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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 8, 1730, London, Middlesex                                aily Courant* N� 8943; Monday, June 8, 1730. "On Saturday Evening Arrived tbe Mail due pom France. Paris, June 14. N. S. HE Companies of Grenadiers of all the Regiments of Foot quar-ter'd near the Camps of Horfe, are ordered to repair to the (aid Camps, for which the Infpectors are actually fee oar, to pafs them in Review. The King and Qncen, the Dauphin, and-Mefdemoifelles de France, are in a perfect State of Health. M. de Gramont, who was lately made Firft Prefident of the Parliament of Grenoble, is to pay Madame de Berulle, Widow of the late Firft Prefident, th*e Warrant for jdo,ooo Livres, which he had upon\that Office. The King has granted a PenGon of 200 Livres a Year to the Widow of M. da Bois, a famous Baffoon of his Majefty's ChappeL Count Koningfek continues to have frequent Conferences with the Cardinal de Fieury, and the Armament and Embarkation of the Troops are fufpended fill the Return of an Exprefs fent to the Court of Vienna. Tbe Countefs de Cafteja, Wife to his Majefty's Ambaffador in Sweden, died fome Days ago. In the Night between the 5 th and 6th Inftanr, three Robbers were feiz'd in the Suburb of St. Germain, who are faid to belong to a very numerous Gang ; the Caprain whereof goes by the Name of Capuchin, and the Lieutenant by that of Fidele, (Faithful) and we hear that one of thofe in Cuftody knows them all. Laft Week, M. Petit the Surgeon took off the Wen upon the young Princefs of Baden's Cheek, who is as well as can be expected. The Operation was perform'd in three Mi-�utes. The Marfiul de Coetlogon was buried the 9tb, in the Church of Sr. Sulpice. He has left Money or Annuiries to all his Domefticks, and confiderable Legacies to the Poor. The Soldier of the Regiment of French Guards, who infulted a Domeftick of Sen-hor Barrenacbea, Minifter of the King of Spain, ran the Gauntlope laft Week, and was afterwards fent to the Galleys. On the totb, another Soldier of the fame Regiment was fliot for Defertion, and a third ran the Gauntlope for other Mifdemeanors. The Durchefs d'Ufez and her Daughter hearing at their Seats in Provence, that the Prince of Conti and the Princefs his Mother were arrived at Orange, they went to meet them, and conducted them to Toulon and Marfeilles. The Parifli of St. Germain de l'Auxerrois having received 1000 Crowns of the*,King,s Bounty for releafing Prifoners for Debt, upon Occafion of the Dauphin's Birth, 1000 Crowns from the Receivers-General, and the like Sum from the General Farmers, befides Private Charities, they have difebarged for Corpus Cbrifti Day this Year, 416 Prifoners for Debt. The Actions rofe on Friday laft to 1400 Livres and upwards, but are fallen again to i37o. Letters from Rome, of the 24th paft, ad^ vife, that the Sacre*d College defign'd to raile Cardinal Pico dtlla MirandoU ro theT/rfM; but it was very much apprehended that Cardinal Cienfuegos would put the Negative upon him alio in the Name of the Emperor, which will fee tbe Sacred College as backward as they were the rirft Day. Letters from Madrid, of tbe 30th, bring nothing Marerial. The Courc was (till at Soto de Roma. Mofcovo,' May 15. N. S. Among other Fealts lately made here on Occasion of the Czarina's Coronation, her Czarian M?j-fty gave an exceeding magnificent one Yefterday. The Count de Leewenwolde, Great Marfhal of the Court, had the Direction of the Apartments and their Ornaments, which he performed with a general Applaufe; and M. Sau-veplan, her Czarian Majefty*6 Matter Cook, had the ordering of tbe Table, which was extremely admired, for its Elegance of Tafte and Beauty of Contrivance, by the Czarina, the two Princeffes her Sifters, and by the whole Courc The Table, which confirmed of 56 Covers, form'd an Oval empty in the Middle. On the Inner Edge of the Table was an Amphitheatre of 3 Steps of Green Turf, adorn'd with curious China Flowers* and Chryftals of Jellies of all forts of Colours. On the 4 Flanks of the Table, were Supporters which ferved as Attributes, and re-prefented the Virtues proper for fo aufpicious a Day. On tbe Infide of the Table were 2 Fountains of perfumed Water, which fell into Bafons placed upon Grafs Plots, adorned with Flowers and Jellies, wherein were a great many forts of Fifh (porting, which afforded a very agreeable Diverlion. There was plenty of the moft exquifite Wines of all forts; and after Supper they open'd the Ball, which lafted till Day-light. AH the Foreign Minifters, the principal Lords and Ladies of Court and Country, were there. To-morrow our Rejoicings will be concluded with a grand Entertainment, to which 400 Perfons are invited. After Supper, a fine Firework is to be play'd off,4whicn will be followed by a Ball. The Czarina made a great Promotion upon her Coronation Day j to wir, of five Generals in Chief, who are, Prince Ju-fupoff, M. Tzernichovv, Gallofskin, Man-conof, and Ufchateof; three Lieufenant-Ge-nerals, the Prince of Hefle Horn burg, M. Borotinskoi and Hocbmit; two Brigadiers, and two Admirals. Her Czarian Majefty has .moreover nominated Prince George Tru-betskoy, Count Gallofskin, and M. Bafilt Nowafilkof, Iwan de Meyden, Stephen Wel-jatrrrof, and. Alexis Dafchkof, Privy Coun-fellors. Laftly, fhe b?s named feveral Coun-fellors of State. Stockholm, May 29. N. S. The King is" ftill at Carelsberg, where his Majefty will fpend the Whitfun Holidays. The young Count deLippe is arrived here from Caffel j and 'tis faid the King wit) give him a Colonel's Commiffion and a National Regjmenr-There are likewife come hither two Deputies from the Regency of Hefle-Caffel, to re-fide here conftantly, his Majefty having re-folved to eftablifh a Council here for governs ing his Territories in Germany: Vienna, May 31. N. S. The Regi ment of the General Count d'Alcaudette having received Orders to march from Hungary to Friburg, one of the four Battalions of which it is compofed, arrived the 27th Inftant, with a Company of Grenadiers of the fame Regimenr, in the Plain of* Hannen Vielen near Laxemburgb : Their Imperial Majefiies and the Archdutchefies went thither the fame Day, ro fee them. The Emperor was on Horleoick, and the Archdutcheffes in an open Chaile. The General Alcaudetre having drawu up ihe Barra-Iion, he put htmfeif at rheir Had, with Count Scbtti, Lieutenant Colonel of that Regimenr. Their ImperialNMaj*,fties and thrir Higbneffes vvdre received with the ufnal Ceremonies, and, then pais'd through all the Ranks ; after which, the Battalion filed off before tbe Emperor, who appeared extremely well pleafed with the fine Appearance they made. The Battalion having halted rhe 28th, march'd again the next Day, rih their Way to Friburg. The Emperor has conferred upon Count George Erdodi de Mon^cro-kerek the Office of Keeper of the Crown of Hungary, which has been vacant three Years, by tbe Death of Count Adam de Collohitfcb, Yefterday Prince Alexander of Wirtemberg; after having aflifted at a great Conference at Laxemburg, took Leave of his Imperial Majefty, and fet out on. his Return to Belgrade; They write from Fiume, that one of thd Battalions of the Regiment of Lord, another of Wirtemberg, and one more were failed thence for Sicily, with 1 rob Recruirs. They add, that they had received Advice, thai: a Ship which failed from that Port fome time ago, having on board a great Quantity of Ammunition and 400 Croatian?, was caft away upon tbe Coaft of Sicily, and but i Men faved. IHatisbon, June 5. N. S. The Dy^ nai not met for fome Days, becaufe of the Whit^ fun Holidays; but the refpective Minifters have held feveral private Conferences amnnff thefnfelves. Some time ago, two Private Perfons retired out of the Territory of Salty-burg, upon Account of Religion; fince whicb they defired tbe Evangelick Body to intercede in their favour, that they may have Leave to fell the Eftates they left behind them* and that their Wives and Children may bis fent to them, whereas they are at prefent de* tained by Force: Whereupon the Minifter of Saxony fent his Secretary to the Minifter of Salrsburg, tbe 17th of February laft, with a Memorial in favour of thole poor Men* but that Gentleman refufed to receive it, under pretence that he had Orders to reject fuch fore of Memorials; adding, that if thofe Perfons had any Grievance to complain of, they might apply themfelves to the ordiriiry Courts of Juftice: Hereupon the Evangelic^ Body hive written to the Archbifliop of Salrsburg, complaining of his Minifter's Proceeding, and defiring that he will, in ptfrfcU ance of rhe.Conftitutions of the Empire, or-' der his Officers to permit the Wives and Children of the faid Perfons to' go ro then? Husbands, and give them Leave to fell their Eftates, (Sc. This Letter is dated *he iid of April, and plainly demonftrates the Jufticq of the Demand of thofe two Perfons. Deal, June Yefterday came down Sndj remains the Mermaid, Burchill, for Africa 3 and this Day came down the Chefter, Hir*� peri for Ancigua 3 and the Don Francifi^/ $alt�#   

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