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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - July 15, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. IV, RICHARD REILLT, The Dublin News- Numb. Letter. From Tuesday July the 15th, to Saturday July the 19th, 1740. Since our laft arrived two Britifh Pacquets, which one Holland Mail. brought RUSSIA. Petersbourg, June rd. I HE Honourable Edward Finch, Efq; his Brittnnick Majefly's Minifter to this Court, had his Audience of her Czarifh Mijefly on the 8th Jnllant. The Czi-rina fent one of her own Caaches and Six, an Equerry, four Grooms on Horfeback, two on Foot, and two Footmen, to conduct Mr. Finch to Court, where he was received at the Coach Door by a Gentleman of the Court, the Guards refting on their Arms, and conduced by him thro' the Garden to the Czarina's Apartment, at the firll Door of which the Marfhll of the Court and two ChamberJains receiv'd and cenJucted him to the Anti-Chamber, where the Grind Marital Count Lewenwolde made him a Compliment from the Czarina; after which Mi. Finch was introduced by the Grand Marfhai to her Czarifh Majelly, who was feated on a Throne, the Duke of Courland as Grand Chamberlain on the Right Hand, and the Prince of H^ffe Homhaurg on the Left, the Ladies of the Court, all the Generals, &c. being pre-ftnt. Mr. Finch having made his Compliment to the Czirina, was conducted to an Au"lience of" the Princefs Antic and the Princcfs Elizabeth, and having pid his Compliment to them, as he alio did to the Prince of Brunfwkk, he was conducted home in the Czarina's Coach. In the Afternoon of the fame Day, he had alfo hi.� Audiences of the Dutchefs of Courland and the young Princcfs, the Hereditary Prince dining abroad at hii Uncles with the Turkifh Seraskier and Ag�, who arc returning home. To thefe Audiences Mr. Finch was conducted in the Duke of Courland'j Ceflch with a Pair of Horfes, attended by two Grooms and two Footmen. At Night there was a Drawing Room At Court, where Mr. Finch had the Honour to pity at Cards with the Princefs Anne, another Lady, and General Botta, who made up the Party. General Keith arrived hese hi\ Night, and went to nuke bis Court this Morning to her Czar jib. Ma/efly, who received him very gracioufly, and made him a Pre fent of a Sword, the Hilt of which was fct with Diamonds, and a Gold Medal. L E Petersburg, June 28. As foon as the Affair of M. Wolimki is over, the Emprefs will proceed to fettIt the Succeffion to the Crown in favour of the Princefs Anne of Mfcklembourg. D A While the Pubiick icem'd very much concern'd at fhe calling home the Perfian Ambafltdor, we have receiv'd Advice that Thamas Kooli Kan has nominated a Miniller to felide here in bis Room, he is aclu ally cn the Road with a numerous Retinue. D A ITALY. Leghorn, June 24 N. S. The Regency being informed of the Meaiures t.->ken to decoy the Jews from this City, has publifh'd a Decree whereby they declare, that fuch as retire from hence fliall be liable to tie Forfeiture of their Goods and Chatties. G E Milan, June 29. It is given out here, that the King of France will bay the Ifland of Corfica of the RepubJick of Genoa, and then give it to the Great Duke of Tufcany in Exchange for the County of Falckrnftein, and fome other Territories fituated on the Confines.of Lorrain. Jn conference of this Regulation, hismoft Chnftian l\�;jefty will bediTcharged of the Pei.fions he fs obliged to pay to the Houfe of Lorrain. G E Rome, July 2, N. S. Nothirg of Moment paffed in the Conclave this Week, and it is ttill divided into two principal Facticns or Parties, viz. the Cardinal Camerljngue's, and Cardinal Corfini's. L E GERMANY. Grand Signor's AmbafTador is expected here the 2Gu\ of this Month, and will make his pubiick Entry the 27th or 28th. That Minifler's Retinue con tills of upwards of 500 Perfons, molt of whom are magnifi cently cloathed, and have the nneft Horfes that can be fcen. G E Franckfort, July 10. We hear that the Princefs Confort to Prince William, Stadtholcierof Hefle-Caf-fel, died the 21ft paft, but that her Demife was ke; t fecret that it might not interrupt Princefs Mary's Pub-lick Entry, and the Rejoicings on account of her Marriage with Prince Frederick, Son to the decea'ed, who had lived fome Years feperate in her voluntary Retirement. She was of the Home of Saxe Zeits, Daughter of Duke Maurice and MaryAmel.j, who was jDaughter to Frederick William Magnus, Eec-tor of Brandenburg, born the 20th of March, 1691, and married September 28, 1717. of which Marrnge were born Prince Frederick, Auguft 14. 1720, and .1 Princets namii Mar/ Amelia tue 7th of July, 17 21. MS Hanover, July 12. The Prince and Prinrefs of Hefle-CaiTt), as alfo the Prince and Princefs of Grange, I PRUSSIA. ) Berlin, June 24, O. S. Every Body is pleas'd here to fee the Satinet ii n and Harmony in the Royal , Family, and p^rtiCulaily betwixt the King and the ! Qu/en his Confort; from which we promife ouri�lv*t his Reign be m.ld and happy. The Kn-g ukee ; Cogt:;2iiiCe of every thing, and determine* himfelf what fha.I be done in the moft important Affa.rs of Government. He is alfo every Day reviewing his Troops, out of which he pkks the cleverell Men, im incorporate thtm in the throe Battalions of Guards that he is ra.fi ng, and which are to be very hand* icmdy tqu'pp'd. Another Regiment is actOilly" railing for tue Queen's Brother, the third Prince ol Wo.'/enbutrle, and he is to have a Company in it ccn-filling cf 3C0 Men. The faid Prince m atcoidingly expfcied tisie foithwith, and a magnificent Apartment is actually fitting, up for him. t he Privy Coun-(li.'or Eckard, who uas the chief, cay the lole De-p fitcry cf (he late King's Secrets, ii o-d*i'd, as we hear, to rciir* out of his Dominions. After his Ma-j Court imagin'd he had fail'd according to Orders. S Jfi Madrid, June 21. The Queen finding herfelf frequently indifpes'd, the Phyficians have prefcrib'd her the ufe of the Bath as abfolutely neceilary. The Court has difpach'd an Advice-Ship from Cadiz, with fecret Orders to th� Governors ol the principal Provinces in New Spain. It's reported that the freqaent Conferences between the Count de la Marck and the Marquis de Villarias, regard not only the Conclufion, of a Treaty of Commerce, but alfo the Convention by which the Subjects of France are to furniih the Spanifh Settlements with Negroes; in all Appearance a Compny of Merchant! of Nantes or St. Malo will undertake, this Commerce, which brcught the Eng-
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