a gentleman was stopped by 3 footpads

On Sunday evening last, between Dishley and Loughbro’, a gentleman was stopped by 3 footpads, who made him dismount, robbed him of his watch and money, and then rode away with his horse. And on Wednesday last, the horse was brought to the Cranes in this town, being taken up in a farmyard at Enderby.
++On Wednesday died, much lamented by her acquaintance, Miss Topp, daughter to the late Mr. Alderman Topp, aged about 22 years.
++At Nottingham assizes, which ended on saturday last, 10 prisoners were tried, one of whom, viz. John Death, alias James Rutland, alias John Rutland, received sentence of death, for stealing 20l. from Mr. Farnsworth. Joseph Lane, for stealing a pair of silver buckles, and other things; John Palmer, for stealing a saddle; Francis Wardhill, for stealing a gown, were ordered to be transported or 7 years; William Howe, for the murder of Sarah Wass, of Warsop, was discharged being a lunatic; William Barlow, on suspicion of being concerned in the above murder, died in the arms of the gaoler, as he was bringing him to trial; William Williams, Thomas Oldfield, Thomas Bute, and William Shelton, acquitted.