That piece of antiquity, called Bow-bridge

That piece of antiquity, called Bow-bridge, near this town, (mentioned in our last to have been destroyed by the late flood) was famous in history, as having been supposed to be that over which the body of Richard the Third was dragged with contumely after the defeat of Bosworth-field; and under which his remains were said to be deposited on the demolition of the Grey Friars at Leicester:—
++Mr. Cradock, the proprietor, would have repaired it at a considerable expense, but on inspection by some master builders, when the flood subsided, it was found to be demolished past all recovery.