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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - December 19, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Courantv N�. 1911, Saturday, December 19 , 173.0. , 1 n ifil ir , Jlio/cflW^'Nb^ 16. N. S.' cm hi the was N Monday laft, Lieutenant General Romanzof, who bad been fo long in Perfia, arrived here from tbence, and had the Honour to wait, up-Czarina the next Day, by whom - graciotifly received. When the X)uke of Liria, Ambaflador of Spain, bad his jfcudience of Leave, as formerly inention'd, ' be took that Opportunity to prefent M.Don Cafcos to her Czarian Majefty, as Secretary of'the Embafly. Yefterday being the Feftival" of St. Charles Borromeo, vhofe Name the Emperor bears, the fame was celebrated with great Solemnity in The Roman. Catbolick ; and Count WYjUiflau, the Imperial Ambaflador, is preparing to give a mag-, "nificent Entertainment upon that Occafion the ax>th Inftant; when it is believed the Czarina wiH honour it with her Prefence. Father Ijenry .Zumkley, a Francifcan, preached Vefterday in the faid Church, upon Jfaiah i., l. Hearken to me, ye that-follow after Rjgbte-tujhefs, ye that feek^theLord: Lool^ umothei Upek, whence ye are hewn; and to the Hole of the JPitvthertye are digged \ whence he took Qz-j cation to difplay his own fine Talents -and'.. Oratory-in a Panegyrick upon the extraordinary Devoribn "and exemplary Piety of his ^aperial and Catbolick Majefty Charles VI to Vhofe everlafting fame a Quadrangular Obe-, jisk was-erected in the Church; with the following Devices and Infcriptions. \ Over the Pyramid was^the Reprefentation of his Imperial Majefty Charles VI. crown-ihgby Piety, with.this Chronogram, sfc reX IMperllqVe CapVt plettfe De-�- .- CorVs 1 i.e. : May the Emperor be admired for bis Piety: \ Underneath, upon the Obelisk were his Imperial Majefty's Hereditary Kingdoms and JCountries, with this Infcription, - Regis vos Exempla trabantj Follow the Emperor's Example. On the firft Side was the Effigies of the Emperor, and on his Left Hand tbfc Surugo-irig down, with this Chronogram, 1 JiiVd CaroLoIn pletatefVIt fVbLIMIor ;L... VnVs: - ; ./l ^ . h '-Noneever wis of a more fublime Piety than K .. .Charles.  H!ere it muft be obferved, that the fetting Sun reprefented the Emperor's Auguft Aocef-tors,. who are in the Grave; for which Rea-'^p'thejTe Wordi^erc added ~$ Tibi cedimusomnes u.i  -  i&e all yield to you. Upon thefecbndSide of tbe Pyramid, was tfce Effigies of the Emperor again,'with the Moon at his Feet, and this Chronogram, reX pletare f Va CVnCtIS DoMInabltVr oris. The Emperor mil conquer all the World with his Piety: Where by the Moon are reprefeiited, the Enemiesxo �briftenddm j and rhdj|f8JRfords ,are added, Tibi fubfinr cornua Luna?. May the Horns of the Moon be fubjeBed to you. On*he third Side, was the Emperor again, furrounded with a great Nntaher of glittering. Stars, with this Chronogram, IMperll VIVat nVLLl pletate feCVtiDVS. Long live the Emperort who is inferior to none  in Pietyi, By the Stars are meant the Illuftrious States of the Holy Roman Empire, together with all his Imperial Majefty's Friends and Well-Wifhers; upon which Account the following Verfe was added, Rex fua membra fover, membra foventque caput. t The Emperor ajfifts the States, and the States cjfiji the Emperor. Upon the fourth Side was likewife his Imperial Majefty's EffigieS) with a Comet under his Feet, and this Chronogram, �  qV D sis paCIflCVs te iVVat effe rIVM 3 i.e. He is Pacificistsxee,Jlas Pious) The Cumei is a fort of Prognostication of a perillous War j of which, however, his Jmperiai Majefty Charles VI. by his Piety and Prudence, remains Lord and Matter j the Device was, - Piacas hqminefque Deofque> Hie placat Numinis iram ; i. e. . The Emperor conciliates to himfelf the Love of God and Man. Hague, Dec. ft N. S. Two.Days ago the Gecommiteerde ^aden of' South Holland* difpofed of moft of the Subaltern Offices, and .appointed, :. ; . . In Col. Vander Gtppdfi^fminiofHbrCe3 Enfign Henry JohnIPf^h, vJffiet.. - ; 4�Prince William>jfKefle Caflei'jDragoons, M. Melchior van Sorneren van Vryeenes, Lieutenant j and hh WiiliaoA vatiWillemf-dprf, In Lent Gen. Du PoHaft DfiCgTJOBS,'v - M. BAatthew van "Kircbeim, -Lieutenant; and Mi John Francis Brand, En/ivm "In 'Brigadier van Waffenaer'v Dragodns, ' M- Thomas .de Ia_Haye, Captain Liente Scots, . ' M. Dongal Stuarr,- Lieutenant'^ aho1 M. Robert Steedman, Enfign. . InMifvr General de Beam du'Saux's "Foot, Adjutant Laurtnce Mu;der, Enfign.' In Colonel MeuferV Regiment, M. Wiliiain-John-Jacob van Soutelande, Enfign. In the Regiment of .the Margrave Albert of Brandenburg, M. Matthew Cufter, Ca.ptain Lieutenant j M. John van Berenftein, Lieutenant } and M. Beatris-Leonard Holthalb, Enfign. In Lieut. General van KraningenV Horle^ Enfign Jacob- van Bofvelr, Cprw^, In Lieut. General Baron van.KeppelV Foor,v� M, Rudolph-Nicolas Cr;oon, Lieutenant j and M, Abraham-Adrian ven Kopercn, EH' fign. In Colonel Cuninghame*j Scots, M, Arent Grahame, Enfign. Dant^ick, Dec. 4. N. S. Some Letter*. from'Molcow advife, that the Interpreter of M. Nepluef, the Czarina's Refidenr at the Porre, \vas arrived there from Conftantinoplev with Letters from that Minifter, containing in Subftance, *' That he did not believe he " (hould be able to obtain a Publick Audience. of the new Sulran, till he is furnifti'd with " new Credentials: Tbac the Court was " obferved to be very bufy in making Prepa-*' rations for War That the Turks appcar'cl *' tn be more exafperated againft Prince Tha-** mas and the Perfians than ever..' That the �** Report of the new Grand Seignior's ba-4 furrender ar Dilcretior, for want of ProviuV ons ; and that the Sopbi Aould then be entire . Mafterof the^ KingdonfoT^Bab^lon, as well as of .all Arra?d'3.. At Mpfcow they had Advices frorri Dcrbenr, that there had been very lifctlt Sicknefs this Year upon the Frontiers, the. having buried but $60 of theii Menj to jihe Middle" of September laft, where-' as the.jr?fettry'd a.bove 3000 the Year before: That aj she laft Geccra] Review in that Pro>i vince,' it appeared j:h'ac fhey had 48,000 Foot; .45oo: Dragoons, and 6*700 Coflacks and Tar-; tars, and that the 460a Men, who let out from Veronitz in the Month of June laft, were arrived at Aftracan, and daily expected at XJerbcnt, ' Padflow, in Cornxoal, Dec, 14. Yefterdajr in, the Afternoon, failed from hence the IUes Pink, of BriftoK laden here with Wheat, Tbompfon,. for Gibraltar. Wind S. E. Dartmouth, Dec. 4 6 . Yefterday failed ottC of this Port the E.iza^ethand Catherine, Elli?, 'rid the iBraddon, Finch,' both of and from -London*; for Maryland. Now Loading in this Harbour the Newport, Jollip, with Oats and JJarley,- f0r^ London^ Unlading the-Betty of Biddeford, Seiter, with Culm, front Milford. Dealt Dec. 17. Remain |he Katherine^ Gardner, for - j the Walpole, for the ;