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336 mules, and entirely defeated a detachment fured him he should have all the reparation of 200 French who escorted them.
it was possible to procure. A few hours The Count de Vaux having advanced with after the vifis sent the imperial minifter a the greatest part of his army by Roftino, rich present of jewels for his lady, and a there poffeffed himself of some heights, bag, which was found to contain the beads from whence he played his artillery. On of the three principal rioters. this, General Paoli making a feint of retir- The Capig's, a pretty formidable people ing, the French came down with great in Afia, taking advantage of the present impetuofity, which brought on a most fu- fituation of affairs, have just pretended to rious engagement, the illue of which was recollect, that hefore the erection of the not at all favourable to the French. Ge. corps of Janissaries, they formed the body. neral Paoli had even cut off their commu- guard of the grand seignor, in which coa. nication with Bastia and San Fiorenzo, lity they now reclaim the standard of Ma. and they were in danger of being forced to homet; and to give the more weight to furrender. It is added, that in this disa- their demand, they have presented thes. greeable situation, the Count de Vaux felves before the city of Techat, and laid had dispatched a felucca to Bastia to de- fege to it. The sultan, to appease then, mand fuccour.
has already offered them several puries ; The French, who were posted at Ajaccio, but they infilt on the satisfaction which baving marched out from thence, advanced they lay claim to, so that nothing bet as far as Mezzana. But their enterprize, force is likely to subdue them. A Pacha, according to the accounts, has turned out who was marching at the head of 40,000 very unsuccessfully, they having been men towards Moldavia, is recalled to fifte beaten and obliged to re-enter Ajaccio. this rebellion.-A circumstance favourable
Those at Calbi, who, pursuant to the to the Ruffians, plan of operations, had set themselves in motion on the same day, had met with the like fate. It is, however, but too true ANSWERS to, and SENTIMENTS of, Core that the French have at lalt succeeded in their attempts against that isand. Dis. WE are obliged to be anonymous artbur patches were received on the joth of June wbo continues ibe fory of Infelica, at Lord Rochford's office, bringing an ac- bougb we cannel, out of justice to ibe writer count, That on the 21st of May, the French ibe forf part, give bis favour a place. The for marched a large body of men againft Corte, in writer may perbaps bonour us soub a jeças, which the Corsicans had but a nender garri- and ibor sequil may possibly bave a very dif fon; who on the appearance of the French rent catastropbe. made but a light defence, and then abandon- The letter to be Benevolent Society from ed the capital, and retired to the mountains. Oxford fall be properly attended to in cur next. From tbe Banks of Ebe Danube, April 25. Tbe letter to a Clergymar about obe gift ef
We have received advice from Conftan- shilling to an old frıend, is improper for patiese tinople, that the Turks, upon the occa. fion of removing the standard of Maho- Tbe extrafts from Dr. S-'s fermens are sa met, made a grand proceffion through the confiderable enougb for a place. city: all Chriftians upon this occasion were A. E. C. Says a general reformation is create forbid to appear in the streets, or at their ed in tbe Canonis, Articles, Liturgs, He:, windows ; but the wife and daughter of and Discipline of tbe Churcb, end blase ibe the imperial minister, being excited by cu- dignified clergy for sbeir inattention to these ist riofity, placed themselves at a secret win- portant obje&ts. dow to observe the procesiion, which was 7. As letters are too long in remeselou, end no sooner discovered by the Turks, than vpon fubje&s too abftrufe to be generally agrecae they attacked the ambassador's house, and ble to our readers. endeavoured to force an entrance; but the Clericus's well-meant letter of c referatis servants of the minister opposing them, in obe cburcb would be readily, inseried, if I well armed, a dreadful fray ensued, in was likely to produce any salurary effets! which no less than 100 persons loft their as we ibink tbis utterly improbable
, pe care lives, and the ambassador's lady was very obliged to omit is, to make room for matters that severely treated. Some of the rioters may be more entertaining, if so mere usefal 10 dragged her down into the court-yard, and our readers. made preparations to ftrangle her, when a H. C. odvifes ebe cutbars of ebe ebree lettert party of Janissaries, who were dispatched on tbe Afcenfion, in ibe lafi Magazine, ta con, to her assistance by an Aga in the neigh- i Joln ii. 2. and net to trouble the f**** bourhood, happily came and preserved her. with letters of tbeir conceiving-end prefem Upon complaint being made of this out. ing-on a subject wbicb obey seem is kuwe* sage by her husband to the grand visit, tbing of that minifter expressed great sorrow for Several other correspondents are recortada the insult that had been offered, and af. wbase faveurs are under confideration,
For JUL Y, 1769.
363 Actor, and one of the Patentees of Reflections on Modern Hiftorians, and Covent Garden Theatre
the Uncertainty of History; by M. The merciless Mother in-Law; or, Voltaire
372 The History of Muftapha and Rox An Impartial Review of New Pub, 375 alana
345 Extract from Prilosophical Traniacs The History of Anabaptism, including
tions, Vol. LVIII.
ibid. an Account of the extraordinary POETICAL ESSAYS
379 Commotions excited by the Ana- Mr. Wilkes's Letter to Mr. Jone baptils at Monster, in Germany 348 Churchill
383 Considerations on the Elasticity and Mr. Onslow's Justification of him'eif
Gravity of the Air, concluded 352 from a Charge of receiving a Bribe On the Ascendon Body of Christ 353
383 An Experiment for preventing the
A Reply to Mr. Onslow
384 Walte of Honey, and preserving the Petition of the Livery of London 386 Lives of Bees during the Winter 356 Letters between the Lord Mayor and A philofopical Conversation, &c.
Lord Hin Reference to the Method of raising Turkies to Advan. faid Petition
Mr. Ald. Beckford's Letrer 387 A Batchelor's fruitless Pursuit of a Lord H-i's Defence of himself ibid.
389 Proposals for preventing a Want of Junius to Dr. Blackstone
390 Fresh Water, and a Scarcity of Pro- THE MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER 393 visions at Sea ; by Dr. Lind 361 Marriages and Births; Deaths
395 Proceedings of the Benevolent Society Foreign Affairs
399 366 Promotions Civil and Military 400 Abftract of the Charges of his Majes- Monthly Bill of Mortality
ibid. ty's Civil Government for 1765 371 Stocks, Grain, Wind, and Weather 333 With the City Carriers, a fiumourous political Print; and a View of Walton
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