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   Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 9, 1730, London, Middlesex                                e WedneUiay, December     1730. ass fetersh&rgb, Nov. S. ft, $ E Gtarfna hat publime^.i Pro-clamation, forbidding the Infpcc-tori of the Cuftoms to cxadt thy higher Chines upon Merchandizes imported froth England and Holland, theft thofr fettled by the Tariff of the late Czar fat# fa Great. By another Proclamation, her Czarian Majefty forbids the Currency of a Coin called Palmes, either in Trade or ojherwife j and orders them to be carry'd to the Mint, and exchanged for other Money. We have lately fent a cdnfiderable Sum of hew Money, coin'd in the Mint here, to Mof-tewi nndef a Guard of Dragoons. Wkrfa*, Nov. 11. N. S.   The King con' tinges in perfect Health.   On Sunday bis Majefty gave Audience to the Deputies of the Tribunal of PeterkOw.  As |h� Affembly of the States of the Electorate of Saxony is fum-mon'd for February next, and 'tis believed tbe King'cannot be there fo foor, we bear that Aflembiy will be put off till hit Majefty '$ Return.  The Coitegue of M. Marcmkic-wi�, Nuncio of tfpita, has delivered to the Regjfter of Grodno, a Proreft againft the faid M. Marctokie wicr'i Ptoteft, which occafion'd the Breaking up of the Dyet. The Subftance ^ifit ij, " That it was not by virtue of his * fttftruAioos, that M. Marcinkiewicz de-^ minded the Diploma of Ele&ion* made in ,* favour of Count Maurice of Saxony, to be deliver'd up j bot that he did it of his * own Head, and by the Inftigation of ibme * others." The Affeflbrial Tribunal is ftifi fitting here. Cppnhtgen, Nov. It. K. S.   the King has quitted his Refidence at Fredericksburg, and came to Town on Wednefday !aft, with *b* whole Court. All his Majefty'* Apart-tnentt in the Palace are hang*d with Mourning; ind we are flatter'd with, the Hopes of the Court's tefid.tog here throughout the rear e� Mourning. All the Damm Officers, both of Hor(e and Fopr, are order'd to.lift none but Natives in the King's Service. M. Levenobr, Principal Secretary of State, is made Firft Cotnraiflioner of the Admiralty; and Major-General Staflfelt has obtainrd the Office of Great Bailiff of Wybufg; The King has no. nsinated M.Lemmer, Counfcllorof the Get-man.Chancery, to go in quality of Councilor of the EmbaJTy to the Court of France. .  FimnSt Nop. t8. N.vS* Two Days ago* the Emperor held 1 Council of State ; after which, he gave Audience to feyeral Perfont. Yefterday bis Imperial Majefty took the -Di-veriion of Hunting in the Neighbourhood of Xtofribacb. Thefame Pay, tjfr jCbuhtefs of Rajftia* took Leave of the Court, being upon (he rjoint of returning to Copenhagen. We fee an Article iri theIta|ia&Gat^e, print-' ' tfS here, afforibg theFobficfc, tfot tbetctfas %9^ondfortbe Report which was fpread in "TeJM||I Places,; that Friar Dominick, a ' Dominican Monk in the Service of the late Pope Benedict XllL having been accufed at Rome of {andry Felonies, wet imprifoned there; for that the (aid Friat retired from Home the latter ftod of Augeft hA, with the jjrefeht Pbpe'i Leave} and tHat tie is now in the Conveotjof Maraloha'.ih the kingdom of Naples. HaMurgh, Nov. 14. N. $. They write from Berlin; that the Prince Royal of Prufiia's Court win be co^poird ot a Marfhal; 2 Cbambbrlains, 4 Gentlemen of the Bed. Chamber; and '6 Foremen. From Hanover we are jidvifed, that che Field Marftial Bulau bad fent for fome Heads of Regiments, td communicate to rbcm the Orders he had received from the King of Great Britain $ that they continued the new Levies in tharjile&o-rate; and that fome PruiTians and Wolfem-butteit-rs were daily expected in the Bifhoprick tif Htidefhiem, to execute tbe. Imperial Corf> miflibn Wkrfuvf, Nov. i  doth from a Trade to Spain, if it could be ued upon the fame Foot as other Na- tions ; the^ have refplved td prefect 4 A^e-moriai to tlie King; praying him to fend a Minifter to Spain, io negotiate a Treaty of Commerce, and offering to defriy a Part of the Expencfe bf that fimbairy: The King, hal ibnt Orders iff Cafe); foK pubHfoing f Pro. damatidn to pfobibitand turbid, aH-Uts Mai jefty sGerman Subfecis to lilt in Foreign Set-vice; and to Tutrimon thofe who are engaged, to return within 3 Months. Itambbrgfr, Nov.. 18. N. S� They wrlt^ from Copenhagen, that the King bad order'd a Lift to be taken^ of all the PriJbners in his JDominiotis, with a Specification of the Crimed Denmark having notified to his Polilh Majefty they are accufed of, his Majefty defigning to the Death of the King his Father, this Court releafe fuch of them as are wtirthy of it- upon will gb into Mourning for 6 Months.  On the Day of his Coronation; and it wasevea the^th, the CdVihi de Weiaetk, Ambaffadof reported, tbac the Cduht de Rantiau would of the* Emperor, Bad a Private Audience of be of the Nurtiber j bur this was thought the King; as had likewife the Marquis de doubtful.  It may be heveHhelefs true, that Monti^ Ambaffadorof France, the 13tb.  Sir the King has fent Orders to M. de Wiebej Luke Schawbi Minifter of the King of Great- -Viceroy, of Isforway, tb give that Count a Britaini is (Hortiyexpecaed here, from Dref- little, more Liberty than formerly.^   They; denj with an important Commiflion. The contagious Sickhefs ftitt makes a great Ha *dck ar Cboczim and thereabout. Dint yak, No*, 'ii. N: $.  The Palatines add, that the King has likewife demanded a Lift of the Domeftieks of tbe late Queen hit Mother, with defign to give them either Employments or Penfldns; tbat his Majefty a Prefent to the* Of Calm and MtfiejibjUg hm deta^'d fonie Jad, mad> a Frefcntjo *e^W^ Troops 10 putfet^&ftrof * tiand of Rob- Culmb^b, bfJ^e Pat�J he hvedy there oers,   who ban lat&y made Excurfton* in .before his A^eOion to the Throiie jinff great Bodies info Polilh Rruiria/an^ftvenriri. .he had at%� d the z Princes, bis, Sons, ^Se to the Territoriea of thU City. '.Where tsMf ^e?ff       profit/or #,;th| ^mt^n^ce^f have committed great Diforders, and fee ifire their Houtoolds;  Letters from MeckTembhr| 'to feveral Houfes," $o�e Advices from WaN . atfvife; ibat a Mandate^ of; the Subdelggated ftw fay, the Minivers of the Powers cohcern'd iti the Treaty of Olita. having deliver'd td the VicerCH�ocello>, "aj&emwial containing tbe Grievances which tbey defire may be re* drefs'd, and the{^ict-dhanfcello'r^havmg Cdm-miinicatf d that Metnociai to the $�ing( bis Majefty was-gtatioudy pleafed to anfwer, .that he would take Care the faid Minifters fhould havd ample Satisfaction be/or.e he left Warfaw; and that upon the 15th, his Majefty affifterf in Fcffos at a- Conference held upon; that Shbkcx by the Senators who were at Warfaw. They add, that upon the Hews they had received of the Dethtobemenc Jal -CJommifiioners hadtieeh fiibllfoe^ at $oftpcfc dated the 8th Inftant, containing in Subiian($, ^;Tb� ih regafd' the T>: of Micktembjirg-" Swerin, is wftng Men to retnfbrceithdSioi >'* rifon pf Swferih, contrary to the exprefrTe^ nburof the ferialOHinance5o^ffie'litb ^ of jjiiy Iaft j and that the faid'Pripc^dofc '�. Uicewife, ia. Prejndice of the,Ch|fttlof cution, rate; �ont,rihi^KW >* tants ot that Dutcliy ;? thVSi#fetej^&l Gomroilfioners .hjtier thpught' fit,.tbjM&l '*� the inhabhahts. to lift in,.fe' pfjnCeJ* *' Troops; or to pay him any Taxes; Decla-Hng wifcbal, that they arfe fd fir  from Sultan Acbmet, the King propofed to the Se- �* Jjindrihg the Subjects of Medclembo* nate the fending of^Solemn Emba0^tq JCon- ' ** frofei going tb Swerin ;aboiit their Bufinefs/ ftantinople, ^tompfiment the new Sultan 0p^ u ^hetb>f it be in' tb^CoofM Jdf JtiftHSei- �r oh his A^ceutm &%ke throne. pi tovend their Gbmmotfitres,or antbtber Stockfrlt, Nov, .ft, N. S;  Qn thejjjthi ��, ^ughef^ provided it be not of a SdfpTCibiis "        -- ^w^l ^tfiey have orde^^a^ Cer& of |ti\e Troops of Execduon ^-h'o'^ the Count ds Cafteja, Aajbatfad^rftf France, teceived ah Exotfft ftclm* Coon: The i^0aft;.lit'M^:#^%d&e of the King, to eomattiritate to m� ok Co|*je*ts of hi* Di^he^^lHa'laid be. delire4 his ' w and reuafti without offeringtbea*; tbe'!e^ " Violence whatever/ &i&:Mti&^-.:n<&^ : ^e�h^iNo^i$.u^      did* the Troops inthe.Pajr of the KiofrJiifrMa- ; Inffaht the Coort went in^dtefe MourtH* ^riitay; bfr *^fjtO;mar^-al;^ .Hour's ; foKthedeceafedking. BiittBoti�h His Afc* Warning.      Qmt^mved'.^mo^ct ^yhaf.begWfo'appea^ Day. from the Cooft of PoJantfi who imme- 
                            

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