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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 30, 1730, London, Middlesex                                The Daily Courafct. Tuefday, June 30, 1730. Mofcow, June 8 N. S. ON (be 4th, alter ibe Czarina had been at Chappel, fhe gave Audience 10 M. Dittmer, who deliver'd to her his new Credentials in Quality of Envoy-Extraordinary of the King of Sweden, and a Letter written to her Czarian Majefty by the Queen of Sweden. The fame Afternoon, at Four o" Clock, the Czarina, accompanied by the two Princeffes her Sifters, and by the young Princefs of Mecklemburg; let out for Ifmailow, a Country Palace nor far off, where her Majefty dctigns tore-fide during the Summer Heats. Oa the 6tb, the Czarina went with a numerous Retinue to the Camp form'd by the 2 Regiments of Guards near Ii'mailow, where fhe faw them perform their Exercife, and return'd in the Evening to that Palace. They write from the Frontiers of Perfia, that Prince Tbamas bad fent one of his Officers to Lieutenant-General Loewafcboff, to notify to him his Acceifion to the Throne of his Ancestors, and to a flu re him that he had refolved to live in good Intelligence with that Court, and to renew the Treaties formerly made with the late Czar Peter I. They add, that the Grand Seignior having fent a Minifter to Prince Thamas, offering to acknowledge him in the Quality of King of Perfia, provided he would confirm the>) CefEon of the Provinces made to the Porte by Sultan Efreff j that Prince anfaet'd him, That Sultan EfrefF being a Rebel and an Ufurper, he could not come into any Treaty made by him to the Prejudice of the Kingdom of Perfia. Petersburg, June i0. N. S.   Ten Fregates are lately failed from this Parr, laden with fundry forts of Merchandizes for different Places.   Among the reft, there are three la- . den with Cannon, Ball, and other Ammunition, for Spain.   The General Count Munich, "-Admiral Sievers, and other Lords of the Admiralty, returned hither on Monday laft from Cronflot.   Several. Men of War, and Fregates are fitting out in that Port, here and at ReveJ 5 but as they are to be vi&uai'd -but for two Months, 'tis believed they are defign'd only to exercife the Seamen. Prince Gregory Alextowitz tJrnflbw, Major General, will fet oat next Week for Mofcow, to take Poffeflion of the Office of Senator., which the Czarina has lately conferred upon him. Dant^tcli, June 11. N S. On the 18th Inftant, an Exprefs from Mofcow went thro* this Place, with Difpatches for the Duke of Mecklemburg. Our laft Letters from Mit-rau and Riga do not make the leaft Mention of the March of any Ruffian Troops, who continue very quiet in their Quarters. Some Grandees of Poland have lately had feveral Conferences in the Convent of Oli-va, to confider of proper Materials for the next General Dyet of the Kingdom to go to work upon. Tney write from Lemburg, that the Caftellan of Podlacbia died there the 51b Inftanr. Vienna, June �i. N. S. Yefterday their Imperial Majefties and the moft Serene Archdutcbeffes came from Laxemburg to the Palace of the Favorita, there to refide during the reft of the Summer. The Count de Metfch, Vice-Prefidcnt of the Aulick Council, is return'd hither from the Journey he lately took into Lower Saxony. M. Benedict de Lumago, Governor of Triefte, is made a Lieutenant-Colonel. The Equipages and Horfes of the Field - Marihal Count Merci, the Princes Frederick and Lewis of Wirremberg, and the General Count Staremburg, fet out Yefterday and this Day for Italy. * Hamburgh, funt %f. N. S. Two Days ago, an Officer came hither from the Duke of Mecklemburg at Swerin, to view the A-partmems of chat Duke's Palace here; which makes us believe he defigns to come and rake up bis Refideace among as; and this is the more probable, becaufe according to our laft Advices from Mecklemburg, his Htghnefs was in a manner block'd up in his Cattle of Swerin, fince, upon the xzd Inftanr, 60 Soldiers that he had pofted near Brandfchau with two Pieces of Cannon, to guard that Pafs, were obliged by the Troops of Execution to retire, to Swerin, after a {lender Refiftaftce, in which one of tbofe Soldiers was kill'd. Thefe Letters add, that the Troops' of Execution, after having taken Pc�f-Gan of the faid Poft of Brandfchau, firuare upon tbe River Srobr, had like wife poflefs'd them-felves of all the other PaiTes leading to Swerin ; that upon the 23d, the Burgomafter of Crivirz march'd out with feveral Burghers, to make Head agaihft the Troops of Execution, with above 409 armed Peafanrs ; but that upon their Approach, the Peafants took to their Heels, and the Burgomafter and feveral of the Burghers were taken Prifoners, and fent back after they bad been a little roughly handled. That the Governor of the Fort of Warnemund had received Orders from the Subdelegated Commiffioners to keep & watchful Eye upon ail Ships coming from the Ports of Rulfia, or elfewhere, to hinder their landing any Forces; and that 300 Peafants were commanded to patrol along rhe Coaft for the fame porpofe. It is written from Hanover, that the Exprefs fent to London to carry rhe News of rhe Duke of Mecklemburg's Arrival, returned thither the i|d, with Orders to reinforce the Troops of Execution, fo that they may be ab|e effectually to block up the Fbrtreffes of Domirz; and Swerin; and that a Council of War was held the fame Day, to fettle the Number of Troops to be fent into the Dutchy of Mecklemburg accordingly. Bremen, Junt 28. N. S. We have celebrated here the Second Jubilee, in Memory of the Delivering of the Augsburg Owfef-fion, with tbe greacert Zeal and Joy, for 3 Days fucceifively. Tbe Illuminations in tbe Evenings were very fine. On tbe Cathedral Tower were reprefenred Truth and her Supporters the faithful Church of God, having tbe Royal Cathedral Cburcb between them. Truth fat upon tbe R-ghc Hand, in the Shape of a fine young Man, with his Head furrounded with Kays of the Sun, holding in bis Left Hand a Palm of an O-live Branch, and in his Right Hand an open Book, with the Word Bibha, and ibis Inscription out of Pfalm xix. 8. Ibe Statutes of tbe Lord are right, &c. On the Left Hand, the faithful Church of God, reprefenred by a Woman, fitting upon a Footftool, cloatned in a blue Garment fpangied with Surs. a flaming Heart in her Breaft : in ber Right Hand the Chalice and Bread, with a Crofs ; becaufe (1 Tim. iii. 15) the Church of the living God is called the Pillar and Ground of tbe Truth, in the World indetd cf no outward IlgfpcS, hut her Converfation is in Heaven, (Phil. iii. 3,0.) not only fanciifying God in her Heart, (1 Pet.; hut Ul^wife /hewing by out. vtardTokpr.s, that 'Jhe belonged to Cbnft : In her Left Hand fhe has an open Book, with' thefe Words, jCONFESSJO AVGVSTANA, as much as to lay, that by delivering tbe Confetfion to the Emperor Charles V. ac the Dyec held at Augsburg the 25th of June 153c, flie openly confefs'd tbe Word of Truth, with this Infcription out of Pfalm cxix: 99. Thy Tejftmonies are my Meditation ; under which ftood, our of 1 Pet. iii. 15. Be ready to. give an Anfvoer to every Man. Above the Dome, were thefe Words, out of Htb. iv. 14. Let us hold fafl our Profcffion; and the Comfort, from J{pm. x. 10. that it is made unto Salvation. Over all, in the Clouds ftood the Name JEHOVAH, and underneath thefe Words, In Celebration of the Second jubilee of the Delivery of the Augsburg ConfeJJion. On the Tower was the Name of tbe King of Greac Britain George II. adorn'd with Pa!m and Laurel- Branches, with tbe Words, Defender of the Faith, which Title his Majefty bears by way of Eminence, and it was therefore particularly apply'd va him upon this Occasion : The Infcription was taken out of a Chron. ii. if. Becaufe the Lord hath loved his People, he hath made thee Kjng over them. On the Weft Choir was a Butto of Luther, with a. Book in his .Right Hand, and this Infcription, taken from 1 'Pet. i. 25. But the-Word cf tbe Lord.endureth for ever ; and this is the Word which is f reached unto you. Falmouth, June 2$:   Yefterday arrived the' Expedition Packet, Clies, in 17 Days from . Lisbon ; at the fame time put in the Queen Caroline, Simmonds, from Rotterdam, for Bilboa   

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