a servant girl at Inkersal

They write from Mansfield, that on Wednesday night a servant girl at Inkersal near Rufford in Nottinghamshire, going a milking, met a man in the road between Rufford and Nottingham, who pretended to be lost, and desired her to show him the way to a neighbouring village and he would give her a shilling, which she consented to, but had not gone far before he wanted to be rude, and used her very ill, stript her of all her cloaths, but under petticoat and shift, which he took together with the shilling he had given her, and eighteen pence she had in her pocket; the person who committed the above robbery is a broad black man, had on a dark drab coloured great coat, rode a little black horse, and had a brace of pistols.
++On Wednesday last, Thomas Cresswell, a child about four years old, which had been missing from its mother a day or two, was found drowned in a well in the liberty of Markfield. — The Coroners inquest sat on the body and brought in their verdict accidental death.
++On Friday last, Anthony Hurst, the pinder of Syston (a very old man) was riding after two boys to receive his drift penny of them for driving sheep in the liberty of Syston, he accidentally fell from his horse and died immediately. — The Coroners inquest sat on the body and brought in their verdict accidental death.
++On Saturday last as Mary Jarvis, a poor woman of Blaby, was returning from Leicester to Blaby, being tired, she asked a man who was driving a waggon loaded with coals, to let her ride, he accordingly helped her upon the waggon, but she had nor rode above half a mile before the forehorse took fright and overturned the waggon, by which accident she was killed. — The Coroners inquest sat on the body and brought in their verdict accidental death.
++On Tuesday last Thomas Parkins of Market Harboro’, a boy about nine years old, was accidentally drowned as he was bathing in a pit of water in the liberty of Great Bowden; some boys who were going by the pit when this misfortune happened endeavoured to save him, but he was drowned before they could get to him. — The Coroners inquest sat on the body and brought in their verdict accidental death.