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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - August 2, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                RICHARD REILL2". Numb. 374. Dublin News- Letter. From Saturday Auguji the 2d, co Tuesday Augujl the 5th, 1740. Sinca our laft arrived one Britifli Pecquet, which brought one French Mail, viz. SPAIN. Cadiz, July 5. "E are MI ignorant of the Deftinnrion of the Ferrol Squadron. We near that Part of the Tre-�firre brought over in the Ships front Buenos Ay res has already btrn fen: t� Mad;d. There are actually in this B-y, 13 French Ship*, 1 o Detcb, 1 swede, a Venetian, a Gencefe and a Hainburgher. L E ITAL Y. Rome, July \o. The Eledion of a new Pope is till very uncertain : There were lume Managements laft Week in favo�r of Cardinal Aldovracdi, but they �v�rr frufcrated ; and the AnimoSties of the Albani and Cor uni, Factions increale more and more ; fb tiiac till cne o. them gives way to tfceouer, there can be DO ~ Fxctdauon ct a Concliilion.   There are now in the Conclave 51 Cardinals j the Number of Votes ijereflary for els&ing a Pope is two thirds and one "Vote more, fo that the Majority at preteot fhotrld conn ft of 55 Votes. Prince Ghtgi, on account of his Age, has jfhlicited and obtain'd Leave of t�e College for the Duke di Caoipaguaao his Son to ad in his ftead during the reft qjf the Conclave, as Mar/sal thereof; and on the +th the /aid Duke took hi* Port accordingly with the uftf^i Formalities. L G SWEDEN. Stockholm, July 17.   'Ft's the geeera! Opinion that Affairs are ma fsir way of Accommodation between this Court and Ru&a, which item* to be con firm'd by the. Orders fine to the chitrf Governors of the Swedifh Provinces and GeaeraJs of ottr Forces for putting a Stop to the Levies they had a fecond time begun by the King's Order, and the Land Militia that wa� fammon'd the Beginning of this Year remain, ing in their Habitations without any Orders for repairing to their refpective Rendezvous. MS GERMANY Vienna, July zo.   Count Oftein's Departure for Hanover is put off for a few Days, becaole of the new Inftruciiona that Miniiler is to receive.   The Court has fent to Petersburgh all the Papers found in the Cuftody of Count Dunewaid, whom the Czarina caus'd to be arretted her*.   This Gentleman is clofely confin'd, and no body but his Wife is allow'd to fee htm.                                               D P Vienna, July zt.   Letters from Conflantinople of the 17th of laft Month give an Account, that they had been in great Alarms there, which however had no other Effect than the Change of the Grand Vizir and a few fubordinate Officers.   The 6rft Tumult happen'd on the 3d of June in the Afternoon, ra the Qjtarter of the Towo where old C'oaths 3re fold ; there did not appear at the beginning above eighteen Perfons, who feem'd to have a Quarrel among them felvas; bat one ef them,  when the reft had drawn their Swords, puli'd out of his Bofom a Green Flag, which he fix'd to a Staff, and then invited all good MufTulmen to follow them.   A great Uproar immediately eafu'd. The Sultan and the Grand Vizir were both out of Town, at different Country Seats.   But the Janifar Aga, the Viaier Kayhaugh, and the Ni-fcngee Pafhaw (late Caimacan) got immediately on Horfeback; and a Guard of Janifaries was near at hand, which Guard lad by their Officer advane'd towards the Noife, and that Officer making directly at ihe.Enlign-Bearer of the Mutineers Sword in Hand, kid him dead at his Feet; then his Janifaries fell upon the reft, and after one or two more wens kill'd, dif-pers'd then.  The Grand Sigoior came upon this Newt to his Palace; Jirong Guards were piae'd every where, and the Grand Vizir himfelf was upon the Patroll all Night.   Numbers of People were faVd and put. to Death.   On the 9th there was another Appearance of a Tumult, bat it was foon fupprefi'd. Upon this fecond Commotion it was thought proper to change the Grand Vizir, which wa� done the 1 zth, �od he is fucceeded by Achmet Fafhaw, G�imacan during the two laft Campaigns, and lately Nifangee ; and Bekcer Pajiaw, who was newly arriv'd tram Guidda, fuccceds him as Nifarrgee.   The Chiaux Pafhaw is alfo depos'd and fent to Bagdad ; and the Officer who kill'd the Eniigc-Boarcr in the firft Tumult, has been rewarded with the Office* of Muiur Agfe, or Commander of that Body of Janifaries which keeps Guard at the Grand Vizir's Palace. The late Grand Vizir is made Bafhaw of Guidda. L G Victim, July 23. The Quaramain is enjoired again, and a Guard placed at Raab with the fame Stricioefs as formerly, the Pi �ue having broke cu: at Segedin and Arrath, by th: N. gligr not, a* is laid, of tne Commander at Semhfl, in difmiifmg too loon the Workmen empio/'d m the Demolition of Brigade GE Letters from Genoa fay, that upon Advice receiv'd that tie Plague is at Algiers, the Magistrates of Health have doubled the Qjarantain upon all Ships from the Coalt of.Ariica, Gibraltar and Portmahon. Thefe Letters add, that the Regencies of Algiers and Tunis being at War, their Corfairs do more Mifchief now to one another tlftn to the Christians. G E Let'ers from Guadalaxara advife, that Mary Anne de Neuborug, Queen Dovwger of Spain, died there thi 16th Ir.ft. N. S. aged 72 Year% and a few months. She was Widow of Chaiies II, -King 0' Spain. G E Six Ships belonging to the French Eaft India Cora pany are arrived at Pou l'Ori*�t within thefe few Days, from P^odkhftry, B-ngai, Sarat, the lfle oi Bourbon, and Mocha. G E Tiiey write from Nancy, tint they are aftoaliy cutting a Canjl between the. Rivers Leslie and Serre, in order to faeilrtate and improvo the Commerce cankd on between Lorrain and the Swiis Cantons. We alfo hear, that the French are making navigable a little River called the Louar, which falls into the Leire near Angers. G E Franckior:, July 27. We have at prefent more recruiting Officers here for the PruiBan Service than ever were feen before, who carry on their Levies with Succefs, as they don't 10 much require t*ll as well-fhap'J Men. The Prince of Orange's Journey for Hanovar is put off for fome time. MS Cologn, July 29. All zealoas Cathotjcks are greatly concern'd to Ice the Election of a Pontiff lo long on the Anvil, wifhiug rhat Providence may fo direct the Cardinals, as to move their Hearts to Unanimity towards io falutiry an End. MS PRUSSIA. ^Berlin, July 26.   Preparation is already making for another r'n.grefs the King is to go upon, which it is fetid will be for Hanover, to have an Intervieiw with his Britaonick Majefty ; the Queen Mother wil alfo Jollow the King thither. MS FRANCE. Paris, Aug. 3. The RepuWick of Genoa is very uueafy in regard to what is doing at SaffeUo; it is pretended that the 400 Men fent towards that Side by the Court of Turin, have encamp'd on the Lands in Difpute, and arc actually building Barracks, the better to maintain themtelves in Poffeflion. L F A Farmer has been fio'd 2000 Livr�, and all his Corn connTcated for the Ufe of the Hofpitals of this City, for refuting to fell at the current Market Price. LE It's reported at BrutTeis, that the Corgrelsat Antwerp for fettling aTariff between the Maritime Powers and the Auilriaa Netherlands will fpeedily breakup. In all probability without regulating any thing. L E Compeign, July zz.   Yefterday end the Day be. fore the King held a grand Council on Affairs of the uttnoft Importance. This Morning a Courier arriv'd from Hanover, whofe Difpatches Cardinal Fleury immediately communicated tohisMajefty; his Eminence had afterwards a long Conference with the Earl of Waldegravc, Embaflador from the King of Great Britain, at the Iflue of which at) Expreis was drf-patch'd to Madrid. We can't as yet be pofitive as to the time fix'd for the Departure of the Breft and Toulon Squadron*, but we expect loon to hear1 what Ser-vice they are defign'd for. D P HOLLAND. Hague, Aug. t. Prirate Letters from Petershurgh, yienna, Berlin, and Stockholm import, that matters 'of the higheft Confequence, as well to England in particular, as to Europe in general, are tranfteting at thofe Coorta. The King of Great Briteta, before he fends bis final Orders to his Admirals, is labouring t  [ as they think fee deferves,  wkkoct expoSsg. tbei# Empire to another War with the Turks, or.atlea^ tofreih Irmptjons from the Tartars: Aftdfoey aro the more angry to find tbemfelves, nnder afcrt of ne> eefE^r to gnmtfbme Advaatage to that Nation, whihl it'sfaid wnl actually be done, notwithflsndjog rt has! been deeJar'd they never would deviate from tfte Articles of the Treaty of Neuftadr.   Tho' it is fcarciljf poflible to br/ieve that Ruffia defign'd to begin thei Quarrel with Sweden, yet die Swedifh KfJnilier at ,Petersburg}), and the Marquis de la Checrrdie ftrena-oufly afiert and maintain, that the a&ove defenfive Treaty of Alliance was concluded with no other View, than to prevent the Swedes from being attck'd by the Ruffians 2 No" body however gives G edit to this) Afferticn, which, from the Nature of Thmgs mufl bt Life.   When Mr. Fineh firft vifited Count  Mt from England before it was heard that this Treaty was concluded, could confequently hare no IniirBctioas about if, and therefore eoo}A fay bat' little upon this Subject:. M. Woliuski, fome time before his Execution, coe-ti.umg to deny levera! things that were laid to hhr Charge, and which there was the ftrongeii rsafon tar believe were true, wss put to the Torture, upon which he acknowlecg'd himfelf guilty of many great and important Crimes.   Amongft the Articles of Accusation that were brought agamft him, the fbliowin^ are very particular, viz. That he had rfiid teverai Times to difivrent Perfbns, that the Reign of the Germans could not long continue in Ruf&a.   That he had exprefs'd himfe f in TeTms which fhew'd great Diirefpect to the Perfon of the Duke of Couriand j and that he had one Day faid, if his Dreams fhould prove true, the Swedes would be at Pe.tersbuigh before the Year 1741.   But befides thefe things, he was found guilty of feveral tresfonable Practices, which were incontcftaWy prov'd agairdi him. G E AMERICA. Charles-Town in South-Carolina, May 30. The ASembly of this Province have voted 170,000 Currency towards the Expsd&ion againft the Spaniards. A considerable B <3y of Men will be raii'd ia all the Provmces of America. D A SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, July 21.   The Right Hon. the Earl of Hay will certainly be in Town this Week.    D \ ^ ENGLAND. Briftol, July 26.   A Schooner., fleet as the Wind, lately arriv'd- from aoroed, and fince porehafed by feme � of our Merchant, is to be fitted up with the utmoft �xpcdi;ion   

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