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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 2, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Courant. N?. 9070. Monday, November 2, 1730. to It i On Saturday arrived the Mail due from Holland. Mofcow,OB. 8. N. S. THE Czarina is Or ill at Ifmailow, where (he and all the Czarian Family are in perfe& Health, On the 5th, there was. a Fcaft at Court, it being the Anniversary of the Birth-day of (be Princefs Profcoyia, her Czarian Majefty's younger Sifter. The Foreign Mirnfters, tbofe of the Court, and feveral other Perfbns of Diftin&ion were magnificently, entertain'd ac Dinner, and in the Evening there was a Ball* which the Czarina honour'd with her Pre-fence. Grodno, OB. i 9. N. S. The Deputies nominated by the Staroft Spiski, Director of the Dyet, in the Seflion of the ixth Inftanr, to endeavour to bring over the Nuncio Mar-Cihkiewicz, not having been able to persuade him to withdraw the' Proteftjwhich he had fent to the Regifter, the laft Seflion was held the 16th. The Director open'd it with a very moving Speech,. wherein be lamented l�e bad Succefs of the prefent General Dyer, which he hoped would have turn'd to better Account: He then laid down the Marlhal's Staff, and difmifs'd the Affembly.- Some of Motives which the Nuncio urges in his Pro jteft, amount to this :' That: they ought, in Conformity Jto what was exprefly ftipulated in the Conftiturion of the General Dyet of 1716, to have -engaged Count Maurice of Saxony to deliver up the Diploma of Election given him py the States of 0ourland ; Adding, that lince an Affair of fach great Importance-hac! been neglected, an4the Observation. 0/ the taws was fo little regarded, he protefted before God and the States, a-gainft every tbjnjg |hat fhquid be ^ne in the prefent Dyet; &c. The Senators have bejan their ufual Conferences, after which the King will return to Warfaw, and from thence pro; ceed to Saxony. Victim,. OS. a 5. N. S. Sunday being the 'Anniver^ryof the King of Portugal's Birth? tlay, the fame was celebrated at Court with great Magnificence. Two days ago, the fimperor held -a Council of-Sta�e, in which Count Anthoqy Proskauy Vice-Prefident of the Chambe,r pf Sile/ia, topK his.P|ace, having jbeerj ;nomJ�aJifd to .that Office,when his ImpeciaVM^^y was .ctpwVdnM; Prague. The Prince ofcl>obcbwit�, t.6rd; Steward of $h# prnprefs'st.^Qplho.lp'j is appointed ro go to Breflau, to prefide in the Aj&jnbly of the' Stares .of $tla*,' *S'theEmperor's principal ff^mmifliQpe^''^aric} 'tis fai# jhfe' ^opnt'de Czernio will $0:wjcb the fam> (^har^cireij to that of the States of Bohemia; The Cqunt d'Oedt, whojfcw'been at Triefte, in the Quality of Imperial Cbmmiffary,'return*d frogi thence two Days ago, with M� Wiedman, Counfellor to the Court of Bohemia.  The Pount deWadftein, Lord Steward of the Houlhold to the Electoral Princefs of Saxony, will fhordy return to Drefden. The Count de Preufling, Mafter of the Horfe to theEledor of Bavaria, is not expected here till next Spring, to receive the Inveftiture of the Fiefs of that Electorate. The Baron de Wacbtendenk, who is lately rerurn'd from Italy, had fome Days ago a Private Audience  of the Emperor. They write from Belgrade, that the Turks have lately fent another Detachment of fome thousands of Men from the Garrifons of Niffa, Widdian, and other Pla-. ces, towards Adrlanople ; fo that they have not now upon the Frontiers above 15,000 Men; and they write from Croatia, that lince the Departure of the 10,000 Albanians for Conftantinople, they are likewife very fcanty of Troops. Upon certain Advice th|t the Contagion has fhewn itfelf in Walachia, Orders are fent to the Governors of Tranfyl-vania to (hut up. all the Paffages. It is ftill reported, that the Differences between this Court and that of Saxony are in a fair way of Accommodation. 'Tis moreover amrm'd, that there are fome new Proposals of Accommodation upon the Carpet between their Imperial and Catholick Ivlajefties; and that we (hall foon fee here an Ambaflador frbtri Spain, with proper Inftru&ions to . bring this great ^orkjo Perf�$ion. Be that as t it will, the of Liria at Mofcow. They write from Barcelona and Alicanr, that the Transports' are difebarged, being firft punctually paid what was due "to them, except thofe which were turn'd into Stables for ic HorfeS or more, who have 'been engaged by a new Contract to remain in the King's Service tilt the Month of March, at the rate of 15 Reals of Plate per Month for each'Horfe, with a Promife that it fha# be made up .2,5 Reals of Plate, if the Expedition to Italy goes forward before the faid of March. The Mailers of the Tranfports were told, when they took their Leave, that they would be glad to fee them again in March or April, when they; might perhaps have Occasion for them.. Berlin, 0% 09. N. S. Two Days ago the King had a great Hunting. Match in the Park of Wufterhaufen j after which General Grumbkow and Count Seckendorff jointly treated his Majefty, the Foreign Mioifters, and feveral Generals, with a magnificent Re* gale at General Grumbkow's Houfe in the laid Park. The Baron de Twickel, Stad-bolder, of Hildefheim, and Envoy-Extraordinary of the Elector of Coiogn, was one of the Guefts, to whom the King'fhewd himfelf. particularly gracious, and parc|on'd, ac jits Reque^ a I|L6a^fi^'Cathd%k^Id|e)rft^ was to have been, executed the next JJay, ."' &an%forit iJov. ii'S Si ^tf^oTi |oeid Poflfore of ^iS^lt, the Negotiations daring the llrlper (kovfl4 not have the defired Succefs. Orders are ^dually iflued for raifing 15^00.0 Recruits for the Imperial Troops: They have alfo nnder Confideration, Ways and Means for augmenting the Forces; but nothing will be done herein rill the Field-Maffhal Count Merci is arrived from Italy, who is daily expected, with feveral' other General Officers. The Count deKuffteih is likewife expected from the Empire, to give the Emperor an Account of his Negotiations, which (they fay) have had the defired Succefs, the Aflb-ciated Circles having refolved to furnifh an Army of 30,00a Men upon the Rhine in cafe Of a War. Port St. Mar ft, QSober iz. N. $. A violent Fever raging at Cadiz, attendee) with a Vomiting and Lpofenefs, which (weeps away jgreat Numbers of People, the- Kinjg and Queen,, the Prince and Princefs,6/ the Aftu-tia s, and the Infantes Don Carlos and Don Philip defign to fet out this Evenjnjg for San JLucar, from whence they will go to Seville "iy Water.' The Infante Don; Lewis, who Jfias been out of Order for fome Days, went before, Yefteerday, by Land. The two youog Infanta's are to fbfloW'To-morrow; as are likewife the AmbafTadprs and Foreign 'MinifterSjexcept Mr. Keene.wbbgoes the 14th to Gibraltar, and from thence he will like, wife return to Seviffe next Week. *Tis not ;yet knovn when the, Eftecls of the Flotilla will be deliver'd; bur we hear the perifhable Commodities will be unloaded very foon. Yefterday arriye^an Ejxprefs ftom the Duke feblen; which -h^^^iiio^^cfe^ now recruiting that of Cutra^uers OfjDoR Manuel, Infante of Portugal* which goes^on but flowly, becaufe they take none but Chosen Men. The Emperor's Order againft the Exportation of Powder, Lead, and; other Counterband Goods, is renew'd in mdft of the Imperial Towns. Cologn, November 3. N. S. On Sunday next, the tJniverfal Jubilee granted by Pope Clement XII. will be opened ijeije. They write from Turin, thajc the King of Sardinia has named Cbmmifiioners to fettle, with thofe olStbe Republiek of Genoa,- the .Limits of their refpective Territories. They add, that young Prince Eugene, Son to; the late Prince Emanuel of Savoy, and Nephew to Prince Eugene of Sayoy, is to continue at that Court. Hague, Nov. 7. N. S.  The Duke de Rip2 perda is arrived here insognito.   Major-General Glinftra died fome Days ago at Leeu-. Warden* Deal, OBober 3d.�- Remain the Lively Man of War; the Prince William, Clealand, the <&: Phflip, Cleland, for the South Seas 5 the Nile, Mat the wi, :for Alexandria 5 the Lori  Utber, for-Guinea; the Providence Ax-   

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