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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 9, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. N?. 9077; Monday, November 9, 1730. Tefterday arrived the Mail due from Holland, and onefromdkznce. JAofcow, OB. 20. N. S. ( GO UN T Ofterman has been declared Intendant- General of the Czarina's Houfhold ; and her Czarian Majefty has renew'd the Edi& pub-lifhed by the late Czar Peter I. which ordains, that Foreigners and Natural-born Subje&s fhall be upon an equal Foot with regard to their Preferment to Offices Civil and. Military, according to their Capacity and Experience. Petersburg, OB. 24. N. S. The Officer that attended Don Manuel, Infante of Portugal, to Riga, with a Detachment of Dragoons, return'd hither Yefterday. That Prince made him a Prefent of a fine Diamond Ring, and gave him a Letter for the General Count Munich : He likewife gave two Ducats apiece to every Dragoon in the Detachment. The Sluices which yet remained to be made in the Canal of Ladoga, being ,finifhed, the Water was let into it two Days ago; fo that that Canal, which has been 12 Years in makings is now navigahle from one End to the other. . * Vienna,. Nov. 1. N. S. An Exprefs is arrived from Constantinople, with Letters of the 5 th of October, which ad vife, that upon the 28th of September laft, the Janizaries began openly to murmur againft the Government That the next Day they took up Arms, and obliged the Grand Seignior to ftrarigle his Prime Vizir, the CapigiAga, and Captain Bafhaw : That having after wards demanded their Bodies, they back'd them in Pieces, and caft them to the Dogs, except that of the Captain Bafhaw, which his Mother redeem'd by dint of Gold: That upon-the 2d of October, tbofe Rebels, not content with fuch a Sacrifice, depofed the Grand Seignior, and fet up Sultan Mufta-pha's eldeftSon in his room. This Sultan Muftapha was depofed in 1703, and his younger Brother Achmet (now depofed) "advanced to the Throne. The Revolt of the Janizaries was not appeafed when thefe Letters came away. They add, that the News of a fecpnd Defeat of the Ottoman Army by the Persians had occasioned the Janizaries to rebel, who demand a Peace with Prince Thama's; and fay, if they muft have a War, better have it with the Cbriftians than with the Muffeifrien. We are affured that the new King of Sardinia has acquainted Count Daun, Governor of. Milan, that his Majefty was refolved to contribute all that lay in his Power to the Tranquillity of Italy, and to keep up a good Correfpondence with his Neighbours. Count' Merci has caufed the Garrifons of Porto Ercole and other Places on that fide to be reinforced ; and the Viceroy of Naples continually keeps two Men of War and two Gallies out a cruizing, to ob-ferve the Motions of the Spaniards at Porto-Longone, where, befide a ftrong Garrifon, they hive two Gallies and a Man of War! Count Merci has order'd all the Officers of theTroops in Italy, not to depart three Miles from their Quarters, upon pain of being cafhiered ; and has again forbid both them and the Soldiers to exact any thing of the Inhabitants, without paying them ready Money for it, over and above what is allowed them by the Regulations lately made by the Imperial Commiffaries Hamburgh, Nov. 10. N. S. It is written . from Berlin, that Lieutenant Karfcb had been beheaded at Cuftrin, in the Prefence of a Perfon of very great Diftinction. Paris, New. 9. N. S. The Queen being defirous to return her particular Thanks to Almighty God, for her fafe Delivery, and for the Birth of Monfeigneur the Duke of Anjou, her Majefty came the 6tb Inftant, to the Metropolitan Church of this City, The Queen, who was accompany'd by Mademoifelle de CJermonr, Superintendant of her Houfhold, the Ladies of her Court, and her principal Officers, arrived at the Vietropolitan Church at Noon, where Detachments of the French and Swifs-Guards were under Arms, and formed a Line. The Archbifhop of Paris, in bis Pontifical Veftmehts, at the Head of the Canops, received the Queen at the Church; Door with the ufual Ceremonies; and having complimented her Majefty, he conducted her into the Choir, jivbere fhe faid her Prayers, and afterwards went to the Altar of theBlef-fed Virgin, and heard Mafs, which was faid by one of her Chaplains. The Queen having been reconducted to the Church Door with the fame Ceremonies that had been obferved on her Arrival, herMajefty fet out on her Return to Verfailles. Dame Charlotte Le Normand, Widow of M'. Lewis Godefroy, Count d'Eftrades, Lieu-tenant-General of the King's Armies, and Perpetual Mayor of the City of Bourdeaux, died here the 30th paft, aged about 58 Years. ^The Marquis de Lauzieres, Chamberlain to the Duke of Orleans, is to be marry'd tomorrow Night to Mad. de Hauteforr, Sifter to the Marquis of that Name. Father Moreau, of the Chriftian Doctrine, who was appointed to preach next Advent at St. John en Greve, was interdicted fome Days ago; as was likewife Father du Lerin, nominated to preach at Sr. Mery, and the Place of this laft is to be fupply'd by Father Peruf-feau the Jefuite. On the nth Inftant, the Jefuites of the Profefs'd Houfe here began the Feaft of the Canonization of St. SranLQaus Koska, a Po-lander, and Lewis Gonzagaan Iralian, both Monks of their Order, who .wet? canonized by the,late Pope; and the Arcbbifhop of Paris is to officiate at the Opening of that Fe-ftival. M. Bourgevin, Treafurer of the Church of St.Jaques de I'HofpitaU died the 3d Inftant ; and the Duke of Orleans, as Grand Matter of the Order of St. Lazarus, has given that Benefice, which is computed at 3000 Livres a Year, to the Abbot de la Cauffe, who has preached feveral times before his Royal Highnefs. On the 4th Inftanr, Count Kinski, Am-bafTador Extraordinary of the Emperor, gave a magnificent Repaft in his Hotel to the F< -reign Minifters and feveral ociier Perfons of Diftir &ion, upon Occafion of the Feaft of St. Charles, whofeName the Emperor bear.^ There was one Table of 30 Covers, two of 18 each, and four of 12, ferved with equal Plenty and Delicacy. After Supper there was a fine Concert, followed by a Ball. The Small Pox is very rife here, and many young Lords are feized with it j but hardly any die of thac Diftemper. The King has nommaced to the Abbey of St. Jean d'Angely, Mad. de ia Rocheaimonr, who was formerly nominated to the Abbey of St. Laurent de Bourges: On the 30th paft, the Abbot de Querdu,' one of the Deputies to the General Affembly of the Clergy, was cut for the Fiftula, and is as well as can be expected. The Marchionefs dp Cbaroft having received Advice, that her Uncle the Archbi-fhop of Sens was very ill, fiv fet out Poft the 6tb Inftant in the Morning, to go to him. The Cardinal de Rohan has fent a Memo* rial to the Sorbonne, in which he declares that he adheres to all the Decrees which the Faculty have publifhed concerning the Bull Vnigenitus ; and his Eminency is daily expected here from his Sear at Saverne/ The Abbefs of Chelles came this Week to the Magdelaine de Trefhel, to vifit her Mo-, ther the Dutchefs of Orleans ; and her Highnefs defigns to fpend fome Days in the Abbey of-Val de-Gr*ce. They write from Tonniery near Bourdeaux that on the 26th of October died there Anne Coftera, aged 103 Years. Deal, Nov. 6. Remain the Friendfhip Packer, for Hamburgh; the Woodford, Martin, for Amfterdam. Came down Yefterday the Mermaid, Crawford. Matthew Cobb, for Jamaica ; the Triton, Jones, for Cadiz ; the Jofcpb, Richardfon, for Plimourh ; and of the Fleet which failed with .he two Men of War Yefterday, fome are put back, and many in fight putting back. Yefterday arrived the Chefter, Hipper, from Antigua. This Day arrived the h artha Galley, Hancock, from Antigua ; the Dove, Byrn, from Cam-peachy, James and Mary, Johnfon, from Maryland. Wind S. W. Deal, Nov. 7. All the Outward-bound which put back Yefterday are failed again with the Warren Galley, Wells, for Venice; the Parham Club, Davis, for Antigua : the Joycling, Cornhill, for Madera ; the Adventure, Read---; and fome others not known; Homeward-bound remaining, the Woodford, Martin, from Euftaice; the James and Mary, Johnfon, from Maryland ; the Martha Galley, Hancock, from Antigua ; the Dove, Burn, from Campechy. Juft now came down and anchored the Heathcdr," Wilkie, . for Eaft India. Yefterday arrived the Jacob Galley, Brock, from Santa Cruz. Wind N. W. Gravefend,
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