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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - February 18, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant NQ. 8848. Wednefday, February 18, 1729-30. Tejierday arrived tbt Mail due from France. Paris, February 12. N. S. MDe Ja Citardie, Lieutenant in the King's Regiment, is ap-^ pointed Aid. Major of the fame, with a Caprain s Commiffion. M; De Chevecoeur, who is Lieutenant Colonel of that Regiment, is going to retire, with a Penfion of 6cco Livres a Years; and M. de Cadeville, Captain-Commander of the id Battalion, is made Lieutenant-Colonel in his room. M. Charpentier de Enery, Brother of the Marchionefs de Breteuil, was married laft Week to Mademoifelle de Furfay, Sifter to the Countefs de Montcbnfeil. It is not the Daughter of M. des Granges, Matter of the Ceremonies, that the Prefident de Corberon is to marry, but his Lady's Niece. All the Colonels have received Orders to have their Regiments complete, and to repair to their refpe&ive Pofts in the Month of April next. The Dutchefs de Sforza has divided her Eftate between the Duke de Nevers, the Marquis de Mancini, and the Dutchefs de Etrees, her Nephews and Niece. Her Place of firft Lady of Honour to the Dutchefs of Orleans, is conferred upon the Dutchefs de Nevers, who is to have the fame Adartmenr in the Palais fyyal, as the Dutchefs de Sforza enjoy'd j and fhe refigns the Apartment flie had in the Old Louvre to the Dutchefs d Errees, her Sifter-in-Law. The French Comedians acted CalUJihenes for the firft time the 18th Inftant. They were to have play'd ic the 15 th j but M. Le Grand, one of the principal Actors, was taken with an Apople&ick Fit. Laft Week, M. Tourton, who about a Year fince gained a confiderable Caufe a-gainft M. Teluflbn, died fuddenly in the Company of fome Gentlewomen with whom he had dined, in the Suburb of St. Germain. The Tryal between the Phyficians and Surgeons of this City is to be ended this Week, the Advocate General having been heard to it the 17th. M. Henry de Fages, Abbot de la Cour-dieu, of the Order of Ciftertians, in the Diocefe of Orleans, and formerly Comptroller General of the Finances of the late Duke of Orleans, died at Montpellier the fecond Inftant, aged 89 Years. s The Duke of Lorrain made confiderable Prefenrs ro the Duke of Orleans's Gentlemen and Officers, who ferved and attended his Royal Highnefs during his Refidence in this City. That Prince alfo fent a Sum of Money to the Opera, and to the French and Italian Comedians. The Actions were fome Days ago at 1495, but are fallen again to 1470. The Contracts for Perpetual Rents are 40 per Cent. They write from Seville the id Inftanc, that their Catholick Majefties, the Princes and Infanta's, who went the 23d paft to Caftelblanco, which is a Days Journey from Seville, continued there when thel'e Letters came away, taking the Diverfion of Hunting in the Mountains in that Neghbourhood ; and that Don Jofeph Patino, who has the Direction of the Sea Affairs, was making the neceflary Preparations for the Embarkation of the Spanifti Forces which are to be tranfported to Italy. Deal, Feb. 16. Remain the Blandford and Rye Galley Men of War j the Happy Jane, Ichtngham, for Sevill 5 the Judith, Holland, and the William and Catherine, Lawrence, both for Barbadoes ; the Friends Adventure, Manby, for Virginia ; the Fortune, Gill, the Profperous Solomon, Richardfon, and the Three Sifters, Fletcher, all Th/ee for Gibraltar; the Mary, Jennings, for Genoa j the Britannia, Peddie, the Pearl, Diamond, the. Thomafia, Thorogood, the Don Fran-cifco, Salter, all for Lisbon ; the Nathaniel, Harle, for Venice j the Dragon, Faulkner, and the Ann, Errington, both for France; the Endeavour, Hartley, for Malaga; the William, Uriel, and the Ruby, Chambers, both for Maryland ; the John, Smith, for Jamaicaj the Manfel, Trevifa, for Antiguaj the Cato, Jell, for Leghorn; the William and Lynn, Allen, for Oporto. Yefterday put back the Southampton, Poirier, for Jamaica. This Day arrived the Betty, Friend, from Oporto. WindW.S. W. LONDON, Febr. 19. The following is the Effeft of the Correfpon- ,;-. As was alio a Packthread-Spinner in the Parky Southwark, for throwing a Pair of Pinchers aC his Son and fplitring his Scull. Thret
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