Dublin News Letter, March 21, 1740 : Front Page

Publication: Dublin News Letter March 21, 1740

Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - March 21, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. V. RICH A R D R E I L L T. Numb. 441 The Dublin News-Letter. From Saturday March the 21/?, to Tuesday March the 174.0. Since our laft Hrn'ved two Biicifh Packets, which brought one French and two Holland Maiij. RUSSIA. Piteiiburgh, Feb. 10. ; HE Ambafl^dor? fent hither by ThamasKouh* Kan hire broighi fourteen El'phanr, of the g e.c ft Beauty ever feen, Joaded with the mult magnificent Prekms 1 he Scach Nadir, after having tubdued all Buchilia, went to rV'eczck, Cpital�f that Kirgdom, wh ch he has given up to his Son, and from thence is return*.d !c leave of re Queen of Hungary to go to Moravia, (he kdtohm, ' Encourage my Tioops to fight weil, fince *ty ^ave *� iu;' 3 Caufe to defend.' The Court has jult Wved an Exprefs fiom Moravia of his Arrival there, ar.d cf his Apprpb.tcipn of a certain Plan tbat has been delivered '0 him by General Brown, wtiica was foon to be put in "ecution, tnd- that the Troops marching from divers ,:PS towards Moravia are divided into three Bodies, and fo j%>fe'd, that he cannot confent to the Grand j^pke of Tufcany heir g Emperor. t - J E Vienna. March 15. On the 13th; fnlhnt in ti.e Morn ingthe Qiieen of Hungary was he ppi y d*l veredof a Prince, to the inexpreiEble Joy of her SobjtSs. The faTie Evening Prince Hiidcurghaufin in the Name of the King otPdano, a.- d Cucir.al Colonitz, in the N.ime of the Pope, affifted as Godfathers at the Chriil. nu g. After which the Gran.l Duke, in quality qi Sovereign of the Goldvn Fleice. crca -ed the young Prince a Kn;ght of that OrV.er. Count Filer h.z', Ccunt Kaunitz, Coloc VViifheck, and Cou^t Gsu-ceck, fetout tiisDiy, the firft fur Buffets, ihe Hague. London, and Lisbcn ; the leccnd tor Turin, Florenc-, ; r�J Rome; the.third for Drefdcn, Woifenbu tcf, and f'ettrf-bou-g; and the fourth for Paris, to notify the Binh cf the Archduke. This is the third and-lJfrDay of public R.jov cings for it in this Capital. L G Hanover, March 2. O. S. The Baron de Jaxheim, charg'd with an imprtsnt Commiflion from the Qut-en of Hungary and the Great Duke of Tufcany, arrived here a frw Diys fihee from Vienna. He fns cleady hd feveral Conferences with the Minifters of thi� Eledlorate about the Succours which ner Hui.g r:an Majelty wcpeels fiom the King of Great Britein in the pr- km Ja'.ftion ; that his M^j fly flatte.'d himl'elf\that federal tiher Powers concerned 111 that Guaranty would fecond his go-,d Intention ; bu. as amicable Methods o�g^.4obe emp oy'd while there tre any Hopes of fuccetding in that ^a), it *as ne-ctfT iy to wdt the fuccifs of toe Conimillion wh. h the new jviin.-fler is gone to cxeu.e at Ber in, be:o e r.k.ng a fii.a! Refo uion in fo weighty *n Affair. '1 ha; Minifl r is the Baicn de Schuiege!e:, Aftual a.id Privy Course :or o* ttie Council of War. He istha�g'd to ptcpofeto the Pruffian Miniilers Lme p.eiimina'y Artices upon wftici to giound an Accommoda.iOn bt-tween his PrufJion M jelly and the Queen cf Hungary. M. Plotho, who is Ley .i rived here in Quality 0/ Envoy frcm the King cf Pruffia. confers frequently with our Miniflrs alou tie Affair of Si*-fia. S J E Hanover, March 6. O. S. Eve#y- Thing is ready for the Reception of the King our Sovereign, who is txptfttd here fome time next Mcnth, or the-Bcginnirg of May Several Princes of the Germannick Body are very impatient for the Arrival of this Afonarch, in order to concert the A/eafures to re-eflablifh a good Intelligence between the Courts of Vienna and Pruflia, and to prevent any frefh Diflurbances in the Empire. The principal Offictrsof the refpeclive Regiments of this Eledlorate have received Or ders to recal all the Sod era who have had Leave tf Ab-fecce. The r.ew-rau'd Regimen spe form \her military Exercife every Day, fo tint they wili fp ed.ly be fit ior fervice. SJE Thry write fiom Caff;!, that theEiincefs Miry. Cooibrt 'o Prince Frederick, is entirt!y rec-vtred of her late Incif-pofition, to the greit Joy of ti.ePnnc?, and the wh le Lourt. Rat lbon, March 2. O. S. A Declaration from ihe King of Pruffia is handed about htre, wherein his Prtffi:n M�jefty fets forth, J hit he is fo far from deligning to do any Thing injurious to the Inhabitants of S;lefia who are Rom~n Cahoiicks, on account of theJE Nuremberg, March 2. General Brown has caufed ie-veral Gentlemen and their Baihff> in Silelia to be ftized for holding a Correfpondence with the Piuffians; ai.d he has reinforced the Garrifon of Nei s with ei^ht hundred men more. SJE Neuremberg, March 10. The Report that the French Troops were on xhtir m^rch towards" Worms and Spires is entiiely groundlef-. Our Letters fit m Ailace roenion no fach thing; on thecomrary, thify fay, thafetireTioops quar-fterefin that Piovince fe. m rather to draw 4feth. n ppru. ci� tlie Frontiers of th-: Empi e, in order to ^pfeg'vi g any Umbrage. It's alfo wkhcd't Fouadation th^^^Report h-s been fpread, that the Margrave pf Brandenhourg BLwcnh s to cede his Dominit ns to the King of Psuffii; anil rhst-Margrave of An loach; who has a right to iuccetd to ciie- Doir.inions of ;hit Prince whrn the Lin? of Barer.h becomes exti; Si, having made Remonllranccs upon this Subject to the Court of B*ri, was anfweied, that the Royal and E-1 do al Branch of Brai dtnbourg akfl: had a Right to the ouix fii not B r g xl.^ hrcm ies of Njoravia; that the Prof-fian� are to: ritying . J?gerido fF, N rr.flau, and Troppau J that rhey have t..ld .. j;re;.t de. 1 of J imber along the Warta, a d aie doing the lame in t^e PalL-s �.n ihe Frontiers of Hun-g. ry. GE Oma, M rch 4. Genc;al Brown is marched with 2000 Men .0 Ntiis, in 01 d-.r 10 reinforce that Garrifon, afterwards to conducl rome trai ors bring 8 in number, and of good Figuie. befides a ccnfic'erafjle number cf Pruf-iian Pnf ners to this Place, but ss that Town is in a manner bkck'd up by the Enemy, it's thought thi- march wili not te made without a difadvantagecus Encounter for the one or the other Side M S Breflau, Ftb. 26, O. S. Some D?ys ago a Party of the Aullrian Trocps (urpnz'd the little Towa of Frideck, when thePtuffnn Garrifcn bei; g t; o wtak to refill them, was obliged t.i retire to the Call e wi ereup-n the Auflrians pandered the Place, in evenge of this the Pruffian Troops did the ian�eaf;ei wards at Mi (low in Moravia. G E Munich, 7he El- p* in SiUiia, or of the Deligns of his Electoral Highhe.i. SJE HUNGARY. P.efbourg, Feb 20 OS. The Velt Ma rfhal Count Pa.fi is come back from Vienna, and has infbrm'd the Queen, being Citisfy'd with the zeal of the Hungariaa Nati-n, has confenttxl to part of the Demands made by tr.em thefe Icveral Ve�rs; and therefore, tnat ill the va-car.t Bifhopricki arid Benefices in Hung.xy (hall ior the future te jjiven to noiie but Natives of the Kingdom ; that the fame fha-l le obferved in rrgaid to tie Governments of town', unci's tuete fhould be a Nectffity for taking ttrangcr:, ior wmt of perfons qualified fur thofe commands; that the JSobkncffe of Hungary may fend their Chi'dren to Court, where they fhall meet with the neceflary Helps to advar.ee them ft Ives according to their Rank ; that the Ladies of Neb e Houfes fhall al o be received as Lad its of Honour to th: Queen ; and in fine; that the Hungarians fhall be allowed to fend out of the Country, Cattle, Corn, Wine, and other Commod'ties, during four months of the Year fucceffively, or if they pleafe, one month in every Quarter. SJE PRUSSIA. Berlin, March 3. O. S. The Marquis de Valory, Minifter from Fianc��, who let cut fome Days fir.ee to wait oh the Kiig in 8i'rfia, arrived at Sthweidnitz the 25th ult. and was received by his M jeity in the mofl gracious manner. The futjecYm.it.tr of irx Cornmifiion he is gone to execute with u.e K:rg is not known, but '{is thought it re-la. es to an Acconwijtiau* n with tf.e Qneen of Hungary. Since the King's Re. urn into Siltfia it hs bten pi revived tiiat ceitiin Pc-rtonb. have ir.trcduCid themflves into the Army under various P.etences, have very atttatively watched eve .y Motion of lis Mdj fty, ar.d upon ail Ocrejions have ihruil thtmitivej into i.,s Rettnuf. Th's gave Caufe to ful'peil tncm. Jn uitier to be affured of the Truth of this tuipicion, it was refolded to arrtlt iome of them, who were ftridly examined : TLeir Anfwers were fo prevaricating and evjlive, as in de it evident that there wamy with no other view than to take die molt convtmei.t Opportunity of carrying off the King, and thai they we>e t*t*ien 30 and 40 who had engaged in this Pio:. As none but the greatett Mncreants are capab'e of undertaking fucb Comthilliohs, no ilrefs at all ought to be la;d cn the Difcoveries they make, very 'few People theie.'ore give Credit to what onecf thofe People, who pretends to be Head tf tbsm, lays to the Charge of a neighbouring Court, and of a Perfon-of the higheft DiftincYion. General Cowrie, and one or two other Officers, are named in the D^pofitions of fome of them. The Inhabitants of this City have tetmn'd God Thanks for having fo providentially prefemd ihe King. SJE Berlin, March 7. Befides the feven; Regiments of Fog , which it ts (ktd are railing in Siltfia, bis Piuffian Ma-jelly ha* ordered two new Regiments of Dwgcons to be forthwith ratfe., eac/i of ten Scu.;dions ; one is to ce commanded by Cout.t R> tiert.bourg, la-.ely arrived from Paris; and the other by XL N ff u, a Sdefiau, who* has" been Colonel of Hor!ie Re^'men'sof Dngooni, one of five Squadrons tolenifd by M Knobeif it rf, and s ixriore or ^litfia. �s every ch 1 g was getting ready for'die C amp �.-f < b erva-ion betwixt GumbrocftS aoxt Spao-diu, which ivul ieformed, by the Firit tf May, "at whicii Tifnc the Kin^ ts to make a Tour-'tfritheri&otder to review ;

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Publication: Dublin News Letter

Location: Dublin, Dublin

Issue Date: March 21, 1740

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