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   London Gazette (Newspaper) - November 26, 1851, London, Middlesex                                The London From 'Cucf&ap November 26, to j^attitfjay November 30, 1751. AT the Court at St. James's, the 26th Day of November 175c. PRESENT, The King's moft Excellent Majefty in Council. His Majefty having been pleafed to appoint his Grace George Duke of St. Albans to be Lord Lieuteiiaht of the County ojf Berks~His Grace this Day took the Oaths appointed to be taken thereupon, inftead of the Oaths of Allegiance arid Supremacy. IVbitehaU, November 2, 1751. tiTAlter Titley, Eiq; His Majefty's Envoy * * Extraordinary to the fcourt of Denmark, has tranfmitted to his Grace the Duke of New-caftle^ His Majefty's Principal Secretary of State, the following Account from Copenhagen, dated the 30th of October N. S. It having been found neceffary to change the Situation of the Fire kept hitherto upon a Sand-Bank, at the Point bfjutland^ called Schageri, for the Ufe of Mariners \ His Danifti Majefty has drdered Notice {thereof to be given to the Publick, and, in ^urfuance or" that Order, the proper Officers fent an Advertifement, accompanied with a Memorial, to Mr. Titley, defiring.nim to tranf-mit the faid Advertifement to England, for the Information of the Briti& Traders to the Bal-tick ; of which Advertifernent the following is a Translation; Advertifement\ ^ir7Hereas the Sand-Hill at Schageri, upon which a Fire has been kept hitherto in the Night Time for the' Direction of Ships failing through the Cattegat, is almoll wajfhed away By the Sea; and there is"now erected, inftead of the faid wafting Sarid-Hill, a Tower t>F Sixty Four Feet high, ftanding further with* in the Land at the Diftance of Eight Hundred Feet from the Sand-Hill, and Four Hundred feet more towards the North ; upon which Tower the Fire is to be kept for the Future, ,   .       ,    . ,      -s.ift of January,  O. S. *nd to commence on the ,ft or Fcbruary> N; s- in the enfuing Year 1752 : Therefore^ by Order of the King of Denmark, Norway, &c. this Notice is given to the Publick, to the �nd that Mariners, being duly apprised of the Alterationbefofeharid, may regulate their Courfe through the Cattegat accordingly. Should the forefaid Sand- Hill happen to be deftroyed and carried quite awaj, by any violent Storm, before the Time abovementioned, in that Cafe a Fire will immediately be lighted up upon the Tower, inftead of that which has hitherto burnt upon the Sand-Hill. Copenhagen, from the Office of his Majef/s Privy-Purfe, the 25th Oitober 1751 - /r  q v G. Linde. S. G* Hilderman, Cotjfiantinopky Ofi. 12. Although the Plagufc which raged fq violently for fome Months in this City and its Neighbourhood, is. now almoft en* tirely ceafedj yetj as (ome few Perfons ftill continue to die of it, the Inhabitants are very cautious with whom they deal, for fear of its breaking out again ; this neceflary Precaution, and their haying had fcarcely. any Goromunicatiori with each other for fome Time parr, has greatlv injured, the Commerce of this City; The Foreign Minifters, who> in order to avoid the Infection^ retired into the Country bordering upon the Black Sea, have not as yet ventured to come to Town ; which occafions an almoft Stagnation of publick Affairs. Sach-Savar-Oglow-Muftapha, heretofore Captain Bafhaw* who, after his Difgrace was baniftied to'Smyrna*-has lately received Orders to change the Place of his Exile to that of Siyas> Barcelona, Nov. 14. Yefterday an Edict was 'publilhed here, by which all his Majefty's Subjects whatfoever are empowered to fit out armed Vefitls to cruize againft the Barbary Corfairs; and all the Prizes they take are to be entirely their own Property� Petersburg, Nov. 15*. The Time of the Court's Departure for Mofcow is not as yet fixedi and, to all Appearance^ will not take Place till after the Separation of the Diet of Sweden; The Great Priheefs has been confined to her Apartment for fome Days jpaft with a violent Coldj bat her Highnefs isnow-fo well recovered, as, to appear again in Publick. On the 28th of laft Month Count Lynan, Envoy Extraordinary from the Court of Denmark, had his Audience of Leave of her Imperial Majefty, and propofes fetting out. fhor'tly for Copenhagen. M. Furich, who fince the Departure of General Arnim, has taken upon him the" Character of Miniftcr Plenipotentiary from tbd King of Poland to this Court, has not as yet had his firft publick Audience; Moft of the Regiments that were pofted in this Neighbourhood, are marched from hence in order to take up their Winter Quarters in the interior Parts of the Empire, aiid are replacing by other Regiments from Livonia and Eafthonia. The E.mprefs has fent Orders to Lieutenant-General Count Soltikoff, who at prefent commands the Troops in the Dutchy of Courlani, to take upon him the Command of thofe in the Ukraine ; and Major General Verthern, who fome Time fincc left the Bavarian Service to come into that of this Court has a Command given him in Livonia, under the Orders of Lieutenant Field Maiihal Baron de Lieven. Genoa, Nov. 1 8. According to our laft Letters from Corfica, the Marcjuefs de Curfay was ftill at Ajaawo the Beginning of this Month, but was preparing to return to Baftia. A Detachment Of iao Men embarked here a few Days 1S1   

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