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obey bave bad ebe bappiness to be born in, and which the allignee's counsel infifted be. by never forgetting ibat great rule, thai tbeir long'd to the bankrupe's estate : But several interest must always be ibe fume wirb ibat of aldermen and others, who are bankers, obis brave and free people.

explaining to the court how dangerous ic The city muy a ways depend on my bearly would be to credit, if they "ere liable to good wishis for the welfare of sbeir trade and repay money which they gave their notes ibeir prosperity,

for to persons that left money with them,, FRIDAY, 7.

not knowing whether they were bankrupts i This evening there was a numerous the jury brought in a verdict for the defenmeeting of the most eminent merchants of dant. this city, when a letter from his grace the

WEDNESDAY, 12. duke of Bedford was laid before them, to This day about noon, Richard Coleman, the the following purport : 'That as soon as brewer's clerk, for the inhuman murder of the declaration of the governor of Si, De- Sarab Green, near Neqvirgion ; Gibbons and mingo was known, relating to the settling Walker, the young watermen, for a robbery of the inand of Tobago, a courier was dir. on the river Tbomes; and Rena and Debtins, patched to Verswilles relating thereto, which for a highway robbery, were carried from was returned, and brought a declaration of the new goal in Sou!kwark, and executed the said court, which utterly denies having at Kennington-Commom. Coleman, at the any knowledge of the above-mentioned place of execution, denied the fact for governor's proceedings, and that they had which he suffer'd. (See p. 142.) dispatched orders to the said governor to A great number of disbanded soldiers, defit from such proceedings. (See p. 154.) discharged Failors, poor artificers, labourers,

Charles Aszill, Erg; was unanimouny &c, who had accepted of the land granted by chosen alderman of Candlewnik ward, in his majesty in Nova Scotia, attended on the the room of Sir Jobn Thompson, who had lords of trade and plantations at their office accepted of Brid e-ward without, vacant in Whiteball, and received orders for their by the death of Sir Edward Bellamy. (See being admitted with their families and effects p. 145.)

into the tranfports to fail in a few days to SATURDAY, 8.

that settlement. (See p. 119, 18..) Eleven malefactors received sentence of His majesty gave a grant to the city and death at the Old Bailey, viz fobn Murgit, liberty of Wilminster, for all the ground for robbing Mr. MÓDonald of 35. and some about the old' bridge at Wefiminfter, comhalípence ; William Horner and Dominick monly callid the king's bridge, for the more Wbite, for housebreaking ; David Davis, conveniently erecting a filh-market. for assaulting and robbing Mr. Barıb. Flem

SATURDAY, 15: ming of a silver watch, C.W. M Laugblin, The anniversary of the birth of his royal for a robbery in Stepney-Fields ; Tbo. Kings- highness the duke of Curberland was celemill, alias Sragmaker, William Farrall, alias brated, who then enter'd into the 20th year Sbep berd, Richard Perrin alias Pain, and Richard Glover, for breaking open the cul

THURSDAY, 20. tom-house at Poole in 1747, and stealing The feast of the fons of the clergy was thereout 3 C. weight of tea; Josepb Waters, held at Mercbant-Taylor's Hall. The collecfor returning from transportation ;

and tion this year at St. Paul's and at the feast Ange Vane, for being concern'd with 2 men amounted in all to 47.1. is. 60, in robbing Martba Perry, in Weft-Smiibfield,

TUESDAY, 25. of a scarlet cloak and us.

The general thanksgiving for the peace SUNDAY, 9.

was observ'd on this day, according to the The workmen work'd on this and the royal proclamation. two following Sundays on the building for

WEDNESDAY, 26. the fire-works in the Green-Park, in order Nine malefactors were this morning ex. to have it ready against the day appointed ecuted at Tyburn, who were all that were for playing them off ; and incredible num- condemn'd, except Glover, who was parbers of people resorted to see it.

don'd, and Mugget, who died in Naugatea MONDAY, 10.

Kingsmill and Farrall

, two of the finugglers, Came on a remarkable trial at Guildhall, werc afterwards hung in chains. before the lord chief justice Lee, and a spo

THURSDAY, 27. cial jury of merchants, wherein Mr. Jona. This night the grand fire-works were tban Eades, as assignee to Tbomas Ling- play'd off. Between 9 and co the pavillon wood, a bankrupt, was plaintiff, and Mr. on the right side of the machine took tire, John Bland, an eminent goldsmith and and was burnt quite down ; but hy the banker, defendant: The cale being thus, great care of the people employed, it was that the bankrupt, from time to time, had prevented spreading to the grand part of the lodg'd money with the banker, and took edifice. his notes, from the year 1742 to 3748 ;

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right-end, Religion, Corfancy, Honour, Cie. A Doseript.on of the MACHINE for the

mincy. In the back front, Fairéfisinels, Fire-works, ibüs were exbibirea on obe

Vigilance. On the attick above the cor270b 11.j.dni.

nice in the front, Jiiter, Ceres, D1194, HE machine was situated in the Green T

Apollo. In the back-front, at the angles,

were Mercury, Minerva. library, and represented a magnificent Durick The pictures in the front of the machine temple, from which extended two wings were 18, each painted double : They at terminated by pavillons. (See a beautiful first appeared as marble basso relievos, and View of this machine, in our Mag. for after the fire-work was played off they December last.)

were removed by machinery, and discoThis machine was 114 feet high to the vered pictures representing the same subje&t top of his majesty's arms, and : 10 feet in colours, which were rendered transpalong. I was invented and designed by rent by a great number of lampions. th- chevalier Servir.doni, and all the fram- The great picture over the cornice in the in mas performed by Mr. Jums Morris, center of the machine was 28 feet by ro. maies ca penter to the office of ordnance. It represented his majesty giving Peace to

7e ornaments of this machine were all Britannia. The attendants on Peace weie in rciiel, a. d it was adorned with frets, Pleniy, Riches, Felicity, Trade and Comgiinines, lustres, artificial powers, inscrip

The attendants on Britannia were tio's, itatues, allegorical pictures, &c. Liberty, Agriculturi, and the Arts and Scie

The in criptions were as follows : On the pedclial of Peace in the center, Pax On the right of this, below the enta

!. MDCCXLVII.--Peace restored blature, was a picture of 1; feet by 8, re. in the year 1748. In the frieze over the presenting the return of Neptune : He was center arch), Georgius II. l'ex. Which ap- riding on the Ocean in a carr drawn by Seapeared transparent during the whole per. borfes : His right-hand held a trident, and furiarce if the fire-work.

his left supported a globe : He was conon the lett- side of the machine, Redin. ducted by the Genius of Peace, and at. teg ata Eurepe pace, securita:e fæderum fia. tended by Tricors, Sea.N;mpbs, &c. Com. bilita, commercio feliciter reftituto, fub panion to this on the left of the central Spiciis op'. princ. lætatur S. P. Q: B. arch, was the return of Mars : He was -To give peace to Europe, to secure the seated on a cair drawn by } lions, the faith of treaties, to restore and enlarge arms of England, and was conducted by commerce, is the auspicious work of a Fame, with an olive-branch, who proBritish king, the triumph of a Brisijb people. claimed the Peace. The carr was followed

On the right side of the machine, Hinc by the Army. principem bello accingit, libertati devotd, for- On each side of these 2 last pictures was titudi. Illine pacificum oftendit, saluti om- a feftoon of arms and military instruments, gium comfulens, clementia.-A prince never The medaillon on the right-hand was disposed to engage in war but from a for- Britannia joining hands with France : The titude sacred to liberty. Ever studious of legend, Concordia redux. Excrgue, Brit. peace from clemency intent on the publick Gall. Corcord renewed. Britain, France, good.

Below this was the figure of Liberty. On the attick in the middle of the back On the left was a medaillon representing front, Georgio II. Regiopl. auctori salutis, li- Britannia joining hands with Spain : The bertatis vindici, fundatori quietis, patri patria.. legend, Salus mutua. Exergue, Brit. Hisp.

To the guardian of our fafety, the ar- Mutual Benifit. Britain, Spain. Below fertor of our liberty, the eftablisher of our this was the figure of Plenty. tranquility, the mof gracious sovereign, The following pictures were not renand father of his people, George the second. dered transparent,

The Gent of The statues which alon'd it were 23, Peace burning heaps of arms on each end viz.

of the machine. On the first half-pace of the great fair- At the right end were 2 medaillons, one cafe on the right-hand was the figure of of Auguftus : The other of Anicninus Pius. Dame ; on the left Isis, each reclining on At the left erd, 2 medaillons, one of

Vefpafian : The other of Trajan. UnderIn the center of the temple, seated on neath 2 Genii on each fide a globe, one an altar, was the goddess of Piace, holding fitting with a book in his hand, the other an o ive branch, and supported on the right standing, holding parchments with seals by Nipime, and on the left by Murs. There

pendant, &c. 5 were cift in plaifler of Paris. In the front were 4 ftatuis, viz. Fuffice,

Disposition of the Fire-work. T20:perance, Fortitude, Prudence. On the

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ments, composed by Mr. Handel, a signal fire was 30 feet in diameter, and was was given for the commencement of the moved by 12 fires. On each side of this, fire-work, which opened by a royal Salate was a cascade of 24 feet high, of ? mutaa of 101 brass ordnance, viz. 71 6 pounders, tions each, viz. 1. Four falls of fire of 8 20 12 pounders, and 10 24 pounders. feet each. 2. A magnificent jet de fru of

The salute ended, the firework began to 40 feet high. 3. A pyramid of 30 feet display itself as follows :

high, composed of wheels with bright 1.

planes in their center, which terminated 120 large honorary rockets. 96 rockets by projecting 100 illuminated globes from in two Aights. 12 mortars which air bal. as many pots de brins.-1 mortar of 9 tons. 12 Caduceus rockets. 12 girandole cylinders with one large air ballon in eache rockets. -- Fired together : Two regulated 600 rockets in 2 flights. pieces, each confisting of 4 mutations, viz.

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a large fixed fun. 2. a star of six 140 large fountains, which form'd all
points, and between each point a ray. the outlines of the machine, and play'd
3. a star of ten points. 4. a compound 30 feet high ; at the same time the vales on
figure confifting of points and rays. Four The pavillons appear'd in fire. 400 pots
large double wheels moved by 4 fires. de brins, 192 rockets in four flights,
Twenty tourbillons.

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68 pyramids of brillant fire, fupporting
120 large honorary rockets. 96 rockets fixed suns of a red fire, plac'd on the prina
in two flights. 14 mortars with air bal- cipal lines of the machine. 8co pots de
lons. 12 caduceus rockets. 12 girandole brins. 192 rockets in iour flights.
rockets.-Fired together : Two regulated

VII. pieces consisting of vertical motions com- 130 pots d'aigrettts wih 260 gerbes, municating to fixed fires, each having 4 mu- which fired together and form'd lemic.rcu tations, &c. I, a vertical fun, which com- I ar arcades with jets riting be'ween. There municated to, 2. a fixed star of six points, extended along the principal lines of the with fix lucid Nars at the interior points of machine, and terminated with 130 explothe great star. 3. a large vertical sun moved fions of serpents, raios, and stars. 1200 by double fires, which communicated to, pots de brins. i mortar of 9 cylinders, with 4. a beautiful figure composed of a great one large air ballon out of each. 288 number of brillant stars. Four large double rockets in six fights. wheels moved by four fires.-Twenty tour

VIII. billons.

24 figured pieces on the terraces and top III.

of the machine, viz. 10 stars of S points, 120 large honorary rockets. '192 roc- with a fixed lun with curved rays beh nd it, kets in 4 flights. 4 mortars with air bal- These fired together, and afterwards comJons.

12 mortars with air ballons illumi. municated to 10 double wheels. 4 pieces nated. 12 caduceus rockets. 12 girandole of a complicated form, consisting of diarockets. --Fired together : Two regulated gonal wheels, and vertica) giubes. 2 large pieces, each consisting of a large brillant quadruple wheels mov'd hy fix fires e che wheel, whore center was composed of a 4 large double wheels movert hy fores, fteddy white fire ; from whence proceeded with planes of bright fire in 'heir cemier. Six Arcbimedean screws, that form'd as 4 fingle wheels mov'd by one rire, with many cones. Above there were ten wheels bright planes as before. 1600 pois de brins, of Frueli, that turn’d vertically and hori. 384 rockets in 8 flights. zontally, so as to form one vast globle of

IX. fire, on the area of which were several 19 large sheets of tre from the principal small globes of a very white fire. Four large parts of the machine, comp, fed o gerhes, quadruple wheels moved by & fires.-- Twen- and from each arose a large inuntun ty-four tourbillons.

pots de brins. 384 rockets in 3 ü ghes. IV.

X, 120 large honorary rockets. 96 rockets 100 vertical suns, that cover'd the front in z flights. 400 rockets in a fights. 13 of the machine. 5000 mirrons in battery, mortars with air ballons illuminated. which continued Gring to he end of the caduceus rockets. 12 girandole rockets. fire-works. 2800 pots de brins. mortar Fired together, three regulated pieces : of g cylinders, with one large air ballon That in the center was a machine, from out of each. 480 rokets in ten flights. whence the fire issued out, and retired

XI. within, 12 times alternately. When with- Fired together : The grand run on the out, it formed a glory : When within, it top of the machine, compo'ed of , circles composed a far of 8 points, and then of rays, whose diam rer of fire was changed to a royal brillant wheel, whose feet. In its center appeared VIVAT

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REX in bright fire, and all its rays veral scaffolds as can be done with safety ;
terminated with reports. On each fide where they will be ready to assist all per-
of this, and firing at the same time, 3 fons of quality and distinction ; and to
circles of rays ; their diameter of fire prevent impofition, he engages to perform
50 feet each, and their rays likewise ter- the following chirurgical operations, at the
minated with reports. Behind the statue lowest prices, viz.
of Piuce a large Glory; a figured piece For carrying off and bleeding a dead
composed of wheels, within the apertures corple (he reserving the corpse for anato.
on each fide the temple, with the cyphers mical lectures) <s. — - For ditto, returning
of G R before them. Two large trees of the corpfe to the relations, 25. 60.-Cut-
fire on each terrace 40 feet high, which ting off a thigh (leg included) 1l.15.-Ditto,
terminated with reports ; and on each leg below the knee, jos. 60.-An arm
pavillon a pyramid of fire, composed of close to the shoulder (wrist, hand, finger's,
gerbes o feet high. These terminated by and thumb includud) 11. 15.--Hand, foot,
explosions of ftars, rains, and serpents from thumb, toe, or finger, each, 55. —

- For 50 pots d'aigrettes.-576 rockets in twelve clearing out a bruised eye, and replacing a figh's. 3200 pots de brins.

right Paris brilliant black, blue, or (quintXII.

ing one, in the socket. N. B. To he put A grand girandole from the top of the in red-hot without loss of time, or blood, machine, conlilting of 6cco rockets headed il. 15,-For repairing the bridge of a broken with stars, rains, and serpents, which nose, with a right Frencb enameli'd case of form'd one flight.

any complexion, los. 60.-i itto, beauti. XIII.

fully inoculated, with an artificial smallThe machine became illuminated ; the pox, los. 63.-Teeth por dozen, Il. 15.allegorical pictures, which appeared in Ditto, single, 25. 6d. baño relievo, were removed by machinery, He harh also brought over with him, a and discovered the same subjects in craní. quantity of Keverbuiler cotton for the ears, parent colours, and the area before the which will entirely prevent any ill consemachine was beautifully illuminated with quer ces which may otherwise arise from the variety of designs. These continued burn- noise of the cannon ; absolutely necessary ing a considerable Time,

for ladies, gentlemen, and officers of the

feet and army, not used to sudden and An Abstract of the Number of Pieces fired on frightful explosions. He also sells a most ibis Occafior.

agreeable volatile salt, highly useful for such Sky-rockets : Honorary 482.Caduceus gentlemen of the train, as cannot bear the 48.-Girandole 48.-In fights 10072.- offensive smell of gun-powder. And he Toral from 4 oz. to 6 lb. wt. 10650. will extract grains of gun-powder out of

Air ballons 87.–Tourbillons 88.--Re. ladies faces, necks, arms, or other parts gulated pieces 21.-Figured pieces 30.- of the body, at the most reasonable rates. Pots d'aigrettes 180.-Pots de brins 12200. N. B. The raid Sieur Ruquet sells, -Cascades 21.--Vertical runs and wheels wholesale or retail, all sorts of legs, arms, 336.-fxed suns 71.- Fountains 160.-- eyes, noses, or teeth, made in the gen. Gerbes 260. - Lances 3700. - Marrons teelest manner, and as now worn by peryooo.

sons of rank in France : He repairs and All the various parts of this great work beautifies, in a surprizing manner, any old, were performed by the direction of Cbaries decayed, or lost parts of human bodies ; Frederick, Esq; comptroller; and Capt. fills up the wrinkles and furrows of old Tbomas Desaguliers, chief fire-master of age, as well as the marks of the small.pox, his majesty's royal laboratory.

with a new invented paste ; and sells The fire, with its innumerable commu. artificial brealls for ladies, either Germannications, were executed by the royal train plumps, Frencb-retoneties, or English primis of artillery, and the Signori Gaetano Rug. kins, equal, if not superior for complexion, gieri, and Gioseppe Sarri of Bologna.

Softness, and elasticity, to natural ones.

He rectifies all bad shapes, by a new meA few Days before this Exbibition of be

thod of making a gentle incision to the Fire-works, ibe following bumorous Piece

bone, and filing off the protuberant parts. appeared in Prints

He also cures effcctually the most stinking An Account of rbe famous Sieur Rocquet,

breaths, by drawing out, and eradicating Surgeon, jus arrived from Paris.

all decayed teeth and Pumps, and burning HIS is to give notice. That the Sieur the gums to the jaw-bone, without the

least pain or confinement ; and putting in Paris, and hath brought over with him their Read, an intire set of right African so alifani furgrons, who will attend at the ivory teeth, fet in a rose colour'd enamel, ensuing royal fire-works, as near to the se- so nicely fitted to the jaws, that people of

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Engravd for the London Magazine 1749.

A Perspective View of the EDIFICE for the Fire Works , that were achibited at the Greve in PARIS, on Feb.12.1749.1.5. with the two Fire Yew Trees and the

Buildings adjacent.

1. Soyre. Miver. 2. Church of Nostre Dame

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