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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 16, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Courant Friday, October 16, 1730. Tejlerday arrivd the Mail due from France, and Three from Flanders. Mofcow, Sept. 14. N.S. LAST Week rhe Czarina and the Princefles her Sifters, with the Lords and Ladies of the Court, return'd hicher from Ifmailow.   Some Days ago a Son of the Cham of Calmuck Tartary arrived here, with a Train of zo Perfons, and 30 Led Horfes.   Her Czarian Majefty not having yet fix'd a Day for giving htm Audience, flie has order'd two of her Chamberlains to accompany him. and bear bis Ex-pences.   Laft Week a Phyfician was fent from Court to Oranjeboom, to take Care of the Princefs MenzikofF, who fince the Death of her Husband has obtained Leave to retire to the Monaftry there.   It is reported, ^thac the Czarina defigns to go to Veronitz tie latter end of this Month, to fee the Ships that are actually loading upon the Wolga, to be feoc in all Hafte to Afttacan, it having already began to freete here very fmartly. We have received, by the Way of that River, fbme Silver, Copper and other Metal, the Product of the Mines difcover'd in Siberia, duiing the Reign of the Czar, Peter 1. whereof the Governor of Tobolskoi has the general Direction.   The Value of this firft AHay exceeds Cent, fer Cent, the Expence fbey have been at for thefe three Years pafr, in working the (aid Oar.   An Officer difpatch'd from Derbent by Mynheer Romanzoff, Governor-General of the new Conquefts in Perfia, has brought Advice that the King of Perfia had affembled all his Forces, to form an Army capable of making Head againft that of the Grand Seignior, having refolved to venture a Battle, that he may afterward remain in the peaceable Poffeffion of the Throne of his An-ceftors. Frefh Orders are fent to the Governor of Pultowa, to reinforce the Garrifons of the Forrrefles along the Prutb, to binder the In-curfions of the Tartars, who have fevera! times attempted to pafs that River.  The Czarina has lately founded feveral German Colleges in the City of Novogrod, and fome other Towns of Mufcovy.  All the Furniture belonging to the late Czar's Winter-Palace . at Petersburg, has been brought hither. Danttfckj Sept. 29. On the 13d Ihftanr, the King fee put hence for Bialoftock, whence his Majefty will go to Grodno againft the Opening of the Qeneral Dyet, which we hope will be attended with Suceefs. The Differences that have lately happened between this Court and that of Vienna are upon- ther Point of being accommodated. Florence, Sept. 27. N. S. On the loth of this Month we had a violent Storm of Thunder and Lighrniog, whereby a great deal of Damage was done; particularly in the Mo-naftery of Nuns of Bon Repos, where the Ele&refs Dowager Palatine was, the Statue of a Saint was beat down. It likewife damaged the Convent of Urfnlines, the Pag-gio Imperjaie, (where it burnt fome very fine Furniture)  and fome other Pleafure Houfes thereabour. The next Day the Princefs Dowager of Florence was taken with a Vomiting, for which (he. was twice let Blood. *Tis reported that the Emperor's Troops, which were encamp'd in the Lu-neggiana, are going into Quarters. Sig-nor Ubaldini, Senator and Commiffary of Volaterra, died fome Days ago, in a very advanced Age. The Baron de Molck, who came hither to fettle the Price of the Forage needful for the Emperor's Cavalry, is return'd to Vienna. We have received Letters from Ajaccio in the Ifland of Corfica, by the way of Leghorn, which ad-vife, that the Rebels of that Ifland had again made a wretched Havock in the Neighbourhood of that Place, having rooted up all the Vines, and carry*d off the Cattle. The Matter of a Barque lately arrived ac Leghorn from Malara, reports, that he met in his Voyage 8 Spanifli Men of War returning to Cadiz from Barcelona. fcrfaiBes, 08-19. N. S. On the 13th Ih-ftant, about Ten in the Morning, the King went from hence to the Caftfe of: kam-bouiller. M. de Beaucaire, a Colonel in Half- Pay, has been appointed by the King, Colonel of the Regiment of Horfe, vacant by the" voluntary Resignation of the Prince de Lambefc. The Marquis de Lanmary has obtain'd of the King the Company of Gendarmerie, vacant by the Death of M. Trudaine. The Marquis de Benouville is nominated Su6-Lieutenant of Gendarmerie; the Marquis de Magnane, Enfign$ and M. Trudaine s Soo, Guidon. Paris, 08. n. N. S. Angelica Fabert, Widow of Francis de Harcourr, Marquis de Beuvron, Knight of the King's Orders, Lieutenant-General of his Armies, and in the Government of Normandie, and Governor of the ancient Palace at Rouen, died the 12th Inftant, aged 82 Years, or. thereabour. She. was" Widow, by her firft Marriage, of the Marquis de Genlis. Dame Julia Victoria de Rohan-Ghabot, Perpetual Priofefs of the Moriaftery of Notre Dame de Liefle in thifrCtty*, died the i otb, aged 42 Years. M. Chirfes-Emantfef de la ViettVilfe,. ohe of rhe^Kings Chaplains* and Abbot 'of the Abbey of Abfie^ of dhe 0rder of Sti Behe.-didi in the Dtocefe^f'ft-behelle,.died in this City the 8thy aged f J Years. Friar Alexander-Arirjiqriy Foudras7 de Chateauthiers, Bailiff, Great Cttaf* ana* Great Marlhal of th,e-Order of St. JoWof jerufa-fcas>" Gdtfimuider of' the;  �tr�*i)B6ry of Levreuii; Abbot of-Ham; aridPrior of Sr. MarceMes-Chalons, died here the 13th, in the ,67th Year of     Age. ,   , Ml Cha>Ies>rWericfc KadotH Count de Seppeville, Enfign of the Second Company of Musketeers of the King's Guards, died here the 14th, aged 27 Years. M. Jofepb Trudaine, Brigadier of the King's Armies, Captain-Lieutenant of the Company of Gendarmes of Bretagne, In-fpe&or of the Gendarmerie, and Commander of the Royal and Military Order of Sn Lewis, died fome Days ago at Oifly hear Amiens, aged 58 Years. Father John Valbrune de Belair, Abbot of Cbancellade, and Superior-General of the Regular Canons of that Congregation, died in his Abbey the 27th of laft Month, aged 78 Years. In 1722, the King nominated Father Anthony Gros de Belier Coadjutor to that Abbey, who now fucceeds the deceafed Abbot. We have received Advice from Rome, that on the 2d Inftant, the Pope held a Con-fiftory, wherein bis Holinefs created the four following Cardinals, vi%. Signor Grimaldi, Archbifhop of Defle, Nuncio in Ordinary at Vienna j Signor Mafcei, Archbifhop of A* thens, formerly Nuncio in France ; Signor ' Aldobrandini, Archbifhop of Rhodes, Nuncio in Spain ; and the Abbot Rufpoli, Son to the Prince of that Name, and Secretary to the Congregation de propaganda fide. On the 12th Inftant, the Duke de Valen-rineis returning bitber from Rouy in a Poll -Ghaife, his Driver {being afleepj as be came oyer the Bridge of Poiffy, on which Men are at Work, fell with the Horfes and Cfaaife 14 Foot deep ; but that Lord was not hurt, nor did the Chaife receive any Damage, theGlafs of it not being broke j but the back Part of the Carriage and the Springs were 4 little difordered. The Driver had four of his Ribs broke, and the Horfe in the Shafts was kili'd. The Marriage of the Count de Taillebourg and the Palatina JabJonowski will be celebrated at Cbambord the 30th Inftanr. The Abbot Vitano, Sub-Principal of the College of the Four Nations, was fome Daya ago fent into Banifhment. King Staniflaus and his Confort fet out from Verfailles the 17 th, on their Return to Cbambord. M. de Caftelmoron, Brigadier of Horfe, is made Infpedror of the Gendarmerie, m the room of M. Trudaine deceafed. The Count de St. Florentin is now out of Danger. The Marchionefs de' Matignon, Lady of Honour to the Queen, being with Child, her Majefty has excufed her Attendance for eight Months, and fent her hence, in one. of her own Litters, to the Dntchefs de Noirtnou-tiers, where (he is to lie in. Great Diligence is ufed in comparing rife" new Scheme of the Garden- of the: Palace Royal: The great Bafoh is almofl! fiTdupy and the new one as nea'r opened: , Alt the Trees, except thofe o� trie Great W"al|c on rhe Left Hand, are cut down, and the Oridec-taker has fold them for 6200 Livres ... The King, has made^he Count de Tailler bdurg a^ulce by' BreW; and tfiar; young Lord will take the Title of Duke de Chatel-raulr. The Cardinal de Bifly expe&s fix fine Neapolitan Horfes, which he purchafed at Rome, and order'd to landed at Marfeilles. His Eminency defign'd to go this Day to wait upon the King at Verfailles.   

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