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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 6, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The N�. urant Friday, November 6y 17$o. \ N. Venice, 08. 2*. N They write from Country General aflured Mountaneers   fro Brefcia, that feveral Imperial Officers were   are lately, gone thro* that Place, on their way   Sinzendorff will -COBZfaBID Co Kine Mahomet and the Upft Milan N Chancellor Count J dant, the Inhabitants of which Town are his   mand in Italy, only, Protectors. . On the aoth Inftanr, ar rived here a Morocco, by   gcroufly ill; to Paris, to put thelaft Hand to a durable General Zumjun-   Peace, with the Marquis de Caftelar, Am-gen, wao lately arrived her� (torn the Au-   baflador of Spain, in the Cabinet of the Cardinal de Fleury. Hamburgh^ Nov. j. R S.  M. Van Bid* derfee, Privy-Counfeilor to tfre King of PruC Netherlands Merci dan City has very Submiffion to King Muley AbdaUab, gainft his] Recovery.   Our Advices from 'tis odds   fia, arrived here fome Days ago, and pro- j Spain fay, rjiac fince the  Marquis Don   penhagen, to -make the Complements of II the J?afles are now open again be-   Lucas de Spinola has been in Difgrace,   Condolence and Congratulation to the new tween this Place and that.  This Day our   the Spanifh Miniftry has already under    King.  Here goes a to acquaint him with his Majefty s Defign to come this way with his Army, to cbaftife the Pruf- gone fome Alterations.   We have received   fian Majefty a Confirmation from different Places, that   Ship-Building, which was undertaken here be here incognito.   The having with Merchant Arabs and other Robbers that infeft the Schach Thamas, they feem'd to have a Crown of France, goes on very fuccefsfully, Country;   There are now in this Harbour 6 great Inclination to make* Peace with that % Ships having been launched this Summer* Merchant. Ships, % whereof lie ready to fail Prince; to which tbeEnglifti and Dutch Mi- which are built after a new and very elegant for England. nifters at the Porte may very much conrri- Model: And there are two more Ships put '  Waplesi Off. 17. N.S.   The Viceroy has bute by their good Offices: And fliould upon the Stocks, which will be ready to Orders for building a new Man of War, thofe two Potentates make up their Differen- launch by next Spring,  *Tis given out that in the room of the Santa Barbara, which is perhaps bend old for Service, and is a&uaUy con-   Mufcovy, to drive the Ruffi tbefe Ships, which by particular Orders were built of the beft iof Timber, are defigned demn'd. The Genoese Tartane, lately the Borders of the Cafpian Sea j in which for the Eaft-Indies; but we don't doubt they brought in hither, has been unloaded; and   Cafe, the ^---n-:- -   -t- L   ~*   ------      .�..-.. . _     - Qu eft ion Goods a confifcated,   and the Matter fent to the Gallies. Rome, 08. at. N Nigh Collicola ltf Majefty Men Men of War the Purple by the late Pope ces comprehends only thofe fituate in Europe, Benedict XIII.   He was to have cbriften'd have a the Duke-de Caff^relli's Son on Sunday laft, on) tba but was prevented, being taken very ill of Numbc die PJeurify that carry *d him off.   By bis low'd i Death there is a third Cardinal's Cap vacant. Signor Mofca feems very confident that he Macao being era it (no in the French Squadron, they being bored for 6o Guns each.  As the % Hamburgh Ships between the two   for Convoys, one of which carries 6o to 68 Guns,, and the other from 50 to 54, will not Merchants choofing Ruffian We   rather its Inhabitants (to the Souls) have been fwal- Convoy, a fend their Ships to Spain without enter Men Earthquake.  It is a famous   of a vice of a certain Potentate, in Confederation fhali have one of the Widow bahi makes great Intereft for her Second who is but 14 Years old, there being Prece- Marr in a little Ifl^nd, built upon the Side   ______________ and Sum met of a Mountain, in the South Part of the Empire of China, verynear to theCoaft      Deal, Nov. 4. Money deliberated River Canton, at the Mouth Co particularly Maldachini and   tion cannot yet be perfuaded to confent to the Subfidv of 2 Millions of Florins, which the Men of War, and my former ftHl re-Buckeridge, .for but 18 Years old when he died.  Cardinal   Emperor demands of the Clergy of bis Arch-   Wind la; the Montferrat Merchant, for Montferrat, and fome others, but the dutchy of Auftria, by way of Free Gift; but   know them. Mart all forts of Furniture thither, whence we con�   are rather for making a Loan of a certain Sum,   tigua, got into Ramfgate-Pier Yefterday1 Yefterday arrived the Induftry, Shepberdfon, that there. N Week Man lities.  They talk neverthelefs of fpeaking   from Bofton; Monafte Williams, for the here live Barques from Ancona, Sicily, and Nuns Calabria ; by the Crews of which laft we   bove Canaries ^ the Barbadoes Fadfcor/ Skinner; from Barbadoes, having loft her Main bear that the Imperial Millions of Florins upon good Morr-   Mizen Mafts.  Wind W. N W Winter Qu ^i?   gages, at 6 per Cent. the Ratisbon, Nov. 2~ N The Aflembly ^^^^ Troops which have been potted along the of the Dyet is very numerous, and yet there Sea Coaft of. that Province.  The Captain   is nothing done in it ; fo that it may be of ah Englifli Ship reports Cap Malreze Men of War the Cochin of Barb; s are returned hither i being off onth, he truly.faid the Dyet is half dead. Drefden. Nov. l. N. S   We dria,' who inform us, that the new King of   made  up 108 Sardinia was at the late Fair there, with a w in King here again foon. Tb^ Officers of all Several   the Saxon Regiments have received Orders to take Care that every Company of Foot be effe&ive Men, and every contain very great Retinue. Triers. Nov. 4, N. S.    There is much T Milan They write from   Talk of a Treaty of Marriage between the been at the Fair of Aleflandria, attended by a, numerous Train of the Lords of his Court �nd other Nobility. Duke of Lorrain and the Emperor's Eldeft Daughter. "Couriers are continually pafling thro' Lorrain betwixt thelmperialand French Courts, whofe Difparches are faid to regard LONDON, r % Thurfday laft died at her Houfe at Sfamford-Hill Mrs. Frances Worlin^ton, a Widow, Gentlewoman of good Eftate. The three Men following v/ere Yefterday committed to Newgate by Juftice Midford for feveral Street Robberies, viz. Francis Saunders, Robert Tyler and Abraham White, bn the Information of Rowland Jones, a Confederate of theirs." Yefterday the Ambaflkdor of Tripoli had a private Audience of his Majefty, and delivered his Letters of Credence, to which he was introduced by the Righr Hon. the Lord Harrington, one of his Majefty's Principal Secretaries of State, and conducted by Sir CIrmenr CotrreJ, Knf. Mafter of   

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