Dublin News Letter, August 23, 1740

Dublin News Letter

August 23, 1740

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Issue date: Tuesday, August 23, 1740

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Friday, August 19, 1740

Next edition: Friday, August 26, 1740

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Years available: 1727 - 1843

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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - August 23, 1840, Dublin, Dublin RICHARD REILLT. ublin News-Letter From Saturday Augufi the 23d, to Tuesday Auguft the 26th, 1740. Since our lad arrived ere E..'uih ['acqeiet, which biought oi:c lk:!d:.d .\Lil. RUSSIA. Peter:.burgh, Astgedl r. ,HE Court !ias rccei�*J Letters from M.Cagir.mat Cor .'Unrinopfe, which adviie, that many Difficulties ante upon the Subject of regulating the Limib between the Peine and the Rufinn Province^; but it's not doubted but thde Difficulties wi:l be furmountid by General Romanzc-ff, u ho is going Ambafl'ador to the Grand Seignior, he having been heretofore Minifter at the Porte, and in high Edeem there. G E Prince Anthony Ulwick of Brunfwick's Confort keeps her Apartment at pretent, cn account of herap proaching Delivery. If this Princefs brings forth a bun, her Imperial Majefty intends to declare him Suc-ceiTor to the whok Ruffian Monarchy. MS The Accommodation with Sweden will not take Place before that Court withdraws her Forces from Finland. - MS POLAND. Dantzick, July 31. OS. The Protedants of Po land, Lithuania, and PoJi/h Pruflia, have frequent Meetings, in order to agree about the Form in which they are to lay their Grievances before the approaching General .Dyet. The Memorials formerly preftnt ed to th him'.eif ot 'evt-ral I i.ings *i-.;cli had been reported to him, his .Shjedy w� -d^ulted by teveral fee.: pad;; but r.ot e=rn g to :n-jk-.- himielf knewn, he drew his Sr.Lre ccd ya: the: \ i^ins ;o tiigh:, a.'ter wounding two ot them ; ihtie two were taken up tiie next D.>y, on the Evidence el' 1 S'..roecn to whom they w holds himielf in readintfs to execute the Orders ol" the Court. D A Since the Ceiur.t de Camas has receiv'd the laft Courier from Berlin, frelh Hopes have been conceiv'd clan anncab'e Aeccmir.odation relating to the Affairs of juliers and Bergue. DP HOLLAND. Hague, Augud 1 o. OS. News is arrived here that feveral Ships have been detatch'd from the Fleet at, Ferroi, in order to go to America ; and th = r four of them were met by an Englifh Ship off the Canary liknds. ' 5 J z. They write from Hungary, that the Plague rages again with great Violence at Segedin, and in the Neighbourhood of that Place. SJE Hague Auguti 19, the Marquefs de Fenelon having been very ht?!y in Conference with fome Membeis of the Government, he told them, that all the Phantoms wh ch hud been form'd tekuing to the Projects of the King hi? Made*.', and in refpefl to his Armaments, would in the End vanifh, without any thing being put in Execution : That the States General would foon acknowledge, from the natural and undif-guis'd Conduct of his Mod Cnridian Majtdy, that ha only made ufe of his Povver to bring about a Peace ; for that one of the Inconveniences cf the prefent War, and which mud be as fenfible to Holland as France, was the Interruption it g^ve to the Commerce in'A-merica; and that his Moft Chriftian Majedy woejd be glad to concert upon this Subject fome Maefures with their Hig" MightineiTes. I, E Amfterdam. Every Body's Attention is atprdenc fix'd urcn the Motion cf the Forces now put to -ea bv Great Brita-n; and mod Peop'e mike their Ccn-jeexures about the Dedimtion of Admiral Norri- s Fleer, and of the Squadrons ot Lord Cithcurt ard Comrmxiore Anfon. rl he mod receiv'd Opinion here is, that Lord Cathcart'a Squadron is "to join the Forces already in Ametica, under the Command of Admiral .Vernon, and wilt er.deavour to make themielves Mailers of the rfiand of C'eba, which, ii's faid, rs to be attempted with twenty Men of War and twelve Thouiond ;

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