The advertisements of the Spectator by Lawrence LewisThe advertisements of the Spectator by Lawrence Lewis

The advertisements of the Spectator

byLawrence Lewis

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1909. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... An Apprentice left his Bufinefs Monday-Noon, and wrote a Letter to his Mafter dated 16 October; if he '11 return he fhall find all fitting Encouragement from his Father and Mother. No. 198. Wednesday, October 17, 1711. Went from his Mafter, July 31. a Boy about 15 Years old, in a Drab Coat with Loops, dark Cinnamon Drugget Waftcoat, Serge-denim Breeches near the fame Colour, light gray Hofe, pale Complexion, black Hair, and fpeaks French; fuppofed to be with two Accomplices a little bigger than himfelf, one of 'em in a White Coat, the other a dark Cinnamon, and crooked Knees, (as it was advertifed in the Courant and Evening Poft the 5th Inftant); but now fuppofed to have a third, in a new Cinnamon Coloured Suit, and well drefled, fomething taller than the reft. Whoever fecures this Boy aforefaid, and either brings him, or gives Notice of him, to Mr. William Hafkell in Bazinghall-ftreet, fhall be very well rewarded ; or, if he will return to his faid Mafter, he fhall be kindly received. Vol. vm, No. 577. Friday, August 6, 1714. LACE, FABRICS, AND CLOTHING There being a frefh and clean Parcel of Silk Gowns lately laid in at Mrs. Attaway's in Devereaux Court, in the Paflage from the Temple to Effex-buildings; this is to inform all Gentlemen and Ladies, that they may be furnished at a cheaper Rate than ordinary; the Silks being bought up of Perfons that have left off Trade, and the Price fet upon each Gown, whereby any Perfon may be fatisfied that they have them worth their Money. Note, There are Calamancoe Gowns lin'd with Sattinets and Poplins, large Size at 30s. midling at 28s. apiece. No. 18. Wednesday, March 2I, 1711. Whereas it hath been reported that Carew Reynell, Mercer, at the Black-a-Moors Head in Bedford Street Covent Garden, intended to leave o...
Title:The advertisements of the SpectatorFormat:PaperbackDimensions:72 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:January 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217624189

ISBN - 13:9780217624183