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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 2, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Goui-aht Wednesday, Deeeiiiber 2,*,' 173(3. Yejicrdaj arrived the iM'M'aih due from France. Mofcm, 08.30. N.'S. HE Count.de Wa'cbtmeifter, Envoy of the -Duke of J&oiftein, has been here thefe two Months fobcit-ingih^ Payment asd Coiirinttaciori of the Penfions granted to that Prince by,the . late Czarina Katharine j and as "the Pirincefs Elizabeth, his Sifter-in Law> interfjofei 10 his Favour/'cis beHeWd 6erCzarian:Majefty will comply with his Efcemand. The Workmen, fent to the Mountains of Georgia, to work in the .Gold and Silver Mines that have been difcover'd; there, were not yet return'd to A-ftracan in the Month of September 1 aft j.and we have heard that there Were not enow of them to blow up the Rocks that cover tbofe Mines * But as we are perfuaded; that their ' Produce will be very considerable, becaufe the Rivers that fpring oqt of thofe5 Mountains afford a Sand that is very full of Gold "Duft, it has been refoived not to abandon that En-terprize, but to fend 200 /vlen more thither, vVith Provilions in abundance. Lisbon, OR, '26. W. - There will fiiortly be held zxx-Autj) xda Fe, to condemn fome new Qhriftians that'have judaized. About a Fortnight ago, the Prince of Brazil was aggre-' gated into the Tierce Order of Sr. Francis. Ma It, Nov. 30. N. S. The King has gi-^r^'tbe Abbey of Vauluifant, of the Ordec of Cirfertiatisirj.. the Diocese of,Sens,, to.the' ancien. Bithop of Tro.ycs ; that of Tbhnay-Cbarante, of the Order of Sc> Benedict, in the Diocefe of Saintes, to the Abbot de-Gye-J mare, Canon of the Cathedral Church ;of Liziepx ; and that of Beaulieu, of the Order of St. Auguftin, in the Diocefe of Boulogne, to Jbe Abbot de Courteilles. : Baris, Dec. x. N. S. On the 20th and; Jlift paft, tbe King did not go out, having "got a little Cold ; but upon the izd, his Ma-jefty went a Hunting.  . The Marquis de Gaftellar, Ambaffador of the King of Spain, is with the Court at Mar-li, where he has an entire Pavilion to birofelf; He is treated by tbe Miniftets and Lords of the Court alternately ; and on the 22,d, the Waters both Ordinary and Extraordinary were play'd for him, and he waVaccompa-ny'd throughout by the Duke de Noailles and jjis Son the Count d'Agen. During the Residence of the Court at Mar-. li, a Page goes every Morning from Verfailles, to tell the King and Queen how the Children of France do. There is a Concert of Mufick thrice a Week ac Marli* and rhey play high every Night, On the 13d, the Queen took Phyfick by way of Prevention,; and the next Day fhe began' to ufe the Bath for nine-Days: Her Majefty dined that Day-in the Bath Pavilion, which is feparate front the Caftle.. On Sunday the 26th, about Four o'Clock in the Evening, the Queen came to Verfailles, and got out of the Coach at the Chappel. where 4he heard Vefperaand Compline j af. ter which fhe went to fee tbe Children of France, and return'd to Matli by the Light of Flambeaux. M. Dodarr; Firft Phyfician to thej^ingi died at �&�tfte�, the 15th paft, aged 70 Years. That Placer>to whichlls annexed the Title of Counfellor of State, 'is not yet dif-pofed of; and there are ievcral Coinpeticdrs for it* among whom are M.. de ,.�^q^re, Chirac, Sylva, Motto, �and Heivetiuv They write from St! Brieux. that. the States of BretagneWere upon the Point of feparating, the Marfhald'E trees being very much indifpofed : That the Abbot de Tre-migon, Deputy in that vAflembly for the Church, and the Prefident de Bedee, Attor-nel General, and Syodiok^t the States, bad bad fome difference about the Tax for re^ pairing the High *aysj whereupon the Aflemr bly had appointed a Committee to enquire into that Affair. The King, who had declared that he would go out of-Mourning for tbe King of Denmark the 26th part, ordered it to be continued a Week longer, upon the Danifli Minifter's reprefenting to him, that the King his Mafter died before the new Regulation for Court. Mournings was made. On the 28th in tbe Morning, the Dauphin and Metdames de France took ari Airing to Trianon, where tbe Ordinary and Extraordinary Waters were play'd for their Diver-fion. . The fame Day came out an Arret of tne King's Council of State, in which is infertedL at length the Declaration of the 40 Advocates formerly mentioned, approved by the? whole Prder of Advocates; wbeVem: tbjey foteftujj -fp^l> thetif^g^om'tis^awo-lutefy ' Mo^arehical j 'thatthe Supreir^e, A%-thority is lodged ih?. his''jtK$a]r> of Aiguillon, will fliortiy bf decidedly tW , Pariiamenr. 1 - M. de Chirac^ Phy^cian.. to. the &&Gi�of. Orleans,1 is made firft PhyJician;to the; King*; with a Salary of 60,000 Livresa Year. . ' Letters from ;Rome, of the 16th vife, that.the' folemn Cavalcade which the Pope.deGgned to make the i 2tb, on: his?;ta^ king Pofieflion of the Churchi of St: Jbhtt^ Lateran, was put off uponi Account of the bad Weather*,1 and they believe that Cere* mony will not now be performed till next  Spring. They had received an Account,, that the Pope's Galiies which carried the Abbot Lanti to France, had landed Cardinal Maffei at Genoa, who ftaysat Leghorn, whether 'tit expected the Pontiff will fend him hislnftru-merits and proper Orders for his Legatefltajj , of Ravenna, Deal, Nov. 30. Remains the Mev(r Cr*2 . nada, the. Concord, Spiiman, and tbe Cadiz! Frigat,, Jackfon, for Offend. Came down .Yefterday and failed through with a ftrpng Gate at North-the King George, Buckler, and the Francis, Bofwell, for Virginia ; the ' Prince William, Groute, for Dublin 5 the . George, Harper, for Leghorn, and three 0-tbers not known. This Day failed for the River the Tankerville, Colwel, from Maryland; the I ark, Grocock, from Denia ; the Trifion, Brooks, from Virginia. Wind B, blows hard. Grave/end, Nov. 30. PaCTed bytbePrm� cefs Mary, Boiitha, from Genoa ; the Samuel and Rebecca, Whittled, from Norway ;