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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - August 19, 1730, London, Middlesex Tejierdaj arrived the Mail due from Holland. Naples,.Aug. i. N. S.. > N the 26th paft, the Regiment of Luneyille eufer'd this City, and " ranged themfeives in Squadrons ^. , before the- Royal Palace j, after which, they marched into their Quarters at Pofilippe. All the (Generals and other Officers have- aj&iaUy--got their Equipages-ready,- and wait only for Orders to rake the Field. The Viceroy and the Field-Marflial CarafFa continue' to take all the neceffary Meafures to put the: ftrong Plates of this Kingdom into a^good Pofture of Defence ;' and particularly; Cfpua, where there are now 4000 Men at work upon the Fortifications. All the Troops, both Horfe and Poor, de-fign'd for the Defence of Calabria, are now arrived in that Province. Thefimperor has demanded a Free Gift of 1,600,000 Florins of this Kingdom, towards defraying the Ex-traordintryXharge occafion'd by the Treaty, of Seville5 and the Government are actually cqcfidering pf Ways and Means to raife that Sum.4 r Upme, Aug. 5. N". S. On the 28 th paft, the VeoeriaTr^mhiafJador went with a numerous Retinue to an Audience of the Hope, 10 af* fore, him of the Joy with which the moft Serene Republick receivedi the. News 0/ bjs Exaltation, and that his Nephew Prince Bar- -tholofnew Corfinr had been enrer'd in the Golden Book,, that is, admitted into the Bo. dy of Venetian JJNobles, purfuantr to a Reflation of the; Senate; and he prefented the Diploma to his Holinefs for "that purpofe. : Tlje fame Day;-the-". Ambaflador of Malta, acJcompany'd by 40 Knights of that' Ojrdef, had likewife an'Audience of the Pope. That' Evening Cardinal. Cofcia quitted his Apart* ment in the Vatican, and went to bis own Palace, in a Sedan, with two Lanterns be-: fore bimJ.a.nd 1*9 Servants well .armed j be-. fides which Precaution, there were a great Number of Shirrs placed in the fevera! Streets-tbro* which he was to pafs^ to fecure him a-gainft any Infoit on the part of the Populace. On Saturday 3 Couriers were diCpatcbtd, with.Briefs from bis Holinefs, for the Em-' ferpr, the King of France, and the King of pain. On Monday the* Chevalier de. Sr. George bad. a Private. Audience-of Pope," with whom he had a lonjj Conference $ and > afterwards he wis fplendidly. entertain'd by fats Holinefs's Majprdomo.. Two-Days ago, the Congregation of the Holy Office for In-' quihtion) nyjt for, ..the firftV time in the Holy Ruber's- Prefence, jwbo therein declared the Marquis del Bufalo his Gentleman of the^ Sword and Robe. The new Congregation of the Church Immunities met alfo a few Days ago, at the Cardinal-Secretary's: It confifts of the Cardinals Imperiaii, Corradini and Pico, with Signors Corfini and Feroni. On Wednefday Cardinal Altban went in Ceremony, to make, a, Vifit- to Cardinal Qpj-cu ; as did alfo Cardihaltererr^irdinal Cienfuegos had been there fome 0a^ before; and his Eminency has taken chat Cardinal under his Protection, who has put up the Arms of Bohemia over his Palace Gate. The Pope has given Cardinal Cofcia to understand, that it would be agreeable to him, if he would, refign the. confiderable Peh-fions he enjoys, his Holinefs defigning to distribute them among the Nuncio s at Foreign Courts. The fame Item has been given to .Signor Santa Maria, who immediately obey'd ; and we are told, the Pontiff has declared he fhall be rewarded with the �rft vacant Biftioprick in Naples. Cardinal Otto-boni has been declared Protector of Sr. Laurence rin Miranda ; and the King of Sardinia has nominated Cardinal Alexander Albani Protector of all the Churches in his Dominions, and given him the Abbey of Staffarde, worth 8000 Crowns a Year. The Pope has given full Power to Signor Sagripanti, bis' Treafurer, tc profe.cute, without Reject, of Perfons, tbofe concern"d in fingering the Pub-. lick: Money during the laft Pontificate. Signor Bondelmonte has tranfmitted hither from Benevento, z% Informations againft feveral . Perfons there; but what' they vvifl make of them, no body yet knows. .Florence, Auguft 5. N S. The Baron de Molck, a Colonel in the Service of the Emperor, who arrived here fome Days ago from ; Milan, has had feveral 'Conferences with the Marquis de Rainucci, Secretary at War, to. fettle the Scheme of the Operations, in cafe ' tjie Spaniards'ftiou'd attempt a DeTcent in this^ Country. The Surgeon'Benini is fet out Poft for Turin, being fern for by the King of Sar-' dinia, who is troubled with a Retention of Urine.* �Milan, Aug. 5. N._ S.' All the Imperial Troops in Lombardy, and particularly in this Dutchy, are in Motion, upon..certain Advice faid to be arrived, that the Spaniards, notwithftandirig the Seafon is already far advanced, will undertake their projected Expedition this Year. . AII the General O f-' fleers, and others,, who were here, ''are'let-out. for their refpe&ive Pofts. General Wachtendonk is gone to; Parma, to notify to the. Duke of that Name, - that it has'been refolved to form' a Cam"p'near; Bofgo'Sj. Do-J nino; and that they waited only the Return of an Exprefs fent to Vienna upon1 that Sub-; ject. The Great Duke'of Tufcariy's .Mini-* fter here is order'd to; receive! the Inveftiture of Sienna and Porto Ferraio^'in .jusf ;RoyaI-Hjghrjefs's Name,! upon ihe^eri^prjBfc^^ by his Imperial Majefty. �,.:' -;'�' > ' �&$tirn-,-:Augitfii�M'& ; ;THis 0ay# rived here a ,Veflel that fail'o^frorn Touw^ the zd Inftant;,'whofe J^fteT reports, theJFrench Tro�Ps� defign'd.;��>a?Mt'4heSpi^ niarifs^ were encft^'d^;neir'T;n'ai',:PhiC^,''r'aiid. waited only, their Jajft Orders to go on .board: ^Jbat a great Quantity of ^eal^as grinding for their Ufer That the ^ Men'of Wat; in, that Port were ready to lail and that they' .,^ad-newly. fent-t away feyera^mpre Tr^n�t. fportsfor Cataloiwi. Gur lift Letters from^ Barcelona advife, that they bad received Orders from the Court, to begin the Embarkation of the Troops the 7th Inftaht. They write'from Sicily, 'thai;the Viceroy of tbac Kingdom had obliged, the Merchants of Palermo to buy, with Ready Money, 40,000 Bufheltf of Corn out of the Emperor's Magazines, that Money being defign'd to pay the German Troops lately arrived there from Triefte and Fium?. Ihey add, that the. General Count Wallis had caufed a Fort to be built at the Mouth of the Fare, over-againft Reggio in Calabria, to hinder a De-fcenton that fide, the faid Fort being provided with feveral Pieces of Cannon for that End. Genoa, Augufi 5. N. S. The Mafter of a. Barque arrived here from Tunis the 30th paft, reports, that the famous Renegade Corfair Sciaban the Sicilian, was lately (hot dead in a Fight with a Spanifli Privateer. They write from Baftia, that the Regency of the Ifland of Corfica baying demanded of the Towns that remained in their Obedience, an extraordinary Contribution to- buy Corn, of which there was a Scarcity by reafon of the Wafte which the Rebels had made in that Ifland, the Inhabitants of St. Remo refuted to fubmic to it; that the Podejla endeavouring to oblige them by Force, the People tumultuoufly af-fembled, plundered the Podefla's Houfe, burnc the Furniture they.could not carry off, and conducted that Magiftrate to Prifon, where he died two Houri after, of the Wounds he had-received in the Scuffle: And that in the T^own delta Pieve there had likewife been a Riling, upon account of fix Soldiers of the Rebels, who were, taken and condemned to be bang'd ; but. the Inhabitants declared that if they were not fet at Liberty, they would open their Gates to the Malcontents ; where* upon they, were obliged to releafe them. Vienna, Aug. 11 N. S. Xhe Courier who arriv'd here from Paris the 7th Inftant, brought an Anfwer on the part of the Allies of Seville', that leaves no Hopes of an Accommodation with Spain ; the Report which was fpread, that the faid Courier was charged with fome new Propofals, being without Foundation. Our new Levies are ftiti continued with good Succels. ' Paris, Aug. 18. N. S. The Foreign Mi-nifters are expected in Town from Com-piegne this Day or' To-morrow. Opinions are ftill divided about the Expedition to Italy : Some fay, ir will be put off till nexc Spring; others, that it will yet go on this Ye*X; bur we ftiall not know fpr certain, till Retarn of the Expreft fent,to Cazalla the j^egioDingvof thuMomh, who is hourly ex-r pecked with the Refolution of the Court of Spain. . ^iean time, pur laft Advices from Cazalla anH Barcelona import, that the Preparations for the Embarkation of the Troops' were oontiljiue^5 aii^ifi*? what was'gitren ottt'oftthe Exp^ition^being put off tttt the Spring, ivas V000^6^ upon "Conjecture. It4 is. faid. $e DUiuhefs,-Dpw.ager of Brunfwick dkd ib^t^Vl^^^f^ivf^-th Debt. Mojc
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