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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 20, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The aily � -.4 *oum Tuefday, O&ober io, 1730. -  9 (. ... Mofcow, OBob. %, N. S. THE Czarina has fent for the Widow Von Akefkaes from Hamburgh, where (he has lived many Years, to take upon her the Of. fice of Governanre to the young Princefs, Daughter of the Dutchefs of Mecklcmburg j her Czarian Majefty being determined to give her laid Niece an Education fuirable to her high Birth. The Imperial and Pruffian Mi-mlters had an Audience of the Czarina the 28th paft, after which they fent Express to their refpe&Lve Courts; it is iuppofed, about the Secret Alliance. Vienna, OBob. 11. N. S. Men talk fo differently of late concerning Don Manuel, Infante of Portugal, that we do not know what to believe. *Tis now reported, that he will enter into Holy Orders, and foon after be declared a Cardinal ; and that it was he that the Pope referved in petto fome time ago j which was the true Reafon why Signor Bi-chi is not yet raifed to the Purple; but muft go Nuncio again to Lisbon j it being contrary to the Rule to create more than one Cardinal at a time, at the Nomination of any Crown'd He�jd. The Neapolitan Count Maifarerigo, fo famous for bis Projects, an A cne, among the reft, for the Refumption of the Alienated Eftates in the Kingdom of Naples and the Hereditary Countries, by which Means he has worm'd feveral People Out of considerable Sums, is arretted for Debt in his own Houfe. -Some Days ago, arrived here a Courier from the Emperor's Minifter at the Court of Great Britain. We hear the Allies of Seville have -abfolu'tely refected the Mediation of the Pope, and declared on the other hand, that in cife the imperial Court does not accept of the Temperament fome time fince propofed, the Expedition to Italy will certainly go forward in the Spring. They , write from Temefwaer, that they had there a greenifh Snow for fome Days jucceffively ; after which, a great Number of People were tak'en fick, ana" died iuddenly. .      t Hatisbon, Oct. \6. N. S. The Conferences bet--.een the Marflial of the Empire and the Magittrates of this City, about the Dearth of Provifions, have already produced this good Effect, That an Order is, publifhed, forbidding the Foreftailers to buy up any Provifions in the Publick Markets,' till the Foreign Mi-nifters and the Citizens have furnifaed them^ felves with what they want. The Imperial Minifter, Count%de Kufftein, arrived here a few Days ago, and proceeded this Day on bis Return to Vienna. On Friday laft, the Envoy of Mentz brought to the Publick Dicta-ture a Lettef from the Duke of Deuxponts, wherein he repeats his Inftances ro>the States of the Empire to fupport his undoubted Right to the Succeffion of the Dutchies of Berg and Juliers, in the beft manner; and to write Letters in his behalf to the Emperor^ that this Affair, which has been contefted ever fi ce the Treaty of Weftpbalia, may be decided without any more Lofs of Time.. Neufemberg, OB. 16. N. S. General Zum-jungen is gone through this Place, on his way. to Vienna. The Imperial Recruits are carry'd oh here with extraordinary good Succefs. Berlin, OB.16*. N. S. The King of Poland has written a Letter to his Pruffian Majefty with his own Hand, in faveur of a certain Great Perfonage. On Sunday arrived here an Exprefs from the Count de Degenfelt at London, who dcliver'd his Dtfpitchcs into the King's own Hand, who feem'd very well pieafed with the Contents. Bafil, OB. 17. N. S. We are inform'd, that the Pope has order'd his Nuncio's at-the proper Courts to declare, that to him Nothing appears fo, deiSrable, as the Prefervation of the Peace, and the Prevention of a War in Italy, to which bis Holinefs will contribute to the utmoft of his Power. The Imperial General Field-Marfhal Count Merci has received Orders from Court, by no means to incommode the Subjects of the Duke of Parma.  ; Frankfort, OB. 18. N.& On -the.8th in-ftant, the Dutchefs of Hildburghauzen was fafely delivered of a Prince, who has been baprized by the Name of Frederick-William-Eugene. . ,   :, Copenhagen,. O&.14. N.S, Yefterday the Garrifon of this Place took an Oath of Fidelity tq the new King Chriftian VI. Some Days ago, a ^.terrible Fire .broke out in the Caftle, but was happily extinguifh'd before it bad got to a Head. We have the bad News from the Sound; that one of our Ships lately return'd from Spiin was ftrancted upon Anhoutp and the Men narrowly efcaped with their Lives j' bat the Ship is" inffl'fed in Holland. v falmouth, 03, 1.5. Oh the 13tb failed the-the Windham, Capr. LyeV from Bombay, with fome others homeward-bound formerly mentioned. Came in the Falmouth of and for this Place, Chubb, from Hamburg. Liverpool, OB. 16. Arrived the Ehzabetb^ Mills, from Stockholm; the Reftoratioh, Whitehead, fiom Norway  the Speedwell, Rogerfon, from Jamaica. The Lucy, Grad,-well, of Liverpool, bound from Jamaica to London, was loft going into Kinfale. The, Pembmon, Partis, from Jamaica, laft from Briftol; the Hardman Galley, Penket, from Jamaica at Waterfora\ The Thomas, Hud-dleftone, from Antigua; the Henrietta, Har-fifon, from Virginia; the Alice. Hodgfon, from Montferrar, and the Mary, Chaffers; from Antigua, all four at Cork. Deal, OB. f8. Remains the Prince William, Cleland, for the South Seas; the Har nibal, Turner, the Jamaica Frigate, Smith', and the St. Philip, Clejapd, for Jamaica; all the others got out of the Downs laft Night, in a Calm, and the Lively failed this Morning for Portfmoutnv ^Yefterday arrived the Succefs, Hamar., from Dantzick for Lisbon, ana remains.  Wind S. , Grave/end, OBob. it.  fimved theTagus,' Thorogood, from Lisbon, the Jane, Foundon,-the Eagle, .Hakes, the* Eagle, Everet, the Mary, Saunders, the Martha', Howard, thd Adventure, Downing, and the James, Jeffe-ries, all from Malaga; the Jane, Hallaran,' the John and Ann. Shirley, the Providence, Dodd, and the Happy, Richards, from Bar-badoesj the Titus, Atkins, from. New England; the Burton, Padifon, from Ireland ; ber, 31 Monday   November o Tueiday   - -   17 Monday ---- 23 After T*rm. Monday November 36 The Rev. Mr. Archer was lately prefenred to the Bte&ory of Godbere in the County of Dorfe^ and Diocefe of Briftol. Yefterday died Mr. Patrick, a noted Weather* glafs-maker, at his Houfe in the Old Baily. Laft Night the Seffions ended at the Old tin\ft when the Seven following Malef&ftors received Sentence of Death, viz James-Rogers and Humi phry Belmoffer, for robbing John Broom in the Street, of a Great Coat, a Hat, and 12 Shillings' in Money. Hugh Morris^ James Bryan, Robert Johnfon^ for Robberies on the Highway. George Bevis for robbing Mr. Samuel Gillam of Watches, Rings and Money to a very great Value.   And Thomas Rivers for breaking the Houfe of Mr; Fen wick of Burr'-ftrcer, Wappingj and ftealing thence a great Quantity of Plate, and other valuable Things Yefterday the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor Came to Town from his: Seat 3t Ockham, to his Houfe in.Lincolns.Inn Fields; and this Day the Second General Seal will be held before his Lord-ffiip. This Evening a Committee of Council will be held at the Cockpit, Whitehall, on fome Plantation-Affairs. Yefterday the Corpfe of Thomas Williarm, Efq; Groom of his Majefty'$ Travelling Wardrobe, who died lately at his Houfe in Caftle-Streer, wafl rnterr'd with great Solemnity at Hendbn in Mid* dlefex. \ The fame Morning, Sir William Maxwell, of Monreith in the Shire of Galway, Barf. Grand-fon.to the late Earl of Eglintoun, let out front this City for Dover, being, on his Travels,, designing to make the Tour of France and Italy. Yefterday Advice came from Herefprdflijre, that Mr Juftice Price, who has been very much indif-p*ofed at his Seat at Foxley in that County, is on the-mending FJand., ,r  < On Friday Morning. laft,' the Wife of Mr.' Miles at the Bell in Whire-Chapel, being disordered in her Senfes, leap'd out of a Window two Pair of Stair*, but received no further P mage than fpraining one of her Legs, and Jbr ihg^he ide of her Face; fince which, Care been taken of her.   

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