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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - January 15, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Couraiit No. 8819; Thurfday, January 15:, 17x9-30. Yefterday arrived the Mails due from Flanders W Holland. Home,- Dec. 31. N. S. I Requent Conferences are held in che Vatican among the Cardinal-Mini-fters, to find out fome Method to prevent a War in Italy, upon Account of the Introduction of the Infante Don Carlos into that Country ; and it is confidently affirmed, that the Pope has fent Or-dersto his Niincfbs at the Courts of Vienna, Paris, and Seville, to make certain Propolals for that purpofe, and to offer his Mediation to make an End of this Affair co the Satisfaction of all the Parties concerned. Florence, Dec. 31. N. S. On Tuefday Iaft, Father Afcanio, Minifter of Spain, received an Exprefs from his Court, with Difparches that cut.out a great dear of Work for the Minifters of the Great Duke, and occafioned feveral Conferences and extraordinary Councils, to confider of the Propofa/s made by the contracting Powers of the Treaty of Seville. That Exprefs is ftill here, waiting for a po(i-tive Anfwer on the Part of this Court. Milan,Dec.-it. N. S. A great Number cf Waggons are arrived at Mantua from Trent, loaded with Ammunition of all forts, which is to be brought thence by Water, and laid" up in the Magazines of our principal For-trefles. Vienna, Jan. 7. N. S. On the 5 th Inftant; the Emperor received an Exprefs from the Count de Kinski, his Minifter at the Court of England, who writes, that his Britannick Majefty had charged him to allure his Imperial Majefty of his entire Friendfhip ; and in-clofed in his Letter a Copy of the Articles of the Treaty of Seville, which had beer* communicated to him. Soon after, the Earl of Waldegrave delivered to the Errmerot two tetters that he had received froiff Londoh for his Imperial Majefty, written with the King of Great Britain's own Hand ; wherein, we are told, his Britannick Majefty declares, among other things, that it was net his Intention to procure the Introduction of the Infante Don Carlos by Force of Arms, but by pacifick and friendly Methods : And this News has greatly abated the Talk of an approaching Rupture in Italy; and the more, becaiife the Count de Kinski4 the Emperor's Ambaflador in France, has written to Courr, that the Cardinal de Fieury had giver; him rhe fame Affurances. Befides the Regiments formerly mentioned, that are to keep them-felves in a readinefs to march to Italy, the following have fince received the like Order?, viz. thofe of Foot of John Daun and Arag j and the HufTars of Spleni and Efte. Paris, Jan. 13. N. S. The firji Prefident's Speech to the Archbifhop of Paris, when that Prelate toek. his Seat in Parliament as Dul^e de Sr. Cloud, and Peer of France, the i$th of December* CQ AFTER having conferred upon you, " by our unanimous Suffrages, the " Honours of tne Peerage, which the Piety " and Liberality of the late King annexed to *' the Title of Archbifliop of Paris^ I am " commanded by the Court to aflure you of " their Joy upon your Promotion to the " higheft Dignities in the Church and State. " The Noblenefs of your Birth, the Proofs *' of your Paftoral Care in rhe Management " of two large Diocefes j your Character " for Meeknefs, Wifdcm and Moderation, *' fo proper to reconcile the Zeal that ani- " tates you for'the Intereft of Religion, with " the Prudence which the Exigencies of the ~1' Times require for the Tranquillity of the " State, determined the King to pitch upon " you forfo eminent a Station. "Being the faithful and true Paftor of '* the Flock committed to your Care, you " will draw down upon us, by the Fervency " of your Prayers, thofe BleffingS which we " ftand in need of, to enable us duly to dif-il charge the conftant and important Duties " of the awful Miniftry committed to our " Charge.' We ihall for our Parts em-" ploy the Authority .we exercife in the " King's Name, to maintain the Preroga-" rives belonging to the Dignities of the " Firft Rank, to which you are now raifid ; " and being perfuacieri of your Attachment .�   r,  .L      " '    '      tjr--..ir,m " I will do my utrhoft, Gentlemen, to de-" ferve both, by the fincereft Gratitude, and " the higheft Veneration for fo illuftrious a " Body. Frankfort, Jan.i^. N. S. We have Advice from Saxony, that Duke John Erneft of Saxe Hillburghaufen, Head of the Erneftine Branch of that Family, died lately in the Place of his Reu*dence,*aged about 71 Years, being born in 1658. * Late lift "Night arrived the Mail due fiom France. Paris, Jan. 21. N. S. When the Duke of Lorrain arrives here, he will lodge in the Palais Royal. That Prince's Governor is actually arrived, with the Marquis de Stain-ville, his Envoy at this*Court, The Duke d'Aumont is very til.* The Fireworks* upon the River will be play'd off the 24th in the Evening. Falmouth, Jan. 10. Yefterday put in the Sr. Martins, of and from Bilboa, Jof. Cataro, for Hamburg, with Wool, &c. This Day came in the Eagle Packet from Corunna, laft from Mounts bay  as alfo two Dutch VefTels, one from Bourdeaux, the other from Bayonne, and the three Coafters from the Ifle of Wight.   Wind E. Pool, Jan. 14. Yefterday arrived the Hunter, Capt. Cockrain, fwhich has been fo long milling) from Rotterdam, having met with a great deal of bad Wearber, which hasmuch damaged both Ship and Cargo. Deaf, Jan. Yefterday came down and failed thro* -Capt. Buckeridge, for Virginia. This Day came down and failed thro' the Naffaw, Sydie, for Guinea * Bailey, Graves; Baltimore, Watts j AnnaMaria, Hewit; Monmouth, Cock, and a Pink unknown, all for Virginia or Maryland -3 and {Jove,Vitry forO-porto, and many more unknown. Wind N. E. Giavefend, Jan. 13. Paired by the Charles and Mary, Charles Curtis, from Rotterdam 5 . and the Nelly, Tho. Jenkins, for Dunkirk. LONDON. His Majefty's mod gracious Anfwer to the humble Addreis of the Huufe of Lads. * My Lords, - T Dmnk you for this duf'ful and loyal Addrefs I *� doubt net but m, Subjeffs 
                            

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