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Daily Courant (Newspaper) - June 9, 1730, London, Middlesex The Daily Gbti^ahf k� 894; Tuefday, June 9, 173,6. Hamburgh, June 6, N. S. TH E Coronation of the Ciarina of Mucfovy was folemniSed in the following manner. On the tbof May in the Morning, the Guards and fome other Regiments, under the Com-mand of Lieutenant-General Ufcbakof, and M ajor General Boreztinski, march'd to the Court-Yard of the Palace, and pofted them-felves from her Czarian Majefty's Apartment, to the Bridge and John's-Square. At Seven o'Clock ail that were copcern'd in the Ceremony met in very rich Habits; the Gentlemen in the Great Hail, and the Ladies near the Czarina's Apartment, and others in the Church. Ac Eight o* Clock, the Regalia of the Empire were carried into the Hall of Audience, by feverai Colonels, accompanied by a Matter of the Ceremonies, a Herald, and a Detachment of the Chevalier-Guards, and placed upon a Table to the Right of the Throne, under a Canopy, where the principal Minifters of State ftood ready to carry them before her Majefty in Proceflion. * Mean while the Clergy were putting up Prayers in the Metropolitan Church for the Czarina's happy Reign. At Nine o'Clock, half the Life Guards being drawn up in two Ranks, the Signal was made by Kettle Drums and Trumpets, that her Majefty was ready to go to Church $ whereupon every one that had any Bufinefs there repaired to bis Poft; the Bells were fet a Ringing,- and the Proceflion began thus : 1. The Pages. 2. The Deputies df Eftonia and Livonia, to the Number of 114. 3. The General of the Coffacks. 4. Four other Generals. 5. Two Brigadiers as Heralds. 6. The Hcgalia, to wit, the Mantle, borne by the Privy Counfellor Soitikof, aflifted by a General, and two Lieutenant Colonels : The Globe, by the Privy Counfellor Prince C"zerkaski, and two Lieutenant Colonels : The Scepter, by the Privy Counfellor (now) Cbunt Ofterman, and two Lieutenant Colonels ; and the Crown by the General Field Marfhal Prince Trubetskoi, and two Colonels. 7. The Great Marfhal of the Court Lo-wold. 8. The Marflial of the Empire Prince Gal-Hczin. 9. The Czarina,, under- a ftately Canopy borne by fix Major Generals, and the Taffeis held by fix Lieutenant Generals. . 10. The Great-Mafter of the Houfhold Soitikof, with 6 Chamberlains bearing her Majefty's Train, 11."The Lord High Chancellor Count Golofskin On one Side of the Czarina, and the Field Marfhal Prince Dolgorucki on the other, having behind them two Chamberlains and 5 Page.. 12. The Ladies of the Court of the firft and fecond Rank. 13. The Knights of the Court, with 24 of the chief Nobility. 14. Twelve of the principal Citizens. 15. The other Half of the Life-Guards, with their Officers, Being come to Church, the Czarina was received at the Church Door by the Clergy in Proceflion. Her Majefty afcended the Throne erected there: The Regalia were laid upon a Table by her; thofe that bore them, ftood by her Side, and thofe of her Retinue went to. their proper Places. The High Chancellor*and; Prince Dolgorucki placed themfelves behind her Majefty j and the Great Marflial Prince G*alliczin, who had handed her. up the Steps of the Throne, was upon the Jowermoft Step whilft �he Liturgy was read. Wherr her Majefty, after the Prayers and Communion,* went to be anointed, the Crown wis placed upon her Sacred Head by the Great Marflial, the,High Chancellor, a^nd Prince Dolgorucki* who received it again as foon as that Ceremony was over. The Floor her Majefty went over to be anointed, was covered with a rich Carpet of Velvet wrought with Gold. After Anointing, her Majefty went td St. Michael's Church, the Count de Brufs following her, and throwing GoJd and Silver Medals ail the way a* mong the People, which he took out of three . rich Bags carried by Privy Counfellors. From Church her Majefty went to the Senate, to receive the Compliments of her Relations. TheCount.de Brgfs was ordered to have a Quantity of Gold Medals ready there, which the Czarina herfelf prefented to them upon a Gold Waiter. Thence her Majefty was conducted to Dinner with the greateft Solemnity, where (he alfo fat upon a Throne undet a Canopy, and was ferved by her Chief Minifters. The Difhes were uflier'd in by Cadefs of the Guards, and placed upon the Table by the Marfhals with the Bending of the Knee, all thellluftrious Company were magnificently entertained at other Tables $ and the Populace had two Oxen roafted, befides other Eatables, and Plenty of Red and White Wine, &c. Upon Occafion of this Coronation, her Czarian Majefty made a great Promotion of Offic rs both Civil and Military. Her Majefty has confirmed the Penfion of 20,000 Rubles a Year fetiled upon the Duke of Blankenburg by the late Czar Peter II. and the Penfions of feverai Minifters of State; fothat her Accefion to the Throne is Matter of general Joy. Plymouth, June $. Since riay laft came in the William and Thomas of Topfliam, Taylor, from Bremen, with Linnen for Briftol ; the Adventure of and from London, Powell, with Debenture Goods for South Carolina ; the Mary of Waterford, Carnesburough, from Crofwick, with Salt for the Ifle of Man ; the Expedition of Brunt Ifland, Wittst from Dunbar, with Corn for Lisbon ; the Seafare of and for Plimouth, Robertfon, from Guern. fey. Came ?n his Majefty'sShip the Blarid-ford from Spithead for Bofton ; tfie Catherine of and from Southampton, Warwick, with Corn for Calais. Dartmouth, June 5. Yefterday came in here the Society of and for this Place, Grigg with Culm for Wales  .the Beginning of Biddefordj Cbappel, with Culm from Wales; the Owner's Goodwill, of and from Newca-ftle, Thompfon, with Coals, anchored in our Road j the Margaret of this Place, John --, from Newcaftle, with Coals for France; the Ann of Weymouth, Manfelr, with Culm from Tenby; the Providence of and for Tinby, Davis, from Wales. Liverpool, June 5.. The 28th Ulr. the Or> mond's Succefs of this Place arrived at Kin- fale from Nevis, and proceeded for Lob-don. j Briftol, June 6. This Morning arrived] here the Betty Galley, Kennedy, j� 7 Weeks from Jamaica j there came out the Matilda^ Gethens, the Birch, Turner, and the Benedict, Raymond, all for this Port, in 1 o Days before the Betty; the Willoughby Sormners, Pennell, the Goldfinch, Harris, came out with the Betty, for this Port, /ang' the Friend-fhip, from Carolina, and jurvnow the PenfiU vania Merchant, from Ditto, and the Sduth-well, Lilly, from the North Side of Jamaica^ iu 9 Weeks. , * Pool, June 6. Arrived the Cottam| Newel, from South Carolina; came out in Company with him the Greyhound, qiE Briftoi, and 9 Sail more for New England.; Deal, June 7. Remain the Mermaid, Burchill, for Africa; the Don FrancifcoJ Salter, and the Betty, Blake, both fot LiP bon ; the Williamsburgb, Hanney, for Gi-. braltar, all the reft, failed Yefterday. This Day arrived his Majefty's Ship the Chatham^ from Jamaica, and feverai Ships net fpokft with, WindS. W, Gravefend, June 8. Pafled by the Reco? very, Robert Wheatle, from Jamaica^ the Ormond's Succefs, John Hays> from Nevis^' and the Harleqein; Edwird Tydej frorii Boulogne. \ LONDON. . . . The Rt. Hon. the Mafter of jhe Rolls fats Yen fterday in the Chancery Court, Weitminfter, lot the Lord High Chancellor. . ^ Laft Night his Lordlhip cade to Town from his Country Seat. Yefterday the Earl of Wilmington took th*e Oaths in Chancery as Lord Privy Seal. Yefterday, about 10 3-Clock in the Mornings their Majefties came in an open Chatte, with the reft of the Royal Farxfily in Coaches, into Hyde-Park. His Majefty; his Royal Highh'efs the. Prince of W*!es, and his Royal Highnefs thfc Duke, immeoiarely mounted on Horfeback, and rode from Right to Left of the th ee Regiments of Foot Guards, who were drawn up in a Linej and were faluced by every refpedrive Officer; vthey afterwards wenr iri the Rear from Left to Right. Her Majefty, with the reft of :he Royal Family, continuing in their Coaches in t�e Center of the Line. His Majefty, his Royal Highr nefs the Prince of Wales, and his Royal Highnefs the Duke, difmounted and faw the three Regii ments perform rheir Exercife, which they v/ent thro* by Morion, of a Pair of Colours, which a Major flourished in the Center of the Line ;' aftei: which his Majefty faw every Company march by him four in a Rank'; then the Regiments drew up again in a Line,- and fited feverai times' in Platoons, and made feverai general Firing^' with which his Majefty was very well pleafedj and continued in the Park rill between Two Sad, Three of the Clock, When .their Majefties, witH the reft of, the Royal Family, returned ro.Rich-i mo'nd. There were prefenc a great Concourfe of Nobility and Gentry in the Park. ....<, Sir Charles Wills, Colonel of che FirftvRegf* men of Foot Guards, being lame of the Gout could not be at the Head df his Regrntenf }/nut the Right Hon, the Earl of Scarborough, Colonel of the Second Regiment, and the Earl of .Dun-; more, Colonel of the Third Regiment, paid then! Refpefts to his Majefty with their Half Pikes ac the Head of their refpeflive Regiments. , i The Horft Guards made a.Lioe in. the Fr�nr and Flank from Right to Left of the three Regiments^ which took up a great Extent of Ground,' and Sept fiifch 9 gotfd Deccfrom,' that we' id not ft'e^if / (it . . ; ;