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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 21, 1730, London, Middlesex                                Wednefday, O&ober xi, 1730. Tefterday arriv'4 ttse Mail due front Holland. Hornet 031 7. N. S. THE Pope having obferved, that by realon of the general Odium that Cardinal Cofcia has drawn upon himfelf, no Perfori could be found that would undertake to defend him , his Holinels has ailigned the two Brothers Ancan-geli* who are the Cardinal Vicars Criminal Judges, to be of Counfel forhis Eminency, that if be is innocent, he may be acquitted, and punifhed if guilty. On Wednefday the Cardinals Dam, Corradinj, and Origin, with Signor Corfini, Signor Riviera, and Signer Levifanij met at the Cardinal Secretary of State's, to confider of the Affairs of Portugal. A Canon of Lisbon is fpeedily expected here, with1 fome Overtures of an Accommodation between the two Courts. We have received Advice, that the Pope's two Galii.es, that landed Signor Lanti at Marfeilles, were attack'd upon their Return, between that Place and Genoa, by three Piffles of JBarbary ; but that the Gallies obliged them to flieer off* after one of the Pinks had received considerable Damage. v. Leghorn, 03. j. N. S. I'hey write from' Alicant the io;h paft, that the Spanifh Fleer; which faii'd from Barcelona, had pafs'd by that Port, fleering towards Cadiz.. The Affairs of Corfcia are ftill in the fame Situation^ .     , Milan, 03. 7. N. & The AVcbbifhop of this City has receivM Orders froth,Rome, to fend the needful Inftru&ions to the Bifhops his, Suffragans, whole Churches or Jurifdic-tionS are under the Dominion of the King of Sardinia, in order to maintain the ancient Rights of their Churches in their full Vigour, without any Dependence upon that King's Minifters ; and in cafe of need, tcr make ufe cf Eeclefiaftical Cenfures againft thofe who offer , to invade the fame. And they write from Turin, that the Archbifhop of that. City has receiv'd the like 0rders from Rome, which have very much embar-raffed that Prelate. 1 Vienna, 08 14. N. S. Yefterday the Pope's Nuncio (now Cardinal Grimajdi) had a. Private Audience of the Emperor," wherein he exhorted his Imperial Majefty, > in the Name of his Hqlinefs, to accommodate MatJ tits in a friendly way with the Court rof Spain; his Holinefs being ready on his pare to do the utmoft in his Power to forward fo wholefome a-Wbrk. That Minifter at the fame rimedefired the.Emperor to recall one Moiery of his Troops from Italy; offering to lodge a fufK'cient Number of the Pope's forces, in the ParrneTan,r for the Security of that Dutchy: But we; ire aflbred, bis Imperial Majefty gave the Nuncio to underftand, that the prefenc Situation of Affairs did pot permit them to leflVn the Nooiber of Troops^ he has in that Country. The fame Day, 'Prince1 Eugene of Savoy was a long time with the Emperor alone; after which his Higbnefs fee out, with feveral of the Nobility, for Gol-lerfdorf, a Country Seat of the Bifhop of Barn> berg's, to take the Diverfion of hunting for fome Days. Trie Imperial Commiffaries in Iftria are order'd to go Gprilia, to furvey the fine Forefts in t^'Provinte, from which the Venetians. have been Co long fupply'd with Timber for building their Ships. The Court has received a Confirmation of the Defeat of the Turkifh Army near Tauris by that of theSophi bf Perfia : They add, that,, this Action bad coft the Turks almoft 40,060 Men, with all their Baggage, Cannon and Ammunition; that the Sophi of Perfia had pot only carry'd the City of Tauris by A (fault, but had like-wife retaken feveral Other Places from the Turk*,; and that he had laid the Country wafte for feveral Leagues about, and carry'd off all the Provifions and Forrage, to deprive, the Turkifh Army of Subfiftence, which is marching to fight him, and is reported to confift of above 200,000 Men- I{atisbon, 03. 19. N. S. The Count de Kufltein, Minister Plenipotentiary of his Imperial Majefty, arrived here from Munich the 12th Inftant, and after having had fome Conferences with the Emperor's Principal Comrhiffioner and other Minifters, he fet out the 13th, for the Court of the Elector of Mentz. fterlin,-OBob 20. N. S, On Sunday laft,' the Baron de T nickel, Great Provoft and Stadbolder of the Bifhoprick of Hildefheim, had a Publick Audience of the King.at Wu-fterhaufen, in the Quality of Envoy Extraordinary of bis Electoral Higbnefs of Co-logn. He was received by his Majefty with a great deal of Diftin&ion, and had the Ho-riour to dine with the King, who kept hint till Ten o'Clock at Night.. Hamburgh, 03ob.i�. & S Our Magi-Urates are going to publifh a Placaert againft the deteftable Sin of Sodomy, and the Per-fons who are fled hither for Sanctuary upon that Score. They write from. Odenfee, that the Corpfe of the late . King Frederick IV. is to remain there about fix Weeks,, and then to be removed to Rodfchild-: Till when the Great Chancellor Count de Hofftyn, the Count de Rantzau, M. de Blomen, Matter of the Horfe, 1 Chamberlains, all the^are.King^s Valets and Lackeys .are. to attend there. The new King has feht thV Queen- Dowager a Guard of 40 Troopers and a Captain, to Brumftrup, whither-flie-retired as-foen-as the King's Breath was- out of hjs Body. We expect to hear of . great ,,Cpmmotions 2nd Difc orders; in tbi Dotcby/ Of. M^cklembprg, ; Cobgn, PB/ip.jN^. 'OurEleiSEor,. yfep is .gone, to make his Publick Entry into Q'fna-brug, is expected]back at Bonn about Martin-ma fs, (the 1 i th of \Ndvembej;.} "/'t .....   ., Clew, QB.:% 1. -N;:.S.. We hope the Affairs of Kuftrin v^iilfliorrly beputipoh a good^oot.; '/   .-'!;;. Ji; -..( , Plfcfej;  S. M. de-Tibm? Envoy of the Duke of Brunfwick 'Wolfem-buttel, is gone thro'this'Place for thei,Ha�gue, from whence he is to proceed to thtf-' Court of England. ,   .    .."''*;.' ( .  Brujfels, OB. 19. N, S.. /n Expref^ic went through thisi^lSce latejly on0t>is',wia^ ' from Mofcow'to. aeviUe^i.gay5x..a(n\Agp^njc that; the Courr of-Ruffia began^..to, b%{r?ore gay than ever, by the Direction of the Gosoit de Lewenwolde and his Brother, and rthe Copnt de Biron, who; are the1 C'?saiiirKrTs tFi-yourite Minifters', iftfomtic'l thar that Prififeefe hardly  does any .thing without' cdftl^Iftng them.   Her CJferian Majfefty givesj^reatiEr)-couragement to Fofefgfiers, efpetffafly thofe of Courland, and is refolved in every thing? rtct'fo]l6w.the Sieps of Pk&ifo <$re$t. Cojeti:   

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