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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 27, 1730, London, Middlesex t ff ra f Lisbon, Sept. ii. N.S. HE ytb Inftanr, being the Ariht-vetfary of the Queen's Birth-day, the Royal Academy of Htftory met in the Palace, where, Father -Emanuel Caetano de Soufa, Vice-Commiffa-ry-General of the Bull of the Croifade, and Director of the Academy, made a fine Oration, with his ufual Eloquence, in Praifc of her Majefty. Don Jofepb da Cunha Bro-chado. Chancellor of the Military Orders, Don Juan Alvez da Gofta, Defembargador* and fonle other Members of the Academy, gave an Account of their Studies; and Fa-tber Emanuel de St. Damaib, Author of a Book entitled, the Truth fet in a clear Light, took his Seat therein, as a Supernumerary JMember. Don Antonio Galvas de Caftello* braneo, Gentleman of the King's Houfhoid, Knight-Commander of the Order of Chrift, and his Majefty's Envoy-Extraordinary to the Court of Great.Britain, dted herein the Night between the nth and lath Inftant* after a long Ilinefs. Vienna, 08. 18. N. S. On Saturday the Emperor went and paid his Devotions at Hie-ting j after which He held a Council of State, and g*ve Audience to feveral Perfons; Ve-fterday, M. Pfloger, Deputy- of the City of Neuremberg) had an Audience of his Imperial Majefty, who gave one a few Days before to M. Gutler* Deputy of the City of Ulm. The Princefs-Dowager -of Mansfelt and Fundi having lately made Application to the Aulick Council, for Letters of Interceflion to the King of Poland, concerning fome Grievances; the faid Council have granted her a Votum ad Irriperatorern, The Count de Wartemb'erg died lately of the Stfiali-Pox, at his Seat at Mamiefch in Moravia, aged 18 Years* He is the laft of the Family. This Day she Bifhop of Bamberg and Wurtiburg gives a grand Entertainment, at his Country. Seat at Gollerfdorff, to Prinze Eugene of Savoy, who enters into the 68th Year of his) Age; . Hamburgh, 08dber I3. N.S. On the lift* M. Hohenmublen, Counfellor of State, and Minifter of Denmark, notified to the Deputies of our Council the Death of the King his Matter. We hear that this City will (hortly fend a folemo Deputation to Copenhagen, to compliment King Chriftian Vl. upon the Death-of the King his Father, and upon his Acceffioti to the Throne. We flatter curfelves, that our Commerce with Den-mark, which his been interrupted for fome Years, will now be reftored. *they writ� from Odenfee, that till the Corpfe of the late King is removed into the Wand of Zeland, feveral Generals and Colonels have-, been fent thither, who in Conjunction with two Cham* berlains and two Gentlemen of the Bed* Chamber, are to guard it, and to relieve each other; and that the Queen-Dowager, who is retired to Bamftrup, a League from Odenfee, kept her Bed, being taken very ill; and remaining inconfolabje, for the Lofs of her Confort. It is written from Copenhagen, that the new King, who continued at Fredericksburg, and defigned not to make his Entry into that Ciry till the Palace is hang'd 'with Mourning^ Inad nominated. M. Rofen-crantz Privy Connfeilbr of State, and conferred upon him the Order of the Elephant. Frankfort, 08. 15. Ni S. The Deputies of the Circle of the Upper Rhine, who have been aftembled fome time, havefimfhed their Deliberations, and are preparing to return home. They write from Swiflerlandj that M. Paflionei, the Pope's Nuncio refiding at AUorff, bad made great Entertainments there for 2 Days fucceflively, upon Occafion of Pope Clement XIl's. Advancementfto the Pontifical Thronej and that at Zurick and Bern they are carrying on with Vigour *heProfecu-tion againft the. Prifoners. apprehended for counterfeiting the Coin, of whom they difco-ver new/Accomplices every Day.'"''"' Paris, 08. aj.
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