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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 3, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. NQ 8929. WednefHay, June 3, 1730. are fometimes made in Temporal Affairs " by Authority of the Sovereigns. Neither " can they fuffer them to pafsoff fo. They " may, Jays the Thefts, Teem improperly " named, becaufe Kings do not allow tbem-" felves to be iubjedt in Temporals even to " General Councils : Quas tamen non nifi " improprie di�las forte quis dixerit, cum ne-i quidem Conciliorum generitlium judiciis in temporalibus Reges Jubjici Je patiantur. ' Thus, on the one band, they would 1 make us believe the Appeals to future Councils in fo'ftie fore contrary to the independent Power which the Sovereign ' has to maintain himfelf; and on the '* other hand, they explain themfelves con-' cerning the Independency of his Tempo-' ralities, as if it might be doubted. They ' ought to have faid, his Temporals are in-dependent; whereas they only fay the " Prince does not allow bimfelf to be fub-" jeel:. They fubftitute in the room of the " Independent Right which Sovereigns hold " of God alone, an Independence de fatlo, " grounded only upon Temporal Force. " Laftly, What are we to think of the " Expreiiions they make ufe of in another " Article, where they give a Character of the " Conftitution Vnigehitus ? Et juxta defini-" tiones in ea contentas, Cbrijlianorum omni-" urn fidem ejfe dirigendam : As much as to " fay, The Faith of all Chrifiians is to be go-*' vern'd by the Definitions therein contained. They run into Extremes; and not fo zealous, perhaps, for the venerable Authority of the Bull, as for fome private Opinions of the Schoolmen, wbich they conFbjjwid'with the other, they furnifti thofe that refift with Weapons, and create a new Difcord more dangerous than ever. " Thefe, Gentlemen, are the principal Reflexions we have made upon the Perufal' of this Thefts. Our Duty to the King, our Country, and our own \iiniftry, engages us to lay Hold on this Opportunity to appear in Opposition to the Extremes Men daily run into. From what Quarter foever they come, they cannot be tolerated without a Train of difmal Confequences. The Conclufions we leave, with a Copy of the Thefts, wilj fhew you what we thought ne-ceffary to propofe to the Court. The Counfel being withdrawn; A printed Thefts, entitled, Conclufiones Theologies de veritate Chrifiians (3 Catholic*. Religionis, &c. being read ; The Court has arretted and ordained, that the faid Thefts be iuppref-fed, &c. Done in Parliament, May 10. 1730. Sign'd, YSABEAU. Drefden, May 17. N. S. The Duke of Wirtemberg, General in the Service of the Emperor, who ufually refides in this Country, having received Orders to repair to the Imperial Court, came to Town Yefterday from the Gamp, to fettle fome Affairs, and return'd this Day to the Camp, to take his Leave of the King, whence he will go di-re&ly to Vienm. Befides the Electors of Cologn and Bavaria, who are expected in --- . - --i the Camp of Muhlberg, we hear the Elector from JefusChri/r, of Triers has likewife refolv'd to fee that " If in the XVth Article they take Notice gne signt. and chus there wU1 be five 0f the of Appeals to a future Council, they go no principal Electors of the Empire together, *i farther than not to difapprove thofe, which namely, Triers, Cologn, Bavaria, Saxony �� � it and Brandenburg. Some Days ago z6 ycung Divines, named by the Confifi.o'ryp let out for the Camp, as Preachers; the Pretident of the Conliftory having firft recommended it to them in the moit prefling mariner, not to fay any thing that may give Offence to thofe of differenc Perfualions, efpecially during the chree Days of celebrating the Feaft of the Jubilee of the Cor> feflion of Augusburg. Colcgn, June 2. N. S- M. Andrew Frankin of Sieltorf is appointed Vtcar-General of this Archbiflioprick. They write from In-fpruck, that on the 23d paft, 4 Troops of the Regiment of Dragoons of Lichcenlteyn march'd thro' that Place, together with a great Number of Journeymen Bakers; for Italy. The Battalions of Guido Staremberg, Old Daun, Haberftein, Wilfek, and Sickingen are march'd mio the Dutchy of Luxemburg. x Duffeldorp, .June 2. N. S. The Count of Natfau Weiibuig is gone to the Camp of Muhlberg with a greac Retinue. Our Magistrates have received Orders to taue a certain Number of wi.'d Horfes, which are. plenty enough in the Woods of this Dmchy, the Elector Palatine defigning to make Pre-fents of them to fpme Foreign Princes. They write fft*m Manheim, that the Count de Kufftein was* fee out from that Place, having finifh'd wirh Succefs the NeooriationS he was charged with on the pare of the Emperor. Paris, June 2. N. S. We fee here a Third Letter printed at Grenoble, from the Arch-biihop of Ambrun to the Bifhop of Senez, wherein he exhorts him to follow the Example of fo many great Prelates, by reconciling himfelf to the Head o( the Church, and to the Epifcopal Body. Hague, June 6. N.S. Two Regiments are named, viz. Swartzenburg and Crom-inclin, to make part of the Quota of this State puifuantto the Treaty of Seville. Admiral Perez having made good his Credentials and Powers from the Hmperor of Morocco, has agreed with the States for the Redemption of the Dutch Slaves for a Sum of about 40,000 Guelders, which are to be paid at Gibraltar, to which Place the Siav^are pro* mifed to be brought and delivered u:\ Yefterday in the Evening arrived the Mai! due from Holland. Rome, May %o. N. S. T^HE Intereft of Cardinal Corfini being fup-ported by France arid Spain, Cardinal Cienfuegos has put the Negative upon hinv in the Emperor's Name, in Return for the King of Spain's putting the Negative upon Cardinal Imperiali. The Emperor's Party are for Cardinal Ruffb; but there i^ no Likelihood of a fpeedy Election. Cologn, June 6. N. S. We hear the 8�oo Palatines defigned for the Emperor's Service, have received Orders to be ready to march to Italy upon the firft Warning. Deal, June 1. Remains the Afliento, Gouldsborough, for Buenos Ayres. Yeiter-day failed through from Hull the John and Mary, Moyle, for Bourdeaux. Wind �. S.E. Gravefend,
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