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550 - PROMOTIONS Civil and Military. Nov. tham, in Essex, worth 2001, per ann. Whitehall, Nov. 18. The king has been A dispensation passed the seals to enable pleased to grant unto William Johnson, James Harwood, M. A. to hold the rec of New-York, in America, Erq; and his tories of Cliffe and Dartford, in Kent. heirs male, the dignity of a baronet of To enable Robert Medley, M. A. to hold Great-Britain. the rectories of Saxby, in Lincolníhire, The king has been pleased to order let. and of Leachington, in Yorkthire.
ters patent to be passed under the great
seal of Ireland, containing a grant of the PROMOTIONS Civil and Military.
dignicy of viscount of the said kingdom HE following general oficers are unto R bert baion Newport, chancellor
of the said kingdom, and to his heirs in Great-Britain. Captain general, the male, by the stile of viscount Jocelyn.Duke. General of horre, Sir John Ligo. Of the dignity of baron of the said kingnier. Lieutenant-generals, Henry Haw dom unto Peter Ludlow, of Ardiola, in ley, Efq; lord Tyrawley, John Camp the county of Neath, Esq; and his heirs bell, Esq; duke of Marlborough, Sir John male, by the nile of baron Ludlow of Mordaunt, Major. generals, James Siu. Ardfalla.--To grant unto Jolin Pownall, art, Elq; earl of Loudon, earl of Pan Esq; the office of clerk of the naval or mure, lord George Sackville, earl of An, navy-office, in the island of Jamaica, in cram. - William Robinson, Elg; licut, the room of Richard Shelley, Esq; deeo!. John Salt, Esq; mayor ;
Tur cealed.--Lieut, col. Jolin Campbell, apner, Esq; capt. Lawrence Reynolds, lieut. pointed one of his majesty's aids de camp, and John Grant, enlign, in licui. gen. Mr. John Grant,
a baron of Skelton's reg
john Hale, Elqi major ihe exchequer, in Scotland, 'in the room of major-general Lascelle's reg.
of Sir John Clarke, deceased. Wynne, gent, lieut. in lord Robert Ber
Whitehall, Nov, 22. The king has tie's rex - John Forster, gent, lieut. in been pleased to appoint the Riglit Hon. maj. gen. Fulliott's reg.---Matthias Mur. Sir George Lyttelton, Bart, to be one of ray, Ela; capt. in lieut. gen. Skelton's the commillioners of the Treasury, chanreg.-William Whitehead, Irę; secretary cellor and under treasurer of his maand register to the order of the Duch. jelly's Exchequer, in the room of the
Whitehall, Oct, 28. The king has ap Right Hon. Henry Le 'ge. - Lord visc. pointed, five captains, four captain-hieu Barrington fecretary at war, in the room tenants, 43 lieutenants, and 3% enigns, of the Right Hon. Henry Fox.-Sir Thoto fill up the vacancies in several regi mas Robinson keeper of the great wardments of foot.
robe, in the rooi of lord Barrington, Whitehall, Nov. 11. The king has been Thomas Dunbar, Esq; lieut. governor of pleased to appoint George Lane Parker Gibraltar, -- Licut. gen. Fowke col. of Erq; to be a capt, in the first reg. of foot the rep. of foot, late Braddock's.- John guards, and to take rank as lieut. col. of Fitzwilliam, Eig; col. of the reg. of foot, foot-Martin Sandys, Esq; capt, in the Late Fowke's. - O'Brian Dilkes, Esq; a second reg. of foot-guards, and to take major-sen. of his majesty's forces. - John rank as lieut, col. of foot.-Ruvigny de Campbell, Erq; aid de-camp to his maCorne, Esq; capt. lieut. in the said seg. jefty, and to take rank as color foot. and to take rank as lieut. col. of ioot. - Robert Duiloin, Efq; colonel of the regiCook Otway, Erq; cornet in Ligonier's ment of foot, late balket's. Daniel horse. - Julin Tullkin, E1q; fort major of Webb, Erq; col. of ihe leg of foot, the fores and blockhouses of West Tilbury larc Dunbar's.-Philip Sherard, Erq; capt. and Giavelend. - Thomas Sherwin, Eig; in the firf reg. of loo: guards, and to take fccretary to the forces in Nurtu-Pitain. rank as lect. Col. of foot; Nevil Taiton, Philip Baker, barrack-matter and surveyor Esq; cape. lieur, and to take rank as lieut. of the barracks in the Savoy.-Wilam col. of foot; Josephi Orway, Esq; and Brown, Erq; major and captain of a Henry Wickham, Tiq; licuts, and to take company of invalids.- John Barlin, Elq; rail as captains of loot; and Farcaptain lieut, of invalids.
naby, Gent and Cornwallis, Cent. St. James's, Nov, 14. This day the R:. enfinni in the raid rez.-- James Johnkon, Hin. Sir Thomas Robinson biaving reogno Gent, to be a lieut. in lieut. gen. Camped the rea's into the king's bancs, his beli's dragoons.-- William Rcbinson, Erq; majeity was pleased to appoint the Ri. liut, zen, to the reg. of foot, commandHoll. Henry Fox to be one of his maief ed by lieut, gen. Skelton; Jahr. Siit, Eld; ty's principal secretary's of state.- Ciai
Turer, Efq; caprio; dius Amyand, Eig; and Henry Digby, Groge Cock bume, Líq; caprain lieut. Eiq, are appoinit under.fecretaries to Lawience Reynolds, Gent. levt. and the Ri. Hon. Henry Fox, Digg
Juhn Grant, Gent, enlign in the lid r«g.
PLAYS and ENTERTAINMENT & a&cd at
borb THEATRE S.
o&t, 31. Man of Mode, Fortunatus. commanded by lieut. gen. Howard.-
Nov. 1. Much ado about Not. T. Tamb. Dalrymple, Esq; capt, in the reg.
Duke and wo Duke. of foot, commanded by col. Yorke.-
4. Tamerlane, Engliji
. man in Paris. James Hamilton and James Graham,
5. Rehea sal,
Lerbe. Erqrs. capts. William Walth and Hugh
6. Jane Shore,
8. Fair Quaker of Deal, Chinese Festival. Gents. ensigns to two independant com.
Anatomif. panies of invalids to be forthwith formed.
11. Romeo and Juliet,
Mick Dohor, -John Wallington, Elg; deputy of Crip
Chinese Fifival. plegate ward, elected treasurer of Bride. 13. Provok'd Wife,
Ditto. well and Bethlem hofpitals, in the room
Dino. of alderman Alloy, who refigned.-Ro
15. Much ado about Nothing, Dirto. bert Ord, Erg; chief baron of the ex
Lying Vulet. chequer in Scotland.
18. Earl of Elex, Chinese Feptival. 19. Merope,
Forturatus. Alterations in :be Lift of Parliament.
21. Stratagem, Miller of Mansfield. EADING, John Dodd, Erq; in the
Genii, room of William Stroude, Efq; de.
22. Relapse, cealed.
24. Suspicious Husband,
Devil to Pay.
Genii. Windsor, Right Hon. Henry Fox, Esq;
25. Mourning Bride,
Ditto. re-elected on promotion.
26. Fair Quaker of Deal,
Ciaplei. Brackley, Sir William Moreton, Knt.
28. Chances, Tragedy of Tragedies. in the room of Thomas Humberstone, deceased.
COVENT-GARDEN. Heydon, Charles Saunders, Esq; re Oct. 31. Inconfant, Harlequin Skeleton. elected on promotion.
Nov. 1. Zara,
Scapin. Ludgerhall, Henry Dizby, Erq; in the
Lying Valer. room of Sir John Bland, deceased.
Harlequin Skeleton. Seaford, James Peachey, Ela;
5. Romeo and Juliet,
Scapin. William Haye, E'q; deceased.
6. Henry IV. Harlequin Skeleton. Wareham, Edward Drax, Erq;
7. Double Dealer, Wbai d'ye call it. Henry Drax, Esq; deceased.
8. Way of the World, Devil 10 Pay.
10. London Cuckolds, Harlequin Skeleton. B-KR-TS.
1. Merry Wives of Wins. M.of Mansfield. Nov, 1. OHN ,' ,
Damon and Pbillida. ,
13. Recruiting Officer, Harlequin Skeleton. of Watlington, in Oxfordihire, visual.
14. Venice Preserv'd, Virgin Unmaß d.
Flora, ler.- Joseph Cox, of Bermondsey, callico.printer.
Contrivancesa 4. Samuel Welton, of Coventry, bra.
18. Bezgar's Opera,
Lying Valer. fier. — Daniel Cunningham, of Hatton
Cheats of Scopin. garden, jeweller.
20. Constant Couple, Virgin Uu:majka. 8. john Moon, of "Valton le Dale, in 25. She wou'd and she would not, De P. Lancaibire, dealer in corn. - William Da 22. All for Love, Damon and Pbillida. mont, of Eyc, in Sattolk, dealer. - Henry
Dirto. Sympfon, la'e oi Soon-hill, difuller. - 25. Love for Love,
Contrivances. Samuel Hareldine, of Birmingham, bui
27. Constant Couple, by his Maj. Com. 15. Janathan Cooper, of Whetstone, 25. Rerenge,
Harlequin Skeleton cow-jobber.
1 Tbe Foreign Affairs, and a compleat Cara. 18. Hans Rorge's, of St. James's, 1.9"e of Bucks for ike lift and present Muries, Il printer, war-rifoner, -- Iviiles Somali, will be infirice in our next.) of Wiitochopel, barter,
90 90 g
il 105 il. IIS
Males 662 1277
5 - 202
Go and 70
8o and 90
PRICES OF STOCKS for each Day in NOVEMBER, BILLS of MORTALITY, &c.
præm. 11. s. d.
Deal. London. Od, 21. to Nov, 25.
Christ. 11 120
91 i 92 1 90
W. N. W. clou, rain
N. W. rain
W. S. W.clou. min. Died under 2 Years old 699
ul. 8s 1
clou, rain Between 2 and
il. 8s 4 7 6 w. by N.
5 and 10 - 49
10 and 20 - S 91 92 91 913 91
88 il. 95 N. W. wind rain
20 and 30 9 Sunday
N. W. fair
go and 40 194
W. fog fro 17
40 and 50 20Z
N. N. W frost
50 and 60 ISZ 18 120 166
88 ; 91 Par. W. N. W fair
93 97 91 91 89
N. W. front
70 and 80
88 il. 8s
go and roo16 Sunday
N. W. misling fair
N, W, rain
Within the Walls 19 120
91 89 il. $$ S. W.
Without the Walls 485
88 91 91
in Mid. and Surry 9:0
W. S. W. rain
City & Sub, Wett. 355
91 91 89 ul. 78
S. W. rain 23 Sunday
S. W. cloudy
S. W.bys. jain
Weekly Oct, 28
il. 8s W. S. W. frust
92 190 91
il. 65 91 W. S. W.
Wheaten Peck Loaf 1s.gd.
16s, to 175, 60, Oats 125 to 13s 6d. r38 to 14 od 148 to 16 145 to 155 13s to 18 ood128 to 1460 is gd to 28 od 135. od. to 155. od. p.9. 135. 64. to 155. ood. Beans 175 to oos od. I 198 to 23 od 1198 to 23 208 to 21S 218 to 23 ood/ 245 to 26 3$ 2d to 35 40 | 185. 6d. to 198. 118s. cd. to 195. od. d.
Or, GENTLEMAN's Monthly Intelligencer.
For DECEMBER, 1755
To be Continued. (Price Six Pence each Monch.) Containine, (Greater Variey, and more on Quantity, rban any Monthly Book of ebe same Price. 1. Mernod to value precious Stones.
Mr. Smart's Epilogue, for the Middlesex II Cure for the Palpitation of the Heart, Hospital ; Verses to Miss L---, of B-; III. Proposal for a Militia.
on the Death of old Hendrick, and his IV. Etfay Writers, a Dream.
Son's Speech, by Mr. Rider ; the Horse, V. Complaint of an unhappy Father.
from Job ; on the Rev. Mr. M---
-n, Vin VI. Libon described.
car of W-R-, Eflex; Epitaph on Mr. VII. The JOURNAL of a Learned and Po. Hackett ; on Miss J--y C-ben, of
litical C L U B, &c. continued : Contain-. S-wick; Ode to Health ; Whitehead's ing the SPEECHES of L. Lentulus and Epistle ; on a Lady's tearing the Piature A. Bæculonius on the Motion to Address of Achilles' Shield ; a new Sorg set to his Majesty.
Mulck, and a new Country Dance, &c. VUI Cause of our Quarrel with France. XXIV. The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER : IX. Improvements of the French Trade. Acts paffed ; new Bridge resolved on; X. Revolutions in Perfia,
Affistance for Portugal; more EarthX1. Lord Harry Powlett's Defence.
quakes ; Phenomenon in Scotland; Grants XII. State of Newgate-Market.
in Ireland ; Advices from America ; ProXUI, Treaty with Rullia.
clamations for a general Faft, &c. &c. XIV. with Heffe-Caffel.
Sessions at the Old-Bailey, Storms, ShipXV. Improvements for the Roads,
wrecks, Inundations, Fires, Executions, XVI, Matrimonial Dream.
Captures, and Elections. XVII. Northern Corals described.
XXV. Promotions; Marriages and Births; XVIII. Account of the British America. Deaths ; Bankrupts. XIX. Virginia described.
XXVI. Alterations in the List of Parliament, XX. Account of the late Earthquakes. XXVII. FOREIGN AFFAIRS. XXI, King's Meilage.
XXVIII. A Catalogue of Books. XXII. Lords Address.
XXIX, Prices of Stocks for each Day. XXIII. Portry. Mr. Boyce's Prologue and XXX, Monthly Bill of Mortality. With a fine South-East PROSPECT OF LISBON, as it was before the late Earthquake;
a beautiful Representation of Northern CORALS, and a neac PLAN of NewOATSMARKET, curiously engraved on Copper.
MULTUM IN PARVO. LONDON: Printed for R. BALDWIN, at the Role in Pater-Nolter-kow; of whom may be had, compleat Sets from the Year 1733 to this Time, neatly Bound, or
Stitch'd, or any fingle Month to compleat Sets.
C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S... NEW prethods to determine the value
Proper reflections of the author
577 of precious
555 Treaty between Great-Britain and Rurfa How performed by the solar fpeculum ibid.
ibid. Cure for the palpitation of the heart 556 Stipulations therein Bohea tea, a pernicious exotick ibid. Treaty with Herre-Caffel
579 Proposal for a well disciplined militia 557 Supplies from that court
580 Neceflity of such a militia ibid. And further aid ftipulated
581 The essay writers, a dream 558 Improvements for the roads
582 Complaint of an unhappy father ibid. A maurimonial dream
583 Description of Lisbon
Description of northern corals 584 Some particulars of the late calamity Account of the American plantations chere ibid, continued
ibid. The JOURNAL of a Learned and Political Description of Virginia
585 CLUB, &c. continued 561-569 Account of the lace carthquakes 560, SPIICH of L. Lentulus, on addrelling
585, 586 his majesty 561-563 Letter from Mr. Caitres
587 Negotiation with France first to be tried King's message and lords address ibid.
561 POETRY: A new song set to mufick 588 A diviGon in the house would be fatal 562 A new country dance
589 No part of the speech to be found fault Verses to Miss L--, of B
ibid. On the death of old Hendrick ibid, Righis, an indefinite'terin 563 Speech of his son.
ibid. SPLICH of A. Bæculonius, in answer to The Horre, from Job
590 the above 563-569 Oo the Rev. Mr. Mon
ibid. An impropriety in the speech remarked 564 Epitaph on Mr. Hackett
ibid. And proved to be beneath the dignity of On Miss j-y Cbn, of Swick 591 our sovereign ibid. Ode to health
ibid. Noble exhortation of Caesar
ibid. Extra&t from Whitehead's epistle ibid. Spanish declarations not to be depended Prologue and epilogue for the Middlesex 565 Hospital
559 592 And depredations continued ibid, On a lady tcaring the picture of Achilles Only one thing to fear in a French war 566 Thield
592 In which we may greatly diftiess the ene The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER 593 my ibid, Acts passed
ibid. And ruin their plantations,
567 Petition for a new bridge resolved on ibid. A maritime war only to be relied on ibid, Affistance for Portugal
594 Dreadful picture of the loss of national More earthquakes
ibid. credit 568 Phenomenon in Scotland
ibid. And proper infcription under it ibid. Grants in Ireland
ibid. French conduct once the treaty of Aix Advices from America
569 Proclamations for a general faft, &c. &c. Cause of the present quarrel with France
593 ibid, Storms, thipwrecks, inundations 5930 'T:zde improved in that kingdom 570
594, 595 Account of the late revolutions in Perfia Fires, Sefiions at the Old-Bailey, execu. ibid. tion
ibid. Fate of Adil Shah
593 And of his brother Ibrahim ibid. Marriages and births
395 The succefTor's eyes put out ibid. Deaths
ibid. Character of prince Heraclius 572 Ecclefiaftical preferments
596 Crueities of the Alghans
ibid. Promotions civil and military ibid. Proceedings of the court martial on lord Alterations in the list of parliament 597 Harry Powlett continued.
ibid. His lord'hip's defence
Plays, &c. acted at both theatres ibid. City liberty afferted
FOREIGN AFFAIRS Mr. Talmann's fate of the care of the A catalogue of books
599 toll of Newgate-market
Prices of rocks and grain ; wind, weaAbftract of the act 22 Car. II. and of ther
600 the Laft lease of that market ibid, Monthly bill of mortality
ibid. Tbe request of Amicis will be considered of. Kuricola's cde evill be in ebe Appendix, and the elgs on a winter's day in Janjury ; in wbicb montb, or obe Appendix to this year, our proJaical, portical, and maidemusical correspondents, will find many of incir picces lately received: 'The piece on the marriage délcame to land.
About the Middle of January will be Publighed,
Beautiful FRONTISPIECE, a General Title curioully engraved, com-