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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 18, 1730, London, Middlesex                                Saturday, April i3, 1730; Tellerday arrivd the M&it due from Holland.     bis whole Eftate falls to Count Michaila    ferences with Prince Eugene of Savoy, fintg Mcfccw, Mar Sawrilowitz, who marryi'd her.   Baron Ha-    he receiv'd hislaft Exprds from London. bichftai* Great Matter of the Ceremonies, is Schaffhaufi 16. M.S. Popifh HE Czarina has publifhed an Or* likewife dead. Vaft Preparations are making Clergy of the Canton of Fnburg having fee der, tor joining the Council and for the Czarina's Coronation, which is fix d all the^ Bel's a tolling feme Days ago, upoil Senate  together, ihe Subftance for the 24th of next Month ; and our Arch- account of the Pope's Death, without asking whereof is, "That her CZariah bifhop, commonly called Patriarch of Mof- Leave of the Magiftraces; thefe iaft imme^ ** Maieftv has refolved to aboiifh the Coun- cow, has wriccen Circular Letters to all the diately fent them Orders to leave off, and ^ ciiand Senate, and to make but one Body of them, under the Name of the Senate, of Regency : That that Senate (hall have    that Solemnity. Archbifhops, gi^iops, and other Prelates'of theRuifian Empire, to come and aflift at moft of tiem readily obey'd : But the Sufc fragan Bifhop of Friburg refuied fcQ.fubnyti and getting lome of bis Neighbours together. * the Diredion of the Affairs of the Empire,       Grenada, April 5. N� S.   Their Majefties    he lock'd himfeif and them up in the Bel* ^ in the fame manner, d and their Higbnefles continue in  perfect    fry of the principal Church, and Went oh >' Authority, as in the Reign of the late Czar   Health, and go a Hunting almoft every Day    witb-the tolling of the Bells ; Thereupon the ~ Ma*   in the Neighbourhood of this City, where    Magiftrates order'd t;he Door to be brokfe *' Peter the Great; open ; which was done accordingly, and that Prelate and his Ailiftants were forced to jefty's Subje&s fhall be obliged to obey they find Sport enough.   We are told the the Orders of the Senate upon fevcre Pe- Court will refide here 3 or 4 Months, to u nalties, and even upon pain of Death ; wait the Succefs of the Expedition to Italy, fly fori*.   However, the Clergy have fent a **. and that in cafe the laid Senate, or any of for which we are ftill making great Prepa- ^  ^" w/ir it Ci Meffe .   ----~ -   ---- , Vw--t^ ' -i _ Membess, (hall do any thing contrary rations'. The Troops defigned for that Ser- iacred College with all that had pafs'd ; and to their Duty, or to the Fidelity they owe    vice are filing off towards Caraionia, and are    we wifh we may hear no more of the Matter.' to rendezvous along the little River fiefos; , They write from Friburg in the Brifgau^ but they are not to go on board, till after' that on the 1 ith Ihftant,thie Ceremony of bleC-General �rMjinIa*s Return from France. The to the c co whofe Knowledge it (hall come, are to acquaint the Czarina with ir, who will make due Enquiry into the Truth of the Fads, and punifli the Guilty according to Law/*   That Senate is com poled of 21 M 1. The Great Chancellor Count Go- lof km. 2. T Galhczin. Marfhal Prince  Michael Marfhal gorouki. 4. The Field-Marfhal Prince Trubetskoi, 5. Prince Demetrius Michaelowkz Gal liczin. 6 W T" ^ 7. The Vice-Chancellor Ofterman. 8. Prince  I wan Fedorowitz Ramoda- nowki. 9. Prince Alexis Czirkaski. fagozinski.  * ir. Gregorius Petrowitz Czernichbw. n. Iwaa Demetrius Mamonow* 13. Prince Gregorius Demetrii m �w. 14. Simon AndrewitZ Soltikow. J 15. Ul 16. Prince George Georgewitz Trubetskou . 17^ Prince I wan Baratinskoi. 18. Simon Iwanowitz Suckin. 19. Prince Gregorius Uruflbw. lo. Michaila Sawrilowirz Golofkin. 4i. Wafili Jackolewitz Nowafi)2oiv4 The Czarina has likewife made the fotfow- ihg Promotions. Waiili FederowitZ Soltikow, her Czarian Majefty's Uncle, is conftituted a Member of the Privy Council, and Governor General of Mofcow * Simon n�u�v,..- -------- Lord Steward of the Hou&old Count Leuwolde, Court: General Marfhal M. Schapelow, Marfhal of the Court .* M. Kafcdelow and Birk, Matters of t! Horfe: M. Lapuchin and Balk, the Princes Kura� kin and Galliczin, and M. Simonewhz, Sol- and ber : And Chamber T Prince Iwan Fedorowitz Ramodanowski, Knight of the Order of St.'Andrew, and one of the 21 Senators above, died the a6th In- ft ant j and leaving but one only Daughter fing the Colours of the Major-General BaroA de Kettler's Regiment was performed there j and that Regiment, which is a very fine one. to march to Italy at an be iv�u j| Warning Our Advices frotnthat Country fay, the Rest publick of Genoa has demanded the Protection of the Allies of Hanover in cafe of � Rupture j and it is reported that the King of Sardinia has concluded a Treaty with the Emperor. Hamburgh, April 21. H S.   They tyfiti from Mecklemburg, that the Nobility of that Dutchy had held a private Meeting^ wherein they had refolved to fend two Deputies to Vienna, to reprefent to his Imperial Majefty the miferable Condition to which their Country is reduced, and to implore .him to put an End to the Troubles that bavd fo long prey'd upon its Vitais. Letters froni Stockholm, of the 12th Inftanr^ advife, thai Men to- wards Carelfcroon, in order to embark fot Stralfund; and that Admiral Taube had made his Report to the King, that the Mert of War upon the Stocks at Carelfcroon will be finifh'd before Autumn,, when his Ala* jefty> Fleet will confift of 36 Men of Wajt of the Line of Battle, and *9 Freg^fe& be* fides Galleys and other armed VefTels. ifterdam, April 2^ Letters frdfi] Drefden, oftbe i8tb, advife, that the Kin^ of Poland fet out for Frauftar the Day before *vuh all the Polifh Lords of his Court; Falmouth, April ij.   T A the Expedition, CHes, in 13 Days from Li�-bqn j .the Betty of London from the Cana^ :tle$9i Phillips, for Orders, and the Regard o� and from ditto, Turner, for Virginia j thd AtUndel^ Filiefon^fot a, XJnfcy;.of and fro ^Market. v- Dartmouth, Afril \�.   Yeftefdajr filled the lfaac iand Elizabeth Sloop belonging td theTowerj with Stores for Plithouth ; thcS ;1 of and from Sunderland, fells her g of Coals here at 20 s. pet Chaldron^ :wo VeiTels front ^ales with* Culm have Sere alfo. This Day failed the Cfcarntf Try old - 1 �+ J -I 1'. -ft Molly of this Place, H for dam, with Stone Coal t and the Prince.Frede3 tick of Plimouth for Porcfmoath. - Remaiofi _ here the Younker of and from Fiufliing ifefr)/ Guinea. WindW^*W. ^u   

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