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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 26, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Goitfanfc Monday, O&ober 16, 1730. Vejlsrday arrived the Mails, due from France and Holland. Port St. Marys, OS. 5. K^'S. "~t H E Spanifh Fleet, confifting of r 8 Men of War, returo'd inro our Bay this Morning from Cadiz. The Court is preparing to go to Cadiz, to fee a Man of War launch'd, and anorher built in 24 Hours rime, all the Pieces being ready, and mark'd for tbar purpofe. "Tis not yet known when the Effects of the Flotilla will be deliver'd ; but we hope to hear whilft the Court is at Cadiz. M. Van-der Meer, Ambaffador of Holland, is arriv'd here from Seville. On the id In ft ant, Mr, Keene, Minifter of Great-Britain, delivered a Letter from the King his Matter to his Ca-iholick Majefty, notifying to him the Death of the Dutchefs-Dowager of. Brunfwick. Comraadore Schryver failed hence the 26th paft for Holland, having fold moft of his .Slaves to the King, to ierve on.board his Majefty's Gallies. Vienna, 08. 18. N. S. -The Etfiperor's Minifters are considering of Ways and Means for augmenting the. Imperial Forces with 30,000 Men. in cafe an Accommodation ihou'd not be made with the Allies of" Seville this Winter. There are feveral Proje&s upoii the Carper, for raifitfg the heedful Supplies of Money. The Baron de Wachtendonk, Lieutenant Colonel of the Regiment of Gmdo Staremberg, arrived here fome Days ago from Italy, with Difpatches for the Council of War, concerning the Repartition of the Winter Quarters for the Troops in chat Country; and. 'tis faid the Plan he brought, has been approved j and that according to the faid Repartition, Part of the Troops are to take their Quarters in the Territories of the Princes who are Feudatories of the Empire. The Count de Kufftein is fhortly expected here, 10 give the.Emperor an Account of the Succefs of bis Negotiations at the Courts of the Ele&ors and Princes of the Empire. The Count de Kinski is likevVife expected here in a little while from Paris, to receive new Inftru&ions, and then to go back again thither. This Court has difpatched ah Ex-prefs to Berlin. We are told there are Letters from Conflanttnople, which advife, that the Plague continued to make a great Havock there, and that they no longer iuffered any Perfon to go into the Seraglio, where even their Provifions were handedin at the-Windows in Baskets. They add,- that the Plague having communicated itfelf to the Suburb of Pera, the Foreign Minifters were retired into the Country; but as the Court has. heard nothing of all this from the Imperial Minifter, we fhall fufpend our Belief of it till 1c comes confirmed.  Copenhagen, QBober 41. N. S. The Danifll Court is ftill at Fredericktberg, where bis Majefty fees no Body at prefent but his Council and fome Officers ; and it is believed the Court will continue there in Retirement till the Mousing is regulated. The Beginning of bis Majefty's Reign, with the Choice he has made of Men to ferve him, is univerfally applauded; and the People feem to have a very fair Profped; of living under a juft and wife Adminiftration, happily tempered by the Angular Moderation and Goodnefs of their Prince. Copenhagen, OS. 24. N. S. The King is ftill at Fredericksburg. His Majefty has conferred the Order of the Elephant npon M. Grain, Privy-Counfellbr, and that of Danne-broek upon the Marfhal de Bulau, Baron Hoick, and Major General Gaferen. M. Grain is likewife made Great Huntfman. M. Langdorn has obtained the Office of Governor of Rolen burg, in the room of M. Gron-waldj who is difmifs'd the Service. His Majefty has made .feveral other Alterations j and we are affured they will be followed with many more, Hamburgh, OB. 27. N. S. The Syndick Cieffse and Cdunfellor Laftrop are nominated to go to Copenhagen in Quality of Deputies of this City, to compliment the new King npon his Acceffion to the Throne, and to make fome Propofals for'opening the Commerce again between this City and the Kingdom of Denmark: They write from Butzau, in the Dutchy of Mecklemburg, that the Burghers of that Town have been difarm'd by Order ot the Snbdelegated Commifiion at Roftock. Yefterday Major-Geherai Levenohr arrived herefrom Berlin ; and this Morning he let out for Copenhagen. Hague, OBober ij. N. S. Sir Luke Scbaub arrived here the 25th, and fet out Yefterday Morning on his Journey to the Court of Po-, land. M. Meineirzbagen, Nephew of M.' Meinertzh'agen, late Envoy from the King of PrufJIa, has prefented his Credentials to the States,. as his Pruflian Majefty's Refidenr, and is to ad; jointly with M. Marfh; he has alfo notified to all the publick Minifters his Gommiffion. ... ~ Amfterdam, OB. 30. N. S Commadore Schryver arrived in the Texel from Cadiz 3; Days ago, having fpoke with the Slot van fVoerden,in homeward-bound Eaft-India Ship belonging to Rotterdam, in the Chops of the Channel. , She fail'dfrom the Cape of,Good Hope in Junelaft, in Company with 6 more Dutch � art-India Ships, which aVe daily expected in.  ., They write from'Lisbon, that the Brazil Fleet, confifting of two Men of War pnd nine Merchant Ships arrived there the i otti Inftant; and tbit their Loading confifteij chiefly in fix Millions of CrufadWin Gold/ jb,ooo Hides, 2oooGheftsof Sugar, and %, Parcel of Diamonds out of the Mines lately difcovered. . Paris, Novl. 1S. Letters' from Rome, of the J orb paft^advife, that on (he 9th, Prince Lanccflo.iii's Son ^a.s^arty^.j^eje' to the Duke de Xantfr Daughtfjr. Cardinal Cienfuegos, the ?mperprV W[fnifter, gave them the1 NttWial %n tneau was marry'd to Mad. de Beau* Coufin. We hear the Bull for the Jubilee is arriv'd ; but that it will not be open'd till the latter End of Lent. < . rt The young Princefs of Baden, who came hither to have a* Wen taken off her Cheek, being perfectly recovered, {he fet out hence the 25 th in the Morning, oh her Return .to Germany. ^The Dutchefs of Orleans has prefented that Princefs with feveral Jewels ; and {he has ordered M. Petit the Surgeon that Iook'd after her, 5000 Livres, atd a handfome Prefent of Gilt Plate. She has likewife given to the Sacrifty of the Convent of Little Cordelier Nuns, where fhe lodged! during her Abode in this City, a Silver Ewer, and Bafon, and made Prefents to all the Nuns of the Houfe; , , . The Abbot du Guefelin, Brother to the. Duke of Orleans's Chamberlain, is made one, of the King's Chaplains, in the room of tMj late Abbot de Vieuvirje. � TheDotcbefs dePopoli, Daughter to the Dutchefs de Bouflcrs,. is to come hither,', to fettle jfome Affairs of the Fam^y.- On ;he 24th, the Duke of Ljria's phs ar? rived here from Madrid, to perform their Studies and Exercife^. . t \M. Jetouil, Canon or Sr. Dennis du Par^ and Mafter of ^he Mufick atNoirreDame,-died the 27th paft, aged 52 Yea^rs. ^ The Princefs deBer^ne is datfgeroufly re^ lapfed. tetters Jfjrpai1 JPdrt St.' Mary's j of the lorfi of lift Monthj advife that the nttt^bif^e, wboIe.Court was jto return to Seville, there/, tofpend^the Winteil ;