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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - January 10, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant No. 881 s. 0 Saturday, January 10, 17x9-30. 1V1UJ o Tejierday arrived the Ma(l due from Holland, which brought the following Particulars of the Efpoufals between the C^ar of Moicovy and the Princefs Kacherine Alexiewna Doigc-rucki. MoJcojv, December 20. N. S. N the 10th Inftanr, being the " Vigil of Sr. Andrew's Fe-" fttvai, O. S. the Czarwa-" Dowager, his Czarian Maje-" fty's Grand-mother, was invited by M. de " Chapelow, Marlhal of the Court; and the " Ptincefs Elizabeth, the Dutchefs r>f Meck-" Iemburg,tbe Princefs Profco via, ird the Prin-" eels of MeckJemburg, by a Gentleman of the Bed Chamber. The fame Day, the Princeffes *' of the Family of Do'gorucki, and the other " near Relations of the 8. trothed Prir�ceis,ooth " by the Father's and Mother's fide, were in-*' vitedby that Princefs s'M�fterof the Horfe, " to meet at her Palace, in order to arrend " her to Court. On the 1 ith Inftant, being " the Day of the Feftiva!, appointed for the " Celebration of the Czar's Efpoufals, the " Czarina-Dowager, the Prinrefles of the " Blood ard other Perfonso! Ddtin&ion, of " both Sexes, who hid a.'f) been invited wuh " the ufual Ceremonies, repair'd to his " Czzrian Majefty's Palace about Two o *e Clock in the Afternoon : The Ladies were conduced into the Apartments on the R: gat " Hand of the Great Hall; zuu ihe Lords "into th: Czar's Anticb-imbers. The-Great " Hall, in which this Ceremony vv\�s to be *' performed, was magnificently adurn'd In thi Middle f ic was fpre*d a large u Carpet of Perfian S.Ik. Ovcr.agairft ibis * Carper, at the Upper E J of the Hall, was ** a Table cover'd with Clo.b of Gold ; up-" on which was placed a Gold Bafon, and " in it were the Holy Crofs, and two Gold ** Plates, defigned for the B'erfi.ig of the '* Rings. Againft this Table, upon the Car-** pet, was a Canopy of Cioth of Silver, em-*' -broider'd with Gold, fupporrcd by Six *' Major Generals. On the Right ot this " Canopy, upon another Silk Carpet, was " fee an Eafy Chair for the Czar; and on " tbe Left, upon a Carpet a!fo, and in the *' very fame Line, were t/o Oafy Chairs " made of Green VeJver with Gold Lace " for the Czarina-Dowager and the Be-** tro:hed Prir.cefs: On the fide of thefeEafy " Chairs, a lict'e n.ore backward, were 4 4( other Chairs, for the 4 Princeffes of the ** Blood ; and, befide them, fevcral more 44 Chairs for the Betrothed Princefs's Mo-" ther and Sifter, and the orher Princeffes " of the Family of Dolgorucki. 44 The Company being met at Court, " Prince Dolrorucki, Lord Chamberlain ol " the Czar's Houfliold, and Brothcrto th: Be-" trothed Princefs, being app-nnted hisCzari-" an Majefty's Principal C ,mmtfiioner, upon " thisOccafion, wc .t with a numerous Train' "�of the Czar's Coa-h'es and Dome-ticks, *' tarhc Pahce of Golowiefch where ihe R:-44 trothed ''rincefs was. with all the Pnnc
d. and the Princetfcs of the "' !>o'ci ruri' i Famiiv, c'T.duded the Efpou'-.'d " SVniCeis into hi-r Apartment, to f-.-e ihe Firew ;rks rky'd oil*, which had been " ['sei-ared for the Occaiion, and iuc- " ceeded perfectly well in the Execution.' ** V/c had likewife fine Illuminations. All " tf^' Iljuftnous Company being ftturr.td in-" to the Hail, there was a Play and a Ball, " ivhich iafted but a fhortttme; alter which 44 the Lfpoufed Ptinceis. retum'd 10 her Pa-" lace in a Coach drawn by 8 Hories, with "6 Poftillions, 6 Pages,. 8 H.ydokes, 8 *4 Gentlemen of the Horle Guards, as.u the ('* fame Train that brought her to Court ; 44 but with this Difference, that fha fat in the 44 Coach alrne, and the Drums bcai -when *4 ihe went away. Seville, December 21. N. S. Seven new IVien ul War are daily expeChd ac adiz iruTV. Sr. Andero � artd Dc.n JoUph Patino, who makes it his whole Budocis to brir.a our Navy upon a good F- or, vaiI: go itothcr to fee them, as foon a :y F.-uher, i;0'" m be too hafty in lend.ng the i/.fir:ie L>on Carlos to Italy with an armed Force, bv ratlier to wait, if ic fliould be a iitde toe Jnd endcavc ur to fettle hi n there by fair M ansj in ordt r to which, his h'oli els proiu^es to try wh�i; he can do v. ith the Princes thac feem averfc to his coming there. Vimnia, Jan 4 N S. Some Days ago,' the Imperial Cabinet-Courier T� r.-efa i '-as di parched to the Court of Muic: vy : And tb.s Day or To-morrow another will be fent to Count Coninfcfek at the Court of Spain. It is reported that the Duke d? R:p~>erd* has f.mrd m- an* to reconcile himlelf and Family to their Ca'hoick Majefties; and tnar he will Ipeedily rtf.crn to Madrid. How true this i>, we car, not (ay; but *ti� c, rtain the EmpTori? no: well p.ealed ^ ith � the Di-frarcnes he has btelv received from Mid-o-w, yet lels. wi.h thole from Italy, ard ieaft of all with the Advices from France and Spain. Should a Rupture break out in Italy, 'tis thought Count Guido Staremberg would command the Army on that Side, notwithstanding his great Age j Prince rugene feem-ing dclirous to die in Peace, and never more to draw his Sword, at leaft in apy Quarrel between Chriftian and Chriftian. The Emperor has given the Regiment of C�^^f^lerst,' vacant by the Dearh of Prince Fmannel of Savoy, to the young Prince his Sop, who is at prefent at >.h" Court cf Turin, but is fpeedily expected here. The Imperial Regiments ordered to Italy are tbefe which follow. Foot: Guido Staremberg, Oid Daun, Wurm brand. Cuireffiert t John Palfi, C'arafTi, Hamilton, Prince Frederick of Wirtemberg, Pritice.Eugcne of Savoy. Dragoons: Prince Eugene of Wictemberft Philipni, Waterborn, I.ichtenftein. Freukfo.c, Jan.u N. S. Acccrdingto fome Advices, rhe Princes of the hmpirg will'furmfh the omperor with 50,0cc ir; cafe ot Need. ^i^ik^ m
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