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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - January 22, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Courant. No. 83i?. Thurfday, January ii, 1719-30. Lisbont Dec. 15. N. S. ON the 7th paft, the Infante, a Spa-nilh Man of War, commanded by Captain Cbriftian Meller, which has been employed tbele fix Years as a Guarda de-Cefta  in the   Welt-Indies, arrived in the Bay of Albufeira in the Kingdom, of Algarve, in Eighty one Days Sailj and having tarried there {even or eight Day? to careen and water, flie put to Sea agai for Cadiz.   The four new Powder-Mtlls built by the King's Order at Barquerens under the Infpe&ion of Don Antonio Cremet Profefled Knight of the Order of Chrift Inrendan't and Admi.niftrator-General of th Powder-Manufa&ory in this Kingdom, begai to work this Week with very good Succeis and on the 8th Inftanr, being the Feaft 0 the Conception of the Bleifed Virgin, Maf was celebrated for the fir ft time in the New, Chappel eredted near thofe Works, purfuam to his Majefty's Directions, which Chappe. may vie for Elegance with moft in Europe. Father Thomas Peixoto, an Hermit Monk of the Order of St. Auguftin, Do&or in Divinity, Syndal Examiner of the Arehbi-fhoprick of Braga, and of the Bifho prick of Guarda, formerly -Prior of the Convents of St. Mary de Caftellbraneo and Nutftra Sen.. hora de Gracia at Lisbon, and lately Provincial^ his Order in this Kingdom, died here the 1 zth Inftant, aged 70 Years. Madrid, Jan. 3. N. S. The King has conferred the Office of Auditor of the Royal Chancery of Valladolid, upon Don Hyacin-tho Marquez, Minifter of the Royal Audience of the Afturia's ; that of Alcade of the fame Chancery, upon Dr. Don Gafpard Vafquez Tablada ; and that of the Royal Audience of Valencia, upon Don Manuel de Toledo, Auditor of that of Catalonia. His Majefty has likewife difpofed of feveral other vacant Offices in the faid Audience, and in that of the Canaries. Signor Andrea de Lezze, the new Ambaffador of the Republick of Venice, defigns to tec out nexc Week for Seville.  Petersburg, Dec. zo. N. S. The Lords who had left Part of their Furniture and Equipage here, when the Czar went to Mofcow, have fent for them thither, being well affhred now, that his Czarian Majefty has no Thoughts of returning to this Piace j fo that the feveral Palaces which were building here will fcarce eve/ be finifhed. The General Count Munich is actually employing a great Number of Soldiers and fome Pea-| fants, to carry over the Ice proper Materials for repairing the Banks of the River Neva,; which were almoft deftroyed by the late Storms. That General has Orders to fet all the Prifoners at Liberty, who are not detain'd for Crimes that deferve Death. The Ruifian Troops quartered in Ingermerland are com* �sanded to hold themfelves in a Readinefs to", march at a Minute's Warning. Stockholm, Dec. z8. N. S. They write from Mofcow, that the Czar bad publifh'd an Ordinance, enjoyning all fuch Swedes as have Law-Suits depending about their Eftates in Eftonia and Livonia, to apply themfelves to the Senate at Mofcow, or to the Commiifio-ners appointed by his Czarian Majefty in the faid Provinces, to decide their Bufinefs with all the Expedition ir is capable of. For what regards the Freedom of Commerce of the Swedes in the Ports of Mufcovy, the Czar's Minifter has declared to Count Horn, that a new Regulation fliall be made conformably to the laft Treaties of Peace and Alliance concluded between the Crown of Sweden and the Czar in i-jn and 1714. Letters from Co-penhagen advjfe, that the King oi Denmark had conferred the Government of Fredericta upon Major General Prelin, and given the Regiment vacant by the Death of Col. do* Yal, to }A. Slangenbufch, who was Liev bles ana oommui�, j. ma jiitw rutin 1ia.i1 2 Publick Audience, the 17th, of the Great Duke and the Princefles, and was very gra-cioufly received. Two Galliots of Barbary landed fome Men the other Day near Reco-reggio j and at Break of Day the Turks remaining on board their Veflels made a foam Fight, and fired feveral Musket-Shot j whereupon fome Country Fellows and Soldiers of the Garrifon of Porto Vecchio ran to the Sea-fide, to fee the Battle ; by which means fe-ven Soldiers, that were a little forwarder than the reft, were furrounded and carry'd into Slavery by the Turks that were on Shoar. We have received Advice by the Way of Genoa, that the Outchefs de Ripperda, who was under Arreft at her Houfe at Madrid, had obtained her Liberty fince the Signing of Leave, tne uonegiate unurcn ot bt. 5auveur at Metz, fent a Deputation of their principal Canons to do the like.- There are arrived 17 more Waggons from Vienna, with the reft of his Royal Highnefs's Baggage; and we hear there is, among other things, a Casket fill'd with rich Prefents from the Emperor to the Dncbefs Dow ager, Prince Charles, and the Princefles. The Count de Gondrecourt, fifft Prefident of the Sovereign Court of Juftice, and the Baron de Monthereux, Procurator-General of the fame, are admitted Members of the Council of State. Thofe who enjoy more. Offices than one, are to declare which of them tbey will hold^that the others maJT. be given to lucb as are Trhoft deferving of them. The Duke being informed, that the Bifhop of Metz defign'd to follow the Example of the Biftoop of Toul, in publifiling a Mandate agamft Railing the Tax call'd the Jorful Entry, fent the Abbot de Vence, who was formerly his Preceptor, and the Abbot de Laurandiere, Canon of the Cathedral, to that Prelate, who amicably adjufted the faid Affair to the Satisfaction of both, Partiesj the Clergy of that Dioccfe being to pay the faid Tax with an A<2t of turn frajudi-, do. The Marquis de Beaveau Craon, Prince of the Empire, is ftill in pretty good Terms with this Court. His Royal Highnefs defigns to go to Nancy, to aifift at the Procefli* on madeihere every Year the Day beforethfl? Epiphany, in Memory of the great Victory; obtained by Duke Reginald II. in the XV*S Century, over Charles Duke of Burgundyy wherein the latter loft bis Life. The Arms of the Duke of Burgundy are to be carried inr this Proceffion; after which, his Royal Highnefs will fprinkle with Holy Water the; Corpfe of Duke Leopold I. which is repofited in the Ducal Chappel there. The Billiop of Verdun is 'daily expected here, to cungtattt-late the Duke upon his Arrival in this DutchyV The Troubles in the Dtftchy of Bat are not yet quite appeafed, feveral Perfons there; refufing to obey their Sovereign's Commands,' in relation to the Payment of the above-mentioned Tax of the Joyful Entry. Brujfels, Jan. 13. N. S. There is in the7 Palatinate, and that Neighbourhood, a Gang of Beggars and other Vagabonds, who fee fire to the Barns and Outboufes of the Far* mers that refufe to give them Shelter. They, lately burnt a very confiderable Farm be^ longing to the Abbefs of Graven-Randorff. Several of them have been, already feized,' who will be executed in a few Days, and Detachments of Soldiers are fent in queft of their Accomplices. Paris, Jttn. 21. N. S. Dame Mary-Anne* le Camus, Widow of M. Rene Bazin, Marquis de Flamanville, and Lieurenant-General of the Kings Armies, died the nth Inftant, aged 60 Years, or thereabouts. Dame Elizabeth Rouille, Widow of Nf. Henry de Lambert d'Herbigny, Matter of Requefts, died here the 11 th, aged about 97; Years. Falmouth, Jan. 17. Sailed to the Eaftward the Homeward bound from Leghorn laft mentioned    Wi�d'W. Dartmouth, Jan. 18. Yefterday failed out of this Harbour the Amy of Stockton, Francis Kirby, with Coals for London j the William and Mary of this Place, James Cox, with Corn for Ditto. Remains here the St. Ana of and from Bruges for Bayone in France,' A Dogger laft Evening anchored in our Road ; the John and Robert of and for Topfham, William Thomas from Briftol, but laft from Wales, and failed this Day. Several Ships have this Afternoon paffed before the Harbour to the Eaftward. Corves, Jan, 19. The 17th came in. the* Happy Entrance of Hull from Dantzick, laden with Rye, George Fell. The 18th the Endeavour of Carmarthen, from London for Carmarthen, Francis Morgan j this Day the Concord of Hull, from Hamburg for Oporto,' Richard Hill, and the Michael of and from Hull for Oporto, Francis Proctor.-   

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