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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - August 16, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol t y JL * . RICHARD REl-LLT Numb. 378 jrday Augujl the 16th, to Tuesday Augitfi t.it inth, 1740. Since our h.'t ai.jvcu two i. bloug'n cv.i.� iipikr.c nr.d t. T U R I, L V. .�itifh Pacquets, which v i rc.'icsi M-ilr, viz. C- niliiuipople, ju"v 3. S loon a-, the Nciv; wee n.cf iv'd that the City at.d Ciudel of Belgrade was hv i) up to the Turk?, the Perce acquainted the Marquis de Villcneuve , AmbaiLdor from France, mat the Holtages which the F.mprror had lent were let a: Liberty, am' that they molt prepare to return home. The 23d of the !a!t Month was the Day rix'd for them to take their Leave of the Grand Vizir. G E RUSSIA. Petershuu>h, July 23. The Court has recei-.'d by E*prel*, tte News that the Ruffian '1 rccp-whic:> enter'd the Plain between Catherir.enbourg and Ohren boarg met, enrnt.'d, a^d beata Party cf jco Rebels; that the others being informed of the Dfreat of their Comrades, chole to return to their Obedience to the Emprels j and as a Proof of the Sincerity of their Intentions. rp.ve up to the Officers of her Imperial Ma-j.'Hy thole wno were chiefly ergag'd in this Revolt. Among them there is one mmed Mongul, who fays be is of tr,c Family of Gmgi Kam j fo that now ail things 3ie au.tt in ti.ofe Parts. GE The Emprei's h s promis'd not on'y to the Officers who hive born twenty five Years in the Service, but like-vile to !uch w.-o.'e Lands have been ruiu'd for v.ant ofl'crioi^ fkiirui inHiubandiy to cultivatetnem, (hat thev Dull bt- at Liberty to retire to their refptc-tive Countries and Ellate.*, on Condi-.ion that ti.ee I..lt furnifh one Man out of every hundied Peafants era play'd bv them to recruit the Aimy. A great Number of Oflicers have already taken Advantage of this Liberty.. GE ITALY. Venice, Aug. 6. They write from Conflantinople, that the Anibaffadors of foreign Powe s having been to comp'iment the new Grand Vizir, he declar'd to Sir Everard Fawkener, and M. Kaikoen, Ambafla dors from England and Holland, That he ihculd do himleifa lingular Pleaicre in rendering to the Englifh and Dutch Nationsr.il the Services he c^dd, in relation to their Commerce. Certain Advices have been receiv'd here, that Tnanws K-.uii Kin was rctutn'd to Heparan, t.'.ac !.e w�s u.firg hio utrcoii: lindeavours to put his Army upon a g-'od F oting ; and being de-iirous,of in.-.iiitainiug in KuiTia ti.e idea of his Poact and Pro!f*n:y, ho had appointed a new AmbalTeco logo tin li. it ; a.nl tint lie hsd found meens of en g-gi"gciie Grcii�:\io�'.ii 10 give his Daughter in Marriage to iii. sen. G E Romt. Jtity 23. The Conclave is fo perp'cxed with tb? Management of the Chisfs of the Factions in it, thar ti.e lime cf electing a new Peps (lili remains L-Ui Week Cardinal Aidcyranci was again propose), as was Cardinal Dcici, and both rejected. LG Tuna, luly 2e. Tiie Court has receiv'd Advice, thata Sp.iDifh Privateer had, on the 7th, conducted into the Pert of Cgiiari an E.-.gliih Ship, valued at thirty thcafnnd Ducts. � J � Miian, jure zf>. Some Peop'e here pretend theyj have receiv'ii. politive Advice of Biton NeahofF's Ar-' rival at Hanover, end mat hs is to come from thence to England. DP Genoa, J and ipiendid upon that Oc ifion ; :: Wis openii ?.z ut b,:: in the Evening by her Roya: Highnefs the iV'cecis cf Hefi'e, and his ipoft Serene H:ghnefs i'r.r.ce F.ec'erick, her Highntds's Confcrt. /ibou. 'Itn the company retir'd ro Supper ; after which tic* B.il wa-t continu'J, and lailed rill pait Two of the Clock the nex: Mcrrir-i;. L C ? R U ? S I A. Berlin. Aug. 1 A Prrciamation has juft been p'j'oiif.i'd, whereby hisMajefty grants a Pardon to alt Deicrters the.: w:ii r:urn to their Colours before the End of February n^xt, ar.d likewdfe to fuch of his Snb- re.1, and the Capital will be reimburs'd on the Arri- ! jedls whom the Fear of being inliffed has obliged to val of the hrit Ships from the Weft Indies. G E withdraw, provided they pre fen t themfelves within. From Madrid, of the 19th, that by an Order of , the ltipulated time to the Aiagiilratc, of their Cities the Court, ail Englifh Manufactures which, upon ' or Eurrc-ucr.s. �.c. IvH L n v/ � R.s A X O N Y. Hnmb'ergh, ^iug 1 2. Tt is did for certain the.; the Courts cf Hanover. Poland end Pruifia have made Search, had been fo;.nd in the Shops of that Ci:y, had been carry'd to the Cuitom-houie foi pubhek Sa.e. MS We hear from the Carr.p before Gibraltar, that fome frefli Troops are e,ruvcd there; but, as yet, they m.ike no Dupofitifcs to beiiege the Place in Form. However our Troops have creeled a Battery, confilling of feveral Cuiverms of eighteen Feet in Length, with which the/ annoy ail Ships that come into the Bay, .ind entirei / command the O.d Mole, fo that the Ships are ubliged to anchor in the a Ccmbinntion to act in concert with ref-xr? to 'be Juiien and Eergue- A^iair, and at the fame time Wiirt the Ruffian and Danifh Couns relatirg to tiioic of Europe in gere.-a!, every thing being a.ready reguiated between thefe Powers for fo falutary a Purpoie. Bi.-the lalt Lettrs from Berlin, his Pruffian Majeily w.:S determined upon his Progrefs for Hanovqr, thence tc proceed fcr Cieves, and fartner thro' ffolland for New Mole. GE 1 France, upon which he de.'igns to fper.d f.x Week;. Madrid, July 26. Several Engineers are arriv'd I MS here trcm abroad, and are to pioceed for the Gimp I FLANDERS, before Gibraltar; from v. ;.ence we conclude that the j BrufTelf, Aug. 17. We have confirm'd Advices Siege of that Fortrefs is reiblv'd upon. The Count de j frcm Vienna, that a Refolution is taken at ths Im-Giimes, who commands at Barcelona, has writ to ; perial Cojrr, to break the three Regiments of Scek-Court, that as he fufpeded Admiral Haddock intended j endcrfF, Neiperg, and V/allis, the three unfortunate to I'cmbard tiie I'own, he iiad railed two Batteries, i Field-Marfhals, and to incorporate them witb other ot forty Pieces of Cannon each, at thefurthell End of 1 Regiments. L G the Mu!e, fo that the Eneniy can'c come near enough } The Archdutchcfs has order'd the Chamber of Fi-to execute the Bombard.-;en:. They write from Fer- nances to provide the neceilary Sums for repairing the rol, that they have fo well taken their Meafnres that Fort of Oiter.d. It is laid that this Work wi!l coft they don't fear an Attack from the Englilh Squadron, and that befides the Caitles at the Entrance of the Harbour, there is alfo a llrocg Boom. L E Barce'ona, July zS. The 25th Jnflant Admiral near 500,000 Florins. ~* Q E HOLLAND. Hague, Aug. 6, O. S. It's aflur'd that the King of Great Britain will not return to England be.'ore the Haddock's Squadron made fuch a Working in fight of ' Month of October. S f IZ u?. that we thought they were going to force the j K'.gue, Aug. 9. They write from .a.mfTe:d2m, th&t Caiiies, or eife bombard the Town. VVe narrcwiy j the Nc-ife which has been made of -the Departure c>f watched tneir AJotiojjs all the Day, but in ti.e Even j tne Marquis d'Antin for Breif, has greatly the Re-ing they retir'd, and we have not feen them fince. j fembiance of tiie bringing forth of the Mcunn.'n, iive As the Court has no Intention to befiege Portmahon j or fi.-r Ships in that Harbour are, as fome lay, at .' ths K;r./. at ' G � 1
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