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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - August 4, 1730, London, Middlesex Courant Tuefday, Auguft 4, 1730 tefierday arrived the Mails due from France thither the 29th pah\ and went immediately Galiipoli $ the Harrifon, Graham, from Ja- W and Holland. ltomef July iz. N.'S to Compeigne, We hear that it appears by maica ; the William and Mary, Long, from the Difpatches he brought, that his Catho- Stettin; tbejiiftice, Martin, from Embdenj EN Pope went from the Maj the Succefs, Dunkin, from Coningsberg ; the larrpdu&ion of theSpanifh Prince Frederick, King, from Lisbon; the Palace of the Vatican to Monte- Troops in Tufcany,!* refqlved to undertake, Succefs, Anderfon, and the Phenix, Lifcb, Cavallo, the Streets were filled with an infinite Number of Peo- Exped Italy both*from Greenland ; the Friend's Encreafe, Martin, from Srockholm ; the Anthony, God fave his Holinefs, called aloud forju- Inftanr, Mean the Embarkation of the Troops by the 15 th Redman, and the Trant, Henton, both from ftice with regard to their Oppreffions under it is reported that Montferrat; the Watfs Galley, Wills, the pofals of Accoramo- Abel, Fofter, and the Sheldon, Winflow, all Minift gave them bis Blefiing over and over; but His Holinefs dation upon the Carpet 5 aud that 'tis hoped perfuaded three from Barbadocs, and the Catherine, Clarebur, from Calais. that not contenting them, he gave them Hopes dition till next Spring, becaufe if a Peace Grave/end, Auguft 3. Pa fled by the Pro- Grievances all fpeed. In fhorr, he has already taken off lies will at leaft be in a Condition to iffift the rbe Duty upon Soap, and confiderably re- Spaniards in fuch a manner, as almoft to fe duced that upon Oil, for which th? People cure the Succefs of it. Cannot be eftablifhe'd by that time, the hU fperous Solomon, William Ricbardfon, from bave fince Acclamations. We Joy faid de Bournonville will fhortly return hither, on Maj Malaga; the George, John Harper, and the Molly, Phips, from Galiipoly; the Thomas and Richard, f Henry MarfhaJ, from Riga j the Rofe, George Morifon; the William, Thomas Tilrooutb, from Stockholm, ' arid XII. Paris, Aug. 9. N. S. The Count d'Alais, the Harlequin, Edward Tyne, from Boulogn and the rather, becaufe 'tis plain his Holinefs Brother to the Prince of Conti, died Yefter- defions to take the Government into bis own *-5 day, in the 9th Year of his Age. Hands. He has forbid Minifters Q cern themfelves with the Subje&s Petitions, Month or with any thing that does not properly be- Letters from Cazalla, P*ft� L O N D 'O N. r The Genius of the Britifb Nation is fo naru- M _ rally turn*d: to Arms, that we are perfuaded tut Readers will receive great Delight in perufing long to them, upon pain of his Difpleafure ; advife, that the Spanifh Court would tarry the following authentick Account of theExefcife Relations Offices it his Refolution to confer them upon thofe the Flotilla come in. that he knows to be worthy of them. Car- there till the Beginning of September, and then go to Port St. Mary ---- - - performed by thac Martial Body of City Veterans,r the Honourable the ArtiKery Company on Saturday " tft. We had not dinal Sal via ti him- �riotiua come in. * . . r , - 1J r� c * a.- It is written from Barcelona, that Orders ^/^J"1 ? "Lbef�re theS*]0 * which might have been an agreeable Piece of In- were arrived from Court the fliort Cloak to the Abbot Autenovi, one Troops of Embarkation fliould return into of Neph Nephew's Preferment depended upon bis Be- that Province, to fpend the Prpvificn and haviour. Other Cardinals having taken up. tbere formation to the SpeSatois, how the Operations were intended to be performed, which would have apprfe*d them of great Part of the DangeiS arid Difficulties of the Military A*t, and taught Soldier it on them to advife the Holy Father in the Minifters them, thac it July Yefterday put in here Pope, but it was the Pope's Bufinefs to choofe Bufinefs to choofe a the Two Brothers, Knight, of and from But we have this Advantage in bis Mi Wales, The Pontiff having Tome and a fmall Coafter with Coals from Ditto, him ordered Apoftolick This Day failed to the ay's Ship Octer. Wind Auguft 2. This the Treafurer how much Cafh there might be in it, and- he. anfwering that there were Sar^b, Lawrence, but 1500 Crowns, his Holinefs feem'd to be one of our Boats ' under fome Surprife, and told him, be was with being, as the Britifi Mule pronounces, the Nobfeft of all other Arts. poftponing it, that we can now acquaint" our Readers, that the whole Exercife Was performed with great Applaufe ; and with as lirtle Blood-filed as could be expefted from fo obfttnate a Difpute, in which both Sides gain'd immortal Honour. The Gtnetais (in the Phrafeof a cele* brated Writer) outdid their ufual Outdoings; the Officers feem'd worthy of the Commiffions of Ge-rttrati\ and every common Soldier Rt'd with martial from EaftJndia, off the Ardour, from the Glory of fuch great Examples, M Ja richer when he was a Cardinal, than now4 Weft ward Iflands, being then bazy Weather, behav'd with fo much Intrepidity and fo regu that he was Pope. and fome of the Sarah's Sailors further faid, July 21. N. S. The Governor they faw the Compton again 5 or 6 Days . This Benefit we may hope will be reap'd irom thi* of this Ciiy has received Orders from the who they Tufcany to aflure the Mer- expeded had been arrived in the Downs, (he Great chants, and particularly the Foreigners, who outfailing their Ship, may be under any Uneafinefs, about the pre- Obc Morning fent Situation of Affairs, that his Royal High- fome are got paft the Foreland, but part( nefs will not only take them into his Protection, but that he will make ufe of all his have been forced to Anchor again for want Wind, however wait for the next T " Account when it comes to be tranflated into Foreign Languages, as no doubt it will, that rhe cbfiinate Germans will be intimedated inro^rcafon-able Terms of Compliance, when they fliali mafee a proper Inference, from the Intrepidity and Bravery or our City Soldiers, who meke a Plea/ure of Fighting, whatmuft be the Behaviour of Regu* make it a BuRnefs* But we will Power to hinder any Prejudice being done eU Laft Night came down and failed tbjsMprn- ao jonger detain our impafiertt Readers from pe- tber to their Perfons or Effeds. This Day ing the Elizabeth, Puleftone, for Cadiz, and Barqtiein id Hours from 4 or 5 others unknown. Morning Matter of which reports, thartfee down the Eltham, Macnamarra, ftfr Lisbon, Troops defigned to affift th? Spaniards had received Orders to hold themfelves in a Rea Wind S. E. dinefs to embarque. July 22. N fend, Augufi Paffed by the Pro- The Imperial fperous Ann, Kitt, the John and Robert, Broadberry, and the Ma Po# It is reported, that, a Detachment of Aoeo Men will be fent to toin6ooo Genoele, / � 1 9 , William and Mary, Jphnand Betty and go over with them to Corfica, to reduce t|je Oftend Packet, Worthele, all three from the ^Rebellious Mounraneers. We ire like- Oftetid; the Swanzy, Rofs, the Elizabeth, wife told, that the Field Marfhal Count Lee, and the Stephen, Hoofceft, all three which ----o - " " ~9 J L ft Exmifeof Arms to be jerfmned by the Honour a. hie the Artillery-Company on the ift of Auguft, 1730. under tbi Command of the Worpfpfui Mi-cajah Perry, EfqiAldemtan, Generaly ffa Wor* fb'rpfulSir, Joha Williams, Ahrman and She* r/jjjfy lieutenant^General r Major John Sedley, Major-General', Capt. John Weedbn,jfrj?- Captains* Capf. Henry Glover, ftcond dtptain; Capu William Bell, third Captain; Capi. Jofepk I^amb,e, Captain of\the Grenadiers, ) Merci fpeedily ft the Greyhound, "Speutoh, execute a Commiflion at that Court, con- and the Wright, Harvey, bothrlrom :1 r Affairs of the prefenr. Jundare; way ; the Adventure, Turr, and N Co Crony from Virg rier Bannieres, who was difpatched to Ca- Cannon, the Man fell, Trevaft^thePcSmfjey, zaUa, wirh the Emperor's Anfwer to the VI- Godbar, and the Samuel, Everindon* all four Seville/ returned from Aitigua^ the Rebecca Bxnki, ^oat .RAW up- the'Company on tfiej Ltnei ia _ ine Artiirery ' - * ^ 1 he dfeneiai having reviejv'd the Bddk; arid the Orfi�rs->aid;tfierrSaihMs'asxiraal,^ W Command a March through rhe little Gate, puKtie' the faid' March by the pefi-mjtjir iti the F0ot-Rpad towat&ijliitgtoti. , ^ When beyond the Farm Houfe, wheel to the Right, and march cw% the Field*- to^r<&?fV- tttlA% wbexcdxaw uprwing
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