a Man disguised in Woman’s apparel

On saturday the 18th instant, was seen riding backwards and forwards in the Eastern part of this county, a Man disguised in Woman’s apparel, mounted on a brown bay Gelding, supposed to be disordered in his senses, wearing no Hat, and his countenance stern and wild, frequently binding his forehead with a white handkerchief: — This we hope will be a caution to all those who are entrusted with the care of such unhappy Objects, not to let them escape without proper Attendance, as the consequences may be fatal to themselves and others.
++Yesterday Francis Hart the elder, and William Hart the younger, together with James Gilbert, were committed to the gaol of this county, charged with breaking into Hambro’ Mill, near Breedon on the Hill, and stealing thereout some bags of Flower, which Gilbert has confessed. They were committed by Waring Ashby Esq; one of the Justices of the Peace for this county.
++Notwithstanding the great Scarcity of Provisions, ’tis computed, that a greater quantity of VENISON has been Eat here this last Week, than ever known (in so short a space) in the memory of Man.