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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - September 2, 1840, Dublin, Dublin iv. Th RICHARD REILLT. e Dublin Ne etter.} From Tuesday September the 2d, to Saturday September the 6th, 1740. .�Since ,onr!aS arrive' two Bitifh Pickets, which fought one French and one Holland M-ul, v;z. RUSSIA. Petersburg!*, Augcll 16. E hear liwt feme Difficultis? h ve Ixen itarted about tnc Pbce where tfce ErnpreG'* Am-baltdor and ibat of the Grand Seignior art to be exchang'o : General Romanzow has pro po'sd theCity of Kiow for that Cereraocy ; the Turkifn Ambaffador infills upon its being perform'd in the Piain of Binder. In the mean amt th: General keeps at Kiow, and the other dce P They write from Paris, that M. de Chaurelir, formerly Secretary at War and Keeper ot trie Sea!.', is committed to the Bailile, together wi:h his Son the Chief Prehdent a Mortier : That a Couple of Aob:s are alfo committed to the Baftile, charged with having put to the Prefs the Piece intitled, The Supper of Daphne; as are likewife four Perfons who nc:d Al-i cm biles which treated of Janfenilm. G E Rome, Aug. 20. It appears by the Account of the Commiflary of the Apofiolical Chamber, that the Expencesof the Conclave amount to more than one hundred and twenty thoufand Crown- D A Franckfort, Aug. 30. Letters from Munich al-fure, that a Treaty of Subfidy is concluded between the King of France and the E1eftor of Bavaria. The lame Letters make mention of an approaching Marriage between the Prince �f Sultzbacb, and the eldeft ot the Pnnceffes Palatine. DA Rome, Auguft 21. After the Elrftion of Cardinal Piofper Lambeftini for Pope, he was carried behind the Altar, where the Cardinal's Habit was exchang'd for the Pontifical Veftment, after which he was car-Vied in his Chair, and fiet down be/ore the Altar, whi ther the Ordinals &�me according to their Cuiiom to adore him. A'"ter this Ceremony the Pope's Lleciion was notify'd to the People, by a Difcharge of the Artillery from the Caft e of St. .-^ngelo and the ringing of all the Bells. Then the Pope was ca.ry'd to the Altar of Sixtua's Chapel, where he received his fecond Adoration. About Four o' Clock the Vergers carry'J him under a Canopy to St. Peter's Church, and p;ac'd him in the middle before the high Alrar, where Te-Deum was immediately fung. and the Cardinals came to adore him for the third time, and kiiVd both bis Hand and Chtek, after which the Pope was conducted to his Apartment G E Cardinal Cdlcia has juft been re-e ftablifh'd in al! his Honours, and the Pope has referr'd to aCongregation, which is to be held in his Prefence, the Revilion of that Cardinal's Affair ; his Eminence did not ilir out of the Conclave till thisMorning, and is gone to lodge at the liule Palace of Farneze at Longara : It is not doubted but his Holinefs will refLre him the Arch-bifhoprick of Benevento. G � PORTUGAL. Lisbon, Aug. 5. The Lord Tyrawley, Ambaffador from the King of Great Britain, has receiv'd Advice that Admiral Norris s Squadron is detain'd by contrary Winds on the Britifh Coafts. G E The Mafter of a French Ship lately arrived here complains, that upon entering into this Port, an Eng-lifh Man of War, which was at Anchor under the Fortrefs, had difcharg'd five or fix Guns at him, of which Infult he cannot comprehend the Reafon. The French Merchants eftablifh'd here have thereupon demanded Satisfaction at Court, and M. de Chavigni has alfo complain'd of it. G E SPAIN. Cadiz, Aug. 9. The Captain of a foreign Ship juft arrived in tnis Harbour reports, that on the 2J of this Month he met fome little Dilbnce from Cape Finiftre the Ferrol Squadron, contifting of twelve Ships of the Line, three Frigates, oneFiiefhip, and of fome other Ships. He adds, that it was abundantly provided with all forts of Provifjons and Ammunition, and that it fletr'd the C^urfe of Southerly. Msny of the Sailors oa board (his Squadtou ate lick. G C I Madrid, Aui \S. The Dsfce of Monjcmcr hzs j icnt divers Orders :o the Troops :n Ga:iv;:a iac :hs j other Provinces ot this K.ir%iom. Tin C^un; e'e Ii ' Marck, the French Emoi!uV'.:or, receive? f'equen;l7 Couriers frrm Piris, whoie Di*p--:cl.rs he 1 rumedia::!v cozjnnjnica'.es to the King : The hit Courier brot^h: DiicjU.'ts reeling to the Arm:nient j: 3rrll. G ii L'.it Weeklever^l Pericn? brought iikiier fr^ra tfce G.-oyr.e, as beinj? coaccru'a the ::.me Account : The Kn.g has appointed Com-| miiidries to examine tium : Among orher things, s j Letier has b.*en found, which Cvntiusa Plan for I lu..-pnhng the Groyne : The Criminals are fiftee ;en or twenty in all, it 1- fiid fome cf them ha\e r.ceiiei 1 ceo Guneas oi the Engl fn Thefe Di.cover.es have cau.ed the more Sirpriz:, becaufe fuch Treafonj are ft-luom heard of in Spiin. We beir from St. Srbafihnr, th t the Garriicn of that Place has been conf:denib!y reinforced. G S Upon Receipt of the News of the Plague rag &g violently at Algiers and Smyrna, the Court has fei.t Orders to ail the Ports or this Kingdom, no: to admit any Ships coming from thcie Puces ul^.t Pain of D>ath. Since the Fer.oi Squadron f;i:'d from ih:n:e, tbe Court has difpitcheu a Courier to Adm:rai Torres, to lcth:m know, that when be arrives in inch a Latitude he is to detach four or five of his Ships to the South Sea ; the reft are, it's laid, deft.-n'd for Ama-rica, and have on board 50-0 Men, with a hr%e Quantity of Fire Arms, &c. Tnis Squadron is to join that of Don Bials, who is atCarth3ge�a, and aiede-fign'd to execute fome important Enterpr.ze. The King Vetierday difcourfmt; wi;h fome foregn Mini-lkrs, faid, he was furpriz'd to hear nothing of the Fngltfh Fieet yet, far that every thing was ready to give it a warm Reception when it fhould appear upon the Coafts of this Kingdom. G E According to Advices fr.~m Hanover, there is more Couriering than ever between that Place and England, in the Courfe of this Month the Earl of Waldegrave has fent thither four Couriers, and the Count d'Offein* the Emperor's Envoy Extri-ordinaiy, has received feveral ExprefTes from Vienna fince his ArrivaUhere; ali which ha* given Rife to a Report that the Emperor is to mediate in Conjundion with France, in order to bring about an Accommodation between Great Britain and Spain. G � GERMANY Vienna, Auj 20. Yelterday the Turkifh Am-bafLdor made nis publick Entry here, according to the Ceremonial fettled with him in Conformity to that obferv'd in 1719. He was mounted on one of the Emperor's Horlrs richly accoutred, drefs'd in a Scarlet Robe lin'd with Ermin and embroider'd with" Gold, and had a Turban on his Head, with Plume adorn'd with precious Scones. G E Ratisbon, Aug. 22. The Hanoverian Minifter here has received Orders from his Brkannick Majefty tofupport Pnnce William of Heffe Caffel, in regard to his D fference with the E'ector of Mentz. Seme of the Miniilers at the Dyet have already received InflruSions from their Principals concerning tre Ratification oi the Peace with Frapce. The Bavarian Minifter has declar'd, that the Eleftcr his Mafter would be glad to fee this Affair put off for fome time. The Miniiler of the Eleclor of Triers has imparted feveral Difficulties form'd by his Electoral Highnefs, concerning the Regulation of Limits between Lorrain and the Frontiers of the Empire.1* D F Hanover, Sept 2. The Minifters of the EmperoT, PruflU, Poland, and the Elector of Mentz, continue to have frequent Conferences with the Lord Harrington. 'Tis affur'd the King will not go this Time to Gohrde, on Account of the many ASairs his Majefty is to difpatch before he lets out on his Return for Great Britain. MS Hanover, Sept. 3. The Prince and Princefs of Heffe. and trie Princefs Mary, hiving declar'd their' Intentions of rt turning home, a great Number of the Nobility and Gentry appeared Yefteiday in the Evening at Herenhaufen, to pay them their Cotapli-ments upon that Octahon ; and after Supper, their Highneffes having taken their Leaves of his Majefty feteut accordingly for Caflef. L Q HOLLAND. Hague, Aug. 25. The Augmentation and Equip-* ment were this Mcrning refolvcd upon in the AlTem-*!y of the States General, with the unitnmous Con-tnt oi ait the fevm Provinces. The feveral College
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