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47 TROM Holland we hear, that the peo- surer according to their just value of 100 ef

fective livers, bank money. As a finking projects now on foot, one upon the north, fund for this purpose, the republick las and the other upon the south ide of that made over to the house of St. George, as republick. The first is the East-India they call the bank, several new duties ; company proposed by the king of Pruffia and to make this fund the more conhdera to be set up in Embden, which may draw ble, the house is to pay out of its old in. many Durch merchants to settle there, come, half the interest retuled upon the and very much diminish their exports of actions of the new stock, till its entire exEaft. India goods to the Baltick and Ger- tinction. mariy; and the other is a canal which is The archbishop of Florence has published proposed to he made from Oftend, by a mandate, by order of the emperor, and the way of Bruges, to Ghent, deep and with the permillion of the pope, enjoining wide enough for three matt fhips ; and as all the clergy, and all religious communifrom Ghent there is a communication by ties of both sexes in Tuscany to bring in the river Scheide down to Antwerp, and exact accounts of their respective revenues, up the Schelde and the Lys through a penfions, &c. to the end that the govern. great part of Flanders, and some part of ment may sectie the share they are to bear Hainault, they think it will diminish their in the publick charge of the state. trade with the Austrian Netherlands, for The infanta, duchess of Parma, was on which reason they have found out, that tlre ad. inft. N. S. brought to bed of a this last project is contrary to the spirit of prince. the treaty of Westphalia, and are making From Berlin we hear, that by the plan Itrong remonstrances against it at the court for the adminiftration of justice, establithed of Vienna.

by his Pruihian majesty in his dominions, The king of Portugal has given orders, the court of judicature in that city de. that for the future no person condemned to termined 560 law-suits during the year death by the inquisition, mall be executed, 1760, not so much as one heing left unde. until the sentence has been seen and ap- cided ; for which dispatch his majesty wrote proved by his council, and figned by his ma. a very handsome letter of thanks to baron jesty ; and at the same time he has given Cocceji, his chancellor. great fatistaction to the people at Lisbon, by From Petersburgh we have a long maniobtaining of the court of Spain, an expla- festo, containing the reasons for their nation of the treaty concluded by his fa- minister's leaving the court of Prullia ro

her, by which it is ftipulated, that the abrup ly as mentioned in our Magazine for limits of the two empires in America Mall December last. They complain, 1. That be marked out and fully settled, before the court of Prullis affected at a certain peche town of Sacrament be given up : And riod to treat their minifters refiding there that the term of five years shall be allowed with as nuch contempt as indifference. for That purpose ; in which time the mer. 2. That his Prussian majesty refused to chants hope, that some new incident may

give leave to the Russians in his army to happen for preventing the ceilion of that return home, cho' they had been permitted town, which they look on as the bulwark to enter into his service only for the sake of the mines in Brazil, and their chief mart improvement. 3. That the empress having in that part of the world.

caused Capt. Staakelberg, an officer in the The Genoese have at last agreed on a Pruffian service, but her subje&, to be regulation of their bank of St. George, arrested for several misdemeanors which he which bears date the 12th ult. N. S. and confessed, the court of Prussia by way of was published the 6th inft. In the pre. reprisal arrested two Rushan oñcers in amble they emphatically set forth the mir. their service, who defired leave to return fortunes brought upon the republick in the home. 4. That the empress having by year 1746, which forced them, for the first proclamation recalled all her subjects in time, to lay hands on the sacred depofit, foreign service, the court of Pruffia not to draw out of it 15,000,000 of livers, and only refused to allow it to be published in consequently to sop payment of its notes, the Berlin Gizette, but threatned her mi. Now to restore the credit of this bank, nister for fignifying it by way of letter to they have determined, that in a very the Ruffian officers in the Pruffian service. more time all the old bills and notes of this 5. That her minister at Berlin had been bank shall be united, and constitute a new forbid to viqt Potzdam and Sans Soucy, fund, to be called Confecrazione, and to be along with the British and Imperial mini. divided into so many actions or Mares, of Aters. 6. That her minister was not invited 200 livers each, bank money, which actions to a grand feast at Charlottenbourg, to mall every year in certain portions be pub

which all the other foreign minifters were Jickly drawn by loc, and paid by the crea. invited, &c. &c.





The Monthly Catalogue for January, 1751.

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1751. To be Continued. (Price Six. Pence each Month.) Containing, (Greater Variety, and more to anery, iban any Monthly Book of tbe Janue Price I. Kema: ks on a Bull of Pope Clement VI. XV. Gin.drinking destructive of the buman

with the Character of that Pope, and of Species. King John of France, &c.

XVI. Account of Mr. Brighe. II. An Account of the new Comedy of Gil XVII. Alerations in the Lift of Parliament, Blas.

XVIII. Proceedings of the S. S. Company, III. Character of a young Lady.

of the Bank, and of the Common-Counci. IV. Insernal Rices at the Death of an Indian XIX. Iffect of Lightning on the Compass. Prince,

XX. Further Remarks on Chapling.
V. Constitution of the Society for the Free XXI, Tradescant's Garden ac Lambeth.
British Filhery,

XXII. POETRY: Prologue and Epilogue VI. Scheme for preventing Felonies.

to G Blas ; to Miss į an Invitation VII. The JOURNAL of a Learned and : to Dinner ; to Ardelia ; the Sun and

Political Clur, &c. continued : Contain. Cloud, a Fable ; Opinion of the Council jog the SPEECH of M. Ogulnius tor at George's concerning Gil Blas ; on the an amendment to the Oath of Secrecy in Thirreth of January ; to Mr. Rand the Mutiny. Bill : And the SPEECHES of his Followers ; the Fortaken Maid's ComC. Trebonius, and Q. Confidius, on the plaint, a New Song, set to Musick; Re.

Question concerning the Staff Officers, &:. us's, Epigrams, &c. VIU. A Desc iption of Hampshire.

XX111. The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER : IX. A Description of the Idle of Wight,

Gamblers and Gamesters i Riot of Sailors; X. AbQract of Mr. Fielding's Enquiry into Malefactors executed, &c. &c. &c.

the Causes of the late Increase of Robbers. XXIV. Promotions ; Marriages and Births ; XI. Of the Height to which Rockets ascend. Deaths; Bankrupts. XII. How a Man of Wit and Learning may XXV, Prices of Stocks for each Day.

make himself a disagreeable Companion. XXVI. Monthly Bill of Mortality. XIII, Mathematical Questions answe ed. XXVII. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. XIV. Declaration of the Emprefs- Queen. XXVIII. A Catalogue of Books. With a New and Beautiful MAP O: HAMPSHIRE; and the Effigies of Mr. BRIGHT,

the surprizingly fat MAN, on a curious Copper Plate.

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prince Perlons of the drama, and their Conititution and procedings of the society characters ibid for the Free British Fishery

81 ubstance of the several acts

ibid. &c. Account of Mr. Bright, fo remarkable for A deíer ption of Hamptorie

his enormous bulk New.forest

ibid. B Scheme for preventing felonies, in a letter The boroughs and market towns ibid. &c. to Sir Richard Lloyd

ibid. Winchester and Southampton described 55 Gin drinking deitructive of the human Portsmouth 56 fpecies'

83 A description of the Ife of Wighit ibid. A : POETRY. The forsaken maid's complaint, The JOURNAL of a learned and political a new song, set to mufick

84 CLUB, &c. continued

59-54 A country dance SPEECH of M. Ogulnius in favour of the Prologue and epilogue to Gil Blas ibid.

motion for an amendment to the oath An invitation to dinner, from a discharg'd

of secrecy contained in the mutiny bill 57 furgeon to a lieutenant of a man of war Treason aga nst the constitution, as well as

86 against the crown

ibid. To Miss SPLICH of C. Trebonius in favour of the On the thirtieth of January

ibid. motion for adding a clause to the mutiny Britain's felicity

88 bill to prevent any non-commission offi.

The opinion of the council at George's cer's being broke, or reduced into the concerning the comedy of Gil Blas, ranks, or any officer or soldier's be ng with that of other members, not of the punished, but by the sentence of a coure committee

ibid. martial

99 Epitaph on a gin-drinkes, with other SPLECH of Q. Confidius against the moti- verses against gin-drinking ibid. on 62 To Ardelia

89 Extracts from Mr. Fielding's Enquiry into A rebus

ibid. the causes of the late increase of robbers, Solution of a rebus in Dec. last ibid. &c.

64 On the frequent repetition of devil and deTwo Mocking instances of vagabonds 65 vilith in Gil Blas

ibid, Of the apprehension, prosecution, convic- To Mr. R and his followers ibid. tion and execurion ot felons

The sun and cloud, a fable

ibid. Remarks on a bull of pope Clement VI. The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER 90 67-74 South-Sea directors cholen

ibid. What the heathens, &c. thought of an Earthquake at Fiume

ibid. oath

68 Gamblers and gameters apprehended ibid. An excellent passage from the abbé de General courts and ballot at the South-Sea Guet 69 house

9', 92 Character of K. John of France 71 Important resolutions of the court of cem. Character of pope Clement VI. 73 mon council

91 Pleasant story of a poet ibid. D Malefactors executed

ibid. Of the height to which rockets ascend 74 Fate of the Westminster petition ibid, The polarity of the compaís destroyed by Riot of sailors

ibid, lightning

75 Resolution of a general court of the Bank Tradescant's garden at Lambeth 76

92 Character of a young lady

77 Alterations in the lift of parliament ibid. Rules for a man of wit and learning to

Marriages and births

ibid, make liimself a disagreeble companion Deaths

ibid. ibid. Ecclefiaftical Preserments

93 Farther remarks on chanting ibid. G. Promotions civil and military

ibid. Answers to mathematical questions 78 Persons declar'd bankrupts

ibid. Declarauon of the empress queen to the Pricus of ttocks and grain ; wind, weather dyer of the empire, concerning the

94 election of a king of the Romans ibid. Monibly bill of mortality

ibid. Syllogisms proposed to the learned, of both FOREIGN AFFAIR &

95 Universities

Catalogue of books

96 Infernal rites at the death of an Indian

The surveying and aritbmetical questions shall be in our next. The Latin infcriprion is too obfrene to be inserted, bue shall be reier ned, if de fired. We bave received ebe poems figned Y, webiet fall bave a place; as biswaje ji verat et ber pieces our cerrespondents bave favoured us Witb.

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