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1753. PROMOTIONS, BANKRUPTS, &c.
8. James Crofts, Esq; in the commise to the vicarage of Holme, Spalding Moor,
PROMOTIONS Civil and Military.
captain in the firft regiment of
county of Efex.- Michael Hayes, Esg; Sir Harry Danvers, of Culworth, near
appointed by the earl of Granville as Banbury, Bart. succeeded by his brother," principal bailiff of the idand of Jersey, now Sir Michael Danvers, Bart.
to be one of the deputy bailiffs of that Rt. Hon. the lord Mountague Bertie, iland.—The earl of Cardigan, created one of the oldest captains in the navy. knight of the 'Hon. order of the Bath.-
11. Mr. Matthew Collett, one of the Mr. John Berresford, appointed by the
13. Michael Harris, Esq; formerly one their cashiers, in the room of Mr. Mor.
14. Mr. Weston, counsellor at law. clerk of the Exchequer orders and ac19. His excellency lieutenant-general compts, in the room of Mr, Collett, deGeorge Churchill, commander in chief of ceared, Richard Littleton, Charles Paw. his majesty's land forces in Scotland.
let, Edward Walpole, and Hudy Mon. Hon. Mrs. Mordaunt, wife of tague, Esqrs, created knights of the Bath ; Charles Mordaunt; Efq; and third daugh- and the earl of Cardigan, appointed grand ter of Scroop lord Viso. Howe.
mafter of the raid honourable order. 24. William Smith, Era; secretary to Capt. John Richardson, made a captain the South-Sea company.
in the second regiment of foot-guards, ECCLISIASTICAE PRETERMINTS.
AVID Russel' the younger, now From the LONDON GAZETTI.
or tale of Maidítone, butcher.-W
William Whitchart, of Calne, in Wiles, presented Francis Milbanke, M. A. drugget maker. - John Spencer, late of to the rectory of Croft, in Yorkshire. Hanover-street, near Long-acre, taylor, And John Gooch, M. A. to the rectory -William Church, late of the parish of of Fen-Ditton, in Cambridgeshire. Wooburn, in Bucks, paper-maker. -- folia
Stevenfon, late of Bickerton, in Chethire, From tbe aber PAPERS.
cheesefactor. - Richard Fuller, late of John Trenchard Bromfield, M. A. pre- Reading, innkeeper and vintner. - James sented to the rectory of Warmwell, with Howarth, otherwise Haworth, lace of Ploxwell thereunto annexed, in Dorset- Manchester, chapman.-Thomas Dixon, Thire. - Mr. Samuel Fauconer, chosen
now or late of Rooley, in the parish of lecturer of the united parishes of St. Mary Kirkheaton, in Yorkihire, taylor and li. Somerset and St. Mary Mounthaw. Sa- nen-draper.- John Gibbs, of the parish muel Rigby, B. Ai presented by Sir of St. Margaret, Weltminter, vi&ualler, Francis Dashwood, Bart. co the rectory Thomas Varden
younger, of Macof Conningsholme, in Lincolnshire.---Ri. clesfield, dealer.- John Crichton, late of shard Fawcett, D, D. to the rectory of Newport-Pagnell, in Bucks, linen-draper, Fenny-Compton, in Warwickshire.- Mr. Henry Rocke, of St. Dunstan's in tlie Hajnes, by the lord chancellor, to the East, broker.--- John Martin Willett, of vicarage of San Martin's, in Leicester., London, merchant. Stephen Matey, Dr. Alburnham, dean of Chichester, to late of Pater. Nofter-Row, vintner.-- John the refidentiaryship of St. Paul's, by hiss Cattean, of Crowland, in Lincolnshire, majesty, in the room of Dr. Johnson, mercer and draper. - James Pardoe, of bishop of Gloucester. - Dr. James Wili Liverpool, merchant. - John Edwards, of dington, by his majesty, to the rectory of Tooke's Court, in Curftor. ftreet, St. Savage-Leigh, in Surrex.
Andiew's Holborn, horier.- Charles Hud. one of the canons of St. Paul's, choren
dy, of St. Giles, Cripplegate, vicłualler, lecturer of St. Mary Magdalen, Old Filho! John Marby, of weitminster, coat Areet. -- Mr. Michael Tyron, presented merchant. - Samuel Plummer, late of by the lord chancellor, to the rectory of Trowbridge, clothier and linen drape?.
390. FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 1953.
HE most remarkable occurrence that TH
with regard to the affair of East-Frieslands has lately happened in Europe, is a and foon after the beginning of this month new creaty between the house of Austria the Hanover minifter presented to the faid and the duke of Modena, by which it is assembly a memorial from his Britannick Laid to be stipulated :
majesty, as elector of Hanover, by way 1. That his screne highness be ap- of answer to this his PruMan majesty's pointed perpetual governor of the dutchy final declaration. of Milan, and the house of Austria's vi From Amsterdam they write as fol. car general- in Italyy with a salary of lows : We are very attentive in this coun90.000 florins a year; his serene highness try to the king of Pruffia's taking into to keep on foot a body of 4000 men, at his service and favour as many Irish and the disposal of the emprefs- queen. Scorch of the Jacobite party as he can.
2. That her Imperial majesty have a Amongst others, he has, not long ago, right to place a garison of her troops in entered into a treaty with one of these the citadels of Mirandola and Reggio, gentlemen, an Irish papist, who was well and in the castle of Mada-Carrara, established at Rotterdam, has a thorough
3. That the archduke Peter-Leopold, knowledge of commerce, is a very cunthird son of their imperial majesties, shall ning man, and who has sold a fine house, marry the daughter of the hereditary which he had in that city, in order to go prince of Modena, by the heiress of into the service of the king of Pruttia. Massa Carrara ; and, if this princess die Many people even say, that the young without heirs male, the estates of the Pretender lies concealed in the dominions house of Massa-Carrara, and the dutchy of of that prince ; but as they give no proof Mirandola, shall go to the archduke Pe. of this, one may with reason doubt the ter. Leopold as his lady's fortune ; but in truth of it. care there be male issue, the shall have The republick of Genoa have resolved the principality of Fermia, and the other to build a citadel at St. Remo for curbing eftates in Hungary claimed by the duke the inhabitants, and for obliging them to of Modena,, for her fortune.
submit to such regulations as Mall hercaf. 4. That on the extinction of the male ter he prescribed ; but as they claim to branch of the house of En, the duko of be a free republick under the protection Modena's dominions Thall all devolve to of the empire, and no other way depenthe houfe of Austria.
dant upon Genoa than by confederacy for And it is laid, that in consequence of mutual defence, this may prove a knotty chis treaty, the duke of Modena will next affair; and in the mean time the repubmonth take up his residence at Milan, lick's affairs in Corsica seem not to be in a with a pension of 90,000 forins per very prosperous fituation ; for they acannum.
knowledge, that a party of their troops Last month the Prussian minister at the in that isand has been defeated, and all diet of Ratisbon, presented to that alem. killed or made prisoners by a party of the bly his Pruffian majesty's final declaration malecontents.
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PRICES OF STOCKS in AUGUST, BILL of MORTALITY, &c.
Bill of Mortality from BANK INDIA (South Sea, South Sea South Seng and IP:13 P. Cert./s. S. An.13p. Cent. Ind. Bonds B.Cir. p. Wind at Weather stock. S TO Cx. S t.ex. Annu.old Ann new C. B. An. B. annu. 1751. ind. Ann. prem. Lisi Deal. London. July 24 to August 28.
106 106 1
71. 45 3 7 6
6 S. S. W. rain fair
103 $ 104 1
S. W. hard very win. Died under 2 Years old 650
ts. W. bys. | 103
104 1 137
5 and 10104
106 192 1 303 104
10 and 20
3 7 6 5. W. by s. rain lair 137
20 and 30 ton
30 and 40-
40 and 5-- 135
N. by W.
6o and 37 104
S.S. E. 103
93 106 | 105 | 106 $
S. W. heavyrain
3 7 6
So and 90
6 W, S. W.
go and 100 --
fair с N. v.
1489 38 137
106 107 106 105
fair 104 104
O N. N. W. 3 IO
Within the Walls
W. N. w. sair rain
Without the Walls 360
In Mid. and Surrey 65?
fair 71. 63
City & Sub. Weit. 3+3 ** 137
106 187 % 106
fair 71. 65
cw, S. W. 106,
1489 106 107 3 104
S. W. fair 71. 6s
Weekly July 31
31. 68 104 10+
o E. by S. fair cloa 193
106 5 137
104,105 104 104
Aug. 7 3 10 N. E.
fair S. S. E. fair hot
310 8 Sunday
N. E. rain fair
3 10 106 192
C E. S. E. fair hot 3 10
10 100 291 137
3 10 30 137
E. by S. fair Wheaten Peck Loaf 28. id. 37
S. S. E. Vair ciou. Peare 218.1026. 01. c. Quar. 107
173. to 193.
us to 17
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123s to 258 218 to 24 1225 to 24
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Or, GENTLEMAN's Monthly Intelligencer.
original French, with an English Trans- XIII. Latin discarded, a Satire.
XIV. Mathematical Questions rolved, and
cerning cancerous Tumours, with a re- XV. The Little Horn in Daniel explained.
XVI. Electrical Experiments for drawing
XVII. Inscription on Lord Bolingbroke's
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