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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 6, 1730, London, Middlesex Th e NQ 888y: Oh Saturday arrived the Mail due from Holland j as did Teflerday that from France. ' Mofcow, March 16. N. S. TH E Duke de Liria, Ambaffador of Spain, is preparing to tecum home fome time in May next. Yefterday Count Wrarifhu, the Emperor's Ambalfador, bad a Private Audience of the Czarina, wherein fhe declared to him, that fhe approved of all the Resolutions taken before and fince her Acceifion to the Throne, concerning the March of the 30,000 Men defign'd for the Service of the Emperor bis Mailer; and his Excellency has ibis Day fent an Exprefs to carry that News to Vienna. Vienna, March 29. N. S. On the 14th, a long Conference was held at Prince Eugene of Savoy's, upon the Affairs of Italy. .The Court having receiv'd repeared Complaints of the Diforders committed by the firft Detachment of Imperial Troops upon their March to Italy, Circular Letters have been written from the Council of War to the Officers of the Troops that compofe the Se. cond Detachment, now upon the Route, enjoining them to fee that the Soldiers obierve an exact Difcipline, and give ho ground of Complaint. 1 zoo Recruits arriving at Bot�en when there was a Fair, they behaved them-felves very infolencly, and pretended to hale . there ; but a Battalion of Staremberg, that arriv'd there about the fame time, obliged them to* proceed on their March. Yefterday the Remainder of the Equipage of the Troops defign'd for Calabria and Sicily, was fent away for Fiume. Some Letters from Spain advile, that that Court had refolvcd to (hip off 36,000 Men to fupport the Introduction of Spanifh Troops into the Dutchies of Tuf-cany and Parma. Letters from Hungary confirm the former Accounts Of the Motions that the Turks begin to make upon the Frontiers ; but they can make no Conjecture at their Defigns. Berlin, April z. N, S. Brigadier du Bour-gay, Minifter of the King of Great Britain having receiv'd an Exprefs from London the 28th of laft Month* be immediately dif. patch'd another to- Hanover, to Sir Charle Hocham; Envoy Extraordinary of his Bri rannick Majefty, to communicate to him tb -Exchange of the Subjects and Soldiers that are reclaim'd on both Sides j which Declaration is to the following Effect, twj. IS Majefty has been inform'd of the " Declaration made by Order of the King of Pruflia to thcCongrefs of Brunf wick by M. Mjlitis, dated the 28th o! February laft t And tho' bis Majefty mighi have demanded, with ail the ground; of Reafon both in Juftice and Ecjuity, that after the Minifters of the molt Serene Arbitrators bad examined the Men claim'd on his parr, who are actually at Brunf-wick, the Exchange of fuch as fhould be adjudged to him by the Decifion of the faid Minifters, againft the Pruffian Strbal-tern Officers and Soldiers arretted by way of Reprizal, fhould be made at one and the fame time.; nevetthelefs, iris*Mijjefty,-the better to fhevr his Moderation, and ing Articles. 1. " The Minifters Plenipotentiaries of the moft Serene Arbitrators fhall, wichouc delay, proceed to the Examination of the Men reclaim'd on the King's part, as hlector of Hanover, who are now at Brunf-wick: And immediately after that Examination, they fhall determine, whether " they ought ail to be reftored to his Maje-*' fty, or whether fome of them fhould be " excepted. 2. '* After tbis Decifion, the faid Minifters Plenipotentiaries fhall caufe the Prnf-Gah Subaltern Officers and Soldiers arretted " by way of Reprizli, to be fet at Liberty ; " and the next Day, they fhall caufe fuch * of the Men as are reclaim'd on the part "of his Majefty, as Elector of Hanover, " and are adjudged to him by that Decifion, " to be deliver'd to the Perfons commiffion'd by his viajefty for that purpofe. 3. " Provided, however, that his Pruf-" lian Majefty fhall likewife agree to the " foregoing Articles, and previoufly declare " to the Congrefs of Brunfwick, that all " the Differences referr'd to the faid Congrefs " are rhp�-u"----- and that no other � << �t < *< 41 tl U it �( 1 iven Ordcps for � jreac Quunticy ot Powder and Other Attiolu-iicloh co be lent-to Magdeburg. Hague, April 1 r. N. S. Laft Thurfday in Exjjrels from Berlin uenc through this .^iace for London, wirh Ad vice that the Dif-:erence$ between thfi Courrs of Pruifia and Hlanover were as good as ended. 1 he Ge-ieral Count Hompelch, Governor of Bois-ie-Duc, has been in Conference again witH their High-Mighcineifes Deputies. J hr States of Holland relume their Aifembiy on Thurfday nexi. Pan's, April 12. In the Night between the 3d and 4th Inttanr, a Perlon well drels'd was kill'd in the Place Royalle. M. de Rais, Surpeon in Fauxbourg Stx An-thoine, going co Verfailles rhe 29ih paftj! wich^bis Son, about 9 or Years ot Age^ they were murder'd and robb'd in the Parle of Meuddn. Our laft Letters from Rome idvife, thai that the Court of Spain bad pne the Negative upon Cardinal fmperiali; that the French Cardinals were arrived there; that the Cardinal de Rohan' alighted ac the Palace formerly the Ambaffador of Fort > ;'s-and that he went into the Conclave the Day; after his Arrival; as did alio Cardinal Coicia; being guarded from Cifterna, by a Detachment of Soldiers, at his. own Inftance, to prevent the Mob's infulting h'im a leconti time. Thofe from Madrid, of the aStH paft, fayi' the Court had been obliged co hay 4 Days ac Anciquera, on Account of the General Colds from whicn hardly any Perioti tvas exempt; bdt their Majefties and their Highnelfeg being got pretty well again, they fee but th� 20th in the Afternoon, and lay at Loxa; where they refted the 21 ft ; and the next Day they proceeded to Santa Fe, purpofing to tt&ca Grenada the 23d. The Marflial d'Uxelles died the 9th ifi tE8 Morning, after a long Indifpofition; Deal, April 3. This Day arrived the ltfaf-cjuis, Merry, from (>allipoli; Patio; Groft venor, from Lisbon, laft from Portirnouth ^ the Jofeph, Evans, from Cadiz for Hamburg j the Genoa, Brame, from HamburghT for Leghdrn. No Ship in the Downs' buc the two laft. Wind S. by _ Deal, April 4. Remain^ tfie Genoa; Brame, for Leghorn ; the _St. George, Ro� bercs, for Lisbon the Sea Nymph", Flo" er,-for Guinea; the Charming Jenny,- Reinfty"/ for Gibfaltaf. The Jofeph, EvansN .Jailea Yefterday for Hamburgh. Wind S. W;- LONDON. r Hi^ Majefty has beeri pleafed, tb appoint BeWa jamin Keehe, Ef^; now his Majefty's Minfffe* Plenipotentiary at the Court of Spain, A/fPfur Sterr, Efqi one of the Repfefenrarives in Parliament for i'lymouth, and John Goddard,- Etq; a keprefentative for Tregori^; two *er^ em'.'nene Merchants, to be his Majefty's CornmiflPirie^ to 'treat With thofe of his Catholick Majefty, concerning fuch Matters as, bv the "treaty of Seville, are referred to the Examina'tiori, DiTcufli-on and Decifion of Commiffiries to be appointed for that purpofe 6'y h'is Majefty arid the fsjing of Spain. .. . n n John Crookfhanks,, Ef
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