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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 13, 1730, London, Middlesex                                .88f. on rants Monday, April 13, 173b. JTejlerday arrived tie Mails duc^from France and Holland. Vienna, April 5. N. Si THE Bifhop of Bamberg and WurtZ-burg is gone to Neu-Scbonborn, where be purpofes to tarry till the ' � 25 th Inftant, when the Emperor will remove, with the whole Court, to Luxemburg. The Prince of Furftenburg, bis Imperial Majefty's Principal Commiffioner to the Diet of the Empire, will fet but in a few Days for Ratisbon, to exercife that important Office three Years longer. When the Tur-kifh Gonful had an Audience of the Emperor the other Day, he prefented to his Imperial Majefty a Letter from the Grand Seignior, wherein the Sultan gives him rhe ftrongefi Affurances that he is refolved ftridtly to maintain the Treaty cf Paflarowitz: The faid Con-ful at the fame time delivered aLetter from the Prime Vizir to Prince Engene of Savoy. Duke Anthony-Ulrica of Saxe-Meiningen arrived here the 2d Inftant They write from Italy, that the firft Column of Imperial Troops were arrived in the Mantuan ; that frey extended themfelves towards the Frontiers of Tufcany j and that they were fo potted, that tbey could form a conflderable Army in two Day's time, to march into the Ducchies of Tufcany or Parma, in cafe of heed- They talk here of railing fome new Regiments j and that the Emperor will fpee-dily nominate the Generals who are to command his Forces in I;u!y. It is propofed to form an Army of Isnperialifts of the Troops }n the Netherlands, to cover Luxemburg and thofe Countries; and we flatter ourfelves, the Princes and States of the Empire will furnifh out an Army fufficient to guard the Towns thereof. Men whifper a Marriage between.' the Electoral Prince of Bavaria and one of the Emperor's Daughters. We hear the King of Sardinia defigmi to form a Camp near Turin. Berlin April \\. N. S. The Count de Degenfdd, Minificr of State to the King; and Son-ir.-Law to the late Duke of Schom-berg, is nominated to go to London, on the Part of his Prufiian Majefty. *Tis generally reported here, that there will be an Interview in June next, between the Kings of Great Britain, Pruflia, Poland and Sweden. Paris, April 19. N.S. Upon Gaffer-Day at Noon the Abbot de Goazennor, Chaplain to the Kins, and Abbot of Chativay in the Diocefe of Bonrges, died fuddenJy in the Church of the Nuns du Cherche, after having laid "Mafs. Laft Week, a young German Nobleman, going ro fee rheCaftle of Maifbris, belonging to the Prefident of that Name, and the Draw-Bridge not being well faften'd, he fell into the Moat, and broke an Arm, a Shoulder, and a Leg ; but his Valet-de-Chambre, who was with him, and alfo fell into the Moat, had onlv a flight Contufion. The Count he St. Maure has carried his Caufe in-rhe Parliament of Burgundy, againft the Marguisde Bourdeilles, about, the Right to an Eftate of 20,000 Livres a Year. In the Night between .the 8th and 9th In* ftant, therer happened a Fire in the Stables of the Marchiohels du Chateler, whereby it Coach Hoffes* were "burnt to Death; as was alfo a Jockey, who being in Liquor, is fiip-pofed to have fet the Stables on Fire.     - A Gentleman and a Lady of Quality have been lately feized and tarried to the Baft'ileV On the 12th, the King took Pbyfick by way of Precaution j and the Queen was let Blood the 17th. That Day (ifth) his Majefty'dined at Petitbourg, on his way to Fonrainbleau. The Camps which were to be -formed. . rora, com ^jsoon,; the Richard 01 lar-mouth, Ramfdel, for Oporto. Yefterday arrived the Edward and Mary, Derham, from the Canaries.   Wind N. Deal, April 11. Remain rbeK*enr, Wheeler, for Guinea, and the Edward and Mary, Dir-ham, for--; all the others failed Yefterday with the Jofeph and Ifaac, Burton, for Barbadoes ; the Globe,' Moore, for Gibraltar, and the St, Anthony de Freto for Bilboa. This Morning came down the A-merica, Noble, for New England, and'the Lady Amelia, How, for Jamaica. Yefterday arrived in Dover Road the Thomas and John, .Fergufon; from'Berwick.   Wind S. W. . LON D ON.-  Of the Ten Malefa&ors that were condemned at the SeffionVin the Oid-Bailey which ended the. 2d of March,' "the fix following are. Ordered for Execution on Friday next, viz. .Peter Rivers and John Carter for robbing Henr� Howard on the H'ghway. William NewconSV, for Felony and Burglary, in breaking into the Houfe oFMr, Hoare a banker in Fleet-ftreer. . Ferdinando Shrimpton and Robert Drummorid, for a Robbery on the Highway, and for the Miirther of Mr. Tyfon of Hackney's Coachman; who are both to, be hanged in Chains near the Pla^e where the; faid'Murther and Robbery were committed. And frands Hackabout likewife for the Highway. But .Francis Charteris,, Efi^J hath obtained his* Pardon. , Richard Hanfon is repretved in order rq Tranfportarion.Elizabeth Doyle is reprieved/ e"n& Stephen D'owdell died in &e#ga& . Valentine Horpin was laft Friday committed to Newgate by Juftice Hilder, for breaking into fome new built empty Houfes at {he Corner of Kirigft. eet, Holborn, and fiealing thence, ieveral Leaden Weights fiom ,lHe Window Shutters and Doors. '.         � ; * � ,   � One William Sharlock, who was cpncernec| ~with him in the faid FaSs, hath mads htmfelf gb Evidence, and is commuted to New Prifon. The fame Day one Mary Wa ifworih was corns.. mitred to Newgate for having two Husbands both living.^     .  . ,,?�., On Saturday laft rheir Majeflies with the Priri-ceffes Amelia and Carolina went to R.chmondj and dined there, and returned n^aityin the, Everi= ing about Seven of the Clock ro St. James's. , Laft Saturday Mr. Juftice Reynolds airlv'd ia Town from Bury St, Edmonds. . This hay the Hon.. William Pulreney, Efi|j Member of PaiKament for Heydofl in Toikfhirej fets out for the Bath. .... On. Saturday laft d'ed Thomas Stanhope, Efqj. pne of the Brothers of the Lord Harringtor^ at His Houfe in Conduit- ftreet. The fame Evening the Priricels Royal wentto" the Opera. We hew their Majefties will go Windfor few Days after the Pailianient breaks up, Order$ being given to have that Palace fitted up for their -Reception by the Beginning of next Month , On Friday next the Second and Third Regiments of Foot Guards are to be riiuftered in Hyde Park, and at the lame time they will be reviewed by the Field Officers. ..... Saturday laft his Royal Highnefsthe Prince of Wales, attended by a great many of thrNobtj lity, walked for a conflderable time in St. James's Park- 'The fame .Evening Mr. Crevf, one o?hi$ jefty's Meffengers, arrived wi h ah Expiefs frorti Stephen Poynri, ERj; his Majefty's Plenipotert-tiaty at the Court of France. On Saturday laft was held a Regimental Court, Martial ac White hall, at which feve,fal private Ceritinels of the sd Regiment of Foot-Guaiids were tried for iSIegleft of Duty, ..    , On . Friday laft George Roufon was tried a J Hicks's Hall for a Rape on a Child of c' years' old, and was featenced to be Whigt twice fioiif Iflington Turh-pike ta the Church, and ,.to bs kept to Hard, Labour at Clerken.well Bridewell for one Year. ^ ,     (. Yefterday died Mr. Serjeant Mcrley, an enit-minent Praclitioner�in the Law. � � The fame Day Thomas Walker and Willl3in. Walker were committed to Newgare by Jultjce Gifford, for prefenting a loadsd Piece to a Gentleman's .Breaft, and'demanding his, Money;.as was alfo Ann Tompfon, by Juftice Bre field, for ftealing ?s. out of a-R-oom at Hampttead? V O T E   of ^he'Hotife of Coiimons of I&laM jHAT Mr. Speaker, do ifTue his VVarraii!; _   to the Clerk of the Crown, to make out a Writ to the Sheriff of,   this Parliament: >fpt the Bdrough of Maryborough in the faid Cotlnry^ in fheRoom of Robert-figit, Efq; deceas'dv ^ ... A Meffage from the Lords by Mr. .Stepiens and Doftor Rileyt That,the Lords have, Ra/s'd, a;. j|ill; entitled, An 48 to dlffolvt the Mafria^e aft Jofeph Auftin of ihe City of Cork,   Merchant^ with Mary Mitchell, /arid to enable him to,m/trr% . hgaix,< to which': tbey defTre the Concurrence of this Houfe.. v      y Th� fame .was read .accordingly,* andlords?-'.    , ed to be read a fecoud time to Morrow M&ri-/, � Ordered, That Mr. Speaker do iiTue mV" rant to th'h Clerfcv of the Crown,; b make Wt4   

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