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cient houses, and the dignity of the printhe death of his serene highness the cipal and most ancient electors, and so en." prince of Orange, our stadtholder, her deavour to get a king of the Romans elect. royal highness the princess dowager has ed almost without, or, as one may say, taken the oaths, and been acknowledged by against their consent and approbation. To most of the provinces as governante or re- sacrifice one's rights, to see one's dignity gent of the republick, and guardian to her debased, to suffer the Germanick body to be con, our hereditary sadtholder, who on oppressed, would be cowardice, and not the 25th was unanimously elected president complaisance. Therefore, all that the king of the college of nobles, and a deputation can do on this occasion, as well for the sako immediately sent to the princess his mother of peace as to give her majesty the enipress to acquaint her therewith. (See p. 473,
a sincere mark of his friendship, is to open 474.)
to her the ways of reconciliation, and Paris, October 8, N. S. There has been point out the means whereby all the parties handed about here, a note or memorial de. concerned may be re-united for this eleclivered lately to the imperial minister at the tion. If her majesty the empress thinks Pruffian court, of which the following is she has gone too far in this affair to drop an extract. “The empress seemed to stand it, and is not against its fucceeding by leout a long while against fulfilling the en. gal methods, the king makes her the fol. gagement entered into by the treaty of lowing propositions :" Dresden, for procuring his Prussian majesty These propofitions are, That her impe. the empire's guaranty of Silesia, and call- rial majesty should satisfy the elector Palaed upon the king to settle definitively the tine's demands, or abide by the manner in affair of the debts, which makes another which his Prussian majesty and the king of article of that peace. The king agreed to France should settle them: That her impethis, upon condition that the said guaranty rial majesty and her allies should guaranty of the empire Tould be given him, and the tranquillity of the North, and that his that, pursuant to the same treaty of peace, Pruffian majesty and his allies should be. trade should be put on the footing it food come guaranties, that Sweden shall never in the year 1739, until a new treaty of establish despotism : “ After these prelimi.' commerce could be agreed upon. Since naries, says he, one may agree about the that time, the empress offered to get the tatelage of the young king of the Romans, commifforial decree for the empire's gua- in case the emperor should die before he ranty laid before the dyet ; but the article comes to age, (which God forbid) and on of the debts is yet obstructed and delayed the capitulation of that prince, in order to by that relating to commerce.”
secure the freedom of future elections, and And a little further his majesty goes on maintain the rights, privileges, and prero. thus : “Not long fince some overtures were gatives of all the members of the Germamade to his majesty, about electingthe arch- pick body." duke Joseph to the dignity of king of the Ro. And his majefty concludes thus : “That mans, but those overtures were inade after if the last acswer concerning the election concerting the affair with most of the other of the archduke Jofeph, is not such as the electors, and afrer the youngest member court of Vienna could have desired, it must of the electoral college had used illicit be attributed to the measures she has pur. means, prohibited by the golden bull, and sued, and to the patriotal sentiments of the contrary to the oath it requires, in order king, who thinks it the duty of one of the to secure great part of the suffrages to the frít electors to maintain the dignity, the candidate he proposed ; means which too liberty, the laws of the empire, and the much debase the majesty of the Germanick majesty of the Germanick body.” body, and fap the very foundations of the From Stockholm we hear, that on the rith molt sacred conftitutions of the empire. ult. Mr. Wickman was publickly behead. The king was grieved at the illegality of ed there, for holding treasonable correspon. those proceedings, and the answer he made dences with a foreign power whift he was to the court of Vienna was such as the in Finland. That on the 27th the openought to expect from a good patriot, who ing of the general diet of the states of the has no other interest at heart than that of kingdom of Sweden was prcclaimed there the country.
with the usual solemnity ; that count GylMatters rested there ; and it is certain lenbourg has been elec id marthal of tha that if any one has cause to complain, 'tis diet, te the great satisfaâion of all sides ; rather the king than the empress, fince it that they have granted 200,000 crowns is a thing unheard of before, to negle&t col- yearly to the king, 100,000 to the queen, lecting the opinions of the chief princes of and 25,000 to the prince royal ; and that the empire, in an important affair, and they have hitherto been very unanimous in proceed by prohibited ways, without hav. all their procesdings. ing any regard to the right of the mot an
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the Country upon the Alteration of the XIX, Portay: The Society's pickled HerStyle.
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the King's Birth-day ; Rebus's ; a new .VII. The Immortality of the Soul defended, Song set to Mulick, &c. &c. against a late Pamphlet.
XX, The MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER : VIII. Remarkable Conclusion of Count Ter. Parliament meets ; Malefactors executed, fin's Speech to the Dyer of Sweden.
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C Ο Ν Τ Ε Ν Τ S.
MHE life and character of Dr. Jonathan
extracted from the earl of Orrery's letters
483 Remarkable conclufion of count Teffin's
speech to the dyet of Sweden 486 Necessity of a prudent distrust in our converfe with mankind
487 Description of Blenheim-house 488 The JOURNAL of a Learned and Political
CLUB, &c. continued 489-499 SPEICH of Pomponius Atticus against the
proposed amendment to the address 489 SPLECH of Horatius Cocles in favour of the amendment
493 SPEECH of Decius Magius on the same fide
497 Remarks on proposals lately made for re
pealing moit of the laws relating to the poor, and for erecting county workhouses
499 Defects in the execution of the poor-laws
501 History of the stadtholdership in Holland, and of the late stadtholder
503 Verses on the death of his serene highness the prince of Orange the late stadtholder
905 Extract of a letter from a gentleman in ihe
country to to his friend in town, re. lating the opinions of some wiseacres
upon the alteration of the style 505 The immortality of the soul defended against a late pamphlet
507 Of self or voluntary motion
ibid. That the soul is immaterial
508 And consequently immortal
509 That it is accountable for its conduct 509,
510 An examination of the strength of several
of the principal purging waters, especi.
ally that of Jessop's well Dr. Adee's opinion of these waters 511 Solutions of a question in surveying
512 Depositions of witnesses relating to Miss
Blandy, and concerning the death of her
father Depofitions and opinion of the surgeon and phyficians, upon opening his body
5'3 Copy of the coroner's inquest 514
Substance of his majesty's speech at the opening of the fellion of parliament
ibid. B The lords address, with his majesty's an(wer
515 The commons address, with the king's
answer Reflections on the tobacco act POETRY. A new song, rung at Marybone gardens, set to mufick
517 To Miss Nanny Th, of Hull ibid. A country dance The virgin, a poem, most humbly infcrib.
ed to Miss Anna Maria W-de ibid. The parting
ibid. To a lover, who idolized his mistress 519 An ode, performed in Dublin calle, on his
majesty's birth day, by the special com. mand of his grace the lord lieutenant
ibid. A bon repos, or the way to Neep well 520 To Celia
ibid. The society's pickled herrings for ever, a
new ballad, as sung at Stationers hall on lord mayor's day
521 Two rebus's
ibid, To Britannicus, on his thoughts on man's free agency, &c.
ibid. The MONTHLY CHRONOLOG ER
523 A new eruption of mount Vesuvius ibid, Dreadful hurricane in the West Indies ibid Matthews committed and examined, in relation to the murder of Mr. Jeffryes
ibid. Malefactors executed.
523 Meeting of the parliament
ibid. Oficers and council of the society of Ane tiquaries
ibid. Terrible hurricane at Jamaica ibid. Explanation of the Stationers almanack
ibid. Marriages and births
ibid. Ecclefiaftical preferments
525 Promotions civil and military ibid. Persons declared bankrupts
ibid. Prices of stocks and grain ; wind, weather
526 Monthly bill of mortality
ibid. FOREIGN AFFAIRS
527 Catalogue of books
We tbank our correspondene for preventing our defire et ibe end of bis 014, p. 503, by fenda ing w in time be renainder of be discourse on ccuniy work-bcufis, wbicbjhall certainly be in our next; wben we shall also infere obe ode on virtue's being superior to all external cbarms. W. bave received ebe verses on reading Barclay's apology, and several orber pieces, so wbicb a due regard foall be paide