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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 4, 1730, London, Middlesex aily Courant. N� S888. Saturday, April 4, 1730. C ,,, .ji s tiojpitai. Hildren put forth Apprentices and difcharged out of Chrift's J Hofpital laft Year 106 - t8 -4115 - r-------- . Ten whereof were inftruct-�d in Navigation, and put forth Apprentices to Commanders of Ships. Children buried - - - Children now remaining under the 7 Care and Charge of the faid Hofpital j"1114 St. Bartholomew s Hofpital. Cured and difcharged from St. Bartholomew's Hofpital laft Year of( wounded, maimed, fick and difeafed,f in all - - - - - - . Buried, after much Charge in their? Iflnefi----_--j* 309 Remaining under Cure at the Charge^ of the faid Hofpital - - - J 6l* St. Thomas's Hofpital. Cured and difcharged from Sr. Thomas's Hofpital in South wark laft Year of wounded, maimed, Qck and difeafed Perfons - - - Buried from thence, after much Charge in their Sicknefs - - Remaining under Cure at the Charge of the laid Hofpital - - - Bridewell Hofpital. There have been received into the Hofpital of Bridewell this laft Year,i Vagrants, and other indigent miferable* People, all which have had Pbyfick/ and other Relief at the Charge of the* Hofpital - �- -� - - Maintained in the faid Hofpital, and brought up in divers *- ~~J Trades at the only Charge Hofpital, Apprentices, 3*1 aid Hofpital, v ers Arts andY ge of the faid C 87 Bethlehem Hofpital. Admitted into the Hofpital of Bethleo hem laft Year diftra&ed Men and> 133 Women - - - - - j Cured of their Lunacy and dif- \ charged thence, feveral of whom have ( �. been reliev'd with Cloathing and C * Money at their Departure -: 2. DiftraCted Perfons buried laft Year/ after much Charge in their Lunacy^ 36 and Sicknefs - - - - 3 Remaining under Cure at the"� Charge of the faid Hofpital - j *� Lisbon, March z. N. S. /^VN the 26th or February, the Queen, *c-companied by the Princefs of Brafil and the Infanta Donna Maria- Francifca, went to hear Mafs and a Sermon in the Church of the Priefts of the Oratory. On the z8tb, the Infante Don Carlos came and dined at Court, and returned in the Evening to Campo-Pequeno. On the 23d, Don Francifo de AmOrin, Knight of Malta, and Commander of the Gommanderie of Chavaon, preferred 0 the King the Falcons which the Great Mater of the Order fends every Year to his Majefty. who, ordered them to be delivered to the Chief Huntfman of this Kingdom. On the 19th, Don Lewis-Anthony de Bafto-Baharem was married to Donna Violante de Portugal, Daughter to Don John Theatin de Almeida. The fame Day, Don John Peter de Saldanbade Olviera, Lord of Caza, married to his third Wife Donna Antoinetta Henriquez, Daughter tb Don Andrew Lopes de Lavre, Great Alcade of the Town of CerblicOi Commander of the Order of Chrift, and Secretary to the CJkramontaio Council. On the iotb, the Ceremony of the Efpoufals of Don Gregory Fefreira deEfa, 17th Lord of Cavaiieros, and Donna Louile Ghera, Lady of her Majefty's Bed- Chamber, and Daughter ro Don Vito, the 21ft Count de Ghera, and ro Donna Eleonora Ifabella de Karzianer. was oerform'd by the Queen's -College, by tac iiKjuiinur-ocncrai, amueu by the Bifhops of Sion and Laren. He had for Godfather the Duke de Frias, Count de Pennaranda, who invited all the Grandees in Town to affift at that Ceremony. The Abbot Perretti has lately taken upon him the Character of Minifter of the Duke of Mo. dena. Leghorn, March 18. N� & The Torring-ton, an Englifh Man War, having on board the Earl of Kinnoul, who is going to Con-ftantinople in the Quality ot Ambaflador from the King of Great-Britain, caft Anchor in this Port the 13 th In ft ant. The next Day arrived here a French Ship in 24 Days from Smyrna, with Advice, that News was brought thither, that Prince Tbamas, Son to the late Sopbi of Perfia, had made himfelf Mafter of Ifpahart. Genoa, March iS. N. S. We Continue to fend Troops from time to time to the Ifland ttf Corficaj to enable the Governor to make Head againft the Mutineers. The Sqdadrcn of Galliesj with which Signor Jerome Ve-nerofo is to go over in the Quality of Com-miflary-General, is almoft ready to fail. That Commiffary is furnifli'd with full Power to redute the Rebels either by fair Mean's, or by Fofcr. Signor Saluzzo, Bifhop of Ba-ftia, the Capital City of Corfica, arrived here fome Days ago from that ifland, with feveral GenoeZe, who carfle over for fear of falling into the Hands of the Malecbntents. Milan, March 18. N. S. Some Days ago, a great Council of War was held in the Pre-fence of the Coant de Daun, Governor of this Dutchy, upon Account of the Imperial Troops that are fhortly expected in the Man-fcuan. Thofe Troops, who are already faid to be arrived upon the Frontiers of Italy, confift of 10.000 Men, fome Horfe, fome Foor, but all Veteran Soldiers; and we bear triey are tb be follow*d by 26;ooo more, We likewife expedfc 8000 Recruits to complete the Imperial Regiments that are in Gar-rifon in the Towns of this State. t Mean while, notwithrlandirjg all theft Motions^ we ftill flatter our felveF, Affairs will be amicably adjufted. The Cardinals Borro-meo and Odefcalchi are preparing to let out for Rome; but 'us doubtful whether Cardil nal Cufani can undertake that Journey, by reafon of bis Infirmities. Venice, March 25. N. S. Cardinal fan-zendorff went thro' this Place the latter End of laft Week, oh his way 10 Rome j and Cardinal Colionirz, who arrived bere the 21ft, proceeded foT that Place "the next Day. This Day being the Feaft of the Annunciation of the Bleffed Virgin* the Doge; aci company'd by the whole Senate, the Ambaf-fadors and Foreign Minifters, aififted at Divine Service in the Church of Sr. Mark, Where the miraculous Picture or" the Virgin; painted by St. Luke, was expofed to Publick View. We have received Advice from Corfu, that the Fleet of the Republick was ftill in that Port, and that the General who com* mands it, had detached two Men of \Vat to go and meet the Merchant-Ships that lately faifd hence, and convey them up the Scales of the Levant. Drefden, March 30, N. S. The Princefs of Radziviiy Coutuefs Dowager of Flem� ming, who lately marry'd Count Wii-ino* wiski, Great General of Lithuania, is expected at Leyplick Fair, with the Count heir Husband, to get in feveral Sums of Mot-?y ftill remaining due to her by the W>'! of the late Count Fiemming, The laft
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