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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 1, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daiiy Courant �ill 1 fc Thurfday, O&ober i, 1730. Tejiitdny arriv'd the Mail due from France. iWo/�w, ^�^.'3i. N. S. THE fine Library of the unfortunate PrinceDoigorucki bas been brought hither; art his other EfFedshaving been fold by; Au&ion, and the Mo-r.ey paid into the Hands of the Czarina. As -for the Pnncefs Doigorucki, who bad the . Honour to be efpoufed to the hueCzarj ftie is regularly paid her Penfioo of 11,000 Rubles a Year ; but Ihe is not permuted to go out of the Monastery to wbich (lie is retired. ' On the a 1 ft Inftant, arrived here an Exprefs from M. Nieplief, her Czarian Majefty *s Refident at Conftantinople, with LSI parches that bccafion'd the holding of fe-vepal txtraordinary Councils j- and on the 25th, hew fnftru&ions were Tent to General Wiesbacb, who commands in the Ukraine, and to the Governor of Derbent. M. Wil-licky, Archbifliop jof Novogrod, in whom the Czarina, feemstlpput an entire Confidence, has been orderM to fend for all his Family Either. n ;  Lisbon, Augifl 31. N. S. On the 2�d Inftant, the Queen, . accompanied by the JfySnjce i'o'cL^^^.^Bra^^tp^hie Diyeji Bartholomew, whofe Feftivai the German TSlanori celebrated that Day ykith a great deal erf"Solemnity* , Qn the zSrb, fhe vifited the Church, of Our Lady of Neceflity, from whence her Majefty went to fee the Infante Don Carlos, who is relapfed at Sc. [uan dos Ben-vCazados. On the 17th, the King went to Prayers in the Charcb of the Hermits of Sr. Auftin, where he heard the Firft Vefpefs of the Feftival of that Saint, their Founder. Madrid, Sipt. 19.-N. S. On the ioth Inftant, the King, the Queen, the Prince and Princefs of the Auftria's) and the Infantes Don Carlos and Don Philip fee out from the Palace of Alcazar at Seville, and went on Board,his Majefty's Gallies,,ro go down the Guadalquivir to Pore St. 'Mary's, whither the Infante Don Lewis and the Infanta's Donna Maria-Terefa and Donna Maria-Ahtoinetta-Ferdinanda,were to go by Land. On the 17th, Don Benedict de Pannelles, the new Bifhop of Majorca, and Don Jofeph de Barhuero, the new Bifhop of Ofma, who have both been Generals of the Congregation of the Benedictines of Spain and England, were con. fecrated in the Church of the Mohaftery of Montferrat here, by the Inquifitor. General, affifted by the Brfhops of; Laren and Theos, having for Sponfor upon that Occafion the Duke de Medina-CceH, who invited the Grandees and the principal Nobility in Town to honour that Ceremony with their Pretence. The Marquis de Cafteilar, who was gone to Cadiz, is return'd to Court, roxeceive his Inftru&ions; and *z)s believed he will fet out this Week on his Embaffy to the Court of France* The Pope's Nuncio having been taken fick at Seville, is gone to San Lucar, by the Advice of his Pbyficians, for Change of Air. M. de Baftemente, Canon of Toledo, who was nominated; by the King to the Biftioprick of Cadiz, having defired his Majefty to excufe him from accepting of that Biftioprick, 'tis thought it will be given to the Bifhep of Ceuta. , Verfaitlcs, O8ok $. N; S. Oh the 3d Ijift. On the 2,7 th paft, the King nominated M Bachelier, one of his Chief Vatets-de-Cham, bre, Infpe&pr-General of the Government o Verfailles, with a Salary of 6oco Livres a Year, payable out of the faid Government ; after which his Majefty went to the Caftle of La Muette, and the Cardinal de Fleury to Iffy. - The King has given 16,006 Livfes io2 a"bout Three in the Afternoon, '/he King wards rebuilding the High Altar of the Ret went to lie in the Caftle of R^mbouillet, where his Majefty defigns tQ pafs^lpme Days. Paris, OBeb. 7. N4 S. Thei}M*r-5^9oo Livres^ and "The Abbot de Rotta, Auditor to ,thje Ui4X Men ^eat(^|ail^i^Vork upon bis Liveries Nuncio, continues here, to ^fce.^fegof^S and lEqulpige. ffe. Affairs of the Court of Rome, nlh ihe Val of the new Nuncio. ^ It is written from Romef that rbfc Cardti deBifTy, being perfectly recovered, fet du^F thence the 26th paft, on his Return hither. ' Signor Lanti arrived here on Monday Iaft.r M. du Guay-Trouin, Lieutenant-General of the Navy, who is indifpofed, bas receiv'd Orders to go to Toulon as foon as he is recovered. The King has given the Marquis de Cbe-nelaye Leave to fell his Regiment to the Count de Luce, Eldeft Son to the Prince de Tingry. On the 3d Inftant, M^ Le Moine, Lieutenant of tfi? Provoftfliip of the Houfhold,1 feized in the Stage-Coach of Verfailles, as he was coming to Paris, M. BouiIiard� Surgeon, charged with the Robbery and Murder of M. de Rais, Syirgeon, and his Son, the firft 38? Thty write from ^Thionville, that the Regiment of Foot. of Anjou, encamp'd under that Place, to fhew their Joy that they have the Duke of Anjou for their Colonel, gave a magnificent Fealt upon the j8rh paft, beginning with a Ball, at which all the Ladies in thai Town and Neighbourhood were prefent; as were alfo the General and other Officers of.the Troops in the Camp, and of the City of Metz. When Night came on, the whole Camp was illuminated : The Front form'd a Row of Porticoes, in the Middle of which was a Triumphal Arch, 50 Foot high, having over it the Arms of Anjou, and on the Sides tbofe of France. The Troops drew up in Order of Battle, and fired three Vollies of "their Firelocks, befides a great Number "of Chambers, Rockets, &c. Afterwards all the Company were entertain'd with a Supper ; and then the Ball again, which lafted Week in laft Lent, in the Park of Meudon. all Nigbr. He is committed to Prifdm The King has made M. de la Celle, Lieu- tenant-Colonel of the Regiment of Dragoons of Fieubet, his Lieutenant of Caftle Trom pette, in the room of M. de la Maziliere de ceafed. Falmoutb, Sep. z6. Since my laft failed the Ann of this Place, Bluer, for Mountsbay#T to load Fifh for the Streights. This Day failed the Ships mentioned formerly to have The Wall du Grand Montreuil, the Build- pat in by'cpntrary Winds j as alfo the Prince ing of which coft 700,660 Litres, is to be Frederick Packer, Lbvel, for Lisbon. Wind pull'd^wn. It formerly fervecVlfpr an Aqua- N. W. *, duel;-but being now of no Ufe, only hin} ' PlyinMh. Sept if. Since tny laft came i� jsipg the Profpefl, the Demolition of it is .'the .Ann of,this Pla�t Darby, from London; tefcwed oh, and the Materials are to be etn- tfie Mary of this Placej Gilyard, with Sale ploy'd in building the great Parifh-Church of from Rochelle; his Ma jefty's Ship the Otter; Parc-aux Cerfi at Verfailles. Cape. Williams. Sailed the Prineefs Royal, ;