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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 15, 1730, London, Middlesex iuefday, December 15, 1730. jlerdaj arrived tbe Mails due from France and Holland. - Seville, Not, 24. N. S. THE Sicknefs at Cadiz continuing to bate, fo ii to give us Hope* it will foon be over, the Court has refolved to pafs the Winter here; Sunday laft being the Feftival of St. Elizabeth, jwhofc Name the Queen bears, their Majefties and all the Royal Family received the Compliments of the Ambafladors,, the Foreign Ministers, the Grandees, of Spain, and Nobility,, upon that Occafion : In the Evening there was a Concert and Bali in the Prince of the A-fturia's Apartments. The lame Day, Don Jo-feph Patinho gave a magnificent Entertain ment; and the Marquis de la Paz did the like on Monday. The King angles every Evening. . The Marchioneis de Torrecufat arrived here fome Days ago, and has taken Pofleflion of her Office of FirftLady of Honour to the. Queen. . The Exprefs that arrived here five or fix Days ago from Cardinal Bentivoglio at Rome, was lent back laft Night; and there-are various Difcourfes-concerning the Subject of his Difpatches. The Spaniards are build-ing a. Fort at St. Roch in the Neighbourhood of Gibraltar, to put a Stop to the Contraband Trade that has been carried on there, to the great Prejudice of Jiis Maiefty's. Revenue*. .TCT&o^^tebtnr itl^mSiied lately, in a very advanced Age/.We dp not yet know when the Effects ot the Flotilla will be vdciivered. Frequent Conferences are -held opq�i*at Subject andrt.be Minifters of Eng hrm. France and Holland continue their Endeavours to obtain a favourable Refolution; but 'tis -pretended that the Court will hardly determine that Point, tilkhey*itTiow the Sue-cefsof the Marqpis de CafteUar's Negotiations at the Court of FranccV ' Vienna, Dec. 6. N. S.~ The Emperor has given a Colonel*?. (Cpmmiflion to Prince Charles, Eldeft Son of "Duke Ferdinand-Al~ bert of Brunfwick Beveren, a Major General in bis Imperial MajeftyV Service, They write from Hungary,, tbaj M. Joton Auguftin ^dl'Eolner, Colonel in .the. fame Service, and cGoV be communicated to the Minifters of the Dyer, to this Ef-fedfc, w^. " That bis Pruffian Majefty having ** been pleafed to receive the Prince Royal ** his Son into Favour^ he bad refolved to " form a Court for;" ftiiry and that be fhould " ftay fpme Time at K^^tnn, to get an In-" fight into thcAffairs of the Government." We are farther aflured^ that the Court of Berlin deGgnsto publilh a Mantfefto, to acquaint the World with the Reafons for punifhing Lieutenant Katt, �#c. Haniburgb, Dec. 15. N.S. We fee here the Copy of an Imperial Refcripr, diredred to the King of Great Britain and the Duke of Btunfwick Wplfembuttel, as Princes Con-fervators, concerning the Affairs of Meckletn-burg .- The Subftance of jt is this : " That " in regard Duke Charles-Leopold does not " hitherto (hew any Inclination to fubmit " himfelf to the Emperor, and that Prince complains, on the other band, of the Vio. ^ lences committed by the Troops of Lunen; u " burg and Wolfembuttel j his Imperial Ma- jefty recommends it to the Princes Confer-" vators, 1. To make a lively Reprefehtatioh '� to Duke Charles Leopold, of the fatal Con-" fequences of bis long Dilobedience, and his Oppofirion to the imperial Ordinances,
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