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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 18, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. N� 895*2. Thurfday, jaae iff, 1730. Yefterday arrived the Mail due from France. Lisbon, Ma] 18. N. S. ON the 14th Inftanr, tbe Fraternity of Sc. John Nepomucenas began to celebrate tbe Feftival of bis Ca-nonixatiosv which lafted 3 Days, in tbe Church of tbe German Carmelites of this City, where tbe King, the Qpeen, and the Princes and Princefles of the Royal Fa* only, went to pay their Devotions. Dr. Manuel Pcftana de Vafconcelloa, Defem-jbargador of-the Houfe of Requefts, and Verificacorof the Chamber of Lisbon, died here Yefterday. Father Don Jerome Ca. ftilho, t Jefuite, and Member of the Royal Academy of Hiftory, who bad undertaken to write tbe Ecclefiaftical Hiftory of tbe Biraoprick of Coimbra, died one Day laft Week. An Exprefs is arrived here, being difpatched from Grenada by tbe Nuncio of the Holy See ar tbe Court of Spain, to invite tbe Portugueze Cardinals to the Com clave ; but we are allured that none of them will go to Rome. Paris, June 24. N. S. Tbe King has lately given the Abbey of Ambournay, of the Order of Sr. Benedict, in the Diocefe of Lyons, to the Abbot de Maugiron, Agent of the Clergy j that of Sr. Martin de Pontoife, of tbe Order of Sc. Benedict, to tbe Abbot de Salignac-Fenelon, Archdeacon of Cambray ; that of Bolbonne, of the Order of Cifterti-ans, in the Diocefe of Mirepoix, to tbe Abbot de Chbifeuil, Chaplain to bis Majefty ; that of St. Jouin, of tbe Order of St. Benedict, in tbe Diocefe of Poitiers, to tbe Abbot Cbauvelin ; that of Vallemdnr, of tbe fame Order, in the Diocefe of Rouen, to the Abbot de Valleras, Agent of the Clergy ; that of Chalivoy, of the Order of Ciftertians, in the Diocefe of Bourges, to the Abbot Ter-rifle, Doctor of ASorbonne ; that of Noftre Dame du BoucheTJfof the fame Order, in the Diocefe of Clermont, to the Abbot RoutTer, Canon of Toul ; the Priory of Gigny, of tbe Order of Sr. Benedict, in tbe Diocefe of Lyons, to the Abbot de Sure, Chaplain to the King, and Dean to the Counts of Lyons; the Abbey ofTourtoirac, of the fame Order, in tbe Diocefe of Perigueux, to tbe Abbot de Beaupoil; the Priory of St. Nicolas de la Cbenaye, of the Order of St. Auguftin, in the Diocefe of Bayeux, to the Abbot de Montferrand, Great Vicar to tbe Bifhop of Noyon ; tbe Abbey of Monce, of the Order of Ciftertians, in the Diocefe of Tours, to Madame de Carman; that of St. Julian du Pre, of tbe Order of St. Benedict, in the City and, Diocefe of Mans, to Madame de St. Si-; that of St. Sernin de Rhodes, of the fanje Order, to Madame de Clermont du Bote ; and that of St. Laurence de Bourges, alfo of the fame Order, to Madame de la Roche-Ay mon. On the lid, the Cardinal de Fieury, Mi-nifter of State, went to prefide L tbe AfTcm-bly of the Clergy, who no fooner heard of his Arrival in the Church of tbe Great Au-guftins, but they deputed the Archbifliop of JJourdeaux, tbe Bifhops of Nifme9, Glan-deves, Aucun, Boulogne, and Grenoble, and the Abbots de Chamron, Coetlofquec, Cafte-lanne, Montferrand, Perufly* and Vaulferre, to go and meet him, Thefe Deputies met the Cardinal de Fleary in the Church, and from thence conducted him to the HaH of Aflembly. He took his Place of Firft PreG-denr, and made a very eloquent Speech, to which the Archbifliop of Paris anfwered in the Name of the Affembly. The Cardinal de Fieury held the Chair j and when the Aflembly broke up, he was condu&ed back by feveral Prelates of that Body. Francis Cornu de Bafivieres, Lieutenant* General of tbe King's Armies, Great Crofs of tbe Royal and Military Order of Sc. Lewis, Governor of Rocroy, and formerly Lieutenant of the Life-Guards,' died here tbe 18tb, aged about 6$ Years. - On tbe id of next Month, tbe Court will return from Marli to Verfaifles; and the King will fet out the 5 th for Compiegne, where he wi0 tarry about $0 Days. On tbe ilth Inftanr, the Dauphin took the Air in a Coach, for the firft time, in the Park of VerfaiUes, accompany'd by tbe Ducchefs de Ventadour, and 8 Life-Guards, which is tbe Number fix'd to attend him when be goes out. On the 16th, he took another ainng in "a Chaife, wich Madame de France. Seven little Chambers are making in one Half of the Left Wing of tbe Caftle of Versailles, which is defigned for the Apartment of Mefdamei de France. M. Couftou junior is going to caft the King's Statue on Horfeback. ia Brafs. It is to be done in the fame Ground where the King of Portugal's Bells were caft. On the aeth, at Six in tbe Evening, M. Moran the Surgeon performed the Operation of tbe Emfftma, in the Prefence of feveral Phyficians and Surgeons, on M. de St. Con-teft, CounfeOor of State. On tbe j 6th, M. Compotier was removed from Fort I'Eveque to the Coneiergeriethe being to be try'd by the Parliament. The Abbot de Beaufremont died a few Days ago, by wbofe Death the Abbey of Luxeuil in Burgundy, valued at x*�ooo Livres a Year, is become vacant. The Actions are rifen to about 1400 Livres. On tbe 16th, the Count de St. Matire took the Oaths before tbe King at Matly, for the Office of Vice-Admiral of France. The fame Day, and not before, Don Lucas Spinola, Caprain�General of thV King of Spain's Armies, fet out on his Return to the Court of Spain. The Mufcovite Ambaffador at this Court, is making vaft Preparations for a magnificent Entertainment0which hedefigtisto give the beginning of next Month, Upon Occafion of the Czarina's Coronation, which will Jaft three Days. The Great Prior lends him his Palace of the Temple, where that Minifter will have a grand Supper tbe firft Night, to which all the Lords and Ladies of cbe Court will be invited. There will be one Table of 100 Covers, and after Supper a Ball, and Illuminations all tbe three Nights, but no Fireworks. Upme, May 31. N. S. The Mother of Signor Aliberti, Governor of the Conclave, has fent him 1000 Piftoles, to help him continue the extraordinary Expence be is obli- ged to be at in virtue of bis Office. Tbe Commander Santini, nominated by th� Great Matter of Malta to the Priory of that City, having offered tbe Sacred College to refign tbe lame, provided be might have a Penfion out of ic, they have given it to the Chevalier de Sc. George's Second Son. Signer Vincent Refta, Firmer of the Quail* Hunting from Fiuminico to Polo, has pre-fented a Memorial to the Sacred College," wherein be infills t6 be indemnify *d by Prince Pamtilio, for cutting tbe Nets which the Farmer fpread along the Coaft, under Pretence that there were fame Snares in hi* Grounds.' Signor Syivani, Gentleman to the Ducchefs de Guadagnolo-Conci, and Author of fome of tbe Satyrs formerly mentioned, has been, fet at Liberty, upon that Lady's engaging for his good Behaviour for the future. The Sbirri carrying a Prifoner to tbe Capitol laft; Week, by the Soldiers Quarters belonging ro tbe Confervators of the Roman People, a terrible Fray enfued, which could not be ap-j pealed till tbe Sbirri withdrew. The Con-* fervators of Rome are making, in the Gar-' den. of the Palace of Farnefe, a Triumphal , Archagainft tbe Coronation of cbe new Pope} An Aparcment is fitting up in a Palace in the Square of Spain, for tbe Reception of Dos Manuel, Prince of Portugal, who is coming to refide here incognito for fome Months. On the 25 tb, a young Lady of the Fa-' mily of the Muti received tbe Veil of Religion in the Church of tbe Barberine Nuns, at the Hands of the Abbot Cref-' cenzt, and in Prefence of the Princefs Clementine SobieskS. The Cardinals Heads of Orders have lately caufed a Monk to be feized, who preaching fome Days ago in one of tbe principal Churches of this City, was fo rafh as to propbefy and afferc, that in the Night between the 14th and 15 th Inftanr, the City of Rome would be fwaDow'd up by, an Earthquake; and tbac this Event was foretold to one of bis She-Penitents in a Dream. Plymouth, June 14. Since my laft filled his Majefty's Ship Blandford for New England, and bis Majefty's Ship Otter to the Weftward; the Princefs, of and forTopv (ham, Templer, with Wine from Oporto 5' the Mary, of Warerford, Camesborougb, with Sale for tbe Ifle of Man, from CrOf*} wick; the Betty, of Plymouth, Markin.from.' Amfterdam, with Merchants Goods, fat Barcelona; the Don Carlos, of Plymouth, William Thomas, with Rice for Portugal; the Lewi*, of and from Calais, Buflen, for Plymouth; tbe Brown, of Cadiz, Bapcifr, in Baflaft, from Boiogn, for Plymouth 5 the Olive Branch, of Sr. Ives, Renny, with; Merchants Gopds from Rotterdam, forBri-; ftol. Dartmouth, June 14. Yefterday ftopt in" our Road the Lady Ann, of and for Top-' fham, Gouin, in 7 Weeks from Bonrdeaux,* and failed for tbe Bar. This Day is come in a Coafter from St. Ives, with Coals, from.' Wales, and two fmall Coafters more in the Road, both with Coals and Culm, from,' Wales. Weymouth, June 15. Yefterday came to at) Anchor in Portland Road the Affiento Galley,
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