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Some thoughts on a bill for a gen A true copy of the poll taken at neral naturalization, Cooper, 6d Oxford, Jan. 31, 1750, Baldwin, 6d · Observations on the inhabitants of The history of a woman of quality, the town, &c, and of the lake of On- Cooper, 38 tario, by John Bartram, in his travels Further considerations on the refrom Pensilvania to Onandago, Whif- duction of the land-tax, &c. Grifton, is 6d
fiths, is 6d The adventures of Peregrine Pickle, A sermon preach'd before the hoby the author of Roderick Random, nourable house of commons, Jan, 30, Wilfon, ios 6d boards, izs bound 1750, by F.Allen, Shuckburgh, 58
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doms of Great Britain and Ireland, An introduction to chronology, with Millar, 13 a brief account of the several methods Apollonii Pergaei locorum planorum proposed for the alteration of the ftile, Libri II. restituti a Roberto Simpson, &c. by James Hodgson, F. R. S. M. D. Nourse : Mount, Page, Whitridge, is 6d i A new system of midwifry, by
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from the prefent very great use of Memoirs of the life and adventures low-spirited liquors, Trye, 6d of William Parsons, Esq; written by A letter to the right honourable the himself, Stamper
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· Visions in verse, Dodsey and Cooper, The present taxes compar'd to the Is 6d payments made to the public, within Bentley's sermon, in Crispin street the memory of man, in a letter to a Spittle fields, Keith, 6d member of parlament by a country Remarks on it, Noon, 60 . farmer Marthal, is.
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A modern character introduc'd in the A sermon preached before the Free scenes of Vanburgh's ÆTop. Stamper, Mafons, at the parish church of St 60
John's in Gloucester, by a brother,
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NUMBER III. '
FOREIGN NEW S.
RUSSIA. - ef the courts of Vienna and LonA T a time when the European do- don, it seems to be attended with Al minions are just recovering from no falutary consequences : M. Wahthe ravages of war, and the inhabitants zendorff the late Prussian minister at ' of the Continent gathering the product Petersburgh, attributes the declaration of the vintage or cultivating their made to him, on his departure from desolated plains, in all the security and that court, as the sole act of the tranquility of peace ; how melancholy Ruffian chancellor ; but the court of is the reflection, to think that this Petersburgh infifts upon the authenticity rising scene of felicity, may be speedily of that declaration, as the act of the frustrated by the artifices of one prince, whole ministry : both courts appear and the filken thread of society rudely satisfied with the conduct of their reuntwisted by the ambition of another spective ministers; both are making the through these artifices, excited by this necessary preparations, in case of hofambition, France, in the year 1741, tilities, and the troops of the two kindled up the embers of difíention be- powers are in full march to their retween the courts of Petersburgh and spective frontiers : his Prussian majesty Sweden, only as a preparatory step is contracting new alliances, and several towards that general Conflagration foreign generals are making interest to that soon afterwards burst out, in every get into his service : the Czarina is territory from the borders of the Po to formidable enough to oppose such an the most diftant banks of the Danube. antagonist with her own force ; but, if Sweden then found herself abandoned affiftance is necessary, the court of Vio to the resentment of the Muscovite, enna is obliged, by the treaty concluded and France is now encouraging a more on the 20th of March 1746, to furnith formidable enemy to clip the wings of her with a succour of 30,000 men the Russian Eagle : this is the Prussian within 3 months from the day of the monarch, who has taken an oppor- requifition. The Russians were also tunity of irritating the Ruflian mi- apprehensive of a disturbance from the nistry; and though a method for adSwedes, and are not less suspicious of jufting the differences subfifting be an insult from the Turks and Tartars : tween the two courts, has been un- however, they are vigilant in every dedertaken by the mediatorial offices fenfible precaution, having the fleet at
Cronstadt Cronítadt in readiness to put to sea with
DENMARK, a great number of transport ships on the His Danish majesty, ftill perfifts in Dupa ; and having assembled a con- the pacific fentiments of his predecessor, fide able body of troops along the and has given a favourable attention to Ukraine and in the conquered pro- the negociation of the baron de Flemvinces; the command of the latter ing, the Swedish minister; who was being provisionally given to general dispatched to Copenhagen to corroLieven, it being currently reported borate the union between the two that field marshal count Lacy was courts, and to contract a marriage beactually dead at Riga. The court tween the prince royal Guftavus of of Petersburgh, in pursuance of their Sweden with the princess royal of ecclefiaftical system, not to suffer in the Denmark, the provifions of which are empire any sect whole opinions may af- fettled, and it is assured that the Swefect the doctrines of the Greek church, dish ambassador is ordered to make the or create theological disputes, has or- demand of that princess in form. The dered the Herenhutters, or Moravians, Danish monarch, ever afsiduous to the to depart the country immediately; promotion of commerce, and the proand an edict has also been published, Iperity of his subjects, has ordered prohibiting the importation of books four men of war, and fix frigates, to printed abroad: but it is now reported be equipped with all possible diligence, that the election of a duke of Coure in which 600 regular troops are to be land will be deferred, till the troubles embarked, with the view of establishin the north are appeased.
ing a new settlement on the coast of
Africa : he has also published an edict, SWEDEN.
prohibiting the importation of any kind The court of Stockholm has equip- of rasped wood for dying, under the ped a fleet at Carelsoroon, confisting of penalty of 100 rix dollars, and confiftwenty ships of the line and twelve fri- cation. gates, but all the appearance of a com
GERMANY. motion with the Russians, seems ex The election of a king of the Rotinguished in the death of his Swedish mans, the principal affair in agitation majesty, who died lately at Stockholm, among the imperial princes, is still un. in the 75th year of his age, and is decided. The French 'ministers, at fucceeded by Adolphus Frederic, duke the several courts of the empire, have of Holstein, bishop of Lubeck, who, made a declaration, that his most chri. by the treaty of Abo, concluded be- ftian majesty will not interfere in this tween the courts of Petersburg and election, unless obliged thereto in quaStockholm on the 4th of July, 1743, lity of guarantee of the treaty of Weft. was appointed prince fucceffor to the phalia. His Prussian majesty is still so Swedish crown. This prince is uncle averse from exalting the arch-duke to Charles Peter Ulric, the reigning Joseph to that dignity, that he has acduke of Holstein Gottorp, ard appa- quainted the marquifs de la Puebla rent successor to the imperial throne of with his intentions to oppose it; alall the Russia's: he is indebted for his ledging, for his motives, the obftacles Investiture with the Swedish diadem to which the empress had raised againft the czarina, and, if gratitude was the putting into execution several ftipulamost prevalent principle in the bosom tions of the treaty of Dresden; fuch as of monarchs, her imperial majesty the guarantying Silesia by the empire, could expect nothing but the most du- and the regulation of a future comrable amity with the sovereign of Swe- merce: he complained of the steps ta. den: but as this prince, on the 28th ken by his Britannic majefty, whom of July, 1744, married the princess he called the cadet of the eleitoral colLouisa Ulrica, fifter to his Prussian lege, as illegal, and prohibited by the majesty, it is uncertain how far this golden bull: he added, that to carry tie of affinity may engage him in the things to such a length, as to elect a interest of that monarch; especially if king of the Romans, againft the opi. count Tefsin is continued to prefide at nion and advice of some of the most the head of the Swedish cabinet, and ancient houses of the empire, was to the court shou'd be still retained in the sacrifice the rights, and suffer the subsidiary servitude of France,
copréffion of the Germanic body, The court of Vienna seems alarmed which wou'd be abjectness, rather than at the motions of a considerable body of complaisance. This makes it evident, Ottoman troops on the confines of that his Prussian majesty is highly af- Hungary, where an imperial army is
measures which it has taken to bring consulting the most expedient measures about the above election, have nego in case of a war, by ordering four large lected him, so as not to follicit his magazines of provisions to be erected vote, nor even to consult him on that in Hungary, three in Bohemia, three occafion : he has also sent a long letter in Italy, two in Moravia, and two in to the elector of Mentz, containing Austria. his reasons for oppofing the election of It is reported, that M. Ammon, a king of the Romans at this juncture, chamberlain to the king of Prussia, which his electoral highness has com- has succeeded in the commission he municated to their imperial majesties, went to execute at the court of Ver. whose sentiments in regard to this af- sailles, by which that court is to fura fair are still the same as were lately set nish his Prussian majesty, in case of forth in their memorials; their inten- need, with a contingent of 30,000 tions are to leave the decisions of the foot and 10,000 horse. At the same electoral college free; and to take no time another report is current, that ather steps, in this respect, than such the elector of Cologne has retracted his as may be judged necessary by that engagements with the maritime pcw.
fundamental principles adopted by its they had engaged to pay him by the principal members. The decease of late treaty; looking on himself to the late emperor Charles VI. gave be free from all engagements in this France an opportunity of promoting respect, in the same manner as if that the elector of Bavaria to the imperial treaty had never been made. throne, which occasioned the late On the demise of his Swedish ma. war in Germany: the horrors of that jesty, his brother prince William sucwar were too recent in the memory of ceeds to the landgraviaté of Heffe. his Britannic majesty, and some other Caffel, whose son is married to the princes of the empire, who saw the princess Mary, fourth daughter of his dangers that must attend another in Britannic majesty ; by whose aflistance terregnum, and therefore exerted their it may be naturally expected, tiat the interest to prevent it by the election of house of Hefle will succeed in its faa king of the Romans: they have so vourite view, by attaining the honour far succeeded as to obtain a majority in of a tenth electorate. the electoral college, which is proved, by an eminent civilian, from the bulla
ITALY. aurea, and eight instances of election of The pope and conclave of cardinals kings of the Romans, sufficient to de- have applied to his Sardinian majefty, cide it; and that an urgent exigency to consent that the ceremonial to be oba has, and ought to preponderate against served with their eminences may be deany delays on account of a minority: finitively settled ; and, in consequence, however, if the Austrian prince shou'd to order his ambassadors and ministers be elected without the concurrence of at foreign courts to yield the cardinals his Prussian majesty, it would be equale precedency wherever they meet tosee ly consistent with the imperial consti- ther: but his majesty being inforrad tution, as the election of a duke of Ba- that the same application had been varia to the empire, on the 24th of made to the other catholic powers, January, 1742, when, through the answer'd his holis ss, that he could corruption of France, and the artifices not come to any resolution about an of his Prusian majesty, the queen of affair of this nature, since it equaly, Hungary was divested of her right in concerned the other Ronian catholic the electoral college by the suspension courts ; and therefore he wou'd wait of the vote of the electorate of Bo- for their verdict on his claim of the