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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - January 27, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. No. 8819, Tuefday, January 27, 17x9-30 Tefierday arrived, the Mail due from France, and Oris from Holland. Vienna, Jan. \ 8. N. S. THE States of Bohemia bave granted the Emperor the following Subfidies for tbeYear enfuing, v>'% cwo Millions of Florins for the Ordinary Ex pence of the War; 470,000 for the Extraordinary j 40,000 for the Fortifications; 150,000 for Wages to the Officers of the Chamber ; 150,000 for the Subaltern Officers Pay ; and j 20,000 for the Arrears due to the Militia of the Country : In all, two Millions 930.000 Florins. The States of Silefia have likewife granted his Imperial Majefty a Million 333,333 Florins for the Ordinary Expence of the War j 130,000 for the Extraordinary j 8?�333 for the Rations j 100,000 for the Officers of the Chamber j and 30,00 for the Fortifications : In all, a Million 776,666 Florins. The Earl of Waidegrave, Ambaf fador of the King of Great Britain, received an Exprefs from London, towards the iatter End of laft Week, withfome Difpatches that he communicated to the Imperial Courr, which gave Occafion to three feveral Conferences of the jEmperor's Minifters: Tis faid thofe Difpatches contain frefh Aflurances on the Part of his Brirannick ?Majefty, that he will not undertake any thing in favour of the Infante Don Carlos, that can tend to prejudice the Tnterefts of his Imperial Majefty. The following Lift is handed about here, of; the Imperial Forces ordered to be ready toj march to Italy upon the firft Notice. FOOT. Batuli Guido Sraremberg - - - - 2 AUhan - - - - - - 2 Wurmbrand - - - - - 2 Sickingen - - - - - - I Welfeck - - - - - - 1 Harrach - - - - - - 4 Young Daun -- - - - - 4 Befide ttvo Companies of Grenadiers. Cuirafficrs. Squadr. CarafTa - - - - - - 6 Frederick Wirtemberg - - - 6 Hamilton - - - - - - 6 John Talft - - - - - - 8 Prince Emanuel - - - - 8 Dragoons. Prince Eugene - BttUippi - - Waterborn - Old Wirtemberg --� Lichtenftein - � - � Spleni Defoffy Hujjars. 34 6 6 6 ~ 8 8 34 5 - 5 I o Total of Squadrons -- 78 Which, computing 700 Men to a Battalion, makes 11,200 Foot; and 250 to a Squadron, the Horfe amount to 19,500; in all 30,700 Men. It is believed, however, they w$ not'receive their Marching Orders till affer the Return of an Exprefs Cent to Florence, to know theGreat Duke of Tuf- ca�y's Mind in relation to the Introduction of the Spanifh Troops. Mean while Arms for 1 3,000 Men were fent for Gaeta in Naples upon the 13th Inftanr, and they will Ipeedily be followed by a greater Number. Pan's, Feb. t. N. S. The Countels d'Ave-jan has lately had 30,000 Livrcs a Year fallen to h?r by the Death of her Sifter Mademoi-fcl/e de Nogent. There is a great Caufe depending in the Chamber des Enqueftes, between the Heirs of Henrietta Legitimated of France, and the Creditors to the Succeflion of the Dutchy of Elbeuf. The Abbot Lanti, who is to bring the Bleffed Linnen to the Dauphin, is fpeedily expected from Rome, and will lie at the Duke de Noirmoutiers, to whom he is related. The King of England, and the Queen of Pruflta, his Sifter, bave, by two Warrants, the firft dated the 23d of November 1728, vince, wno UKew ue prciencea tnem to tne Queen, the Dauphin, and Mefdames de France, ard afterwards gave them a magnificent Entertainment. The Duke of Lorrain fet out from Lune-ville the 25th paft, and arrived at the Palace-Royal here the 29th. That Prince rode Poft with 40 Horfes, attended by the principal Lords of his Court, and was this Day to pay Homage for the Dutchy of Bar. He defigns, when he has feen all that is remarkable in this City and Neighbourhood, to fet our on his Return ro Luneville; from whence he will not be abfent above a Fortnight. We are told his Royal Highnefs defigns to go to the Court of Vienna again in the Spring. An Ordinance of War is juft publifhed, whereby 16 of the Roya! Regiments of Horfe, that confifted but of 9 Troops each, are to be made up it Troops; and the other Regiments, which confifted of 9 Troops, are ro be reduced to 8 j and every Troop is to confift of 40 Private Gentlemen, indead of 45. And of tbefe 5 reduced Men per Troop, 1 o Troops are to be formed, ro render the Royal Regiment* complete. Thus there will be no Augmentation nor Reduction, except of 10 Reformed Captains, who are to bave 10 Troops fdrm'd of the 5 Men per Troop above-mentioned. The Count de Touloufe having divided the Offices of Secretary w the Navy, and bis Private Secretary, M. d'Mericour, who had the Reverfion of them, choofes rather to keen his Place of Interdant of the Navy at Marfeilles, where he now lives ; and the Count deToulouie has made MonfieurL'En-lant; who is an Advocate in the Parliament, Secretary to the Navy. Letters from Seville, of the 12th paft, ad? vife, that in the Evening of the 5 th, tne Marquis de Brancas, Ambaffador of France,' concluded his Rejoicings upon Account of the Dauphin's Birth, by playing off his fine Fireworks before the Palace of Aka2ar, in the Prefence of their Cathohck Majefties and. their niglmeffes. Thofe from Madrid of the 16th fay, the" Treaty of Peace lately concluded at Seville was publiQud there the toch, with theufua| Ceremonies. Falmouth, Jan. 22. On the 20th arrived the King George Packet, Capt. Lane, in 1$ Days from Lisbon ; the Ann, of and from Jerfey, Legrew. Yefterday failed the Ana and Mary, of this Place, Bluet, from Na? pies, for London. Wind W. Dartmouth, Jan. 23. Yefterday came in here the Recovery, of Bofton, James Harri-fon, for Gibralrar, with Coals. This Day; came in the Lamb, of this Place, George Row, from Alicant; the Viana Merchant,1 of Topfham, from tljence, John Maxim, foe Fowey and Alicant, now in our Road. Wind at W. Briflol, Jan. 24. Timrfday and Yefterday arrived the Bumper, Charles Jeffreys, in fix; Weeks, from New England ; the Indian, Williams, in 7 Weeks from Nevis. Weymouth, Jan. 24. The 22d Inftant came to an Anchor in Portland Road, the Friend's Goodwill, of Whitby, Benjimin Stevenfon, from Sunderland, and is this Morning failed for Guernfey. This Morning came in the GrizeJ, of Leith, William Weyme, from Anftrutber, for Lisbon; the Bleffing and Ann, of and for Milford, John Brown, from London. Wind W. Southampton, Jan. 25. Since my laft came in the Concord, Richard Hill, from Hamburg, for Oporto, with Bale Goods. Sailed the Delight, John Street, frcn Cork,for Bar-fleur; the St. Jofeph, Charles Lobb, from, Cork, for St. Vallery. f ' Deal, Jan. 25. Remain the Rye Galley and B'andford Men of War; the Union," Timberman, for- and the Gibraltar, ---, fcr Guinea.' Put back the Ducane, Spencer, for Genoa j the Hotherfhall, Hutch-i info/i, for Barbadoes; the Ann, Chaplin, the the Rofe, Johnfo*, and the Johanna, Crosby, all three for Virginia ; the Alexander, Curling, for Carolina; and fome others, noc known. W. S. W. Gravcfend. Jan. 25. PafTed by the Pega-fus, Mitche!, the Speedwell, Bailey, and the Happy Rebecca, Mangier, from Alicant ; the Concord, Germs, from Stockholm ; the Mary and Elizabeth, Peters, from Hamburg the Happy Janner, Green, rhe Mahone, Yer-bury, and the Rochefter, Rochefter, from Leghorn; the Harlequin, Holebrook, from Eologne ,- the Queen Caroline, Peircey, fromi South Caroiina; the Lowrborp, Duhaxr,* from Dublin; the Sufanna, Keen, fro and tbe Richsrdfon, Aynfoo, from M Gravefsr.d, Jan. 26. Paffed by th Kemp, from Cadiz ; the Sarah, Erwi >Jew England, and the Katherine, from Calais. LON
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