Daily Courant, October 23, 1730

Daily Courant

October 23, 1730

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Issue date: Monday, October 23, 1730

Pages available: 3

Previous edition: Sunday, October 22, 1730

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1728 - 1833

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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 23, 1730, London, Middlesex 4. 1 P J I , 4 J > . V I. ' r 4 firmer - * Difcretion aidiefcM �^^bv obi- ReJttve^ We Public* r1 to ' 1 - J " de " � * �� � i Si"* the almoft id* �hjv^mmk fti^Hc & otic p v. ;t�(frm6ftyhmfcble Rei*onftr*hc * the Foot" of for the Holding, of ibe, Dtf d rone. one oiltbWl and it wasfor nootbefEo �but tofoiiowtS. :,m**&&ts>w& -'�'with* air Attention rha Mjeribj: jr#tM$ of Lewis AuguftGreat Grandfathe : and -the it it Gririck; Bu t fhould it happen contrary there ^w�f thff Cbptch,/ wc. will veprurfe " yovi, Sirh, 'aire greater and vjmore-rous? than Ihpfe. which purForefal memedttrte4teotftooI. 9� faeap upon your Ma/efty, the morethth^ftiiydu ought.to be; and your Grancude' for hi& Benefits cannot be bettfer, ihewtv ithin- by " a double Zeal for the Obfervance of his tt r . it t 'Subpart of his SeniorlNuncio, vwfao Mztfhzfe Staff, preilded then Jn the Affert* Wy: By virtue of rfafrRjgfar; Prince. Lubdi tnirski/ Sraroft of Spiski, who is the Seniof Nuncio , of this Dycc,. and ajfb i?refided in that of Jaft Year, made a Speech to the NuncioV^wberei Mouth. Suffer Succefs to their Delib not die; Libqfty of their. Mimftry to t&fceh'from tBfem. v They willmalte no ther Ule of it. rlian to eAablifli Chrift wifh'd for put theni h eihotr4 Cb V Truths, and teach People the Refped: and i ro the-Snbmtflibn that \$ due of Rorrie, he deffreS rhein to t ** the ^f i^eprehen ft Obedienc* thef^ 6w6.yod; which is onfe of the moft ettehitkl and the moil bie#. and " by the ficdeuaRicai Fower# � ra(h Pa phiec coridemnVi by your 'Majefty's Self, and refuted before your Face by the Wi� dom of the fipifcopate $ ii ic poffibl a fay^ theyihould haVe the Libettyto ** vive all the Principles therein, if 41 Principles be deemed peraieious; tfid tc " exclaim every Day, with. Shouts of Ap " plaufe, againft' the Srlcklers  for a JLaw, and � � bat the Firft Body be the mod; tei&y Po- merania by the Tribrinal of Radoni, ought firft to be taken off, that he might uke his Place in the Senare without Opposition j' and praying the Director fo lay this Matter before the King. But he and his Colleguesi the other Nuncio's of Pruflia, having been told: that there was no fuch thing as the Spbmiffion; that our Immunity fliall never Chamber's going either to the Ring or the ferv'e us for any other purpofe, than.' - L1* *' " '  * - � � carry our Obedience to a greater Leng Merit; that no " Privilege can exempt us. from .the meaneft " Duties of true frenchmen; and; that * throughout your whole Empire, in which Marfoal ceded from their Demand, and consented to E!e(ftion of a Marfhal upon> Condition be it f your Maiefty refped: Pomeran the upoh is looked upon violable Law? it D-.J� �.'- permitted t " Term ifconfecrated ,by Cuftom, adored, by (i your people; we know of np other Ene* (< inies yon have, tbati thofe who accufe us "of belnj fof and who fii,ck at.nothing to " deer f to you pur RefpecV our * Affeiitidn. being the Nuncio' This Incident 4 ^ 1 - and unihikett Fidelity ftafted another, to wit, that they ought ,ini the firft place to wipe off the Stain cjft hpoi the Great .Dutchy of Lithuania/ by j^ro'cefta againft the Nuncio's before fev'^ral TribuJ nals, which by the way had-never been pro- t \ t U Pardon, Sire/ite^gencfs of our Coin plaints, whic*^r^ our Grief.J \ ^HEKtna-fetoutffo where but " ter'd buffelves: *' in the $ounuU[of the'fyet of Gfodno.. Warfaw the tfd of tr......._________ , . .. September, and arrivedJiere the.SPthjof uld not &4&US itbltty them.anythat Month. Almoft. all the Inhabitants of Is City and Liberties went to meet his Ma*. t who received in his Palace the Co try, thin pliments Dyets^when the Nnncip Director told them, that; produced fhould find there furer and more tBe&wA Minifters were eleded; fince no Docu gainft thofe.who were(prbtefted againft upo* the fame Foot as laft Year, as the Nuncio'* of Lithuania had alledged withftanding Ele&ion of a Marfhal; but they perfifted their Oppofirion. On the other hand, i proceed tmwi's.upoihisX�feArrwaI^T^n�tDay/ StatoftofRadothW,lkifroiM^efer fc s ;