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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 12, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Courant N?. 9080 Thurfday, November 12,, 1730. Home, OHober 24. N. S. PRince Bencdetti of Spoleto bas made a Prefent'to the Pope, of the famous Crucifix, which the Holy Fathe*r Pius V. always bad in Sight when he faid his Prayers, and which revealed to him a long time beforehand the. Sea Fight between the Turks and Venetians in the Gulf of Lepaoto in the Year 1571, and ;tbe great Victory which the latter then obtained., over the Infidels; with which Prefent, his .Holinefs cxprefs'd a particular Satisfaction. 'Tis reported, that Cardinal Cofcia, who has-re-fign'd bis Ar.bbiftioprick of Benevento, has a mind to make a Merit, and erect an ever-lafting Monument for himfeif, by finilhing the great Fafade or Front of the Lareran Church at his own Expence. The new Pope is already made a Cato of here, for his ftridt Juftice, and great OEcbnomy; fo that they may apply to Him that of the Poet: ------ Hdbeat jam f{cma pudofem, "Tertius e ccelis cecidit Cato.--- pant^ickj JNov 1. N. S. The Apartments of Count Maurice of Saxony's Lodgings here have been furnifhing for feveral Days part, and fome Orders are given; which make us conclude th%t G�ntieman is coming hither. We are told that there is a good Underftand-ing atprefenr between the Duke of Courland and tbejaid Copnt.*. Hanover, Niwt 7. N. S. They write froiai Drefden, that they are making the neceffary Preparations for the King's 'Reception, his Majefty beingihordy expected from Poland, Hanover, Nov, 9. N. S, Letters from Saxony advife, that all the Bailiffs bad received Orders from Court, to fend a 'great Quantity of Corn to fuch Places in the Country of Laufnitz, to fill bis Majefty s Magazines there* From Warfaw it is written, that the Chancellor of the Crown bad acquainted the Foreign Minifters, that if they -v^ould let him: have their Demands in Writing, to be examined by the Senate, they fhould have all the Satisfaction that is reafonable. Parij, Nov. to. N. S. On Monday Iaft, M. Hop, one of the Ambaffadors Plenipotentiary of the Siates General, fet out for Holland; and will fpeedily be followed by his Collegue M. Goflinga. We Tee bete an Ordinance of the King, dated the lath of October, for difebarging one Moiety of the ptefent Militia, and fupplying their Places with others. And. al/o, ah Arret of the King's Council of State, dated the ad of October; For continuing the Importation of Cattle from Foreign Coiintries, Duty-free, till the 31ft of December 1791.      " Tpres, Nov. i i. N. S. This Day M; Hop Went through this Plate, on his way to the Hague. - Bruffels, Nov. zj. N.S. On the. 7th, arrived here an Exprefs from the,Hague, who was forwarded to Vienna ; the 8th, a Cott-riar from Paris went through for the Hague j and the 9th, arrived an Exprefs from the Imperial Court, with Difpatches for the Government. An Act of-Oblivioh is coming out here for the Deferrers The Deputies of Flanders are come hither, to prefent to the Archdutchefs the State of their Province, and receive her Highnefs's Approbation of their Subfidies, which is fettjed upon the fame foot as iaft Year. The Elector Palatine has made a Prelent to the young Prince of Suitzbach, who is ftiled Marquis of Ber� gen-op Zoom, and is now with his Great Grand mother the Dutchefs Dowager of Aremberg.at Droogenbofcb, of a fine Chaife and 7 beautiful Black Horfes, about tbe Size of Dragoons Horfes. His Electoral High-nefs bas made that young Prince feveral other fumptuous Prefents, and- lent him a Chaplain, a Groom, and a young Gentleman about ii Years of Age, of a good Family, to attend him as his Page ; ail which are fo tnanyiProofs of the great Regard which the ^Elector bas for that Prince, who is look'd upon at prefent as the Prefumptive Heir to the Electorate, and is defign'd (as they fay) to marry the Princefs bis Electoral Highnefs's Grand-daughter,  who is bis Coufin. Hamburgh, Nov. 14. N. S. According to bur Iaft Advices from Petersburg, tbe Duke of Liria, the King of Spain's Ambaflador at that Court, made prefling Inftances to the Czarina and her principal xMinifters, that they would not concern themfelves with the Differences between the Emperor .*nd. the King his Mafter, about the A#afri < f Italy ; nor order tbe 30,000 Auxiliaries, that had been fo often mention'd^ to begin their March : In return for which, his Excellency declared he could warrant there would not be theleaft Deviation made from the Treaty concluded with her Czarian Majefty. The laid-Minifter having brought the Treaty of Commerce be. tween the Crown of Spain and the Ruffian Empire to a happy Conclufion, he was preparing to let out on his Return Home,, 'Tis written from Poland, that Count Maurice of Saxony had been fome cays incognito at Dantzick, and from thence was gone to Drefden. Clevis, NovS 15, N. & The States of this Dutchy are ftill aflembled here; and theNc* bility and Commons have written a very fubmiflive Anfwer to the Propofition that was made to them in the King's Name; which will (no doubt) be follow'd by a favourable Refolution. We have had very ftormy Weather, with prodigious Rains, in this. Neighbourhood, for fome Days paft, whereby the Roads are rendered unpayable. Brufftisf Nov* 13. N. & The Emperor-having prefented tbe Marquis die Vifcontf witlf a Lordship fa Tranfylvania,vas a Reward* for Bis faithful Services, his Excellency has lent M. Le Coed, his Secretary, to take Pdflefllott of it in his; Name. They write from. Paris, that Count fconingfek was to fet out To-morrow for this City, with the Counted his Lady, and tbe Baron de fbnfeca. Falmouth, Nov. 7. Yefterday failed the Dragon, Clark, for Leghorn, and the Diligence, Mears, for Cadiz, both of London, This Day put in the Apollo of London, To-bin, from Cork for St. Kits.  Wind S. S. W. Plimoutb, Nov. 8� Since mine to you of this Date, came in the Molly of Plimoutb, from Alicant, Tonkin, for Oftend; tbe Thomas and Samuel of London from Malaga, King, for Piimouth, and the Elizabeth of Whitby from Denia, Dickerfon, waiting Orders. Dartmouth, Nov; 8. Yefterday came in here the Modbury of and for this Place, --, in 18 Days from Newfoundland. Remains here the Hanover of Toplham, Brown, for Oporto, and the two Coafters mentioned in my iaft. Tbe Wind at S. W. rainy, Weather. Cowes, Nov. 8. Came in the William and " Thomas,'Picot, for Seville; the Nile, Ma-thewSj for Leghorn; the Dolphin, Taylor, for Dublin j the Jocelin, Cannol, for Madeira; the Guinea Merchant, Kingfton, of and for Toplham ; the Charming Nancy, Kerfoot, for Oporto ; the St. John Baptift, Harvey, for Cadiz ; the Charming Salley of Sandwich, Jordan, for Carolina $ the Harbin, Crookendon, for Barbados ; the Alexander, Curling, for Alexandria ; the Hopewell John, Webb, for Cadiz ; the Salisbury, Smith, for Faro j the Artillery of Yarmouth,-Lovell, for Dublin, all of and from London ; the Gibraltar of Pool, Wife, for Oporto - the Dolphin of and for Liverpool, Cardwel^ from Norway ; the Ainsby of Leith.from Berwickt Middleton, for Bourdeaux; the Speedwell of and for Guernfey, Afthie, from Newcaftle^ and the Swift of and for Topfham, Pike, from London. The 9th, the Three Brothers of Montrofs, Wood, for Cporto, and the Profperous of Scarborough, Bell, for Dublin, both from London ; tbe Warren Galley, Wills, for Venice, and tbe Cautious, Biggs, for Cadiz, both of and from London; Weymouth, Nov. 9, Yefterday and this Mornipg came to an Anchor in Portland Road the London Merchant, Williams, for the Coaft of Africa ^.the Hannibal, Turner, for Jamaica ; the Weft India Merchant,. Strange, for New England ; and the Loyal Teggy/Rjehardfon, all of and from London ; the Haddington ?and the Teneriff, both for the Canaries, and the Lemon, Blackerby, for Lisbon. There are feveral more coming in,' which you Ihall have an Account of in my next./Wind W..N.W; Pool, Nov. 9. Arrived the Mary, Bel bin,' the William, Etheridge, and the Defire, Froth, all three from Newfoundland ; the Iaft touch'd at Jerfey. Briftol, Nov. 9. Yefterday arrived here the Delight, Garraway, in nine Weeks from Jamaica. Deal, Nov. 10. The Ships as per Iaft ftill remain ; alfo the Tryal, James, for Maryland ; rthe Trant, Hinton, fqr St. Chrifto-pher's ; the Phenir, Pyper, for Dublin; Put back   

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