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Dometic News and he soon had the parties concerned Captain was condemned to the gibin his power, who were all brought bet; Mrs. Mylıyttre was hanged, and before him, without any knowledge of thrown into the gully-hole that ran each other's being taken up, till they next the house in Wapping, where the all met together in the greatest confu. had lived , the apothecary was anatofion and dismay, which evidenced their mised; and the wife was itrangled and guilt.
burnt, according to custom in such They were committed to the gate like cases. They were attended at house, and were brought the next ses- Tyburn by an Irish prieit of the Ro. fions to the Old-Bailey, tried, and con. mish church, called Mac Arthy, who demned on the evidence of the child, gave them absolution, and they all to the entire fatisfaction of the court died negative. and country, and all present. The
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JULY, 1792. 7. A GENTEEL dressed young man supposed he had laid in the water fhot himself through the heart in a field some time, at Halsden, near Harrow on the Hill; On Tuesday, the 15th, John Marthe reason afcribed for this rafh action play, a ftock-broker, who absconded is poverty, as he had not a halfpenny with 10,000l, the property of a person in his pockets.
who intrusted him with it to purchase 9. Robin Gray, alias the Guinea stock, and for which rool, was offer. Pig, a notorious pickpocket, aged up- ed as a reward, was apprehended by wards of fixty, threw himself out of Mr. Mocket, a Serjeant at Mace, in a two pair of stairs window, at his Bishopsgate-itreet, and confined in the lodgings in Dean-ftreet, Soho, in a fit New Counter. of delirium, and was killed on the spot. 16. This day came on to be heard He was twice transported, since which the fuit inftituted by Mr. Duberley., he has several times been tried for against his wife, to obtain a sentence life.
of divorce, a mensa et thoro for adultery 10. This day died in Rochester, with General Gunning. John Baynard, Esq. aged 88, who has After the counsel were heard on left by his will, to the President and both sides, the Judge pronounced a Treasurer of Bethlehem Hospital, sentence of divorce from bed and Moorfields, for the support of infane · board, incurable patients, 100cl. to the Trea 6. This morning was married by Lurer of the Society for the discharge a special licence, at Lord Camelford's and relief of persons imprisoned for house in Oxford Street, the Right small debts, 1000i. He also left other Hon. Lord Grenville, to the Hon. charities and legacies to his relations Miss Anne Pitt, only daughter to and friends, amounting together to Lord Camelford. After the ceremo20,000l. besides very considerable ny, the bride and bridegroom set off elțates.
for Mr. Pitt's feat at' Holwood-house, 14. This morning the body of a Kent, where they will spend the hea "man was taken up by some fishermen ney-moon. near Westminiter bridge. . He seemed Mr. Philips, a gentleman of the Star to be about forty years of age, and had Brew-house, Wapping, who was del. the appearance of a labourer. It is perately wounded by footpads on the
Domestic News Ilford road on Wednesday night, ftill tion, to take a dose of brimstone, fent lies with little hopes of recovery, his wife to get it from his closet: un. Tiro flugs were lodged beneath Mr. fortunately the brought him a yellow Phillips's ear, both of which are extracts powder, which she found in the closet, ed. The Oftler at the Three Rab- and which afterwards turned out to bits, near which house Mr. P. was be yellow arsenic. Having mixed it wounded, on receiving information of in water, the anfortunate gentleman the robbery, immediately went in pur- drank it, and expired, notwithstandfuit of the desperadoes, and in a corn ing every asistance, in great agonies. field, at a short distance, found one of The baker for the colony at Botany them, whom he very spiritedly secu. Bay is the notorious Robert Sidoway; red, and took him before Mr. Justice who was several times tried for houses Spurrel, at Barking. This fellow's breaking, highway robberies, &c. name appears to be Jones, and both when in this country; he has now onc Mr. Phillip's coachman, and a gen- of the best situations in the new Scitleman who was pafling by at the mo- tlement, being allowed a toll out of ment of the robbery, swore that he was every quantity of four he makes into one of the men concerned in it. Mr. bread for the officers and convicts. Spurrel therefore fully committed A person, who pafled- under the him to Chelmsford gaol, to take his name of Whiteman, was lately comtrial.
mitted to Launceston jail, charged The Grand Jury of Westminster with robhing the mail, and with the have found the following true Bills; murder of the bay, near Warrington, one againit Thomas Phochy, the Duke in September last. He had been fome of Glouceter's second coachman, and time near Exeter, amusing himself in William Baker, a groom, charged with fishing, &c. and always avoiding pubinjuring the watch-house, in the late lic places. He was taken in bed, at riots in Mount-ftreet; a second againit Bodmin; and on his irons being put David Hummel, a watchman, at the on, he burit into tears, saying, he had fuit of a respectable young woman, always been an unfortunate man, and Frances Ellis, charged with having re- that the public would know in the ceived twenty-lix Thillings, promiling course of the week, who was the mail to releafé her, but he notwithstanding robber. conveyed her to the watch-house with Major Houghton, now upon his trathe others.
vels in the interior parts of Africa, has A third Bill against the master of lately transnitted an account of his prothe Pitt's Head, where the dance was gress to Mr. Beaufoy. He says lie held, was preferred by Tapp, the has penetrated to a city unknown of High Constable, and thrown out. in history, and unheard of by the me
A young lady of the most brilliant dium of tradition. He represents it personal attractions, considerable for- as infinitely larger, and as containing Tune, and some fashion, has instituted more inhabitants than any city in the a process againit her husband, to whom world, but the people, even there, as the has been married two months, for well as in every other part of the counimpotence ; and a divorce is according- try, he describes to be in a fate of ly claimed, She has made her first grofs barbarism, and trading chiefly deposition.
in slaves, of which it is the great mart? The following melancholy accident A Lioness in the Tower has lately more and more shews the danger of brought forth two young ones, which keeping articles loose in a houle, of are likely to do well ; a circumstance a poisonous quality, Mr. Sporgin, of that has not happened for a long series Chadwell, inclined, from an indispofi. of years.
INDEX TO VOLUME I.
Body found, entirely converted into hair,
380, 402, 412, 473 Boehmen, Jacob, the myfiic divine, ac-
229 Bland, the English Penman, his life
Officer of the King's wardrobe, at
Buthnel, the Humourist Statuary, his
113, 145, 211, 348, 385, 420, 449
Captain Barnaby and old Bootey, or the
Brewer going to Hell
194 Card, to call any one out of the Pack,
Caddies, tricks with Tea
Cards, curious Questions upon 50, 84, 212
Cards, various new Deceptions upon 355
Cards, surprifing Deceptions upon 15
Card nailed to a wall by a piftol hot 385
- to find out a Thief
to drive away quil spirits 389
Expectation upon any particular 214
Cock, a droll trick performed with one 145
164 from the moment of imbrication 413
198 Fortune-teller, the English, 53, 87, 120, 1575
Geiture, a curious
Geometrical proportiods of the Hand
Glass and Cryftal to cut without a Dia-
Glass, how to melt cahily
Gordon's Paradoxes folved
Greatrakes, Valentine, the Stroker, ac.
Gua dian, the false, returns troubled 364
Hands, Meaning of the Signs in the
177, 355, 375
Harrison, the Time-keeper maker, ac-
Hevelius, a celebrated Astronomer, ača
Hints, useful ones
Head, Golden one, which answers differ-
117, 212 Helmont, John Baptift Van, his life 192,
164. Holland, Philemon, the Translator, bis
Humourist, an Afcetic one, who lived
44 years unseen in Grub-ftrect
30, 455, 463
nativity of Mr. Charles Dryden
372 James the IVth, of Scotland, fees an
the force of
480 , Impofitions of Psalmanazar
348, 385, 449
52 Incidents, very wonderful ones 365
391 Iron Chef which opened of itself 67
175 Kelly, Edward, Dr. Dee's partner, his
451 Numbers, various combinations of
226 Number 666, mysterious explanation of 220
Occult Philosophy, the first principles of,
95 Ominous Dreams
Omeos of Matrimony
Ozanam, the Mathematician, his life
Magic:ans, Lives of eminent
25, 59, 94; 1
Pack of Cards changed into Pictures 421
355, 375, 439
348 Pigeon, killed by stabbing its thadow
82, 154 Pinetti's Physical Amusements 18, 50, 81,
Nativity confidered astrologically 466 Philosophical Amusements, Paper .. 14,49
145, 154. Piftol, how to put a Candle out with one 351
92 Poiret, Peter, some account of that mys.
Poisons, Nature and Effet of, confidered 443
192 Pledget to wear about the Neck, to pre-
129 Philosophical Society, B.'s proposal for
Pringle, Miss, her Apparition at two
places at the same time
Property of Talismans
Proposals for an astrological Society 39
43, 75, 172
Powder, Receipt to make the true Sym-'
Psalmanazar, George, his extraordinary
life and performances