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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 4, 1730, London, Middlesex 4 . r �t f V 1 �' > Friday* December 4, t? 30. 1 * Teller day Arrived the Mail dm firm France. Queen's Coacb; that of the Datcbefs Patriarch ouc of the 9000 her' late Hatband had in lieu of the Direction of the Royal Garden of Plants, ill at Maffra, except the Infantes M. Chauvelin, Keeper of the Seals, Minifter which is worth 10,0000 Livres a Year, a Don Francifco, and Don Antonio, who are gone Pancos hunting the Wild s the Diverfion of Don Manuel Lobb Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs , and at the Diftance of 36 or 40 Paces, a $yl?i de Fopfeca de Almeida, Lo Coaches AmbaiTador's ridine before Mongado Maria-Ifabella de Meneiez Day laft Week As foon as he was arrived to Don Lewis Dacunba Defa. Dr. Don dro de' Almeida de Amaral, Gentleman of Majefty's Houfhold, Knight of the Order Cbrift, and Defembargador of was complimented on the part of the Kin the Duke de Rochechouart,firft Gentlems the Bedchamber; on the part of the Qj by the. Count de Tefle, her Matter of Horfe: and on the Daft of the Dutcbefs E vos, the 25 th pari, at his Seat near Celafes. We have received Le from Bethlehem, dated the 7 th of April which was given to M. Dodart by the late Duke of Orleans. Every hew Firft PhyficJan to the King re� .ceiyes a Crown of each Phyfician and Surgeon; in the Kingdom; which is computed at about 300,0*0 Crowns* On the 3d Inftant, the Count de St. Flo-rent in, who is perfe&Iy recoverU of the Small Pox, had the Honour to wait upon the King and Queen, and took Poffeffion of hi* jar, ber Matter of the Horfi On the *th. the Prince de Pons and Marquis de Crfive- Office of Secretary of State again ; upon that Father Andrew de Monto- Chevalier de Sain&ot, Introdu&or ro, new Superior General of the Holy Land, AmbaiTadors arrived there the 14th of March; that he Queen's Coaches, and cook had taken Meafures for finifhir:^ Charch and Convent of Nazareth"; ai he ted Dominated Father Ptcer de formerly Prefident in CHef of the Holy him which Occasion he received the Compliments of the Lords and Ladies of the Court. On Sunday laft the Prifoners in Biceftrt revolted againft the Archers j and feveralPer-fons were kilt'd and woanded on both Sides. r f Our .laft Letters from Lisbon advtie. that faille*, where he had his firft Ptibiick Audi- the Feaft of the Dedication of the Church of Caftle, pf the King. On Arrival found the the Maffraj which has been dedicated to St. Aik thony, was very magnificent. The Kio� Guardian thereof. TbofeLetters Jkld, that Compubin of French and 'Swift Guards under went to Prayers there feveral time* dating die Bafttaw of Damafcus continuing der the Province, the Peafants got together under the Command of one Alayon, Chief of a Band of Arabs^ that they a tucked the Bafhawf5 Troopsf be*t them, and forced them to retire. . Vtrfiilitii Dec. 7. N, S. On the ad Tn-ftanr, the King and the Queen returned hither from the Caftle of Marli. The 3d, being the firft Sunday in Advent, the King went to the Chappel, and beard the BU Arms, the Drumr beating j in the Court, the Guards of tie Gate and thole of Friars rook the Habit. the O&ave, ahd once particularly when 50 Provoft udder Arms at their upon the Stair Cafe, the 101 Habits of Ceremony, and their Halberds yet he fijldo Thofe from Seville import, that tbo' -die King enjoys a per fed State of Health there, Q went abroad fo much as to in their Handsr H received in the walk in the Gardens of Alcafar. Sale des Gardes (Giiards Hal); by the Duke M. de Maflbl, Advocate General of the d'Harcourt, Captain of the Life Guards, who fofm'd a Line, and were under Arms* After his Audience of the King, the AmbatTa* dor was conducted to Andiepces of the Queen Mafs fung to Mn Oath of Fit) by the Prince de Pons Mafs Majefty's Prefencej and the Queen heard be Chevalier deSaindot Ludiences in a Gown, accordij f the Ambafladors of Venice 01 Chamber of Accounts, is fhortly to be^aai-ried to Mad. de Laubriere. : \., � The King has nominated two Cerent Ca(hiers in the Offices r he laV prentice were feixed. Deal, December l. Remain the Granada, Hanny, the Concord, Spilma^ has erected within the and the Gadi* Frigate, Jackfon, for Oftenj|; A large Dutch Ship came in Yefterday frool the Weft ward. Wind N. E. blowing hard) Abbeyj The fame%Day, tb King came and fupp'i in the Caftle of La On 1^ Q" fter RoquelaureVCoacb, preceded by his Ma- Calaih to meet the Ktefif in the Foreft of St Swifs Germain. Ladies went drefs |>ack i the Ambafladors Fi yerrt 6 Officers on Horf< Amazons LONDON, We hear a Bill of thdiQmtrit will be apainft Rbger Johnfon this Sdfiont, for violently affaulting one Pitts, a Serjeant of the Poultry Compter (who thenJbad him fnCtiftody) on the * -l - c* - r - j � n Sk \ ? L ?S Pr� ?i ^ V*$ fo0n * Vhe 5^1^^ Highway, and felonioufly taking from him hi, Ht^ of the Horfe and 6 Pages on Horfeback : the at Verfailles, flie went to fee the Children of an wi ' when he wa� bilneine him from New* King's Coach, furrounded by the Marfhal Koquelaure Foot fter which, her Mai and thofe of the Theater at Court, and faw the Italian Come gate to SsrjeantVInn, to titricndet himfelf befot* Chevalier de Saindot, in their Liveries; the dy cajl'd the triumph hairejt a Judge. ;