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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 11, 1730, London, Middlesex Courant N?. 9079 *4 , Wednefday, November 11, 1730 Naples, 09. 24. N. S, Morn dinal, has been given to Signor Corfini, the bifhop of Lima, who bad been twice Viceroy Popes Nephew, with too Crowns a Month ugmentation The Queen was to have come of Peru, was dead. Dujfeldorp, Nov. 14. N. S. The Princes and Dire&ors of the Circle of Weftphalia, Jate Apoftoltcal Nuncio here, (ec 13th inftant, to pay her Devotions in the have fent Circular Letters to the States of out Poft ,for Rome, but with a Church of the Profeffed Houfe of Jeiuites, the Circle, to pay their Arrears of Contin- a heavy Heart, being very uneafy where they continued the Nine Days Devo Anfwer is yet returned from Spain, tion for Arrival there as Nuncio will be ac- tioned i the^anon kit aad the Circle, to pay their Arrears of Contin gents into the General Treafury of the Circle without Lofs of Time, upon pain of Military Execution. The Commons of the Dntchies of Berg and Juliers are fummoned ceptable to that Court. . N fign'd to gc Lucerm Nov. 9. N. S. Some Advices from wj/iVw, where the neceflary Orders were gi- to meet here the zzd Inftant. Moment* K lip heard of King Vi&or-Amadeus of Sardi ven; after which, her Majefty was alio to of nia's Refignation of his Crown, they have ger ; But fhe did not come till Yefterday plainly perceived his Inclination to abdicate once more in favour of the Prince of the A. Morning Haguet Nov. 15. N. S. This Day the States of Holland refdmed their Sefiion, and will difpofe of feveral Offices both Civil and Military on the 17th. Tefterday the Prince Iruria's. There are now at Genoa, 19 Ships Hubert, the King;took two Stags m-the The 3d Inftant, being the Feftival of Sr. of Naffau-Orange dined with feveral Per Tranfp Expedition, and were lately difcharged. bouillet Majefty was ex Cons of Diftin&ion, at the Baron de Linden's, Burgrave of Nimeguen. We have received Ratisfon, Nov. 9. N We tries) giving an Account of-what pafs'd at Myanca in Hungary, between the Lutherans and the Roman Carholicks, abont a Perfon at Verfailles the 9t.b j but did not arrive there Advice, that M. Hop pafs'd thro' Ypres the till the 10th in the hvemng 5 bur he had fent 12th Inftant, on his Return from Paris, an Exprefs to the Queen, to let her know tc. The Cardinal de Fleury accompany'd the Deal, Nov. 9. ThisDay failed the Succefs* On 7 M Dornford, for the Canaries j the PJeafant, Morris, for Gibraltar y the Nept Allen, poflefled wirh rbe Devil 5 by which it is plain, dot, Introductor of A.nbaffadors, acquainted for Lisbon. The reft are ftill here, with the that to all Appearance the Lutheran Superin- the voune. Queen Dowager of Spam, that , John and Benjamin, Hartley ; the Swallow, D Fafting, whereupon the (aid Perfon left the Ma Spain, that , John Morris for Sev U; John and Mary Church of Rome, and turn'd Lutheran; fit that Day on the Part of the King and Marfeilies; theHafwell, Brookes, the J Murry, for Barbadoes; the Mayfl Which came to the Marquifate of Mahren Queen accord Minifter and after having Scarth, for Carolina; the Pompey, Godber, laid a Snare for him, and threw him into Currafliers matched presently after made her his Compliment in Spantfh, he pre-fented to her a Letter from the King of Mayflower, Turner for Vir Yefterday and this Day arrived the My gtma. Mortimer, Landfen, from Nor Houfe* and and deligned Harfo- and-they converfed together for fome time. Weft, the Coope to |ie Superintendanr narrowly efcaped; and gor to Presburg, Day, that Princels lent one Gentlemen to return his Compliment. Marq William and Mary, Ly Wind W. N. W. Daritzick. -where he has fince been feized. Wherefore, Richelieu, has obtain'd the King's Leave to Brs Son is come hirher, to intreat the Prote- prefent a Petition to the Council, to profe- ftanc Body to intercede with the JEmpefor for cute his Pretentions to the Dutcby of AiguiU his Father's Enlargement. We have Letters Ion. here from Swerin, which advife that the - The Archbifhop of Seni's Diftemper in- Lunenburgers go on with their Show, having creafing every Day, he receiv'd the Viaticum lately dffarmed the inhabitants of Butxau and Extreme Unction the 9th, and died the LONDON. and Criviz than tc w Kufft yet clofer fame Nighr. Danifh N Count de M after St fantasy N*v. 7. This Day M. de Thorn, Envoy-Extraordinary from the Duke of Brunf- wick Lunenburg Wolfembutrel, had his firft private Audience of bis Majefty, to deliver his Letters of Credence; to which he was in* .troduced by the Right gHonourable the Lord . - , , . . Harrington, one of his Majefty*s Principal Se-baffador not having buber* cretar�s of Stace> and conduded by Sir Clement Majefty the Death of the Comell, Knc. Mafter of the Ceremonies. He had afterwards a private Audience of her veral Electors and JPrinces of the Empire, has nor for how long rime, this Court will go Majefty, to which he was introduced by the - ~ - ' Righr Honourable the Earl of Grantham, her Ma- Wa M an Army of the ' not be wanting, Cologn* Nov 14, of this Ele&orate Week jefty's Lotd Chamberlain, and conduced by the N. Yefterday arrived the Maitdue from France. Paris, Nov. 15. N. S. fome flight Fits of a Fever ; but being per- Mafter of the Ceremonies, feiajy recovered, he is making Preparation* Monday N�ghc a Fire happen'd in the Diftill- for the magnificent Entertainment which he de- Houfe of Juttice Roife in B^naby-ftreet South- * P . u 1 a , u�;�, rw Co,ft wark, by the fly ne off of the Head of the Still, ?K^,�!I!i!lt?^�^?aL2f�,* whici.Lm-d'.bfNefghhourhood very much! the T ETTERS from Rome, pf the 25th paft, a new reprefented upon tbfr-Stage for the firft time, but by good Management the fame was loon extinguilh'd, without doing any great Damage. Mr. Legg, Gunner of the Deal Caftle, was inform us, rbac Cardinal Cofcia having which meets with great Applaufe. d, The THuntfb&f Intcreft, Yefterday, by the Lords of the Admiralty, made Gunner of the Windfor, and one Mr*-Lucas fuc- furrender'd his Archbiflioprick of Benevenro, On the 9th in the Morning , M. de Mani* ceeds him in the Deal CaftJe. it was generally believed the Pope would give ban, Archbifhop- of Bourdeaux. and M Johnfon it to Cardinal Petra. Cardinal Rufpoli will M of Prifoner in Newgate, brought a Habeas Corpus to be made Prefed of'the Propaganda fide, and Parliament of Toulouze, fee out hence on be carried to Se.jeants-Inn, Chancery-Lane, in the Cardinal de St Agnes Prefla of the Sig- their Return ; namely, the former to bis orde.-to r^^^Sr^fZ^M' Cardinal Collicola received the ^; Archbilhopriclc, and the latter co Toulouze *< ^^J^ ^reT tit?,8hi ticum, thcExcremcUnaioo, and the Pope s On the i zth. after the King had held a ^ hisRf ftom ?h6 okcers that had hitn Bleffing at the Point of Death; the 19th in Council of btate, and dined in Private, bis in theit charge, and ran down the Temple'-Lane; the Morning, and died the fame Evening, Maj ^[ed^S Years: He made no Will, only re* to Racnbouillet. commended it to his Brother to diftribute a certain Sum of Money among his Dornefticks. The Superintendance of the Port of Santa Felscica, vacant by the Deceafe of that-Car- Letters from Madrid, of the 31ft paft, import, that an Advice-Boat was arriv'd at Cadiz, from New Spain, by which they heard the News, that Don Diego Marcillo, Arch- bur being purfued, he was tetaken, and carried back to his former Lodging in Newgate. We hear, that before the Inrerrment of Mrs. Oldfield, as requeued by her Will,- fhe was opened by a very eminent Surgeon, who was of Opinion, that ihe died of a Contufion in her Bladder.
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