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16. Mr. Francis Lockwood, an eminent governor of Duncannon fort.--Lieut. col. merchant of this city.
Charles Whitford, on hall-pay, made lieut. James Mordaunt, Esq; near Chinkford, col. to gen. Irwin's reg. in Ireland. -Ralph in Effex, in the commission of the peace Cornelius Compton, Esq; made land-surfor that county. He represented the county veyor and receiver of the customs, for of Nottingham in two successive parliaments. port and coast of Cowes, in the isle of
Thomas Pochin, Elg; of Barkby, in Wight. - Major James Lawrence, made Leicestershire, long in the commission of commander in chief of the East-India comthe peace for that county.
pany's forces in the East Indies, and allo John Salt, of Betley, in Staffordshire, paymaster-general to all their garisons, Esq; in the commission of the peace for forts, &c.-Ruvigny de Corne, Esq; made that county,
secretary to his majesty's extraordinary 18. John Weller, Esq; at Tunbridge in embassy to the most Christian king : And Kent, a gentleman of a good estate in that Charles Townshend, Esq; secretary to his county, which comes to his son, George majesty's extraordinary embally to the CaWeller, Esq; counsellor at law, one of tholick king. the counsel of the Marshalsea-court, and
Irish Honours. deputy of the alienation office.
Wills. visc. Hillsborough, created visc. 20. Her grace, Anne dutchess of Bolton. Kilwarling and earl of Hillsborough.-
John Hourse, Efq; at Woolhope, in Henry lord Castledurrow, visc. Afhbrook. Herefordshire, in the commission of the -Nicholas Loftus, Esq; baron Loftus, of peace for that county.
Loftus-hall. - John lord Gowran, earl 24. Capt, George Smith, formerly a of Upper Offery.-Robert lord Bellfield, commander in the royal navy, in an ad visc. Bellfield.- John Petty, Esq; baron
Dunkerron and visc. Fitzmaurico. - St. Mrs. Wharton, of Malham- Areet, George Caulfield, Esq; made chief justice Westminster, aged 108.
of the King's. Bench, in Ireland : Warden
Flood, Esq; attorney general; and Philip Ecclefiaßical PREFERMENTS.
Tisdale, Efq; follicitor general in the said Wilkinson, presented by the earl kingdom, of Bristol, to the rectory of St. Co
Perforis declar'd BANKRUPTS. lumb, in Somersetshire.- Mr. Prior, by OHN Thornly, of Norwich, cornthe lord Ashburnham, to the rectory of St. Stephens, in Gloucester Mire.-Natha. fton upon Hull, grocer.-Cornelius Fenton, niel Smith, M. A. by the lord chancellor, of East Greenwich, in Kent, vintner. to the vicarage of Hough cum Branden, in Richard Willun, of Cornhill, merchant, Lincolnshire.-Edmund Pyle, D. D. in. and haberdasher of hats.-Edward Darley, stalled archdeacon of York, at the king's of Woodbridge, in Suffolk, shipwright and nomination. Smallbrook, Esq; fon timber-merchant.-Ezra Ridgard, of St. to the late bishop of Litchfield and Coventry, Andrew's, Holborn, distiller. - John Main, appointed principal register of Litchfield, of St. George's, Middlesex, merchant and cathedral, in the room of Gilb. Walmesley, mariner.-William Turner, of Salisbury, Esq; deceased.- John Garnett, B. D. fellow dealer. Richard Clues, of Bulkington, of Sydney college, Cambridge, 2d chaplain in Warwickshire, Gilkman and victualler. to the D. of Dorset, as lord lieut. of Ireland, John Stors, now or late of Stockport, in admitted to the degree of doctor in divinity, Cheshire, merchart. in that univerfity, by virtue of his inajesty's
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5 186 115
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148 to 16
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 1751. 431 ROM the Hague we are told of a foot, 45,000 horse, 700 elephants, and F
360 pieces of cannon ; whereas the others strengthening the alliance between that at moft made no more than 800 French, republick and Great Britain, by having a 3400 Cypayes, and soo horse, with a train marriage concluded between the princess of only 20 field-pieces. Caroline, daughter of the prince of Orange However, some of the officers lately are their Atadtholder, and his royal highness rived at Paris from the East Indies, acknow. the prince of Wales ; but it is thought, ledge that M, Dupliex has a little too pre. that before the consent of the republick can cipitately embroiled himself in the interest be obtained, the and her confort must and quarrels of the natives, which may agree to renounce, for themselves and their raise a jealously among them, that must posterity, all right and pretension to the be attended with bad consequences to the Atadtholdership, which is now settled upon French trade in those parts. her, in failure of heirs male ; and how The dispute between his moft Chriftian the can do this before being of age, is a majesty and his parliament of Paris is not question.
yet settled ; for tho' his majesty repeated The grand affair of the poft office reve. his orders for their registring, without any pue in Holland is now at last settled. That modification, his edi& relating to the gorevenue has hitherto been in the hands of vernment of the hospital at Paris, the par. private persons, having been always granted liament after deliberation resolved to postby the states to their relations who had pone the affair till the 24th of November the greatest interest in their assembly, a next. pra&ice frequent in all republican governo His majesty has created the marquils de ments, where a true publick spirit does Mirepoix, his ambassador, here at London, not prevail. But from henceforth it is to a duke and peer of France ; and he has belong to the publick, and to be managed appointed, M. de St. Contest, lately his by five commissaries, the present pro
ambaffador at the Hague, to be secretary prietors being allowed a reasonable confi. of state for foreign affairs, in the room of deration for the extinction of their leveral M. de Puyfieux, who has refigned, and is terms. The dispute with the wine mer. to have an apartment in Versailles, with a chants seems likewise to be over, those at penfion of 20000 livres a year, near 1000l. Rotterdam having all fubmitted to take the Iterling. oath required, except fix, who have de. Paris, Sept. 19th N. S. On the 13th 2. clared themselves wholesale dealers, and bout half an hour past one in the morning, cɔnsequently are not obliged to take the after a labour of ten minutes, the dauphin. faid oath ; for in Holland they have no ess was delivered of a prince, and botte cuftoms paid upon importation, all their likely to do well. The news was immedia taxes being paid by the retailers.
ately proclaimed by the firing of guns, The following is an abstract of the ac ringing of bells, and all other demonstraa count lately br: ught to Paris of their great tions of joy, which have continued ever victory in the East Indies, viz. That Na. fince. His majefty, defirous that this bles. zerfingue, who had in vain befieged Pon. fing should be celebrated in a manner acdicherry, to retrieve past misfortunes, had ceptable to heaven, has fignified to the assembled a considerable army, in order to corporation of Paris, and of all other ciattack the French and their allies ; the tes and towns, that the monies designed to Sieur Dupleix, upon this sent orders to the have been expended in publick rejoicings, French to march towards him ; so that
should be distributed in portions to poor the two armies encamped at four leagues maidens, to which the mag. ftrates of Paris distance with a river betwixt them; the answered : “ Your majesty's good city of bad weather, and scarcity of provifions, for Paris will do both." This answer, it is supsome time would not admit of any attempt; pered, will be general, and thereby, it is but upon the return of tair weather, it was computed, that 20000 poor maidens will determined to give battle, notwithstanding get husbands, each couple being to have such a disparity : Accordingly the French, 600 livres, with a new suit of cloaths for after a toillome march, having found a the bride and another for the bridegronm. ford, 'came within fight of the enemy's The birth of this prince proved fatal to camp at four o'clock in the morning on fome men and alfo to some horses, for in Dec. 15, and immediately fell upon them; playing off a firework at Veríailles in the after a fight of four hours the enemy was evering some sparks fell upon the tables put to the rout, and Nazarfingue killed in and let them on fire. The damage is comthe pursuit. The greatest Thare of the puted at a million of livres, and some of victory indisputably belongs to the French, the men that affift.d in putting it out, as and is the more glorious, as there was well as some of the hories that were in the no proportion betwixt the two armies ; ftables, perilled in the fames, that of Nazerlingue confifting of 40,000
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