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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 14, 1730, London, Middlesex                                y Daily Gourant* TueHay, April 14* 1730. ' �C * - Schneeberg, is rejected, as an Affair that would require top great an Expence of Time and Money, without the Certainty of the Profits turning to any Account. The Merchants of this .City, and others concern'd in the Trade to Harnburgh, have complain'd to the Court, of the Duties exa&ed upon the Elbe in the Electorate of Brandenburg, which are raifed a Third Part within thefe few Years; whereupon the King has feht Orders to M. de Suhm, his Minifter at the Court of Berlin, to make Remonftrances tti his Prulfian Majefty upon that Subject, and,, to demand that chofe Duties be reftored upon ' the old Foot. There are to be ifi the Camp at Mublberg 9500 Tents; and befides other Workmen, there are 320 Mafdni and Car-Renters daily employ*d io preparing that Spot of Ground. The Caps for the Tall Grenadier Guards, which cbnfift of xood Men, coft 40 Rixdollars apiece, bein| made of Blue Velvet, wich the White Eagle of Poland in Silver, and other rich Ornaments, fevery Commiflion Officer of chofe Guards is to tiave three Regimental Suits of Cloaths, which coft 400 Rixdollars. AO the Kettle Drams and Trumpets belonging1 id the Horfe in1 general, are made of Silver, and cover'd with Blue Velvet. The Standards are of Blue Velvet and Silver, and the Colburi of Blue Silk with Red Corners; and thePolifli Tall Grenadiers have in their chief Enfign the Picture of the Bleffed Virgin. The Of-cers Scarves are Red and Silver, and coft 50 Rixdollars each. Near the Camp, upon the Elbe, are got together 18 or 20 Fregates, Galleys, (3c. which are to make the Repre-fentation of a Sea Fight. This Court is in Mourning for the Ele&refs Dowager of Bavaria and the Landgrave of Hefle CaffeL The Prince of Wlrtemberg, a Lieutenant Colonel in the Emperor's Service; is arrived . Berlin, April J1. N. S. Two Days agtt the Baron de Ginkel, Major General in the Service of Holland, and their High Mighti-nefles Mimtter to this Court, arrived here, and had Yefterday his fir ft Audience of the King, who received him very gracioufly. After the Audience Was-over, the Baron had the Honour to accorflpa'hy bis Majefty to the General Count Seckendortf's, who entertained the King and the Foreign Minifters that Day with a magnificent Dinner.. This Morning the King reviewed Major General Lingen's Battalion of Artillery, which made a fine Appearance;. afterwards his'Majefty dined at Brigadier Du Bourgay's; and from thence he went to lie at Potfdam, where the Regiment of the King is to be reviewed To-morrow. We are allured, that General Seckendorff will Ihorrly return to Vienna, and thence proceed to Italy. We irhpitient-Jy expect the Return of the Exprefs fent to London by Sir Charles Hotham fince his Arrival here; becaufe then, we are told, the double Marriage, fo often mentioned, will be declared; The Queen is fo well recovered, that (he Will foon appear again in* Publick. Brunfwick, April iij. N. S. The Minifters of Saxe Gorha ahd Wblfembutrel have renew'd their Conferences with thofe of Hanover and Pruflla; fo that the Exchange of tbePruflUn and Hanoverian Soldiers Will tti made in a very few Dayjj Frankfort, April i 3. N. S. fnej write from Munich, that the Elector of Cologn talk'd of returning home, and of calling upon the Electors ot Mentz and Palatine by the way. From Caflel we are advifed, that the Corpfe of the late Landgrave was deposed with a great deal of Ceremony, till trie King of Sweden's Orders about the Funeral-Solemnity fhou'd arrive. faanover, April 14. N. S. According to fome Advices from Stockholm, Orders were fent from thence to Carlefcroon.for theEquip-ment of feveral Fregates to convoy his Swe-djfti Majefty to Stralfund, on his way to Caflel. The Count de Caftejas, Ambafla-dor of France at the Court of Sweden, having fettled the Affair of the Subsidies, (3c. with the Swedifh. Minifters, was preparing to return home. Hatisbon, April 9. N. S. The Baron de Schenk, having lately impos'd upon his Auditors from the Pulpir, by endeavouring to1 perTuade them, that a certain Luttieran Preacher here, that had been a Stickler a* g"?nft *�; Power nf healing fucb as were LONDON. Sittings in the Court of Common Pleas* In Middle/ex, Tuefday,  - April .21 Tdeday, -� 2& Tuefday,   -  May 5 In London. Thurfday, -April i% Thurfday,--3� Wednefday, - May S After Terrh. Weduefday,   May 1$ ...._/ _________ r'      Jpt�i�Ct- *ly afhamed of him. Trieri, April ii. N. S. They write frorri the French Frontiers, tfiat the Allies of the Treaty of Seville have already concerted the Operations of the Campagne, in cafe of a War in Italy. Brujfels, April if R S. Yefterday the Archduchefs our Governefs went with a great Retinue to Lakeh, to perform her Vows at the Shrine of the Bleffed Virgin ; and in the Evening her Highnefs fgtdrn'd hither by the Light of Flambeaux. The' Government here have ordered fome Cannon out of the Towns, ahd a good Number of Firelocks out of the Magazine at Mons, ro be fent to Luxemburg. The Actions of the Oftend Company Are ri-fen to 158. falmouth, April 9*. tJri the jth Came in t%b Lydia of and from Bolton, Coudy, for Hamburg; the Lilly of and from London, Townfilend, for Lisbon, and the Wi/liard ahd Marr of and for Topfoam, Roriinfonj for Newfoundland.  Wind W. by S.. Dartmouth, April.to; Yefterday failed the Role in June of Whitby to the Weft ward; not being able to fell her Coals here; the' Parker of IpfwicB, Bacon; for New-England ; the Hopewell, of and for Plimoutb,-from London. Came in the John and Robert of Topfham witH Culm from Wales, and! two Coafters from Ditto with Culm. This Day came in a North Country Fly-boat, with Coals from Sunderland to fell here. Wind at W.N. W. Deal, April it. Remain th� Kent,1 Wheeler, for Guinea; the Edward and Mary, Pirbam, for-the Lady Amelia*,' How, for Jamaiua; the America, Noble; for New-England; the Tom and Jack, Per. gdlbti, Mirmaduke Areskine, for Lisbon 3 the Betty, Friend, for Oporto. Arrived the Vineyard, Greenger 5 the jorden, from Of/br-' to- the' Cofonaubn, Moor,, from Malaga, and failed for Amftcrdam, Wind W. After Term. Tuefday  - May, 12 On Saturday Night laft at the Prince William Tavern at Charing-Crofs, Mr Dennis the famods Poet and Critick was admitted a Free and Accepted Mtfon ar a Lodge then held there, having renounced trie Society of the Gorraogonij, of which he had been a Member -for Oxaaf Years. t Yefterday two Mdoths Pay in 6 due to the Companies of the following of bis Majefty** Ships was pajd to the Stamens lawful Attorniea at the Pay-O^ice in Broad-ft/eer, vi�. Trial Sloop ^-- to the 50th of June, 172$ Shark Sloop--to the 31ft pf Oftdber. Tartar--to the 25th of April. Ditto  --~-- to the sUch of Ooober Southampton Hulk to the 30th of September? Alfo two Months Pay in 6 td his Majefty'a Ship the Ludlow Caftle. . On Sunday laft. the Highwayman which wa� mentioned fome time paft in mdft of the Papers to have robbed and fttot a Gehdeman, having kept him Company from Bath till they came within a few Miles of London, and was by Che laid Gentleman treated .very handfomely, was taken in Horflydown^ and being had before Ju� ft ice Hucks, was committed to the new Goal irl Southwark. , Yefterday the Coriimiffioners of the Navy hired feveral Ships for transporting of Soldiers frord Port Mahone and Gibraltar, in order to eftablifli ^>on Carlos in Italy. vVe hear, that Orders are given,for beautify fog the Reyal P alace at Greenwich for the rteeep-; tion of the Royal Family. , ,    , Yefterday all the Effe&s btloDgine; to Colonel Charreris which lie had with him when id the Prefs-Yard at Newgate, were carried away, ifi � Hackney Coach to his new Lodgings In Leice^ fter-Fields. ,   DUBLIN,  April 7;   r Yefterday died the Reverend Father Liotiegarj an eminent Romjw Prieft, to the great Regret of many well-meaning People of that Per-; fuafion, tDINB Vk e ^,�. April 6. Yefterday a Taylor ftood.ki the.C5nrion.gatg Church Door the titrie of Conveening the Congregation, with his Crime written on his Forehead, which was, tbsJthe.had a long time b^eri guilty of personating a Clergyman, by wearing a Gown and Baridj and Marrying and Ba^ti* iing. . . . . On Saturday jaft Colonel Ahftruther aitit'd in Town from London. ..�,...�. This Afternoon, abodt 5 a~CIock, Ludowick Campbell theThief was executed in rhe Grafs Market ; n'e denied his ever having dipt his i^and id Blood, but confefs'd he had /pent his whole. Lite iri Th'eving, Pilfering, Unclcahnels, arid fiich* like' Wickedness, and died to Appearance with penitent Serttlmtnts. WE are obliged for the following lifcfe ftsce' to3 3 Gentleman of New-England, where ii was> wrote and publifhed; and we doubt riot but it will be agreeably received here by our Readers of Tafte. Virgitiisejl vera faciei; quarri where cfeJai i �*, Ji non obfiet rebertntia, h/elkmovhi. Art adh> lata artb fu6. Ovid. Mcti Lib. X. v. Z$<3i Oh the Sight of hb P1 c t tf k s s; G E S our tand1 a barb'rotlS Oefert BdoSi . iont howl'din ey^y,Wotf# J\ And Sa'vage Nations _________r No laurel'd Arl o'er .the rude Region {qriTdi XT__1.1.A a JJ_.�J J�l .L7~ m;1 J aga^   Nor bleft RcJfgiofi daVn'd amidft the Wild   

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