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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - August 7, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. Friday, Augoft 7, 1730. Ttytcrday an\v'd the Mail due from France. at Erfcza, had lately taken an Algerine Lodgings for the Officers of her Houfhold j Barque, after an obftinate fight,'in which ly u and they will be pull'd down as foon as the Moors were kiu'd. * King removes from Compiegne, Florence^ ?�/;io, N. S. On the 14th - Th&King being extremely pkafed wkh Inftant, Prince Don Bartholomew Corfioi, that Place, a Plan has been preferred to 1U the Pope's Nephew, had an Audience of the Cardinal de Fleury for building a new Caftle M�4"d, July 25. N. S. I HE IK Catboiick Majefties continue at Cazalla, where they enjoy a perfect State of Health. Our laft Letters from Port Paifage inform us, that three Fregates belonging to the Guipufcoa Company failed thence- the 15 th Inftant, vi%. one of 45 Guns, another of 40, and the third of 16, tor the Province of Ca-raques in America. That Don Sebaftian Garcias de la Torre, who is nominated by the King.to be Governor and Captain-General of that-Province, went on board the firftof thofe Fregates, with the Company's Factors, who are to fettle a new Cacao Trade in. that Country. The King has given the Office of Au� ditor of the Royal Audience of St. Domingo to Don Francifco Xavier de la Fuente. The. News of the Death of.Muley Abdallab, King of Morocco, is not coinnrm'd 5 but the Letters from Tetuan, of the 15th of June laft aflure tis, that Prince was marching againft the Rebels, at the Head of a powerful Army ; and that jLotaby, one of the Heads of the contrary Party, who commanded a* Body of between 12 and 15,000 Men, had fubmirted with all his Troops. There has been pub-liflied'at Gibraltar, the new. Treaty of Pacification which Mr. John RmTel, Minifter Plenipotentiary of the King of Grear Britain, concluded with the King of Morocco fome Months ago. The principal Articles of this Treaty import. That all the Moorish or Jew Subjects of the King of Morocco (hall have Liberty to trade in the Town of Gibraltar, and in the Ifland of Minorca: That they Ih'att be allowed to ftay there 30 Daya, whenever they �hall bring the Commodities*of their Country thither, or come to Purchafe thofe of Europe:. That the Subjectsof the King of Great Britain, wbofe Bufinefs ftiall oblige them to live in the Towns belonging to the Kingdom of Morocco, (hall not be cbmpell'd, in cafe of any Difpute with the Inhabitants of the faid Towns, to appear before the Cadi or Judge of the Place 5 but thofe Differences fliall be decided only by the Governor of the Town and the Conful of the Ehglifh Nation : That alt the Subjects of his Britanmck Ma-jefty, whether Englifh or Hanoverians, who fliall be taken by the Privateers of the King of Morocco on board any Ship whatfoever, fhall be fet at Liberty, and fent back to Gibraltar : That the Englifli Commiflaries fhall be permitted to buy Proyifions, and whatever tbcy want, as well Tor the Britifh Men of War, as for theGarrifon of Gibraltar, in all the King of Morocco's Ports, at the current Market-price; and that.thofe Provifions fhall be put on board, the Britifii Ships, without pacing any Duty of Exportation. All the other Articles of this Treaty confirm that which was concluded fome Years ago, between the late King of Great Britain, George I. and the late King of Morocco, Father to the Prince that now fits upon the Throne. We have Advice from Malaga, that a Galliot equipped Great Duke, the Princefs Dowajger of Florence, and the Electorefs Dowager Palatine, who received him with great Marks of Distinction. The fame Afternoon, he was complimented on the part of the Great Duke by the Foreign Minifters, the Prelates, and principal Nobility. The fame Day alfo, the Chapter of the Metropolitan Church of this City nominated foor Deputies, to wit, Signor Rlcci, Alemanni, Franchefchi, and Martini, to go and compliment the Pope upon his Election. On the 15 th Prince Don Bartholomew Corfini took Leave of the Great Duke, in order to go to Rome, where his Holinefs denies to hive him near him ; and the f 6th, about Four in the Afternoon, he fet out in the Great Duke's Coaches, which carried him fome Miles out of Town. The fame Day, the Princefs his Lady, was conducted to an Audience of the Great Duke, by whom fhe was received with the fame Honours that are paid to the Pope's Nieces. On the 15 th, that Prince publifh'd a Decree, whereby be ordered that the Election of the prefent Pope flsould be celebrated.here with the fame Ceremonies that were obfecved in 1623, for the Election of Pope Urban VIII, who was of the Family of Barberini in Florence. In the Evening that Feftival began with the Ringing of all the Bells in theCicy. On the 16th, about Nine ih the Morning^ the Seriatoriarid Magiftrates of the City went in a Body to the Metropolitan Church, where they heard Mafs celebrated Poritifically by the Archbifhop, *and after it the Tie Deum on the farther fide of the Town Ditch, over-againft the Old Caftle, with a large Park to reach as far as the Entrance of the Foreft ; but it is uncertain whether the fame wiU be approved, or not. _ On Sunday the 6th Inftant, the Duke du Maine diftributed the confecrated Loaves ac the Parifh Church of St. James in Compiegne,. The King is fetting up a Lottery of Jewels, to be furnifhed by M; Jacob. Jeweller to the Retinue of the Court; and his Majeftf d>figns to draw ic himfelf when it is full*. The Tickets are three Livres apiece. Some Troops are* employed in making a great Road at the Diftance of 10 Leagnes from Compiegne, which is to be paved, and to bound upon the new Bridge of that Town 5 and this is to be the Road to Flanders. . Our india Company will begin their Sale,' at Nantes, the 13th of next Month, of the Merchandizes brought from China, Pondi-chery arid Bengal, in their Ships the Royal Philip, Mermaid, Argonant, Danae, and Halcyon, which arrived laft April at Port i'Orientand they will fell at the fame time the Cargo of the Duke de Cbartres, if (he arrives (pon enough, as they expect. The, Abbot. Ragbis, Proprietor of the new Mineral. Waters rof Pafiy, died fuddenly of on ApqplecticKFir, the;3d Inftant. The Marquis* Monti is preparing tojfet out the 20th Inftant, on his Return to his �m-bafly in Poland. .. King Scanifiaus and his Queen have appointed M� Pinel, Brother to tbe Parifh-was fung.~ On the 17th in the Evening, we prjeft of Sr. Severin, to go. to Loretto and made a general Difcfaarge of the Artillery.of perfprtrj the Vow their Majefties made for both the Citadels.; a fine Firework was the Biftti of the Dauphin. play'd from the Top of the Tower of the Old Palace; all the Palaces were illuminated ; and there were Bdnfires and Rejoycings in au the Streets. Paris, Aug. 12. N.S. M. Michael Pon-cet de la Riviere, Bifhojp of Angers, Abbot of the Abbeys of Vierfon in the Djocefe of Bourges, Noaille in the Diocefe of, Poitiers, and St. Florent les Saqmur in the Pipcefe of 'lity, had been orarder'd there by M. Angers, and one of the Forty ,Members of rfifpinafle, who bad made his Efcape. the French Academy, died in his piocefe the On the ad Inftant, the Marchibnefs de 2d Inftant, aged about 5B Years. Renei, lady. of the Bed-CnVmber to the On the 7th Inftant, the Students of'the (Queen, rriade-aim^imficentEntenainraentfor College of the Four Nations acted a Tragedy j,bj; Majefty: ?t: Vet-raffle*,-.' ThrQ^een lain their College. yitesnc\Perfont(jf.t'bey Feaftswhkh^^aretnad'e The Queen fends two Pages; to the King ' .-.�... * A v�4- . M. ,d'Efquinars is ordered to make Pfens of all the Fprefts round the King's Palaces, in order for the cutting of Roads in them, as has been already done in the Foreft: of Foo-taineDleftu, They write irotn Ciermone in Auvergne,1 that M. de la Cfeatpelle, Clerk to the RecejJ ver General of the Finances of that,Genera- de rhere, but the Ladies that conftantly attend herperfon, ^ Signor Maffc?, the Pope's Nuncio; is pre^ paring to return to Rome ; and we are af-fureol JStenpr (-anti, who is to^riilg hither every Week, to acquaint hitA witn hef Health, and that of the Dauphin and Mef-dames de France; and the King alfo fends two Days a Week to the Queen. ^ The Houfe and Garden at Compiegne," iheC^nlecra'ted'Li'nnen for the Dauphin, wiH belonging to the Knights of the Arquebufe, fqeceed bim as Nuncio here, which are exceeding large, and about 30 Xhis Court has fent M. Vhit to exe^ Houfes adjoining, are bought by the King cute a certain Commiflion at the Court of to build the Queen's Stables upon, and Spain* Deaif
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