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Brunswick, March 16.
brilliant retinue to the cathedral. After Å Marriage is negotiating between his divine service they proceeded to the elec. s royal highness the prince of Prussia tion, which was unanimously made in faand a princess of this house. All the royal vour of the archduke Jofeph. The prince family are to repair to Berlin before the de Lichtenstein, first commilary of the conclusion of this marriage. Preparations emperor, being informed of it, went with are already making for the journey. a magnificent equipage to the cathedral,
Lisbon, Feb, 28. The king has published and there gave his Imperial majesty's alan ordinance concerning the civil and mi- rent. The new king of the Romans was litary police, by which all military men then proclaimed with a loud voice by the are authorized to apprehend, on the spot, elector of Mentz, who afterwards chanted any person they thall see guilty of a breach Te Deum amidst the ringing of all the bells of the peace, or other flagrant crime ; and in the city, and under a discharge of 300 the same power is given to all magistrates cannon. The prince of Deux Ponts and or civil officers, who thall find any officer the count de Mariani were then dispatched or soldier in the like case. The military to carry the diploma of election to the archare enjoined to deliver up the prisoner to duke, preceded by twenty-four poftilions. the commissary of the quarter; and civil Rome, Marcb 17. Saturday a party of oficers are to give notice to the comman- Corsican troops set out from hence for Tidant of the corps to which the delinquent voli, on account of an insurrection there, they seize may belong. The nightly patroles occasioned by the scarcity of corn, The may also apprehend, in the like circum- pope has given orders that four small loaves Stances, any inhabitant whatever. Any rol. shall be distributed, at his expence, every dier or ferjeant, that shall refift the perfons Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, to each appointed to maintain the civil police, by poor person in the country, during the uling any fire-arms against them, shall be present wet season. His holiness has like. laid in irons, tried as a rebel to the laws, wise ordered public prayers, with a plean enemy to the public peace, a profaner nary indulgence for 15 days, to all who and infringer of the military order, and as Mali vist certain churches to implore the Such condemned to death, according to the alistance of Heaven against the present cafirst and second articles of the new regula lamities of Italy, He hath also forbidden, tion for the army. Every soldier that shall under pain of death, the carrying away be found in the Atreets of this city and Be. bread, meal, or any commodity, whether lem (excepting when he is upon duty) on the roads, or in the towns of the Eccles with Gre-arms, or sword, or bayonet, fti- Gaftical State. letto, &c. fhall be likewise apprehended, Aleppo, Jan. 17. Private advices say, that sent to prison, stript of his uniform, and Kerim Kan, being gone from Ispahan to condemned to work at years in his ma Tauris, in order to cause himsell to be crownjelly's arsenal
ed there king of Persia, has destroyed near While the king was at Salvaterra, he iso half of the city out of resentment to the insued a decree, importing, that every foreign habitants; that he has also caused 4 princes efficer, who shall come to seek service in or lords of that country to be arrested, who his troops, must not at first expect to get a were conducted prisoners to Ispahan; but fank higher than he had in the country he that the croops attached to those lords sent comes from.
him a deputation, demanding the liberty of Franckfort, Marcb 29. The day before their chiefs, and on refusal mutinied, and yesterday being fixed for the ele&tion of a marched to Ispahan, of which they portefied King of the Romans, the Electoral ambar- themselves. It is thought that it will be ve y fadors, and the three ecclefiaftical electors difficult for Kerim Kan to drive them out in person, afembled about nine in the of that city, of which they are still in pora morning at the Romer. At half an hour fefsion; and if this news be true, Peina Fast ten they repaired with a numerous and may be plunged agaia in now troubles. April 1764