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1755. PROMOTIONS. Alt. in the List of Parl. 93
PROMOTIONS Civil and Military. Alterations in obe Lift of Parliament. From tbe LONDON GAZETTE.
the room of William Lyttelton pro
on T. James's, Jan. 9. His majesty has moted.
Bishop's Cattle, Walter Waring, Esq; Hardy, Esq; to be governor of New
Barnaby Backwell dead. York, in the room of Sir Danvers Or.
Cambridge, Charles Sloane Cadogan, borne, Bart. deceased.
Esq;-----lord Montfort, His majesty has been pleased to appoint
Chichefter, Commodore Keppel, Henry Osborne, Esq; to be vice-admiral earl of Albemarle. of the red.
Elgin, &c. Andrew Mitchell, Esq; Thomas Griffin, Esq; and Sir Edward
William Grant promoted. Hawke, vice-admiral of the white,
Hamphire, Marquifs of Winchester, Charles Knowles, Esq; Hon. John duke of Bolton. Forbes, and Hon. Edward Boscawen, Litchfield, Henry Vernon, Esq;vice-admirals of the blue,
earl Gower. Charles Watson, and Temple West,
Ludlow, Edward Herbert, Esq; Esqrs, rear-admirals of the red.
Richard Herbert, deceased. George Pococke, Esq; and the Hon.
Wareham, Henry Drax, Esq; and capt. George Townshend, rear-admirals of the
Augustus Pitt. white.
Savage Mostyn, Esq; rear-admiral of [Tbe Bankrupts in our next. ) the blue.
Whitehall, Feb. 14. The king has been PLAYS and ENTERTAINMENTS afled at pleased to appoint Matthew lord Ducie,
borb THEATRES. to be lieutenant of the county and city of
DRURY-LANE. Gloucester, and the city of Bristol, and also curtos rotulorum of the county of Feb. J. Barbarossa. Gloucester ; constable of the castle of 3. The Fairies, a new English Opera. St. Brianells, in the forest of Dean, keeper 4. Barbarossa. of the deer and woods in the said forest, 5. Twelfth Night,
Proteus. and vice-admiral of the county of Glou. 6. The Fairies. çester.
7. Romeo and Juliet, Funeral Procession. Feb. 15. The king has been pleased to 8. Provoked Wite,
Proteus. grant unto Edward Winnington, of Stan 10. The Fairies, the compuser's night. ford-Court, in Worcester Mire, Esq; and 11. Barbarofa. to Charles Sheffield, of Normanby, in 13. The Fairies. Lincolnshire, Esq; and their heirs male, 15. Barbarossa, the dignity of a baronet of Great Bri 17. The Fairies. tain ; as also to Horatio Mann, Esq; re 18. As you like it,
Proteus, fident at Florence, and his heirs male, 20. The Fairies, the composer's night. and in derault of such issue, to his bro. 22. Measure for Measure, Proteus, ther Galfridus Mann, Efq; and his hcirs 24. The Fairies. male,
Lerbe. From the otber PAPERS.
27. Measure for Measure, Proteus. Right Hon. lord Anson, chosen a governor of the Charterhouse, in the room
COVENT-GARDEN. of the late earl Gower.- John Glanville,
Feb. 1. Miser, Orp eus and Eurydicc. Esq; knighted by his majesty.-Eardney 3. Recruiting Officer,
Dildo, Wilmot, Erq; appointed one of the judzes 4. Dipressed Mother,
Ditto. of the court of King's-bench, in the 5. Suspicious Husband,
Ditto. room of judge Wright, who resigned, and 6. Committee,
Ditto. also received the honour of knighthood. 7. Cato,
Dicio. Henry Hall, Esq; attorney-general of 8. Love for Love,
Dirto. Chester, in the room of John Williams, 10. She wou'd and she wou'd not, D ito. Efq; a Welch judge, in the room of Ri 11. Rehearsal,
Dicro. chard Carter, Esq; deceased.-Sir Eardley 13. Way of the World,
Ditto. Wilmot, Mr. Martin, Mr. Hewett, and 15. Love for love,
Ditto. Mr. Davy, called to the degree of fer 17. Provok'd Husband,
Dirro. jeants at law.--Sackville Fox, Esq; con 18. Henry V.
Ditto. fituted genealogist of the order of the 20. Mourning Bride,
Dirto. "Bath. - Mr. Johnson, author of the New
Diito. English Di&tionary, created M. A. by the ,34, Earl of Flex,
Dirto. aniversity of Oxford,
· FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 1755. CON ONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. 3. On the over all France, has at laft been taken in
22d of last month the mufti be his castle by 300 men of the king's own girt the new sultan Orman 111, with the regiment of loot, and carried to Poiêtiers [cymetar of the empire, which ceremony goal loaded with irons. The king is go. holds here the place of the coronation in ing to appoint a commission to try him. other countries. Upon this occalion 1500 This monster torned away his wife some purses were distributed to the janizarjes years ago, and became the terrour of Poi. by order of his sublime highness; and he Neither woman nor maid durft aphas begun his government by shutting op pear in his neighbourhood. Having one the taverns, and enjoining that precept day loft á caule in one of the king's courts, of the Alcoran which prohibits the drink. he caused the wher, and the man who ing of wine, to be lirictly observed on came to intimate the sentence to him, to pain of severe chastisement. He has as be burnt alive." Some days after having yet made no change in the adminstration drawn fix of his creditors into his calle, of affairs, having continued the prime where he had shut himself up with several v.zir, the mufti, and the aga of the jani. of his crew, he ordered some of his peozaries in their respective employments; ple to drag them into a pond tied to the and ministers are forthwith to be sent to tails of horses, and afterwards fastened the courts of Vienna, Russia, and Po. them to fakes, near a great fire, where land, to notify his accession to the throne, three expired, and the other three died a
The S:ates of Holland and Wen-Frize. few days after. Thirty of the Marshalland have published a placart against the sea guards, who were sent to apprehend marriages of Protestants with Papists ; him, having belet his castle, he barricada the preamble of which is as follows : ed the doors, and fired on them from the
"s' Whereas we have nothing more at garret windows, killing the commanding heart than the conservation and increase officer and five others. After which he of the true reformed religion, and being made his escape, and left the kingdom ; willing, as far as lies in our power, to but absurdly imagining that his crimes provide against its receiving any damage ; were forgot, he lately returned. yet with grief we are informed, that it is Paris, Jan, 20. We hear that M. Maclooked upon as a matter quite indifferent namara, Lieut. Gen. of the king's naval for persons born in the Reformed religion forces, has been rent for to court, and is to marry with those who profess the Ro appointed to command the squadron actumin religion ; which gives room to ap ally equipping at Breft and Rochefort prehend, that in process of time, people that he is to hoist his flag on board of the weil grow
ore indifferent about re Formidable, of so guns, and is to have ligion : Th. reover, such matches oc three chefs d'escadre under him, viz, cafion not only abundance of quarrels and Count Dubois de la Motte, M. Perrier de disputes between the contradling parties, Salvert, and M. de Montlonet. This as also between their children and their squadron, 'tis pretended, will confiit of families ; but are likewise attended with fix thips of the line, five frigates, and ten this and other bad confequences, that transports of five, eight, and ten guns. fome bring up in the Romih religion the The number of troops to be embarked is children born of such marriages ; besides set at 3000 ; but nothing can be pofitivewhich it often happens, that, through !y asserted as to numbers of men and the follicitations of their Roman Catho
thips. fick parents or relations, the husbands or The last letters from Genoa mention the wives forsake, to the great scandal of their having received intimation that the every one, the true Reformed religion, in Aulic council of the empire had resolved order to embrace that of Rome."
to notify again to them, that if they did Paris, Jan. 13. The gth of this month not quickly do justice to St. Remo and being the day on which the parliament Campo Freddo, on the subject of their had appointed to deliberate upon the grievances, his Imperial majesty would king's answer in relation to the bitnop of take meatures, for which the Republick Troyes, after his majesty's counsel had might blame herself, if the did not like given an account of the refusal of the sa them ; and that in answer to this menace craments in that diocese, the first pref their minister at Vienna had been ordered dent declared, that the king bad no intent to declare, that the Republic would en. • tion to hinder the parliament from prore deavour to maintain the rights which the culing tije ecclesiasticks of the second or derives from her independency and love. der, but that his majesty had reserved to reignty, without departing from the rehimfeif what concerned the bithops. gard the had for the head of the empire,
Paris, Jan, 17. The marquis de Plu and the decisions of his council. martin, whose cxecrable crimes are known
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103 TO'L 1751
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Femal. 465 $ 958
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City & Sub, Weft. 364
N, E. 21 130
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Tarts 235. to 245. per 2
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