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   Daily Post (Newspaper) - April 27, 1823, London, Middlesex                                Numb* ii 17 The Daily Pod Saturday, April 27, 1723. Films, Jpril 10. 1S faid Count Kiniki will be appointed to lucceed Count Schlick, who died on the 8th Inftant, in the Place of (ireat Chancellor of Bohemia: Tis certain, that Poft will not remain long undifpofed ofjbecaufe of the Court's approaching journey to Prague. Some Days ago Cardinal Boflu, Archbilhop of Mecklin, had a long Audience of the Emperor, who advifed him to abate of his Zeal for the Constitution Unigenitus,af-tet his Return into the Netherlands. The Emperor has made a Decree, in relation to the Succefiion of Monbeliard, by which Count Sponek is for ever excluded from that Inheritance, as are likewife all his Defendants, and conftrain'd to content him-felf with the Penfion aflign'd him by the late Duke of Monbeliard, and by the Duke of Wirtemberg. On the 12th a great Council was held in the Emperor's Prefence on Affairs of Religion, 'lis faid the Court is much diflatisfy'd with fome of the Great Men of Hungary. Vienna, Jpril 17. The Counts Staremberg and Kiniki are fet out for Prefbourg, to aflift at the Af-fembly of the States of Hungary in Quality of the Emperor's Commiflaries, to endeavour to bring the Sefiion to a Conclufion: But the States Ihew not much Willingnefs to feparate, till certain Demands are granted them, which they will not eafily obtain. Mean while frequent Conferences are held, as well on that Affair as on thofe of Religion, which the CJourt would be glad to remedy before their Departure for Prague. The Chapter of Minds has made Kemonftrances to the Emperor in Regard to fome ^Privileges which they pretend the King of Pruffia deprive them of; upon Which his Imperial Majefty fjas written to that Prince. Tis reported, that Count Kufftein is to go to feveral Courts of the Empire, "with a Commifliou of Importance from his Imperial Majefty. The Court has refolved to fend to Buda a coniiderable Sum of Money, to be employ'd in repairing the Damage done by the late Eire ; and this Sum is to be taken out of the Monies arifing from She Duties which the Jews are to pay for the renewing their Letters of Proteftion. Matithon, Jpril 19. The Swifs Proteftant Cantons Shave written to the Evangelick Body, that they have lefolved to comply with the Requeft of the faid Body, and that they would caufe the Feftival of Eafter to fee celebrated next Year on the pth of April, and continue from that Time to obferve the new Calendar. The Palatine Court have lately redrefs'd fome of the Proteftant Grievances of fmall Importance ; but have not yet taken any Notice of thofe of greater Confequence. The Evangelick Body have lately receiv'd Complaints of the Protectants of Wehrt in the County of Munfter, where the Ca-tholicks encroach daily on their Privileges, and endeavour to poflefs themfelves of the Revenues of Iheir Church. Frttnkfon, April tz. A Courier from Munich has pafs'd thro' this Place in his Way to Wifbaden, with Advice that the Ptincefs of Eaft- Frieiland^ dy'd there on the 13th Initanr. We hear from Catfen, that the Princefs Frederica Henrietta of Anhalt-Bern-bourg, dy d there on rhe 4th of this Month. Bafil, Jpril 19. The Pope's Nuncio Paflionei, car-*Y'd himfelf the Hoft, in the laft folemn Proceffion that was made at Lucerne. The Duke of Wirtemberg, has taken Poffefiion of the open Country of Monbeliard ; and will lhortly do the like by the City of that Name. The King of Sardinia's Troops, keep a ftriSt Guard on the Frontiers of the Principality of Monaco, to hinder all fufpecTed Perfons, A great many Troops, are embark'd at Villa- from coming into Piemont. and Ammunition of all Sorts, Franca for Sardinia. Turin, Jpril ir. On the 3d Inftant, was celebrated the Birth-Day of the Dutchefs Dowager of Savoy, who then enter'd into the iioth Year of her Age. Tho' that Princefs be recover'd beyond Expe�tation, yet her Phyficians advis'd her, not to undergo the Fatigue of receiving the Compliments of the Court on that Occafion. Yefterday the King went to La Venerie, where he is building a {lately Stable, to hold above 600 Horfes. On the 6th the Prince of Piemont went to Gayanin, a Country Seat belonging to the Prince of Mafleran, who gave him a magnificent Reception; and his Royal Highnefs return'd from thence on the 7th. Sig. Mezzabarba arriv'd here on the 3d, the next Day he had Audience of the King, and on the 5 th, proceeded on his Journey to Rome. The neceflary Preparations are making at Villa-Franca for the Tranfportation of Troops into Sardinia. They talk already of marrying the Prince of Piemont with a Princefs of Heffe Rhinfels. Fjlmoutb, Jpril m. Came in the King George from Dover for Oporto, and , Capt. Green, back from Dram for a Market. Dartmouth, Jpril 23. Sailed this Day the Dolphin for London. Came in the Society from Newfoundland. Portfmouth, Jpril 25. Came in the Kingfton Man of War from the Weft-Indies, and Porchwood from the Streights. Plymouth, Jpril s3. Sailed the Speedwell for Dub^ lin- Came in the Happy Return from St. Seba-ftians. Liverpool^ Jpril 33. Sailed this Day the Young Adrian for Rotterdam. Grave fend, Jpril 25. Pafled by for the River the Catherine and Vanity from Hamburgh- Deal, April 25. Remains the Royal Prince Fot the South-Sea, St. Anthony for Bilboa, and Blefling for Portfmouth. London, April v], Yefterday at the Seflions at the Old Baily, three Perfons were convifted of Capital Crimes, viz. Ri�; chard Trantam for Houfe-breaking ; Mary Chandler for Shop-lifting; and the Shoe-maker in White-Chapel, that Itabb'd and kill'd the Perfon who ufed his good Offices to part him and his Brother when they were quarrelling, as mention'd in out former. Mr. (Iriih, the Weft-India Merchant, was alfo trytt for killing John Hill, the Journeyman Barber, in St. Paul 8 Church-yard, and found Guilty of Manflaughter. On Thurfday Evening abrtut fix a Clock, Mr. Clem. Bellamy, and Mr. Leigh, a Cheeferaonger in Thames-Street, were overturn'd in a Chaife on Black-Heath; by which Accident, the former had his Thigh broke, and the latter had his Face very much briiis'd. Yefterday dy'd in Beaufort-Buildings, Brigadier Langfton, at a very advane'd Age. The fame Day dy'd -- Dunch,* Efq; at hi* Habitation in Kingftreet, Bloomfbury. Alfo the fame Day John Plunket was cany'd under a ftrong Guard from the Tower tothe Bar of the Houfe of Lords, to make his Defence tjgainft the Bill now depending to infliS on him certain Pains and Penalties; and at Night he was remanded back. We hear he had fummon'd about 28 Wit-nefles, but that feveral of them declared,, they knew . him not. . .. The Kingfton Man of War, Capt Eaton, Etorq Jamaica; is arrived atS,.*thcad, . ,    

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