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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - January 5, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. No. 8810J Monday, January 5*, 1719-30. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Holland. Mo/cow, Decemb. 8. N. S. YEfterday the Ceremony of the Czar's Efpoufals with the Princefs Dolgo-rucki was performed under a rich Canopy, fupported by fix Major-Generals. The Archbifhop of Novogrod made the Exchange of the Rings. The Princefs Elizabeth, the Dutchefs of Meck-lemburg, the Princefs her Daughter, the Princefs Prokowia, and all the other Ladies, except bis Czaiiin, Majefty's Grandmother, were ptrfentin their Robes, and air the Lords were magnificently; dreffed. When the Ceremony was over, a Firework was play'd off, which lafted but half an Hour, becaufe the efpoufed Princefs had received fome Hurt in her Foot. Mofcow, Decemb- i z. N. S. 'Tis faid the Duke of Liria, Ambaffador of his Catholick Majefty, will (hortly fee out on his Return home. Prince Ifmaelowitz, Governor of Tobolskoy in Siberia, has written to Court, that Prince Menzikbf is grown exceeding Melancholy, and is fallen into a lirigring Diftemper, that wears him away infentibly ; that he makes himfelf worfe by refufing to take the Nourishment and Remedies prefcri-bed to�him by the Phyiicians; that' he will be fometimes whole Days without eating and drinking any thing but a Sup of Water, or fpeaking a Word ; but yet, they thought him a little better, fince he had been per-fuaded to lofe fome Blood. We hear the' Czar is determined to confummate his Marriage upon the 5 th of February next. . Vienna, Decemb. 28. N. S. This Morning Prince Emanuel of Savoy died here of the Small-Pox j whereby a Regiment of Cuiraf- , fiers is become vacant. *Tis rumoured that the Emperor has refolved to make a Prefenc ro Prince Alexander of Wirtemberg, of the Country of Semendria, near Belgrade, which was formerly a Principality. Hardly a Day pafles, but Expreffes arrive here ftom Spain, Paris, Bruffels, and other Places, with Dif-patches relating to the prefent- Pofture of Affairs, which occafion frequent Conferences between the Minifters of the Court, even in the Holidays . And the Emperor has already fent an Exprefs to the Allies of Hanover, with his Refolution concerning the Invitation that has been made bim to accede to the Treaty of Seville. It is faid, his Imperial Majefty declares therein, that he will keep inviolably totheTreaty of theQuadruple Alliance ; and that the Greac Duke of Tulcany having offered the Fmperor fome Millions of Florins upon fome Conditions not entirely compatible with the faid Treaty, his Imperial Majefty anfwered him, that he could not accept them. Though there is much Talk of an approaching War in Italy ; and that ten Regiments are ordered to march thither ; yet we do not defpair of preventing the fame, by terminating the Difficulties that feem to threaten the General Tranquillity of Europe. They write from Belgrade, that they had received Advice from Nizza, that the General Count de Bonneval, who had been there fome Time, was gone they -knew not whither ; and that the 8000 Turks, who had been at work upon the Fortifications of that Place and Widdin, having finifhed the fame, were returned into their old Quarters. Bafil, January 1. N. S. Couriers are frequently pafiing between the Courts of Vien-na and Turin; and we are affured, that feve-ral Italian Princes are endeavouring to find Means to prevent Don Carlos's being brought into Italy with Spanifh Troops. ' 'Tis faid the King of Sardinia is in Treaty for 4000 Swifs Troops for two Years. Berlin, January 3. N. S. We fee here the following Lift of Perfons married, born, and buried laft Year, vi%. In Berlin, 31 o Couples married j 488 Males, and 505. Females, born in Wedlock; Baftards, Males 72, Females 55 j and buried Males 706, Females 590. In the Suburbs of Berlin, married 75 Couples; born Males 205, Females 181 ; Baftards, 30 Males, and 25 Females; and buried, Males 170, Females 133. At Colin, there were 76 Couples married; 170 Males, and 141 Females, born in Wedlock, befide 7 Male and 5 Female Baftards; buried, Males 163, and Females 116. In the Suburbs of Colin, 54 Couples were married ; 81 Males, and 115 Females, born; Baftards, 16 Males, and 18 Females; and buried Males 104, Females 93. Frankfort. Jan. 4. N. S. The Imner'al witn. imperial raupuns 10 w,7 u^ iume tnou-fands. of Horfes in the Dutchy of Holftein, for the Train of Artillery and other Ufes. They wllte from Mofcow, that tbey begin to talk of a Marriage between Prince Narif-kin, who is related t5*~t*he Czar; and the Princefs Elizabeth; his Czarian Majefty's, Aunt. The Refidence of the Coutt is now certainly fix'd at lhar Capital, atleaft during the Reign of the prefent Czar- For what regards the Congrefs of. Brunfwick, we can write nothing with Pleaiurc or Certainty, fince they talk as if the Pruflian Soldiers fent thither by the Regency of Hanover, in order to be exchanged, will be fent for back to Hanover, Gifhorn, or Zell. Amflerdam, Jan. 6 N. S. They write from Petersburg, that there went a Report, as if the whole Ruffian Chancery was to be removed to Mofcow. The Conferences at Brunfwick are fufpended ; but will be renewed again foon after Twelfih-Day, . Amfierdam, Jan. 9. N. S. The Number of Burials in this City for the Year 1718, was 11,164; and for 1729, 9618; fo that there was a Decreafe of 1546 Jaft Year. On the 5th Inftant died in the Waelehoek here; Elsje Pierers, Widow of Reynier Bemelman, aged a Hundred and Eleven Years. Hague, Jan. 10. N. S. By the Ridderf-kirk, which fet fail from Batavia the 19th of July, and arrived in the Texel the 4th Inftant, we received Advice of the Death of Mattbacus de Haen, Governor Genera! of Dutch India, which happened the ift of June laft ; and that he was buried there the 4th of the fame Month in the following Manner. 1. The Horfe for the Burgher.Cavalry, led by two Perfons. %. The Burgher-Cavalry. ' 3. The Company of Burghers of the Eaft-fide. ^4. The Company of Burghers of the Weft-fide. 5. The Horfe of the Caftle. 6. The Company of the New Port. 7. The Company of the Caftle. 8. Two Trumpeters walking abreaft in. Mourning. 9. Jacob-William Vander Bruggen, with, the Standard. , 10. Two Horfes, one covet'd with Black Cloch, the other with Black Velvet, each led by two Grooms. 11.* The chief Merchant F. J. Coyet, with the Deceafeds Coat of Arms. 12. The Conftahle-Major Elias Wargaren, with the Helmet upon a Black Velvet Cufhion. 13. Capt. Le Grand, with the naked Sword, Point upwards. 14 The chief Merchant Thedens, with the Court-Armour. 15. Merchant Jan de Hartog, with the Gauntlets. 16. Merchant Jaftus Van Breda, with the Spurs. 17. The Builder A. Willem Van Sorgen, with the Sword in the Scabbard, Point downwards. 18. The DefuncVs Coachman, bare* headed. 19. The late Governor's Saddle-Horfe," cover'd with Crown Ras, led by Merchant Jan Haek, and Lieur. Jan Hellerman. 20. The Deceafeds Steward, in a long trailing Cloak. . ai. Three of his Domefticks walking fingly, in long Cloaks, and bareheaded. 12. Four of his Halberdiers, Two and Two, with Scarves and Hatbands, holding the Heads of their Halberds behind them. 23. Enfign Herman Stuived, arm'd Cap* a-pee, with the Regimental Staff in hisRjghc Hand. ...... . - 24. Twelve Speaker's; 25. The Governor's Corpfe, with eight Shields, carry'd by 24 of the Company's Servants. ... 26. Forty Ship-Carpeniers. 27. Eight Pall Bearers. . 28. Two of the Governor's Halberdiers' following the Corpfe. 29. M. Stephanus Verfluys, Counfellor Extraordinary of Dutch India, and Governor-Eledk of Ceylon. 3 o. M. Jean Francois de Witte van Seboo^ ten, Counfellor Extraordinary of Dutch India; and Prefident of the Heenarades of the Bata-vian Ommelands. . 31. Two Halberdiers firft, and fo Two and Two. 32. M. Diderick Durven, now governor General of Dutch Indian and M. Anthony Huyfman, Firft Counfellor and Director-General of Dutch India; together with all the Counfellors both Ordinary and Extraordinary. 33. The Ambaffadprs of Pacobdana,,Emperor of Java, conducted by a Merchant and! a Burgher. The Courts of Jaftice, Magiftrates, Members of the refpedive Colleges, with their Secretaries and Affiftants, and fome hundreds of Perfons befides, clofed the Proj ceffion. Deal, Dec. 3. Remains his Majefty's Ship Rye Galley ; the Mary, Holden, and the. Fitzhugb, both for Eaft-India ; the Leghorn Galley, Brooks, for Lisbon ; the John, Bur.*? fley, the Martha, Weedon, the Mary, Chap- ^ man, all 3 three for Guinea j the Eiizabetfoy^ Coulter, for Antigua ; the Harrifon, Hani.; fon, the Hambal, Turner, the Boftock, Bq-' ftock, the Morris, Myers, the Mercury?/ Cambel, the Profpedfc, Bowes, the Amity, Hopkins^ -
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