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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 16, 1730, London, Middlesex N?. 9083. The Daily Courant Monday, November 16, 1730. Yejlerday came in the Mailt due from France and Holland. Seville, OBoberi$. N. S. THE 24th being the Queea'sBirth-Day, when her Majefty enter'd in-to the 39th Year of her Age, the fame was celebrated at Court with a great deal of Magnificence, and the 3 Troops of Horfe Guards appear'd in their new Cioaths that Day, which are very rich. The next Day, Cardinal Borgia perform'd the Ceremony of bleffing the Standards of thofe Guards. Signor Aldobrandini, the Pope's Nuncio, now Cardinal, came- to Court the fame Day from San Lucar, and was gracioufly received by their Majefties, who affured him that his being raifed to the Purple was very agreeable to them. An Ex* prefs from the Marquis de Caftelar, our Am-baflador Extraordinary in France, is expected with the greater Impatience, becaufe we are affured the Court will not do any thing in relation to the Diftributi on of the Effects brought by the Flotilla, till they know the Succefs of that Minifter's Negotiations. There is much Talk of an Augmentation of the Forces, and a Promotion of General Officers j after which the King will fend for bis principal Generals, and confult them upon the Operations of the next Campagne. Mofcow, O&eber 26. N. S. The Czarina has given frefli Aflurances to Count Wrari-flaw, that the Emperor bis Matter may de* pend upon the 36,000 Ruffians, whenever he lhall have Occafion for them. Vienna, Nov. 8. N. S. The Dethroning of the Grand Seignior, arid the Death of the Prime Vizier and fome other Minifters, are confirmed by feveral Expreffes from Constantinople, but they differ much about theCir-cumftances of that great Revolution. *Tis" faid . the Rifing of the Janizaries lafted but three Days, and that it was excited by one of them, who fet htmfelf up for a Prophet, and made his Comrades believe the Great Prophet had appeared to him and told him, it was owing to the Negligence of the Mini-ftry, that the laft War with the Emperor of the Romans proved fo fatal ; that Heaven was provoked to Anger, that contrary to What was commanded in the Alcoran, tbey had yielded up Places of fuch Importance to theEnemy ; arid that the Ottoman Empire would infallibly be ruined, if the Direction of Affairs was continued Any longer in the Hands of Sultan, Achmet and his Minifters : That neverthelefs the Number of Malcontents was fo inconsiderable the firft Day/ that the Sultan might eafily have crufhed them, if he had gone about ir; but neglecting to come over from. Scutari to the Seraglio in Time, the Gonfequence proved fo fatal to him They add, that a Divan having been held.' to confider whether they fhould make Peace with the Perfians, or go on with the War, Sentiments were divided ; fome declaring for Peace, on account of the bad Profpetft to the fide of Egypt $ but the Majority were for War, to find Employment for the Janizaries, that they may not meditate another Re- volution. The Tiirkifli Conful here has had an Audience of Prince Eugene. of Savoy; and 'tis faid this Court will fliortly fend a folemn Embaffy to Conftaritinople, to renew the Truce concluded at Paflarowitz in 1718, with the new Saltan.- Berlin, Nov. 14. N. S. The Court is ftill at Wufterhaufen, where tbey will continue to hunt the wild Boar till the latter End of this Month. The new Body of Haffars is now complete and new cloathed. Men are at work upon the Prince Royal's new Equi� page and liveries ; and the Perfons who are to form bis Court, are already nominated by the King,. and will fet out for Kuftrin next Week. Befide Lieu. Kart, condemn'd to lofe bis Head, there is Lieu. Kent, who made his Efcape, to be hang'd in Effigie, and Lieu. Span will be broke, and imprifon'd for 3 Years. [Tbefe Letters do not confirm the Execution of Lieu. Katt.] E*tra8 of a Letter from Paris, dated Nov. 13 N. S. The ^Report which was fpread, that upon the Arrival of the Marquis de Ca-ftellar, Conferences were begun with the Imperial Minifters upon a new Plan of Accommodation to prevent the War in Italy, was without Foundation. 'Tis confirmed that Count Koningfek and the Baron de Fonfeca arerecalPdj and their Excellencies are piepa-ring'to fet out in a. few Days. The Marquis de Caftellar has deliver'd a Memorial to the Cardinal, wherein he demands that War be immediately declared againft the Emperor, as the Allies of Seville engaged, in cafe his Imperial Majefty did not accede to the faid Treaty. , And that Minifter prefTes hard for a positive Anfwer,~tbat tfts Mafter may know what be has to truft to, and not fas laft Year,) be put to great Expences to no pur-pofe. Paris, Nov. 21. N. S. The Prefent which the Queen made to the poor Nuns of the Ave Maria, the Day that her Majefty vifited their Church, was a Bill of 4800 Livres. The King of Spain has ferit Bills of Exchange hither for the Marquis de Santa Cruz and M. Barrenachea, not only to difcharge their Salaries, but alfo to defray the Expence they were at laft Winter, when they made fbeir Feaft for the Birth of the Dauphin. On the 19th Inftanr, the Marquis de Caftellar gave the Entertainment mention'd in our former, to which all the Grandees of Spain, the Knights of the Golden Fleece that are here, the Foreign Minifters, and feveral other Perfons of Diftinction, were invited. The Injunction laid upon Father D. Martin the Benedictine, not to print his Book, entitled, An Explanation of the mofi difficult Te ts of the Hoi) Scripture, is- taken off; fo that that Book will come out very fhordy. The Marquis de Santa Cruz's Son, born the 9th Inftanr, died a few Days after. The States of Bretagne have unanimoufly granted the King a Free Gift of 2,500,000 Livres. The Abbot de Vienne, Canon of the Chapter of St. Germain de l'Auxerrois, has given the Living of St. Sauvcur, which was at his Nomination, to the Abbot Couturier, his Fellow Canon of the fame Church, who has refign'd his Canonicate in favour of the Abbot de Cofnal, Dean of that Chapter. The Parifh-Prieft of St. Benoit having refign'd his Living to the Archbi/hop of Paris, that Prelate has given it to the Abbot de Va Here, who officiated at S&.'Cofme; arid the Abbot Carcaulr, Doctor of Sorbonne, is to officiate at Sc. Cofrnein his room. . The King went into Mourning fof the King of Denmark the 16th. That Mourn*' ing is but for 11 Days. Count Koningfek, formerly the Emperor's Ambaffador at the Court of Spain, who has been here ever fince he came from that Em* baffy; will fet out this Week, on his return to the Court of Vienna. The Duke*and Dutchefs de Chatellerault came to Town the i6th, from Chambord. On the 13th Inftanr, the Marquis de Santa Cruz and M. Barrenachea made a Vifir to the young.Queen Dowager of Spain, who daily expects from the Court of Seville a Regulation for the Re-eftablifkmenc of her Houfhold. In the Night between the 13th and i 4th, M. de LauziereSt now Marquis de Themines, was married to Mademoifelle d'Hautefort 5 and the new married Couple are to have.foi: a while the Apartment in the Palais-^pyal, which the late Cardinal Du Bois formerly had. The Duke of Orleans has given the Marquis a Penfion of 4000 Livres a'Year. The 40 Advocates who figned the Conciliation in favour of the Cures of Orleans,1 which occasioned the Arret of the Council, of the 30th paft, met the 12th Inftant at their Ufher's, to confider of fome Way to take off the King's Anger, which they had incurred by that Confutation ; and it was refolved to prefent a Petition of Submiffion to bis- Majefty ; and the next Day that Petition was figned by abovefr5o Advocate?. Letters from Rome of the 30th paft, ad-vife, that the fame Day the Cardinal Otto-boni gave a magnificent Entertainment, to which be invited the Roman Nobility, upon account of bis taking Poffeflion of his Bi� flioprjck of Erefcati. The Profecution a-gainft Cardinal Cofcia is carried on with Vigour.' , Letters from Ceuta advife, that in the Month of September laft, the King of Morocco fought a bloody Battle in open Field with moft of the Chiefs of the Rebels of his Kingdom, in which the latter were defeated, above 7000 Whites being killed upon the Spor, and the reft put to flight. The Blacks who were with the King had enrich'd them-felves with the Spoils of the vanquifhed, both by means of the Money tbey found, ar d by the great Number of Cattle they took, out of which the King has 5 per Cent, and his Share came to 4000 Livres in Cows, and 2000 Camels. Deal, Nov. 13. The Ontward�bound in my laft are all ftill here; as alfo the Lang-ford, JefTerfon, for Cork. This Day arrived the Rofe, Johnfon, from Maryland, and the Chitty, Bolam, from Archangel for Leghorn.1 Wind W. by N. Deal, Nov. 14. Remain the Heathcote, Wilkie, for Eaft India; the Friendlhip, Royal, the Jenny, Stephens, the John and Elizabeth, Fenetor, and the Ann aod Sarah, Brad, fhaw, all four for Oporto ; the Nightingale? Richardfon, for Limerick ; the Providence,' Oxford, the Burlin, Medcalf, the Mortimer, Lanfdon, the Cooper, Spooner, all for Bri-ftol ; the Prince Frederick, Gray, for Gibraltar $ the St. George, Jolly, the Seahorfe' Smith, and the Levant, Joye, all t" the Streights : the Matthew, Co maicaj the John, Hartley, the
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