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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 15, 1730, London, Middlesex                                e Daily Coiif ant* �0 Wednefday-j April 15% 1730. Tejlerday arrived the Mail due from Holland. fyme, April i. N. S. SINGE Cardinal Bencivoglio's putting the Negative upon Cardinal imperiali, every thing feeros to confpire to. the Election of Cardinal Marefofchi, who has a confiderable Party, and againft whom/ we are told, the Crowns have no Exception. Me4n while we do not expedr. the Ele&ion will be over, befqr'e the Arrival of all the Foreign Cardinals.   On Friday Signor Ali-berti, Governor of the Conclave, difpatched an Exprefs to Leghorn, by Order of the Cardinals Chiefs; the OcctGon nor certainly known, tho* 'tis faid he is to inform hirhlelf, whether they hear any thing there of the Departure of the Potrugueze Cardinals.   The fame Day, Cardinal Bentivoglio and  the, Marquis de Monteleone fent an Exprefs to Spain, to acquaint the Court with the Step bis Eminency bad taken in relation to the Choice of Cardinal Imperiali.   On Sunday Cardinal SinzendorfF arrived here from Vienna ; and the next Day Cardinal Cofcia came to Town from Cifterna, accompan ied by the Prince of Caferta, and guarded by a Detachment of 2* Soldiers: His Eminency was fet down at the Convent della Tranfportina, where be was complimented upon his (afe Return, on the part of Cardinals Barberini and Albani, and by the other Cardinals of the Conclave : The Great Conftable and molt of the Nobility went like^ife to pay their Refpe&s to his Eminency ; and 'tis not doubt-td but all his Effects, which were carry'd to the Caftle of St. Angelo, will be reftored to him, except his Papers^ for Which, however, he is more clamorous than for any thing elfe. On Wednefday the Cardinal de Bifly arriv'd here from France j and Yefterday bis Emi. neocy and Cardinal Sinzendor^" went into the Conclave j as Cardinal Buoncompagno had done the Day before.   We fee here the Copy of a Memorial that has been prefented to the facred College by the Clergy and People of Bonevento, fetting forth the great Diforders that have been introduced into that Diocefe, and praying the faid College to remedy the fame by another Form of Government, they not being able to live (as they exprefs it) under that of their Archbifliop, and much lefs under that of Signior Cofcia, bis Vicar-Generai: But we hear that Cardinal , Cofcia, Archbifliop of Benevento, has forbid them to receive any Orders but his own, upon pain of Excommunication. Petersburg, March %7. N. S- Capr. Be-rtngs, an Officer in the Sea-Service, return'd hither the 28th paft from Kamtfcharka,whither he was fent by the Czarina Katherine, pur-fuant to the Orders of the Czar Peter f. to examine the Frontiers of that Country, which ftretch towards the North Eaft, and to endeavour to difcover, whether, as fome imagine, they are join'd to the North Pare of America, or whether any Paffage may be made that way by Sea. That Captain fet out the 5th of February 1725, with feveral other Officers,, Engineers^ Seamen and Soldiers ; and arriving at Ochotskoi, upon the otmoft Confines of Siberia, he built there, in the Spring of the Year 1727, a VefTel, in which he crofs'd the Sea of Penfinski, and .got fafe to Kamtfchatka.: The next; Spririg (1718) he built upon the River Kamtfchatka another Veflel, with which he fteer'd towards the North-Eaft, according to his Orders, and Went as far as 6j Degrees: 19 Minutes of the \Jiii una.. Drefden, April 11. JV. ^, 1 nt �....gs Journey to Frauftadt continues fixed for the 15th Inftanr. The Preparations for the Camp at Muhlberg rre incredibly great * and 'tis computed the Expence of that Review will amount tb about Five Millions of Crowns. When it is over, we are told, 6000 Saxons are to march in order to enter into the Emperor's- Service. Some Days ago a Waggon-Load of Money arrived here from Prague. Schajfhaufen, April 12. N. S. 'Tis reported, that the Popifh Cartons will furrrifh the Emperor with two Regiments to ferve in the Milaneze. They write from Spain, chat M. de SJis was treating with the Minifters of tlm ' ourr to raife 16 Companies of Swif-fers or Grifons of 150 Men each. Hanover, Apnl 14. N. S. Private Letters from Berlin advife/rhat as foon as the Audience which the King had given to Sir Charles Hotham was over, bis Majefty declared that he and the King of Great Britain . fhould have a better Underftanding than ever. As for the Double -Marriage, they ex. peel it to be declared every Day. We are affured the Carrel which has been interrupted, or is expired, will be renewed in the Treaty of Accommodation j between the two Electorates, and held fo facred, that if any Officers prefume ro infringe it, tbey will be fe-verely punifhed. Two Days ago went thro" {his Place 15 Saddle-Horfes, on their way .to Berlin from Holland   and We hope th'e Roads uill foon be free again for all hiJ Proifian Majtfty's Subjects, Civil and Military.   Our Garrifon-Chuich being too fmall; it is going to be pulled down, and a much, larger built in its room; the King and the Prince of Wales having bountifully contributed toward that good Work.   M. de Ade-leblen, Major of Dragoons of this Eiectd-. rate, is going into the Service of the King of Poland, who has given him a Regiment of: Foot. v ... Frankfort, April 16. N. S. Yefterday an Imperial Mandate was pub/ifhed here; whereby all Foreign Levies wbatloever arfe forbid, and no Men are tO be raifed this Year! .without the Emperor's Commiilion. The Exportation of Horfes, and of Ammunitions is likewile forbid, throughout the Circle df the Upper Rhine. Clevei, Aptil 15. N. S. A great nurabet of Imperial Recruits from Hungary, Sile�-fin, and other Countries, are coming dowd to the Auftrian Netherlands, where they ex>' peel: a confiderable Reinforcement of Impe* rialifts, befides the Auxiliaries of a certain Prince of the Empire. Deal,   April 13.    Remain   the   KenfJ Wheeler,  for Guinea;   the Lady Amelia; How, for Jamaica ; the American, Noblef . for New-England ; the Tom and Jack, Fer-gufon, for Orders.   Laft Nighc laiied, the Edward and Mary, Dirham for--i This Day failed, the Betty, Friend, for Oporto j the P10vider.ee; Steward, ( o be Captain-General and Governor in Chief of his 1 Majefty*s Province of North. Carolina ih^Ai rica. And William Tailer, Efq; to be his^ Lieutenant-Governor of his Province ant ties of Maflkchsfets Bay in New-Ef   

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