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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - January 6, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Gourant. No. 88if: Tuefday, January 6y 17x9-30. Teftetday arrived tbe Mails due from France and Holland. Cadi%, December 13. N. S. ON the 10th Inftant, Publick Notice was given here, that tbe Re-gifters for loading .the GaJJeons were open ; and confequently the Merchants might fend their Goods on board as fodn as they pleafed, the faid Ships being to depart in the Month of March next. The Ship that was wanting of the Galleons laft arrived, and which firft put in at Campecby, and was afterwards refitted at the Havana, arrived here two Days ago, with a large Cargo of Cacao, Snuff, and other Commo-dities.  The Regifter-Ship wanting from the Caraques is daily expected in.  The Money brought by the Man of Wac the Incendio, newly arrived under the Command of Capt. Mendinueta, is carry'd into the King's Ware -houfes; but we hope the P'^t belonging to the Merchants will foon be delivered out. Before this Sh,ip came into the Bay, the Grew mutiny'd, and demanded to be paid their Wages before they arrived, under pretence that when once the Ship was in Harbour, they might wait long enough for their Money.   The Captain refuting to comply with their Demand,   they broke open feveral Chefts, and took as much Money out of them, as they thought their Wages'amounted to.   The Captain perceiving what they had done, was fo far from {hewing the leaft Sign of Refentmenr, that he commended them for having fo much Honour as not to take more than their Pay came to ; and af-fured them he would reprefent their Conduct in the beft manner to Senhor Patinbo. The Fellows were very well content with thefe Affurances; but as foon as the Ship had dropt Anchor in the Bay, the Captain fent one of his Officers on Shoar, to acquaint our Governor with all that had pafs'd j whereupon be commanded a Detachment of Soldiers on board, and forbid any of the Sailors to ftir out of the Ship upon pain of Death. And this has been the Occafion that the Private Letters-are not yet deliver'd out. Seville, Dec. 15. N. S; The King has fent Orders to all the Officers to repair immediately to their Pofts ; and thofe who are out of the Kingdom are to return home without Lofs of Time. Repeated Orders are iffued for railing Seamen; and Commiffions are deliver'd out for enlifting Soldiers to complete every Battalion upon the foot of 700 Men, and each Squadron 150. Vienna, December 28 N. S. Sunday being Chriftmas Day, their Imperial Majefties, accompanied by the Knights of the Golden Fleece, the Miniftefs and Lords of the Court, heard Divine Service in the Chappel of the palace; after which they dined in Publick in the Knighrs Hall. The next Day, tbe Emperor went in State to the Metropolitan Church, where was celebrated the Feftival of Sr. Stephen, Patron of rhatChurcb, and Cardinal Colonitz officiated in pontifica-libusi M. Lanxinski, Minifter of Ruflia, hadtan Audience of his Imperial Majefty Ibuae Days ago, wherein he communicated the Czar his Mafter's Refolution to marry the Princefs DoJgorucki. Hildeftoeim, January 1. N. S. We are in hopes the Commiflion appointed .by the Emperor, at tbe Requeft of the Convent of Be-sedi&ins of St. Michael, upon Accoant of the Diforders feme time fince committed by the Burghers of this City, would not have taken Place, or at leaft that it might have Hanover, Jan. 4. N. S. Baron Stem, Minifter of the Duke of Wolfenbuttel at the Congrefs of Brunfwick, is gone to give the Duke his Mafter an Account of the State of that Congrefs; and 'tis faid the Conferences will be renewed upon his Return, to terminate the Differences between this Court and that of Berlin. Cohgn, Jan. 6. N. S. Yefterday our Elector arrived here from Bon^ and was faluted with a triple Difcharge of our Artillery. This Day being the Feftival of the Epiphany, his Ele&oral Highnefs officiated pontifically in our Metropolitan Church. They wrire from Frankforr, that M. Dcvenifh, a Major-General in the Emperor's Service, went thro' that Place the 4th, on his way 10 Vienna. Amfterdam, J4n% ,ic. N.S. Letters from Leypfick fay, the King of Poland and the Electoral Prince of Saxony} his $on, arrived there from Drefden the 3 jft paft. Paris, Jan. 11. On tbe 4rh Inftant,. the Queen went to the Parifh Church of Ver-failles, where was celebrated the firft Vefpers of the Feaft of the Beatification of the Bleffed Vincent de Paul, Founder of the Fathers of the Million. The King went thither likewife the next Day ; and in the Evening his Majefty, accompanied by the Lords of his Court, rode to the Caft'e of La Muette, where he cbofe King and Queen, and then returned and lay at Verfailles. Madcmoifelle de Bea^jjolois is recovered ; and the Marquis d'Arpajon, who has been very ill, is much better; On the 7th Inftant, the Laundrefs that received the. Goods ftolen from the Abbot de St. Martin by his Footman, and concealed them in herHoufe, proving not to be, asfhe pretended, with Quick Child, was hanged in the Square Maubert. Notwithttanding the Diligence that is ufed in getting ready the Fireworks of the Spanifh plenipotentiaries, it is thought they cannot be play'd off before the 28th Inftant. Our Letters from Madrid of the 27th paft, bring very little News, The' Chief is a Confirmation of the Hurry the Spaniards feetxt to be inj to riife Seamen to Man otic a 1 Fleet againft next Spring. They fay farther, that their Carholick Majefties and Royal Family continue in perfect Health j and that upon the 19th, there were great Rejoy-� cings in the Palace of the Aleazar, it being the Anniverfary of the King of Spain's Birrh-Day, who then entered into' the 47th Year of his Age. At the fame rime the Grandees of the Kingdom, the foreign Minifters, and principal Nobility, had the Honour to kifs their Majefties and their Highneffes Hands upon that Occafion. Florence, Dec. 2.1. N. S. His Royal High, nels our Duke, is faid to be hiring fome foreign Troops, to defend his Territories againft the Landing of Spaniards or others j and we are told the Emperor will ordei fome Forces to Italy for the fame purpofe. Moreover the King of Sardinia is arming as faft as he can. Home, Dec. 24. N. S. The Pope bein� very averfe to a War in Italy, will try his '.nmoft to prevent ir, by his Solicitations at all the Courts thereof, and; at the principal Courts of Cbriftendom. Vienna, Dec. 91. N. S. T*o Days ago; the Emperor held a Council of State, which lafted from Ten in the Morning, till Four iri the Afternoon j all the Minifters of State being prefent. The Refuk no body knows � but the Subject of their Deliberations was the prefent Situation of the Affairs of Europe.1 Laft Nigbr the Corpfe of Prince Emanuel of Savoy was bury'd without Funeral Pbmp in the Cathedral Church of Sr. Stephen here. iThat Prince was born in 1687, married a Daughter .of Prince Adam of Lichtenftein in" 1713, and left a Son behind him (ftyled Prince Eugene of Soiffons.) born 1714. Falmouth, Jan. 1. On the 30th ult. failed the Cadogan and Anna Maria, with PiU chatds, for the Streights, with the reft of the Outward-bound formerly mentioned. Wind at N. by W. Dartmouth, Jan. 2. Yefterday came in here the Matthew, of and for Guernfey, Sam. Rowland, from Bilboa; all the Outward-bound Veffeis, for the Eaft and Weft; mentioned in my former, are all failed. Plymouth, Jan. 2. Yefterday failed the Charity ot London, for Aiicant; the Ann and Mary of Bruges, for Leghorn j and the George and Mary, of Yarmouth, for Leghorn. Came in the Phoenix, for London $ Edward Howard, from St. Kits with Sugar and Cocoa. This Day came in his Majcfty's Ship Portland, from Spithead. Wind E. Southampton, Jan. 4. Since my laft came ki the Batchelor's Endeavour^ of and from Guernfey, Peter Bonamy, with Oranges. Sailed the John, of and for Guernfey, John Figg, with Bricks and Hoops. Deal, Jan.\. Remains the Rye Galley-Man of War, Capt. Edwards, as alfo the Amity's Endeavour, Capt. Maling, from Hamburg, for Barcelona ; the other Outward-bound Ships failed laft Night, the two Ships for Eaft-India excepted, which did not fail till this Morning.   Wind E. S. E. , Grave/end, Jan. 4. Palled by the Henry and Prifcilia, from Morlaix ; the Katharine/ from Calais ; the St. John Baptift, from Cadiz ; the Pearl, from Seville ; the John and Terefa, from Bilboa ; tbe Brotherly Love^ from Amfterdam; the Sr. Peter, the Anna Katbarina, and the Katharine and Elizabeth^ all Three from Hamburg. t Oft   

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