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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 3, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. N*. 9071. Tuefciay, November 3, 1730. ^Conclufionof Journal of the Dyet of Grodno, partly inferred in three former Courants. N the 14th of O&ober, the Director paving inform'd the Chamber, that the Nuncio's he had deputed to fee for M. Marcinkiewicz, were return'd without finding him, he asked them, whether he fiiould adjourn the Seflion till Monday nest, or break up the Ajfembly. This occafion'd great Debates: Some were for breaking up at once; others faid, the Seflion ought to be adjourned once more, and in cafe M. Marcinkiewicz did not come by the limited Time, then the Aflembly ought to be diflblyed. M. OrJewski was for reading the Constitution whereby it is ena&ed, that the ufual Time for the Dyets ought not either to be lengthened or fhortened; but it was carried againft bim. At laft, the Director defired to be informed, whether it was by virtue of the Law, or in hopes of M. Marcin-kiewicz's Return, that the Nuncios were for tdjonming the Chamber; and they all declaring it w� wirhthe latter Viewr he adjournal theSeffidn till Monday. On the 16th, t\ip t>ireyei5 fie therefore defired to know what was the Opinion of the Chamber": Senrimenw"were now divided again: Some were for obferving the jConftuutton of 1633, yriiich liow^ the Time of the ordinary Dyets to 6 Weeks'; and that in Confounfty to the. (aid Conftirution^, and in Hopes of M.' tjftitdhi&wfcz'l Aefcuftjythe Sejjjlon ought to Jje,adjourned rpjoefTime li-mited, namely, i&ef 5th Day befora the Con-cluGonof the Dyer/ �after which 4he Ghajh-btt of NwidoV Connor deliberate tby tnem-felve, ljurmuft j^n^hatof tbeSebate. O-tfcerV were of Opinion, that fince the faid Nuncio bad protefted againft alhthat (hould be done in the Dyer, they otigmfihdt tdTpetid their Time tp, r^�4drpdfe,r bfitf ^dj^if&the Affembly. Afrtr|p!ng^ took his Leave of rhe Chamber, cttitahtining that a� his CaVe and Pains had tim 6f their his earneft Defire to do all of uteflfe afljr-5er-�te�4n his Powef.; iNb fooner:4Ml*ithy Di-r,e^or jnentipn?d lining %t^ve#'ibiK"a Majority ofjtim fettia'cio s intercu^ted him and' would nor canfent to- it $ bt^'-h;er/wbuld ^ H perfuided, ^d'D>t^e|^^am- & ~ .  ' v". '. Now, in regard the Senatus-Conjjliunt is, according to the Laws, to commence the 5th Day after the Dyer is ended, the King caufed the. Points upon which the: Senators "and Mmttfers^e'ftf etefiberare, i6j Be expedited the fame Day. Tbofe Points mention, 'among other Things, the Time 10 be limited for the Petty Dyets in the Provinces, in which the Nuncio's render an Account of the Succefsof the Dyet; and aifo the Means of providing for the Safety of the Kingdom both at home and abroad. The Senatus Con. fiUum will begin the 20th cf October, and will continue fome Days ; after which, his Majefty will return to Warfew. Mean while, they have held what they call Judgments of Relations, wherein only the Caufes of the Courlanders are concern'd, and which are always held in the King's Prefence. Here it may not he improper to infert the Sub-fiance of the Proteft Jo often mentioned of Paul-Francis Marcinkiewicz, Secular Judge and Nuncio o/Upita, which he delivered in to the Dyet of Grodno, and upon which the faid Dyet was diffolved. It is as follows, viz. cc 'T'HAT fome of his Fellow-Subjects -*- " of the Republick bad fanned no-" torious wicked Defigns againft the Laws " and Statutes of their Country, endeavouring to ' introduce Novelties and Irregultri-" ties, that they may compafs their private "Ends; to bring about a Dtfmembring of "Poland and Lithuania ; to alter the well-,c grounded Compa& of both Nations 5 to " tow Difcord and Jeajoufy ; and to obftruft ''the ordinary Courfe of the Publick Delibe-" rations : That whereas, according to the "ancient Laws and Cuftotns, the Dyet of " the Kingdom ought to commence with  * the Execution of;the Laws enacted by;the 4* preceding Dyet;; and every Nuncio is to "Shave ftee Iitif^y to enquire and expoftu-" Tate, wh�faer^. fep||eflftoh, of F^eer Totes $ ^jtlthejl^nl^utipns, wbidi were made for the Support'Mnd 'Maintenance of the Laws and Liberties of the Country, be cl put in Execution, fjc. Vienna, 03..13, N� S. Tbere is handed 'about here* * Pamplitfef to the French" Tohgue, wherein two Temperaments are propofed, as on the Part of the Allies of Seville, to prevail with the Emperor to come into a friendly Accommodation ; which Temperaments are to the following EflecV " 1. Tbey will engage, by an exprefs Article, not I* to opppfe the Scheme of the Succeflion, '4V it it " which the Emperor may make of his " Eftatesin Italy j but the faid Eftates (hall, " on the contrary, be guaranty*d. i. By " another Article, Provifion fhail be made, " that any Advantages, which bis Imperial " Majefty, with the Confent of the States " in Italy) (hall think fit to give to his eldeft " Daughter in Reverfion, (hall not be oppo-" fed, but fuffered to take place." "Tis written from Saxony, that the Troops of that Electorate are to be augmented with 16,oeo Men. Copenhagen, OS. 3 r. N. S. The Court is expected here To-morrow from Fredericks* burg, and wtil refide this Winter in the Palace upon the Kallebude. The Sea-. Officers not long fince laid afide, and particularly the Captains Zuhen, Hop, and Lemwig, baye been all reftored by his Majefty, and all the old Dotnefticks that cannot be-continued in the Service, have Afiuran-ces given them, that they (hail be taken care of the firft Opportunity. The Counsellor of State and General Commiflary at War, M� Loheudahl, is difmifs'd from all bis Employs, and fucceeded by the Counfellor Gablar. Southampton, OSoler jtl Since my laft came in the Elizabeth, pf.this Place, Martin*' with Wine and Fruir, from Malaga, for London. Sailed the Jofepb and Benjamts,. from Bourdeaux; the Dormer, with Prunes aud Sugar, for London; the Free Gift,, of Portf-; mouth, Gregory, from Malaga, with Wine,' from Goernfey; ?� r- ~. v. - c. .7 Veal, Nov. 1'. The Lively Man of ,Wai and Outward bound remain witi the fear-land, put' back laff ^ig^c fome 9$�?rs,' but the Wind blowing tujd we czatiqf learn rhcjr .Names.; -This' Day arrived the Cortinna,1 Arnold, from Antigua ; the Woodford, Mar* tin, from St. Euitaica, for Atnfterdam. Wind S. W. Grtvtfendy^Arrived the Erpedi* tion> Talcor, from Meflina; thd Katberine, :Suttdh, from Cadfifj the Katherine-Clutter-buck, from Calais, and the Prefton, Haliam. from Malaga. L O N B ON. ^ : Yeftexday the Sefliohs of the Peace Was tieldhy Adjournment at Goildhalf, before the.JR.fght Hon* Humphry Patfont, Efq; tprd-Mayor of thiiCity, when Thomas Thompfon and La^fnla Whitney were tried for a Confpiracy, in caufipa one'WiU liam Gibfon, to pcrfb'nate Samuel fifooks, and to marry the laid Lavinia in hisNamef After a Trial that Iafted about 5 Hours, the Jury with-dieWV and brought in rheir Verdict/ rbat5 they 1 werelwth Guilty of the Indifimenr', wrrereupon they received Sentence to ftand in the Pillory in Chetpfide, to pay a; Pine of 10 Marks each, and to fuffer 6 Months ImpnTonment in Newgate, and to conrinue in Prifon till the Fine is paid; and alfo to find Securities afterwards for their good Behaviour for one Year. At the faid SefSons, John Salter, Efij; Alderman of Cornhill Ward, took the Oathi in the Court. The ;