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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 1, 1730, London, Middlesex                                Th. it. K�. 888x, Hamburgh, March 31. N. S; |HE Swedifh Project, lately delivered to our College, to eredl a great Staple of Iron and Copper here, and to borrow the Sum of a. � Million of Rixdollars upon ir, at an Inrereft or Two per Cent, has, upon mature Confederation, and after hearing the Opinions of our Merchant:;, been rejected. Some Days ago, one of the King of Poland's Gentlemen arrived here, to buy up feveral Ucenfilsof War. Letters from Dantzick advife, that Duke Charles-Leopold of Mecklemburg will be made the Czarina's Lieutenant of Courland. We have here the following Account of the late Czar's Funeral Proceffion at Mofcow, Feb. 1. Twenty five Officers of the Guards.' 2. A Groom on Horfeback, in a long Mourning Cloak. 3. Three Meffengers on Horfeback, at the Head of the four Cboirs of Trumpets and Ketrie Drums. 4. Four Choirs of Trumpets and>KertIe Drums, making in all forty eight, divided into four Parts j and after every twelve Trumpets, a Pair of Kettle Drums in long Cloaks. 5 Nine Marfhals. who made the Opening three and three in a Rank, with the Trophies of Major Generals, in long Mourning Cloaks, with Marfhals Staves, having on them the Arms of the Ruifian Empire, adorn'd with Feftocns in Black and White. 6. Thirty fix Pages in Mourning Cloaks, and behind them the Pages Steward. 7. Thirty fix Under-Officers of the Court, of Majors Rank, in Mourning Cloaks. 8. Three City-Marfhals in Mourning* Cloaks, with Staves like the former. 9. Twenty four Foreign Merchants of different Nations, fettled in Ruffia, in Mourning. 10. Three Noble Marfhals, of Brigadiers Rank, with Cloaks and Staves, like the nine firit. n, The Efcutcheon borne by a "Colonel, and the War Horfe led by two Lieutenant-Colonel. By the fide of each Draught-Horfe that follow'd thefe, walk'd a Groom in a long Cloak, with a Switch in his Hand.      1 11. A Black Enfign of the Cimflian Arms, borne by a Major on Horfeback j the Horfe being cover'd wirh Black Cloth hanging down to the Ground, and bearing upon bis Head the Arms of Circaffia, led by two Captains. . 13. The Arms of Karbatini, and other Enfigns, as Gruzfini, Cartalini, Cofslowfi, Refan, Czernigrow, Novogrod, Wiatzki, Ingermerland, Cardia^ Livonia, Eftonia, Smb'ensko, and Pleskow, borne in their Order by fixteen Lieutenant-Colonels; and the j Horfe belonging to every Enfign, led by two Captains. 14. The Standards of Siberia and Aftra-can. 15. Tbofe of Cafan and. Novogrod, all  borne by Colonels, and each Horfe led by two Majors.  16. The Arms of Woldomir, Kiow, and Mofcow, borne by Brigadiers, and each Horfe led by two Lieutenant-Colonels. 17. The Admiralty Flag, carried by a Sea Captain.,      ,  .     , 18. The Black Chief Standard, borne by a Brigadier, and the Horfe led by a Lieutenant-Colonels. ' .�.�'( 19. The Feftival Standard, carried by a JJrig^dier, And the Horfe led by a Lieute; aaus-ColonQlj  20. The Cuirafller in Golden Armour on Horfeback, having on each Side a Gentleman of the Guards on Foot. 21. The Cuirafiier ih Mourning Armour on Foot. .-22. The Mourning Standard, carried by a Brigadier, and the Mourning Horfe led by two Lieutenant-Colonels. 23. Three Marfhals of the Rank of Major-Generals. 24. The Efcutcheons cf Siberia, Aftracan, Caian, Novogrod, Woldomir, Kiow, and Mofcow, all, borne by Brigadiers. 25. The great Efcutcheon of the Empire, borne by four Major-Generals, affifted by four Proctors out of the College. 26. The Clergy according to their Ranks, 27. Four Marfhals as Major Generals. 28. Two Heralds in their Formalities. , 29. The four Imperial Swords, borne by Colonels, one after the other. 30. The Polifh Order, borne by Prince S. Dolgorouki, Knight of the White Eagle, upon a Cufhion lae'd with Gold, allifted by two Colonels. 31. Tbe Order of Sr. Alexander, borne by the Steward of the Princefs Elizabeths Houfhold, Prince Nariskio, Knight of that Order, aflifted by two Col6nels. 32. The Order of St. Andrew, borne by the Great Chamberlain. 33. The Crown of Siberia, carried by a Lieutenant-General, with two Affiftants. 34. The Crowns of Aftracan and Cafan, carried in like manner.    ,  .>,        ,; v.,.. 35. The Globe and Sceptic of {he Empire upon a Goldlac'd Cufhion, carried tike the other. - v,  4 36. The Imperial Crown; carried by a Privy-Counfellor of the Rank of General in Chief, aflifted by two Brigadiers. 37. The Mafter of the Ceremonies, and his two Affiftants, with long Black Staves of Ceremony. '. 38. The Great Marfhal of the Funeral Pomp, the Field Marfhal Prince Trubetz-koy, with his Afliftanr-Marfhals, the Lieutenant-Generals Urbanowitz and Lefort, all with Marfhals Truncheons, cover'd with Sattin, embroider'd with the Arms of the Empire Feftoon-wife. 39. The Major of the Gentlemen Guards^ and under him four Corporals of the fame, who commanded the 40 Men that furround-ed the Corpfe and the Princeffes of the Blood; 40. The Herfe, cover'd all over with black Sattin, drawn by eight Horfes cover'd with the fame, hanging down to the Ground, Jed by eight Lieutenant Colonels, by whofe Sides walked eight Cjachmeni for ready Help, all in long Cloaks. The Coffin-; fprinkled with Gold and Silver, had a Ruffian Eagle iffuing out of ir, and over it the Imperial Crown, furmounted with a Sword and Sceptre crofs-wife, which were taken off at Church by the 12 Colonels that fupported it in tbe Herfe. The Gold. Taffels of the Pall, which was of Crimfon Sattin, were held byf four Privy Counfellors. The Canopy oyer it was likewife made of Crimfon Sattin, and fupported by eight Brigadier* who took hold of the Pillars.; and the Strings were held by eight Major Generals. On tbe fides of the Herfe marched thirty fix Footmen with great white Wax Candles in their Hands, tied with Tiffany.  ' .41. Three Marfhalsi of Lieutenant Generals Rank, with Staves. / ' .  42.. The Princefs Elizabeth; fupported by two Lords oftheTecond Rank, her Train borne by a Gentleman of the Bed-chamber ^nd.'twovVale'ts.to affift^nd four Fqdtm^ with lighted Waz Gandlf^ 43. The Durchefs of Mecklemburg' 44. The Prince of Georgia, connmonfy called Czar Gregorewitz.     ,   . 45. The Chancellor of tbe Empire, the Field Marfhals, Privy Counfellors, Generals, and other principal Officers Civil and Military. , . 46. The Court-Marfhal and Chief Dc^ inefticks. '     , 47. Three Marfhals, cne a iMajor-Gener2f? and two Brigadiers. 48. The Ladies co the Ninth Rank. 49. Three Marft)als of the Degree of Colonels, 50. The Ruffian Nobility without Rank, 51. The Nobles of Little Ruilia. 55. Three Marfhals of Colonels Degree* 53. Officers to the Fourteenth Ciafs. 54. Three City Marfhals. 55. The Magifhaces and principal Merchants of Mofcow, to tbe Number of forty eight, in Mourning Cloaks. 56. A Groom on Horfebac':, in ?. long Cloak. * 57. Laftly, Twenty five Subalterns of ;he Guards ciofed. the Proceffion.' {� ..' Hague, April 7. N. S. The Deputies fropi the Province of Zealand ,had feveral Confe-' rences lately with thofe of the States, about al~ tering the new Tariff or Book of Rates on all Goods- imported or exported 5 but withoug Succefs. They likewife folicited for fome Alte^ rations ia the Trade to- Africa, but being opt. pofed ftrongly by the Weft India Company^ and by Deputies bf fbme of the Provinces^" they could not obtain their Demands. -� � jor-General Idfing*, Governor of Littc, 'a'a'fif. Colonel of a Regiment of Foot, dying lately at Lee warden, the States of the Province" 'ofc Zealand have conferred that GoverhmerCi,' which Is in their Repartition, upon Brigadi?C Godin a Zealander, who is come hithecco folicit the Command of three little Forts, adjacent to Lillo, which is in the Diipofsl q| the States General. The Employment of Commandant of Breda,vacant-by the De.-ttr? of Lieutenant-General de Viilegas, � is giver 'so Lieutenant-Colongj van Leyden, Sofl-in.-Law of M, van wey, AmBalfador at P^ris.1 The Grand Penfionary enjoys fo good a Stat* of Health atpnefenr, that he propofes to .-jffift at the next Affembly of the States of the Pro'-vince of Holland, which is fixed for the zzih Inftanr. , _ r-Deal, March 30! The Pretty Betfey.frgiai Naples is failed for Amfterdam. Juft noy^ came down fix Sail net known; Yefterda^ arrived, and failed this Day, the. Prince Free derick, Lillywhite, from South Seas, having three Pilots on board for the River; the Unv corn, Biggjn, from Alicant for Oftend ; tlis Charles," Simpfon, from Alicant,; the Ha�� ley, Elton,  from Srriyrna ; the Neptun^' Coppinger, from Cidiz ; the Concord, Inijr�*y' from Holland for Gibraltar; this laft; dhly; remains. This Day arrived the Florence^,' Coleman, from Leghorn,  Wind Sa � - -LONDOfNl Yefterday Monii,,^, at half an Hour a:fr* 'their Aims ot i^gs broke, an^ being M   

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