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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 8, 1730, London, Middlesex Tuefday, December 8, 1730, 7*she.Author ef the Dai: ly C0ora n t. H E Craftfmati, in' the Fullnejs of hi* Heart, takes fo roach Pains Ufcr the Good; of his , Country, that he aU moft defeat* his own Purpofe. He gives us iuch long and tedious Le&ures on Politicks, that Tome very, welj-difpofed People are apt to forget "the Beginning of his Difcour/es before they come to the End of them. Now, Sir, I being of Opinion that nothing which has a Tendency to the,Publick Gqcd fhould be loft,; fhd that what is intended for the Benefit of*alt, mould be fitted for the Capacities , of all, have formed a Project of extracting, as it were, the Marrow of his Differtations, and laying it before the Courteous Readers, to the End that they may become good Pa-triois, with as little Burthen-as may-be, either to their Memories or Underftandings. The firft Paper I fhall abridge, is the Craftfc ^an Extraordinary^oiMov> 18, and that foe the Reafon hinted' at vabove ; because I am afraid'People -forget iVveryJbon.r Jt. may be necetfary therefore *o remind the Wotid of the Cafe, which was thus : A laboured Harangue, had' beeo publifh'd by Mr. Q'Anven Abomlri/b Recruits', which a Letter-Writer in the Cour&nt undertook. to cQntradift in a. few Lines, thus: He faid it deferyed no An-fwer, becaufe the FaSs upon which it was grounded were not true $ 'and therefore gave the Craft/matt the' plain Lye. . To which Mr. D*/invert, with great Eloquence and Perfpi-coity, anfwers as follows, � in Half a Sheet, fafly and clofely printed *' You fay,,Sir, "-that what I advanced was not true -what' ", thenvSir ? it may be true for ought1know.. "But I know who you are, Sir; and I'll ca- , "tecbife yon I warrant you. Anfwer me " thefe Queftions:; :Who made you a Poli-�' rician ? How, came you to know any "-thing of thefe Matters?. Are not yoii a "Sloven ? And who: is^ your Br.otb.er ? I ".J^nOw one thing you have faid that, is true, *' thoMi can't fay that any thing elfe you *� iiaveutter'd isfalfel There are (youallow) *c trench Officers in Ireland: Why don't ** they inlift Men h or why don't you hang fi them for not doing; it ? But you are ft "Fool for your. Pains, G-d damn your * Blood, you Lye and fo good i>y to you. Yours, D'ANVE�(S. ThlsT think is the Cream and, Sttbftance of the Craftfmans Raillery and Argumentation^ I think,his Smartnefs ind^Pithynefs cannot .be made. too. Publick ; therefore I fen4 you this. Thofe who understand him aright; will allow it to be juft j thofe who do not, ought to take it upon my Word : However, if you print it, I.fliall be encouraged to ana., life, in the fame manner, his latter Productions, meerly with the fame View that be writes* them, the Good of my Country, and the Propagation of the Spirit of Liberty. I am, Yours, C3>(?. Dec. 3.1730. JUSTIN. Paris, Dec. i 3. N. S. ON the 5th, the Great Chamberiffued an Arrett confirming a Sentence of the Officiality of Langres, whereby the Marriage of a Gentleman of that City was anpull'd for the Caufe of Irapotency; proveS by the Report of the Sutgeons. * ' The Work begun in the Hotel de Soijfons, for the building of an Opera Houfe, is ordered to be fofpended. *Tis faid the Chevalier de Frotilay, General of the Gallies of Malta, and Uncle to the Count de-Tefle, Matter of the Horfe to the Queen, is nominated by the Great Matter, Ambaffador of the Order at the Court of France, in the room of the Bailiff de Mefmes.. The Actions rofelaft Week to i52oLivres, and kept up aVi 505,, Mofcoxv; Nov: N. S. The Czarina aflifts regularly at all the Conferences which are held upon the Affairs of thepreferit Juncture. On the 9th, there 1 was a Feaft at Court, it being the Anniverfary of the Birthday of the Dutchefs of Mecklemburg. Naples, Nov. 14, N. S. A Felucca is _ arrived here from Palermo, with one of the. Viceroy of Sicily's Grooms, who is gone Poft to Vienna, to give the Ctfurr an Account of a bloody Fight, which lately happened inj that City between the Vicerv�$ Dt*mefticks. and thofe of General ^alli's/^rroi'ander of the Imperial Troops in the faid ifibgdora, 25 of whole Men (fuppofed to b& the, Ringleaders) were brought over at the.fame time with the Courier above. ' B^mei Nov. 18. ISTJ 5. On Sunday Morning the Pope faid Mafs for the f$i time in the Cbappetof the QuTrinal, and put off bis folemn taking PoflTeflion of the Church.of St. John de Lateran till To-morrow. .Vefterday there was an Examination of Bifliops ;.fo that we take it for granted there will be a Confi-ftpry on Monday ; and then perhaps-we mayi hear who will be^Afchbifhop of BeneventO. Cardinal Cofcia has had another long Conference with Cardinal Ctenfuegos.j iind we verii^believe he will, by the Emperor's Ih-tereft, obtain a Noli frofequi. Brujfeis, Dec. 7N. S. The Changing .of the Gajrifons in thele Countries, formerly mentioned, is entirely.fettled 5 and by the Lift it appears, that a general Augmentation may be made of the Trooos that are now quartered . in; the Auftrian Netherlar^s: Iri regard to which, it, muft be obferved, that every Imperial Regimeat of Guiraf5ers or Dragoons confiftsof ^Squadronsattheleaft, and a Troop Of Grenadiers or Carabineers j and every Regiment of Fbor; of 3 Battalions and~2 Companies of GVenadiers. fHe Di? ftribution of them is-n>ade in the following manner, yiz. , CUIR ASSLERSV v-['/ Of Portugal at Ghent j the Troop of Carabineers to Temain^a^BfufTelsi ' 'I Of Vehlen, 4 Sqiiadrons at Oudenardi, aod z Squadrons of the Grenadiers at Aeth. Great Mafter of the Teutonick. Order, 2 talions at Antwerp, 1 Battalion at Cbarleroy ; and the a Companies of Grenadiers at Bruf-fels. JSpningfck, 1 Battalions and 1 Company of v6at- Grenadiers ztMotiti and 1 Battalio� and i Company of Grenadiers at Aeth. y ;. Wirtemherg. aiBattalions and 1 Companies of Grenadiers at Brujfeis j and 1 Battalion at' Dendermonde. "' -' . ' Los Rios, All at Menu - Prie, i Battalions and 1 Company of Grenadiers at Oftend ; and 1 Battalion and t Company df Grenadiers atNieuport. KtLuxcmburgh, the v. hole Garrifon^ ;as it now ftands, is to remain there or thereabout, confifting of V - ' ' *" 3 Batallions and l Companies of Grenadiers of Baden. *, :. 's v. 3 Battalions and 2 Compahie|0^:Gfeca* : ^diers'of Lfgne. ? ' ' - 2 Battalions of Guido S tar ember 2 Battalions* of OldDaun. 2 Battalions of Wurmbrand. 1 Battalion of Wil^ecl^. � � 2 Squadrons of Cuirafliersdf PFirtembergl 2 of Hamilton, fl of Carajfa. - / - ->v '> '� '- On Monday laft the Princeof, La Tounfet ofifi,r Poftsfot Frankfort, ro be prefent at the Mar-' riageofhis eldeft Son Prince Alexanderyviich a-Princefs of Brandenburg Bateitb, Sifter to the-Queen of Denmark. < \ Munich, Noviifr. N. S.piikfi'theotiore: Of Bavaristj firdther to his EiedorafHij||ineft db'f Sovereign,, tfeok* Pofleutoh of his'frrfhop- � rick of "Freifirigen" thef 1 j't^of^ift ^ontb^ with thp accuftorried CerenfonifeS ;;'Wttch orbing fomewhat particular, we flia'll give s^^irirt: Account of them. About Teri in the^ Fdre^,1 nooh, Dake Theodore went from* bis Palace]'' to- the" Cathedral^ where the Ceremony, 'vAf; to be perfprni'd'. "His. Higtme.'fs 'was';-'^ni;ttii Rocher,; and his Train was borne bfbfii oi1 h'is Pa'|es. ' He walked'under V rtoag^een'r/ Catiqpy borne by:,t\yo Chanters of the j^urchf of St.'A^r'ewV'a'nd t'^o;of that o'^'St/VirtisV having on his Right Hand the 'Cbqnt Taufkitken, Matfhal pf. the Qourt bis Left, the Baron de Hasflang, Mafter of the Horfe; and immediately before' hiui 3aron Ecker, his JPrime Mihifter. The Prpcefltoq was tnade up of all the Clergy, both Secular and Regular; the Duke's Counfelbrs and Gentlemen, fonae Abbots, 8cc. all in their Habits : of Ceremony. His Highnefs being come to the Door of the- Cathedral, which was' magnificently adom'd, the Count de Ko-ningsfeld.' Dean of the Chapter, prefented ta him the Holy Water ; and after he had faid a ftiort.Prayer, he was conducted'to the Altar,' where k^ Chair was placed on the Gdfpel fide; in wbicuthe Dean defired his Higbnefs to fir, add^eiiSnghim in thefe Words: This, moft L Reverend and trtoft Serene Pcinge, isth'tUoly) Chair xebicb. Divine Providence 'jandhApofiolical tyifdoin have prepared for your Higbitcft, \Ac-, cept it therefore in the Name of the Moji Holy - Tiiniiy. His, Higbnefs faavipg in |his tnannec takeri't^ffe^JTfon of tb& Altar,- hei was afterwards conducted to another Chair placed under a Canopy, where the Dean again de-fired bis Higbnefs to fit down, in the following Words; SJt dovtn% Mott Reverend and
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