accident, advertisement 'LOST from a House in Great Marlborough-street, between Thursday the 18th and Friday the 19th of December [1729], a Girdle Buckle, containing 25 Rose Diamons set in Foiles. If found, you are desired to carry it to Mr. Chirac, Jeweller in Villars-street, York Buildings, where you will receive Five Guineas Reward and no Questions asked: If pawn'd or sold, your Money again, with reasonable Charges.' The Daily Post, London, Fridah, 2 January 1730, p. 2c, advertisement accidnet, advertisement 'Jan. 3. 1729-30. 'LEFT in a Hackney Coach last Thursday Night between ten and eleven o'Clock, that took up a Fare in Cheapside, a large Silver Waiter unfinish'd, one of the Feet being off. If the Coachman will bring it to Mr. Archambo, at the Golden Cup in Hemmings-Row near the Meuse, or to Mr. Cook and Company over against Goldsmith's-Hall in Foster-Lane, he shall receive three Gunieas Reward of either of the said Persons; or if offer'd to be pawn'd, sold or valued, pray stop it, and give Notice as above, and you shall have the same Reward.' The Daily Post, London, Saturday, 3 January 1730, p. 2a, advertisement advertisement 'LOST or mislaid a pale single Stone Emerald Ring, very foul [sic]. If any Person gives Notice to Mr. Gis. Cooper, Goldsmith, in the Strand, shall have One Guinea Reward.' The Daily Post, London, Saturday, 3 January 1730, p. 2a, advertisement advertisement 'DROPT the 5th Instant, crossing Fleet-street into Serjeants-Inn through the Temple to Essex-Stairs, a Gold Chased Case of a Watch, pierced and graved relief, wrap't in brown Paper. If the Persons who has taken it up will bring it to Mr. Francis Robinson, Watchmaker; in the Inner-Temple-Lane, London, he shall receive Two Guineas Reward.' The Daily Post, London, Tuesday, 6 January 1730, p. 2a, advertisement 'Jan. 5, 1729-30. 'LOST or mislaid five Brilliants in a Paper, one of the Brilliants is almost round, pretty spread, a [??tle] broke at the Bottom near the Edge, and weighs four Grains 2 qr. the other four Brilliants weigh two Grains 1 qr. all a little broke at one Corner. If offered to be sold, pawned, or valued, pray stop them, and give Notice to Mr. Denis Chirac at the Golden Head in Villars-street, York Buildings, and you shall have Three Guineas Reward and no Questioned asked; or if already bought, your Money again with Content.' The Daily Post, London, Thursday, 8 January 1730, p. 2a, advertisement advertisement 'LOST or Mislaid on the 2d or 3d of this Instant, a seven Stone Brilliant Ring, the Middle Stone weighing about six or seven Grains, a little upon the Square; whoever has found it, and will bring or send it to Mr. Daniel Lamy, Jeweler, in New-Court Throgmorton-street, shall have five Guineas as a Reward, and no Questions ask'd, or if offer'd to be sold, pawn'd, or valued you are desired to stop it, and give Notice, as above, and you shall have the same Reward.' The Daily Post, London, Thursday, 8 January 1730, p. 2a, advertisement next The Daily Post, London, Friday, 9 January 1730,