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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - March 17, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. V. The RICHARD R E I L L T. Numb. 440 ublin News-Letter, s From Tuesday March the \jth, to Saturday March the 21/?, 1740. fine; our lad arrived one Britifli Packet, which brought one French Mail. RUSSIA. Pettrfburgh, February 21. ALivonianOfficer of Distinction, who was employed in the late Wars with Poland and the Porte, has been taken up. The Cauft of his Arreft is differently reported. The Duke of Courlaad continues ftill at Schiuffelbourg, where be keeps nt* Bed; and 'tis thought, 'tis owing to his illnefs that Sentence has not yet been pronounced againft him. E-very thing is ready to tranfport him to Siberia. The Grand Dutchefs has remitted 500,000 Rubles to her Father, Duke Charles Leopold of Mecklembourg. That Prince has not for a confidtrable Time receiv'd any Part of the Penfion granted him by the late Emprefs. The Dutches Regent has ordcr'd the Daughters of M. Wolinski, a Minifterof the Cabinet who was executed near the End of the Reign of the late Imp efs, to be fet at Liberty, and given them Leave to go and live upon an Effate which belong'*] to their Father. GE ITALY. Naples, Feb. 21. With a great Deal o� Difficulty the City has at laft refolved to furmfh the Free Gift of 500,000 Ducais, which the King demanded on OccaGon of the Birth of the Infanta. M. de Chevrier, one of Count Bonneval's Secietaries, arrived here a few Days fince from Conilao-uuople ; he has been with the King** Mmitten, and de i-vcred Letters from Count Finochieiti, his Majefiy's Minifter Plenipotentiary at (he Porte; wherein his Excellency recoin-neods M. de Chevrj r for toe Poit of Conful at Dur zzo in Albania, which the King immediately granted, notwithstanding he is of the Protectant Religon. M. Chevrier is a Native of Geneva, and has great Knowledge of Tr*de. He has alfo prefented a Plan 10 the Miniftry for eftablifhing a regular Poft between this Kingdom and the Ottoman Empire, which is very much approv'd of Coant Finochietti writes, in regard to Count Bonneval, that that Lord is ftill in great Cedit at the Porte; that whenever he makes any PjcpofaLwbwhrhe/thinks (0/ the Good, of the Empire, it is immediately accepted; and that be preferves a great Refpeft �b4 M&h&KOtJot ike P�i�et�tf dfc^fioufe of Bourbon.. M. Cheerier, who: was but 15 Days in hisPaflage from Con-liatiCinople, aflaresos that every thing was quiet there when he U ft it, the Government having put to Death ab>ut 30 of the Ringleaders of the (edition i that there was a Party in the Diviii who were for broking the Treaty of Belgrade, bin as they were the weakell, i; was not doubted but that th� Po re would flick to that Treaty. SJE Leghorn, Feb. 25. N. S. General Baron de Wacbten-dartk went the Djy before tcr Saizana, in orcerto vifit all tiif Forts on that tide i and that the Englifh Conful is ftill at Fiarence, Settling with the Government the proper Mea-fure) fur ejiablilhing. Magazines at Leghorn. DP Ad\ices having been received that great Preparations of Wit arc carrying on as well in Spjin as in the Kingdom of Naples all pepper JjJpofnions are taken here to be in a good Torture of Defence, in cafe any unfoieften Attack fljouM be uidrie againft us. They write from Mantua, that they work with great Diligence in repaying the Fortificati-t.ns of that Pjace. And from Parma, that the Couriers which pifs between Spain and Naples, avoid going thro' the Territories of that Dutchy. DA GERMANY. Vienna, JVlarch 4.... S. , fign, '] he Court waits for a Confirmation of this Piece of Mews. - General-Neuperg fetsout this-Day in order to take upon him tte Comroapd of th* Army affert Wing near Glatz, which U faid to be ftrong enough to take the Field. There h hardly 4 Regiment bat what has received Ordars to be in rMdmefi to marchv Wc-aje MJujr'd�that fome of thofe Re girrjtntii'are to mar$h to Tyrol, and others to the Frontiers �f Auftria,- that they, may be at hand to oppofe the Bavarian, ,uho, wc. are affaPd, .are preparing to take the Field. The Queen has jui made Count Gundacker de Stahrenberg fritoe Mimfter in-all her Couriers... ,.; GE Nief� inSUefia, Feb. 16. When the Pruffian Troops mtei'd silefia, Gei*ral Brown. Comtnander in Chief of the Qji-ta of Hungary's Troops,- had no more than 1 z Batta 'ions, eigfy Companies'of Grenadiers,, and 600 Dragoonsj General (,'ounf. Wallis, Commandant of Glogow, kept three '�f tlwie Battalions and two Companies of Grenadiers to Garrifon Brieg, under the Command oi M.jor-General Count fisoteminr, and putfpar Baua ions into tnis Town under the �Cunmand of Colonel Baron Roth: He alfo threw feveral ^achments into the Caftles of Namflau and Freidenthal. � Aher tbe&pitao/irians, ic was eafy-to conceive with what a wall Niumbet of Men Count Browrr was obliged to retr at �Mo Mar,yiaK whe^etbat General b adlually affembling an Array, navin&been j^ned the beginningchis Mo&th with too Buffos, two' Regiments of Cuirafiiers, and focr Batta-^w. In the mean time be has lent .hiihe,- a Derachment ; of Huflars, who enter'd the Town in fpight of the Vigilance of the Pruffino Troops WhV biock'us up. * As the Garrifoa ^ the Contribution wJiich this Djtchy is to pay him. Town of Schweidnitz furnifivd him with 2544 make frequent Saliies. hardly a Day paffes over withouc "bringing in fome Pruflian Prifoners. We have been very much furpriz'd at readbg in feveral foreign Gazettes that this Town furrenderea* a few Days after the firil Bombardment : Fear from being any way difpos'd to deliver up the Place, our Commander the Baron Roth and the Burghers are refolv'd to defend tbemieives to the laft Extremity, until the Arrival of our Army. dp Munich, March 4. The Perfons who have engagsd to furnifh 5000 Hories for remounting the Cavalry have already deliver'd part, and wereckon the reft will be furnifh'd in a fortnight or three Weeks. The Levies for compleating and augmenting the Elector's Troops,go on as fuccefsfully as we can wifh. it is ftill,fatd that his Electoral Highnefs �will go to the Diet of Frankfort, but no Day is fk'd as yet for his Departure. dp Breflau, March 4. The King of Pruffia, fince his Arrival at Schweidnitz, has been making Preparations for opening the Campaign. His Pruffian Majefty has alio fettled The Florins within thefe fix Weeks, and the Principality of that Name has paid 16,944 F.orins in that time, befides Forage for the Cavalry. DP Heidelburg, March 12. ' We hear from Vienna, that an Exprefs was arrived there from Dreiden, and that the Prince de Lichtenftein fet out foon after for Silefia, which by fome is Iook'd upon as a Freflage that ah amicable Accommodation will be brought about between the Courts of Vienna ard Berlin, tho' with fome Coft to the former. Our Elector enjovs perfect Health. 'Pis fiid fome Bavarians are affembling near Amberg and Paffau. MS SAVOY. Turin, Feb. 28. A few Days ago the King he!d a grand Council with his Minifiers, in which a Refoluuon was taken to form a Camp of 12000 Men on the Frontiers of the Navareze, and another of 15000 Men in the Tortomze; thefe Troops will advance into Lombardy, in cafe the Spaniards make any attempts on that fide. D? FRANCE. Pan's, March 6. Accbrdingto bur Advices from Vienna, the Elector of Bavaria is certainly, affentbiiog Troops in the Upper Palatinate near Edeinberg, and on the Frontiers of the Upper Auftrja, upon whfeb, thej�&�*-ei4toM� hz� Jolrtd t� taarclr "feme Troops iowaids that fide, among which are the Regiments of Palfi, Khevenholler, and Ko-nigfegg ; thefe I'roops are to be joined by fome Thoufands of Croatians. S|E Paris, March 10. For as much as it has been impoffible to clear this City of Beggars and lewd Women, a general Houfe Search is to be made, after which, all fuch, whether Men or Women, as fhall be found to have no lawful Calling, will immediately be oblig'd to depart on a fevers Pauley, either for their native Country or elfewhere. And whereas Complaints are daily continued of Families ruined by the ^xceffive gaming of fome one or other amongft them, the Court has lent the Lieutenant General de Polite 202 Letrres de Cachet, to banifh all thofe out of the To*n th*t keep fuch Gaming Houfes, that by removing the Opportunity the giddy brain'd may be competl'd to make a better ufeof their Time and Money, A third Evil that infects the Pub lick is, the licentious Writings which corrupt good Manners and prejudice the Reputation of others, to prevent this Iikewife the Bookfdlef Guillianrrr*. who fold the Cafe of Madame de Nogeat, and the like Pamphlets, was removed from the Ba/lile to Brsilre, where he u to be kept in Prifon for three Months upon Bread and Water. Three Hawkers have undergone the fame Fate; and thofe that are takes up on the fame account will meet with the fame feveriiy. MS H O L L AN D. Hague. We arc told by Letters from Perfons of good Credit in London, that hOw well foever the King of Great Britain may be inclined to .promote the Interefi of her Majefty of Hungary, yet Ac �MnIoV:bjrj� ream chafe atthis Time to enter into a Qjaim mbont it with the King of Pmffia. This indeed might have been gathered from his Britannrck Majefty's Anfwer tot the NottficatiDn that the King of Pruffia made, him, of bis Eaterprizi upon Si'efu; which Anfwer did not feem to fhew an abiolute Difapproba-tion of that Undertaking,. but expre&'dfome Concern at its being made at this junttare. As to the Sutes General, one may be affured that thay will avoid, with the mmoli Cire, entering into a War, efpecially with the King of Prutiia, from whom no Advantage can be gained, bat much preju. dice may happen, theref.om to the State. Great Pains are .dill taken here to discover the real Intention* of-the Court tOfFrance, in, thecritical fitpaticn that the Aff.irs of Europe : folved, That this Houfe will, upon Friday Marntng next,, refolve itfeif into a Committee of the whole Houfe, toconfi^ der of the f iid Petition. The Houfe (according �Order) refolved rtfelf . Committee of the-whole Houfe,'to confider further Bill, for the Encouragement and 'tfcreafe of Seamen," attog for the better and fpeedier Manning his Majefty*s Fleet 'f and Mr. Francis Farie reported from the Corrrntittee,s tait they had g^ne throo^J-the Bill, and made feveral Ametjd-mehts thereunto, which they hid directed him to report. Ordered, Tfca* the- Report be received tipon Friday next. Ordered, Th^t all the Members of -this .Houfe who a*re in and a boot the Town do attend the fervice of the Houfe npon Friday Morning next. An mgroffed Bill iftonj. the Lards,-entitnled, an Aft fet vetting in William Wildman Lord Viscount Barrington in the Kingdom of freiaridi for Life, certafii .VRrffaagesand Tenements in the;City of London, late the Elfaieof Mary-La^ dy Vjfcountifs BArnrigtoii, bis Wife, opon the Terms men-' ^ionrd in their Martuge Sertldmeof, was read the thud Tim.*. Re:blved, that ^he Bill ."o paf. Refolved,- that *hjsHcof� will, upon this Day Sevcnnighf, / rewlve icfelf into a Commit e of the who in PowV ers-and Privileges intended to be granted by his Majefty bV rwi Charters fur Affuran-e sf Snips ind rVierclund'tts 4 .ieaj arid rar lead:nJanev nfofr Botrotmy^ and 'fbr'-^' ftraining feveral extravagant and unwarranabfe Practi^ (herein nvaitw.-td. -Oid.red. tha: the Acroant of the Cha-gefor Tranfpi- Service tor the Tear 1740. b: refefjtd'^e the G&a-mrttaof.thewliot Houit. OrdB^al* - That the Accent of the Expense of ViSaiiLag bis MajeA>'� Land F��e� font
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