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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - July 12, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. IV. RICHARD REILLT. Numb. 36S .e Dublin News-Let! From Saturday y�/>-the 12th. to Tuesday July the 15th, 1740. Yefterday arrived one Britifh Pacquet, which brought one Holland Miil. Madrid, June 21. ^HE Negotiation for anew Treaty of Commerce between this Court and that of France is in iuch Forwardness that elude thi* Treaty, and that his" Swedifh Majefty's Mi- j fitted out bv the French, were to fa:l f:-">m thence bv the End of fulv, and that thither riiort c Numbers of Seamen dailv. S j i\ Genoa, June 25. We learn hy Shipyi-^ rrom Verfailles, rhat t..e Fleet cf French G-.l.es \\fre equipping there with al! poflible Expect..-i. f'Tj we don't doubt but that the Treaty will be ficn'd in a ihort Time; and it is faid the Count de la Marck, the French Ambaffador, ooly ilays here to put the finifhing Hand to this Affair. The l.ll Letters from Barcelona fay, that tho' all Things are in readiuefs for the Expedition againft Minorca, yet it does not appear that the Court is in 2ny Hurry to put it in Execution: Thofe Letters add, that three Barks with Cannon and Ammunition were fent from thence to Carthageni a few Days ago LK Naples, June 21. On the 14th Orders were fent to Cadiz, for his Majefty's Ship the St. Phillippe immediately to leave that Port and fail for to is Kingdom, the Engtifh having promis'd not to moled her in her Paffige. G F. Petersburgh. June 22. It's faid that the Cou t has made a very favourable Declaration in regard to the A flairs of Sweden to the Marquis 4c la Chc-tarci/-, in confequence of which, it's thought, CommifLries win ne nominated for regulating Limiti between the two Powers. G E Petersburg, June 2 2. Mr. Finch has declared to the Miniflers of the iimprefs, that be is vetted with full Powers for concluding a Treaty of Alliance, begun at London by Prince SherbarofF. D A Barcelona, June 22. The i6;h of this Month four Ships of Admiral Haddock's Squadron came before this Port, upon which the tallies which defend the Entrance of it fir'd. Qn the 18th fix Ships of the fame Squadron came there again, and approached fo near one of the Forts, that a Shot from thence carried away the Malt, of the Bowfprit of �neof them. As they from time to time appear here without difcover-ing their real Deiign, great Care is taken to put the Forts out of the reach of Surprize. No confiderabie Tranfportation has for this Month paft been made to Majorca. There is a Body of 7000 Foot already in tint Ifknd. D A Petersburg, June 24. The Cz?rina fet out the the 21ft with he. Retinue for Petershoff, under the Dif charge of the Cannon of the Fortrefs and the Adroi rally. The Swedifh Minifter having lately made a Vifit to Count d'Ofterman, 't� thought the Differences between this Court and that of Sweden will be adjufted by the Clofe of this Year, by a Treaty con firming that of Neuftadt, under certain Conditions SJE Leghorn, June 25. His Britannick Majefty's Ship the Kennington is come into this Port, having been cruizii.g ro.Tie time between Oipe Corfo and Mo.ite Chriflo, to hindc fuch Brit'fn Merchant Ships as come from the Levant, from being tiiktn by the Spanifh Privateers. By a French Ship from Toulon we have Advice, that the Squadron which is equipping in chat Port, would put to Sea the latter End of this Month. G E Stockholm, June 2^ Several General OrEcvrs who were preparing to jafs over to Finland ba?e receive Orders to fufpe:id their Departure : This is at tributed to the Overture* made for a Negotiation between this Court.and that of RuiEa about their D fflr encesi it is fa id that this Negotia'ion will he und-.r the Mediation of the Emperor and the French King, and /or this Purpofc we expect from Peter>bourg the Marqub de Botta, Emb-iiTador there from his Imperial Majffty. The 23d Ir.flan; a Courier was dif-patch'd to Crrclftroun with a Counter Order for the King's Squadron which was orcirr'd to be in readinef: to fail the zcth Inliaut. 1. E Madrid, June 2S. Don Joachin Jgnace de Bar-rrnchechea, is appointed Minifter Plenipotentiary from this Court to that of SwcJcr.; and the Count de Bena and Mafieran, Commander of the G.tllicF, is alfo appointed to go in the lame Qjaiky to that uf Ruffia. G E Vienna, June 29 The RuiTnn Minifter had, a few Days itnee, a Confeicnce w,th Count Sintzendorff about the Treay concluded between Sweden and the Porte : The Swedifh Mi filler likewife cor.fen'd wirh the Count on the fame Sub], it, and we are aflur'd his Excellency declar'd, that t;.e King of Sweden had been ftror.gly (elicited by the Crjnd Sigiior to crn- ruilers, who were juil going to leave Conftantinopie had been obiig'd to flay there longer upon that Account. L E At the Requeft of the Ruffian Court an Officer, who took the Title of Admiral to the King of Denmark, is arretted : He is fufpecled of having he'd a Pinks have brought in here an Fnglifh f .., , ... , treafonable Correlpondence with the Court ol Swtdtn. four Leagues off, and another Span;!?: Cmjizt.- r-s D A brought in aTurkifh Veffel of.20 Guns and ico Mer, Copenhagen, July 2. N. S. The intended aug- ail o* which are carry'd into S'avery. S j mentation of the Denifh Forces, (eight men in a Com- Naples, June 21. A Minifter from the B.v of pany in the Infanuy, and ten a troop in the Cavalry) Tripoli is arriv'd here to conclude a Tieaty cf C n�-which was lately fufpended, is again put forward by merce between the two Powers. b j E anew order iiLied out above a Week ago, and the j Hague, July 12. Affairs at the Court of Pet-ri-Officers are accordingly raifing their neceflary Re- ; burgn feem to be a little difcompos'd. The Czirini cruit^. The Court is expected here in eight or ten > had no lWoner promis'd the Bleilir.gs of Peace and d^ysat fartheih L G Tranquility to herfelf and to her Empire, by end in3 Pari% July 4. The Marquis d'Antin fets out this the War with the Tuik, than beheld a new Lfragus Day foi BreiL , D A forrn'd by the hereditary Enemy and Swede::, in cr- Benin, July 5. The King fets out the 7th for der to rob her of thofe BlelGngs. Accofdwg to thi* Connngsberg, every thing being in a readinefs for his Letter of the League indeed, it would appear to be ilajefty's Coronation on the 20;b, for which purpose barely defensive; But it is bcliev'd, and for gocu feveral Medals have already been coin'd, reprefcniing Realcns, that there are fecret Articks, which t.ne t.vo julbce on the one lide, wittt a aword and a Bjllance high Contractors have not thought proper to e::po e :-j in one Hand, and a Looking Glafs in the other, with . the publick'View. Her Imperial Majerly, who is tVis infeription, on the one fide Frederick King of ail acknowledg'd for a Princefs of a very qu-ck D:':-PruJJja, Julj 20, 1740, and on the other TbeHc-ppi- j cernment, has pretty openfy declar'd her bent.mei t; neji of the People, A Danifh Envoy, and another , concerning that League, and where it has been f.-.z .Torn the Duke of Tufcany, are lately arriv'd here. ! hatch'd. The I.eague, according to her, is really M S j offenfive, and the Place chac has had the honour to Berlin, July 'Tisconfirm'd that the King has ; give it Birth is neither Conibntmople nor Stockho'ra, refe-lv'd to augment his Troop with 15 Battalions, ' but Ver-Is. 1 he French Ambair.dor is louk'ii '.he Commiilion Ofjicers, of whom the Count de [ upon, as it's no wonder, with a very evil Eye; and Dohna and the Prince of Bruniwick are to be two, ! the Court of Ru Ilia have enough to do ro keep Tern-being already appointed, and the ceceflary Recruits per with him. But he, far from bein^ disconcerted to be rais'd forthwith; and 'tis reported that he in- j at the Sufpicians that he well knows both his Excel-tends to raife a new Regiment of Grenadiers, ca:i'd | kney and nis Court labour under, appears with the the Grenadiers of the Cailie. M.le Marfchall, Mi-J greateit AfTurance, and even in quality of a Mediator; nifter of State, is made Prefiderv. of the new College ' leemingly endeavouring to fliut up thofe Woucds.-Cisar. which the Kiug has erefied with the Title of the I he is really doing his utmoft to widen, and eve.i to Office of Favours, and his Majefty has created him a 1 render incurable. This is fuch a bare-fae'd Farce, Knight 6f the new Order of Merit. The Livery of as is not every Day a&ed, even at the Courts of the new Regiment above mentioned is ca be of blue Princes.-^-However, may we not fay on thisOc- Cloth with iihrer Facing, the Tag or Shoalder Knot 1 cafion, that it-is an ill Wind that blows no body alfo of Silver, and a pretty larg Hat with a broad ! Good. This (fufpeSed) Treatment on the, Part of :Wc Silver Lace. The Prince of Horfteinbec is appointed , moit Chriftian King has fo alienated the Heart of the a General of Foot. 'Tis certain that the King has j Ruffian Emprefs irom him, that fbe is ready to join with his greateft Enemies; being more eager to wreck her Revenge on the Original, than on the Tools, of her Uneafinefs and Difappointmtnrs. The Day after order'd a itately Palace to be built for the Queen Mo ther, in that part of this City csli'd Dcrothyftadr, which will cott four Millions of Florins, befides two*] Millions that are to indemnify the Owners of the Hocfes and Gardens that are to be deifroy'd to nuke flie had fign'd the Treaty between her and the Porta, fhe was pleai'ed p&blickly to declare, and even with room for it 'Tis faid there is to be a Wing added to- - an Air of Complscency and AHurarii_e, that fhe r.owi the Cafile of Charlottenoourg while the King is ab j hoped to give a long Tranquility and Reft to her Pco-fent. A Project is talked of for erecting Konimberg j pre, who had been but too much harafa'd. and broken into a Free Port. G E ! with the Calamities of War. G E Hanover, July 8. Hk Majefty h^Jds frequent Conferences with his Minifters at Herenhaufen, upon many important Affairs, concerning the Intereft of the Prouftant Princes in the Empire. D A Copenhagen, July 9. .The new Ruffian Envoy arrived here the ;th from Petersburg, and waits im patiently for his Majefty's Return L�m Holftein, to 'mpart the Commiffions he is charg'd with, which are faid to be very important, and to refpeft the new AI-l'ance that is negociating between the Courts of Great Britain and Rulfia. , . MS Berlin, July 9. Two Days ago the King return'd about Noon from Charlottenburg to this Place, and his Majefty fet out an Hour after that for Prufih. M S Hanover, J..ly 13- The Kir.g, who God be thanked, continues in perfect Health, came hither this morning frem Herenhaufen to view the apartments in the Ciit e ; and at Nocn his Majeily returned to Herenhaufen. On the 9th Inflant M. Adcleb-len, PrefiJent of the Council of the Court of CafTel, arrived here; and at the fame time arrived M Alt, minifter fiom the King of of Sweden as Landgrave of Hefll-. M. Guy Dickens, Scoet.iry from the King of Great Britain to the King of Pruffia, arrived lure on the f.me Day from Berlin ; as d.;da:fo M Kalbe, Councillor of iheCharnber of Finances fiom tjje Court of Saxc-Gotha. On the 1 nh airivtd here the RigJit Honourable the Earl of Holderr.efs from Cartel ; and Y'efttrd'.y her Grace the Dutheu if L'oriet arrived from the fame place, whither fhe h-*i accompanied hef Royal Higaneis the Piincefi Mary from England. LG Leghorn, June 25. By a Felucca j ill arrived from Provence, \re anprrl.er.d u.^: twe'vs Men uf War, LONDON, Juiy g. From Vienna. Not only the Ambafia.ior of France at this Court, but alio the Imperial Miniftry, feed to be a good deal embarrafs'd and alarm'd at the un-forefeen Journey of the King of Great.Biitain to Hanover, in which they imagine tome Myflery to be couch'd : They think, and with feme. Reafon, tbac his Bntannick Majefty's Prefence in Germany, in the prefent Conjuncture of Affairs, is an Event of very great Importance, and expeft, amongft ether things, the Negotiation and Conclufion of an Alliance between this Prince and the King of Prnffia, who always ar>-pear'd to have as ftrong an-Attachment to his Britannick Majefty as the late King his Father had a D f-like to him ; which Attachment will prooably le cultivated and improv'd by the Queen Mother, who, it's btliev'd, will have an interview-with her Brother the King of Great Bitain. It's likewife e.tpsclrc', that the Alliance between the two piiuc:3 wili be ilrengthen'd by the Accdlion cf other Powers. In ti�e mean time the French Mm.ftry eade^vour by M mean^ to thwart thiU Negotiations. G E The Swedish Mi i.ier here. a Convention which he had with tome foreign Minifteis, amor'gll whom was ihe Secret uy to the Emb.dly fipm "p-.Hi, upon the Subjeift ot the Altiarxe concluded between hi� Swtdifh Majefty and the Otf< man l'urit, told them, that the AmbalTdurs of Svva cn *t Cor.ftan-unople were j.'.tt upon the Puir.t of their Le'^.iu'K, when the Mi.uiitrs ot tke I'orte d�t.in\J t-.i.-n, i-i order to conclud- the Frvtry v. n.ch bcati tue Tuieof Perpetual Fruz.w.-.p i ai.cr tl:e CoiiciuSitr. of" w hn h, he :aic, tae S.vcci.i. Aa-ali.d'ors f^r.: 0 ..-.'.nr. tr.nr Ccu::.
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