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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 19, 1730, London, Middlesex Tlie Daily CcMrant. N?. 9086 Thurfda/y November i 9, * 17 3 o. 2 Tefterdaj arrived the Mails due from France, Flanders, and Holland. Uptne, Nov. 4. N. S. Certain Monk of quick Thought and good Affurance drtk^d bimfeJf the other Day in the Habk of a Prelate, and went to Cardinal Gofcia's, and defired to fpeak with him : Being introduced, fce wbifper'd his Emihency, that the Pope had given him another Bifhoprick in lieu of Bene-vento which be had lately refign*d ; and that having the Honour to itand forward in the Holy Father's Confidence, he had charged him to deliver this Meffage, and wirhall to allure his Emihency, that he might take Courage, for that hi* Affair fhould foon be terminated to his Satisfaction, and be might depend Upon it, the Pontiff was ready to give btrn-Proofs of his good Wifhes. The Cardinal, overjoy*d at this good News, gave the Monk ico Piftoles, who went dire&Iy from bion, and made Cardinal Fini the fame Compliment; -and he likewife gave him a good Sum of Money, M-ith which the Monk walk'd off ; but we hear he has been taken at Term. Vienna, Nov* 11. N. S. Some Days ago, _tbe General Count Seckendorff's Adjutant, arrived-here Exprefs from Berlin, with Di-fpatches of Importance for this Gourr. The Likelihood of a fpeedy Accommodation with the Court of Drefden, by the Inretpofition of the Emprefs Dowager Amelia, increafes every Day; and we are allured, that if it takes place, the Count de Lagnafcd, of the King of Poland's Cabinet Council. will return hither. The new Levies are carry'd on with very; good Succefs, both in our Suburbs, and in the other Towns of the Emperor's Hereditary Countries; and we have a Confirmation that his Imperial Majefty is refolyed to augment, his Troops with 15,000 Men during the Win* ter. r We have received Advicey that; Don Manuel, Infante of Portugal", is arrived in Si-lefia. We have frefh Letters from Conftan-tinbple, which inform us, that the "late Tu-. rrraltis entirely ceafed; that the Janizaries, hfve extorted a Promife that the Authority of the 'Prime Viziers (hall be curtailed, Arid .other Conceflions made ; and that federalt Millions of:1vl6hey were found- at the Vizir's and Kiaji'ilftely Wrangled;; T/o- that every Man in* the Army, which confffted of 40,000 Janizo-.. rief,and >5,000 other Soldiers, had 25 -Pieces oCtijjfit tb'hls Snare. "They add',' that tho' it, wa* thought at�: firft* that' the new Miniftry wfiiiJd-have wade,Peace with Perfia,;ahd bent all their Forces agaielft the Chnftian Pqten-' tate*} it appear* on-the contrary, that they are!refo!ve all for the Sirei^hts; the Tryal,"James, for Maryland ; the Sufanra Galley, GiU, and the Simpion, Wilkinfon, both for Havre ; the Camberwellj Harper, for Scanderoon; the Dolphin, Alden, the Lisbon Galley; Hamble-ton, and the Conftant Mary, � Spackifor Lif-bon ; the Batchelor, Fergufon, forRoehefiej the Jenny, Stephens, the Friendfliip, Royal, and the John and Elizabeth, Farreter, for Qpor'to;" the Change, Bloom, for Cadiz ; the Providence, Axford, the Mortimer, Lanf. dert, the 'Cooper, Spoorne, the Ann, Weft, the Burling, MedcaJfjandtheSeaflower,-^-f all forBriftol; the Phenix, Piper, for Dublin 5 the York, Harwood, the Mayflower, Turner, and.the Berry, Belcher, all for Virginiathe Mayflower, Search, for Carolina ; the Roby,' Craigie, and the Clarendon, Utber, both for Guinek; thet*ngfefd; Jefferfon, for Cotk ; the TrMnr, Hintoh, and the London/ Mills, ^ both for St. Kits; the Young Man's Inheritance, Clark, for North Briton ; the Nonpareil, Wooton, and the Hampfhire, Martin, both for Nevis; All others iu my former are failed. WindS.W. Gravefend, Nov. 17. Arrived the Windfor^ Allen, and the <�reyhound, Harrifon, both from Rotterdam; the White Pidgeon, Bick^^ig mar, from Bremen, and the Samuel &FFf^& Claris Clark, from Bologn.
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