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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - January 19, 1730, London, Middlesex Daily CouranL No. 88ai. Monday, January 19, 1719-30. jf wuo^iv^ ____...mcy, tbe Birch- day. ofthe Princeis Elizabeth Pe-trowna, Daughter to the late Czar Peter the Great, and Aunt to his prefenr Czarian Majcfty, who then enter'd into the 26th Year of her �ge. They write from Mofcow, that Count Wratiflau, the Ernpe-ror's Ambaffador, being the hrft Foreign Mi-nifter that in a Publick Audience congratulated the Caar on his Marriage with the Prin-cefs Dolgorucki, his Czarian Majefty did him the Honour to make him a Knight of the Order of St. Andrew; fince which the Minifter of Poland and fome others have paid tbe fame Compliment. Stockholm, Jan. 4. N. S. The King, in Confideration of the good Services render d this Crown by B�ron Spar, formerly Ambal fador in England, afa-rwards in France, and laftly, his Majefty's Plenipotentiary to the. Congrefs of Soiifons, has corferr'd upon him the Command of the Regiment of Horfe of Smalarid. His Majefty has moreover given the Regiment of Foot, vacant by the Resignation of the Baron de Schwerin, a Major-General, who is enter'd into the Service of Mufcovy, to the Baron deBengeHorn ; and Colonel Gadde has the Regimenc of Foot of Scaraborgi. The Count de Meyerfeldt, Governor General of Pomerania, is fee out for StralfuiiJ.- Vienna, Jan. 11. N. S. The Difpatches brought by an Exprefs that arrived the other Day from Paris, occaficn'"d fome Alterations to be made in thofe deliverd to the Emperor's _^Cabii.?t-Ccwrier ^orragne, for Count Co-ningfek, our Ambaffsdor in Spain. Two Days ag'">, 1 5 1 o Recruits were fent h:nce for the Imperial Troops in Italy; and 'tis faid feveral more Regiments will be order'd to march thither, he fides thofe already named. The Pope's Nuncio, we underftand, takes a great deal of Pains ro hinder, or at lead to fufpend the March of fo, great a Number of Troops to Italy, till his Holinefs has received an Anfwer to theLetrers he has written to the King and Queen of -Spain to prevent a War in Italy, wherein he propofes to them a Scheme for preferving the Pnblick Tranquillity^ They write from Peter- Wara-din, that fviajor- General Rudolphin, Governor of that Fortrefs, is dead. The Duke ol Wirtemberg-Neuftadt is arrived here, to foli cite one of the vacant Regiments; four o which the Emperor has already difpofed o as follows : That of Foot of Trautfon tothi Baron de Furftenburg, Lieutenant-Colonel o ,the Regiment of Maximilian Staremberg that of Foot of Erafmus Staremberg to M de Lochftadt, Lieutenant-Colonel of th( -fame ; that of Cuiraffiers of Montecuculi tc iCount Potfdazki; and that of Huffars of .Sp/eni to the Baron de Zungenberg, Lieutenant-Colonel of the Regiment of Czacki. ' Scbaffhaufcn, Jan. \ %. N. S. Letters from Florence advife, that Father Afcanio, Minifter of Spain, bad received Orders from bis Court, to aclrin Concert with the Minilrers of the Allies of Hanover, in relation to the Affairs of the prefent Conjuncture. Amfterdam, Jan. 14. N. S. They write from Brunfwick, that the Minifters of the Princes-Mediators, to facilitate the Exchange of the Pruilians and Hanoverians, had pro-pofed to begin with the Subaltern Officers, and to go on with tbe Soldiers afterwards ; but that this Propofal was not accepted by iie Court of Hanover. They add, that the ruJiian Soldiers arretted in the Country of .unenburg, who according to the Conven-ton, were put under a Guard of the Troops of Wolfenbuttei, have been feparated, and placed under different Guards, upon Sufpi-cion that they had formed a Plot to make their Efcape. Hague, Jan. zc. N. S. This Da'/ the ^e. pune*. of the Province of Utrecht brought to the States General their Ratification of the Acceffion to the Treaty of Seville, and that of Groningen only being now wanting, which is expected in a few Days, their High Mighcineffes will be able conclude this Affair by the Middle of next Week. The Minifter of Morocco, who lately came from England, having Credentials from that Emperor, had this Morning his firft Conference with the Deputies for foreign Affairs; to whom be declared that he had two Things to tranfadt, viz. the Delivery of his Prefents, and the Ranfom of the Dutch Slaves; to which the Deputies anfwered, that they would make their Report to their High Mightinelfes, who very probably might grant him the ufual Allowance during his Negotiation. Deal, Jan. 17. On Thurfday came down and failed thro' the Adventure, Tutt, and the Union, Dunfcomb, foe Virginia j the Philippia, Osburn, and the Truro,---, for Falmouth. Yefterday came down and remains, the Levingfton, for Jamaica; the Charles, Hoxton, and the Speedwell, Hewit, both for Maryland ; tbe Alexander, Curling, for Carolina, the Micqp and Philip, Brady, for Virginia; the St. George, Squire, for Guinea; the George and Ann, Furffer, for Gibraltar; the Ja >e, Mzcaiw, for Havre. Wind W. by S. L O N D O N. On Saturday Evening, about 6 of the Clock, a violent Fire broke out at Mr. Whiniard's, a grest'Diffiller at the Corner of Fetherftone Buildings in Holborn, overagainft Turn ft He, which foon confum'd that Houfe and its Furniture, and very much damaged an Apothecary's Houfe ad-oyning to it; and 'tis fear'd that two or three Per tons have perifhed in the Fire, they being miffing. A Woman that kept the White Horfe Ale-houfe near the Vin* 'r------ - u�ikorn. came x^vcitt s 1 nai tor a Robbery .on the Highway, was put off till this Day. On Saturday Morning laft hisRoyal Hrgfcneis the Prince, accompanied by'divers of the Nobi-ty, went to Richmond, to take the Diverfion of Shooting in the new Park, and returned to St. James's about Six cf the Clock.the fame Evening. . The fame Day her Majefty, with the three eldeft Princeffes, the Duke, and the two young-eft Princeffes, walked for a confiderable time in Sr. James's Park. The Lady of his Grace the Lord Archbifbop of Canterbury lies dangeroufly ill at his Grace's Palace at Lambeth. Saturday Iaft one of the Prifoners, who was to have been tried for Healing of Lead, drop'd dowli dead jun before his Tryal was to have come on. Yelterdjy feveral young Clergymen were ordained by the Lord Bifhop of London in the Royal Chappel at St. James's. Lent Pre ichers appointed to preach before his Majefty tor the Year 1729-50. Feb. 11. Afli-Wednefday, Dean of the Chap; pel, Ld n;>. cf London. Dc-aii of York, Dr. Oi-baldefton. 15. Sunday, Lord Bifhop of Sarum. 18. Wednefday,Dr. Waterland. 20. Friday, Dean of Rochsfier, Dr. Claget. 22. Sunday, Lord Bp of Chichefler. 25. Wcdnefday,Dr. Frank. 2.7. Friday, Dean- of Winchefter, Dr. Naylor. March 1 Sunday, Lord Bp. of St. David's. 4 Wednefday,Dr. Jones. 6. Friday, Dean of Sarum, Dr. Clark.' 8. Sunday, Lord Bifhop of Carlifle. 11. Wednefd3y,Dr. Herring. 13. Friday, Dean of Peterborough; Dr. Lccfcyer. 15. Sunday, Lord Bifhop of Hereford. iS. Wed.'efdayjDr. Clark. 20. Friday, Dean of Canterbury, Dr. Sydall. 22.PalmSunday,Lord Archbifh^p of Canterbury. 2 5.WednefJay, Dr. Loveil. . 27 GoodFriday,Dean of Weftminftef, L& Bifhop of Rochefter. 29. Eafter Day,Lord Almoner Lord Arch-bifhop of York. GRAFTON. Lent Preachers snpointed to preach at his Majefty's Chappel'ac Whitehall, on WedncfJays zr.d f'lidiys for rhe Year 1729-30. Feb. 11. Afh-Wednefday, Dean of Windfor, Dr, 15. Friday, Dr. Byrch. lS.'Wednefday,Mr. Cowper. 20. Friday, Dr. Pearfe. 25.Wednefday.Dr. Day. 27. Fridav, Dr. Crow. Match 4. Wednrfday,Dr. Butrs. 6. Friday, Dr. Tyrwhir. 11. Wednefday,Dr. Croxal. 13. Friday, Mr. Barnard. i8.Wednefday,Dr. Worth. 20. Friday, Dr. Benfbn. 25. Wedntffday,Dr. Mawfon. 27 Gooc'Friday,D'ean of Ely, Dr. Frank-land. GRAFTON. VOTES of the Houfe of Commons of Ireland. January 3. MR. yohn Staunton, according to" Order, reported from the Committee of the whole huuic, to whom Heads of a Bill, For explaining and amending an Aft made in the 6th Tear of his late M.tjejly King George I. entitled, An AS for ere&-ing and coriiinuing Lights in the City of Dublin, and. Liberties adjoyning ; and alfo in the Cities of Cork and Limerick, and Liberties thereof \ and for erec7-ing and putting up Lights in othtr Cities and Towns in this Kingdorfi, were committed, that they had gone thro'the fame, Paragraph by Paragragb, an<3 agreed thereto with fome Amendments, which he read in his Place; and afier delivered ac the Table. And a Morion being made, that the fai'd Headi of a Bill be now again read The fame were read accordingly. Then the Amendments made by the Committee to the faid Heads of a Bill were again read, and agreed to by the Houfe. Ordered, Thai Mr. Staunton do attend his Ex- ' cellency the Lord Lieutcnarr wi":h the ftid Heads of a Bill, and d.-fire the fame may be tranfmitted into Great Britain in due Porm. Then the Houff, according to Order, refbfvedX/Ljf itfelf into a Committee of the whole HoufeP^^ take into Confideration Heads- of a Bill, Fi^ better regulating his Majrfiy^s Coal of Newgate,, other Goals in this Kingdom, and for the mc* feSual punifbir.g the arbitrary and illegal Fra
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