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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 29, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant Monday, June 29, 1730. A JOURNAL of the Camp at Radewitz, to the 10 th c/June, N. S. a f � H E King of Poland fee out , 9 " from Leypfick for this Camp ^ � the 10th of May laft, on pnr-" pofe to fee the Troops arrive, " that were to form it, and to difpofe all " Things for theGeneral Review and Milita-" ry Exercifes. The Army being all new-" cloatbed and fit to appear by the 28th of " that Month, bis Majefty drew them up in " Order of Battle about 6 o'Clock the fame " Evening, to fhew them to the Ambaffador " of France, who was come to take his " Leave, before he made a Tour to Paris. " As foon as the Army was ranged, the " King and the Electoral Prince got on " Horfeback, and rode along the Front of " the two Lines. His Majefty had Reafon " to be very well pleafed with the juft Ap-*' plaufe which the Marquis de Monti, Am-" baffador of France, gave the Troops, " which he declared to he very fine and " well accoutred. M. de Grumbcow, Mi-" nifter of State, and Lieutenant-General " to the King of Pruffia, who arrived fome " Hours before, exprefs'd a particular Sa-" tisfacticn alfo, and was fure the King his " Mafter would do the fame. The Electo-tc ral Princefs, who dined that Day with " the King, faw the Army in a Chariot " open on the Sides/ Towards Nine o'Clock " at Nighr, hisMajefty return'd to his " Quarters, whence he difpatch'd General " Pflug to meet the King of Pruffia, to " compliment him upon his near Approach, " and to thank him for the Choice he had " made of his Polifh Majefty to ftand God-" father to the young Prince of whom the " Queen of Pruffia was brought to Bed the *' 23d of May. "On the 30th, the King went and lay *' at Gorifch, to be nearer at hand to re-" ceive the King of Pruffia, who repofed � himfelf that Night at Cofdorff. " The 31 ft, his Majefty rofe very early, V and went and waited the King of Pruf-fia's Arrival under a Tent halfropen, upon " the great Road to Cofdorff. All the " Knights of the Order of the White Eagle, " to fhe Number of 35 or 36, were there " by ^even o'Clock in the Morning, the *' Military Knights being in the Retinue of the Electoral Prince, and the others head-" ed by the Count de Friefe,- Great Cham-" lain. Al?out Eight o'Clock, came the King of Pruffia on Horfeback, attended " by feveral Princes, Generals, Colonels, 41 and other Officers, to the Number of " 160. His Majefty rifing from his Chair, " and advancing fome Steps towards the " King of Pruffia, the latter difmounted a-" bout 50 Paces off, �nd came and em-" braced his Majefty, to whom he at the " fame time. prefented the Perfons of bis *' Retinue. After this, his Praffian Majefty " receiv'd the Compliments of the Knights " of the White Eagle; not that all of them " were Spokefmen, but thofe who had not ' " the Gift of Utterance, made bim profound Reverences. Compliments over, " the Two Kings went into the Tent, it tt (t tt tt tt tt tt t: tt tt It tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
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