Old Bailey Proceedings:
Old Bailey Proceedings: Accounts of Criminal Trials

7th September 1715

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For the Good of the Publick.

WHereas several Gentlewomen and others of that Sex in this Kingdom have contracted an evil Habit of Body, wherein the vicious Humours, at first dispersed through the whole, come at length to be lodg'd in one Part or another, and many times (for Causes too long to be here mentioned) are thrown down upon the Womb, occasioning a dangerous Weakness in that Part, which being neglected, at last turns cancerous, and often proves fatal. I cure the Diabetes when given over by all other Persons. This is to acquaint all such as may have occasion, that a speedy Relief is to be had from an experienced Midwife, dwelling now at the Queens Arms, a Goldsmith's Shop, near Exeter Change in the strand, who perform'd a Cure upon a Lady at the Bath, after she was given over by Physicians; and since has cured several Gentle women and others in the City and Suburbs of London.

BOOKS printed for Andrew Bell < no role > , at the Cross Keys and Bible in Cornhill.

The History of the most Remarkable Trails in Court Britain and Ireland in Capital Cases , viz. Hereby, Treason, Incest, Adultery, Rapes, Sodomy, Perjury, Murder , &c. faithfully extracted from Records, and other authentick Authorities, as well Manuscript as printed . Price 6 d. Where may be had the present State of Great Britain and Ireland. In Three Parts. To which is added the present State of King George's Dominoes in Germany Continuing an exact Description of the same, and a few Map of them all. The Third Edition. Price 6 s. The Life and Posrhumous Works of the late famous Arthur Manwaring < no role > ; Esq; pr. 5 s. The History of the Wars of the present King of Sweeden , pr. 5 s. The Third Edition of Memoits of the Affairs of Scotland ; in which is the whole Secret of the Pretender's Invasion, &c . pr. 5 s. Fourteen Sermons on several Occassions by his Grace Sir William Daws < no role > , Lord Archbishop of York pr. 1 s . 6 d. A Collection of the best Odes and Imitations of Heracs . pr. 2 s. The Life of the Duke of Marlborough and Prince Engine ; with both their Effigies , pr. 4 s. The Arabian Nights Entertainments, consisting of 1001 Stories. In Eight Vols . pr. 11 s. The diverting Works of the Countess D'Amiot, Author of the Ladies Travels into Spain . To which is added the Tales of the Falries . With Several new Cuts. pr. 6 s. The Art of Memory. pr. 1 s. The History of pr. 1 s. The of the Waterside; Or, General Practice < no role > of the Customs. Pride stitch'd 2 s. Bound 2 s. 6 d .

Just publish'd.

The Works of Mr. Edmund Hickeringill < no role > , Containing the History of Priests and Priestcroft. The Black New-conformist. The Ceremony Monger, and all his other Works collected into 3 Vols. Sold by J. Baker, J. Brown, Temple; J. Simons, Royal Exchange; and J. Marshal, Newgate-street. Where may be had Brown's Works in 3 Vols. in Prose and Verse. Luchen's Works from the Greek, in 4 Vols Butler's Works: With a Key to Hudibres by Sir Roger L'Estrange. Also the Third Edition of the History of the Highway-men, Foot-pads, &c. By Capt. Smith .

Printed for SAMUEL CROUCH < no role > , at the Corner of Pope's-hand Alley in Cornhill ; And Sold by J. Baker, at the Black Bay in Pater-noster-row . (Price 2 d.)

Advertisements are taken in by John Humfreys < no role > , Printer, in Bartholomew-lane, behind the R. Exchange .

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