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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 17, 1730, London, Middlesex Thurfday, December 17, 1730; 1. To the Author of the Dai x.r Cp qr A n t. Invidus dlteriusmacrefcitrebUs ofinis ; Invidia Skuli noh invenere'Tjtranni JA olt ther moft intenfe Malice to put him upon Worfe/ But let this exafperated, difappointed Man rage on; let him and his Confederates, advance whatever may embarrafs or inflame ; enter upon every Method that may do Mifchief, and offer all poffible Oppofirionj With all imaginable Scurrility, no other is expected from them ; 'tis a national Htppinefs we affure our felves'of, that that /idinfaiftririon they would deftrOy, will ever appear, it U hitherto bat done, furJertor to all their open Attacks and fecret Wiles; anct that by a fted. faft, a wife, a faithful Difcharge of the important Trufts repofed in them, the Gentlemen at the Helm will, in due Time, fur-mount every Difficulty, and be found to anfwer the beft Wifhes of thofe, who fincerely defire to fee their Coaotry formidable Abroad, and flodrifhing at Honte. I am, SI R, - Tbur hutftblt Servant, Dec. is. 1730. AN ENGLISHMAN. Tefleriay arrived tfa Mail due from France. Mofcove, Nov. 18. N. S. 'X'HE Governor of Pultowa has written to �* Court, that the Bafhaw of Bender, who was a Creature of the late Grand Vitier, had received an Order to repair to Conftantino- pie; that the new Bafhaw, appointed to (uc2 teed him, was expected with 606* Janiia-ries} and that it was reported that be had Been honour'd with the Title of Seraskier | that the Co (Tacks, as Well thofe who have put Them felves under the Ciarina's Protection, as thofe under the Protection of this Grand Seignior, had received Orders to take; an Oath of Fidelity tOhis Highnefs, and to fend ,the Arrears of their ordinary Tribute; to Conftantinopie, upon Pain of Death t Whareiipon a Courier has been difpatcbed to the Govereor of the Ukraine^ with Orders to hinder the* Coflacks tinder her Czarian Maje-fty's JuHfdiction from obeying the Commands of the Forte, and to aflure them of fufficieni Support, in cafe the Turks fhouid pretend to force them to take the faid Oath. The Merchants of this City have under Confideratioa the Erection of a Publick Bank for the Benefit of Trade, but we do �otyet know whether thofe of Petersburg and Archangel will be concerned With them, or not. Genoa, Nov. ii. N. S. M. Firrao, nomi-hated to the Nunciature of Portugal, of w#ich he never exercifed the Office, is lifted --iiei�v'''.^oiih Lfsbon,; ind after a few Days Reft, will proceed to Rome* -where it is believed he will have fofie cpnflderable Poft. Laft Week the Spanifh Envoy teceited Difpatches, which were (aid to be of ireat Importance; and the nest Day he difpatch'd an Exprefs to Turin* They write from Florence, that the Great EhtKe of "tafcany was feiZed with a violent Cold, which hinder'd him from appearing ia Publick for fome Days. From Milan we are advifed, that Cardinal Cufanl was dangerouUy 'ill; that M. Catane'o, BifliOp of V^gevano* wis dead, aged ^6 Yeirs^j andthat Gotffct RezZorricO hiving made up Matters with the Relations of Don Guy firevio1, wborii ie kiU'dt in a Duel, Be was fet a* Lib&ry; �� By our laft Letters frortf TiSfte, We m& tfetfa General Amnefly'has been pablffligd thele. for Deferters;; and PrpVeGtioris arje jgrahted. lb .att Debtors for two Vears j and it they can neither pay their Debts, nor compound tnein with their Creditors, in that Time,- they are at Liberty to turn Bankraprs. Verfaillti, Dec.tt. N.S. On the r?tb tnS ftsrnt, it being the 3d Sunday in Advent, the .King and' the Queen went to Chappelj and heard Mafs fung to Mnfick. The fame Af<4 ternoon, their Majefties, accompanied by the Duke of Orleans, the Frince of.Conti,' &6 Duke du Maine, the Prince of Dombes, and the Count d'Eu, heard a Sermon preached by; Father Cotonay the Jefoite. Parit, Dec. 13. N.S. The Report? that were fpread here, of the King of Spain's III-nefs, were not well grounded,* for he had only a St. Anthony's Fire in his Leg, with which he conftantly walk'd about his Chamber, aind fometimes went down into the Garden, a^ad fifh'd in the Ponds; and bis Gatholick Bfaj jefty is now in perfect Health. The Prince of Conti now refides at Vet-faifle's, Where he has an Apartment that wal fitted -up on purpofe for him in the Caftle. Laft Week the Duke de Bethane's eldeff Son, having left the Academy, was prefen to the King and the Queen, for the firft ti
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