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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 24, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant K8 9^7 We'dnelHay, June 24, i?30. J* yof�e of our former, we inferred the Cenfiire of th Parliament of Paris of a 1 hefis lately maintained in that City in Vindication of the Pope's Infallibility; PVt fhall note piefent our Readers with a Tr (inflation of the Petition of the Faculty of Divinity at Paris to the KJng, in Defence of that Thefis ; which, with the Letter of the Count de Maurepas, Secrc tary of State, to the Faculty, in Anfwer to their Petition, hat been printed by Authority at Paris. 4 i ^ is, T S I f{ E, cct T"1 H E Faculty of Divinity at Pa-" ris who ought never to ap-" pear before your Majefty's " Throne, with any other tnd " than with the rnoft profound Refpedl, to " fhew their juft Acknowledgment for the " Favours you have newly heap'd upon them, *' find themfelves this Day. under* the hard " Necefficy of mingling, among thefe Senti-*' mcnts, thofe of a Sorrow as bitter as it is " well grounded. " And how can they help being fenGbly " affected, upon Sight of the Arret lately publifh'd by the Parliament againft a The-" fis maintain'd the 8rh of May Jaft, by " M. Haffet, Licentiate in Divinity ? You " know that fome Words are made ufe of " therein, which may be perverted to a *' wrong Senfe, by Inferences that are not " granted, or rather, do> tnanifeftly clafh " with the Author'.'; Meaning, who, far from " having faid, or even insinuated io bis " Thefis, that a Confeflbr ought to interra-**' gate all his Penitents concerning their Sub-" million to the* Decifions of the Church, " fpoke only of fuch as fhould attack them, "or obftinately oppofe them, and who ac-" knowiedging their former Mifiakes, fhould "give no certain, noreven ambiguous Marks ? of their Sorrow. " But in regard the Words of the Thefis "may not fo clearly exprefs their true " Meaning, the Faculty of Divinity cannot forbear reprefenting to your Majefty, that 'V the Point we are here concem'd about is " purely Spiritual, of which a Parliament of " fo good Undemanding as that of Paris 4atfon of the Letters Pa-" tent) of 1714, and particularly concerning " the XCIft Propofition, and the Declaration " of the 4th of Auguft 1663, And tb*EdiB " of March i68x, touching the Authority of *' the Pope, the Superiority of General Councils, " and other Matters in the faid Thefis con-" tained; which may open the Way to Schifmt, *' and difiurb the Public^ Tranquillity, upon *' pain of being proceeded againft according to *' Law. To which are added, the Irjnndi-*' ons made to theviyndick, and the Precau-'* tion of orderingifee Arret to be comma-" nicated not only to the Syndick, but alio " to the Dean of the Faculty. [The Remainder another Time.2 Teflerday in the Evening arrived the Mail due from Holland. i\ome, June j o. S. /~\N Friday in the Evening, the Venetian Ambaffador had a Jong Conference with the Cardinals Ottobooi and Porcia, at the Windows of the Conclave On Monday a Report was fpread throughout the City, that the Cardinals having relblved to raife Cardinal Divia to the Pontificate, the Election would be over that Day; whereupon the People flock*d to the Vatican, to bear him pr'oclaim'd  But when they heard that his Eminency had but % every Day we receive frefh Orders from Court to get every thing ready againft next Month. The Forces to be fhipt, a-mount to the Number of 42,006 Men; above 30,000 of whom are in this Principality. Vienna, June 17. N. S. Since the Arrival of the Courier from Paris, with xhtVltima*. turn of the Allies of Seville, feveral Conferences have been held at Court, about the Anfwer to bereturn'd by the Emperor, which will be drawn up this Day, and ferrt.to France two or three Days hence. Yefterday the Field Marfhal Count Merci fet out Poft for Italy, to take upon him the Command of th* Imperial Troops there. The General Counc Qttocar de Starerriburg fet out Yefterday aifo for Italy. This Court has fentOrders for moft of the Troops now in Lombardy, to marcljt towards Naples and Sicily, to fecure thofe two Kingdoms againft any Attack from Av. broad, and particularly Sicily, where there is to be an Army of 30,00c Mett under the; Command of Count Merci, in cafe of ? De-* fcent; and Gehieral Starerjabutg is tp^cpiri*' mand a Flying Camp; of it or 1 sVeob Merf upon the Frontiers