An enquiry how the wild youth, lately taken in the Woods near Hanover, (and now brought over to England) could be there left, and by what Creature he could be suckled, nursed, and brought up. That of this Youth the famous Astrologer Mr. William Lilly 100 Years ago prophesied, appears by the four other Things which are come to pass, viz-1st. The Pope's going to Benevento. 2ly. Spain's breaking the Assiento Treaty. 3ly. The Emperor's sending the Ostend Company to China. 4ly. The Quality's admiring the new Italian Singing Woman lately come over, and really named Signiora Faustina. And 5ly. This Wild Youth, in his following famous Prophecy. Given Gratis (for the Satisfaction of the Curious) Up One Pair of Stairs at the Anodyne Necklace just by the Fountain Tavern in the Strand: At Mr. Jer. Payne's Toy-Shop in Pope's Head Ally, in Cornhil. At Mr. Greg's at Charing Cross. And by the Author's Servant R. Bradshaw by Soho Square, to be Directed to by Letter, as in the last Page.
A catalogue of the household furniture, And other effects, of Edward Younge, Esq. (lately Deceased) Of Little Durnford, near Salisbury, Consisting of Mahogany Four-Post and other Bedsteads, with Needle Work, Linen and Woollen Furniture; Damask and other Window Curtains; fine Feather Beds Bedding, &c. Chairs and Tables of all Sorts; Marble Tables, on elegant carved Frames; Variety of Carpets; Pier, Sconce, and Chimney, Glasses, &c. Stove Grates, and Kitchen Furniture. - -Also a large Collection of Paintings by eminent Masters; 700 Ounces of Plate; fine India Cabinets and Dressing Boxes; curious old China; Linen, Liquors, Casks, &c. - Five Lead Figures as large as Life; a Rick of fine Meadow Hay; a Chariot, and Harness for a Pair of Horses; One Horse Chair and Harness, two Carts, and two fine Normandy Cows, &c. Which will be Sold by Auction, on the Premises, By Mr. Smith, On Monday the 26th, Wednesday the 28th, Thurs the 29th, and Friday the 30th of April; and on Monday the 3d of May, 1773. The Sale to begin each Day precisely at Eleven O'Clock. The Goods may be viewed from Friday the 23d, to the Time of Sale. Catalogues may be had at the Place of Sale, and at Mr. Smith's in Salisbury.
- Smith, Mr., active 1773.