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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - August 13, 1730, London, Middlesex 1 � v.- / Courant Thurfday, Auguft 13, 1730 Yefterdiy arrivd the Mails due ft and. Holland. of Tufcany has publifh'd an Order, enjoining Corp the Prefidenc Turgot was all his Subje&s ,10 ftop fuch German Defer-ters as fliall cake fhdter in his Dominions, and fend them back to their Quarters. The Mar M M , and [Thefc HERE are already ' arriv'd in Imperial Troops in the Lunegiana have been Offices are fomexohat in the Mature of this Kingdom fo great a Number confiderably reinforced: They keep a very of Recruits arid other Troops from good Difcipline there, and pay for every Mayor and Sheriffs of London.] cla-Henrietta-Philippa, Countefs Fiume, Triefte, and Lombardy, thing they have occafion for. that the Government can. fend a considerable Leghorn, July 29. N. S. Wido John Mafter of derick of Brunfwick, Duke of Hanover,' Army into the Field in cafe of need, without, a Ship arriv'd here from Palamos in Caralo- who died at. Augsburg, Dec. 27. 1679, de-draining the Garrilons ; and they talk of nia, reports, that feveral Tranfporrshaving parted this Life the'r*"*J�^**\Z" forming a Camp of 10 or 12,000 Men be- a great Number of Troops on board, were tween Capua and Gaeta, the latter End of arriv'd in the Road of Barcelona, from this Month. They write from Sicily, that ~ Mai they continue to take all poffible Precautions Milan July 29. N Country Seat in the Village of Afnieres, aged 78 Years and 20 Days, being born July 23 J !652. That Princefs was Daughter of Ed-On the 22d In- ward Prince Palatine of the Rhine, who died to oppofe a Defcent, with whicb-that King- ftant, Count Daun, our Governor General, dom is threaten'd ; that the Troops are poft> received a Courier from Vienna, with Dif- ------� , , - - u �d"ta foch . manner, that the, may get to- pa.cbes for his Excellency and cbe General' She had Iflbe Charloite-Fehara, who was -- - . - ^ - j^om March 8. 1*571. marry a Nov. 15. March of Mantua, who died J of Anne of cether ac a Warn char the Officers. The Imperial Troops have fince ____^....._ Medina confifted of 4000 Men ; received Ot'ders to keip thcmfelvcs in a Rea- tha't\here were 8000 Germans encamp'd dinefs to macchat a fliorc Warning ; and we Mod Childbed Sept. M near Melazzo ; and that after the Arrival of hear a great Detachment is to be fent towards J the Troops they expect be- the Frontiers of Piedmonr. Recruits are corn- Month fhalfbe able to form an Army of 30,000 Men ing in almoft every Day from Germany; and we expe& another Reinforcement of 12,000 Men from thence. We are iuform'd. Wilhel J ry'd ]an. 15. 1699. She was Sifter to the " " " " Julius of Widow Rome, J N. S. The Pope has, that Prince Eugene of Savoy will fpeedily eftabJifo'd rwo new Congregationsone for come hither, Criminals, and the other for Civil Caufes: neral. The former confifts of the Cardinals Corra- Orders 'ft Bourbon, Prince of Conde, Firft Prince of the Blood, which Prince died Feb. 13. 1723.* By the Death of the Dutchefs of Brunf- Water- wick, the Duke of Bourborn gets an Annui- dini, Pico and Porcia, and Signor Fiorelii, born is preparing to fee out for Italy j from Secretary ; and they are to enquire into the whence they write, that General Mal^Adtmniftration during the laft Pontifi- ty of 120,000 Livres a Year, which he paid her for Life, at 10,000 Livres per Month, who went fome time ago to the Court of for one Moiety of the Principality of Guile, any cate; The latter is compoied of the Cardi-' m ^_ nals Albani, Imperiali, Corradini, Colicola, favour of the Emperor. Tis repotted'here, arid Banchieri with Sighors Ricci and Lana; that the Defign of the Spaniards is to poffefs a which that Prince purchafed of her. Warrant Year, in her Life-time, to her Lady of and thefc arc to examine the Accounts of themfelves of Final, and to endeavour to pe- the Expences of the Apoftolick Chamber un- rietrate into Italy that way ; and that they der the former Government.' The Criminal *" ~ Congregation met for the firft: time the 25th Honour : another of 1000 Livres a Year to Arms Woman M View. Inftant; and after having made a Report of " Madrid, Attguft 1. N their Proceedings to the Pope, Signor Fio- Ceuta, of J reili the Secretary went to fpeak with Car- Baftlaw Hamet, Governor of Tetuan, was dinai Cofcia, who is fti/1 in the Vatican, be* * ' ' * L"rr c %M~ ing fo lame of the Gout and Rheumatifm, ^^^^^^^ dant; but having made no Will, her other Letters from Officers and Domefticks will not be reus, that warded. The Day fhe died, Commiffary Le Comte Mo- went with the Minifters Emperor laid Modena me 10 lame or xne v�out anu jxncumauiui. iui_i_u was wjuumnnu lw -.^ ...-------- . , -c T ,,^,i ,~ ,_ ibfc he is not able ro ftir. The fame After- Chains till his Execution ; and that he was Apartment in the Palace of Luxemburg ; as noon/ the Great Provoft. attended by 25 daily tortured different ways, to make h\m they did the next Day at Afnieres. nor r/, ,a Judge, and a Notary, went to Sig-^ati's,; and after they had put their Seal upon his Effe&s, they carry*d. all his Papers and 100,000 Crowns to Cattle St. Angelo. The Great Provoft ________ M exorbitant Sums they are accufed of having embezzled. Thefe Letters add, that the Black Alcade, who commanded the Troops M Maft d'Orfay, Honorary and Intendant of the went from thence to of that Bafhaw, was fent for to Court, to Geperality of Limoges, died here of the Small Pox, in the 56th Year of his Age. The new Bridge at Compiegne is to be Signor Saffi's, whom they feized and carry'd give an Account of his Condud. ro Prifon : All his Papers were likewife fe- v.^�^.c , -- "- � , *� � c ~ him ufual Ceremonies. The Archbifhop of Paris an Exercife, and then gave them a Sum or Silver Box as a Prefent to Prince Corfini, his Holinefs's Nephew, he return'd it to____ ______ ________ ._. with Thanks for his kind Inltention ; but faid officiated, and the Parliament, the Chamber y Care was to pleafe the Pope his of Accounts, the Court of Aydes,and the Mon Madrid Uncle July 29. N. S. The Corps de Ville, aflifted at it, as ufual. of the Marq J/si:-,*
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