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Our foreign Gazettes have not yet given general of the united provinces resol. any certain account of the young pretender, ved to negotiate the sum of 7,500,000 but the most probable is that we had about Florins by way of lottery, on account of a month tince from Bologna, of his being inthe generality : This lottery is to consist

cog. at a country house between that city of 7500 tickets, of 1009 Florins each, one and Ferrara. However, letters by the half to be paid in ready money, and the laft mail from Rome say, that he still conother in government bills for things sur- tinues incognito at Vinice, and that the nithed, or services performed for the state, pope had sent for the cardinal his brother, fince 1741 inclusive : The highest prize to and desired him to use his interest with be 100,000 Florins, and the lowest 1000 : his father, to manage matiers so as to get The poffeffors to have ibree and a balf per him to return to Rome. cent. interest, to commence the ift of

From Malna we have an account of that January next, and the principal to be paid Pand's having been in the most imminent in 34 years : And to encourage people to danger of being delivered up to the Turks, become adventurers, the whole amount by a conspiracy among the Naves, set on of the prizes is to be 8,000,000 of Florins ; foot and contrived by the Bajhaw of Rbodes, fo that the state must pay 500,000 Floriris who has been for fome time a prisoner more than it receives; which thews, that there, but allowed to go at large upon the the people of Holland are not such fools as

solicitations of France. The conspirators they are in other countries, where the had laid their plot to massacre the grand adventurers often pay a premium for leave master, and the knights, upon the settival to risk their money in a lottery.

of St. Peter and St. Paul, on which day As the riotous spirit ftill continues among the inhabitants of Malta resort in great the people in the united provinces, a dan- numbers to pay their devotions at Veletta, a gerous insurrection happened the first of place upon the island celehrated on account this month at Holzver! and Ternaard in of St. Paul's being shipwreck'd there, as Friesland, where a great number of the

he was going to Rome ; so that the city common people assembled in such arms as seems yearly on that day as if it were dethey could provide, with a design to set serted. The conspirators had, it seems, a aside the assessment lately established *.

correspondence with the Ottoman port, and This insarrection was, it seems, designed expected that several Tuo kijo armed vessels to be general all over the province, but it and a squadron of Barbary corsairs, would broke out at Holwert three days before the hy that day be hovering upon the coasts of appointed time, which gave the magistrales that isand to affist them in their design; an opportunity to prevent is coming to a but the whole was discovered by a Græcian head in any other place; and at Holvert it

merchant, who gave private intelligence of was easily quelled by sending thither a de.

it to the grand master and by that means tachment from the garison Leewarden.

all the conspirators were seized at once. From Paris we hear, that his excellency And from Berne, in Svisserland, we the earl of Albemarle, the Britishambatlador, have an account of a dangerous conspiracy's arrived there the 25th inst. N. S. and from

having been lately discovered there, the dethe same place we have an account, that sign of which was to have overturned there is a prodigious scarcity of corn in all

the present government, and, it is said, the southern provinces of France, where it

to have murdered all the members of the has not for some time been under ter livres

present regency : It was to have been exa buhel, and that at Lyons it now sells for ecuted in this manner : In the night be22; but his most christian majesty has or. tween the «th and 6th inft. N. S. one dered his intentants to endeavour to furnish

lieutenant Fouetter was to find access to them with such a quantity of all sorts, as the secretary who kept the keys of the city may supply their present neceflities.

gates, whom he was to murder, and by From Spain we are advised, that his

that means poffefs himself of the keys : catholick majesty has obtained from the

After which he was to run directly and pope a bull, impowering him to raise ibrce

open one of the city gates, to let in a numper cent, out of all church revenues in Peru

ber of armed peasants, who were to be realy and Mexico annually, which it's thought for that purpose, and being joined with ther will add greatly to the publick revenue of

associates in the city, they were to seize that monarchy : That his majesty has sent

upon and confine or murder all the present the (trictest orders to all the governors in magistrates, and every one that offered America, to put an end to the illicit trade

any refiitance : Then their chief leader, one carried on there by foreigners; and that

capt. Herzi, was to have been proclaimed the rich feet under admiral Regio from the

di&tator, consul, and deliverer of the reHarama was arrived at Coranna,

with a

publick of Bernt, as appears by a manifesto vant quantity of treasure on board, beldes

They had prepared to publish, which has other valuable effects.

D.• See our Magazine for July laj), p. 335, and ibor for January laft, p. 47.

been lince seized.

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