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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - July 29, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. RICHARD REILLT. Flie Dublin News �IT Numb. 373 From Tuesday July the 29th, to Saturday Auguft the 2d, 1740, Sincrf our laft arrived two Britifh Pacquets, which brought one Frencn, one Holland, and one Flanders RUSSIA. Petersburgh, July i z. HE Sth Inftam, very early in ing, M. Wolinfki received his .iie Morn-> Sentence, lki, w*re alfo beheaded. The Sieurs Eicbler and Simor.eff receiv'd, the firft 27 Stripes with the Knout::, and the other 17 : A Secretary was likewise whipped at the fame tinn ; and theie three aie fentenced 10 pals the remainder of Days in ExLe in Siberia. The Subfiance of M.'s Sentence was, 4 i'hnt he nad rcndei'4 nim- * felf worthy of Death for breaoi of Fidelity to the * Emprefs; for endeavouring to raiie a Rebellion in ' the Empire; fir feekmg to betray the Miniltry ; * and for putting coniid'-r^ble Sums in his own Pock-' et.' Thefe Sums are compjted at 700,000 Rubles, which were appropriated for the Expences of the Emprefs's Studds and. Stables, of which he had the Superinteqdency ,as Mailer of the Horfe. Count S&flmPufc.'jin,' Prefident of the Council of Com-nferce, who is likewife conhn'd for Male-Praclice=, wiU be triid next Week a king with his Accomplices: It is thought his Life.will be (pared;i from the Crown. Her Imperial M.ijdiy has a:fo order'd a proper Provificn to be made for the Children of the Sieurs Tcropkin and Kroutfchoff.-4 grand Affembiy is to be heki this Evening at Pe-terlhoff, about the Sentences of tt;e oJier Criminals who arc,to be, tried in a few Days. It wis'd that the Emprefs could no: refrain . from Ttars wh�n /he fign'd the Warrant for M- Wwiiuski's Execution. Her imperial Majifty had ordered the Commillines eharg'd to try him, to tell her how far file m.ghc-' exercife her Clemency ; but. their Report and that of* the Synod, was, that according .to. the .divins and human Laws the Criminal's, Lives coujd not be fpar'd, but that her Imperial Majefiy might (often the .Severity of the Execution. General Keith .has been tat ds a Veldt M-rfhsl. GE Our Court, is-.extremely diff.itisned to find that every thing that has any .Relation to the Empire of Ruflia, is very minutely kqown in foreign Countries, and that in fpite.of the Precautions taki-n by .the, Court to conceal ths Knowledge of them. As there; is fcarceiy a Poffibility to prevent Things from being divulg'd, by Means of foreign Miniliers, Count d'Qiierman has in Conversation declar'J to iome of them, that they! ought not too readily to give Credit to the Reports, in' relation to publick Affairs, which are current even in, thisGry,- oecau'e theMiniiiry very frequently found' tiiemfelves oblig'd to caufe Thing3 to he related a-broad, for which there never was the leaft Foundati-J on, asriiey themielvesfometimes could not but be fen-fibleaf: Bat th#ie foreign Miniilers coniidering what wai fa-id-to them upon this Subject as a fort of Repri-. mand, did not think proper to enter into any further! Explication thereupon, then only to tell the Count they were fenfible what he had faid.was Faft. G E Petersburg, July 13. Two Swedifh Officers oi Dif-tinclion are arriv'd at Wybourg, which,'tis prefum'd; are appointed Commiflaries to enter upon. a Ncgcta--t�a with ihofe that are to be commjjTion'd by Court of Ruffia. Some of our Men of War are already fail'd from Croniladr, to habituate their Crews in the Naval Exercife. M S POLAND.. Warfaw, July n. 1 he Dietines of the feveral Palatinates of this Kingdom, will begin toaiTemb'.e the 22J of ne.'.-f Month, in order to elec~t Deputies for the Ger.eial Diec, which is to be open'd in this City on the 3d of October next. G E S W E D~E N. Srockhclm, July 13. The Ruffian Minifler has declar'd to the Court, that her CxanlL Majefty hop'd, that if the Fleet Cioniiadt met with contrary Winds, or a Ternpcif, and fhculd be oblig'd to put into any of the Suecuh Ports, they would find there aK neceflarv Afnihnce. To whicn that Miniller re cei.'d 2 Luiia&tay Anfwer; and it was added, that the fi.ii.g hoped, that if any of his.Men of War were in like manner oblig'd to take.Sheker in the Rufiun Port:-, they would find there, in cafe of Need, fuitaule Affi.tance. G E SPAIN. Cadiz, July i. As Admijal Haddock continues to cruizs with his Squadron upon the CoaHs of Catalonia, Troops are polled along the �ea-iide to prevent a Delccnt. They wiite from the Canaries, that a Regiment would immediately fee lad fiom thence fur the Caraccas. L E Madrid, July 5. Among the Papers of the late Count dr. Cueba, a projedt has been found amongit the reft foi improving the Sugar Trad; at the Havan-na, which it's thought will pioduce great Advantage to the Spanifh Monarchy, having been approv'd in every Refped by the Supreme Council ot the Reve nues; and it is even laid, that a Company will foon beerefted for that Purpofe, but no Body knows upon what Condition this will be done. Ai S Some Hundred Thoufands of Dollars arc actually coining at Segovia, for Payment of the Crews of his Catholick Majeily's.Squadrons that are at FerroJ. i- . M S- Madrid, July 12. Great Rejoicings has been made in this City, on Account of the Btlcayen, commanded by Capt. Don Antoajo la Farga, having taken a very rich Ship of 300 Tons, going from Caro l;na to England, after a Combat of four Hours, with the Lois only of four Men. Gt ' The Orders iffued by the Court to reinforce the Tioops in the Camp before Gibraltar mnkes us think , that the Siege of that Fortrefs isrefoiv'd upon, and j we are confirm'd in that Opinion by the Arrival of j fome Foreign Engineers, (probably French) who, as i we are aftur'd, are to be employ'd in that Siege. They J are making proper D: ipofuwns at Cadiz and Ferro! j for a vigorous Defence, in cafe Sir John Norris ihould ' make aa Attcmpc upon either of thoie Places: The j Publick is not without fome Uneafineis on this Ac-j count. The Ccxirt has alfo order'd ^Regiments j more to march Co Galicia and Bilcay�:�> rgjnforce the ; Troops already in thole Provinces, and fe$u*e:tae Sea Coails from infujts, M. Pintad^ is fet pui from Fer-rol for Cadiz, after delivering up the-Commawl of the Squadron there to Admiral Torres. Several Regiments are filing off towards the Camp oefore Gibraltar, whither leveral Engineers have been feat. GE IT AL Y. Naples, June 24. O. S. According to our lafi Advices irom Palermo, they have had within thefe three Weeks fevera! Shocks of an Earthquake, which have been felt ail over Sicily : Mod of me Towns in that Kingdom have received fome Damage thereby, and many People have beon buried in the Ruins of their Houfes. The King has publiihed an Ordinance, regulating every thing relating to the jurifJicucn.oi the Collge of Commerce. A (harp SUi'mifti happened a few Days ago between the Francifcan Nuns of the Convent of*"Jelus, and thole of another Monaltry call'd Queen's Convent, on the following Occafian. The Abbefs of the former was building a Wall, or at leail raifing it higher than it was before, by confir.t of the Abbefs of Queen's Convent; but when the Wall was almoft finifli'd, the Nuns of the litter came and pull'd it down with long Poles, &c The Franciican Nuns ran thither at the Noile, and fome bard Words were exchanged on both, fides, which at lail railed their religious Blood to fuch a Degree, that they refolved to decide the Dilpute like Amazons, and immediately a Shower of Stones enfued, which continued with fuch pury, that nothing iefs than the PreUnce ef the Grand Vicar of the Dioceie could put an End to the Engagement. The Vicar then lent, an Account of the Af- fair to Cardinal Spinelli, Archbtfhop ef this City. *ho has fince put both theic Convents ui.d.r an lnter.hcf. S J E Venice. July 5. O. S. We have AJv-ce from Trent, that a conhderahle Number cf ImpeTalilts are in full March to the Mancuan, and that iome c! thofe Troops are already con^e dewa the Alps. S J E Lfghorn,. July 8. Acceding to Letters from Algiers, the Grand Sgnior having communicated 10 that Regency the'I reaty he has conc'iided with the King of the Two Sicilies, and invited them to accede to it, the Dey icimed.ateiy auemuleda Divan on that Occaiion. Several Members rcpre'en;?d th^t the Regency being in Peace witn mul cf the P.-uers of Europe, fhould they liktrwiie come to �n A'.commo-datit a or Treaty with :i.s Sicilir.n M.-'etly, the other Satesof Italy woo'u be for doing the {'ante, a; d ct-n-ieqaently the CorfAirs would hnve nothing to do: Wherefore, they wete o: Opinion that they ought ncS to make Peacenvith that Prince, unkis it were up. n Conditions which would indemnify the Repub ick for the Lofs file m-iy lullain by Iv r Subjects from cruifing' upon the Neapolitans. Other Members fui'ain'd, that rather than make any new Treaties with the ChnTJans, it would be n-uch better ro break ail thoie uClually fubiiilir.g, and the :uture mind nothing but Pyracy. But thisrafh Oprr.un v/23 rejected, and the Divan agreed to treat with the King cf the TwoSiciiks, upon Condition that his Siciliao iVbjeiiy fhal; fend every i'ear a confijerabis Prefent to the Republic k. G E Rome, July ic. N. S. Affairs in the Conclave flill remain in the fame State ; :he iiraniOi Cardinab ilrennuouily fupport the intereit of Cardinal A.'do-brandi; but as he was formerly Nuncio a: Madrid 3 ilrong Party is formed againil him, for fear that if he fhjuld be cholen Pope he wiii be tco much attach"1 d. to the Court of Spain. On the other hand, the Zealots refute to conform to the Intentions of the crown'd Heads, and formed a Sort of League to maintain the Independency of the Conclave. GE GERMANY. Hanover, July 31, N.S. On Friday 1 aft in th� Evening, his Highnefs Prince William of Hefii;, who came hither laft Tuefuay wasSe'nnight to pay his Re/peiis to the King, took leave of his M jeiiy at Hercnhaufen, and fet out early Yellerday Morning from hence for Ciflel, extieamly well plealed with, the Honours and Refcett fhewn him during his High-neis'i Stay here. M. Von AiTtbourg, Pnvy Coun* cellor in the King of Sweden's Service, and his lite Miniller at Paris, arrived here on Tuesday Night lafr, in his return to Stockholm. PRUSSIA. Koning^berg, July 20. As his Majefly does not intend to. keep any more Savage Beails at this Place, he has crder'd the 1000 Dollars. annually appointed for the Purpoie to be dillributed among the Poor: For this Reafon feven Bears have been lately beat to Death by the Dogs. The large wild Buffalo taken about fix Years ago, was earned to the Woods and fet at Liberty, having firit fhewn his Strargth fend Agility againil two Bears, by taking them/upon his Horns, and toiling them high in the Air, which made them fo (hy, to oread lighting any more. MS His Majcily is expected in a few Days from Pruffia, being to receive the Homage of the.States ofRrandeu-burg, toward* the third of Auguft. M S Berlin, July 23. N.S. Ija. the. Harangue which the Learned M. de Beaufobre.made to tit Queen on the 11 th, when he waited on her with the Homages of the French Refugees; after complimenting net Msjeltj' on her Modelty, and other excellent Qualities, he.faid, � - ' Heaven, Madam, has granted us a Sovereign worthy of the Cnoice of the wiiole World ; and if ail Mankind cou'd be ailembled, I queftion whether it would cie/ire another. All his Me.ifu.-es are wifely concerted. He has mace Proviiion for the moli preiSr.g Neceilities. He has- check'd the Injuf-tice Lir.d Violence of thoteiWho abufing his. Favoar might be apt to opprefs the People, under the fpecious Pretext of enriching the Sovereign. Tho' Emulation a.'one rriakes Great Men, yet they have nerd of Encouragement and Rewards j and thefc they ar? f�re of under a Monarch who is fo capable a Judge of Merit, Sec. ' ... In his Speech to the Queen-Mother, he exprrfled .the Conc'ciance of the French Refugees with her M.-*� jeity for the Lois of the late KiDg, and their GTatitud? to her Mcjeily, for the Care fhe ha� tak:n to form the H�ar ;