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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 23, 1730, London, Middlesex i Daily Courant. NQ 8904. Thurfday, April 23, 1730. France, with Difpatches that occaGoned a long Conference between the Imperial Mihi-fters; and afterwards ExprefTes were fenc to Berlin, Hague, France and England. Ye-fterday the Emperor received another Cou* rier from London, and feemed very well pleafed with the Contents of his1 Difpatches, which he communicated to CounrGundack. er of Srarembcrg, and bad a long Conver-fation with him upon the fame. We begin xo think there will be no Rupture in Italy; and that his Imperial Majefty will at laft confent to the Introduction of 6ooo Spaniards into the Durchies of Tufcany and Parma, upon the Terms which are fa id to have been offer'd by the Allies of Seville. This however, depends upon the Anfwer which the Express fhall bring which are lent to the refpedhve Courts of thofe Allies. In the Interim, we hear the Troops marching to Italy are ordered to bait. Hanover, April 25. N. S. At length the CongVefs of Brim/wick is at an End The Prifoners on both fides are exchanged ; and the Hanoverian Peferters have been con-dueled hither. M. Horze, Auditor General, aod the other Perfons who aflifted at that Congrefs, are alfo returned hither. It is written from Berlin^ that the King's Departure for the Camp at Mublberg is fix'd for the.29th of May. Paris, April 25. N. S. On the 19th In-ftant, the Royal Academy of Sciences held a General Alfembly ; wherein xvl. de Fonte-nelle pronounced the Elogium of M. de Va-lincour deceafed. Signor Cafiini prefented them with a De-fcription of the Progrefs of the Comet that appeared laft Year, and till the 21ft of January this Year, and likewife of its Diftance from the Sun and from the Earth. M. Geoffroy, the Younger Brother, read a Chymical Lecture upon the Viands molt in Ule, to determine the Quantity of Nourishment which ought to be given to fick Perfons by Broths. M. de Juflieu read a Ledture upon the Benefit which the Botanifts Correfpondence . Abroad might prove to the Publick, by procuring Foreign Plants, and fuch as are little known. * M. Du Fay read a Continuation of his Memoir upon the Loadftone M- Ou Hamel read a Lecture upon the Choice of the Subjects to be preferr'd, to make the Grafts of Trees fiourifh. On the 19th Inftant the Parliament metj and after the Prefident's Speech, fome of the Members were for taking into Con fid era t ion the Regiftring of the King's Declaration the 3d Inftant; but the Firft President having produced a Letter de Cachet forbidding the Difcuffion of that Afbur, be *nft the Prefi-/jdents a Mortier withdrew, and fome of the Counfellors of the Great Chamber and the reft went into ttfe Firft Chambre des Enguetes. . Laft Week the ^.Queen was flightly indif-pofed. Our laft Letters from Rome import, that the Election of a Pope was not yet over, nor did they believe it would very foon. Farts, April 29. N. S. The Count de Roye, Lieutenant General of the Gatlies, has been nominated to command the fix Gallies now equipping at Marfeilles. Don Lucas Spinola, Captain-General of the King of Spain's Armies, fet out fome Days ago, to go and take upon him the Command of the Spaniih Troops defign'd for Italy. Notwithftanding the great Preparations for War that are making by theCourts of Vienna and Madrid, we are yet in hopes they will not come to a Rupture j but that their Differences will be terminated by way of Ne-goriarion. On the 24th in the Morning, the Queen ifet out from Vei failles, and dined at Sceaiix. She lay that Night in the Caftle of Petit-burg ; and the next Day betimes her Majefty arriv'd at Fontainbleau. tVeymoittby April 20. This Morning failed from Portland Road the Friendfliip, Barker, from Amfterdam, for .Lisbon; the Genoa, Bezeme, from Hamburgh, for Cadiz; and the Borlace, Bailey, from Shallow, for Hamburgh, all three of London ; the Sea Nymph, Flower, for the Coaft of Africa., the, America, Bell, for Barbadoes, and the Orphan, Burford, for Lisbon; all three'of and from London; the Succefs, of Burlington, Stephens, from Newcaftle, fatGaernfey. WindN.W. , ^ 1 Deal, April 21. " The' India; Merchant, Barlow, failed this Morning for the Hope. Remain only the Prince of Aftujrias? Black, burn, for the South Seas; the Dolphin, Webber, for Amfterdam. Wind E.N,E. Gravefend: April 11. Pafled by the Dove," Rowland 3urdon, from Malaga  the Salva* tor, Hans Jacoblen, and the Patrentia, Pete^ Chriftianfen, from Norway ; the John, Ben jamin Hartley, from St. Remo, and the Ber" muda Merchant, Andrew Heron, from St* Chriftophers. , Grave/end, April 22. PafiTed by the Benjamin, Frye, from Syracufa j the Orarava, Maxey, from the Canaries j the John and Betty, Srrahan, from Oftend ; the Pearl, Aliifon, from Lisbon ; the Pickfatt, BelJ, from Rotterdam; the Ruby, Colwell, from Carolina ; the Nelly, Jenkins, and the Duke of Charo?, Pepper^ from Dunkirk; LONDON. Yefterday Morning his Majefty with the Queen and the Prince of Wales viewed in St. J mes's Park the 10 fine Hunting HOifesltely landed at Tower Wharf from Hanover, being the King's own Breed there. The fame Day the Lords Commiflioners of the Admiralty appointed Mr. Edward Gold to be Gunner of the Haftings Man of War. Yefterday Morning died at CheJfla Col. Wynd-ham, Deputy-Governor of Chelfea Holpital. On Tuefday Night Samuel Woodham, tff the Parifh* of Lambeth to fupprefs the fame ; but the Landlord of the Houfe promifing that no Play fhould' be fuffered there for the future, there were-none taken inro Cuftody. Yefterday Elizabeth Tifhee was commirreJl to Newgate by Juftice Robe, on thfc Oath or> Thomas Harrifon, for enticing his Daughter?' Mary, an InFanr, from his Houfe, and ft ripping her of her Cloaths, and felonioufly carrying* them away. j > The fame Day a Battalion of the Firft Regiment of Foot-Guards and a Battalion of the Third were exercifed and reviewed in Hyde-Park-by the field-Officers. : Daniel Preverau, Efq; one of the principal Clerks of his Grace the Duke of Nfcwcaftle'si Office at the Cockpit, lies dangeroufly 'ill at hrs* Houfe in St. Martin's Street, near Leiceller-Fields. Yefterday in the Afternoon a Carman fitting upon the Cops of his Cart coming up' from the Keys, happening to turn fliort, was' by a fud-den Jolt thrown off his -Cart, and rhe Wheel' of the Cart bruifed the iright fide of his Body id fuch a terrible manner that his Life is defpair-ed of. O?' � '�' Befides the Three Battalions of Foot Guards who are to affift in the.eftablifhing Don Carlos! in Sicily, we hear that the Regiments of Kirk'sj Gore's and Clayton's are alfo to embark on the the fame Account. . r � >. Addrefs of the Houfe of Commons of Jrelavig to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenanr. . j To his Excellency yOHN Lord CARTERET, Lord Lieutenant-General and General Governor of Ireland. The humble Addrefs of the Knights^ Citizen^ and Burgei&s in Parliament affembled. 3 May it pleafeToitr Excellency, THE Commons of Ireland cannot fee an-Er/d put to this Seflion, without acknowledging, in the moft grateful manne , the Advantages which this Nation hath received, under the Influences of your Excellency's' Government. - Themany good Laws which paflfedirt'the rwi preceding Seffions, and thofe which are rrow ready For the Royal Affenr, will be fo many Monu-/ merits to Pofterity of your wife Adminiftrati And we fhall ever remember, that you held Parliament whereia His Majefty was gract Pi ;