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PRICES of STOCKS in AUGUST, BILL of MORTALITY, &c. 5 A NX INDIA , South Sea South Sea South Seal 4 per Cent.14 per Cent. Bank An. 3 per Cent. IndiaBonds B.Cir. pr] Wind at Weatber BILL of Mortality from STOCK. STOC X. STOC K. Annu.old Ann. newl 1746. 1747. 1748.9. B. Annu.
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| 103 105 102 103 ( 1035
Chrift. 6 S. S. W. fair clou.
Femal. 666} '377 31 183184 113 10; 103 102 103 103 4 100
gl. 85 4 12 6,S. W. bys. fair 4 Sunday
S. S. W.
Femal. 7'55 1831 113 105 103 i 103
103 1 100 I 5l. 8s 12 6 S.W. by S. thun, Tho Died under 2 years old 574 139 1834184) 113
103 104 103 104 104 100
fair Between i and 5-III
s and 10-
106 104 103 1 104 100 6 W. N. W. fair rain
10 and 20
6 N.W. fair rain
20 and 30 - 108
30 and 40 - 149 31 Sunday
40 and so - 138 12 139 183–184 114
bo and 70-9%
18 6 N. E. fair
70 and 80 - 42 15 139 184(1831 106 1104 103 104
104 100 % Sl. 88 12 6 E. S. E.
So and go 16 139 1 # 184 114
104 1 103 104 104 g 100 1101
12 6 s. by E. clow. rain
go and100 27 184 1 114
106 1045 103 104 i 104 100 101 sl. 86 is 6s. W. fresh fair cloud.
S, W. 18 Sunday
Within the Walls 19) 1 139 184 106 of 104 103 104. 104 100 Sl. 98
S. W. fresh fair cloud 114 104 To3
104 104 101 3. 98 W.
Without the Walls 351
fair rair 182
106 104 103 104
101 ) sl. 95
o S. S. E. 5
In Mid, and Surrey 651
Cicy & Sub. W.A. 3:3
N. E byN.
303 26 185 186
106 104 103 104
104 I 100 sl. 108 N. E. fair
20 304 28 140 1 18511865 114 106 104 4 # 103 104 * $ 104
51. 108 S. W. clou. rain
*7 279 29 140 141 186 14
S. by W. fair Wheaten Peck Loaf 21. 311 141 186
S. W. fair Peale 19s. to 225. per Q.
81 os load 71 190 load 305 to 37 gr 355 10 38 qr 48 6d buih.
245 to 28 que Barley 148 to 17 oos 10 00 qr 175 to 19 qr 175 to 19 qr 188 to 19 ar 178 to 18
18s to 21
165 to 17 Oats 125 10 135 od
145 to 16 od 196 to 19 168 to 20 128 to 15 od 145 to 17
>68 to 20
25 to 18 gd 135 to 15 Beans 185 to 225 od 205 to 24 od
215 to 23 245 to 25 219 to 24 249 to 28 298 to 31
25 gd to 38 18s to 21 LOTTERY TICKETS, 1751, n. 135, 6d, alle 128, pil, 128, 6d. Bilo ots, bd, rila 188. 11. 115. 6d. inl. 129. 6d, islo ijs,
-384 FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 1751.
their refusal ; for when it was put to the
A very serious contest has lately hap. of leaf tobacco, 1002 pearl necklaces, and
* See our Mag. for June, p. 286.
The LONDON MAGAZINE:
To be Continued. (Price Six-Pence each Monch.) Containing, (Greater Variety, and more in Quantity, ibon any Monthly Book of the same Price.) 1. A Letter to a Member of Parliament, XV. A Remonttrance againit an Abule in
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XVI. A new burning Mountain in Savey,
ing the British sovereignty of the Seas. V. A particular Account of a very extraor. XIX. An historical Account of Commerce. dinary Dwarf.
XX. POETRY: On a young Lady's admiring VI. The Journal of a Learned and Politi. herself in a Glass ; on a celebrated Beauty;
cal Club, &c: continued. Containing on Belinda, a quondam Toast ; on seeing the SPEECHES of T. Sempronius Grac a Picture of Miss G-nn-gi on Mis. chus, P. Curiatius, C. Livius Salinator, W-f-n's Vifit to Ireland ; to a successCn. Fulvius, and L. Lucretius Flavus, in ful Rival ; Beauty, an Ode'; on the Una DEBATE relaring to the High-Bail ff of certain'y of all sublunary Enjoymenis; a
Westminster, and the Westminster Election. Song in the Sacrifice of Iphigenia, let co VII. A Letter from Diogenes to the Grecians, Munck, &c. &c. being a severe Satire upon them.
XXI. The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER : VIII. Extract of a Letter from Nova Scotia. Stions at the Old Bailey ; Welch and IX. A Description of WILTSHIRE.
Jones executed; general Court of the X. A particular Account of STONEHENGE Bank ; a remarkable Trial, &c. &c. &c. on Salisbury-Plain.
XXII. Promotions ; Marriages and Births ;
XXIV. Monthly Bill of Mortality.
XXVI. A Catalogue of Books.
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Courts of conscience recommended
British fovereignty of the seas .387 Pleasant story of Mr. Robertson, of Killa
A method proposed for erecting courts of
ibid. To the Rev. Mr. - in N-shire ibid.
393 A song, on Mrs. M-W-ff-n's visie
Speech of L. Lucretius Flavus against it Beauty, an ode, address'd to a lady, ibid.
400 Reflections on the uncertainty of all sub-
fcribing the true one
403 A new burning mountain in Savoy ibid.
Progress of the bill
412, 413 Prices of stocks and grain ; wind, weather
In ebe GENERAL ADVERTISER, of Sept. Mare Clausum t ; not so much by discourses,
21, was published a Letter, writ by Secre as by the louder language of a powerful tary Coke to Sir William Boswell, Refident navy ; to be better understood, when from King Charles I. torbe States General: overstrained patience seeth no hope of preAnd as it abounds with mucb good Sense, serving her right by other means. is wrie wieb a truly gallane British Spirit, The degrees by which his majesty's and clearly points out tbe Manner bow we dominions at sea, have, of latter years, come to lose the numberless Benefits arifing A been first impeached, and then questioned, from our Fisheries, wbo obey were ibai beo are as confiderable as notorious. resved us of oboje Pollions, and the only First: To cherith, and as it were to Melbod for us to regain them, and conse nourish up our unthankful neighbours, we quently muß be agreeable to every true Briton; gave them leave, to gather wealth and we bave iberefore sboug be for so give it our Itrength upon our coasts, in our ports, by Readers, as follows,
our trade, and by our people. Then they
were glad to invite our merchants refidence, SIR,
with what privileges they would defire. Y your letters, and other. B Then they offered to fus, even the sove
wise, I perceive many reignty of their eftates; and then they sued B
jealousies and discourses for licence to filh upon the coasts, and obare raised, upon the pre tained it under the great seal of Scotland, parations of his majesty's which now they suppress. And when Aeet, which is now in thus, by leave or by connivance, they had
such forwardness, that we poffefled themselves of our fishings, not only doubt not but within this month it will in Scotland, but in Ireland and England, appear at sea. It is therefore expedient C and by our ftaple had raised a great stock of both for your satisfaction and direction, to trade; hy these means they ro increased inform you particularly what was the oc their thipping and power at sea, that now casion, and what is his majesty's intention they endure not to be kept at any distance. in this work.
Nay, they are grown to that confidence, First : We hold it a principle not to be to keep guards upon our feas ; and then to denied, that the king of Great Britain is project an office and company of assurance, a monarch at land and sea, to the full ex. for the advancement of trade : And, withal, tent of his dominions ; and that it con prohibit us free commerce even within cerneth him as much,' to maintain his D our reas; and take our ships and goods, sovereignty in all the British seas, as within if we conform nor to their placarts. What his three kingdoms : Because, without that, insolence and cruelties they have committed these cannot be kept safe ; nor he preserve against us heretofore, in Iceland, in Green. his honour and due respect with other land, and in the Indies, is too well known nations. But commanding the seas, he to all the world. In all which, tho' our may cause his neighbours, and all countries, sufferings, and their wrong, may seem to stand upon their guard whensoever he forgotten ; yet the great interest of his thinks fit. And this cannot be doubted, E majesty's honour is fill the same, and that whosoever will incroach upon him by will refresh their memories as there shall sea, will do it by land also, when they see be a cause. For, tho' charity must remit their time. To such presumption Mare wrongs done to private men ; yet, ihe Liberum • gave the first warning-piece, reflection upon the publick, may make it which must be answered with a defence of a greater charity to do justice on crying September, 1751.
crimes, A book written by the great Grotius under this title. t A treatise written by our famous Selden, in answer to ibe former,