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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - March 23, 1730, London, Middlesex Monday > March ijy 17x9-30. On Saturday, arrived the Mail due ffton Holland. Mfocow, Feb. 2,8. N. S. TH � Czarina, having refted herfelf l or 5 Days in the Imperial Convent of Tzellewitza, made her Publick Entry into this Capita�I on the 26th Inftant, in perfect Health ; and was fet down at the Cremelin, where fhe has refolved to make her Refidence. The Senate being met this Day, her Czarian Ma: jefty made a Speech to them, to the following Effect: "She thanked them for the Care " they had taken 10 (ill the vacant Throne " according to the ancient Laws and Con-*' ftitutions of the Empire, and for tore Re-" gard they had paid to her Perfon in that 41 refpect: Promifed to maintain the JPrero-" gatives, Privileges, and Dignities fljf the Senate, to the beft of her Power : Allured *' them, that all her Faithful Subjects fhould enjoy a quiet and peaceable Government '* as long as it fhoald pleafe God to preferve * b/erLife: Promifed them farther, that fhe " Mould firmly maintain and fupporr (the " Chriftian Greet^ Religion, and all the " Ceremonies with which it was intro-" duced into this Empire r That fhe would "'order convenient Salaries to the Bifhops ' and Inferior Clergy ; and protect the other '' Religions which her Anceftors had tole-'" rated in the Empire : Recommended it !*' to the.Senate, to draw up a Scheme for *' putting Commerce into a more flourifh-" ing Condition, and extending it to all ** Parts of the Empire ; to promote which, �c fhe had refolved to renew the Treaties �* of Commerce made by her Predeceffor " with Foreign Powers: Declared, that " as it was impotfible to fecure the Peace "j&d Profperity of any State, without **" cultivating the Friendfhip of other con-" fiderable Powers, fhe had refolv'd to 4t examine the particular Treaties made " with divers Foreign Princes with the " greateft Exactnefs, and to renew them, if " they are not contrary to the Interefts of " her Empire. Laftly, fhe confirmed all " the Colleges, Lieutenants of Provinces, " Governors, Generals, Officers, Minifters, ($d in the feveral Employments they " were in during the Reigns of her Prede-" ceflbrs. Petersburg March 7. N. S. Guards are placed by Order of the Court of Molcow, in General Jagoztnski's Houfe here, and in the Houfes of two of his Friends, to prevent any of the Papers being moved off. Our laft Letters from Mofcow advife, that that General was very much indifpofed in his Pri-fon. They add, that the Foreign Minifters had had Audiences of the new Czarina, to which they were introduced by Baron Ha-bichftal, Great Matter of the Ceremonies? That the High Chancellor had anfwered them in the Name of her Czarian Majefty, Baron Ofterman continuing indifpofed. That the Czarina had given herfelf the Title of Colonel of the Preobra2inski Guards, and Captain of the Horfe Guards: "That that Princefs had declared, fhe would punctually perform the Engagements with Foreign Courts, and particularly with thofe of Vienna and Berlin; and that Prince Dol-gorucki, Father of the Princefs betrothed to the late Czar, was preparing 10 take a Turn to one of his Country Sean. Vienna, March ij;. N. S. Two Days ago, arrived here an Exprefs from Count Kinski, the Emperor's Minifter at London ; and it is faid, he has brought a new Propofal for the Prefervarion of the Peace on the Part of the Allies of Hanover. Several Expreffes are like wife arrived from Paris and other Places, whofe Difpatches give us ground to hope the Differences about the Affairs ef Italy will be adjufted in a friendly way. In the mean while, no Time is loft in putting ourfelves into a good Poftufe of Defence in cafe of a Rujjture. We have received Advice from Tyrol, that the firft Detachment of Imperial Troops was arrived there, on their way to Italy. Some Letters from Triefte fay, there were in that Port three Men of War, from 5b to 75 Guns each, 11 FregateSj and feveral Gallie3. This Court has receiv'd an jEx-prefs from Cardinal Cienfuegos at Rome, with Advice, that in a Scrutiny held there, Cardinal Zondedari of Sienna, a Creature of Spain, wanted but 2 Voices to have been chofen Pope. Drefden, March 15. N. S. Some Days a-go the King went to Meiffen, to fee the Independent Company which the Princes of Schwartzburg have raifed for his Majefty in that Country, and pick'd out 12 of the Talleft of them, to incorporate them in the Regiment of Tall Grenadiers. His Majefty has refolved to fet out for Frauftadr, imme-diatly after LeypJIck Fair, to fign thdjnher* faliti, or Writs for fommoning the General Dyet of Polatid, which is to meet at Grodno the beginning of October nezr. All the Colonels have Orders to encamp their Regiments in their feveral Diftri&s* till it is Time for them to march to the General Camp at Muhlberg. The Countefs de Cofel, the King's Natural Daughter, who lately marry'd M. Moufchinski, fell ill of the Small Pox'the Day after her Nuptials; but is �pon Reco-rery. The King has prefehted M. Moufchinski with a Houfe finely furnifh'd, and 12,600 Ducats, in Confideration of that Match. Cologn, March 24. N. S. They write from Manheim, that upon the Receipt of a Letter from the Emperor, the Elector Palatini had order'd 8060 of his Men to be constantly ready to march. Seville, March 2. N. S. Their Majefties having refolved to go from Marchena to Grenada, all the Foreign Minifters to whom that Refolution has been communicated, are preparing to fet out for Grenada the 8th Inftant. Two days ago, the King's Minifters exchanged with thofe of France and the States General of the United Provinces, the Ratifications of the Treaty of Seville. It is � written from Cadiz, that a Tax of 1 5 Pieces Of Eight has been laid upon every Arobi of Cocheneal there. Milan, March 6- N. S. Count Dlaun has received Advice from Mantua, that the 30 Field Pieces fent from Pavia, were arrived there,With a large Quantity of Ammunition, and, among the f*fty 7od Cafes of Ball, tiis Excellency has ordered a great Number, of Palifades to be got ready, to be fent to Mantua, Pizzighitone, and Tortona. They write from Piftoia; that Signor Pietra Ban-chieri, Brother to the Cardinal of that Name, is lately dead. The' Abbot Martelli is fet out from Florence for Rome, with a Cotri-miflion to that Court,, as it is fuppofed, ori the Pare of the Great Dake^ Lucern, March 18. N. S. According ttf bur Advices from Italy, the Princes of that Country, as well as feveral other Potentates, are bufy about the Election of a new Pope* every one feeking to .carry his Point by making Votes. *Tis not yet knowhj however, who will be the Man; though many apprehend it will be a Partifan of France. We begin to doubt, whether the Court of Vienna will renew the Capitulation" with the Cantons about the Dutcby of Milan, upon the fame Foot as when that State was under the Obedience ot the Spa-hifh Monarchy. Upon the Return of att Exprefs that had been fent from Florence} the Great Duke of Tufcany had held feveral Councils with his Minifters. fyrich, March 18. N. S. Our Officers iff the Service of Holland, who are fet out Pott* on Monday for Tournay, have received Advice, that the Regiment -of Hirtzei, and ail the Troops that are to take the Field, are ordered to provide themfelves with TentS and Field Ecjuipage; for which Endj they: bad received before-hand one fourth Part of the Pay commonlv allowed to Troops in the Field. Bafil, March 19. N. S. Some Advice! fay, the Grifons are going to raife a Regi* ment of Foot for the Emperor, to be employ'd in the Milaneze. Hanover, March n. N. S. Several Gold Medals are to be ftruck here, by the King's Order, to the Amount of j 87 ? Ducats, upori fome particular Occafion that will appear? in a fhort time; We have gone through the Review of the Invalids at Hamelen, Got* tingen, Zell, Lunenburg, and Neuburg. Thejr write from Caffel, that the Hefliatl Troops in the Pay of Great Britain were, actually drawing towards the Frontiers of this Electorate j and that Prince William of Hefle-Caffel was upon the Point of fettih^ out for HoUand. Letters from Brunjwicfe advife, that Duke Ferdinand Albert of Be-veren, a General in the Service of the Empe-1 ror, had received Orders from the Court of Vienna to repair to Italy\ Hamburg, March 21. N. S. Our laft Adr vices from Berlin import, that the Secretary of France continued his Conferences vvith Lieutenant General de Borck and M. de Knip* baufen^ his Pru/Iian Majefty's Cabinet Coun^ fell or s : That it was believed thofe Conferences chiefly regarded fome Propofals of Ac* commodation between the Kings of Grea| Britain and Pruflia, which are to be back'tt by the Minifters of his Britannick Majefty and of their High-Mightineffes fpeedily expelled there: That neverthelefs, tho' there, is good ground to hope the Endeavours of thofe Minifters will be crown'd with Succefs, the Court of Pruflia; tfpon Advice of thd Preparations which the Princes their Neighbours are making to take the Field, had refolved to take the neceffary Meafufed alfoj for affembling a formidable Army i That the Prnffian Troops were to begin their March the latter End of this Month 5 and befides the 14 Battalions and Jo' Squadrons expected from Pruflia, theKing> had fent in Exprefs to Mofcow, to defifts that the i4,cod_Men. the Czarina is obliged to furnifh him, may lie ready in Livonia and Courland, to march to his Afli-ftance in cafe of Need. Laftly," th'e't are drawing up a Manifefto, to be publifH'd i cafe the Negotiations (hould not he
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