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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - September 27, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. IV. RICHARD RE1LLT Numb. 390 ubiin News-Letter. From Saturday September the 27th, to Tuesday September the 30th, 1740. f.nce our arrived one Britifh Parquet, which fi-o;)ght ene French and one Holland Mails. RUSSIA. Petersburgh, September 9. \\ R Emprels having a Mind tc fee that the u:moft Ore be taken of the young Prince, Son to the Princefs Anne, hast.-tus'd an Apartment adjoining to her own to be prt-j>a/'d for him. No body is admitted tu fre this Prince without the immediate Petmilfion of theKmprefs. It'.- 'z>d that thecon-rfcarsd Ettaterand Effects will be fold for moie than a Million of Rub es. G E Our Squadron that is cruizing in the Baltick is to return in:o the Port of Ctonltadr before the End of this Month ; but the ships will not be laid up till it has been leen what Reioiution the General Dyet of Ssvc aen, that is to meet in December next, fhatl ha�e rak�n. * Mi> PERSIA. Tfpahan, March 2. Thamas Kouli K?n did not return hither from his Expedition againfl the Emperor of Mogul, till lall Month. By the Treaty he concluded with him, the Great Mogul gives him the Title of Ring of Kings, King of I ime, the Refuge oi' the Mahometans, th� Succett'or and Imitator of 'Alexander. He takes Notice in the Preamble, thaf ' fvou.lt Kan, to whom he gives alio the Title 0/ the Great Schach Nadir, hr.d fent an AmbaiTador to him, whom hedid his utmoft to difpveh as foon aspoflible: And, fays he, the Schach Nadir fhou'd not have been cblig*d to hsve fent Mahomet Kantonr to me, if jt had not been for the Negligence of my Miniiters, who always deferr'd giving an Anfwer io the Ambaf-lidor, chafing rather to embroil the twoGoveroments, and to fet them at Variance, than to do what I or-dcr'd them. This was the Reafon that Schach Nadir, uncafy to find his Ambaffidors not return, refolv'd to come himfelf into my Dominions; the Confequence of which was that we were defeated : Viftory inclin'd to his Side, and Forttme favour'd him to fuch a De free, as to render him Malfer of my Empire. He tnter'd Dely and took it. He made fure of my Per fon, and took all my Jewels and Diamonds: He has moreover demanded o: me, that 1 mould give him a Lift of my Revenues. Bn: having promts'd me to re-flore me to my Throne, I declare him the lawful and Sovereign Lord t f all nay Territories fituare on the Weft fide of the Country of Noudbtck, of the Sea of Snide, and of the River ofSangora, of Cfvtour, ef th? Diitn'd of Caboul, of the Mountains of i'att.in .ind Jat, of the Fortrefs of Vexel, Ccudabat, and all rhe Dependencies on Patta and Tatta. r.ferving to myfelf all the Empire of Indoltan. This Surrender induces all the Country from Candahor to the River 1 ririas. The Elephants, Camels Artillery, Tents and Ammunition, taken in the different Actions, are va-Iuedat75,ooo,oooMillionsof Livres; 375,000,000! were taken out ofti.e Imperial Treafurc ; Jewels and precious Stones to the value of 200,coo,000 I. the Empcroi's Bed of St;>ce 175.000,0001. an Imperial Throne fet with Diamonds 225,000,000 1. Plate fee with pr clous Stone^ 275,000,000 1. Money and Jewels taken from the F.mperor'sWives and Children 755,000,oco 1. the Plunder of the City of Defy 250,000,000!. Contributions rais'd upon the inhabitant- 250,0001000 1. fK>m the Great Men of the Empire 250,000,000 1- from the two Grand Favourites of the Emperor 400,000,000 1 and from the �ftates of the Miniilers anJ Favourites of the Great Mogul, who were put to Death at the Defirs of Thamas Konli Kan ; the whole amounting to 2775,000,0001. Mor� Riches thtn the greatdt Part of this were brought from thcCity of Dely alone. People would with D fficuf, i> lieve wh^t is above related, was it not that the I-'i<:!ns of Indoi'an are well known, and that M.ir.u;..*L:rs and Produce brought in every Year vait Surm. b'-t~. fom Ada and Europe, which feajreeever got cur Kouli Kan has Hkewife impos'd up gai an annual Tribute of 75.000.0; tied the annual Expcnce of the Cou at 110,000,0001 Tbjs fudden Revolution, which is '.-arce to b� parallels in Hiftory, wai owing to the '.".d Government ftric Empire o/M^gul, where the i'eopre groan'd '.
art has late'y received fcveial Difpatcnes from its AliniWers at Hanover and Paris upon Affairs of giest Importance, as it will, it's fiid, 'ere long appear. In the mean time 'tis certain tktt the R-euclton of the Tioops is lufpended, till it (hall be diicovei'd what turn uteAffjirs of Europe may take. S J E The Day before Yelleiday a Courier (rem Hunga'y brought the melancholy News, that Count d'Althtn. Biihopof Waiizen, with twelve of his Domeft'ck , wcte dead tiitre cf the Phgur, whicn conrirru'd to m^ke dreadful Ravages in t^.at Kingdom. S J � Hanover, Sept. 15. Hia Ma yiiy and all the Court (ei out this Morning for Lintsbtug a hunting feat a-bvat thirty. Engiifb Miles from hence, where it a thought he will fpend ten D�ys. G H Hanover, Sept. 20. The King of Pruffii pail'ed by this City the 16th, buc did net ca�! at Here^haufer1. The fame Dsy � Courier from the Earl of Wakle-grave' brought the French King's Deditation cou-cerniog^the Departure of the Brelt and Toulon Squadrons ; on that Occa/ion a grand Council was held, at which t^ie Count d'Ollein, the Empexov's Envoy Exttaordinaiy was invited. L � Hanover, Sept. 23. Three Days ago a Courier" was fent to Pans, with Ditpatches for the Earl of vValdegrave, containing a Declaration which his Excellency ss tj make to tue French Conn, concerning the Departure of the French and TouJon iqu.-dror s. LE PRUSSIA. Eii'w, Sept 13. The Marquis de Beaavan is expected here in a tew D->'s from faris, to-Cornplimer.c tt.e King of Piuffia in the Name cfhis Mcfk Lhriftiaa Majetly, upon his Accelhon to the Crown. G E Berlin, Sept. 20- The King of Pruffia has iflued a Proclamation, that all Perfons ;hat have an Ircome to live upon, who /hall repair to this City to ftttla here, fliall be free from all Taxes whatfoever, both chey and thar DDmelticks, for the fpee of two Years; and his M.ijeliy has permitted the Roman Cathoiicks to build a Church her-- for the free and publick Exercile of their Religion. � GE Berlin, Sept. 24. Lift Night the King arrived at Potzdam fr^m Ctevts : His Majeftf was taken ill with a Fever on the Road, but is now perfr&iy reco-ver'd. Th: 22d Inflanta Courkr arrived hert from Sjl zdiifi, w�n Advice that Prince Auguftus.William, the King's Brr.ther, having ta^en a Four thither to fee the Duke aid Dutchefs of Brunfwick Wrclfenbut-t'e, hid demanded in Marriage the Princefs Lonifa-Amelia <^f B unfwick. Siller to the Queen, and that ti�ey vve/e affiincfd the 20ih before all the Court. Ths News was confirmrd the fame Eten:ng by the Arrival cfM. Stamroeron, Majter cf thcHcrfc to the Duke or Brunfwick, cha'g'd to cotifv to the two Queens the Loncluhon of this Marriage. Piicce Wtiiiam was born the nth cf AugL-fr 1722, ar.d Princeis i bui.a Anieii.i the 29 h oi January of thr tame Month. LE SPAIN. Cadiz, Sept 6. The Toa!on Squsdrm ar'iy?4 here tfus Day, ai'd is waning tor the B.eif Squadron, in ord^r to Uil together to :ie Wed Irdies. L E . F R A N C �. Pai;, Srp. J - Tne Fria. h are repairitg the Fart2l-at!�ns of the Town inn vauie of Bf�lt. Bf the
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