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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - October 31, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courant. Saturdays O&ober 31, 1730. --,1. Petersburg, 08. id. N. S. ON rbe 8tb Inftai% arrived here two Merchant-Ships from Spain*, which are actually unloading, that the Goods may be lent to Mofcow by the Canal of Ladoga before the Froft. We are told that General Jagozin&ki has been declared Governor-General of the Provinces' cbnquer'd from Sweden j and (hat he is to come and , refide here. An Ordinance has been publifhed, which enjoins all the Go. vernors of their refpe&ive Places in the faid Provinces, to give Pafports gratis to all fuch Gentlemen and other Perlons as fliall have Occafion to go to Sweden upon their private Affairs. The Surveyor of her Czarian Majefty's Works, who refides here, has received Orders to go to Olonitz to build a Palace for the Czarina, according to a Model that has been fent him for that purpofe, Nher Majefty being refolved to go and drink the Waters there next Summer, and to make fomeftay there. The. Troops of thcfe Provinces, who were ordered to keep themfelves in a continual Readinefs to march, are' gone into the Winter-Quarters aflign'd them.;.'Tis written from Mofcow, that the. Coutipl-of ,War have fent Orders to the Generals of the Troops inA*he Ukraine, to have a watchful Eye upon the Motions of the Tartars, and to forbid the Officers to be abfent from their Pofts without Leave. Danttfclt, OBober 14. N.S; Don Mamie!, Infante of Portugal, is gone thro* this Place on his Return to Italy from Mofcow; That Prince exprefs'd a particular Satisfaction with the Honours' that were paid him both at Mofcow and upon the Road. Men, reafpn very differently upon the Occaflon of his Journey, the real Motive whereof cannot yet be penetrated. Odenfee, in tb^JJle of Fjonia, or Fatten, 08k 15. N. S. The Prince Royal of Denmark, the Princefs his Confort, and the" Margravine of Culmbach-fiareith arrived here from Copenhagen the 9th Inftant, with Dr. John Diederich, a famous Phyfician of Frederick-ftat, who was fent for by the King of Denmark. The nth, being' the Anniverfary of his Danifh Majefty's Birth.day, it was celebrated, not with Diversions, but with Publick^ Prayers for the .Recovery of his Health. In the Evening, though the King was very weak, a Privy Council was holden in his Chamber, when his Majefty gave the Order of the Elephant to M de Pfeffen, Great Chamberlain to the late Prince Charles. A-bout Ten o'Cloek at Njghr, the King grew very faint, and falling into Agonies, gave up the Ghoft the nth at Two in the Morning, aged 59 Years and x Day, being born Oct' 11.167z. That Ptince (whofe Name was Frederick, the Fourth of the Name; was the Son of Chriftian V King of Denmark and Norway, whom be fucceeded Aug. 25, 1699; and of Charlocte-AmeJia of Hefle. He marry'd Lou ife,'Daughter of Guftavus-Adolph us,Duke of Mecklemburg-Guftraw* who died March 15, 1711 5 and by whom fhe had a Prince born in 1697, and died in 1698 ; Chriftian, Prince-Royal, now King of Denmark, who was born Dec 10, 1699 $ Frederick-Charles, born in 1701, died in 17Q2; George, born in 17*3, died in 1704 ; and Charlotte Amelia, Princefs of Denmark, born Oct 6,1706. He marry'd, to his fecond Wife, April 4, 1721, Anne-Sophia of Reventlaw, Dutchefs of Siefwick, Daughter to the late Count Reventlaw, Chancellor of Denmark. By this Second Venter he had Iffue, Chriftiaria- Amelia, born Oct 23, .1713, died Jan. 8, 17244 and Frederick-Chriftian, born June 1, 1726; died May 15,1727: The new King Chriftian VL marry'd Aug. 7, 1721, Sophia-Magdalen, Daughter to Chriftian-Henry, Marquis of Brandenburg- Culmbac.h>Bareifh, by Whom he has had Frederick, born March 31, 1.713� a�d. Louife, born 0& 19, 1726. Swerin, Off. 20. N. S. Some Days ago, feveral Deputies arrived here from Buzow, to acquaint the Duke of Mecklemburg, that upon the Refufal that the fecond Burgoma-fter and other Inhabitants of that Place had made to appear at Roftock, and juftify themfelves. with regard to a Refolution taken by the Burghers to fpend thelaft Prop of their Blood in bis Highoefi^ Defer^e, a Company of Lunenburg Foot came into their Town, and took away feveral Inhabitants, and carried them to Roftock: The fecond Burgo-mafter had the good Fortune to efcape, and to retire hither. Other Burghers have been fince carried off from different Towns, and convey*d to Roftock, where the five Burgo-mafters of Buzow, Gadebufcb, Criviz, Steen-berg, and Grabau, are ftill in Prifon, together with the Town-Clerks of the two laft Places. Drefden, 08. 21. N. Si On the 18th Ifi. ftant, the Electoral Prince of Saxony di. fpatched one of his Gentlemen to Berlin^ with a Letter to the King of Pruffta. An F.xprefs from Odenfee if gone thro' this Place, on his way to Grodno, to carry the News of the Death of the King of Denmark. Twd Waggon Loads of Money, lately arrived here from Leypfick, under a Guard of Dragoons, are fet forward to Poland, with fome other Effects. The Field Marfhal Count de Wackerbartb has received Orders from the King to enjoin the Officers to be mindful to raife their Recruits with all poffi-ble Regularity and Expedition ; to obferve with the greateft Exa&nefs the Capitulations granted to the Soldiers they fliall enlift; and tadeliver within a limited Time the State of their Company's Account, that the General Comroiflion of War thiy fake Care to pay them what is their due. They talk of recalling the natural-born Subjects of this E-lectorafe, who are in Foreign Service, iu order to give them Employs at home. Paris, 08. n. N; S. The Duke of Libia's 3 Sons, the Eldeft of which is but 11 Years of Age, arriv'd the 24th at Madrid, to ftudy in the College of Harcourr. Ther� is lately come put here a new Book, entitled^ The Amazons Revolted, a Modern Romauce by way of Parody on the Hiftory of the Uni-verfe and Fable, with Political Notes upon the Labours of Hercu'.es, Military Chevalry, and the Ducovery of the New World, &c. by Den Luis le Maingre de Bouciquault* Knight, Colonel of Dragoons in the Service of his Catholick Majdty. Ibis Book con1-eludes with ihefe Words: " That if the Spa* " niardswere Alcides in difcovering theNeW " World, they mult be Neptunes if they ma^uJ ** tain themfelves there. Copenhagen, 08. 28. N. S. The Court i* ftill at Fredericksburg, where the King holds a Council every Day. His Majefty will appoint Commiflioners to examine into the Affair of the Bifhop and Counfelior Deich-man, who has been arrefted at Chriltiania,' and is bringing hither, with all his Papers fealed up. Great Preparations are making at Odenfee for the late King's Funeral. The" Danifh Ship bound to China is fail'd with a> fair Wind. Cohgn, 08 31. N. S. In the Eyffel afttt Places adjacent, ihey have had a good deal; of .Snow within thefe fe^- Days. Hamburg, 08. 31. N. S* "fis wfitteff from Kiel, that the Count de BafTe.whz did not appear in Perfon Yefterday before thS Commiflioners there, but fent them two Letters by his Secretary, one to the Duke of Holfteyn himfeif, and the other to the faid. Commiflioners, wherein he 1. excepts againft the Count Vander Natb, and both the Coun-fellors Laffeft and Trywal j 2. demands a Copy of the Articles againft him ; and 3. a Pafport for the tran fading of his Affairs, M. de, Baffewitz, Brother co the Count abevemen-tion'dj who was Privy. Counfelior to theBy (hop of Eutin, has taken bis Leave of that Court. Dartmouth, 08ober 17'. This Day failed out of Port the Anne, of and for Dublin, Finch, from London, but is pet back again into Torbay, the Wind being at W. Came in a Dutch Dogger, from Hamburg, for? Bourdeaux. Remain here the John, of and from London; the Colvertj for Carolina,' and the-, of Topfham, Brown, for. O* porto. Southampton, OBober 27. Since my laft came in the Jofeph and Benjamin, of Hamble, Dorman, from Bordeaux, with Prunes, &c* for Oftend. Sailed the Mary, of and for Jerfey, Luce; the John and Peter, Perchard; and the George and Jane, AUez, both of and for Guernfey. Corves, 08eber 17. Came in the Dori Francifco, Salter, of and from London, for Lisbon, and the Bumpftead, of and London, Dumerefque, for Cork. Pool, 08ober 28. Arrived the Ge_,_, May, and tha William and Mary* Linthorne, both from Newfoundland* orgej
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