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DE A T H S. 18. James Lucas, Ela; to Miss Hannah Ty. lent exhibition of painting, &c.-John Ran. son of Southampton-itreet-19. Sir James dall, Esq; lace of bis majesty's horle guards Innes, bart, to the fifter of Sir Cecil Wraye, 28. Thomas Hay, Esq; secretary of the bart.--20. Robert Dallas, Esq; to the relict isaand of Jamaica-29. Thomas Newman, of the late Jobo Hewitt, Erq; of Jamaica, Esq; in Southwark-William Roberts, Esq; Mr. W. Capell, of Flower, Northampton at Hampftead. Ibire, to Miss Elizabeth Marrio --Bartholo. Feb. i. Rice Price, Erg; South Audley. mew Smith, Esq; co Mi's Palmer, daughter Atreet-Ephraim Underwood, Elq; ia Titch. of the late Sir Thomas-21. James Brown, field-street-2. Andrew Drummond, Efq; Efq; to Miis Nancy Turner, with 20,000 l. banker at Charing Cross-Thomas Baftan, -24. Mr. Sparke, atorney at Hexham, to Esq; on Epping-forest-John Aust, lase merMiss Heron, with 12,000 l.

chant in Leadeghall-ftreet -His boliness the

pope, aged 76. He was born at Venice, DIATHS.

made cardinal in 1737, and pontiff in 1758– clerks in Chancery-William ihirc- James Cantrell, Elq; at MaryboneBret, Ery; brother to Sir Piercy - Mr.Schuiz, Joseph Gale, aged 129, in Ireland John potary public--20. John Wilkinson, Eig; of Poumies, Esq; in Bolton-ftreet, May FanCavendim-Square - William James, Eig; of Mrs. Cath. Motley, aged 112, in Ireland Denford in Berks-23. Henry Evans, Esq; Bridget Toole, aged 103, in Dublin-3. in Gloucester-street, Red-lion-square-Lady Lady Dowager Litchfield, mother of the preof Thomas Grainger, Efq; in Salisbury. sent earl-4. Hon. Hugh Stuart, uncle to court-Jeringham Chevely, Efq; clerk in Lord Blantyre, in Ireland-- 5. Lady TyrawChancery-John Csowder, Esq; in Clerk- ley at Somerset-house-William Harrison, enwell-Relict of the late Thomas Bram. Elg; of Worcestershire-6. George Widely, fton, Esa; at Skreens, Effex-24. John Eq; at Greenwich-Rev. Mr. Davenport, V. Allford, Erq; in Queen-Anne-ftreet, Ox o! St. Nicholas, Leicester-8. Thomas Ran. Sord-104d2;. Thomas Ravenhill, Esq; . fton, Esq; in James-ftreet-John Ambrose, clerk of the western road, in the Gen. Poft- Esq; in Bruton-itreet - Thomas Brown, Efq; office-Reliet of Steph. Skinner, Erg; at in Spittlefields—Robert Ramsden, Esq; broWalthamstow---John Dive, Era; of Queen- ther to Sir John-9. Packington Harvie, Square, Weftminster-26. Miss Maria Juliet Erq; in Great Russel-street- Peter Martton, Harrison, a young lady of 25,c00l. fortune, in Stratton-grounds, Weltminster, the oldeit on the point of marriage-27. Charles Boehm, palace court officer, worth 30,000 1.- Joseph Esq; one of the directors of the Bank - James Wakelin, Efq; near Roehampton. Barber, Era; in Swallow-free-The mar. [Compleat lin of promotions, &c. in our sexe.] grave of Bareith-Mr. Tomlinson, of the Bank-Mrs. Moore, grandmother to the

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. ordinary of Newgate, aged 107, in Yorkshire - Hon. Charles Darcey, captain in the ARSAW, March We have sormerly in the imperial service-Thomas federates of Lenczyce have been de eated Fortescue, Esq; in Lieland. He married a fir. near Kutno by the Russians, and that a ter to the earl of Cianbrafil.-Maximilian de great number of their recruits had been mallaHervart, knight of the holy Roman

empire cred by the Collacks. His majesty received at Chellea - William Richardson, Esq; at a confirmation of the defeat o the HaydaNunwich in Cumberland -Captain Douglas, macks in several Parts of the Ukraine, and brother to Gen. Douglas-Wm. Thomas, Esq; was so well satisfied with the news, that he in St. Catherine's William Henry Buriang, inade a handí me present to the courier. Ela; on his travels-Honourable Mr, Lucy We hear, on the other hand, that Pr nce Hobart, nearly related to the earl of Bucking Sapiena has put himself at the head of a hamshire - Mrs. Cotterel; sitter to the late party of confederates in Voihinin, and that Sir Clement- John Wesley, mayor of Lei. the Tartars have broke the Russian chaia cefter -Farrard, Esq; in Southampton of communication : One corps of these buildings—Edward Mountenay, Esq; brother troops being encamped at Kzerkaffay, anoto the late Baron Mountenay in Ireland ther at Balta, and a third at Human in Hugh Cholmonde'ey, Esq; in Chapel-street- the Ukraine, making in all a body of 80,00 Mr. John White, whose father printed at York the prince of Orange's manifesto, af. All the places which the Tartars have ter it had been refused by all the printers in visited bear the strongeit marks of the savage London, and was made king's printer for temper of those barbarous people; the York and five counties-Henry Dampier, houses have all been piliaged and burnt, Esq; brother to Doctor Dampier, prebend of and the unhappy inhabitants ei her murdered Canterbury- 27. Alderman Rutter of Wind. or carried into Davery. los --Samuel Dxon, known for his excel. Kalilh, in Poland, March 13. The ce


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279 lebrated Malazewski, after bis defeat near elector took cognisance of the affair, and Czenfiochau, arrived at Meseritz the 6th of finding that the magistrates perlifted in rethis month, with a body of 4000 men; in fufing what he thought he had a right to dea his way he seized an inhabitant of Bentch, mand, he sent a body of 2000 men, who ia.“ whose head be ordered to be immediately refted the town, and finding the gates fhut, ftruck off. The 8th he arrived at the little opened them by force. These truops are town of Scheverin, and obliged the poor not burthensome to the burghers, being all Lutheran inhabitants to pay him a contri: quartered upon the burgomasters and other bution of 400 crowns, and had the crus members of the magiftracy; some of whom city to hang up four of the burgesses, have forty or fifty soldiers lodged in their and four other innocent people, who, for houses. sant of a gallows, were executed on the Cologne, Feb. 17. Yesterday we receivpillar of a well. A poftillion, and the son ed advice from Rome, that the Pope, Cleof a baker, having also had the misfortune ment XIII. died there the second of this to fall into his hands, were instantly con- month, between ten and eleven in the evendemned to death; but the one saved his life ing. He had supped as usual and was eges condition of his embracing the Ca. gone to bed, and soon after finding himself a ibclick religion, while the other nobly, little indisposed, rung his bell for aslistance. chose to die for his own. From Sheverin He was immediately bled in both arms, tiefe rebels took their route to Posnania. but, nevertheless, expired in a very short

Ratisbon, Jan. 19. The illustrious chap- time. On opening his body, there were ter of this city proceeded yesterday to the no other apparent causes of his death, election of a new bilbop, when the votes than a too great dilatation in the vesseis of stre unanimously in favour of Prince An the heart. He was named Charies Rezzovoine Joseph, of Elwangen.

nico, and was born at Venice on the gede Berlin, Jan. 24. For the conveniency of of March 1693. He was created cardinal ir the trading part of inankind, a bank and 1737, and elected pope the 6th of July 1758. lombard is efablished at Embden, the capi Leghorn, Jan. 15. Letters from Cortica tal of East Friesland, which is to be opened confirm the account of the affair between the ift of February next.

the French and the Corsicans in the neighBerlin, Jan. 28. Some days age advice bourhood of Oletta, which was long and was received of the death of his serene bloody, and terminated in favour of the highness Frederick Christian, Margrave of latter, who made themselves masters of a Bareith, by which the reigning Margrave of great quantity of artillery and provitions, and Anspache succeeds bath to the title and took the French garrison at that place prisoterritory.

ners of war. (But letters from Calal, Dresden, February 5. The new electress dated Jan. 12, contradict the above account, arrived here on Sunday last precisely at and say, the Corsicans miscarried in their twelve o'clock, and was received by the attempt to surprize Oletta, and were obelectoral family with the greatest demon. liged to retire to Mariana with confiderable frations of joy and cordiality. The mar

loss.] riage ceremony was performed the same Bonifaccio, Feb. 2. A body of Corficaps evening by the elector of Triers, at an als having formed a design to surprize Biguglia tar erected for the purpose in a hall of the the 25th of last month, sent a party to poft palace, into which none were admitted but tbemielves near the bridge of Bivinco, in the foreign ministers and p:incipal nobility. order to secure their retreat, in case their (See p. 56.)

enterprize should not succeed. On this, Hague, Feb. 16. The following are the the French detached a crps of 1000 men circumstances which gave rise to the fiege in order to polless themselves of that port; and taking of Aix-la-Chapelle by the Pala. but the Corsicans, having been reinforced tine troops. The Elector Palatine has the in the mean time, attacked the enemy, and appointment of an officer called the Grand after a smart engagement obliged them to Majeur of Aix, and has a place in the city make a precipitate retreat with the loss of called Mallweyer, where there is a house 100 men. firted up with proper conveniences for car Corsica, Feb. 16. A body of Corsicans rying on the business of dying, which the having presented themselves, in the night beGraud Majeur letts to whom he pleases for the 13th and 14th instant, tetore Barbaggio, the prost of the elector. He happened to and made themselves masters of the place, lert it to a protestant, who dyed in all so- they made two companies of the regiment lours. The magiftrates of Aix maintained of Mark prisoners, but permitted three that he had no right to dye any other colour others to retire from San Fiorenzo, on conbut scarlet, and that to dye other colours he dition of not acting hosilely against the muft he admitted of the dyers company, Corsicans for a year. The count de Marwhich no Proteftant could be at Aix. 'The bæuf, being soon informed of this Madyer complained to the Palatine court of the næuvre, ordered some troops to advance tobaructions he met with, upon which the wards Barbaggio, the avenues of which he 4


280 FOREIGN AFFAIRS. blocked up in such a manner, that the Corfi. 120 days. She has on board nioe millions cans were obliged to surrender this morning, of crusades in gold, of which two millions after loting half their men, on this ftipula- and a half are on account of the king, the tion, that they are not to be sent to France, relt on account of the merchants ; two mik

Parma, March 11. The infant duke has lions and a half of crusades in diamonds, and juf suppressed the office of the Inqulition in about an hundred thousand crowns Tournois his dominions.

in piastres; which makes in the whole twesOn the 6th of March, the grand duke of ty-nine millions and fifty thousand vrea Tuscany repaired to Rome, and the emperor Tournois. arrived there on the 15th in the morning ; Versailles, Feb. 8. As the king was buntwhere they have had every posible honour ing in the forest of St. Germain the 4th is. thewn them by the conclave, &c.

ftant, his horse fell down, by which his maFlorence, March 11. The king of Prussia jelty received a violent blow on the right has fent a medal of his own person to Ge arm. The acuteness of the pain had caused aeral Paoli, with an eulogium, in which he the greatest inquietudes among ibie people, makes that general greater than all the he. but all apprehenlions of danger are difpaced, Toes of antiquity, When the Marquis de as there is no reason to believe the accident Marbeuf took Mr. Colonna prisoner, with will be attended with any bad con equences. two hundred and twelve men, on the 14th of The exterior part of the arm, at its articular February, at Barbaggio, as a compliment to tion with the thoulder, has suffered mott; that officer, he said to him, That be suppo- but though it is yet swelled and painful, his fed General Paoli would luftain a great loss majesty grows better every day. to him s to this the brave Corsican replied, Versailles, Feb. 2. His majesty is not yet re That every town, and every village in his covered from his fall. A confiderable swelling country, contained men of superior courage has suddenly appested upon the arm, arifing and abilities to himself, and that Mr. de from the violence of the contuhon, which Marbæuf would very soon be convinced of it. has affected even the deep seated mufcies of

Madrid, Jan. 3. The court has received the articulation. The injured part is termiadvice, that on the 15th of October a terrible Dated by a large discoloured extravafation, or torm happened at the Havanna, which con- ecchymosis, which spreads over the whole cow tinued for three hours. Near a thousand per- Jular membrane of the limb. There are, sons lost their lives, among whom were great however, signs of a quick resolution ; the numbers of negroes; most of the sugar plan, pain is gone, and his majesty begins to move tations were entirely destroyed ; and most of his arm without great difficulty. the ships upon the coast were driven on Mote.

Versailles, April 6. The day before yefterThe damage is computed at 3,000,000 pi. day the king rode ou; on horse-back, for the aftree.

first time fince his accident, and went a St. Malo's, March 21. The king'o frigate, hunting, which exercise quite agresd with the Boudeuse, commanded by the Sieur de him. Bougainville, which entered this port the Hague, March 26. Between eleven so! 14ch inftant, was about two years and a half twelve o'clock at night, on the 23d intep', in her voyage round the world. That officer the Princess of Orange was delivered of a reports, that during his voyage, notwithstand- dead prince, to the great affli&ion of the ing his crew were exposed to the mortality of Prince Stadiholder, and of the public, dinarily occafioned by exceffive fatigues and the corruption of almost all the provifions, he had the good fortune to lose but seven men. THE Epifile to the Rev. Mr. G. R. idcug This surprising preservation of his crew the sentimental enougb, is not fuffiently pretical, Sieur de Bougainville attributes to the great Tve aulbor is very capable of correcting is. quantity of sea water difilled, which he was Tbe pbilosopbical conversation, we rbind will confantly in a state of procuring, by means not do : Harris, Watts, Derbam, tbe Speel die of the Sieur Poisfonier's machine. He adds, la Nature, are in every band. that the administering to every person whom Tbe letter to Mr. Horne is too long ; sed sce he suspected to have the scurvy, the powder bave orber objections ro il. of lemonade of the Sieur Faciot, seemed to The Midnigbe Soliloquy is a bigb fogó ir him to have contributed at the same time deed: but we would just remind be fair roepe to stop the progress of that malady. And sodical poetess, obat to eye barb, or can fee Word he further obterved, that by means of venti Tbe lines from a youth al Brifol are los sit. Jators, the air in the ship bad been continual- fective for infertior: let bim keep ibem by biss, ly freshened.

and examire i ben every year, for fune pears, Lisbon, Feb. 28. The hip of war, named and, perbaps, be may in time, render i ben aithe Mother of God, arrived here ihe 22d ceprable to the pubkc. instant from Rio de Janeiro, but last from G. E's pbilo phical conversaries, with me the Bay of All Saints, where she had put in ral otber originais, borb in proje und vetju, bet for want of water. She made the voyage in There are Iliriy-fix vois. pr. 75. 6d. easb vol. balf bound. T. 2, may be supplied as No. 47)

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For JUNE, 1769.
The British Theatre, containing a Extraordinary Petition of Ralph Grif.

Critical Examination of two new fith, Deputy-Sheriff of the County
Theatrical Pieces, now exhibiting

of Flint, to the Lords of the Treaby Mr. Foote in the Haymarket 283


321 An odd kind of Diversion, common An Impartial Review of New Public in the Neighbourhood of Smyrna 288 cations

ibid, History of the last Session of Parlia

a third Vol. of Mr. Shenstone's ment, &c. &c. 289 Works

ibid. Mr. Locke's Opinion of Personal Iden.

A Four Days Tour in the tity, farther considered

Land of Dumplings

324 The Character of King Charles I. de

The Sibyi, a Novel fended


Secker's Letter on episcopizing Description of Asia, continued 297 America

ibid. History of Louisa

· 299

Beccaria's Discourse on Public Proceedings of the Benevolent Society Oeconomy

ibid. 301

Swaine's Memoirs of Olney Difference of Fashions between the Abbey

ibid. present People of England and

Question stated, concerning their Ancestors

Wilkes's Election

ibid. Natural History of Chaco, a Province

Case of the late Election for of Paraguay

309 Middiesex, considered ibid. Customs and Manners of the Chaco POETICAL ESSAYS

326 nese and the Guaranis

313 THE MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER 329 Junius's Letter to the G.

Marriages and Births; Deaths

332 The Cultivation and Manufacture of

Foreign Affairs

335 Sugar in America

319 Promotions Civil and Military ibid. Confiderations on the Properties of Monthly Bill of Mortality ibid. Air

Stocks, Grain, Wind, and Weather 282

An Accurate M MẮP of the EMPIRE of INDOS TAN,

Engraved by Mr. KITCHEN.
LONDON: Printed for R. Baldwin, at No. 47, in Pater-notter Row;
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CHARLES CORBETT, at No. 30, facing St. Dunstan's Church, Fleet-Street, STOCK-BROKIR, who buys and fells in the Stocks

by Commission, and transa&ts the Lottery Business as usual.
Mark-Lane Exchange Reading Balingfoke. Farnham. Henley Cambridge. York, Gloucester. Hereford, Monmouth. London.
Wheat 301. od. to 36s. 91. toui.ogli od to 101. 91. os. to ul. 121 os load 325 to 34 gr. 205 to 34 qu ss06d bushel ss 6d burgt & ss bush.nogal Hay per load 275. to gof.
Barley 148. od, to 185.159. to 203. 138. to 168. 185. od. 146 to 22 gr 158 to 16 178 to 21 o 38 od to 38 3d os od to 45 od 482d to 48 4d Straw from 143. to 1980
Oats i 3k. od. to 163.

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