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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<5 Dyets on this Subject iiad notthedefired Effect, becaufe oi their too great Prolixity, which" made the Nuncios not care to take the Trouble 01 perufing them, but contented themfelves with putting them in; to the Hands of the Ma/fhal of the Dyet. This Consideration makes them judge that their bed way is to bring thole Grievances witbin a narrow Compafs, by only mentioning the moft eiTential Points, and defire the Republick to name CornmiiTdhes to enter into a particular Detail about them. The Proteftants alledge againft the Reman Catbolicks, that the latter dilturb them di the PoiTelfion of the Rights fecured to them, by the Conftitutions of Poland and Great Dmchy ol Lithaania; that they invent all Manner of Pietexts to turn them out of their Churches 3nd Schools; that they ere expoicd to a great many other Vexatious Acis, in regard to their Properties; and that in their Law Suits with the Cacholicks, they generally have Reafbn to dread the Partiality 0} the Judges to the latter. On, the other Hand the Rorain Cathclieks pretend to have nuny Things to lay to ike Chsrge of the Proteftants. 6 J E SWEDEN. Stockholm, July 31. Hardly a Day pafll-s without fotne Veffcls arriving here with Proviiions, and according to all our Accounts from the Country, theie is great Reafon to expect a plentiful Harveit. D P ITALY. Rome, July 30. The two Faftions of Corfini and Albani perfift in their Oppofition to each other in the Conclave ; which Hill retards the Election oi a Pope. For feveral Days Cardinal Aldovrandi has had from 30 to 3 z'Votes, fo that in all Likelihood the Election \vili at lad fall upon him ; yet fome Cardinals have made a Proteft, that they wiil not fubmit to it, even though he fhould have a Majority. A Report having been l'pread about this City, that the two Venetian Cardinals Rezzonico and Querini were very active againft Cardinal Aldovrandi, on account of fome political Reafons of their Republick, the Venetian Am baiTador had a long Conference on the z6th Indant with thole two Cardinals, and declar'd to them that the Republick had no Exceptions to any of the Cardinals. On the 27th theFrench EmbafTador had a Conference at the Gate of the Conclave with the French Cardinals. The fame Day a Courier pafs'd through this City with Difpatches from the Court of Naples to that of France, notifying the Porte's Ratification of the Treaty of Commerce lately concluded by the Grand Seignior with the King of the Two &cili�. Letters from Naples give an Account, that there have been great Motions among the Troops; mod of the Garrifons in that Kingdom, as well as thofeon the Frontiers of Tufcany, having been chang'd ; not only for preventing the bte great Defertion of their Soldiers, but for putting thofe Garrifons into a good State of Defence. L G Rome, Aug. 6. Cardinal Aklrobandj, having had 31 Votes for above a Fortnight pad, has at hd got 52. and his Party labour: with ail their Might to g"t him the two Votes mere which hi: Emir.ency wants to carry the EleCuon. A Report is jed l'pread that this Cardinal has po: mother Vote, fo that we Batter ourleives with the Flops of having a new Por.t.rf in a few Days, unlefs i'(,ms uniorefeen j.vrnt happen?. The Party of the iealors redouble their i.tforts in order to maintain what they call ti-e" lr.depcr.dancy ot the Conclave. G E GERMANY Vienna, Arg 6. The Tu;kjfh Embafudor is ft ill indifpoted; it h even pretended that he fpitsBlood now. A new Conference has been held at the Palace on this Occafiun, at the Uiiie ot which an Expreij was dil-patch'd to Schwechat, to let the Enibsffador know that if his State of Flealtli did not permit him to make his publick Entrv, he might order it to be done by Him whom toe Porte ha* appointed to replace him in cafe of Sickneis or Death : The Embailidor, not thinking fit to accept this Propofal, anfwer'd, that he hope 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< nt to get their Wcu'nh drti's'd. They add fiom Li^in, th.it they have iscc.'y'd pretty favourable News from Goa. G E They write from Ferroi, that fix Men of W?r are fail'd from thence, two cf which are ordei 'a :o Cacz ; but it is not kncv�.n what Courfe the others lftei'd ; that the Squadron at Feirol cor.iiits of 1 6 '^h'p'; ot the Linea: prefent, we!; minn'd and provided u th.ev-ry thing nect-Tary; _and that Admiral Torre- holds him-seh' in readintis to tail upon the fir ft Ncfce : ' he Trcops in Gal'.cia continue cantan'd cn acc 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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