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FROM Holland -we hear, (hat the people there are very uneasy about wo projects now on foot, one upon the north, and the other upon the south fide of that republick. The first is the East-India company proposed hy the king of Prussia to be set up in Embden, which may draw many Dutch merchants to settle there, and very much diminish their exports of East-India soods to the Biltick and Germany ; and the other is a canal which it proposed to he made from Ostend, by the way of Bruges, to Ghent, deep add wide enough for three-mast ships ; and as from Ghent there isa communication by rhe liver Schelde down to Antwerp, and up the Schelde and the Lys throueh a great part of Flandeu, and some part os Hainault, they think it will diminish the:r trade with the Austrian Netherlands, tor which reason they have sound out, that this last project it conrrary to the spirit of the treaty of Westphalia, and are making strong remonstrances against it at the court of Vienna.

The k.ng of Portugal has given orders, that for the future no person condemned to dsath by the inquisition, shall be executed, until the sentence has been seen and approved by his council, and signed by his majesty ; and at the fame time he has given great fit i iaction to (he people at Lisbon, by obtaining of the court of Spain, an explanation of the treaty concluded by hre father, by which it is stipulated, that the limits ot the two empires in America shall be marked out and sully settled, before the town of Sacrament be given up: And that the term of five yeais shall be allowed for that purpose ; in which time the merchants hope, that some new incident may happen for preventing the cession of that town, which they look on as the bulwark of the mines in Rrazil, and their chief mart in that part of the world.

The Genoese have at last agreed on a regulation of their bank of St. George, which bears date (he isth ulr. N. S. and was published the 6th inst. In the preamble they emphatically set forth the mis. fortunes brought noon the republick in the year 1746, which forced them, for the first (ime, to lay hands on the sacred deposit, to draw out of it 15,000,000 of livers, and consequently to stop payment of its notes. Now to restore the credit of this bank, they have determined, that in a very short time all the old hills and notes of this bank shall be united, and constitute a new fund, to be called Consicraaone, and to be divided into so many actions or shares, of 100 livers each, bank money, which actons sliall eveiy year in certain portions be publickly drawn by lot, and paid by th: trea

FFAIRS, 1751. 47

sorer according to (heir just value of »oo effective livers, tank money. As a linking fund for this purpose, the republick hat made over 10 the house of St. George, aa they call the bank, several new duties; and to make this fund the mo>e considerable, the house is to pay out of its old income, half the interest settled upon the actions of the new stock, till its entire extinction.

The archbishop of Florence has published ■ mandate, by order of the emperor, and with the permissi in of the pope, enjoining all the clergy, and all religious communities "f both sexes in Tuscany to bring in exact accounts of their respective revenues, pensions, tec. to the end that the government may settle (he share they arc to bear in the publick charge of the state.

The infanta, duchssi os Parma, was on the ad. inst. N. S. brought to bed of a prince.

From Berlin we hear, that by the plan for the administration of justice, established by his Prussian majesty in hit dominions, the court of judicature in that city determined 560 law-suits during the year i7<<-, not-so much as one heing left undecided ; for which dispatch hit majesty wrote a very handlbme letter of Hunks to baron Cocceji, his chancellor.

Fium Peteriburgh we have a long manifesto, containing the reasons for their minister's leaving the court of Prussia so ahiup'ly a* mentioned in our Magazine sor December last. They complain, 1. That the court of Prussia affected at a certain period to treat their ministers residing there with as much contempt as indifference, x. That his Prussian majesty refused to give leave to the Russians in his army to return home, tho' they had berti permitted to enter into hit service only sor the sake improvement. 3. That the empress having caused Capt. Staakelbcrg, an officer in the Prussnn service, but her subject, to be arrested for several misdemetnors which he confessed, (he court of Prussia by way of reprisal arrested (wo Russian officers in their service, who desired leave to return home. 4. That the empress having by proclamation recalled all her subjects in foreign service, the court of Prussia not only refused to allow i' to be puhlilhed in the Berlin G-zctte, but threamed her minister for signifying it by way of letter to the Russi in officers in the Prussian service. 5. That her minister at Berlin had been forbid to visit PoizJam and Sans soucy, along with the Bri'ish and Imperial ministers. 6. That her minister was not invited to a grand feast at ;. hirlottenbourg, to which all the other foreign ministers were invited. Ice. Ice.

Divi

48 the Monthly Catalogufc/<?r January, 1751.

Divinity «»</ Cowteotiiit. I. Tk mEditations upon religious and phi

IVl losophical Subjects, pr. «. Wilson.

». A farther Account of the Welsh Charity Schools, pr. 11. (Silver.

3. Reasons f«r composing new Aiticles of Religion, pr. is. od. Griffiths.

4. The History of Miracle), for fix thousand Years. Fuller.

5. An Essay on Anger ond Forgiveness. By W. Webster, D. D. pr. Is. bt. (Iwoi.

History.

6. Memoirs of the House of Branden. burgh, or. IS. 6d. Nourse.

7. A General History of the several Nations of the World. By Mr. Salmon. Vol. 1. pr. 5s. Johnston.

X. A New General Histcry of England, 3 Vols. Folio. By William Guihrie, Esq; Waller.

Philosophy, Physick, &c.

9. Dissertation on the epidemical Distemper among the Horned Cattle. By M. Blondet, pr. 'S. Owen.

10. » A Treatise of artificial Magnets. The Second Edition. By J. Michell, B. A. pr. is. Knaptons.

11. Philosophical Transactions, N°. 491. pr. is. 6d. Davis.

1*. Several Propositions, Rules, and Problem's, for the Discovery of the Longitude. By William Blannerhasser, Esq; Robinson,

13. The Workman's Golden Rule, for Drawing the Five Orders of Architecture. By B. Langley, pr. is. 6d, Ware.

M I b C t L I- f. N h n V !,.

1.-. • A Treatise on Diamonds and Pearls. The Stcond EHilion. By David Jessies, Jeweller. Piinttd by C. and J. .Ackers, in Sr. John's Street, for the Author, and Sold by him. Price One Guinea.

I.. A dialogue of the mod esteemed modern B.n ks, rhar have been published for fifty Years past, to this present 1 ime, with ihe I'ricts affixed. Printed in the Year 1751, and may be had of all the Booksellers in Town ard (Jounrry, pr. 6di

16. Remarks on the Academick, pr. 6d. Trye.

17. An Appendix to the OEconomy of Human life, pr. is. Withers.

18. An Examination, whether any just Definition can be given of the Law of Nature, pr. 6d. Cooper.

19. A Leiter to the Rev. Mr. Douglas. By W. Lauder, pr. 6d. Owen.

10. An aurhcntlck Narrative of the la'e extraordinary Proceed.ngs at Cambridge against the W rCluh, pr. is. Cooper.

11. A View of Human Nature, or Select Histories, pi. 3s. Birt.

21. An Enquiry into the Cause! of the late Increase of Robberies, &c. By H. Fielding, Esq; pr. as. 6d. Millar.

23. Reflections on the Manners of the Age. By Madam Depuifieux, pr. is. 6d. Cooper.

14. A Review of the Works of the Royal Society. By John Hill, M. D, pr. 7S. 6d. Gr.ffirru.

*$. The Trial of William Baker, pr. 6d. Cooper.

16. The Revolution* of Genoa, pr. 9s. Griffiths.

*7. A Discourse on Government and Religion, pr. Is. Roberts.

it. Observations on the Buyers and Receivers of stolen Goods, pr. 6d. Whitridge.

19. An Historical Account of the Discovery of the Island of Madeira, pr. Is. 6d. Payne.

30. The Art of composing Mufick by a Method entirely new, pr. 6d. Lion.

31. The French Tongue made easy to Learners. By J. Fauchon. Birt.

j*. Miscellaneous Observations upon Authors ancient and modern. Two Vols. pr. 1 os. Davis.

33. Visions by a Lady, pr. 6d. Owen.

34. Curious Obsei vations upon the Manners, Customs, tec. of the several Nations of Alia, Africa, and America. Two Vols. By L'Abbe Lambert, pr. 10s. G. Woodsall.

35. A Vu.vos the Lancashire Dialect, pr, 6d. Robinson.

36. The Form of celebrating the Socratic Society, pr. rs. 6d. Palterson.

17. The Vices of the Cities of London and Westminster, pr. is. Corbett.

Pokthy.

38. The Scribleriad, an Heroick Poem, pr. is. Dodsley. {See p. 40.1

39. The History of <iueen Mab, pr. 6d. Coi.per.

40. The Geese in Disgrace, pr. 6d. Robinson.

41. A new infernal Expedition, pr. 6d. Owen.

45. An Hymn to the Nymph of Bristol Spring. By Mr. Whitchead, pr. Is, ti. Dodflcy.

43. The Satires of Persius, translated into English Veise, pr. Is. 6d. Millar.

44. A Rhapsody upon the Marvellous arising from the first Odes of Horace and Pindar. By C. Cibber, Esq; pr. Is.

4;. Poems on several Occasions. By R. Upton, pr. is. 6d. Reeve,

Sermon.

46. A Sermon before the Lord Mayor and Aldermen, Nov. 5, 1750. By W. Cokayne, M, A. pr. 6d. Meadows.

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I. Kcina ks on a Bull ol Po^e Cement VI. with the Character of that Hope, and o( King John of France, &c.

II. An Account of .the new Comedy of Gil Bias.

III. Character of a young Lady.

IV. Infernal Rites at the Death of an Indian Prince.

V. Constitution of the Society for the Free British Fishery.

VI. Scheme fer preventing Felonies.

VII. The J o u R N A i of a Learned and Political Club, &c. continued: Containing tli-.- S r i t c » of M. Ofulnius tor an amendment to the Oath of Secrecy in the Mutiny-E.11: And the Sriicnas o! C. Trcbonius, and Q. Conlidius, on the Question concerning the Staff Officers, &;.

VIU. A Dcsc iption us Hampshire.

IX. A Description of the Isle of Wight.

X. AbQract os Mr. Fielding's Enquiry into the Causes of the late Increase of Robbers.

XI. Of the Height to which Rockets ascend.

XII. How a Man of Wit and Learning may make himself a disagreeable Companion.

XUI. Mathematical Questions anfwe ed.
XIV. Declaration of the Emprefi Queen.
With a New and Beautiful Mtro: H A M P
the furprizingly /at Man,

XV. Gin dunking de-It.-uctive ot the tiunua Species.

XVI. Account of Mr. Bright.

XVII. AI'.er<tion> in the List of Parliament.

XVIII. Proceedings of the S. S. Company, of the Bank, and of the Common-Council.

XIX. Iffect of Lightning on the Compass.

XX. Fuither Remarks on Chanting.

XXI. Tradefcar.t's Garden at Lambeth.

XXII. Pott It: Prologue and Epilogue

to Gil Bias ; to Miss j an Invitation

to Dinner; to Aidelia; the Sun and Cloud, a Fahle ; Opinion of the Council at George's concerning Cil Bias j on (he

Thirtieth of January ; to Mr. R and

hU Followers ; the Forsaken Maids Complaint, a New Song, set to Mustek; Re. tus's, E;rigrams, Ac.

XXIII. The MotrTHiT Chrokoioo»« •. Ganihlers and C imesttrs j Riot ot Sailers; Malefactors exe-cuted, &c. Sec. tec.

XXIV. Promotions ; Marriage* and Birtha; Deaths; Bankrupts.

XXV. Prices of Stfcks for ejeh Day.

XXVI. Monthly Bill of Mortality.

XXVII. Foriicn Affairs.

XXVIII. A Catalogue of Books. SHIRE; and the Effigies of Mr. B*icnf, on a curious Copper Plate.

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LO N DO N: Printed for R. Baldwin, jun. at the Rose \aPater.Nositr-Roiu.

Of whom may be had, compleat Sett from the Beginning to this Time, neatly Bound, or Stilch'd,

Or any single Month to compleat Sets.

CONTENTS.

AN account of the play of Oil Bias 51

Persons of the drama, and (heir

characters ibid

ubstar.cc of the several acts ibid. tec.

A defer ption of Hamp,k>ie 5*

New-forest . ibid. B

The boroughs and market towns ibid. tec.

Winchester and Southampton described 55

Portsmouth 56

A description of the Isle of Wight ibid. A

The Journal of a learned and political

CiuB, tec. conlinued 57—64

SnecH of M. Ogulnius in favour of the

motion for an amendment to the oath

of secrecy contained in the mutiny bill 57

Treason aga nst the constitution, as well as
'against (he crown ibid.

Spiich of C. Trebooius in favour of the
motion for adding a clause to the mu.iny
bill to prevent any non-ctmmission offi-
cer's being broke, or reduced into the

""" ranks, or any officer or soldier's be ng

punished, but by the sentence 01 1 court

martial 59

Sp Sick of Q^Confidius against the moti-

on 6»

Extracts from Mr. Fielding's Enquiry into
the causes of the late increase ot robbers,
tec. «4

Two shocking instances of vagabonds 6;

Of the apprehension, prosecution, convic-

tion and execution ot felons 66

Remarks on a bull of pope Clement VI.

67—74

What the heathens, tec. thought of an

oath 68

An excellent passage from the abbe de

Guet 69

Character of r>. John of France 71

Character of pope Clement VI. 75

Pleasant story of a poet ibid. D

Of the height to which rockeri ascend 74

The polarity of the compass destroyed by

lightning 75

Tradesoant's gaidea at Lambeth 76

Character of a young lady 77

Rules for a man of wit and learning to

make himself a disagreeble companion

ibid.

Farther remarks on chanting ibid. G.

Answers to mathematical questions 78

Declaration of the empress queen to the

dyet of the empire, concerning the

election of a king of the Romans ibid.

Syllogisms proposed to the learned os both

universities 8a

Infernal rites at the death of an Indian

prince 80

Constitution and procedirgsof the society

for the Free British Fishery 8 r

Account of Mr. Bright, so remarkable for

his enormous bulk 81

Scheme for preventing felonies, in a letter

to Sir Richard Lloyd ibid.

Gin dhnking destructive of the human

species' 8 j

Posruv. The forsaken maid's complaint,

a new song, set to musick 84

A country dance 8;

Prologue and epilogue to Gil Bias ibid.

An invitation to dinner, from a discharg'd

surgeon to a lientenant of a man of war

86

To Miss 87

On the thirtieth of January ibid.

Britain's felicity S8

The opinion of the council at George's
concerning the comedy of Gil Bias,
with ihat of other members, not of the
committee ibid.

Epitaph on a gin-drinker, with other
verses against gin drinking ibid.

To Ardelia 89

A rebus ibid.

Solution of a rebu* in Dec. last ibid.

On ihe frequent repetition of devil and de-
vilish in Gil Bias ibid.

To Mr. k and his followers ibid.

The fun and clour), a fable ibid.

The MonthLy Cm RonologEr 90

South-Sea directors chosen ibid.

Earthquake at Fiume ibid.

Gamblers and gamesters apprehended ibid.

General courts and ballot at the South-Sea

house 9'j9»

Impoitant resolutions of the court of com-
mon council 9*-

Malefactors executed ibid.

Fate of the Westminster petition ibid.

Riot of sailors ibid.'

Resolution of a general court of the Bank


Alterations in the lift of parliament ibid.

Marriages and births ibid.

Deaths 'ibid.

Ecclesiastic*! Preferments • oj

Promotions civil and military ibid.

Persons deciar'd bankrupts ibid.

Prkcs of stocks and grain; wind, weather

9*

Monthly bill of mortality ibid.

F 0 K 1 1 c N A F T A 1 R s 9;

Catalogue of book* 9$

The surveying and arithmetical qui/Horn shall be in our next. Tbi Latin inscription it tm
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