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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 5, 1730, London, Middlesex                                : .ww, "... ���� n6.;      , j'.i.-j^?!!: Nf. 9100. Saturday, December 5, 1730. Tefterday arrived the }Aait due from Holland. T Cadi%, "Nov. 14. N. S. H ERE is nothing done yet .in relation to the Indulto, and the Di-ftributiori of the Treafure of the. Flotilla j but we are in hopes the other Effects wiH-bedeliver'd before the End of the prefenrYear. The Sicknefs continues jto.abateand very few die, of thofe who arc feized with it j _ fo that we don't doubt the Cold "Weather will foon caufe it entirely to ceafe. Two Battalions of Marines and fome .Seamen are order'd to the Groyne, to affitt in equipping and bringing to this Pore the four IVIen of War newly built there, namely the Uptal of 116 Guns, the Prince of 78, the Lion of 64, and the i^4/ Family of 60;. , Seville, Nov. i 7. N. S. �This Court is taken up in examining the DiTpatches brought the 12th Inftant,by ahExprefs from the Mar-jquis de Caftellar, in order to fend him back with his Cathoiick Majefty's Anfwer. ^ jhe King- b'if made' Don.-Scipio Fifomarino, a Gentleman of Naples, an Exempt of the Italian Guards. Part of the Horfe-Guirds are erder'd to march into, Winter Quarters at �zifa. Four Battajions and1 two Regiments of Horfe are marching to reinforce the Camp before Gibraltar, as well to confume the Pro-^rifionlf and Fc^ragV, Mfchich are ifl great Plenty there, as to hinder the Contraband. Trade ^hat is carry'd on Swith the Englifh. The .Dutchefs dePopoli is going to leave the Coust, and to retire into the Convent of Nuns of the Incarnation at Madrid. This Day is celebrating at Court, on Occafionof the In. fanta Donna Maria-Antonietta-Ferdirianda's entring into the fecondYear of her Age. It is reported, that the Court will fliortly remove to Saragoffa. c Vienna, Nov. 19. N, S. "We fee here a Lift of the Subsidies which the Imperial Court demands of the Stares, and Provinces of the Hereditary Countries in Germany, Bohemia, Hungary, and Italy, amounting'in all 1014 Millions 426,000 Florins, including the Au-ftrian Netherlands and the Feudataries -of   � ," TT is a new Mark of your Imperial Ma-"jetty's Benevolence, that you have been pleafed to convene this Yearly Meeting j < whereby yon give yofor a�oft faithful and .<. moft obedient States of this Arcbdatchy of y Auftria.on this fide Eri�i confiding of Pre-�< lates,: Lords, - Knight%  Cities and Bo-�* roughs, an Opportunity, of. cafthig them-'w felves at' your Imperial; Majefly's Feet 5 . " for i which they with doe AeknowJe4gment "return your Imperial-Majefty their molt " humble.ThankV' .     We cannot fqflSciently admire the Cou-L" ftancy and Firmneft with which your Im-" perial' Maiefty'' has -hitherto av^ned the " Perils of War, and warded off the'hoti^e " Enteiprites wit|i' wfech yp|i are threafriedj " oh iff fides: It was Dy'this Firftine'C i^nd" *( by your Imperial Majefty's indefatigable " Application, together-with the.y^ft Ex.-u fences1 decafianed" by "the1 Ptepafations tot " War, that you procured for yourKing-" doms and Hereditary Countries of Auftria *' the Tranquility and Profperiey they enjoy. " The States can make no other Return " for all your Paternal Care, than by srant-" ingt to {he uuaoft of tjieir Poyye^ lu%i: 4� tt ti tt tt �� U ti tt tt tt ti it t( tt 41 ti �* tt �� tt it C< tt tt *t it tt � 41 ti *t �t .tt U tt it II tl ent Succours for their future Prefervarion. It was upon this Account, that your moft faithful and moft obedient States declared laft Year, to your Imperial Majefty's Satisfaction, how much they have ac Heart the complying in. whatever they can, with your Imperial Majefty's Defire. But, Mojl Gracious Sovereign, it is but too well known, and your Majeity is very fen-fible of the fad Condition to which your -poor Subjects are reduced by fo many fidif-fonunes, particularly by the continual Rains, the Inundations, and forry Vintage this Year, whereby they are almoft entirely exbaufted, and fearce able to furnifli the Ordinary Contributions; Ncverthelefs, confidering the prefent Circumftances, and the urgent Necetfuy, fet forth in your Imperial Majefty^s Reprefentatioa, aod in Gratitude for your Paternal Care, youc moft faithful and moft obedient States wiU not fail to take into their immediate Confi-detation your Imperial Majefty's Demands to me delivered j and as a Proof of their Fidelity and Affection for your Imperial Majefty, their moft Gracious Hereditary Sovereign, they will, as foon as poffibly; they can, make aiatitfadory Declaration a confiding that your Imperial Ma jefty will, be pleafed to confider what we have thei Honour to reprefent to you j anft. tharydu will make your poor Subjects fcnfible o� tbeEffeds of your Clemency, by a fpeedy Relief/ which they have been' fo often made to expect. Whereupon your-moft faithful and moft obedient States^ all and each ^particular, moft humbly-recomv mend themfeives to your Imperial Fayotfr and Benevolence^  ' jr;: A'mfierddm, Dec: \l. H. S. ;It is �Wrttteli -from-Hrldemeim, that the King of:ftrcf&i and: the Duke of Wolfetobuftei .had: ajri&l to put :ofi" till the etthv Of this li^oh^the Opeuing of the Imperial Commiflibn-* agaioft .the New Town of. Hildefheim, whiqh wus fix'd for the-28th paf\: That- the Privy-Caun-feltor Gericken and CoUDerfcau, his Pruffian Majefty's Subdelegated CommiiFioners, had already received Orders . to repair forthwith -to Hlldefheim with thofe of Wolfembuttet'j ' and that thofe Subdeiegates were to be "fdl-" low'd by the Troops of Execution ; but that ; thofe Troops' are to advance no farther'than w to the Frontiers of Hild^fheim,' and will hot ^ be order'd to act till the Subdeiegates think fit: A Precaution which was judged neeefTa-ry,to fhew the hnpartiality of theCommif. .fion, and to deprive th� Evil-minded bf.ajl ground of Complaint, which they make, without Caufe, as if it was defign'd in fa� - vour* of the Roman Cathotick, whereas Religion is out of the Queftion, - -' , Falmouth, Nov. 30.. Came in from Cruizing his Majefty's Sloop: Otter, Capt..Williams. This Day the Batchclor of Dublin frpto Cork'and the DevO&fliirc of and from � Bi^defofd', Darvey, both for Morfaix j the Mary of and from Bantry.Mukany, forHavret with fourCoafters from Wales andBriftoU Wind E. Plymouth, Dec. 1* Since my laft Slwe-ig^^J^ the Providence, of and for London, Hogl with Tallow from Waterford j the Uoi m WW   

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