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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - March 27, 1730, London, Middlesex                                . The Daily Courant N�. 8881: Friday, March 2.7, 1730. Tefterday arrived the Mail due from France. Lisbon, Feb. 23. N. S. ON the 15th Inftant, the Queen, ac-company'd by the Prince and Prin-cefs of Brazil, the Infante Don Pedro, and the Infanta Donna Maria-Francifca, went  to the Jefuites College, where Father Don Diego Joza pronounced an eloquent Oration, it being the Anniverfary of of the Princefs of Brazil's Entry into this City.    On the 16th, her Majefty went with the Princes and Princeffes of the Royal Family to take the Air ac Bellasj the 17th, at Campo-Pequeno, and the 18th in the Park of Alcantara, where fhe took the Diverfion of Hunting.   Don Rodrigo Antonio Figuereido de Alarfaon, Lord of Otta, and Great Alcade of Covilhaon, was married the 21ft Inftant to Donna Louifa Coutinbo, Lady of the Bed Chamber to rbe Princefs of Brazir, and Daughter to Don Philip de Soufa, {formerly Captain of the King's German Guards ; and Dpn Ferdinand de Soufa Coutinbo, Count de Redondo, and Vifitor of the King's Houfhold, is fhortly to be married to Donna Maria-Antoinette de .Menefez, fifth Daughter to Don Diego de Menefez de Tavora, Vifitor. of the Queen's Houfhold.  Don Francifco de Mello de Ca-ftro, who returo'd hither laft Year from the JEaft Indies, died the 17th Inftant. Madrid, March 14. N. S.   On the 5 th Inftant, the Infante Don Lewis and the Infanta's Donna'Maria-Terefa and Donna Ma-ria-Antoinette-Ferdinanda, fee out from Se-ville for Marchena, which Place they did not reach till the 6th in the Evening.   The fame Day (6th) their Majefties, accompany'd by the Prince and Princefs of the Aufturia's, and the InYantes Don Carlos and Don Philip, fet out alio from Seville for Marchena, where they arrived about Nine o'Clock at Night. They were receiv'd there under a Triumphal Arch by the Magiftrares at the Head of the principal Inhabitants j and after having heard their Speech, they went to the Duke d'Ar-cos's Palace.   All the Streets thro* which they pafs'd, were illumirrated and adorn'd with Tapeftry. The King goes a Hunting in the Neighbourhood every Day, there being great Plenty of Game.   On the 10th, an Exprefs went thro* this City from Rome, to carry the News of the Pope's Death ; and thenexc Night arrived another Fxprefs from Mofcow, with Advice of the Death of the Czar Peter II. and that the Dutchefs-Dow-ager of Courland bad been proclaim'd ts fuc-ceed him.   The King has granted to Don Jofeph de la Torre and to Don Jofeph Pe-drofa, Auditors of the Royal Chancery of Valladolid, the two Offices of Alcade of his Majefty's Houfhold and Court. Verfailles, March 30. N. S. On the 25 th Inftant, being the Feaft of the Annunciation of the Bleffed Virgin, the King heard Mafs fung to Mufick, and afterwards was at Vefpers, in the Chappel of the Caftle.' The. fame Day, the Queen was at Mafs in that Chappel; and her Majefty received the Communion from the Hands of the Cardinal de Fleury, her Great Almoner. In the Afternoon, the King and Queen heard a Sermon preached by the Bifhop of Cifteron. The 26th, being Palm Sunday, their Majefties heard Mafs fung to Mufick in the Chappel of the Caftle. On the 291b, their Majefties heard the Canal of 23000 Torfes in Length, which he fame Prelate preach again. had made near Villeneuve Si. George j but The King has-given the Abbey of Noftre- the Archbifhop was difappointed of his De-Dame de Madion, of the Order of St. Bene- fign. di�tr in the Diocefe of Xaintes, to the Ab- This Day will be try'd before the Parlia. bot de Ja Core'e, Vifitor-General of the Car- ment the Caufe between the Man that was melires j that of Puyferrand, of the Order hang'd 25 Years ago, and his Wife and her of Sr. Auguftin, in the Diocefe of Bourges, lecond Husband. By the Death of tie Count de Caraman? a Penfion of n,coo Livres a Year, which he enjoy'd as Governor of Courtray, reverts to the Crown ; and the Marquis de Cara-man, his Nephew and Heir, who is Scn-\o Law to the President of the Parliament,' comes into an Eftateof above 100,000 Livres a Year. M. de Vaftan, IntendaDt of Caen, who was nominated Intendant of Champagne, having ask'd the King's Leave to ftay ac and the Abbey of Bonlieu, of the Order of   Caen, his Majefty has granted his Requeft; Ciftertians, in the Diocefe of Mans, to Ma-   and M. Le Peletier de Beaupre, who v%as to to.the Abbot de Coetlofquet; that of Cour-Dieu, of the Order of Ciftertians, in the Diocefe of Orleans, to the Abbot de Belle-font, his Majefty's Chaplain ; that of Baffac, of the Order of St. Benedict, in the Diocefe of Xaintes, to the Abbot de la Vigerie 5 that of Jofaphat, of the fame Order, in the Diocefe of Chartres, to the Abbot de la Baftie; the Priory of Beaulieu, of the Order of St. Auguftin, in the Diocefe of Rouen, to the Abbot Bridelle, Great Vicar of that Diocefe; dame de Muy. The King has granted to the Marquis de Beringhen, his Firft Equerry, the Office of Lieutenant-General in the Government of Burgundy, together with the. Town and Citadel of ChaJon-fur-Savone, which the Marfhal d'Huxelles has refign'd. . His Majefty has nominated M. Trudaine* Matter of Requefts, Intendant of Auvergne. Paris, April 1. N. S. M. Peter-Paul de Riquer, Count de Caraman, Lieutenant-General of the King's Armies, Great Crofs of the Royal and Military Order of Sr. Lewis, formerly Lieutenant-Colonel of the Regiment of French Guards, and' Governor of Courtray, died here the 25 th pa ft, aged 84 Years. M. Henry Boucher d"Orfay, Brigadier of the King's Armies, and Captain of one of the Companies of Grenadiers in the Regiment of French Guards, died the 20th of the fame Month, in the 50th Year of his Age. James de Caffagnet-Tillader, Marquis de Fiemarcon, Knight of the King's Orders, Lieutenant General of his Majefty's Armies, Lieutenant General of the Province of Rouf-fillon, where he commanded, and Governor of Mont Lewis, died at Leidloure about a Fortnight ago, aged 71 Years. M. de Grave/les, Lieutenant in the Regiment of French Guards, is made Ayde-Major of the faid Regiment, in the room of M. Boiflbn, who is made a Captain ; and M. de Vaudreuil is nominated a Lieutenant, in the room of M. de Gravelles. go to Caen, is nominated Intendant of Champagne. We are inform'd, that the King's Declaration will fpeedily come out, to oblige all the Beneficed Clergy to accept the Conftitu-tion Vnigenitus within a limited Time, upon pain of being deprived of their Livings. On Low Sunday the Abbot de Saleon is to be confecrated Bifhop of Agen, by our Archbifhop,. in his own Chappel. The Actions are about 960 Livres! On the i8tb paft, after the King had given Audience to the Ambaffadors and other Foreign Minifters, be held a Council of Finances; after which bis Majefty dined-in Private, and then went a Shooting towards Molineaux, and from thence to the Menagerie, where his Majefty fpentfomc time. The French Comedy and the Concerts will be lefc off at Court upon Eafter-Eve. A Commiffion is nominated, for examining the Perfons committed to the Baftile, for a&ing contrary to the King's Orders, in relation to the Premio's or Depofits of Actions. Deal, March 25: No Ship in the Downs? Laft Night arrived the Cayon, Hows, from Sr. Kirs, This Morning arrived the Rofe," Benner, and the Dove, Vetry, both from Oporto.  Wind S. Grave fend, March 25. Pa fled by the Endeavour, John Tow2ell, from Bilboa ; the Juftice, Reyntie Holies, from Amfterdam ; the George and Mary, George Hill, and the Rofe, John Bennet, from Oporto; the Mary,' The Court goes into Mourning this Day   yofan'Cranwdj   an�j the Townfhend, Tho for the Death of the Ciar, and afterwards lor that of the Eleftrefs-Dowager of Bavaria, the King's Great Aunt, who died lately at Venice. M. Tibautot, Lieutenant General of the Artillery, is fhortly to be married to Made-moifelle de la Vieuxville, Daughter to the Marquis of that Name. The Duke de Mortemar having obtained the King's Leave to retire, he hasrefign'd his Office of Firft Gentleman of bis Majefty's Bed- Chamber, to the Prince de Tonnay-Cha-rente, his Son, who bad it in Reverfion. His Majefty has given the Bifhoprick of CarcaiTonne. to the Abbot de Bezons, who quits his Abbey of St. Jouy de Marne, in the Diocefe of Poitiers. On the 24th paft, the Prefident Morel carry*d his Caufe in the Great Chamber, againft the Archbifhop of Sen9, who by virtue of Letters-Patents claim'd a Right to a   April. mas Kelham, from Rotterdam ; the Kathe-rane, Jobti Taylor, from Calais; and the Succefs, Richard Morfield, from Dorr. LONDON. Yefterday the Honourable Houfe of Commons adjourned till Thurfday next; and the Houfe of Lords to Tuefday Sennight. The fame Day^the Sittings ended m Chancery, and this Day the Lord Chancellor fees out for his Seat at Ockham in Surrey. On Wednefday Nighr, about Ten of the Clock, one Mr. Lank of Stepney was fee upon by fome Foot pads in paffing over Iflington Fields, and robbed of all his Money, excepting 3 d. By the laft Letters from Antigua,, dated the latter End of January there is Advice, that though they had about that time very fine Weather, the Crop was backward ; and 'twas thought that no Ship would fail from thence for Great Britain with Sugars before the Beginning of , � fs\.- ..V7V -   

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