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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 19, 1730, London, Middlesex jj&nday, O&btfer i$\ 1736. fylerdaj arrived tbe Mails due from France and Hdllanii; 1 Port St. Marys, Sept. 16. N.S. THEIR Magics aaLtferPWe attLPnncefs of the AfrtfrHs, who arrivedlfctfe- the ioch Inftant, coo-k tinue in perfedk Health. On the aidj-tbe Court receiv'd an Exprels from the King's Plenipotentiaries Paris/ whofe Dif-patcbes occafioh'd the Holding of a Council; and when it broke up,, an Exprefs was Cent to.lMynheer Vander Meer, the Dutch Am-baflador at Seville; to deiire biar to come .hither as foori as his Health will permit* to a&Ck it the Conferences that are to be hejd here. Some Days ago, the Ambauador of Sardinia had an Au.diente of the King and Queen, and deliver'd to their Ma jellies a1 Letter from the King, whereby that Prince acquaints them, that he has abdicated his Crown and Territories if) favonf df his Son the Frince of Piedmohr, who Has l&ewife wntte'h to their Majefties, to notify to them bis Accefflon to the Crown. This Court has fent Orders to Barcelona, to dilcbarge the Tranfports freighted there this Summer; and the like Order will be lent to the other Poets of the Kingdom. brddm, QSobir 8. N- ,5.,- The pjet b?-gan to meet the xd Inftant; but the^ cannot yet agree about the Eje&ioh of a Marfhal; 3/id there have been great; Difputes about the Election of fome of the Nuncio's, who (they fay) were not fairly chofen. Till a MarfhaJ is ciioien,' the Sraroft Spiski has taken the Staff as laft Year, be being the Senior Nuncio. . On,,the 3d, there happen'd a Quarrel if) the. King's Anrichamber, between Prince Wifndwiski, Regimentary of Lithuania, and Prince Czartorinski, Vice* Chancellor of that Durchy, who have borne an old Grudge to each other. Their Difpdte tan fd vef y high', thai the former drew his Sabre half out of the Scabbard, and laid nothing but that could decide, their Quarrel. The King being in perfect Health, he appeared this Morning in Publick, and was harangued by a Lord of Lithuania in the Name of the Nobility, and by an EcclefiaftiCk in the Name 6f the Clergy 6i this Dutchy ; who were anfwer'd on the part of his. .Majefty by Prince Wifi nowiski, as Chancellor of Lithuania. The Primate of Poland, and General Wief-bach, Miniflrer of the Czarina, had like wife fepirateAudiences of tj�e Ring this forenoon. M. d^ftuchef, who has refided here fome in the Quality of Minifter of Ruffia, is preparing to fet out for Holland in the Quality. Tb* Court is much rnbre nu-lerouJ thin laft Year; but we lie under fome Difficulty for want of Provisions, there being a Mortality among the Cattle, and tfe Sale of Beef; ,yeal, Milk, and Butter, being prohibtced. The two Proceftant Nuncio's from Pmflfia are not yet arrived; and 'tis faid the Pope's Mirtifter is labouring: under-hand to hinder tho.fe rwo Nuncio's from being admitted into thoDycc. ,, Copenhagen, OSok i4. N. S: This Day the new King, Cbriftian VI. v. is proclaimed here with .the ufual Ceremonies. Berlin, Oaob. N. S. The King is ftill at Wufterbaufen,whejre the Baron deTwick-el, Dean of Hildefheim; is to have Audience of. bis, ajefty To-morrotfr. Count Seckeh-ctafFis gone to mike auTour to Leypfick* M. Beftucbef is foon expected here, from Warfaw ; and we hear he will make Tome Stay at ibis Place, before he proceeds to the riague; where he is to refide in the Quality of Minifter 01 the Czarina; 'Tls reported that Major-Generil Sottori will like wife be here very foon. Ctries. OBoherli. f^.S. The Baron de BorcR is daily expe&ed here, to, take PoiTef-fion of his Plice of Pfefldent of our Royal College, his Majefty having conferred that Office upon him, inftead of that of Pre. fident ot the College of War at Minden, \&hich he erijoy'd before. The faid Minifter will after* ards go to1 CJeldcr, to allift at the Dyet which is to be faeid there tbe Day after Tomorrow; ; \writkt f8obir if N. S. Two Roman-Catbolicfc Parifties in the Country of TocK-embu'rg have forbid the Reformed-.the Pub-lick. Exercife of their eligion in their Churcrie?; till they can produce what the'j call an Authority fof making Ufe of that Privilege. Tlfe Report tnat was fpreacl in thefe Countries, fand frorii thence, transplanted into btfiers) of the Death of the Duke-V Modena, was'entirely ground left, the faid Prince being in a very good State off Health. 'Paris, prober 25, N. S. The King has nominal the Abbot de Vaugifbn, Archdeacon and Great Vicar of Angers, to that Bir fhoprick. . . The Diike de Gdntaufr, firigadief of the King's Armies, ano* Colonel of tb,e Regiment of Horfe of Ahjou, has obtained the King's Leave to (ell his Regiment to tee Count de Luce, Son to the Prince de Tingry. t The Company that M. de Beaucaire had in the Regiment of Lambefc has been given to the Count des Maretz, Great Falconer of France: . The MarcHionefs cte BeuVron ha? bequeathed zo,ooo Crowns to th'e Marcbtonefs de Bellifle, her Grand-Daughter) and 10,000 Livres to Mademoilelle d'Harcoyrtj and 1000 Crowns to the Chevalier d'Hafcourt. She has likewlfe left Legacies to ill hcrDo-mefticks. The Prefident Haihault is entirely recp-. covered of" the Operation of cutting for the Fiftula, which was perform'd fome time agoi ..^ ; ThiCbuntefi de Merode and! tjae Count her $on fet out laft W*ckj to go and take Pofieulou of rheEftafe otTrelofkarifing fromi (heSocceutonto tbeViate Dutcfieb of Hoik On the 14th, about Seven o'Cloek if Night, a youfig Woman was murder'd near the Carmelites Barrier; but file/ was not robbed. - - The Maifojt 4� jMtlfttt* Aflibiffado% jExtrtordinary of the .King of SpaibJ . arrived here the 24th. He lodges at the Hd� teL de Treyille, and has hired rhoft. of th(S Officers and Servants ;hat were left herd by, the Duke de Bourndnville. The Prince and Prtncefs d'Henghieri ^freht laft Week to. their Country Sear, and froth thende the Prince will go to Arras, to hold the Aflembly of the States of Artois. . The Duke de Tallard, Brigadier of the King's Arpnies, and Colonel of -the Regiment of his Name, is made a Major-General. ThePrincefs de.Bergues, Catperara.Major to the young Queen Dowager of .Sgain; whd has been fo dangeroufly ill, that fhe received the Viaticum, and Extreme Unction the le'tb, is now-much better. , �� . .Tbe Count de Rotcemburg, and feverai other Lords, are preparing to go to Chara-bord, to be prefent at the Celebration of the Marriage of the Duke de Chatelrault-j and in a fejv Days after, his Excellency will fet out on his Errfbafiy to the Court of Spain. . The Queen was to bave been churched the' 13th ; but tbe fame was. put off till the loth; upon Account of a flight f ndifpofition of in Erifypelas, of which her Majefty is perfectly reepvered. - - : Deal, 08ob. 16. Remains the Livaly Man of War j the Prince William, Clealand, fo^r the South Seas � tbe Benjamin; Somerfer, the Earl, Waters, the Ann and Elizabeth, Finch; the Homer, Nevil; for Dublin j Douro,' Lahdi-feild; for Oporto i the St: Philip, Cleatand; the Recovery, Wheatle, the Hannibfal; Turner, for Jamaica-; thfc Hehr^r ind, Ann,' MaiIes,for Sevil ; the Three Fronds, White,1 rhe: Cleaveland, rThompfon, fhe Alexander, Curling/ the Jonn, iCplvert,^ for Carolina 5 the Mary and Martha, Bratpple, for Bour-deauaj 5 the Betty, Biake^ and tbe Hare, Bit* ker,.,for.Lisbon ; the Ga"therine, Wyrin^fy Havre j the Hannah and Elizabeth', Jones^ the Cautious, Bigs, the Friend/hip, Combes; for Cadiz 5 the Robert, Hunter, for^Livef-pool, and the Nigfatingal; Hawkins*, for IttV Ofk land: th� Watts Galley, Wallace: f^Pbila-
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