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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 29, 1730, London, Middlesex Thurfdayy O&ober �9, 1730. /-.ft-:? Tefierday arrivd the. Mail due from France* f JAofiow, Sept. 27. N. S. [HE riewiPalace built near the Cre-melin, adjoining to the old Palace, being almoft finifhed, the Czarina has ordered' it- tp be fur-nifh'd immediately with her Winter Furni-. rare,; and. 'tis" believed fhe will go into it a-. Tsputtbe Middle of next Month.. The Prince of HefTe Homburg is gof^rojiie Mufcovite Ukraine, to command the Ruflian:tioops, in. the room of General Wiesbach-who is actually at Grodno, where he is to attend the Diet of Poland, and afterwards to go to % the.Court of Vienna with the Character df* Enyoy Extraordinary Her Czarian Majefty has* given the Government of Kipw to Prince Paretinski; that of SmplenskotoiMajor.Genera] Feralonof 5 and that of the Provinnce of Siberia to M. Axel Plefcbof. By: our laft Letters from Derbent we had an Account, that the King of* Perfia was arrived before Tauris a? the Head of an Army of 130,000 Men f and that he deGgn'd to attempt te make bimfelf Mafter of that Place before the Arrival of the Succours which the Grand Seignior was fending thither; that, the Georgians, and Tome Cbatns of the Tartars had Join'd together, and form'd a.Body.of^tp or T^tipop Mpjft, with which they had reinforced tfce King of Perfia'* Army, to whom f,ic is jfaid 4>e Great Mogul has newIy;offerd coi-fiderabJe Supplies of Men and Mpbeyj but all thtfp Advices are very tinceitain.-i'L$kcfy$ept.ii'.--NiS> On the 13th In? fiant; the Queen of. PPrtugal, - acccmpany'd by the Princefs of Brazil and the Infante Don Pedro, went .to S. Jaan dos Ben-Caza-dos,'..to: vific the Infante Don Carlos, who is recover'dvof his lare Indifpofition ; and upon her Return, her Majefty went to the Church oflhe Fceriph Capuchin Nuns. On the i6thj the Queen, the .Princefs of Brazil, and the Infante Don Pedro went to pay their Devotions in the Church of the Barefooted Au-guftins, after which they went to the Church of Our Lady of foeceflit v. The 17th,1 her Majefty vifited the Church of the Mother of God; from whence fhe went to hear Divine Service "in that of St. Cornelia of theJRe-formed Monks of Arabidos, whither the Prince of Brazil alfo went the fame Evening. We have juft received Advice, that the Sailee Rovers have lately taken an Englifh. Ship, with feveral Portngueze Paffengers on board. Madrid, OS. 17. N.S. Our laft Letters frorrf Port Sr. Mary's advife, that their. Ca-tholick Majefties and the Princes and Prin-ceffes of the Royal Family continued Ubere in perfect Health but that they defign'd to let out the 11th or 12th'Intrant, on their Re,-turri to Seville. Thorp Letters addj that the Court was gone into Mourning for, 8 Days, for the Dutchefs of Bruhfwick-Hanover, Mother of the Emprefs Amelia, and Aunt to the King* of Great Britain./ Father Ignatius de Laubruflel, Jefuite, "Confeflbr to the Princefs of the Afturia's, and formerly Preceptor to the late King Don Lewis I. to the Prince of . the Afturia's, and^ to the Infantes, died �� Pbrt: St. MaryV' the1 9'tti1 Intrant, aged 64 Years. The King's Orders are^Tent to Barcelona, by virtue of which, all the Tran-fports hired there laft Summer to carry Troops to Italy, are-difchargid. The 15:.Men of War, which lay in the Road of Barcelona,'* are returned into the Port of Cadiz, where 'tis believed they will - be immediately laid. ' Up. . -J. ' . . ; -.v ' � v . . : VerfaiBes, Nov. 2: N. S. On the. 28th. paft, the King feturn'd hither from,the Caftle of RambouHlet. _The fame Day, the Queen went to the Royal Houfe of Sr. Cyr, where her Majefty beard Viefpers and Cdmpline. "�* I. The. 31ft, being the Vigil of the Feaft of All" Saints, the King,-' wearing the Great Collar of the Order of the Holy Gboft, went to the Chappel in the Caftle, "where his Majefty heard Mkfs, and received the' Cpm.munibnrfrom the Ha.nds of. the Abbot de Choife.nl, his Chaplain in Waiting ; after which* hp touched a great Number of Sick. " The fame Afternoon, Vhe King heard the firft VefpersTungt3 Mufick in the Chappel of the Caftle, at: which the Bifhop of'Aire, officiated ponrifically.. ' ' : . - The 1 ft Inftant, being: the; Fefrival, the King heard .High.Mafs celebrated ,pontifi-cally by the Bifliopof Aire, ami fung to Mufick. In the Afternoon^ the King heard a Sermon preached by Father1 Cotonet, a? Je- . iuite.j; ifter ir, rhetfecdnd Vefpers,^ which were Tuirtg'jto Mufick, apd 'at whiphihe.fame Prelate officiated. His Majefty was likewife at Vefpers for ithebea'd^ % '' The fame Day, thrQueen heard Mafs in the Chappel of the Caftle, and received the Communion,from the Hands of the Cardinal de Fleury, her Great Almoner. The 2d, being A^SbuIs Day.jrhe Kin^ and Queen beard theiMafs of Requiem, during which the Deprofoundit was lung to Mufick. After Mafs, the King went to Ram-bouillet. V..;..'.'" On the 29th paft, the Marquis de Cafte-Iar, Ambaflador-Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the King ofiSpain, bad his firft Private Audience of the King, the Queen, and the Dauphin, being conducted by the Chevalier de Sainc^pt, Introdudtor of Am-baffadors. The 30th, Signor Mocenigo, Ambaflador in Ordinary to the Republick of Venice, had a Private Audience of the King, / The fame Day, Baron Gnedda, Envoy- Extraordinary of the King of Sweden; and his AmbafTador-Plenipotentiary to the Con. grefs of-SbifTons, had likewife a Privare Audience of his Majefty. They were both conducted by the fame intrbdu&or. - The King has nominated the Duke de St. Aignan, Knight of his Majefty's Orders, h|s AmbafTador to Rome. Parity Nov. 4. N. S. M.Jofeph deKigti, Marquis de Varennes, Captain of the young --:--"---t . . '.in. Qpeen - Dowager of Spain's Swiffers, died'-here,the Z7th of October, in thV^thYeae/1 of his Age. "�' ^ 1 ;p " Dame Mary,-,Anne Boucher, Wife: of lAl Anne-Francis, Marquis d'HarvihV Urigad ie^' of the King's Armies; and Lieutenam Cole* nel pf.the Regimen^ of Horfe of .Cferimonr/. died'alt Bputdeaux^'in tbe^Night between tHe^ 14th atnd 15th pa|r, agPd i5 Yeajrs, or there--1 abour. ' ; :'-'?; ?: j- " Onr laft Letters^ from1 Lisbon abW^ ifaatf! the. Ship ^hich brought the? 8 Bells caft for -the King of Portugal at Genoa, happening' to come, into Tagus at Midnight; his Pbrtu-gueze Majefty went' immediately to fee them 5 and thofe Bells have been, fince par-r,y'd to the Church of Maifre; but j5rjft the Patriarch of Lisbon went apd baptizedl*'^n^".: in a Village 3 Leagues off., Tbey'fia^ eadb; of them a Holland Shift, and a Gold Brdcadje Petticoat.over it. . : :h' .; Letters from AlicantNof the 13th rn^an^ advife, rthat the Tranfports hired there to carry Troops to Italy were < rettffn^d- f^om.-Barcelonaj with Part of the Troops onboard; which are put into Wmrer^Qaaners ^ a manner, that they may be /ready; ^effi^ barque at a Minutes Warning in tfet S|fn^�r that thofe Jt^qmy^0^0^0 to the Day they were difchaige^; ihatd^ Court being let put ch^f lath;^'otri^i^jff^.. turn to Seville, without fixing the g^ie ^ delivering the Efled* of ihe?/otillaV ift beJ gins to be doubted'whether they will, be de^ liveried till next Spring. ^ -:^ nf,?
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