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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - April 20, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Goufanti 1nt� 8 Foreigners of Diftin&ion, who were prefent. �>refden, April 17. N. S. On Wednefday in the Afternoon, the King fet out for Frauftat. His Majefty was attended only by the Count de Friefe* Lord Chamberlain of the Houfhold, and M. de Brubl : They lay that ' - Qirnnv in the -j. ocucrai Lcwcnunrj who is going in the Quality of Envoy-Extraordinary of the King of Denmark, to execute a Commiffion of Importance at the Court of Berlin. our laft Advices from the Dutchy of'Mecklenburg^ Af* fairs there continue upon the old Foot, nrir do they expect any considerable Alteration to be made in them, unlefs tbe'Em;per6TiW0u'd refer the Grievances of Duke Charles--Leopold to the TJyet at Ratisbon, and live in good Harmony with the King of Great* Britain. The Affair of the Murder of Goi. Rathlau is examining with theftrideft Severity 5 and Capt.OertZ, who is charged with being the principal A&dr therein", will in aH pro; bability meet with* a rigorous Sentence, teeters from Mofcow, of the 31ft of March, brought the Czarina's Proclamation for her Coronation, the Subftance whereof is as follows, "0 VERY Body knows in what mannerf our Hereditary Throne of [he Ruffian Empire is, through the unlpeakable Good-nels of Almighty God, devolved upon us; and that all our Subjects have thereupon; as by Duty bound, taken an Oath of iti� violable Fidelity to us, as their Rightful, and Natural Sovereign Lady ; Wherefore; as we are tauybt by God's holy Word; that the Hearts of Kings are in his Rule and Governance, and that he does dilpofe and rum them as ir.feemeth beft to his Di� vine Wifdom j and it is moreover in Cotni pliance with the Cuftam of Chriftian Mo-narchsj who as a Teftimony of their Gratitude have always been anointed and crowned in the Houfe of God; we do hereby,after the Chriftian and laudable Example) of our Ancestors now with God, publick-ly acknowledge before all the World, that the (uprcmc Government of this great and. renowned Empire, which we have how taken upon us, was derived to us wholly and folely from God ; and that, with the Favour 0.' his Bleffing and Protection, we  defign to take upon us the Crown and other I{egalia of the Empire in xViotcow; at a General Aflembly to implore the Mercy and Blefling of God, in the Month of April, 1730. '3 Deal, April 17. Remain the Kent, Wheel *or Guinea j the Lady Amelia, How, the Dove, Bourn, both for Jamaica ; heSuccefs, ^.ider, for Limerick; the America, Noble; he Mattba, Potts, for New England ; the Uolden Fleece, Compton, fur Exon ; the Tom ind Jack, Fergufon, for Lisbon ; the Orata-;ia, Guy, for the Canaries; the India .Mer- '.hant, Barlow, for--; the Prince of Aftu- ies, Blackburn, for the South Seas ; the Wil-iam and Barbara of Scarborough, Moor, for Limington, and fome Coafters. This Day arrived the London, Savage, from Leghorn -the Lemon, Blackabie, from Lisbon  th& Ann, Speed, from Cadiz. Wind S. W. Deal, April 18. Yefterday came down bis Majefty's Ship Blandford  the Mary,' Bowls, for Seville. This Day cane down the Fortune, Cutberr, for Havre ; the Mary* Glafs, for Lisbon, who failed with the Our, ward-bound in my laft, remain, hu: are preparing to fail. Yefterday arrived his Majefty's Ship the Tartar, and failed through: from the Weftward without any Stop. This Day arrived the Queen Caroline, Cook, from St. Ubes for Norway, and is (ailed* Wind N. W. Graveferid, April 17. Paffed by the Edward, Palefton, from Lisbon j the Providence, Rowland Vifcount, from Sallee ; rhe Dolphin, Thomas Collins, and the Charles and Maty Charles Curtis, frorft Rotterdam. ..... LONDON. Count. Degenfelt is fhortly exp>�ted wirft i Commiffion from the King of Pruflia to His Majefty. . . . ! , . The Account in nioft of.the Papers, or" Mr;' RouTe of Hampjtead having pleaded his Pirdoii on the firft Day of this Term; is fo far from being true, that there are no Order^ p'ven for a Pardon to pafs'the Seals," ribf has {fie Lord Chief juftfee yet made his Report. On Friday being the firft Sittings of the King'3 Bench in London, the Lord Chief Juttice came down, but no Caufe was try'd ; there were two tmer'Ji battheonewas^ccornmadared; andtH JQfsfed ;