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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - September 16, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol: I RICHARD REILLf. Numb. From Tuksday September the 16th, to Saturday September the 20th, 1740. Since our la ft aimed mo Brittfh Packets, which biouciu one i'rench Mail. RUSSIA. Petersboutf, Auviul io. N the i2(h Tnitant in the Afternoon the PrincelsAiirtP, Dutches of Brunf wkk Lurxfcourg, her Czaiiih Maje-ffy'.s Nicer, Was happily ddiver'd of a Prince On the iS'rh the young Prince was chnllen'd privately, that i?, Perfons only of a certain Rank weft admitted into her Czaiifh Majefiy's Drefling-Rcom, where the Ceiemony was perform'J. The Carina named him I wan, that i^, Jchn, and was his Godmother. Upon this Occai'on feveral Officers of the Guards were advane'd to a fuperier Rank, and VI. Be:rucheff, who lately came from Denmark, was declar'd Cabinet Minifter. The Day before, which wis Sunday the 17th, and the Prince cf Brunfwick's Bi, rh dav, Ts Dium. was lung fn the Church of the Citadel for the Birth of the young Prince, and the Cannon of the Fortrefs were hYd ; ami the young Prince is order'd to be pray'd for in all the Churches. The Court after having quirted the Mourning for the D-ath of the King of PruiT* for �x Days, relum'd it tgim this Morning. L G Pctersburgh, Aug. 30. Tho' there appears a very gieit Impatience in almoft every body to know the Contents cf the Treaty of Peace concluded at Brigade between this Court and the Grand Seignior, the Publication of the Articles thereof is yet deferr'd. This caufes great Murmuring, and gives room to apprehend that the Conditions � of thii Peace are by no means advantageous to Ruffia. Nay, it is even faid, that the Miniftjf the Seraglio (hall alfo be depos'd. They aik'dgs, that this Mimfter being one of the principal Favcuti'.es of the Grand Seignior, abufes the Power with which he is intrufted ; fo that it's believ'd his Highneis will be oblig'd to facrificc his Favourite to she Rtiienttnent of the People, in order to eftablifli Tranquility in his Capital. Letters fn m Malta of the 'id JniUnt fey, that a Catabn Piivaie-r having per-eciv'd upen the Coafts of that Ifl nJ a large Ship \fishoiu Golours, which flietookto be Inglifh, upon ' that Pr'ammpt'ion attack'd he.-'; whereupon the Snip! pot out Algerine Colours, and gav; the PrivaC.er two} j Broadfides, by which he receiv'd fo much Damage, j i that he mult have fubmkted to the Danger ihna Wez�I, Sept. ; :co Grenada rs Horn, under :h; "he K:ng f ?ru.T:a r-23 fenc oto *'*e County CDisman; .orc> Thcie Troops h. 0 01 MsjurGer or ve taken tor.-c . ";r; l.'.'.-y rnaijni- &c. L & L G W E R S A X O N Y. Hamburgh. The Riot at Lubeck on account the People cali'ii Her-enhut'ers. has b.cn grea:er than ll, for i: ;--tk-i ttra Day:; and had tt hp , nit;. Vigiia.-.ce of the Magi. jry or' the Populace, they ,t e b. ".1 2'iilry of ffx grea*-:1.'d uie Hojft-s wjxjc ihefs L E E R L A N D. Ws hear fr*m Coire, that he Imp:ri:.I Trcops through the Hons, above i^r> Soidiers de:crt�d e ..Xi-' inp il.e Protehi.';: n would m j: ell Exc-IIbs, and izx-.c Seftarie^ s&cmh'ica. S W I T /. SczB"- iu'on, Sept. 7 in the PalTige cf Cot'nrry 01 :tie G of thfeatned him, had he npt relolv'd Upon boarding th.-j a^g with rhem, and a Algerine, into which the Srani3rd i*mmediiae.w/ j uon, jjump'd, and maricfogreJta5?.l'jghter that they loon5 j became M:ifters e>{ the fehip, tho' they were riot ha:f' fo many in Number a^ the Aftrrinvs. G E; We hear from M-ha. t!>u the Grand Mifter i^; was told at S: fittieg out fhe Ships of the Order to cruize upon the' not been tar t CofLirs of Birbary, who greatly inte/rupt the Navi-ij ftra:es in qje gation of the Chriflians in thoie Paito. L E j �B AREA R Y. j Algiers, Aug. 18, The Plague, which broke: out in this City anout two (Months agrr, mrkes ftu h j dreadful Havcck ;hat the jike wrs never known here j before We reckon that near 400 Perfons die cf it j every Dsy ; foveral Quarters are entirtely depopulated, j and :!I the rift are iriitfttd; the Diilemper has even j from them, and mat kmc cf them hivingjjsea jzken, ipread to r?c Pjlace of the Dey, who upon that Ac j they were loidcd with irons and handoj.t'u, to pre-oount is reiii'd into the Country. Tiie Confu'i and [ ver.t their dei'ertirg a fecor.d time : Uuc the ?e-t'ancs Foreign Merchanrs have dene ti.e f?me. The Capighi ! perceiving thi--, thuoght rhey couid net m Honour Baihaw, who was f*nt hi'her to engage the Regency [ fnfrer Men to be led thro' thei.-Co-ustry in that nnunsr, to male Peace with the King of the Two Sicilies, is | and diereioie they sfremrkd in a great Body, and'not return'd to Cohftasvinople ; the Plague is the C-ufe j only deliver'd the Ti-ierurr, bat Jikewi.e forced rh* of breaking off this Negotiation. L E j Efcorte to sake the Fiints out of tl.e.r Muiksts. T hi* SPAIN j however did not paf's without Blows, in which Fray % Cadiz, Aug. 26. The Corm having illfued Orders j Subaltern Officer of the Imperiai Troop5 W1S ' vation. MS Paris, Sept. 9. By an Exprefs from Cbnfiantinople it's confirm'd, tnatfo dangerous a Conspiracy hasbe^a difcover'd in the Seraglio, that the Grand Seignior would have run the Rifqus of being dethroc=d if he had not in time been advertis'd, and taken off the Heads of ilis Authors thereof, which, with their Accomplices, amounted to above 200. D -t Paris, Sept. 1 2 We hear that the Bred and Toulon Squadrons are put to Sea, and it*s (aid, have Ord.r* to fail into America. Tliofe who are acquainted wuh the pacifickDifpofuions of the Cardinal, are perfuaced that thefe Meets wouid not nave been fent out, but oft the laft Extremity, and on certain Advices that the Englifh Atmamenis threatned the Pofftffior.s ei" the Spaoiard3 in America. Our Court has been ve'T mbch furpru'd at the Precautions which the Court of London had taken to conceal tfleirPreparatiofW, which interefted all Europe ; pretending, that the Cardinal had a tong time forewam'd the Earl of Walrtegrave of the Refolurion which France would take, in cafe thet Eoglt'h advane'd tos far in America. Cfi ;