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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - February 7, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Courant. N�. 8839. Saturday, February     1719-30. Tejlerday arrived the Mail due font Holland. Coire, (the Capital of the G ifons) Jan. 24. N..S. THE Deputies of Zurick and Bern are ac laft fee out on their Return home, having been conduced 1 art of their Way, on Sunday Morning, by a great Number of our principal Burghers. Concord feems to be reftored among us j but we are fearful it is in Ap^ pearance only, and then it will be fhort-Jived : For as to the Promifes made the Deputies above-mentioned, that all Things {hall remain upon the Foot they have nqw fettJed them, 'tis well if they are not forgot by that time the Deputies are got home ; a mighty Loop hole being left in what is done, by the Deficiency of the Confent of fome of the Towns. Moreover it is apparent, thac when once the Imperial Minifters are arrived, the Auftrian Party will carry all before them ; though the Gentlemen of the Hofpital declare, they will ftand up for their Liberties to the uttnoft of their Power ; and therefore hope his moft Chriftian Majefty-will fend a Minifter hither without Delay, whom they will (econd in his Negotiations. Bafil, Feb. 1. N. S. Yefterdaytwo Deputies of this City (et out,for Arau, to confer with thofe of Bern about feveral Innovations And Grievances arifing from the Toll. Gibraltar, fan. 4. N. S. Admiral Caven-diftl continues in this Bay, with 4 Englifli tylen of. War j and fixteen Merchant-Ships have been driven in by tempeftuous Weather, which we have had for feveral Days fucceflively. We have frefli Letters from Barbary, which advife, that all remains quiet there and that the Price of Provifion is considerably abated, Gnce the Arrival of fome Ships laden with Corn. Cadi%, Jan. t 7. N. S. The laft Letters we received from Mexico are of fo old a Date, that they contain no Remarkable News; but we daily expecl: to bear that the Flotilla, which failed hence in the Month of Auguft laft, is arrived at Vera Cruz. The three Dutch Men of War, under the Command of Commodore Scbryver, continue in pur Bay. Seville, Jan. 19. N. S. On the 16th Inftant, Count Coningfek, the Emperor s Am-baifador, had an Audience of the King, and afterwards a Conference with his Majefty's Minifters; at the Qonclufion of which he difpatched an Exprefs to the Court of Vienna. The Genoeze Abbot Paretti is nominated by our Court, to go and refide at that of the Duke of Modena. To-morrow their Ma-jefties and the Princes are to go Caftleblaneo, to divert tbemfelves with Hunting for id Days; after which we (hall hear whether they will fiiortly return to Madrid, as the People of that City flatter tbemfelves, or ftay in Andalufia, which is moft likely ; for neither is any Order yet given forgetting ready the ncceflary Baggage-Waggons and Horfcs, nor is any other Preparation making for the Court's Removal; fo that we are apt to give Credit to the Report, that their Majefties will go again to the Ifland of Leon, and ftay there till the Departure of the Infante Don Carlos for Italy. Madrid, Jan. 23. N. S. The Members of the Council of the Indies here are in Expectation of an Exprefs To morrow from Cadiz, in order to draw up the Difpatches in their Secretary's Office, for the Departure of one of the Argues Ships for America, only with Letters, and forrie Orders of the Courr, concerning the Navigation of Foreigners upon thofe Coafts, purfuant to the Treaty of Peace lately concluded; to the end the faid.Orders may be known in New Spain, before the Fair for Sale of the Goods brought by the Flotilla that failed from Ca* diz in Auguft laft. Mofcow, Jan. 16. N. S. On the nth Inftant, being New-Year's Day, according to the Old Style, the Czar, the Princefs his Spoufe, and the Princefles of the Blood, received the Compliments of all the Nobility and Minifters upon that Occafion; after which they went to hear Divine Service, while the Cannon were fired ; and at Night we had Illuminations all over the City. The Duke of Liria is preparing to let out in the Month of March next, and will fpeedily have his Audience of Leave for that purpofe. General Weisbach, before his Departure for Vienna, was gratify'd with the Character of Field-Marfhal, with the Order of St. Andrew, and with a Penfion of xo.ooo Rubles. Prince Nariskin, and feveral other Officers fet out hence, the idth Inftant, for Aftracan, of which Province be is faid to be made Viceroy* and alfo of the Kingdom of Cazan, and the Province of Derbenr. Oar laft Letters from Tobolskoi confirm the Death of Prince MenZikofF. fVarfaw, Jan. 28. N. S. Yefterday the Senators and Minifters of the Crown met again, purfuant to their laft Adjournment; when the Primate made a Morion for fending two Deputies to fuch of the Foreign Minifters as are in Town, to defire to kr.ow their Inftru&ions, and what they bad to propofe, that tbey might receive the Sentiments of the Senatus Confilium, thereupon ; but we have not heard the Refult of that Motion. General Zullich, Minifterof Sweden, is arrived here; and the Mlnifter of the King of Great Britain is hourly expected. Vienna, Feb. 1. N.S. Orders have been fenrto the Hereditary Countries, to furnifh the Troops defigned for Italy with what Provifions tbey {hall want. We are now told, that General Wallis, Commander in Chief of the Imperial Troops in Sicily, who is at prefent hero, will have the Command of the Army in Italy. That General affifts at all the Councils of War, as well as his Brother Count Wallis, who is Governor of Tranfylvania, 'Tis moreover reported, that Prince Eugene of Savoy will go to Italy this Year, in the Quality of Vicar General. The new Levies are carried on with good Suc-cefs ; fo that the Imperial Troops will foon be complete. The Archdutchefs, eldeft Daughter of their Imperial Majefties, having been let Blood, is recovered of her late In-difpofition. The Count de Kufftein, Member of the Aulick Council, is not going to Sweden, as has been reported ; but we are allured, that he will (hortly fet out for divers Courts of Germany, to execute a Commiffion on the Part of bis Imperial Majefty, in relation to the Affairs of the prefent Juncture: The Count d'Uhlefeld, Member of the fame Council, is likewife preparing for his Departure to Rome. They write from Hungary, that the Rebels of Croatia, who lately took and plundered the Caftle of General Czacki, are entirely dif. perfed. French* fort, February 8. N. S. All the Imperial Officers wbofe Regimenrs are in Italy, have received Orders to fet out for that Country before this Month is at an End. An Exprefs has pafs'd tbro* this Place for Vi* enna, with Difpatches of Importance from Count Sinzendorf at the Hague. Hamburgh, February 7, N. S. They writ* from Peiersburg, that the two celebrated Italian Painters in that City had received Orders to repair to MofcoWj to draw the Pictures of all the Royal Family. Tbey add� that over and above the Eitare which the Czar had before given Baron Ofterman in Livonia, he has given him 2 others in Efto-nia. We hear the prefent Congrefs of Brunfwick is like to meet with as bad Sue* cefs as that which was form'd there fome Years ago 5 for the Difficulties incteafe u> ftead of diminiftiing. Hague, February 11. N. S. The States of Holland continue their Affembly. On Friday Night laft, the Count de Chiufani arrived here, in the Qualiry of Minifter of the King of Sardinia j and Yefterday Morning he had a Conference with their High-Mighti* nefles President for the Week ; when, it is faid, he delivered in his Credentials. The States-General hare appointed a Faft Day* as ufual, for Wednefday the 8ch of March next. An Exprefs from. London is gone through this Place for Hanover. LONDON. The Home Circuit in Lent is fettled as fof-loweth. Hertford, Monday, March 2, at Hertford. Iffix, Wednefday, March 4, at Brentwood* Kent, Tuefday, March 10, at Rochetfen Suffex, March 16, at Eaft Grinftead. Surrey, March 18, at Guildford. On Thurfday laft died at Tilney-Hall iri HarapQiire the Lady Craven, Wife of the Right Hon. the Lord Craven. The great Caufe that was to be heard Yefterday before the Lord Chief Juftice Eyre at the Court of Common Pleas, between the Lord Abergavenny and Mr. Liddeil, is deferred to the Sit* tings after Term. Yefterday at the Eoard of Admiralty feverat fuperannuated Seamen were minuted for Greenwich Hofpital. Yefterday, according to the Will of Sit George Merrtns, deceafed, the Bluecoat Boys of Chrifts* Hofpital dined on roait Veai, being the Anni-verlary of the Birth of the late Queen Anne, Sir George having left fo much per Ann. for ever for that Purpofe. Thurfday Night laft a Gentleman going along Lombardrtreet, had his Pocket picked of his Handkerchief by one of the Sharp-, rs of the Townf in which was tied up a confioerable (Quantity of Mony, which he inftantly miffing cry J out; on which the Sharper betook to his Heels, but wat ftop'd in Gracechurch-ftreer, by whi
                            

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