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Daily Post (Newspaper) - November 19, 1823, London, Middlesex The Daily Pol Tuesday, November 19, 1725. Yefterday arriv'd two Mails from Flanders, and one from Holland. Mofeox% OSoher z6, towuuki M>i"i Eneral or the Czar's Domefticks ar-1 S� U rjy'd jjWC on tjlc 2^tjj fr0m Peters- bourg, by whom we are fnform'd, that their C2arilh Majeffies with their whole Court will be here the Middle or November. Yefter-day there arriv'd an Expre& from Peterfbourg, with Difpatches of Importance tor the young Count Czeremetoff,'who is gone from hence EmhafFador to.'Conitan.tiriople 5 which Exprefs deliver'd his Letters to the Regency here, who have fent them forward by another Exprefs, who fpeaks the Turkilh Language, and will, *tis believ'd, overtake the Embaffador before he can arrive at the Porte. By Order of our Regency one Regiment of Dragoons and fome of Foot are gone to port themfejves on the Road from Oionitz to this City, to appear there under Arms when their Czariih M2jefties pafs by ; after which thofeof Foot will pur-fue their March towards Aftracan without Lofs of Time. The Czar has fent Orders to clear all the Prifons and puniih the Criminals before his Arrival, and there being fome Highwaymen frill in Prifon, will be try'd without Delay. Four Days ago feveral Domefticks with the Equipage of the Perlian Em-baffador arriv'd in this City from Peterfbourg, and hehimfeif is daily expefled; but we can not conceive how he will be able to get to the young Sophi, feeing that Mire-Wiy's Troops and thofe of the Turks, have feiz'd all the Pafles, through winch he'rmsff of Neccffity pafs, unlefs he will take the Route of Der-oent, and there wait for a favourable Opportunity of going to the Court of the Prince his Matter. On the �oth arriv'd an Officer fent by the Governor of Derbent, having 'Prince Gagarin's Paffport, who i� come from Derbent to Aftiacan with the Veffels who carried .th* Jaft Convoy to the a"rft of thefe Phtes. This Officer who is commanded to acquaint the Czar by Word of Month with the true Pofture of Affairs in that Country, purfu'd on the 21ft his Way towards Peterfbourg, and as he went through this-Phce he give us the following Account: That lince the laft A�tion in which the Forces of Mire-Weys were woriled and put to Flight, nothing remarkable has happen'd, and that according to-the Report of the panics who had been fent to get Intelligence, moftor' the Emmy's Troops had bent their March towards Perfia, and the reft towards Georgia; that lince that A&ion a great many Chriftian Periiansand Armenians had abandon'd Mire-Weys's Party, and were come to join curs, and that the Prince Gaga-lin-defign'd- to form them into a Regiment : Never-thelefs we have receiv'd ajmoft contrary Advices by Merchants come from Tartary, who allure, that a great Body of Tarkilh Troops, who had join'd thofe of Mire- Wcys, kept the Fortref* of Andreoff clofely block'd up, and that unlefs a ftrong Reinforcement foon join'd the Czariih Troops, they might eahly be driven from their new Conquers next Campaign, feeing the Porte was firmly refelved tjSaflirf Mire-Weys with all its Strength. The fame Merchants add. That the Aflion in which, Mire-Weys .had been worried^ was not of any great- Confequenoe, and that he retreated only for Want of Provifioris arid Forage for fits Men and Horfes. Gohre^ Nov. ty. The King of Pruflia has refolded tofet out to-morrow on his Return to Berlin. 'Tis allured, that the Court will return to Hanover in 5 or 6 Days, and that his Britanrrrck Majefty wal in a few Days after, be going front thence to return into England. Cologne-, Jffov.-ig. After the Death of his rttofl Serene Ele&oral Htghnefs at his.Refidenceof B/bn, E*� preges were difpatchd to Monfch,Mun&er,and to the MinifleTs of the Ele<3dral Hoafe of Bavaria in the Cevfltal Courts of Europe* to. notify this Deatii. The Chapter of our Metropolitan, who have taken upon- -th��felve* the Government of the Eteftorate 'till they receive Orders from the moft Serene Prince, Biihop of Manftcr and Padtitomefcfied Ccia4ju*arj have fent their Commands to the Priefts of the Arch-bUkoprick to recite in theii Mafles a Colk�t for the Repofe of the Soul of the deceasii Efe&o& Xtitittt firft News that the Chapter of the CathexUaTotiakw receiv'd of this Death, they took JhRftneSr VkA&Wt Regency oFthat Prinripalrty, and'have futrimbttd: to their Refidence the abfent Canons. Tffe (ft&as'd lhop of Frefinehen and of Ratif^on 'in i<78L bilhopand Ele�or of Cologrt, and Provbft df Bet$h-tolfgaden; in 1094 Biihop of Hildefheittiand ^Oce and Biihop of Liege, and then.he Klign'dttieSfec of Ratifboh, but was te-ele�ted towards the find ot ^the fame Year, andrefign it again in 1716 in Fayotit-.of his Nephew Clement Anguftta, 4U1 Son of Bror ther Maximilian. Emanuel Ele&or of Bavaria. Jntwerp) Nov. zz. We have Advice from Bfqgeli of the 10th Inftant, that an Englifh Veflel of 400 Tuns was arriv'd there from the River of TbameSj and defign'd for the Service of bur India Comfjarnr. BrvJJeh, Nov- zz. On the ipth the Marqiieft de Prie deliveredr to the Direftors of our India-Company, whom he had fent for on purpofe, thejEmpe* jor's Patent with the new Alterations. The fame Day was publilhd the Writing drawn up by Order of the Government, and which, pretends to refute the DilTertation pobliih'd in Holland againft rhe eftar bliihrnent ofc our India Company.. M.'Nenny the Fifcal, is the Author of this Writing, and not M* ..it kh 01 cne uutwara ooona snips remain ma ntm; Came in IromYarmouth the Expedition,Capr. Bourn) Prophet Samuel, Capr. Thomas, and the Cato, Capt. Gelt from Guinea; alfp theClapham Capt. Hallum, fiom Oporto. Wind S. E. Demi, Nov. 16. The Outward-bound remain ftill here. Came down the Madera Merchant,Capt. Coble for Madra. Came iri from YarovJuth the Fifcer, Capt. Watfon for Vienna. Arrived the Salley, Capt. Ewre; Indith, Capt. Holland, and Endeavour, Capt* Harris, from Barbadoes. WindS. London, November ro.. The Rev. Mr.Naylor5Chancellox and Prebendary 6$ Salisbury, is made Deputy-Clerk of the Clofet to Ha Majefly junderthe Bilhpp-ofV^inehfiifter, Mr. Benfieid, formerly a' Holier in'Cotnhilf, hath purchafed the Place of Water-Bailiff,; an Oftjc� of grear Credit and Profit under the Rt. Hon. the i&dk Mayor of this City. In the Votes ot theIriOi Parliament ef Nov. have, among others; following ^wtkulats, That a Bill had then pafs d both. Iripufes For amending thefevpd Uavi now in font) ^1 ^im^ag^g ytbc Hempen 'andrFt*xen MiihffaXuri* m tm^^&mro!^ for ,th*$UTthar IraftovMtnt thtnofi Andttetfeii .after ddivi^arthr.labj^ where the fame were again read, and are as toOo*, That the Petitioner hath luily piovtdtW , of his Petition*
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