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A GUE, June 20, N. S. His ferene and repeated prohibitions made for that H

purpose; he therefore befought his Catho. turned from his progress through he pro- lick majesty would be pleased to order, vince of Zealand, having made his publick that no more fhould for the future be ad. entry into Flushing on the sth, where he mitted, and that those who are already come was installed in quality of marquiss of that may be sent back." The fathers of the order place, and he affitted on the 7th at ihe ar- for redemption of captives are returned sembly of the states of the province held at from Algiers without any effect, not have Middleburgh. The people of this province ing been able to redeem so much as one are in great agitation, on account of an or. Spaniard now a Nave in that country ; bedinance of the states, which requires the cause the court of Spain thought it inconwine merchants to take an oath, that they fiftent with their dignity, and therefore rewill no way endeavour to avoid paying the fused to enter into any treaty with that redories larely imposed upon wines; which gency for the exchange or redemption of oath moft of them refuse to take, from some Rays or Algerine officers now captives whence it would seem that the Dutch have in Spain; ar.d The Dey signified to these Aill some sense of religion lett among them. fathers at their departure, that if the said

The fly boats and other vessels, which Rays were not released within fix months, are to be employed his year in the herring- the Spanish officers, captives at Algiers, fishery, amount to the number of 450.

Thould be treated with great rigour.--819, Paris, June 2, N. S. This day was pub. The Lima Gazette, dated July 2d, 1750, lished here his majesty's ediet frir raising so mentions the execution of several persona millions of livres by granting annuities up- for a conspiracy against the government, on the town-house and the post office. which it fpeaks of as entirely fuppreffed ; The parliament made strong remonftrances but private letters from the same place, against it, but at last agreed to irs being re- mention several other insurrections fince giftred, mentioning however, 'hat it was by that time. the most expreís command of the king ; Lisbon, May 10, N. S. Saturday last a and at the same time, they requested his proclamation was published here for premajesty, that he would graciously grant to venting luxury, in which however the use his futjects a stared term for i he suppression of gilt coaches and chariots is allowed, of the 20th penny, or one thilling in the provided they are made in this kingdom. pound land-tax.-ilth. The subscription Genoa, June 9, N, S, Our councils are for the new annuities fills as successfully as in the vimost hurry and perplexity about could be hoped for. The India company the affairs of Corfica, the French court hav. has bought up 4000 muskets, which are to ing threatned to withdraw their troops be sent to their settlements in the East. In. from thence, on account of the ill treat. dies. A lift of men of war and frigates, ment they have lately met with from our in a condition for immediate service, is people in that island. handed about here, whereby it appears, that Turin, May 26, N. S. Last Monday, about the number amounts to 96, exclusive of seven in the morning, her royal highness the those built at Canada, and those now upon duchess of Savoy was safely delivered of a the stocks in the several ports of this kinge prince, and both continue perfectly well. dom.---261h. It is said, that the court has At ten the same morning the prince was received letters from M. Bompart, gover- chrittned by the names of Charles-Emanuel, nor of Martinico, importing, that pursuant &c.-- June 3, The Sieurs Monier Moris to the orders sent him, he had caused to be and Co. are become bankrupt here for five raze 1, in the iflands Tobago, St. Lucia, millions of livres. This is thought has and Dominico, all the forts, intrenchments, caused the bankruptcy of the Sicur Lome batteries, and other works of defence; that bardi at Rome for 100.cco crowns, and of he had likewise withdrawn from those Melis Bock and Rabi, bankers there, for illands the few troops that were therein, a conliderable sum each; as also of the Sieur as also the families that hid fettled there of le Brun at Turin for 100,00 livres, the late ; and that none were left but old fta- Sieur Soutre and Co. at Genoa for 900,000, girs of different nations, who wanted to and a banker at Lyons for 800,000. Stay to get in this year's crop.

Frankfort, June 2, N. S. Several French Madrid, May 26, N. S. Mr. Keene has pr«ceftants are a rived at Hanau, who not presented to the ministry a memorial, of being permitted the exercise of their reli. which he following is the substance, " That gion in that kingdom, are retiring into his excellency having teen informed, that those parts of Europe where liberty of confeveral Englishinen, subjects of the king his fcience is allowed. They say, the edits master, have taken the liberty of quitting against the protestants are executed all the kingdom to lettie in Spain, in oides 10 over France with great rigour, but parti. work in the manufacture of cloih, fluits, cularly fo in Languedoc. kc. against the express tenor of the laws,





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