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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - March 4, 1730, London, Middlesex V. � The Daily Courant N�. 88 fore ; but gilded with the Name of Publick; , Credit, the better to pafs on the unthinking Part of the World, and to defraud them of their Eftates. Lisbon, Jan. z6. N. S. /~\N the 22d inftant, the King and bis BrO-ther the Infante Don Antonio vifited the Church wherein is kept the Body of :St. Vincent, whofe Feftival was that Day 00-ferved. On the 20th, the Queen, coming, from St. Sebaftian's Church, met the Vicar of the Parifh of St. Mary Magdalen return-ing from a Sick Man's Houfe, to whom he had given the Viaticum} whereupon her Ma-jefty got out of her Coach, and attended the Holy Sacrament to the Church on fooj.' On the 2tft, Articles of Marriage were fign'd between Don Rodrigo Antonio de PiJ gueiredo y Alarcaon, Great Alcade of the City of Cavilbaon, and Donna Louifa Joanna Coutinho, Lady of the Bed-Chamber to the Princefs of Brazil, and eldeft Daughter of Don Philippo de Soufa, Lord of Calha�f riz, formerly Captain of the King's Gew man Guards. Don Antonio de Mello de Caftro, Commander of Fornellas of the Order of Cbrift, will fhortly be marry'd to Donna Maria de Vilhena, Daughter.of Don Rodrigo de Cofta, formerly Viceroy of the Portugueze Settlements in the E
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