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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - July 19, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. IV. RICHARD RE1LLT. in News Numb. z~g iter. From Saturday July the 19th, to Tuesday July the 22c], 1740 Since oar laft arrived o�e Britifh Pacqaet, which brought one Holland Mail, viz. RUSSIA. Petersburch, July i. * H K Emprefs lately affemb'ed an extraordinary Council, to which were fummon'd not only th
me terri:oridi Jurifdictions, vill be fhortly removed. Ah'. Hanover, July 15- Tr.eKingin Quality o.' Elector at Ha�over, has fen: r. ReJcript :o th� E'edor of Menia, wherein his Majtriiy �rx'r:or:-> tint Pnr.ce 10 avoid Hofti'nies with Prince Wi'.liam of UriL C; ffe. about the Affair of Kanau. The laft Conrer from London brought Difpatches which have mucc his ,vh. jelty refolve to return to England Iconer tiian h� intended. L E LOWER-SAXONY. Hamburgh, July 1 ^. We harn in in Cop�r.lr rj;-p that his Dsnjih iVbj.-tiy, with the Quren an.I I'i.icc Roy^l, were �nived there fr�;m Hoi Item on the 1 it'i Our lalt A^vice-j 'r�:u Siv-cklio-'m sii::.c c, tii'.t the Swedes have a're?dy frrrr.fd a Camp in Fir.knd cf a-bout 20,000 Men ; that rh" Ruil;ans have aifo en camp'd 30,000 Meri pre:ty near them ; bat that they both kiep very quiet in the.r drnp^.. iiof having as yet'eommitted the iealt Divorcer 01 Floflility. GE NETHERLANDS. L'rni.ht, July 21. Letters frcm Barcelona of tne 3d import, that Part of '.he Brtifh Squadron is -gin", cruifin^ eft that Po.t, infenrkh that it is in a mannet block'J up. M S H f� L L A i\ D. From ti.e Leyden Gazette, July � Extract os -.ett.t ironi London. July tN. t. This Armament [mwning rh- biyjadrocs unjer the Command of Sir jonn Net'is aco Ccmrncdan vjUcn] e-mt to h>.ve v.ivtn *ome L nbrage to -he Cr.urt or Fiance, if we can g've a.^y Credit to the Report which is fpie-id, �hat -�r. Exprels, which arr.veu irom Pt-.ns tht 6:h inlhiiir, hrouyhr Dilpatches 'rotn ;hs Karl of V\ nldegrave, the King's Amb.iF:cor a: th^t Court, wherein his Excellency imp.irr* r� t'-.s Regency a Declaration which the Cardinal de Fleury made to him on this Subject, it is id the Subfta'icc of thai Declaration i-r, " That the Court of F; a rice had in-violablv ob.'erv'd a Neu.iality in the pre.'cnt War between this Court and that of >p.un, upen the AlVuran-ces given, her. in the Kir.g'i Name, :hat his ?/Iajeity hid no inreruioi io maJcc any Lcriqccfb either in Europe or America ; but that his only Ai.n v..is to procure S itiif.ctior* for his Subjects . That his mdft ChriiliunMsje-'iy was reiolved toobferve tlieNeutrali-ty as io: g as Hoiblities did net pafs ihefe Baundi; but-that he could not help givii.g Notice that the powerful Squadron equipping in thePoris ofGreatEritain,and ca which a cotiiiderible Body of Troops is to be embark'd, . began to give him Umbrage, becauie that Armament could not but be ddlin'd for fome important Enier-prize: That in cafe the Ecglifh really intended :o make any Conquefis upon Spain, fuch' a Step would d.fengage the Court of France from her Neutrality, which fhe refo'v'd upon cn!y with a Provi'o that no Conquefis fhould te attempted; and therefore, i.: this-Fleet fhouid put to Sea, the King of France could not difpence with himfelf from fending his Squadrons, in orcVr to join thofe of Spain, and put a Stop to the ?rn-grtfs of the Britifh Aims in either Hcmifphere. It rs pretended that this Declaration was the Subject of tne Deliberations of the Council which afTenibied the 6th J nil. and fit till Two o'Clcck in the Morning : This, however, is certain, that a Courier was immediately dilpach'd to Hanover uith the Resolutions of that Council, and it feems that Courier's Return a wducd ior with the utinoit Impatience. S JE SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, July 7. Thurfday hit the reputation from the Burroughs attended his Grace the Duke of A-gyll, and weic received in the molt haru.ome Manner ; and here it may not be im pre per to give the Reader a genuine Copy cf the Mcnon macs for that purpife, together witti the Reply which isiaid to have been made by his. Grace when it was prtl'ected. L E Edinburgh, Jaly 3. The general Convention of the Royal Burroughs of Sociland, nominate and appoint the B-irrou^hs or Edinburgh, Perth, Dtindee, Stirling, Lir.lithgow, Sc. Andrew's, GUfgow, and Inverbervie, ss a Committee of that Number to wait on liL (>race the Djke of Argyll, ar.d to a.Tarehici of theg^eat Regard they have for his Grace's Peribn 3nd Family, and to declare their entire Satisfaction with his Grace's Appearance for the HopGur and In-ter-.lt of his Msjtity, the Preservation cf the Libirties of his M .jslty'a Subjects, the Commerce of the Nation, the Rights and Privilcdges of the Royal Burroughs, and the City cf Edinburgh in pariicuar L E To which, v>e are informed, h;i Gnce made tha following Aulwer: I am unworthy of the great Honour which the Rcyal Burroitg-' ar; olcaxd to do me } 1 lk'.ve in all in/ Ac- i- n man unccreiy ncetnt tiie Service of Div King ai.d Cou.itr^ ; 1: was my mdiipen-fible Duty fo to Uu ; Merit I nave none. L L E N G L A N D. Briflol, Julv i ?.. Tht leeinr.ir.g rr" th:> Week return.d :rcm her C'ti ze, thr lir.itol Man of War, wlio 'twa' rtpJTted h
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