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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 17, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Courant TuciHay, November 17, 1730. N?. 9084. Mofibtp, OS. 12. N, S. TE N Days ago, cfae Czarina re. turn'd to herPleafure-Houfe at ff-maildw, where fhe enjoys a perfect State of Health. Some finglilh Merchants here and at Petersburg' have received Letters from their GorrefpoijdeiKS, that the King of Great Britain was determin'd to fend an AmbafTador hither, with Full Powers to accommodate the Differences between the ^Two Courts. . Madrid, OS. 31. N. S. On the Zf th, the Royal Seminary of Gentlemen newly ere&ed in the Suburb of St. Joachim here,'held their firft General Court, which was. open'd with Speeches in Latin and SpaniflL Verfe, pro-uounceds by two Knights of the Seminary, in the Prefence of a prodigious Coinco'urfe of the Mobility. There has been lately at Cadiz, for about a Fortnight, a dangerous Diftemper, which was at firft thought to be Epidemical ; but it did not laft, and not above 20 or 25 Perfons died of it. . Genoa, 03. iz. Kf. S. The Captain of a Fregate, which arrived here laft week from Santa. Cruz in Bar bar y, reports, that Muley AbdaHab, King of Morocco, had JareJy deft roy'd the Party of Rebels that were retired to the Mountains, that the City "of Fez, of which he had madeiumfelf Matter, had been xhuirffc for its Rebellion at 200,000 Ducats ; and the Town of Sallee was .obliged, to fur-ijifh him with-200 Quintal* of Powder. On thVi^th', 2 Felucca.**' arrived ^p^. itBtaLt^ pari^ with 7 Tartanes, which luckily, efcaped being taken by an Algerine Corfair that laf in Ambufcade befifrid Cajpe Anzp. . Dutch Ship came in .the flejft Day,, with .a great Quantity of Cocao and Cakes of Chocolate from, the Wc$TA  That f^^\M^^wa^i^if^ one ot we 3 CkthV drals.; , o        -�    '� > Genia, OWq&NsS. Sigpprfeffiis ii$jiijf heVe tfdiipt ^pfne, and gone pn board aa Epgljfh 'Ship forAlicant, on his way to tarry ^Cardinal's Ca^tb'pe heWeafdinal Aldd- bt^mi   ,; ...:r:\-^>:,,:... !$m*ce*.-.Qit',i 28. ft. S.,V Count iGaamo, Epvbyof t*e6m|>e*orj isWturftM:hi^er;^&: UsXqw roJ^fa^eghprnj and Lflcca. l^e A{tPOjt I'icc^JQmioi is gone thro'rbis Place for Vienna, with the Cardinal's Cap^for the new Cardinal Grimaldi. \        . LegborntdS. it.lHiS^5Ete'jjC*pwlfc of a French Ship arrived here from the Levanr, on her way to Marseilles, 'reports, that the Day before he met, off of Capraia, a Tunis Corfair of 26 Guns, which had been out at Sea but feven Days, and had taken no Prize. Milan, OS. .28. N.'S. Count Ferdinand Daun is fee our, with a great Retinue of Gentlemen and Officers, for the Court of Turin, to compliment the new King of Sardinia upon his Acceffion to the Throne ; and it is faid his. Excellency's Expences will be borne during his Residence chere. Bologna, Nov. 4. N.S. Provifion is making at Pontremoli for the Subfiftence of 5000 Germans, who are to march from the Neighbourhood of Magra to the Frontiers of Parma. Venice, Nov. 4. N. S. Signor Giorgio Gri-roani having finifh'd his Term as Proveditor of the Fleet, and being return'd hither, he went with his Retinue out of, the Old Lazaret on Tuefday laft, where he had performed Qt�renrine. PP'arfaw, Nov. 4. N. S; The Senators and other Grandees of the Kingdom having de-fired the King to ftay here Come time, *cis thought his Majefty will fpend Part of the Winter in this Capital, to engage them by his Prefence to give the greater Difpatcb to Publick Bufinefs; which his Majefty has recommended to them the more earneftly, be-caufe he would fain appoint a Time^pr another General Dyet before he returns ta Saxony. General Wcispacb, Minifter of the Czarina of Mufcovy, has had fome Conferences with feveral of the Senators, upon the Subject-Matter of a Memorial which he has pre-fented concerning the Pretentions of his Court, and particularly the Millions which the late Czar Peter the Great Advanced fpcp&itCfbwn; but we hear the Senators afiWa^jjna, that in regard Poland 'has likewife Pretentions which remain unfatisfy'd, tbeycannot give him fuch a peremptory Anfwer as he demands, till Accounts are fettled' betwiart them. All. the Foreign Minifters are return'd from.Grodno5 from whence it is written, that the Officer of tire King's HouQidid, who kill'd the Polifh Gentleman formerly mentioned, was beheaded ' immediately after his. Majefty's Departure. *"  I Stockholm, NovK5.... N. S. The, Duke of Holfteyn's Minifter prefles hard for Leave to prefent a Memorial to the enfuing Aflfembiy of the States of'the f&rigdpm, a^ii^ the Duke His Mafter's Preteufioni, and particularly the Subsidies that were voted bim'; but'tij doubc-etd^etfer'^'t^rf^tcea, Be&Lufc & th't ECejtolution that has been taken, noctdeonr cern^ theihfelres \ti,\Hut A'ffiimbty wi^h: any Foreign. A.Sair whatfpeWr, but ,bniy with t|ip(e pf$we4.en,-j'j .i l--.-.. . ;'..^,;''/j . ^ttrdufh NW.vi(j;sN, S. Thece-has been ' lately brought to the Publick Did^rur^irioi tfiar: tetfer fr^to?�e tnrtce c(f ^.^i^^ft-yerAG^\^.f^u|(jstirg ; wherein, ;af^r having teptejeiitsd ,to > the Spaces of the EmpireutKe Ruiiioos Cc^di�(Jw. dfJthat fortfcfy;%ffify them hefwpuld i^^r!\^! r Warre� Galley, of. London,? Wijls, from ;Yarmouthy for Venice s the Profperotfs^ sfVSc^horodgb, Bell, for Dublin; the Three Brothe^ bl l^ontroft, Wood? fdrfSppribjihemk&ind Martha,' "of BnghthefihftonJ  B&$$k B6urdeaux,nnd the Tinmoutb, of jBrnoath. V        for .Cow^Lail^ Two' Friends, of ^nder^h^, Pea"eQ53*^ffam Malaga, for, Hamfjurgli; toe^i^pfefefnd /MJpe^jOl f^Q^ ;8kenfc ffbttnNflwflilte km Bourdeauz'x and the Unicorn,' of and front yarDaputh, ICnight, ;fprsLeghorp ^ rite Huri^ 'torfWmiMW, CockMrn, ffoy^Wrehatn; for Sevil; the Ifabel, of and from Leirhj BiO/ for Rochel; the Thomas and Anne, of and for Rye, Piggins, for Topfliam; the Concord, of and for Dunbar, Macklifli, for Leghorn ; the Royal Pbaenix, of London, Baz^et; from Aberdee^, for Barcelona ; the Hapjpy j^nner> ' of and ffpna Dunbar, Green, for Btrcelona ; the St. Mark, of and. from Yarmouth,   

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