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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - March 21, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Cou-rant. Saturday 5 March it, 1719-36. TH E firft two Tomes of the Hiftory condemn'd by the following Bull being tranflated into Englifio irt one Volume in Folio, and the 0-ther Two being now in the Prefs, we presume, thac the publishing of the faid Bull may be acceptable to many of out Readers j and at the fame Time will /hew what abfo-late Authority the Popes and the Inquifition aflume, both over the People and the Prels. This Hiftory was condemn'd becaufe the learn'd Author therein (out of Love to Truth; hasexpos'd the Incroachments of the Popes, as well in Temporal as Spiritual Matters ; their intolerable Arro<,� ice, with re-fpe<5t to Princes, ,and the Licentioufnefs of the Clergy, (jc. The Copy of the Bull is owing 10 the learned . Gentleman whofe Name is prehVd to it, and who took it from the Weft Door of the Conventual Church of St. 3obn the Baptijl in the lfland of Malta, where it had been affixed -y and a Reward was immediately offer'd for difcovering the Perfon that had taken it'down. Ex, Aucograpbo penes Ricardum Rawlinfon, L. L. D. et R. S. S. , DECR^ETVM. Fcria V. Die prima Julii 1713. IN Cortgregatione generali S. Romans et Univerlalis Inquifitionis habira in Palario Apoftolico coram Sandlififimo Domino No-ftro 'Innocemto Divina ProviJentia Papa XlU. ac Eminerjtilfnnis et Reverendiiiimis D.D. S. K.E. Cardinalibus in tota Republica Cbriftiana contra Hxreiicam pravitatem gc-neralibus I-iquifhoribus, a lan&a fede Apo-ftolica fpeciaiitur depucatis. Sanctiifimus Dominus nofter. Innocentius PapaXllI. hab'ites prius plurtum infignium % in Sacra Theologia Magiftrorum et Profeflfo-rum, necnon memorats Congregations S. Romans et Univerfalis Inquifitionis Qualifi-catorum confulrationibus, ac auditis votis didtorum Eminentiffimorum et Reverendiifi-morum D. D. S. R. E Cardinalium in tota Cbrilliana Republica Generalium Inquifito-ram libros typis ediros et in quatuor Tomos divifos, quibus tituhis eft Del* Iftvria Citi/e del f{egno di Napoli libri XL. Scritti da Pietro Giannone Giuiijconfulto ed Advocate Neapble-tar.o cenfuit, prout prjefenti Decreto aucori-tate Apoltoiica omnino prohibet, et damnum, uti continuentes dodtrinas et propofitiones quamplurimas falfas, temerarias, fcandalo-fas, fediriofas, per fummam ca'umniam inju-Tljofas omnibus Ecclefis Ordinibus, ec coti Ecclefiaftics Hierarchis, prsfertim fancta icdi Apoftolics, erroneas, fchifmaticas, atque impias, ec hsrefim ut minimum fapientes. Hos icaque libros fic prohibitos, et dam-natos fanctitas fua verat, ne quis, cujufcun-que fit ftatus, 8c condiiionis, ullo modo, et Tub quocumque prstextu iterum imprimere, vel imprimi facere, neque jjm quocumque loco, et quocumque idiomate impreflbs apud ie.retinere, auc legere audcat,' fed eos Ordi-rariis locotum, auc hsretics pravitatis In. quifitoribus ftatim et cum effectu tradere, et confignare teneatur, fub psnis in Indice li-brorum prohibitorum conrentis, aliifque psuis arbitrio fancStitatis fus infiigendis. Antonius Laucionus S. Romans et Univerfalis Inquifitionis Norarius, Locus Sigilli -f-. Die Sexta Joiii 1725. Supradidrum De-jcretum affixum et publicatum fuit ad Valvas BafilicsPrincipis Apoftolorum, Palatii Sancti OfHcii in acie Campi Flora?, ac aliis locis iblitis et confnetis urbis per mc Petrum Row molatium Sandriffims Inquifitionis Curforem. Roms Typis Reverends Camers Apofti-licae MDCCXIII, Publieetur, A. Rufus Inquificor Generalis et Delegatus Apoftolicus, L S A Ruk Joachim Trifte Cancellarius.. Vera Copia ita teftamttr^ 29 Augulti 1719 5 J. Locker, Samue; Drake, Ricardus Rawlinfori, From an Original Copy in tht Hands a/ Richard Rawlinfon, L. L. D. �^ S. S. A DECREE. a F h .ory. or iu kcc^i ur rcau u now printed in any Place or Language ; but let it immediately," without fail, be delivered into the Hands of the Ordinaries of the Places, or of the Inquifitors of heretical Corruption, under the Pains contained in the Index of prohibt. ted Books, or other Punifhmenr, as his Ho linefs (hall rhink fir to infli(5h Amonius Lauiianus, Norary of the Holy Ionian and' Univerfal Inquifition. L.S. July the 6th, t72^. The above written Decree was publifh'd, and affix'd to the Doors of th,e Cathedral Church of the Prince of the Apoftles, the Palace of the Holy Office on the Field of Flora, and to other ufual Places of rhe City, by me Petrui ^omolatiuit Porter of the moft Holy Inquifition. Hornet printed in the Apoftolical Chamber* 1723. Let it be publifh'd A. Hufut, Inquifiror-General, and Apoftolical Delegate. ^'ifi joathim Trijle, Chancttllof. April the 19th, 17!$. We atteft this to be a true Copy^ J. Locker, Samuel D*aket ' Richard Ifawlinfon, Milan, March 4. N. S. OX7R Cardinal Archbifhop and Cardinal Culani are preparing to go to the Conclave at Rome^ tor the Election of a hew Pope. On Sunday Morning, when People were at M-ifs in a Village fiiuacc upofi the Mountain of Briai,za, they felt three Shocks of an Earthquake, which fo fotyrized them, that Pneltand People made; th,e beft of their Way into the Plain. The; I'j)penal Troops being fliortly expend from. Germany, our Governor has given Publick Notice, that al! the .Inhabitants, as well of this City as of the Dutchy, (lull in 8 Days 'rime give in an Accciint of the Quantiry of Oats they have by them, upon pain of COn-filcation, and Payirent of the full Value of what they lhail conceal. It is reported here^ that the Great Duke of Tuleany propofed eo receive 3000 Spaniards and 3060 other Troops into Italy j but that the Emperor . would not agree to it. Bologna, March j. N. S. On Thurfday lair, our Cardinal Legate let our for Rome and was foi!ow\i on Saturday by our Cardinal Archhilhop, who will go by fliorcjouf-nies in a Litter, he being 77 Years old* Cardinal K'irlu. Legate of Ferrara, is hourly;, expected nere, on his way to the Conclave" alio. On Sunday Morning the Imperial Ge* neral Count Lufahi went Pott thro' chis ?lace for Naples ! Earthquakes have been elt in fevered Parts of Lombardy withiri hele few Days ; but we do not hear of any damage they have done. Venice, Ma-cb ti. N. S. Laft Week Slg-nor Aloifio Mocenigo let out for the Court of France, in the Quaity of AmbalTidof in! Ordinary from this Republick. The Marquis de Mpnteleone, AmbalTaddr of Spain,-is let out hence lor Rome. Vienna, Match 1 1 K. S. The Count Colaido, who is going to Rome in the Quality of A