp inst="t17351015-28-person241" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , Midwife. I searched the Girl on the 17th of April. She was very much torn, and had a foul Distemper. On the 19th I went to a Surgeon, and told him I fancy'd she was clapt, by what I found upon her Linnen. He said he believed the same. And I'll swear that a Man had enter'd her in a barbarous Manner.</p>
<p>Mr. Hawkins, Surgeon. The Girl complained of a Smart. I saw her Linnen turn'd
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<p>Mr. Matthews, Apothecary. I thought by her Linnen, that her Disorder was Venereal.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I brought an Action against deem in de King's Bench for Scandal, and den dey indict me for dis Rape.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-28-person242" type="given" value="Elizabeth"/>
<interp inst="t17351015-28-person242" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I lodge in the Prisoner's House. On the eleventh of April, I was in his little Room behind the Shop from eight in the Morning till eleven at Night, and was not out of it except twice or thrice in the Day-time, when I just stept into my own Room and down again. But from nine at Night to eleven I was not once out. The Girl came between nine and ten for two Herrings, and carried them away, but she came no more that Night, nor was she at all in the little Room. And Mrs. Tomson, who then lodged in the same House, but is since dead, was with me in that Room from eight till past ten: Next Day, as the Prisoner and I and the Spanish Embastinder's Silver Smith (who is now gone over Sea) were sitting in that Room, this Girl and another came in for a Quartern of Gin; they laughed and talked how they had served two Boys, and this Girl said, I paid his Shins with the Fire-shovel, I love to play at Man and Wife, but I do not like him. She came two or three times that Day for Gin, upon which the Prisoner said to his Wife, why do you let them Girls drink Gin? I would have you deny them. As to the Prisoner's Character, he is a very honest Man as far as I know.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-28-person243" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . So he is, and I lodge in his Cellar under that little Room, and I heard no Noise that Night - I saw the Girl on the fifteenth of April. She said the Prisoner had had to do with her to be sure. I asked her why she did not cry out. Because, says she, he gave me a Dram of Anniseed, and I shall have a pretty Baby of my own to nurse, and that will be better than crying out.</p>
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<p>In reply to which,
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<p>They were a second time indicted on the Coroner's Inquisition for the said Murder.</p>
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<p>Price. I was not in the Street till all was over.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-29-person264" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , a Soldier. I was drinking with the Deceased, who sat on a Bench. Price coming in, he told her she had cleaver Legs, as thick at the bottom as top, and then he touched the String of her Shoe. She kicked his Privities. He gave her a Box on the Ear. She called for her Cousin Armstrong, who came and threatned to cut his Nose off. Arm-Strong went out, he followed, and was stabbed while I was in the Shop, but when I went out they were all three down, and I saw his Shoe full of Blood. I carried him to a Surgeon in four Minutes, which which was about half an Hour after he went out of the Shop.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-29-person265" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Surgeon. The Deceased was brought to me between two and three. He had a Wound near the Armpit which past obliquely towards the Sternum, but there was no penetration in the Cavity of the Thorax. He had another an Inch and a half deep in the Calf of his Leg. I drest his Wounds, and they were both trivial, but for want of due care, the Hemorrhage of Blood from the Calf of his Leg contributed to his Death, for he was harrasded about for two or three Hours, and no body would take him in. And his Animal Spirits being exhausted, he might be be suffocated for want of having his Head laid in a proper position. Besides, I heard that after he was wounded he fought with a Sailor, which might hasten his Death.</p>
<p>- Wallis. After the Wound was given he went towards the Brandy-shop, and a Sailor coming by they had two or three Blows. But the People saying, Are not you ashamed to fight with a Man that is stabbed, and then the Sailor went away.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-29-person266" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I looked out at Window and saw Armstrong push at the Deceased, he got hold of her Wrists, but she got loose and stabbed him thus down the Breast; I cryed out, Beat her, beat her, and then he pulled her Head in the Kennel. A Sailor coming by, said to him, D - ye! what Son of a B - are you, to beat a Woman? Upon which, the Deceased quitted the Woman, and two or three Blows past between him and the Sailor, but it was over in a Minute, for I called out and said, For God's sake do not let him beat a wounded Man.</p>
<p>Price. The Deceased came behind me, and put his Hand up my Coats, I said, what is that for ye Blockhead? is there not Wench enough for ye? What, says he, do ye stomach it? My Cousin having been opening Oysters next Door, came in with a Knife in her Hand, and then I went out about my Business, but coming back, I saw my Cousin in the Kennel, and the Deceased a beating her, and so I went and took him off.</p>
<p>Armstrong. Hearing my Aunt cry out, I went and said to the Deceased. Are not you a foolish Irish Dog to meddle with an old Woman, and then he knocked me down into the Kennel, where he twice put his Hands up my Coats.</p>
<p>Two Surgeons deposed, that the Wound did not appear to be mortal. but that the Deceased might have been living if he had taken due care of himself.</p>
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<p>Elizabeth Tostick. On Tuesday Morning I found the Drawer in the Bar open, and the Plate which I had left there was gone, and I lost two pair of Silk Stockings, and a pair of Shoes out of the Kitchen.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-30-person276" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner's Lady went from our House at half an Hour after two in the Morning, and he was not then to be found; on which account, when we found the House was robbed, we suspected him, and heard that he came home at five that Morning. Upon searching his Room, I found ten Silver Spoons and two Salts hid in a Cloth up the Chimney. I asked him how he got into our House the second time. He confest that he returned in half an Hour after he first went away, and past through the Kitchen into the Yard, where he waited till the Family was abed, and that then he took the Goods, opened the Street Door (and left it open) and went away between three and four in the Morning He had lived with my Mistress eight Months ago.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I am a young Fellow, and beg to be transported for Life.</p>
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<p>39
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<interp inst="t17351015-31-person282" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I had received forty Pound. I had a Bank Note for half of it, and the rest was in Gold. About nine at Night, I went to drink at the Red Lyon Ale-house in Peter Street, Soho, and there was this Prisoner. When I went away, she followed, and asked me to give her a Pint - We went to an Ale-house the corner of
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<interp inst="t17351015-31-person283" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I heard the Prisoner confess that she took seven Guineas from the Prosecutor. Upon which, I told her, if it was in my Power I would prosecute her for her Assurance in divulging it. She said if it was to do again she would do it.</p>
<p>Prisoner. He asked me to drink, I told him I hoped he would do me no harm, and he said he would not, but he made me drunk and put me to bed, and when I awaked and found my self locked in, I was frighted - And next Day he charged me with seven Guineas. I have seen him several times since,
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<p>40.
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>41.
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<p>Henry Dun. Having been taking a Bottle on Sunday Night, and being a little merry, I met the Prisoner near
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17351015-33-off139 t17351015-33-crimeloc141"/> about twelve o'Clock, and took her up an Alley. I had stood but a little while before I found her Hand in my Pocket, upon which I felt for my Watch, and it being then safe, I staid a little longer, and then we parted; but soon after I felt again for my Watch and it was gone. I described her to the Watchmen, and they found her on the Friday Night following. She confest before the Justice that she had the Watch, and by her Direction it was found at the Pawn-brokers; she says indeed that I gave it her, but this is the common Pretence of such Creatures to make People ashamed to prosecute them; but I knew better, and I hope others will follow my Example.</p>
<p>Prisoner. He picked me up, and took me into the Alley, where he offered such unseemly things that it is a shame to speak of them. He said he had no Money, but if I would oblige him he would pledge his Watch with me; and as he supposed I was commonly to be found thereabouts, he would redeem it the next time he saw me.
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<p>42.
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<p>But it appearing a malicious Prosecution, the Jury
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<p>43, 44.
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<p>45.
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<p>46.
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<p>47.
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<p>48.
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<p>The Jury
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<p>- Graham. About Eleven at Night the Prisoner came into an House where I was drinking. His Face and Hands were bloody, and he told me that his Landlord had abused him, and turned him out of his Lodging. It may be your Fault, says I, for when I lodged in the same House, the Man was civil to me. In a little Time I got up and went out; the Prisoner followed, and desired me to let him lie with me for one Night. As he was my Countryman, and destitute of a Lodging, I at last consented, tho' I had another Bed-fellow. So we went to my Room together. I undress'd and went to Bed before the Prisoner.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. He was in Liquor, and so was I, and I know no more of the Money than the Child unborn.</p>
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<interp inst="t17351015-40-person332" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> a Scrivener, (who was tried last Sessions on the same Account.) He desired me to get Money for it. I told him I would try. It was then indors'd,
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<interp inst="t17351015-40-person333" type="given" value="William"/>
<interp inst="t17351015-40-person333" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I enquir'd who Morris was, and Northall answer'd, that Morris was a Smith at the lower End of Broad-Street. Northall came several Times about it, and at last he said he was employ'd by Devenish (the Prisoner) to whom the Note belonged, and to whom I must pay the Money. After this, the Prisoner came himself, and said it was his Note, and that the Name at Bottom was his own Hand. I had directed the Note, that Morris was a Smith in Broad Street, and asked the Prisoner if that Direction was right, and he said it was. I then asked him if he dealt with Morris, and how he came to owe Morris such a considerable Sum. His answer was, that he himself was a Back-maker; that the Money was owing for Nails and other Things in the Back-making Trade, and that the Sum was not considerable for a Man of his Dealing. This Account I thought was natural enough; thereupon I told him I hoped to get it discounted in two or three Days. For this Purpose I applied to Mr. Conran, and he to Mr. Green a Jeweller, who offered to give Rose Diamonds at a Market Price for the Note, which I agreed to, because I deal in them my self - It's Part of my Business, as a Broker, to get Notes discounted. The Brokers don't usually enquire after the Indorsers; though it's what we ought to do, but we leave that to the Person who discounts the Notes - The Prisoner came five or six Times to see if I had done it - As to the Indorsement, there is not a Letter in Morris's Name that is like his Writing.</p>
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<p>Prisoner's Council. When you saw the Note first were these Words, Pay the Contents to Thomas Green or Order, then indors'd over the Name of William Morris?</p>
<p>Thomas Green. No. It was a Blank Indorsement, with only the Name of
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<p>It not appearing that those Words and Figures, May 29, 1735. Pay the Contents to Thomas Green or Order, were written by the Prisoner, the Jury
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<p>Receiv'd Sentence of Death 4.</p>
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<p>Transportation 13.</p>
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<p>Burnt in the Hand 2.</p>
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<p>Whipt 1.</p>
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<p>ADVERTISEMENTS.</p>
<p>Helmont's Worm-Powder.</p>
<p>Recommended by the late Dr. Ratcliffe.</p>
<p>The only safe Medicine for Worms in Children</p>
<p>HATH none of that nauseous Tast which Physick generally has, that every Child will take it. The Stools which it brings away are exceding offensive and slimy. The Symptons of Worms are hard Belly, pain at the Stomack, a Cough, which sometimes turns to the Convulsive or Hooping Cough, in which this Medicine is particularly serviceable. In Convulsion Fitts, whether they proceed from Worms ot the Teeth, give this with a Continuance till either the Teeth are cut or the Worm voided. It has this valuable Property, that it never weakens. Children at the same time that it purges them.</p>
<p>Price One Shilling in seal'd Bottles with Directions.</p>
<p>Sold only at Mrs. Twick's a Perfume Shop, at at the Pheasant in St. James's Market.</p>
<p>A Speedy Cure for the ITCH.</p>
<p>At the Crown and Ball in George's Court, in St. John's-Lane, near Hicks's Hall, is sold,</p>
<p>A WATER which perfectly cures the ITCH, or Itching Humours in any part of the Body, having no offensive Scent; and has been approved by many Years Experience. Price 1 s. 6 d. a Bottle with Directions. Prepared by A. Downing, Chymist.</p>
<p>At the same Place may be had, The true Essence or Spirits of Scurvy-Grass, both Purging and Plain, most ezcellent in all Degrees of the Scurvy, at 8 d. a Bottle.</p>
<p>And the great Elixir of Life, called Daffy's Elixir, truly prepared from the best Ingredients, very useful in all Families. Price 2 s. 6 d. the Half Pint.</p>
<p>This Day is published in two Volumes in Octave, price Fourteen Shillings.</p>
<p>SELECT TRIALS at the Sessions-House in the Old Baily, for Murders, Robberies, Rapes, Sodomy, Coining, Frauds and other Offences, from the Year 1720 to the present time; chiefly transcribed from Notes taken in Court, with genuine Accounts of the Lives, Behaviour, Confessions, and Dying Speeches of the most eminent Convicts.</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173510150020"/>ADVERTISEMENTS.</p>
<p>These Trials, &c. are not to be met with in any other Collection.</p>
<p>Both Volumes containing upwards of Five Hundred Trials, (being the most useful in structive and entertaining Things ever published) among which are upwards of seventy Tryals for Murder, near Sixty of Whores for privately Stealing, upwards of One Hundred for the Highway, about Thirty for Rapes, the rest being for Frauds, Forgery, Barglary, Sodomy, Bigamy, Shop-lifting, Riots, Misdemeanours, Receiving Stolen Goods, Single Felonies, &c. &c. &c.</p>
<p>Sold by J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane, and by all the Booksellers and Pamphlet Shops in Town.</p>
<p>N.B. These Trials are not only very necessary for all Lawyers, Justices of the Peace, Clerks of the Indictments, and other Persons concern'd in Prosecutions, &c. but are very useful and entertaining to the Generality of Readers; and every Number contains more in Quantity, and is cheaper than any thing ever publish'd this way.</p>
<p>These Trials, which make Twenty Six Numbers, were published once a Fortnight; and such persons as want any-Numbers to complete these Sets, are desired to send for them very speedily, or it will be impossible to Complete them.</p>
<p>The famous Specifick Injection or Lotion.</p>
<p>Which in Nineteen Years private Practice has cured six hundered seventy three Gonorrheas or Claps, (without taking any Medicine by the Mouth) and since September, one hundred eighty four in the publick way; and will prevent either Pox or Clap, as Thousands have experienced.</p>
<p>Those that use this Medicine always knows where to find the Author.</p>
<p>It entirely destroys and carries off all Venereal Infection (because it reaches the Cause immediately, which no Medicines taken by the Mouth can do, and therefore prevents all the doleful Attendants of impure Embraces; Sublata Causa tellitur affectus.</p>
<p>N.B. Reason and Experience first recommended it to the Publick, the great Satisfaction it gives, and the great Demand for it, convinces me more and more of its extensive Use See the Advertisements at large in Fog and the Craftsman.</p>
<p>It is sold at Mr. Kings, a Picture Shop in the Poultry, near Stock's Market; and
<persName id="a17351015-1-person356"> William Evans
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<interp inst="a17351015-1-person356" type="given" value="William"/>
<interp inst="a17351015-1-person356" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Bookseller, in Bristol; and
<persName id="a17351015-1-person357"> Thomas Price
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<interp inst="a17351015-1-person357" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Bookseller, in Gloucester, at 7 s. 6 d. a Bottle, which is wrap'd and seal'd up with Directions (a proper Instrument a Shilling) Ask for a Bottle of Wash.</p>
<p>At the Places above a Paper, with an Account of its admirable Virtues, is given Gratis. It's not sold by Mr. Butlers.</p>
<p>BOOKS printed by, and for W. Pearson, over-against Wright's Coffee-house in Aldersgate-street.</p>
<p>1. A Treatise of the Natural Grounds and Principles of Harmony, by W. Holder D. D. Fellow of the Royal Society, and late Sub Dean of their Majesty's Chappel Royal. To which is added by way of Appendix, Rules for Playing a Thorow-Bass; with variety of proper Lessons, Fuges, and Examples to explain the said Rules. Also Directions for Tuning an Harpsichord or Spinnet. By the late Mr.
<persName id="a17351015-1-person358"> Godfrey Keller
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<interp inst="a17351015-1-person358" type="given" value="Godfrey"/>
<interp inst="a17351015-1-person358" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Price Bound 3s.</p>
<p>2. The second Book of the Divine Companion, of, David's Harp New Tun'd. Being a choice Collection of New and Old Psalms, Hymns, and Anthems, for One, Two, Three, Four, and Five Voices; name of them being ever before printed. P Bound 3 s.</p>
<p>3. Where may be had the first Book of the Divine Companion. Price Bound 3 s.</p>
<p>4. A Supplement to Playford's Book of Psalms in three Parts: Being a Collection of above twenty of the best modern Tunes now in use. (Not in that Book) With an Introduction to Psalmody. Price Stitch'd 6 d.</p>
<p>5. Catechetical Questions in Musick, containing a Hundred and Seventy Questions, fairly answered and made plain to the meanest Capacity. By
<persName id="a17351015-1-person359"> William Gorton
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<interp inst="a17351015-1-person359" type="given" value="William"/>
<interp inst="a17351015-1-person359" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , one of her late Majesty's Musicians in Ordinary. The Second Edition. To which is added, By way of Appendix, a Musical Dictionary, explaining such Greek, Latin, Italian, and French Words as generally occur in Musick. Price Bound 1 s. Stitch'd 9 d.</p>
<p>6. The Organist's Pocket Companion, being a Collection of all the Psalm-Tunes that are generally used in Parish Churches and Chapples, and others of Uncommon Measure. Figur'd for the Organ or Harpsichord such Tunes as are not in the Compass of the Flute, are Transpos'd at the End of the Book. Revis'd by P. Prelleur. Price Stitch'd Six Pence.</p> </div1> </div0> </body> </text></TEI.2>

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