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   Old Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - October 6, 1830, Dublin, Dublin                                O C T 6 B E A. RiCHAk b h    k 6m Cl)c old Bttblitt IRISH Or, t&e WBeefelp CONT AI N I NG 3fntelUsetue, J OURNA LI THE  MOST Material NEWS Foreign, and Domeflick% TVESDAT,       OCTOBER,   6. 17J0 The Remainder of the two la ft Bririfh Packets, which brought x Holland, and 1 French Mail,  vii. From theForeign andLW0�Prinrs, Fublishd By AUTHORITY^ RUSSIA. MofcoxO) Sept,' 5* ORDERS are given for a new Regiment to be rais'd torthwuh, which is ftil'd the Emprefs's Regiment, and to be commanded by Major General Lewenwold. Tis laid, chac the Prince Emanuel of Portugal is to command (he 30,000 Ruflisns, that are to pals into the Emperor's S^rvct, and that this Prince will reflgn his Regiment ot Cuiraffiers in Favoii' o' Baton Stein the Prelent commanding Colonel. NETHERLANDS. Hamburgh, Sept. 29 They writc from Leypfick, t hir Prince John Adol-phus of baxtr-WeifTenrels, ruvi'j� mar-ryed the Pnncets of SaXe-Wetncnfds, his Niece, by Proxy, for Duke Ferdinand of Courland, that Prji eels let out with a great Retinue, the 20th In ft. to go to the Duke her Husband in Courland. Higut, Oftober \'. The States of Holland are lepejated, and do not meet again till Wednefday Fortr^ighr. The Stares General have given theSwils Regiment, vacant by the Death of Maj >r GeneralSchimd, to M. David Rcydtj the Command of whofe Company is given to M- John Bapfida Planta. We have received Advice, that M. Wecke, Lieutenant Colonel, and Captain in the Regiment of Foot Guards, died at Wefel the 26*th paft. The Stares of Holland have fent a Placarc ro the re-fpeclive Towns of the P ovince, forbidding the Ufe of the Officf for Pope Gregory VII. in the Churches of the Roraifh Communion. SPAIN. Seville, Sept. 9. M. Bannieries, the French King's Cabinet-Courier, arrived here this Morning, with the News of the Birth of the Duke of Anjou \ whereupon the Marquis de Brancas, Amb f -dor of that Crown, immediately communicated it to their Majcfties and all the Roya! Family, and afterwards to the Foreign Minifters and the Nob luy. His Excellency being recalled, he is preparing for his Return to France. M. Boiller, who is arrived here from Paris, Will be entrufted with the Care of the Affairs of that Crown, till the Arrival of another AmbafTador. The Marquis de Caftelar returned hither from Cadiz afew Days ago, and defigns to fet out on his Embaffy ro France the 1 ith,when their Catholick Majefties and the Prince and Princefs of the Altui ia*s go to Pott St. Mary's, on board the Gillirs-, which Leopold, or to rum  them by heavy arrived here this Day.   We are told Contributions.   'Tis laid, that apain- the Court will flay there tiU the larter cular Memorial of that Affair will be End of Oclober, and then return hither publifhed by the Ciid delegated Com- lor rwo Months ; af.cr which they will m-fooners, in order to be comrnuni- remove ro Valencia.   Thev wriefroin cared ro the Dver, and ro juiffiy their Cadiz, thit rhey hope the JrUulto upo > the Goods brought by the FlorilJ 3 will be fettled foon after their Ma jetties Arrival ; and that the Merchants wiD then have their Effects delivered fo them. The Dutch Men of War under Com-madore Schryver are to perform the fame Quarentine as the King's own Ships. Conduct-       FRANCE. Paris, Sept- 27. YmvW acquaint you, that feveral EnglfrV^bcotb and lnih Gen'lemen and Ladies are in Morion, 1 me to retmn to iheir own Country j amorg rhefe are Sir Randal Macdonahj, and the LadicS Fenirs and irsMB^ others ro continue their Travels t- the Socth of France and Italy.   Godfrey Gibralter 1 Aug-it 1 The Fleet from Clerk, Efq , Member of Parliament, is Egland with Troops on Board are ar- oft the Rv ad forMcnrpelier, in Com-rived here, and there aie feveral Mer- piny with the Gout \ fu that he is lifted chranc Ships in this Bay. They write in and out cf his Chaife every Day. Tne from Salle*, that on board the Ham- Lord Ruthven's Son arrived ten Days buigh Shipferi in by the Rover which ago at Di)on ^ thro' which Town he was afrerw*rds taken by Comniadore pals'd 00 Saturday from Lorram, in hfs Schryver, were found 46,000 Rxd Hars Way to Rome wi b the Lord Con bury, m Ready Money, and leveral Bales of S n to the Earl of Clajendon and Ro-Cloa h \ and the French Ship tent in by chefter. As to the little Scraps of In*-th- lime Rover, was loaded with Soap, telliger often pneted in other Papers Branny and Alum. which yu have had no Account of} G ERMAKT- luch as the dangerous Sicknei's of< the ' ficnnty Sept. jo. The Grand Seig- Duke of Buckingham \ the Btftop of nor's CframifTii y here has affured Prince 'Rochefter having the Gout in h�s 'stO-Eugene of iavoy, that the Sul'an had rhjich, and an Exprefs meetinjg h r the Matters Accounts of the Loading Mothers, (hall be agiin retrenched to upon Oath. The Chevalier Delfino, half the 1 ims ; and ihat it (ball be per-Ambaffjdor of Venice, wi�o lately ar- muted but (6 the great Clficers of the rived here, has in an Audience of Prince Crown, ard the >\!ilitary Cf^cers, ro Eugene, aflured his Highoefs in the come to the Court m Mourning , and Name of -he Repubick, that his Ma- indeed, as that which is called Mcurri-fters will oblerve a ftncl Neutrali'y in ng, is no more than a ( erenrony, ic the prcfent Juncture, and do nothing would be no great mar er if they were that c��> -iny ways prtjudice his itiipe- to take it q ite away, prvided there ri I Viaj�fty's Interells i as an Inltance beany Incunfreni'ncf in ir In Get-whereof, he tof k Notice of the Free ma-iy the Mourning is only a Crape ty'a ^ Paflage which the Repubhck gives the to the left Arm. Emperor's Forces through their Terri- A certain Lady-Adventurer, wht* tories. It is certain, that this Court is ftiles herfelf Counters of Go.djn, has hatd prels'd by fome other cot ^derable been iome time in Paris, and cur a molt Powers, to make Ibrae Conceffion with extraordinary Figure. She vifi ed m^rY regard to the Affairs of Tuicany and 61 the Scots Nobility, and by her*A fters of the Towns in Mecklenburg, dote Confi-jeraent. who went ro Roitock by Order of the delegated Commiffioners had been poc E NO t A N D- under Arreft there, and ihat thofe were Canterbury Sept. 2|. On Vord�y feized by Forc^ who refufed to come ialt Abraham Hayward, an Hnltlef at thither on their being fummoned ^ ad- the Mermaid in this City, aovl oDQ ding, that this Conduct attended only Ralph Holdbtook, were dole cot fined to draw the faithful Towns from the in thr Weft-gate, for c .mmi'tr g wiffl Obedience they owe to Duke Charles *ach other the deteflnble Sm oT M�duin�* ' LONDON,   

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