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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - September 30, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. IV. RICHARD R EILLT. Numb. j9/ ie Dublin News-Letter. From Tuesday September the 30th,   to Saturday Ottober the 4th, 1740. :*'uce our hit arrived two Britifh Pacqucts, which brought one Trench and one Holland Mail*. RUSSIA. Petersburg!), September 6. 'E h3ve received Letters from Per fia with Advice that Schach Nadir has lately gain'd a com-pleat -Victory over an Indian King, whole Name they don't teli us,   that came to attack him.  It is sdded,   that the fchach, after his Victory, madehimfelf Mailer of all the Treafures of the Ir.d.snMonarch, which amounted to the Value of i 50,000,000 of Crowns.     L E P O L A N D. Warfaw, Sept. 18. We have Advices from feveral Parts of Poland, that the Petty Dyecs of the Kingdom have in their Aff-mblies determin'd upon their respective Deputies or Members witHout the ulu^J DiJorder, to be lent to the General Dyet oi the Kingdom in October, and we have Letters from Drelden, which impart, that his Poiilh Majelly intended to be here bv the 15:h of October. SJE L"tterb from Hanover confirm his Britannick Ma-, ieliy's Rrfolution to fet out the 26th fur Great Britain, ..nd th.t frefh Hones were order'd to lie on tLe Rond, and a Dctachm.-nt of the Hone Giciiadiers oidcr'd to attend hts M-jciiy to the I'rentier:, of Holland. SJE I '1 A L V. Florence, Sept. it. On the 71I1 Inftant M, Jo-dau, the Great Duke's Engineer, leiu'n'd hither from Fra�ce, whither lie went to procure, and brought with him a Number of Workmen to be employ'd at the Ir._n mine.-, which he jnd a Co;np.my of Lorrainers h�ve taken in farm, in oruer to maks ; IronCannon, Anchors, and all manner oi common Utenfils and Works of Iron. On the 8th Seignior Lantero, who in the month of Aiarch bit was arreted at Sienna, and kept in Jail here at the requefl of the Republick of Genoa, for a Breach of Truic in the publick Banks, was fent from hence to Leghorn, in order to be deliver'd up to the Officers of two Gallies of the Republick, which arc arrived there to receive him. The bit Litters from Lombardy advife, that the Venetians having of late aker'd the Courfe of the River Tartara, aBtanch of the To, which wa> at tended with f'ome Damage: to tiieALmtu.in, the Go veruor of Mantua lent a Par;y of 160 Country Fellows, gurrd-.d by two Regiments oi Imperial f uot, to denwlifh the Works the Venetians had made on the Banks of that River. LG o P A J N. Madrid, Sept. 13. They wri�e from Cid'z of the Sth lnilant, that they have icceived a Confirmation that the Squioron commanded by Don Rodng.ie ce Torres was feen off of the Azores the 1 i  make Preparations for his Expedition, wnich, according to common Report, is deiign'd ag-.inft Jamaica : It is alfo faid that he will attempt to drive the Englifh out, of the Bahama Iflands. They add from Cauiz, that the French Squadron which faiPd from Toulon, had andoubtedly bent its Courfe towards Ameiica. L E The following is a Lilt of the Troops and Stores on board Don Rodrigue's Squidrcn : 1 fme Battalions of 600 Men each ; two Companies of Bombardiers of 100 Men each ; 6000 Cloathings for the Troops in America ; 5000 Mufkets; trie fame Number of 'Bayonets; 4000 Swords and Sabres ; 10,000 Cannon .Balls; 4000 Bombs ; a vail Quantity of Pickaxes, Shovels and other Inllruu.ents lor breaking Ground, b�fides Provifions for fuur o five Months.   The Of rt�!ions are all Men ;,ll\vs in the lalt L E ' 1 .! Cha' g-; th.ii .t;.eDA<' ' f    1 C:l;ce : d    .11. by riving, a I'u/r of l'ucii '. *fl be cMkrua j, and if ij, ali tnc - qusviva will be  �'> ia to be in the Mimftry is revive, . Mirandola excuied himftlf fioii: of Prime Miniiler when it w^s 1:. �that he had not'Abiltties eri..iif-,r "Importance, 'tis not doubted bu: at length upon the Caidin.il Moii. s World ii perfuaded chat Cardinal declaredInquificor Genera!.   The Jiues to meet at Sf. fldefonfo, but i ded.   Since the Departure of the F Re We;i .'ncii&s it would b Nonfen.j to threaten Ire- GE GERMANY Vienna, Sept. 7. O. S. The Tufkifh Ambaffador having refolved to take all his Retinue with him when he paid a Vifit to the French AmbaiTador, the Coun-cif of War gave him to undcrftand, that the eftablifh'd Ceiernony would not allow him to talce more than a Dozsn. Thh Minifter has had a Vifit from no other foreign Ambaffador, nor indeed has be notified his Arrival to any bu; the French On the 2d he went out for the firlt Tfnie, with 150 Perfons in his Retinue, and his ordinary Munckpiaying before him, to the Count d'Oetipgen's Garden, which the Court has hired for his Diverlion, where his Country entertain'd him with Rope-dincing, Tumbling, and feveral other Perforruar.ces_of the lame Tafte. The Plague appears again in feveral Parts of Hungary. SJE Liege, Sept. 17. Nctwithftanding it is declared by the King of PruftYs Manifelto. that "the Pruffian Troops have Ordrrs to Hay no longer in the County of Home, than till the Prince of JJege fli-dl hearken to Reafon, and confent to a juft and fair Accommodation, yet moll People here are of Opinion, that the Defign of the King of Pruffia, in caufing. his Troops to enter into Mafeyck, ii to keep Poffeflion of that place until the Death of the Elector Palatine. LE Vienna, Sept. 20. Upon Advice that the Plague continu'd tofpread in Hungary, Orders are given ibr parties of the Imperial Hhrfe to patrole Day and Night, in order to prevent its farther Communication, it naving carry'd off feveral perfons in thole Countries, SJE Vienna, Sept 21. On Sunday the iSth Inftant the French Ambaffador took his Audience of Lc^ve' of tha Emperor, in the fame manner as Prince LicLten-llein has done at Paris, and receiv'd the ufual Prclent of the E'jjpcrui's Picture fet with Diamond . LG F R U S S 1 A. Berlin, Sept. 24. Yeiierday in the Even'ng the Kiiig of Piuflia ai rived at Potzdam, and his Majefty bemg indilpoi'd of an Aguei M, Elhrd, his c.i.e* Phylictan, let cut the fame Morning for that Place, having receiv'd Orders from his Majelty for that purpoJe; but hi- M^jeliy is neverthelefs expecttd in Town To morrow or next Day. It is repr-rted liere, that as his Pruffian Majelty palled th.oufh Brumwijk, P.ince'William his Brother was contracted tc a Prin cefs of Biur.fwick, Siiter to the Duk* Regcrt aru Queen of Pruffn, and thntthe Ceremony or d>z Marriage will be performed in the M>n-h ci December next, iiiimeGiaceiy ui:sr ;ne Mouirnt g of tnc ia:e King is over. L Lr FLANDERS. BrufT-ls, Sept. 29. By our laft Advices from French Fhnders, uc hear, th it the Marquis ds L:v-ry is arrived theie, in otdir tn take upon him ti.e Command of the Troops in tb^c Province. Tr~ Garrilon 01 Dunkirk ha^ been iciiiforced with twelve Battalions. The Garnfcc.s of Calais, Gravelin?^ and Bvrgue St. Vinox have alio been reinforced. li\ reported that the Militia of the Provinces 0: France-a:li affemble and be review'd next Month. L H FRAN C F. Ce;te in Languidoc, Sept. 7. We heir th'.t the tweive Men of War from Toulon, whx.'i fet lail the 25th oi iail Month, the twenty lour whica Juried from Brelt the 2d lnilant. and the four from Roche-fort, making in ail forty sail, arrived at Cadiz the 3th and 10th lnilant. L E Nants, ^ept. 20. The Bi eft Squadron has met with a violent Storm off of Cape Fintfterre, by which molt of thoi'e Ships had been d.ipen'd, wtiich was the Reafon wiiy 5 of them vvete return'd o chic Powt. How ever, as they h-.vt not receiv'd any coaliderat Is damage, it's beiiev'd they will tail agsin. lie/ add. that they are proviaiag Belie 1 lie with P:ent\ cf all forts cf .V\'arliLe Stores and Prcviiicns.        MS Paris. One du Lad, a Dea;er in Corn, having engag'd to bring a ceitain Quantity of Wheai tu the Key of La Grcve, but failing .0 do fo, without giving Notice that he intended .0 leave erf Trade, tue .-'revolt of the Merchants committed him to Pri.on, and diitnbuted to the Poor cf the Pariihes. tre ten thouiand Livres which he had depofaedas a Sscurr.y for the peifcrmance of lus Engagement. L E H u L L A N D- Utrecht, Sept 30 By a Letter from London, dated the 23 Inftant, we learn, that M. de Bcffy, tnc French Ambaflkdor, having received a Courier from Paris, had a Ccnfereuce of two Hours with the Duke cf Newcastle on the Subjeft of the Difpatciies he ha J recehed. We are are allured that freih P.oociit.or.i of Peace was the Bufwefs in hand, bat that theDuks anfwei'd JvL t;e Buffy, that the King would imvn to Prcpofals of Peace ao foon as the King of :-pain ccn-ients toxemove. the only Difficulty which occaiior.ed the prefent War, e. a free Navigation Lr the Englifh to their Colonic? in America ; that both Houka of Parliament, in their Addreffes to his M.jeily, chiefly infilled upon that Article ; that in- craer to gain that puiut, they granted tnc Sums dethn'd for c-irry;ngon ti;e War vigorocflv; and A-teiore i:\vas not poffible ta begin a Negotiation on this Head upon any otuer Conditions. Nevertt-elefsit i: repo/ted that M. de Buffy haspropc;'d a Medium, which if accepted, may poffialy bring about a Peace next \\ inter. L E Amllerdsm. Letters from England advife, tliat lefcre the Bricim courc was informeJ of the Departure of the Breft and Toufon Squadrons, it had deter-m n'd that Sir John Norris mould winter in the Ta-gus; and th-.t when Ins Portuguese majelty was in-form'd of chat Refolution, he declar'd to Lordryiaw-ley that he could not well conient thereto but upon two conditions j the firtl of whkh was, that none of ti e Eng'ifli Snidiers t.r Sailors fhould be permitted to go aOiore wf hout the immediate Permillion of the King hiinfelf; diid the otner was, that if the Ecgliuh ihould commit any Difotder, they fhould be punifh'd according to the Laws tv the Kingdom of Portugal, ; nd not oy a court marti.l of their own Officers: Thai as to the Captains and other Ofncers, his Portugueie m3Jelly con fen ted they fhould cumecnlbore whenevir they pieas'd : 8ut thofe Letters add. thic at present the Face of Affir� are grea.lv chang'd. LE Hagu;-, ^ept. 2C. It having teen currently reported that the Ct-ngrefs at Antwerp was as good as broke up. and th
                            

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