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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 5, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Gourarit. NQ. 9073. Thurfday, November 5, 1730. Maples, 08.17. N.S. THE Count-de Harracb, Viceroy of this Kingdom, who went the , 5th Inftant to Capua, return'd higher the fame Evening, extremely well pleated with, the good Canditioaaf the Fortifications of tha* Place. Htme, 08. ai. N: S. On Sunday Iaft Cardinal Porzia bad a long Audience of the Pope, upon the Affairs of the Congregation fuper honnuMs, or Criminal Congregation; of which1 be is. a Member. .. Father Dominique,, a Crony of the late Pope, has been committed Prifoner to St. Clement's, by Order of the faid Congregation, upon a Depofition made by Signor Giouanni Battifta. Calzamiglia, a Domeftick of that Pontiff's, who has fworn, that father Dominique was the Man that fold moft of the Plate and Furniture of the Apoftolick Palace. Signor Negroni, formerly. Treafiirer-General, has been fommon'd to appear before the faid Congregation within a limited Time, upon pain of forfeiting 200 Crowns a Day till be appears; wbicb in all likelihood will not-be foon, Advice being come* ibat after having made fome Stay at Genoa, he was gone on to France. The Pope has order'd -Signor Bondelmonte, Apo-ftolical Commiffary at Benevemo, to fend him a Plan of the Abbey of Santa Sopbia, which is valued at tfoooi'Oovvhs a Year^and being enjoy'd by Btfnedi^ XUL wheo %c "was but a Cardinal, his Holinefs after his Exaltation jjave it to Cardinal Ccfcia. We have received Advice, that the* King of Portugal has forbid the Jefuites in his; Kingdom to fend Deputies to the General-Chapter of their Order, which is to be held here for the 'Election of their General; This News has caft a prodigious Damp upon the Hopes we had conceived- of a fpeedy Accommodation with his Portugueze Majefty, which indeed we look'd upon to be as good as concluded. On Wednefday his Holinefs afiifted at a PrU vate Congregation, to confitfer ofproper Methods to rectify the Abufes which" crept in during the laft Pontificate, and to refuhie rHe exorbitant Grants and/Penfions made by the late Pope. ',_,' l:..Leghorn, 0& at. jN. S. Three Englifh Ships are arriy'd here from Alicant.-and two from Barcelona, of tbofe thar were- freighted for the Service of Spain. They write from Alexandria in Egypt, that Coffee was ftiU fold at Cairo for 27 Pieces of Eight per Quintal, iho'they had lately received 6000 Bales from Suez. Our iaft Letters from Corfica advife, that Signor Vexierofo, who was fent thither by the Republick of Genoa, to endeavour to reduce the Rebels '-to their Obedience by fair Means, was gone home without fucceeding in his Negotiations; that Signor Anfoldo Grimaldi was arrived at Baftia, with Orders to try what Force would do with them, for which Purpofe they were preparing to fend him a good Number of Troops; and that in the mean while, Signor Camillo Doria had received rJewrfnftruiaions and Full Powers to go. and put an End to thofe Troubles, if pof-fible. by'fair Means. The fame Letters add, that the Rebels were more united tfean ever, and-fhat they were well provided with Provi-fions and Ammunition of all forts. Milan, OS. 21. N. S. We have fenc to : Vienna the Plan that has been dra^n up here, for the .Winter Quarters of the Imperial -Troops that are in'this Dutcby, Our great-eft Difficulty is in'relation to Forage, by rea-fon of the great Number of Horfe. Cardinal . Odefcalchi, our Archhrfhop, returned hither from Rome the 17th Inftant, Venke, OH. 28. - N. Signor Thomas Fini having finifhed his Term in the Quality of Captain of the Fleet, returned hither on Sunday iaft, with a great Retinue. Letters from Dalmatia, Corfu, and Zante advife, that they are all in perfeiSk Health there. Petersburg, 08.t.i%. N. S. Within tfaefe few Days, four feveral Couriers have paffed tbro* this Place.on their way to Mofcow, from Vienna, Paris, Seville, and the Hague. Jr freezes lo hard already in thele Parts, that the River of Neva is aim oft cover'd with Ice; and as a great Qjaaritjity of Snow is fallen in the Mountains, the General Count de Munich, Governor of this City, has given the neceflary Orders for rendering the Roads practicable betwixt this and Mofcow. They write fyom that Capital, that the Czarina has declared that fhe will pafs the Winter there, ,and make a Tour hither in the Spring: Tfea^Jher Czarian Majefty has refolved that the%aate (hail meet twice a Week in her Prefence, to take Care of the General Affairs .Of the. Empire; that the Council of War fhall fic or.ee a Week * and the other Colleges de die in' diem. They add, that the Court had fent Orders to the General Poft Office to keep 16 Calmucks well mounted upon every Stage on the Road between that Place and Afiracan,to efcorte the Couriers that pafs backwards and forwards betwixt thofe Cities. Letters from Derbent advife, that they bad \eceived a Confirmation, that Prince Thamas had already recovered PartJdf the Cbnquefts made by the Turks in Perfia ; that he flat-rer'd bimfelf heihould retake all the reft before the Ottoman Army could come to prevent him ; that the Seraskier Balhaw having irally'd the Rums of the Turkifh Army defeated by Prince Thamas near Tauris, had form'd them into a Body, and pofted r,bem in an" advantageous Pafs; .and that that General had received Orders from the Grand Seignior to fend him the.Heads of fome Bafhaws, who. had not done their Duty in , the late Fight. Vienna, 08. 28. N. S. The. Count .de Kufftein, Minifter Plenipotentiary of the Emperor, return'd hither Yefterday from the Empire, and in the laft Place from Neus in Silefiay where the Elector of Mentz at pre-fent refides. � Major-General de KevenhuHer return'd hither alfo fome Days ago from Italy j whence the Field-Marfhal Count Merci and feveral other Generals are daily expected, to fettle the Operations of the next Com-pagne in cafe of a War. Berlin, Nov. 4. N. S. The King and theJ Royal Family continue at Wuirerhauicn, w here they enjoy a perfect irate ot Health. They hunt there 3 Days in the Week;- and eve y Day they hunt, the King dme� with the Generals Seucend->rrT and Gnjmbkow. Yefte day they celebrated Sr. Huberr's Jbefti-vai there with the ufual Solemnities, and kill'd 2 Stags, one after the other M. de Podewils, formerly Envoy Extra;HcJirarv of the King of Sweden, being conftuufd Mmi-fter of State for Foreign Ar7a:�s, took the Oaths fome Days ago,in his iVSajetV) > Pre^ fence, and in that of General Borck, who who went to Wufterhaufen lor that puriole; The Baron de Twickel, Stadboidcr of Hil-defheim, and Envoy Of the Elector or Co�^ logn, has had bis Audience of Leave, and is preparing to return home ; and 'tis iaidiie will be fpeedily folioved by (bme Troops of Execution, which his Pruilian Majefty and the Duke of Woifembuttel are to furuifh, in cafe the Differences that have happen'd at Hi'defheim be forthwith temtijied ma friendly way. The Count de Lvnar. Envoy-Extraordinary of the King of Poland, is gone to Wufterhaufen, to take bis Audicce of Leave alio : He will be fucceeded by Coi. Pohfens, who has already had an Audience of the King in that Quality. This MiniHer will attend his Majefty where ever he goes. The Gendarmes and Artillery have been augm^nti cd ; and the Battalion of Militia of Major* General Rofeler is changed into a formal Regiment. Amjierdam, Nov. to. N. S. Letters from Paris, of the 5th Inftant, advife ihat M. Hop, Ambaffador and Plenipotentiary of Holland, was to let our that Day for Ghent, defigmng to make Dunkirk in his way ; and ihar M. de Goflmga would follow him in a few Days, and go directly to Ghent, from whence they; will proceed together to the Hague. , Dartmouth, 08. 30. Yt-fterday came in here the-Marfella of, and for this Plact, Scm-mers, from Newfoundland, and the 0
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