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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 24, 1730, London, Middlesex rant. N?. 9090, Tuefday, November 14,. 273b. ' 'Dant^ickj, Nov. x$. N. S. THEY write from War (aw, that the Deputies of the Protectants, who went thither to make Representations ro the King concerning the Obftacles they meet with in the Free Exercife t)f their Religion, had had an Audience of bis Majefty, in the Prefence of the Vice^Chanr tellor of the Crown and feveral Senators, They acid that the King heard them very favourably ; and that .bis Majefty had the Goodnefs to recommend that Affair to the Se. mate, with Orders to enjoin all the Palatines and Starofts to put a Stopv to'the Vexations the Proteftaws complain of, and to conform themfelves herein to the Treaty of Oliva. *Tis believed the Minifters of the Prouftahc lowers at Warfaw contributed very much to � their obtaining fo favourable an Anfwer. Buke Ferdinand of Goorland-has fent a Perfon to Warfaw, to receive of the King, in his Name, the Inveftiture of that, Duchy; and. we hear th; Consummation of that Prince's Marriageis put off fill the laidInveftitureis granted. They write from Riga and Mittau, that the Officers of the Ruffian. Troops and . tjibfe of Meckfetnburg have recetv'd Orders : Drons Mofcow to. cfcnrinne'rbe hew Levies Cbp&ibagetifNbv. 14. N. S, Their Majefties are (Hi! at Pfedericksberg; but they are ex-j&c&d here this Day or Tomorrow. There has been publrfli'd here an Order of the King, which regulates the Ceremonies o{ Removing; and Interring the late King's Corpfe, ana names ^heF^ribns who1 are'to go in the Train. Iris faid, bis Majefty will go with-his whole Ccwrr at tW: HeM^ pany it witljn^ ajcertain Oifchce.. The King has .order'd all the* Bailiffe, and - other CivilN pffiTfierSp to'ndtifV to' tfie* Inhabitants within riijelr-*r^^4l;l^]J^(j^f^K\thi^- if any of them have Reafpn to. complain of the Admit niftratton :ofl juftlife; they may5 a^ply them-f^vtf dire#lj' tc^ the; King afcer3the-i3�:h of December next. His Mjjefty has made Cap* tafo Amiifth'bn; a-FrentB Geritfeeiiari, a Mar '- SittJfelsf.Nou. %r� H. SL ThexEquipage of the Marquis de.Fen^lon, Amfcaffadorol the French1 King, to theStates.X3.ener.al of the United* Provides, is arrived here1 frbm^Paris, t> -Btf eairieet by ^ater'tb tfaVHagkie. His Mib^leH^!H^^'^?�t^t in-order* tor r� t#tf> his fbrrrier;^ ,,,5|�fcJfe^i grefs of Soiffons is brok� up. On the i.Ath. bW*.ofi! mf-ItoW'mMxfo^toiietiW bit Stbtie Gate. The Bull of Jubilee for graming a Plenary Indulgence by the prefent Pope, upon Account of his Exaltation to the See of St. Peter, is arriv'djhefs from Rome j, but.the Time for g4miflgi Lifter, an'eminent Merchant of the. Town of Liverpool will be married to Mrs. Elizabeth Dodfon, Daughter to the late John Dodfon of Cookham in the County of Berks, �f�| deceafed, fome time High Sheriff of the faid County, a young Lady of extraordinary Merit, and a very considerable Fortune. Mr. Fairfa, Surveyor, at the Hand in Hand Fire Office, lies fo dangeroufly ill, that he is given over by his Phyficians;- he is a Gernlemanof an univerfal good Chara&er, and much refpeSed by all that were acquainted with him. DtaJ, Nov.&z. Laft Night arrived therPrinceft Maryy Capi, Wanen Belitha, .from Genoa, who on the 4th Inftant had a ftrong Gale of Wind, much Thunder and Lightning, which car/fed away his Main Top*Maft, much Jhfver'd the Main Maft, woundej, 1% Men, and ftiucfc the Captain dead, in Appearance, /bme time, (not yet perfeftiy recovered) whlcih r hjndjredj their makings Sail fome Days; the Lightning' killed their Dog. * DuhlinCaftle, Nov,!}. Thdr^xcellehcfesthe Lords-Juftl^es having been pleafed t,o ftgn a p'o- .per.Wauflnt^ containinfg! a. Grant from his Majefty to Thomas Upton, T^rn^Tjotter, and William Hare, Efqrs; to be Cemmiffiooers of Appall in this Kingdom,. Letters Patents are pautng the Seals accordingly* Laft Saturday the Rt. Hon. the Lord Chief Baron Marley was fworn a Member of his Maje: jefty*8 moft Honourable Privy Council of this Kingdom. The Report of Tim Croneen, the Perfbn who murdered Mr. St. Leger and hi� Ljdy; being ap- preh * ;