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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 14, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. K?. 9o8z: Saturday, November 14, 1730. Xefterday arrived the Mail due'fromTrance. VerfailleSy Nov. 16. N. SL ON^ the lothJnftant the King arrived here from the Caftle of Rambouil-lec On the 12th, the King heard jMafs in the-Chappel of the Cattle, during which the Bifliop of Tarbes took the Oath of Fideiity to his Majefty. The fame Day, the Count de Seefted, Ambaflador-Exrraordinary of the King of Denmark, had a Private Audience, of the rKmg, in a long Mourning-Cloak; when he nouty'd f her Houfhold, by the Ladies of her Court, tbe Cardinal de Fteury, her Great Almoner, and by her principal Officers, was received at the Church'door by the Father Superior of the Profefs'd Houfe, thofe of the Collfge of Lewis the Great, and thole of the Nov iciat. After tbe Father-Superior had compimented tbe Quten in a Speech equally eloquent and adapted Co her Majeftv's Piety the Queen yvas conducted into the Sanctuary, whete flie heard Mafs faid by one of her Chaplains, during which they fung a Hymn. Her rV ajelty having been conduced back to the Church Door with the lame Ceremonies that were obferved upon her arrival, ihe went to the Monaftery of the Nuns of the Ave Maria, from whence her Majefty v.ent thro' the Place Roy ale, and dired in the Palace of the Tbuillenes. j he Queen found at the Church of the Jefuites, a* that of the Ave Maria, and at the Palace of the Thuilleries, the French and S'wifs Guards drawn up inl/ne*,' and*urder Arms. About Four in the. Afternoon her Majefty fet out hence, on h& R^i.^ln to Verf.illes. Tbe ihSTpafJiaroent *as opened witb the uliial Ceremonies;, _ by a folemn Mafs pontifically celebrated ir> the Grea' Hall of the Palace, by the Archbkfhop of Bourges ; at which M. Portail,