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the 31st uit. N. S. we are informed, gatives which he enjoys as governor of the that the proceedings on account of the late
East India company. conspiracy were terminated by a sentence There is a surmise in Hollar.d, as if the of outlawry, which the great council had Dutcb colony in the island of Batavia in passed against five of the accomplices who the East Indies had revolted, and set up a had escaped, two of whom they have government of their own, independent fince executed in effigy ; but not content of that their mother country. with this thew of an execution, they have Paris, Sept. 1. N. S. The zoth of last promised a reward of 1000 crowns .ro month we received letters from dvignon, whomsoever shall produce them living, and advising, that the young pretender had goo if dead, with an entire exemption suddenly made his appearance there again, from punishment, in care they kill them whild they thought him to be yet on the by any method or means whatloever ; frontiers of Poland. But if we may credit and it is said, that the regency will foon what is added in the said letters, he will publish an authentick account of this whole make no long stay at Avignon.-6. His affair. In the mean time several letters majesty has this day publimed an arret; from abroad give a different turn to this whereby all private persons are strictly affair, and one in particular, which seems charged not to establish any new religious to come from a friend of the conspirators, foundations ; nor even to leave any lega. has this remarkable conclusion, viz. · Very cies or donations in favour of any of our confiderable fums are from time to time convents, and moreover, that no religious drawn from the publick treasury, in order society or community whatsoever, thall to augment the income of the bailliages ; have the privilege of making any new that is to say, to encrease the appointments acquisitions.
All notaries likewise, are of the lucrative posts, which those families thereby prohibited, on fevere penalties, to (meaning those that have the government receive any free gifts or legacies in favour in their hands) look upon as part of their of any such societies. patrimony. Provided that an employment
From Madrid we have an account, pubbe not altogsther abje&, large appoint- lished by authority, of a revolt in the ments are annexed to it, and it is reserved Carraccas in America, headed by Don Jobre for one of the 200. The management Francis de Leon, a powerful and rich man of the money which particular persons of in that country : That they have drove the canton have in England, was hereto- the company's factors out of the country, fore an advantage to a merchandizing and obliged the Spanish governor to retire burgher; but for ten years past this has into the castle of Guiaro ; and that they been erected into a bailliage, in order to declare for a freedom of commerce. deprive the burghers of it. So that upon By the way of Lisbon we have an acthe whole, according to a moderate com- count from Algiers, that commodore Keppucation, the body callid the 200, have pel arrived there the gth ult. with seven a&tually bestowed upon themselves an in- English men of war: That the next day he come of the yearly value of a million of presented a letter from his Britannick malivers bernois, which divided in a juít pro- jesty to the dey, and strongly prefTed refti. portion would make every body easy. The tution of the effects taken on board the employments which by their meanness are Prince Frederick packet boat; but after not sought after by the people in power, staying ten days there, he re:urn'd again to amount to no more than 30,000 livres Portmobor without seceiving any proper saper annum,
The advantages of commerce tisfaction. (See p. 394.). and manufactures the per are deprived And by the way of Gibraltar we have an of by the uncommon policy of the regency, account from Tetuan, that Mr. Latron, the and they cannot now, as heretofore, make Britis ambassador to the emperor of Motheir fortune by arms, for they are for- socce, is decained prisoner, on account of bidden by a law of a new date to engage some deficiency in the payments, for the in any foreign service, and there is no body release of the English captives by the late promoted in their own but the princes of Mr. Zolicofre, who died a prisoner there on the blood, that is to say, the fons, grand- the same account. sons, and nephews, of the 200, (juit as From Naples we hear that four grenadier's it was in Holland before the happy revolu- of the regiment royal Italian having laft tion there.')
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