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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 25, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. Thurfday, June 25^ 1730. Tejlerday arrived the Mail due from France. T Mcfccxo, May 27. N. S. "J H E Duke of Liria, Ambaflador-Extraordinary of the King of Spaing made fuch a magnificent Feaft upon Occafion of tbe Czarina's Coronation, that her Czarian Majefty fenc bi.n a Compliment upon ic, and return d . him Thanks fome Days after, by Word of Mouth. That Princefs has given Count Wratiflaw,; the Emperor's Ambaflador-Extraordinary, to underttand, that fhe cannot this Year furnifh his Imperial Majefty with tbe 30,000 Men promifed by the Treaties made three or four Years ago, becaufe ftie has Occafion for all her Troops to preferve the Provinces conquer'd from Perfia, having received certain Advice, that Prince Thamas has taken the Refolution to recover thofe Provinces, as foon as he has difperfed the reft of Sultan EfrefTs Army. Lisbon, M*y 25. N. S. On the 21ft In-ftanr, the King and the Prince of Brazil went and paid their Devotions in the Church of Our Lady of Grace belonging to the Barefooted Auguftins, where the Feftival of Santa Rita de Caflia was to be celebrated the next Day. His Majefty afterwards vifited the Church of St. Roch, by reafon the Festival of Santa Quiteria was to be celebrated there alfo the next Day. On the aid, the Queen and the Infanta Doiana Francifca went and paid their Devotions likewife in the faid Churches. The Infante Don Pedro has had the Meafles, but is perfectly recovered. On the 23d, the $ecular Canons of St. John the Evangelift elected for their General Father Antonio de Cruz de Gouvea, who was Vicar.General of that Congregation laft Year. At the fame time, they chofe for Rector of the Houfe of Sc. Eloy, Father-Charles de Santa Maria de Mello, who was Procurator-General of that Congregation. Madrid, June 23. N. S. On the 5th In-ftant the King, the Queen, the Prince and Princeffes of the Royal Family fet out from Soto de Roma, and lay that Night at Loxa. On the 6th their Majefties lay at Archadonna, and the 7th at Bonamexi, where they defign'd to reft the 8 th, and to proceed the next Day on their Journey to Cazalla, a little Town fituate between Andalufia and Caftile, 9.t the Foot of the Mountains of Sierra Morerie, The King has made Don Gaetano Cogorani, a Butler de Cortina. Don Manuel Gonfales de Arce has lately obtained the Government of Viflanova de la Serena, a Place belonging to the Order of Alcantara. Among the 347 51a ves lately redecm'd at Algiers, and brought to Cartagena by the Fathers de It Mercy, are four Clergymen, three Lieutenants of Foot, feveral Sqldiers, two Women, and twenty feven Children. The Minifter of the Duke of Holfteyn, who bad his Audience of Leave toward the Clofe of laft Month, fet out fome Days ago on his Return to that Prince.; Letters from Tetuan advife, that there is ftiJl a great Number of Male-contenrs in the Kingdoms of Fez and Mo-rooea ; fo tha| they were apprehenfive of a new Revolution. Since the Treaty of Peace was renewed between the King of Great Britain arid the_ Regency of Algiers, the Algerines have fet at Liberty a Genoefe Ship they had taken under Eng. lifli Colours ; and Vice-Admiral Cavendifh has agreed with them, that his Britannick Majefty will grant no more Pafports to Foreign Ships. Men are actually building in the Port of Barcelona, a Bridge of a new Invention, for the more commodious carrying the Artillery on board the King's Ships, in cafe his Majefty"s Squadron fails for Sicily. All the Gilleons are ac prefent in the Bay of Cadiz j and Don Felix Cornejo, who is to command them, waits only for the laft Orders from Coujrt to put to Sea. Leghorn, June 10. N. S. They write from Malta, that feveral Ships of the Order were failed for the Levant, to endeavour to intercept the Fleet of Merchant Ships bound to Constantinople from Alexandria. Genoa, June 10. N. S. On the 7th In-ftant, Signor Giouanni-Francefco Groppallo went on board the Capitana Galley of this Republick, and failed for Corfica, to take Poffeffion of the Government of that iHand, where rhe Mountaneers continue in Arms. Paris, July 1. N. S. On the 22d paft, the Lottery for the Additional Annuities, upon the.Deaths of Annuitants that happen'd between the ift of June 1729, and the ift of June 1730, was drawn at the India Company's Houfe; as was" alfo the" Lottery for paying off the Actions. Laft Week the Earl of Waldegrave arrived here from the Court of Vienna; but it is believed he will make a Tour to London, before he affumes the Character of A,m.bafl'a-dor of the King of Great Britaini On the 21 ft of June, the Dauphin and Mef-dames de France, attended by rhe Dtftdiefles de Ventadour, de Tallard, and by Madame Villefort, made a Vifit to the King .and Queen at Marli, from which Place their Majefties will return to Verfailles On Monday next j and on Wednefday following, the King will fet out for Compiegne. The,great SaUonln the Middle of the left: Wing of the Caftle of Verfailles,'which-fi?rv'd the Dutcbefs of Orleans's Life-Guards for a Hall, is defign'd to enlarge the Apartments of the. Children of France ; and thofe fpacious Rooms are to be made 12 fmall ones, 6 above Stairs, and 6 below 5 and Men are actually em ploy'd in inlaying; wainfcotting and a-doming them with Sculptures. All .he King's Hunting Equipage and Hounds were fent away, the 2'8�h pait, for Compiegne, to give them fome Days Reft before his Majefty *s Arrival there, who will not return to Fontainebleau till after the Queen's Lying-in, as it was reported, but will go feveral times a Week to Rambouiller. The Princefs .of Baden, who had lately a Wen cut off of her Cheek, is. perfectly recovered, and will have a very flight Scar. The Commiffion apppinted for trying the Coiners lately apprehended, is referred *o the Lieutanant General^ Police. The Actions are about 14x5 Lirres; but the Contracts of the Perpetual Annuities are fallen about 35 Livres per Cent, fince the Suppreffion of the Lottery. On the 23d, the Parliament regifter'd the King's Letters difpenfing with the Age of the Prefidenr de Lamoignon's Son, and qualifying him to exercile the Office of Counfellor of State. On the 21 ft of June, M. des Eflarts, Sub-Deacon, was feized in the Fauxbourgh St. Marceau, and carry'd to the Baftile, for holding Alfemblies in his Houfe about the Affairs of the Church. The Count de Palu-Surquigny, Nephew to the Marquis de Grave, will fhorrly be marry'd to Mademoifelle de Malortie, one of the richeft Heirefles in Normandie'. As will M. deVillette, Receiver-General of the Finances, to Mademoifelle de Lau-j nay, Daughter to the Treafurer-ExtraordKj nary of War. On the 22d paft, came on, in the Firft Chamber of Requetes du Palais, tbe Tryal between the Countefs de Rochechourt and the Prince of Contij the Count d'Aubc�'rre; and the Chevalier de Cavaliere, to fet afide the Will of the late Marchionefs de Haute-fort; when Madame de Rochechouart was nonfuited, and order'd to pay Cofts. The Count d'Holftun, only Son of the Duke de Tallard, is fhortly to be marriedjto Mademoifelle de Prie, Daughrer to the Marquis of that Name. We have received Advice from Turing that the King of Sardinia had publifhed an Edict, forbidding all his Subjects to make any future Donation of their Real Eftates, either; by Will or otherwife, to Religious Communities, . whether Secular or Regular, upon pain of being made null j and ordaining, that all the Effects which thofe Communities already enjoy, accruing from fuch donations, for a certain Number of Years pair, fhall be obliged to pay the fame Taxes as they did before that Change. Falmouth, Feb. 20. Since my laft put i� the Afliento, of and from London, for the South Sea, Gouldsborow, and failed again, this Day. Plymouth, June a 1. Since my laft came" in the Richard and Jane, >pf this Place, from Lisbon, Heans, with Salt, for Cork. Liverpool, June tt.. Arrived the E>ove^ Hayes, from South Carolina. ' Pool, June 22. Yefterday arrived the" Bennet and Martin,' from Newfoundland. Deal, June 23. Remain rhe Diamond,' the Royal Efcape, and the Charlotte Yatchs," King's Ships; all the reft failed through this Morning, with the Canterbury, �---, foe Bofton. Yefterday parted by the Goodwin Sands, thje. Fanny, jG^es^ from St.Ubies.Jb4 the iSJonh. Yefte^rday arrived the Jobn&n; Cawley, of and from Liverpool for Gotten-burgh.. WindN.'E. ' _ ' Grave/end, June � ijl Paffed by the-St' George^*, John Jolley, from the Currant Illands; theAugufl -Gxfar, John Hampton? fromMeffina, andvthe Apollo, James Ibbin; from t, Cfariftopjbers j the Briftol Hope; ......Edward ;