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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 4, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daiiv Gourant. N* 8940. Tfaurfday^ Jtiiie 4, 1730. ftficrday arrivd the Mail due ft cm France. Milan, May 18. N. S- H E Y write from Florence, that upon the 14th Inftanr, they celebrated with a great deal of Solemnity the Feftival of the Miraculous Crucifix which is preferved in the Church of the Carmelites; that there was at the Pro-cetfion, a prodigious Concour/e of People from the Neighbourhood, it being generally made but once in 5 Years, unlefs fome Pub-lick Calamity obliges the Government to fuffer it ofcner. The Confu(ion was'fd great that Day, that 3 or 4 Perfdns were wounded, and among them the Chancellor of the Get man Guard's Son. Vienna, May 27. N. S. Two Days ago, the Emperor received an ExpreftfrOtti Rbmei with Advice .that the Cardinals Cienfuegos and Colonitz had put the Negative, in the Name of bis Imperial Majefty, upon Cardinal Corfihi, who" in the Scrutiny held tb& 15th, had the grcateft Number of Voices. There is like wile arriv'd a Courier from Florence, with Difpatches that are very agreeable', the Great Duke having again declared (as they/give out) that he will never confent to the IritroduiSkiqn of Spamfh Troops into bis Dominions; aad that, his. Royal Highnefs will," in cafe of a Rupture,, furnifh his Imperial M'ajefty , with aconsiderable Sum of Money, to enable him to carry on the War, The PrincesJjRrederick and Lewis of Wirremberg "will command under Count Merci in Italy,: if there .ihpuld be a WaK A great Qua'nmyof Wheat''mq Oats, is or. der'd to be fAtfto Ffame frbjri^Hungary an4 Croatia, whence �is*o hecVrry'd by Sea to Siciiy; Upon^Advrce that^moft^of' thfe neww raifed Men rbarcmarch'd - fronS^Germany1 to Italy, prove jei^fjckFy; it; haibe^ft^Widto lend for them backV and incorporate them in ther.Regiment*..in-Hungary, and- to Supply their:.Placeu-withi Veteran -Soldiers. The, Emperor ^GlUcfe?111^* that the Recruits marching from Bohemia to the Dutchy of Luxemburg; 'cfcorted by a Detachment of Regular Troops commanded l by a Major, 1ud met with-great Difficulties in their Paf-fa^e thro* Bavaffa,1 where they were refufed Quarters and Refrefhirients, and even Horfes to. carry their Baggage, his Imperial Majetly has written to^he*" Elector of $avaria, xd. r�prefent to hipiK that fuch: Marches being' agreeable to the Confutations of the Empire,-he hopeaVthar^qft the'ftiiure hp! w6uld gift; the neceffary Orders- to fuppjy $he> Imperial-Troops? with Refrefhments and-;-other Necef^' ftttes, they paying tit the Tamfc*'1 �J: Parisj June jo, N.S. Qn 4che jthTu-fiant, the Qa?eh-, who goe^.onr' "^ry well^ with her Pregnancy, was let Blood by way r of Prevention. Laft Week the Count of Saxony fet out hence, on his return to Germany. The laft of theO&aves of Carpus Cbrijii, after the Salutation, the Court will go for a Fortnight or three* Weeks to Marli. By the new Leafes of the General Farmers," they are at Liberty to call in the Leafes of the Under- Farmers whenever they pleafe. M. Bourgeois, formerly a Wine Merchant,  who isdifordgt'dinttsSenfes1, andwasebnv'; fined for that Reafon, having been let out at his Wife's Requeft, he caned her to Death on Saturday laft, in an Enclofure of the Abbey of St Germain where he lodged. The Chevalier cle St, Andre, Brigadier of the King's Armies, is made the King's Lieu-tenamr of the Hotel des lnvalides, and has the Reverfion of the Government of that Houfe, the new Governor being So Years of Age. He is to fet out next Week, to command the Camp upon the Sainbre under the-Prince de Tingry, in the room of the late Count de Beaujeu.. The Marfhal de Coetlogon received the Sacraments of the Church laft Week, and died the 7th Inftanr, aged 86. M� de Varennes, one of the Ayde-Majors of the Regiment of French Guards, died laft Week, and is fucceeded by M. de Vau-dreuil. . The Count,de Mauville, Son. to. the Governor of Dieppe, is going to marry a grear Heirefs in Normandie. -The King barlirrfited the Charge of the Order'of the* Holy Gboft \o 20,000 Livres j and the Exceed**- is to be paid out of the Revenues of the Order;./. The Marquis.de Valfeme has, upon his Marriage, atiumed the Title of Marquis de Graville, which is that of bis Faintly. There lately arjriv'd in this City, a Princels of Baden* abow 4 or 5 Yearsold, Cqufin. Germira^otBeBWce^f Chartres, to becur-ed/of- a- Wolf (at cancerp^Humpiir) in her Cheek, about which fome' of the moft emi-nent Surgeons here nave aftftfdpirefd* feveral On the 5 th Inftanr, the General Affembiy of che Clergy of France was open'd with the aluaJ Ceremonies, in rhe Church of the Great Auguftics, by a Mafs of rhe Holy Ghoft, at which the Prelates and other Deputies who compofe that Alfembly, received the Com* munion. The Archbifhop of Paris officiated pontifically, and thcBilhopof Nii'mes preach'd an excellent Sermon. The faid Affembiy having firft ihofen the Archbifliops of Paris, Sens, and Rouen, and. the Bifhops of St. Pol de Leon, Marfeilles, and Nifmes, their Presidents j the Abbot de Maugiron, Promotor, (Prolocutor) and tHe Abbot de Valras, Secretary \ they proceeded to choofe the Cardinal de Fleury their Firft Prefidenr, and fent a Deputation to hitrif defiring him to accept of thar Choice. On the 7th, the Prelates and other Deputies who compofe the General Affembiy of the Clergy, went to Verfailles to. pay their Refpe&s to the King. They met in the Hall of the Caftle, which is appointed for them upon fuch Occasions j and the Count de Maurepas, Secretary of State, being come to take them and prefent them to the King, they, were conducted to an Audience of his Ma-jefty by the Marquis de Dreux, Great Maftei; of the Ceremonies, and .by.M. Defgranges; Matter of the Ceremonies, with the Honours paid to the Clergy when they are in aBody,' the Life Guards being drawn up in theii* Hall-under Arms, and the Folding Doors being thrown open. The Cardinal deFleuryj? Firft Prefident of the Affembiy, went and met. the Deputies in the Hall where they wera affetnbled, and walk'd with them oh the Right of the Archbilhops of P^ns and Sens. The Archbiftibp of Paris complimented the King.in, a yery: eloi|uent -Sj^ecfh,' alter Which'the Car^Uiaf , , '$i^i^i^l^^^pf^^^} w,ithYtM Car'idinal.de Fleury jit. their . Hc^d^ bad; tkf Honour to compliment the Queen and Mon+ fei^neur the Dauphin. >. vis 1 The:Prince.rde Courtenay die^^-herethe 7th of laft Month, in the 59th>Yea#.of fh'� Age; He wasthclaft of hisNfDirir-' for the Eftablifhment of a ftoyal Coflncii of Commerce, to cbntift of the'^ulce or''Orleans; the CardiBaride^Fleu^^e-'Cfaineel. lor; ethe Ke^pJer'Sf ^t6e?Spias, 1�}.,,.DaWerviF Maurepas, , tb^Cpmptroll^Gt�piral of the; Finances, and ,Mi! Fagon,- wm5 are to meet o^ce-a'iForihigh^'?-^--' ���� '� -t n tbeiSupp^reflidn of the AnBSiifiesypald out of thttHotet deVtUei 01 .�im?$utu>*i \ Remain?^'th8 who w>s:impi\to^iias\oeei�)]eItf^ delivering in an Account of the Coinage, which he makes upwards of eTo,ooo Livres Debtor to him. He is now permitted to w*lk tny where .^Afr^qfc counts can be examined. Smith, and the Providence, Hammond, botk from Dwnkirk. LOW ;