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1st May 1728
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To be bad of JAMES DALTON , in Wood-Street Compter,

A promiscuous Mixture of Iniquity, Ingenuity, and facetious Drollery, being

A GENUINE NARRATIVE of all the STREET-ROBBERIES committed by James Dalton and his Accomplices, who were tried this Sessions, and against whom Dalton (called their Captain) and Neaves were admitted Evidences. Shewing 1st, The Manner of their snatching of Womens Pockets; with Directions how to wear them, so that they cannot be taken by any Robber whatsoever. 2dly, The Method they took to rob the Coaches, and the many diverting Scenes they met with while they followed those dangerous Enterprizes. 3dly, Some merry Stories of Dalton's biting the Women of the Town, his detecting and exposing the Mollies, and a Song which is sung at the Molly-Clubs: With other very pleasant and remarkable Adventures. To which is added, A KEY to the Canting Language, occasionally made Use of in this Narrative. Taken from the Mouth of James Dalton: Printed and sold by J. Roberts, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, and by the Booksellers of London and Westminster. Price One Shilling.

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The Angelick Imperial Tincture,

THE most certain Cure for Agues, and Intermitting Fevers, by which many Hundreds have been cur'd. It needs no further Encomium, having been long made Use of by an eminent Practitioner, with undoubted Success. It's dispos'd of by Mr. John Cliff , (Wholesale or Retail) Stationer, next the Rummer-Tavern in Queen-street, Cheapside; and Retail by Mr. John Clark , Groner, the Corner of James-street, Bunhill-Fields ; Mrs. Bray, Chandler, next Guildhall-Yard, Basinghall-Street; Mrs. Cheek, in Honfly-Down, near the New Church; and at the another Places, Seal'd up in Vials, with this Coat of Arms, A. er trampling on a Ducal Coronet, three Helmets in a Field, with these Words (Non Quis, fed Quid) in a Scroll, at one Shilling each Bottle.

LONDON: Printed for E. Symon in Cornbill; and Sold by J. Roberts, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane.

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