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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 12, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Cbiirahti N� 8947: Friday, June ii, 1736. Lisbon, May n. N. S. ON the ad Inftant, there was a Feaft at Court, it being the Anniverfary of the Birth Day of the Infante Don Carlos, who then enter'd into the 15 th Year of his Age. That Prince came from Campo Pequeno, to receive the Compliments of the Lords of the Court and the principal Nobility ; and in the Evening there was a fine Concert of Mufick in the Queen's Apartment, at which all the Princes and Princeffes of the Royal Family were pre-fenr. On the 3d, the Queen, accompanied by the Prince and Princefs of Brazil, and the Infanta Donna Franctfca, took an Airing upon the Water in the Royal Briganrines. On the 4th, her Majefty went to dine with the Infante Don Carlos at Campo Pequeno. On the yh, fhe wenc, according to Cultom, to pay her Devotion before the Image of Our Lady ofNcccpJry. On the 30th ofiaft Month, began the Feltival of the Beatification of the BlcflVd Peter Fourier, Prieft of the Parifh of Matincourt in Lorrain, which was celebrated iri the Church of the Convent of St. Vincent de Fora of Regular Canons of St. Auguftin; and that Church was prodigioufly crowded for three Days fuccelUvely. Den Francifco Thomas Chriftian de Almeda y Noronha, Vifitor of the Queen's Houfliold, Purveyor of the India Houfe, Lord Donacary of the Towns of Carvalhies, Vcrdemilho, Ilharo, Avelano de Cima, Ferreiros, and Arcos, Commander of Sr. Michael de Rio of the Order of Chrift, died the 30th of April, He married, iri 17:6, Donna Guyomar de Ca-ftro, Daughter of the Count de Calheta, by whom he has left four Sons. His Corpfe was interred the next Day in the Parifh-Church of Sr. Katherine's of Mounr Sinai, the Burying Place of his Anceftors. We have received Advice from Granada, that their Catholick Majefties and the Royal Family continue in perfecl Health at Soto de Roma. They write from Barcelona, that the Prince de Maiierano was expected there in a few Day*, to embarque for Itaiy ; that feven of the King of Spain's Gallics were returned from Majorca, whither they had been to carry the Regiment of Soria ; tliac they were order'd to Tortofa, to rake on board the Regiment of Tamboricb, and cany it to the fame Ifland. 'i hole Letters add, that his Catholick Majefty had made Lieutenant Colonel Don Eftevan de la Torre, Governor General of the Coaft of the Caraques ; and given the Regiment of Horfe of Brabant to the Count Noronha. They write from Tetuan, that the People of the Kingdom of Suz having re-fufed to acknowledge King Muley Abdallah for their Sovereign, that Prince had ordered an Army of 40,0-70 M?n to march againft them, defigning ro put himfelf at the Head cif them the beginning of this Month ; thac he had appointed the Princefs his Mother Regent of thr Kingdoms of Fez and Morccc during his Abfence ; and that the Inhabitants of the [Mountains had not yet fubrnstred, but continued their Excurfions towards Santa Cruz, and tlrac they had had no Trade in that Place for fix Months pafr. Grenada, May 16. N. S. Their Majefties and the Royal Family continue diverting themfelves' arc Soro de Roma j and all that has been mention'd of their Defign to remove from that Neighbourhood, is very uncertain. Upon a great Difference that lately happen'd between the.Corr.egidor, who is the Chief Magistrate of this City, and the Sheriffs, the Corregidor prefented a Memorial to the King, defiring Leave to refign, which his Majefty granted bim7 and appointed the Under-Corregidor, or Alcade-Major, to fuc-ceed him. By the laft Exprefs from France we underftand the Emperor perfifts in his Refolution not to depart a Hair's Breadth from the Quadruple Alliance, which has very much irritated their Catholick Majefties, and wilj haften the Embarkation of the Troops defign'd for the Expedition to Italy. Our Squadron is to corlift of 16 Men of War: The French are to furnifh 30,000 Men, befides 8 Men of War and 6 Galleys : The Englifh will fend out a Squadron of 14 Men of War, with ix Battalions; but the Number of Ships to be furniftVd by the Re-p'ublick of Holland is not yet known. Naples, May Z3. N. S. On Tuefday laft, the German Generals and Officers celebrated the Feftival of St. John Neopomucenus in the Church of the Royal Palace, where they had a fine Band of Mufick ; and the Viceroy and his Lady wenc to Chappel, during which the Cannon of all the Caftles and Galleys were difcharged, and the Imperial Troops were drawn up before the Palace, and fired a Volley. Our Chamber of Accounts have contracted for a Quantity of Provifions for Porto-Ercole upon the Coaft of Tufcany ; and we are preparing to fend feveral great Guns thither, together \vith Carriages to remount fuch as want. Befides the Artillery and Ammunition lately mention'd to have been frnt ro Capua, we fhall furnifh that Place with fix new Mortars ; ar.d Men work ~        '    --t-. :, rhmu7\no iid a Retrench- fay Cardinal v^uiui..,- .....____ others are for Cardinal Ruffo. Perfon pitched upon (as 'tis confidently af- As for the fi'rm'd) by the Cardinals Sinzendorf, Carrier-lengo, and George Spinola, at a pfivare Meet1" ing, we cannot learn his Name, not any other ground for the 5tory, thac Cardinal AlelTandro Albani's looking out of a Windojw-of the Conclave, and calling to the Chevalier Molca in the Streer, that the new Pope was chofe, arid that he would be- declared upon the Return of an Exprefs lent Yeftcrday fe'nmght to the Court of Vienna. Cardinal Caraccioli went privately into the Conclave on Monday : The next Day it was generally laid, Cardinal Pico delta Mirandolla would be Pope ; bur. foon after we underftood he; bad but 5 Voces. Neverthelefs, he made VP fits (it feemsj ro the Camerlehgo and Cardinal St. Agnefe in their Cells, and declared co them before the Crucifix, that being unfic for the Papal Dignity, he would neyer. acceprof it, if they cbofe him : A Declaration be might make with the greater Sincerity ,bccaufe if he did not Iqww that a fufficient Number of his Brethren were of his Opinion as to his V^fit^ nefs, he was very fenfible that the Emperor would put a Spokj: in his Wheel. Cardinal Zondc^ dari's Intereft dwindles, prodigiouflv, which is attributed to the Camcrlengo's Op  titiqnp The Duke de Gravina is fhortiy expected here, to attend the new ,Pope as, pjrince of the.Throne, and to demand what the law Pope his Uncle lefc behind, him, together with 30,000 Crowns which he bequeathed to the Benedidtine Fryers of Beneventov Ye� fterday we received Letters fforh thence,, importing that the Comrhiflary BbhdelmorH te had already gone through eight of t&ei twelve Articles exhibited by that Univerficy againft Cardinal Cofcia and his Underling^ and that h; would give all poffible Difpatca to the remaining Four, thac they may be^ ready to lay before the new Pope for his Decifion. The Chevalier de Sr. George and his Sons are gone to fpend force: time at Albano. .... Genoa, May 27. N. S. They write frorrt Corfica, than the. Malecontents do not few any Inclination to lay down their Arm"?,' neirher will they abate any thing ot their Demands, which are fo extravagant, that this Republick. cannot poffibly comply with them,' without leffening her own Dignity and Authority. Mean while, thofe Rebels are for-; tifying every Day, and furnifliing themfelves with Arms; which Circumftance is the more grating here, becaufe the JSmperor 011 the other hand infills; that this RepnblicR fliall oppofe a Landing of the Spaniards zi Spetia with all her Might, which we can hardly do without breaking the Neutrality we would obferve. Deal, June/10. Remain, the Mermait?,"1 Burchil, for Africa ; the Willia.msburp, Hanr ner, for Gibralrar j the Betty, Blake, and rbj: Don Francifco, Salter, both for Lisbon ; the Leghorn Factor, Arnold, for Sc. Malo; the Benjamin, Somerfet, for Liverpool; the Catherine, Wynn, for Diep ; the Viclory, Pearfe\ for Topfliam ; the William, Oak, for Porcf-mouth ; the Jane, Maccaines, for Havre 5 the two laft put back this Day. Yefterdajjr arrived the Heft'er, Baker, froth Nevis, in 35 Days; the Mary, Newfon, artcf the Hct-bin, Crookendon, both from Barbadoes alio a Ship of 15c Tons fiom Jam-^ica, un^ known.   Wind S, W. blowing hard.   

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