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some c All the men of war, now ftung, out Spanila Ibips had approached the ide of are ordered to be well plezned, fumi. Mogador, against the fortifications of sated with tas, and wathed with vinewhich they are forme cannen hot ; and gar and we are informed that, inor: that the King of Morocco would (peer der to preserve the health of the camer dily repair to that idand.

in the royal navy/three pints of videThe Marquis de Tilly set fail the 4th gar will be every week lerved out to infant with a squadron, consisting of every mess, from the purles's fores, the Atalantis aud Terrible of 70,guns, which all writers of naval diseales aftwo xebecks of 32 guns, and so firm to be an excellent antidote for the others of 24 guns each. This command curvy bolsilo, vesiquot log ant has steered to the south, and as he The foot guards and bors grenadiers has taken along with him the matter of are learning

a new exercise a French Tarlan, in quality of Pilot When the last tips loft Jamaica the for the Barbary coast, it seems, as we governor's secretary, froin accounts conjectures, that this (quadron is going given in by,

{exeral Mipmasters, was to attempt to destroy the fortifications making our estimates of the loss sustain. of the port and island of Mogador. ed by the English subjects at Honduras

Yesterday all the foreign ambassadors and Turk's island i the former was comwaited on his Royal Highness the Duke 'puted at near twenty thousand pounds, of York, at his house in Pall-mall, to and the latter ning the sale being 10 compliment him on his safe arrival in mixed with sand, that it was imposible England.

to separate it, which will be a great dirIt is now said, a royal yacht will fail advantage to the Northern fisheries this in a few days for Holland, to bring season..

bnb zavo over bis Secene Highness the Duke of In case the cyder act is repealed next Mecklenburgh Strelitz to England. feflions, we are, informed, a {chenie is

Several alterations and promotions in on foot to supply double che annual inthe army, it is confidently said, will come levied by that unconftitutional tax, take place before the meeting of the pare and which, at the same time, will not liament.

be in the lealt grating to the cars of the The Lords Comunisioners of the Ad. public, as the afteffment will fall mostly miralty have ordered twenty five addi on the luxuries at the rich, ional men to every one of the guard. We are credibly informed, that one

of the principal favourite schemes of the We hear that soine more men of war My, is to bring in a bill next fefwill be ordered on the American station. fions for the better securing the conti

By the number of lips now fitting Rution, by preventing the officers of such put and the increase of busipels, at the land forces, as Thall at

tüne be al. Viągálling office and King's yards, it lowed seats in the houtes, from being is, apparent our court is not much dif deprived of their commillions, otherposed to give any great credit to the wise than by judgment of a Court-Marproteftations of France and Spain, of tial, to be held for such purpose, or by their ignorance of some late injurious an address of either house of pārliament. transactions in the West Indies, as it is TUEADA Y, Sept. 11. Letters froin now confidently reported, that three ypper. Stelia bring advice, chat on the




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vals for the county of Essex, amount that ever was know, attend- eď to neat ten thousand pounds, ed with thunder and lightning, the lat:

Sir Richard Mill will be chose Knighe ter of which penetrated ined so places of the Shire for the county of Hants, in tħe circuit of about 27 English milés. in the room of the Right Hon. Henry Several buildings were fet on fire, and Bifon Legge, Esqe deceased, without

2 { 1 TT1 in the castle of Jagerrdotffit occalioned opposition. a'very'eteat' She? A great number of Lałt week the Italie bof Sir Jófin Bare people were killed and wounded, and nard, Knt. On the Royal Exchange, other very confiderable damages done. was re-placed and cleaned, and the fola

The toñowing was the rout of his lowing words were painteil in gold leta Royal Highhers' the Duke of York, on ters, in the circle round bis head, tize his return to England, from his land, HUMANI GENERIS Dečus! (19?? ing at Nice, Sunday Aug. 19, to his The recefs of the Court of Aldermen arrival a Caldis on Friday Aug. 31.- being now expired, it is hoped that for Nice, Antibes, "Aix, Avignon, Vä- the poors benefit in particular, an enlencé, Vienne, Lyonš! Villefranche, quiry will shortly be made into the Macon, Tournies, Chalon, Dijon, foundation of the report of the butter Langres, Chaumont, st! Dizier, Cha. brought to Leaden-hall market, having lons au Champagne, Rheithis," Laon, been much 'deficient in welgiit ever lince St. Quentin, Peronne, Arras, St. Omer, the Lord Mayor's officers have not ata

tended that market to weigh the same On Saturday morning the Hon. Mr. butter as heretofore used to be the Ontlo«, late Speaker of the House of practice.

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The prices of grain yesterday veres the relief of the poor Palatines: the best Wheat, 35$. to 398, 6d. Baro

Sunday the Palatines were, by the ley, 205 to z zs. Malt, 285. ,t0 325. publie Bounty, mostly drested in their Rye, 20$. Oats, 145. to 18s, the quarter. new coating The ihen had in ge One day last week a Bank note of neral blae jackets, and the boy's thort 400l, mentioned some months since to coars?t&e women and girls in trong have been loft by two of the calhiers, stuff gowns and petticoats. The time was brought to the Bank for payment ibat the Rev. Mr. Wachlef daily attends by ohe Mr. Spencer, a mercer, who it these poof people to begin divine fer- appeared had taken the fame tlie dag vice, i5, in the morning, between leven before for some goods, 'to the value of and eight, and between five and lix in 8.1. which goods were to be sent into the the evening. Their fnging psaimns is country the nexe day, and the person, very harmonious and they are exceed. received the remainder of the money ing attentive and regular at their de. (3201.) but before Mr. Spencer had potions. After Mr. Wachrel has finish- fent the goods, he offered the note for ed with the Palatines, which is near payment, and upon his being intormed an hour

hiddle-aged well. of the circumstances relating, thejetos; looking mah, begins to pray and pieach he did not send the goods, by which to the Enghilt audience, who, as he has means the Cahiers will only fustaid a attendere with a

a good intention, they all have very gliet. There is a « Laft wednesday night party of charity box placed at one end of the about 200 white boys came near the Palatines tents, which is conftantly house of the rev. Me Hewetfon, at a opened by Mr. Wadkre after evening village called Polcroan, where they fored letvice.

several hot, burst open many houses, We are informed that A. Coyers's enlisted numbers under their Haidare, expence od his fate unluccessfut'tan on which is displayed a white fag, and

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obliged every one they found to swear finished fooner than that of the former, fidelity to Joan Meskill, secrefy and o it being proposed to fit out the Count bedience in the execution of all their d'Artois as soon as pollible, in order to schemes, and also, that they should not,, go out on an expedition. The Count at the peril of their lives and substance, d'Oily is to have the command of her, allow the clergy any tythe on potatoes as well as of the squadron which is to for the future. It is computed they fail on this occasion. But where they have at least 300 arms; and it is cer. are bound for we know not, as not the tain they are well provided with ammu- leaf circumstance has hitherto transpir. nition of all kinds."

ed, which can enable us to guess at WEDNESDAY, Sept. 12.

their destination." St. James's, Sept it. In answer to Extract of a letter from Jamaica. the representations made by his Majer “ We are under continual apprehenty's ambassador at the court of France, lions, without hardly knowing the cause demanding immediate satisfaction and of them, though, indeed, the governor reparation for acts of violence commit. has forbid any intercourse with the Spa. ted, on the ift of June last, by the com- niards, whose preparations are really mander of a French Tip of war, in alarming." conjunction with other French vessels, It is now certain that more places at one of the Turk's Idands, the court than North America are the apparent of France has disavowed the said pro-, objects of the men of war now fitting ceedings, has disclaimed all intention or out, the number of which, when com. defire of acquiring or conquering the pleated, will amount, great and small, Turk's Illands; and has given orders to twenty fail. Those at Chatham and to the Compte d'Ettain, governor of St. Sheerness will be ready for sea in a few Domingo, to cause the said illands to be days, as they work double tides. immediately abandoned on the part of A new maneuvre, we hear, is going the French, to restore every thing there. to be introduced on board our ships of in to the condition in which it was on war, which it is thought will be of great the ift of June last, and to make rapa- service in time of action. ration of the damages which any of his We hear that for some days past stand. Majesty's subject thall be found to have ard prices on most of the necellary artisustained in consequence of the said pro.' cles of life, consumed by the inhabitants : ceedings, according to an estimation to of London and Westminster, have been be forth with settled by the said gover. fixing by fome members of an august nor with his Majesty's governor of Ja- assembly; which, it is confidently said, maica : and a duplicate of the said or will take place very speedily; and from ders has been delivered to his Majesty's which it will be highly punishable in Said ambassador, who has transmitted the retailers to depart. fame to his Majesty's Secretary of State. Several private letters from Berlin,

Letters from Lisbon advise, that they which arrived on Monday by the Dutch have lately discovered heaps of combul- mails, bring advice, that Count Poni. tible matter near several public edifices, atowiki was elected King of Poland, in and the houses of many of their prin- the usual form, on the 27th ult. under cipal merchants, supposed to have been the name of Stanilaus the Second. These Jodged in those places with the most di. letters add, that the election tent was abolical intention.

20 fathoms.long and eight wide, lined. Extract of a letter from Breft, Auz.9. with red cloth, with a wall behind, and

* “ The Citizen man of war of 74 a bank on each side ; and that the regaguns being actually finished, will be lia, which were brought to Warsaw by launched here on the 12th of this month.' the Bishop of Culm on the 22d from We shall have then on the itocks only Cracow, consisted of five crowns, four the St. Efprit and the Count d'Artois. Scepters, a globe, three gold chains, , The construction of the latter will be and á fable richly ornamented.

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From the GENTLEMAN's MAGAZINE, An Account of a Differiation on the In A mortification which spreads

utility of the Amputation of Limbs: till it reaches the bone. translated into French, with Notes, 2. A limb so hurt, that a mortificaby Dr. Tiffor, and now just published tion is highly probable. in English

3. A violent contusion of the flesh,

which at the same time has shattered "BIL GUER:S first pofi. the bones.

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4. Wounds of the larger blood vesin which amputation is ne sels of the limb, when recourse is had ceffary, are much less fre

to amputation, as the only means of quent than has hitherto stopping the hamorrhage, or through been supposed."

an apprehension that the limbs should This position, he says, is founded on perith fou want of nourishment. his own obfervations in the military hos 5. Ar incurable caries of the bones. pitals, during the late bloody war, 6. A cancer, or tumour in danger where he remarked, that in a great of becoming such. number of cases in which amputation He lays down his method of, cure in was judgéd neceflary by the phyficians each of these cases leparately. of the army, it did not answer the end : 1. In a mortification, he begins by he had also under his immediate care a making incisions on the part affected, great number of patients, whole limbs to procure a discharge of the corrupthad been shot off, and the stumps left ed matter, and aflirt the action of the Thattered in such a manner, that a fresh medicines. He makes there incisions amputation was universally thought ne- of a contiderable length, not only on cessary, and whom he cured without the mortified parts, but those adjathat dreadful expedient : and he cured, cent, and as near to each other as the without amputation, many patients large trucks of the blood-vessels and whose limbs were not entirely separated, branches of nerves will allow, not but so much detached, contuled, and more than an inch distant from each Thartered, that the ableit furgeons, other, and aiways to the quick if the thought it indispenfibly necessary to take bone, be aflested, he cuts through the them wholly off.

periosteum, and lays it bare. These M. Bilguer redu es the cases in which incisions are in the direction of the amputation has been univerfally thought fibres of the muscle on which they are neceffary, to fix.

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gastroenemii, the glutei, or deltoid it; some dry lint must then be laid on, muscles have been wounded by a ball, and the fleshy parts dressed by sprink. they must be cul transversely, other. ling upon this lint a powder composed wise convulsions, particularly the spas- of " an ounce of myrrh finely poundmus cynicus, will enlue : several of ed, half an ounce of sal ammonia, the aponeurofes, especially that of the camphor and nitre, each a drachm :" biceps, ought likewile to be cut trans: After the first layer of lint is thus coversely; the tendons also must be cut vered, fresh lint must be applied, and in the same direction. If the wound sprinkled with the powder, till the or ailment happens to be near the ar wound is quite filled up with alternate ticulations, he also cuts through the layers of the lint and powder. ligaments, These incisions must be If the bone is not affected, or the pe. longest where the fore has spread the riofteum laid bare, the liniment may widelt, and deeper in the middle than be omitted, and the lint and powder at the extremities; the number may only used. Slight scarifications thould be from three to eight, as the case may also be made upon the neighbouring require.

parts, sprinkling them with the powAfter there incisions, the mortified der; and all the fores should be afterparts must be separated from the found wards embrocated with oil of curpenby a bistory, as one muscle is divided tine, and the whole bandaged up with from another in diffections ; but parts plain linen cloth, which must be kept not totally corrupted may be spared ; moistened night and day with warm fo. for, after the removal of what is to. mentations. tally dead, they will recover ; great

Heister has collected a sufficient num. care must be taken in removing the ber of these fomentations, from which grangrened parts that lie near large a surgeon will easily select the most vessels, that such vesels are not wound- proper for the cale of his patient: that ed; and it is better to leave a small consisting of a pint of lime-water, three part of the mortified flesh that ad- ounces of camphorated spirit of wine, heres to them behind, and trust to its and an ounce or half an ounce of fal separation by the dreslings, than to ammoniac is useful in mortifications risk breaking them; and, in general, which proceed from high inflammation ; the incisions should be made with as fo is that made with Toap, salt of tarlittle effufion of blood as poslable: if tar, and oil of turpentine, dissolved in the neighbouring parts are tainted, the lime-water. corrupted humour must be squeezed When the mortification proceeds out by gentle compreslion, and wiped from a mere defect of the vital mooff with a soft linen rag: afterwards, tions, as in dropsical and aged persons, proper external applications must be the following fomentations are more used.

proper. The bone, whether the periosteum 1. Take of water germander, worm. be found or deltroyed, must be dressed wood, southernwood, rue, of each two with the following medicine :

handfuls; chamomile flowers, Frankincenfe, maftich, sarcocolla, ful : boil them together, and to two pints and myrrh, finely pounded ; true bal. of the strained liquor add four ounces of Jam of Peru, and genuine essential oil treacle spirit, iwo ounces of venice of cloves, of each equal parts; of bal soap, and half an ounce or even an ounce sam of fioraventi as much as may, in of sal gem. mixing all the ingredients over a very 2. Take of water germander, wormgentle fire, form a thin liniment. wood, feverfew, of each two handfuls ;

This must be used warm, and poured of mint and southernwood, of each 2 plentifully into the wounds, so that handful : boil them together in oxy. the bone may be weil moistened with crate, so as to have four pints of the

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