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London Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1762, London, Middlesex From Ctttfta? March i6, to aa&ur&a# March: 20^ 17.&2.. Peterjbvurg, February 5> 2V. S. RINCE George of Holltein Eutin arrived here on Wednefday Evening, having been ec by. the Emperor at Krufu^zelo, a Place Swenty Miles off. His Highneifs is lodged at the Chamberlain Shuwalow^ Houfe, where a Table is kept for him* and he is ferved by the Emperor's Livery, He receives the greateft Marks of Dillin&ion from their Imperial Majefties, and is daily attended by the Emperor's Officers. The Princefs his Contort is foon expelled here; and in the mean Time, the Emprefs has been pleafed to fend her the Order of St. Catherine, which her Im- received by his Etuifian Majefty,j anjd that on the; zi-ft there was to be1 a Feaft 'giv^tt-b^;tHe[ fctig* Honour of the Birth-day of the Emperor of Ruflia ?erer the Third. - - ^ . Ma^debourgy March 6, Frip March 'j.VQrd# b&ve been lately ,r�* ceived by thofe who are '^mgloy^d- by F^ceJ^ forming the Magazines .^id irj L. pi|rchafi^' F^g& for the Lower Rhine, to fufgen4 bayiog Ftfraj^' Provisions, &c. which .w&fxbns. pw^uon^f as the Magazines of Welel ar* pot' prov^etf $H' Stores, Ammunition, ^pviiioje^ Fp^e4 fyc, %t ftfe* J Count Beftuchef only excepted, who is ftill a Prifaner j Siting an Army one Mosth., at large in one of his own Villages. This Day the Body of the late Emprefs is laid out under a Canopy of State, in one of the Great Halls of the Ptlace: Upon this Occafion- theCourt have put on their deep Mourning. Some Day in this Month will be fixed for the Ceremony of the Interment. The Emperor has given Direftjons, that, in the Procefllon, the Three Branches of the Nariflcin?, of whofe Family the Emperor Peter the Great's Mother was, and the Counts Shawroufky, Ephimoflcy, and Henrikow, Nephews to the-Emprefs Catherine, fhall walk in the Proceffion, not according to their Rank, but as Petfons who have the. Honour to be related to the Imperial Family. Dr. Moufey, an Englilhman, one of the Body Phyficians to the late Emprefs* is promoteid to the Place of Archiater, and Chancellor of Medicine, with the Title of Pritfy Councillor,-and the Rank of Lieutenant General. Lieutenant Colonel Klefeldt fet out on Tuefday Evening, with Orders to Lieutenant General Count Czernichew to l^ave Silefia ; and repafs the Oder with the Body of Troops under his Command. Fetersbourgi Feb. 16. The Emperor goes7 on doing Good to Particulars, and to his whole People j and his laft A�t of abolifhing the private Cha&ceryx or Inquifition of State, is looked upon as the greateft BleiEng that,could have happened to the Nation. The Pruffian General Werner arrived here the DuJJeldorfy March j. - The E.qulpage^ S^rv^f. and all the Provifions, which' prmce^Sttabi^e-le^ here laft November, are now embarked on Boats to be fent towards Mentz ; which makes it probable, he will have the Command of th^ArmyJ^ Hege. Brunfiwick, March gk The putchefs Dowager, Mother of the Queens of Denmark, - and-PrulS3A and of the Reigning Duke of Brui}fw|ck; dfed^hete laft Saturday, at Seven in the Evening. Prince FerV dinand, her fouFth.Son, arrived h^re from the Ar^jr a few Hours before her Deatju i -'.*� " Brunfwick, Tfiarchit. -The Futieral of her late? Serene Highnefs the Duchefs Dp^ager, is fixed' foe Monday next. ,� Hamboitrg) March 12M. derGoltze, whom hh Prullian Majeftyhas fent tc Peterfefiurg1 to .make -h& Compliments . of Felicitation. 19 the., n^vy Emperor, upon his Acceffion to- the Throne of'Kp^aph^al-* ready paired Konigibei*^, t^rfboqrg the 26th of Uft MpRth. . Hague. March $1 tetters from Stettin jnentioj^ that the Emperor of RuQii has no� dnfyra^^^ eventqal Anniftice, which thq Prinp^QfH^vefii agreed upon wijth the Prioce of Wjolkolj^ manding thje Ruffian Troops in Pemefania j but)i44 fent a full Power to th? latter,, to; make fuch Arrang?> ment with the Prince of Severn, as* to pftrafOtafi Scop toHoftilitie in-Poland and Sil?^;a^eUEas Marks inPomerania. Hague, March 16. We hear from Vissnai-thai Diftinftion from the Emperor, particularly that of J General Czernichew had ^qujtt^d. that ^ce^)ruptly, paffing through moft of the Streets of Petersbourg j recalled all the Ruflian Officers from^rague, and, immediately upon his Arrivalj at the Army, The King of Denmark is I; his March towards the Viftula. in the Coach with his Imperial Majefty. Copenhagen 1 Feb. 27. perfeftly recovered, "but does not yet appear in Pub-lick, upon- Accotmt of the Severity of the Weather. The Hereditary Princefs is indifpofed ,* and the Prince Royal, the two youngeft PrincefTes, and Prince Frederick of H'effe Caffel, are ill of the Meafles,".but all likely to do well.' That Diftemper continues to rage here in a very unufual Manner. Copenhagen, March' 6. The King of Denmark appeared .Yefterday in Publick for the firft Time fince his Indifpofition ; and all-the Royal Family are now happily recovered. ' - 'Magdebourgi March 2. By Letters from Breflau .of the 20th, we hear, that the. Ruffian Brigadie; Howtowitz, being arrived there, was extremely well [ Price Three Pence. ] " The' Frenph Garrifon at Gotrin&en detached 4060 Men, on the 9th Jnftant,. to attack the Chaurpf the Allied Army. ^ They marched Pplfa of Gitte^, and Kahlfeldt, in Hopes of carrying t�em Q$) bnt they having retired iri Time> the Rear Guard' only of that at Gittel was attacked, and loft a few- Mferi. The Enemy withdrew again the next Day to Got-tihgem . . Jdmiralty Office, March 20. By Letters received from Capt; De^V, of His Ma-jefty's Ship the Bellona, there is an Account, that on the 1 ft Inftant he fell in with and took a French Snow Privateer, of 12 Guns, andi^aMen, return* ing from her Cruize to Bayonn?. ;