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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - November 30, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. N?. 9094; Monday, No.yember 30, 1730/ Tejlerdaj arrived the Two,Mailt due from Holland. Seville, Nov. 10. N. S. H E .Congrefs of Soiffons being broke up, ibis Court fent an �z-prefs for Paris, on Saturday laft, to recall the Marquis de Santa Cruz and M. Barrenachea, his Catholick Majefty's Ambaffaddrs and Plenipotentiaries, their longer Stay in France being altogether needlefs. We hourly expect a Courier from the Mar- ?uis de Cattellar, with the Categorical An-wer be was order'd to demand of the Allies of Seville, concerning the Performance of their Engagements for the Introduction of the 60:0 : Spaniards into Italy. Fifty Chairmen and i ' Chairs are fent for from Madrid, which makes us believe the Court will fhortly remove from -. this'iCuy-. They write from Cadiz, that the Sicknefs there continues to abate; fo that 'tis hoped they will foon be entirely free from it. . *Tis remarkable,, that tbisDiftemper happen'd aim oft altogether among the Men, few Wo men having been affected by it.. The Court has received Letters from .Cqjpmadore Don Emanuel Lopes Pintado, dated at Cartagena the 1ich of Aufeuft laft, with Advice that be arrived there that Day with the Men of War and Merchant-Ships which compoXe,4he_Gal-. ' Jeons,pand which fail'd from Cadiz the 26th of|uneJau;, having had a very good Voyage.' Venicei Nov. iS. N. S. We have received fetters from Constantinople, of. the nth paft/ which advife, that the-rt6w Sultan was inaugurated upon the 61b of thafMonth with the ufual Ceremonies. That prince mounted bis Horfe betimes in the Morning, and went . from the Seraglio to the Great Mofque, where the Mufti prefented to ;him the Sabre, and girded it about him.. -The Grand Seignior /afterwards returned to the Seraglio amidft a .very'great Crowd of People and Soldiers, who made a Lane for. him, and admired the hahdfome Make and the Majefty( of that - Prince, who appears to have a great deal of Fire,, and to be of a robuft Complexion, fit ' ^u'nctergd the Fatigues of War, very expert oaT alfcmannerof Exercifes, and. greatly liberal. The fame Letters add, that the Male-consents, after they had depofed the Grand Seighiori and advanced the prefent Sultan to -the Throne, marcb'd to the Old Seraglio, took out the new Sultan's Mother, arid proclaimed- her Sultana Mother: That during the *V Tumult, they open'd all the Prifons, ahd fet the Prifoners at Liberty ; that afterwards they vye'nt to the Arfenaiy and rook off tb� Chains off the Galley-Slaves of five Galfeys: that were there; and that the Officer who; put hitfifelfat'the Head of the Malecontent Jani-^ za'ries, had been declared A'ga of/-th