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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - July 1, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. IV. The RICHARD R EIL L 2 uoiin E3 Li jj f , ft" From Tuesday y///y the ift, tn Saturday jr^/y the 5th. ijac. an Iuvafion Since cur l;ift arrived two Bririfh Pacquets, whic'u Irought one French and one Holland Mails. Conftar.ti::cp!r, May 4. UR lait Advices from EibHon leave no further room to doubt of the Dehgns of Thamas Koali Knn. That Conqueror menaces this Emp:re with an Attack on the Side of Armenia, and in Egvpt. Upon this Neva the Port- has order'd Ali, rhe new Hafnaw of Cairo, to repair forthwith to his Government, in order to make the receflhry Preparations for a vigorru* c.-fence, 3nd feze fome Per)ons fufpefled of holding a Co:icI-pondence with Thamas Kouli Kan- Tha Po.te has alio relalv'd to put in Execution, n- fben as poiTible, ail the Articles cf the late Peace concluded with the Emperor, and facilitate the fettling of the Limits be cween the two Empires, t" the Knc> that the Troop in Hungary may be fent over to Afia. G J: Several Turki who were t.ikn i'rifoncrs by the Ruffians ara al-eady here, anil h ghly commer.d th. good Ulage they receiv'd amonj them. P:ovifr:r.s are very dear in this City, vvhicl:, together with the PrnfpeCt, of the approachir.g W..r with th? Sophi < f Perfia, occafions groat Murmuring; among :h. Pet rl^ G i Lisbon, May 31. Upon the French Ambrffa I the Title of Queen Mother ; ard forafrauch, as whenever that Prince's faw the King, (he gave him the Title (J Maj-fiy, he has delir'd her to call him Son. a Denomirativn which he eiU-cms more dear to h;.n, than the molt pompous Title'. ' i'is faid the Inter virvv oi ihe QiM.cn Mothir with her Brother the Kn g el Gnat Britain, will be during her Sen's 'Journey t Ptuffii. ins ,\ir-ieftv has eHir'd 11. RoJiiu at Par:? t her the ncceii-sry Cafi ..1 � V Arrival here, the Lord Tyrawlty took the fame Ch 1-racfer upon him, purfuaut to hii Britanniak Ma;-fly's Ordfr M S Port-Mahon, June 1. The Spardm Man of War p ;!.�� Turks upon the 7th Intiaut ; that the r : vo AmbaiLd^ts v.a made at Belgrade, to mutual S.trlif,cl;on. G F. Paris June 22. Edmund �:;cy.�, a L-.'v:urer, JiVd the 24th of lafl Month, in the 108th Venr cr his Age. S I E I Hambourg, June 28. N. S. They advife from ! Cnpenhagen that the I'i.xportation of Corn has bten I prohibitedthroiighout the iJanilh Domit:ionc,and even '.he m.-:ki::g of Mai: Spint", which Precaution had been j'.'dg'd ntctfliiry to len.eily the Dearth of that Commodity. M S Hanover, June 28. The Kmg of Great Britain, whoenjiys perfect Health, gave Audience veiierday to twoPruflian Officers at licter.hauler. HU \r.:'yCi\\ Phyhci-n Dr Steighetdahl died the iotii Initint, ahcr a tedious liinefs, in a very aJvanced Age. L E LONDON, Junt- aS-and 28. They write from Gibraltar that the Spanifn Troops in that Neighbourhood confiit cf 12,coo Mtn, but are ewBMnp'd within four League? of that Place ; that there^rc more Drfrempers ths>: ufual among the Gar-n!on, and, lelt they fhould b?come Epidemical, the Governor had forbid tr.e Soldiers the the of certain il'ong Lquors which might be pernicious to them They add, that Sir Oialoner Ogle's Squadrrn was leen oft of Ferol in the Beginning of this Month ; but Admiral Haddock's was Hill in the Neighbourhood of rgn, t;u: &:ing L;:c:.:rn"rt c-it. ilor.tj :, took, ana l rougj v.hoe Tnr. atti.tn was I.."iS, the I'ltllll tn aimoil laden w.tii valuable CaTtCes, were :.. ;hs i-.:-y.ti of the 1 jth of May taken ii the Bay ^y the a.a.r.iaru , and carried into th; '"anarv Iflands. G� Let: .rs tram Hanover imp; rt, fist lie Kin" -:f Great Brit in hss order'u a general 1-i.ev. a :A his i r..op* tise o.h of Juiy near Herenhaofeii : '1 h-.. thr-ra as : 1 have been an Inter vie..' between their pr .i'.^a and Bntannick Moi-:flics m\i iN'onth at Hcrenjjauien. - f E Letter; from Corfica import, that the Ma q ce Maiilebois, tne Frsnch General, having ret Expreh-Yrom his Court, a crat d Count.I cf Of aas held ; and ':i. vcv certain tn:s Confuhari'"! held re' .tin^ to tne Mealurrs taka1: b- th � � � ;.-'or Jcttling t:.e AtTaif^ (lri"!r>irar an .rs s r ever expoted': j Coatpjrac e-\ ard oil r .wickrd Difig'i". Or-ers have bean difaatahcd ro the 'Jo-vernor. of Mofco-.v, iN'^vogr .-d, &c to tak -. up !i ve-r. 1 Pcncns, w.uch r.rc iaiJ to amount tc two .iun-or.din Number. 'A'hat aggravatesMonf. Woia-fiii'3 Ct.m.' is, tha. tha Papers which htve been k:zed belonging to him, have difcovered, that he was a Ivvora Enemv t} tha German 'nterelt, and was determined^ if pofiible, to overthrow it. He is ikewife charged! with having formed Defigns-very prejudicial to the? Houfe of Biron, and par.icoiarlv fo to rhe Duki of Ccurland. There is a very great Ferment in Ruffia* beiides the many Satires which are exhibited daily at Peterfburgh, a Paper was patted upon the Gateof tie Senate-houle, with thefe Words, viz. ' The Blood ' of Dolhoracci cries for Vengeance. If out of a; * thoular.d Lives there remained; but two, thofc rvrcf .N'.no--' at 'h T;me LE | ' wou-d be fuScient to revenge their Death.' Asa "Ie'.;rr. f.0 n'c\d zinv >' u th- C'>amberot Com i great many Persons who were concerned in that CbB-morcear- very ba y it. c.^r-. ,v.- V/.-ysand Mean^, j ipiracy, eicaped, and 'tis thought many mora will a it the Sum t*?v'h-.v- to lend to tne King \ �scape. Orders nave been given to reiniorce theTroopS O'lr:-. Majctty has affi^n'a npon die Frontwrs very coniiderably; and to Ietnofle 1 " pais, of whit Condition ioever, unleis provided wit&t a Paffpori fign'd by the Emprefs's own Hand. Not-withttanding thele Precautions, four Mufcovites of the Letw, fr0m Fe,r0! by t.,- Way cf C.Ht.. confirm j fcrlt itu.k have found means lately to pais the Fron-that tnVscurdroncom^ndcJ by Admiral Pintado | tier,, and get into Germany and thence into Hoi-,et fai' from thence the 26th of May, N. S. but tney j land, � order to retire in a Country where there are are f'H uncer-ain what Ceu: ie it lteers. Otaer Let- alio many more of twr own Nation. Thde are ten from C*>z aureus that it put into Ferroi a Things which Time will better explain to us than can -am a few Dav: after, ' r 1 ^ ^ at nr"fenC- of Spain, and tho' l.ii C?: the Produce of �rt:in Dtti-a ports for thctr Re'-nburf-.-nit meets with great Difficulties. 1 ;i!:i^n ii upon F.xports and itn-yet tne Thing ihil L E L E The E'eclor of Co'ognc arriv'd at Artvilerdam the 2d of July N. S. from Aix' la Chnpeile ani Utrecht, and after his E'eclonil Highnefe has leen the Curiofi-ties and Rarities of that City, he will proceed to the other Cities of Holland. L E They write from Hanover, th"rt the Prince and Princefs of Orange, and Prince Federick of HefTe-Caflel, with his Con fort the Prinrefs Mary, will be there in a few Weeks. L E According to our AdTices."frani Stockholm, the Count de St. Sever in, the French ArabaffuLr, waits impatiently the Return of the hit two Couriers he fent to Petersbourg, becaufe if thry bring bick a favourable Anfwer a Negotiation will i'odii be* fet on foot for a new Regulation of Limits between Ktfli and Sweden, the Pian of which is already form'd L E From Vienna, There is much talk in that Citv of certain Regu ations, according to wfiich a Pr nae, (whom we yet don't think proper to Name) wil be prodaifiVd King of Corfica. It isa.'i'o laid, that the Treaty which has been fo l�ng on the Tapis between this Court and that of Turin is at lait cencitaded. It is certain that Ordsrs have "been ifTu-d for renairing be done at prefent. G E By a private Letter from Herenhanfen we are ad-vifed, that the Death of the King of Prnffia feems to havegrcatly changed the Difpofition of the Court of Hanover, in reiped to theAfiair of Juliers and Bergue, it having fouie time paft fliewn an Inclination to promote tne Inters!}, of the King of Poland, Elector of 6'axony, in that SucceiHon ; but things have all on 3 fudden taken a turn in favour of the new King of Prufii3. M. Munchausen, who is gone from Hanover to Berlin, has it in charge to ufe his utraolt Efforts to attach his PruHian Majefty to the Intereft of Great Britain; and m order to induce him thereto, that Mi-niiler is commiffion'd to ofier him all the Affiftance that the Hanoverian Troops can yield him, in order to maintain his Right, cf Succeffion to the Dutchi?- of juiiersand Bergue. He is alfo to negociate a Marriage between the fecond Prince of Prufiia and 3 Prr.iref* oi" Greit Britain. Thefe advantageous Offers uii:, in ad Probability, prevent the Court of France trom luccecdmg to gain this Prince over to its Intereft, as it has ion* flattered itfelf it fhould one Day be able to effect, it's yet however ur.determin'd how the new King will act in the Affair of the 'Succeffijn. tho' generally believed mat he will avoid �entering imme- the Fortifications of this Metropolis, which have no: i diateiy into a Quarrel with France, but will rather been improved Cnce the Year 1683 ; and for this Purpofe an annual Fund of between 40 and 5CH000 Florins will be eftablifhU L E They write from Genoa the 2 a ft Inft. N. S. that a few Days before, a Britifh Ship cab'd the Hamburgh Merchant, Sam. French, Mafkr, laden with Lemons, chufe to delay Matter; till the Death of either Ca naldsFieury, or the Eleilor Palatine. GE From Paris. An extraordinary Council was lately held at Marly, wherein a ftrorg.Party wasforfli'd for declaring War agninft Great Britain, but Cardi* nal de Fl�ury Readily oppas'd it, attoiging, that inert*
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