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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - March 20, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Courant* Friday, March 20, 1729-30, Rome, March 4. N. S. THE Tumult formerly mentioned, in which a Servant of the Princefs Raleftrina was killed, has fince been entirely appeafed by the Af-fiftance of the Horfe and Foot Guards.  On Friday the Sacred College held another Congregation in the Veftry Room of Sr. Peter's Church, wherein Signor Negroni, Treafurer, and Signor Sardini, Commiffary General at War, were difmifs'd from their Offices ; and Signor Sacripanti fubftiruted in the.room of the former, and Signor Ricci in that of the latter.  On Saturday the- Cardinals Heads and others met again in Congregation, and chofe Father Gafparo Cerati Confeffor to the Conclave.   At the fame time the Purveyor, Butler, Baker, and Steward of the Palace were fent home.   The Pope's Corpfe having been expofed three Days in the Chappel of the Bleffed Sacrament, was removed into the Choir by the Priefts of St. Peter's, and laid in a Coffin of Cypreis Wood; which, after they had put in feveral Parcels of Gold, Silver and Copper Medals, in three Purfes, as ufual, was faften'd up, and depofited in the Vault over-againft that of Innocent VIII.  Duke Perelli, a great Confident of Cardinal Cof-cia's, having received an Order to depart this City in 24 Hours, and the Territories of the Church in 3 Days, is gone Poft to Vienna ; tho' the Refolution for fending him away thus, was prefentiy recall'd, as a Step of the rafheft fort.   The Abbot Ifoldi, Auditor to that Cardinal, difappears.  The Counts Mi-ferti and Perucchi, two eminent Farmers of the Cuftoms,   being  fome thousands  of Crowns in Arrear to the Chamber, are al-moft out of their Wits, and ran in their Fright to the Chevalier de St. George, defiring his Protection ; but he would have nothing to fay ro rbem.   The Count de Giraldi, Farmer of the Tobacco Duty, has received Orders -from the Cardinals to pay in 60,000 Crowns, upon Account of what he is in Arrear to the late Pope.   Signor Carolis, Commander of San Spiriro, is likewife fummoned before the Cardinals ; but we know not upon what Occafion.   A Berlin was obferved to appear in the Garden  of La Minerva, which, it feems, was Signor Santa Maria s, who went to the Princefs Sobieski's Confeffor, and, after the Ave Maria, retired to the Duke de Gravina's Palace upon Monte Savelli j but meeting with a Rebuff here, he returned to the Cioifter of La Minerva, where the Father General would not for a while admit him ; but at laft be granted Refuge both to him and to Cardinal Fini.   The Marquis del Buffalo, who was turned out of his Place of Poft-Mafter-General, is returned hither from Sienna; and the Marquis de Carolis, who now enjoys that Office, has removed all bis Plate to the Bank call'd here Monte de la Vieta ; but whether by way of Security, or otherwife, is uncertain;   The Ambaffador of Bologna has made Excufes to the Sacred Col-ledge, for the Conduct of bis Son the Chevalier Aldrovandi, in accompanying Cardinal Cofcia ro Marino j from whence his Emi-nency went to Ciftema, to feek for Shelter at the Palace of Prince Caferta, and to ask Pardon for the Affronts that had been put upon him.   The Prince generoufly forgot all, and received and treared him like a Cardi-ral; bur at the fame time acquainted the S*cred ' Co)kge therewith.    On Sunday Night ten Carts and feveral Waggons went backwards and forwards more than once, to carry Cardinal Cofcia's fine Furniture and Plate from the Marquis Abbati's Palace to Genoa, March 4. N. S. ved here two Expreffes frou after they had left feveral Pacq Government, they proceeded, ti; 'ay arri-and. Caftle St. Aneelo ; and Two Commiffarie^ Turin, and the other for Lisbon. O � _ _ -- 1 � �        1    � I LA       ___ day we received Advice, by the Arrival uf a Veffel from Nizza, that the King of Sardinia had given Orders from fitting out his Gal-lies at Villafranca. On Thurfday arrived here 4 Englifh Ships, one of them a Man of War with a new Ambaffador on board for Constantinople. Deal, March 18.   AH in my laft remain, are fent to Benevento, to fequefter the Effaces and Effects which the faid Cardinal and other Benevenrines have there. Moreover, the Viceroy of Naples has been written to, to ftop Payment of the.Money his Eminency has lodged in the Bank there. All the Money Cardinal Fini has in the Bank of this City, has not only been fequefter'd; but his Eminency and Signor Santa Maria have had No- ticejgivenftbem, that they muft refund to the with the Rye Man of War pur back. Ye-Datary the 200,000 Crowns they received fterday arrived the Alexander and Ann, Cly-for difpatching Bulls for the Bifhopricks, and mer, from Virginia. This Day arrived the other Benefices in Savoy, which they ought   Malaga Merchant, Goldmg, from Malaga, who advifes that 9 or 10 Sail more are not far off. Put in a fmall Ship unknown from Maryland, bound to Scotland.   Wind S. Grave/end,  March ;8.    Faffed by the' Pleafant James, Morris,  from Sevil j the not to have appropriated to themfelves; and Signor Saminiari is order'd to infpect and examine all the Sentences and Decrees made by Cardinal Fini and his Auditor, while bis Eminency was Auditor to the Pope.   The .      . . Auditor to Cardinal Lercari, Secretary of   Blackmore,Stephen Elliot, from Aliczr.t; the. State, is order'd to fufpend the Execution of   Amey, John Allen, from Holland ; the Ann, - -  -     - -       - Thomas Hutchinfon, from Malaga; the Wil- liam and Elizabeth, John Smith, front Guernfey ; the Julian and Anna, Fiecec Ziebes Zeeman, from Amfterdam; the Douro, Thomas Landifield, from Oporto j and the Sarah, Matthew Blake, from Lisbon. the Decrees made in his Office. 'Tis even faid, that all the Bulls and Briefs figned by Signor Maiella, inftead of Cardinal Olivieri, Secretary of the Briefs, who look'd upon them as unlawful, and therefore refufed to fign them, will be declared null and void: The Chapter of St. Peter s have prefented a Memorial to the Sacred College, praying that Signor Santa Maria's Canonry in that Cathedral may be vacated; and the firft Stone, laid by Cardinal Fini under Saint Dominick's -Statue in the faid Church, is actually taken out. The Abbots Ramoni and Valerio Loiali are removed from Caftle LONDON. Yefterday was held a General Court of the Bank of England, when their Governor acquainted them, That it was the Opinion of the Court of Directors that a Dividend of Three pet Cent, might be made for the Half year ending at Lady-Day next; the Warrants to be iffueJ St. Angelo to the new Prifon 5 and notwith- an^ Tde payable on or before the 16th or A-n    i-      �   b  e   f u -u  e l.    �j    pril:   which was accordingly ordered.    The ftanding the Brief which the former obtain d   g ove'rnor then ac uainted th*� that che Direc- of the late Pontiff, Signor Giouanni Paulo Anguilla is reftored to his Place of Farmer of the Duties upon Fifti ; and che Cafhier put in by the Abbot is difmiffed. The Cardinals Heads have taken off the Duty of Soap, and quainted tors had judged it incumbent on them to ac� quaint the Proprietors that there Was no Expectation of their continuing fo large a Dividend. Nathaniel Heme, Efq; who died in Spain, was buried laft Wednefday Night at St. Dionts the Farmers thereof, who are pretty deep in   Backchurch, in Fenchurch-flreer, in a very hand Arrears, are gone off. The Architects of the Chamber are to examine the Accounts of the Beneventine Architects and Matter Builders, to tax their Bills, and mark out fuch Articles as they judge to be unneceffary, in order to fave Money. Cardinal Barberini has lent one of bis Domefticks to Prince Caferta at Ciftema ; and a Footman of that Prince is fince arrived, with fifteen Letters from Cardinal Cofcia to the Cardinals here. On Thurfday Morning, the folemn Obfequies fome manner; the following Gentlemen bore up the Pall, viz. Sir Charles filackwe!!, Edward Knipe, Fifq; Randolph Knipe, hCq; Bartholomew Burton, Efq; John Baker, hfq, Bakzar Lyell, Efq; On Wednefday Night died at his Houfe in Bedford-Row, Richard Mead, Efq; an eminent and rich Merchant of this City. We hear that Willram Hawkins, Efq; of A-bingdon in Berks, is fhorrly to be married to Madam Jtnnengs, a Widow of good Fortune. Yefterd3y the Lords of the Axlmir airy appoint- for the late Pope were begun in the Vatican, ed Mr. Crck, Carpenter of his Majefty's Sloop at which the facred College were prefent.   the Otter, to be Carpenter of the Roebuck Man of War. This Day at Noon will be held a General Council at St. James's Upon fome Iriffl Bills. The lame Evening will be held a Committee of Council at the Cock-pir, Whitehall. William Wentworth, Efq; is appointed Captain Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Dragoons commanded by Major-Genera 1 Gore, ill the room of Capt. Friend, who hath refigned. And Capt- Blunt, late of Major.General Bif-iet"s Regiment now at Port Mahone, is appointed Lieutenant in Major General Go e's Regiment, in the room of Lieutenant Wentworth. A new Regulation is ro be made with refpsft torhe Fees in taking out Mediterranean Paffes. Laft Night their Majcfties, his Royal Highnefo the Prince of Wales, and feveral others of the Royal Family went to rhe Theatre in Drury-lane to fee the Tragedy of The Fair Penitent. Afterwards the Cardinals held ibeir ufual Congregation, wherein  Cardinal Cofcia's Anfwer was read ; and we are affured, bis Eminency will come to the Conclave as foon as his Health will permit.   Prince Chigi, Great Marfhal of the Conclave, bad an Order written with the late Pope's own Hand, importing, that he fhould not raife any Soldiers during the Conclave, but make ufe of the Guards; and that he fhould ne-verthelefs be allowed 1000 Crowns a Month, as ufual: But the Congregation of Cardinals have refolved to al'ow him no more than 200 Crowns a Month, with 400 Soldiers to guard the Concave. Yefterday Morning the Venetian Ambaffador went in Stare to the Cardinals Heads, to execute a Commiflion on the Part of his Republick, and to deliver his Credentials to their Eminencies.   

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