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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - January 10, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                RICHARD  R E I L L T. Numb. 421 in News-Letter. From Saturday January the 10th, to Tuesday January the 13th, 1740. rc.     u. j..a r-rved en-.- D.-ifi.'h Picker, which broug'-.tone ' ' ' 1-M.Th ard one Fklh. d M-il. T U R K Y. Gwfl.intinopl'-, OCIobrri}. I IE PUgnc never mnde fo much Ibvcck it dees do.v ; f..r rot a Day \-nil"-'-, but a g'--'t ninny Teuplc are found drad in thuir Beds or in trie Stncts, fo that pub'ick Prayers are put up to Iic'.vcn:o put a Stop to it. The Grard Vizir made an LntertDinmcnr t'other Day v.r the '"mbafkders of Great Britain, France and Venice. SJE RUSSIA. Petersburg!), D.c. 2. The Great Dutchefs finding h:r felf a little iniilpoitd at Chapel bit Sunday Morning, retired before the ServLe wasovc.-, but is now perfectly re cover'd. The Felt-Marfhai Count Munich has tor feme Days pift kept his Bed, and is not yet entirely f.-ee from h;a Indifpofition, which is faid to be the Cholick. of which his Excellency had a Return bit Saturday, and, as it is apprehended, a pretty fevere one, fince he received again the Sa-ernment on Sunday Morning, which he had done once before fince the beginning of his Illnefs. The Order of St. Andrew was fent laft Poll to Count Goloffkin, the Ambaf-fador of this Court at the Higue. LG Petcnbjrgh, Dec. 4. Th� Examination which the Duke of Cour'and has undergone, turned upon thefe Heads chiefly, viz. What Treafare he had am^fi'd, and how much he bad fent of it to foreign Countries: What private Negotiations he carry'd on with certain Powers: His indecent Menace of the Princefs Anne one Day, when he told her, That if flie made the leaft Motion that be fhould have Rea-fon to complain, he would fend her back to Germany, and call the Dake of Holftein into Ruftia: His little Regard for Duke Anthony Ulrich of Brunfwick, whom he put under fuch a Conftraint as (hewed that he did not care,he fhoald appear in Publick. Mention was aifo made of the Dutchefs of Ccarland's arrogant Carriage both to the Princefs Anne and the Duke her Husband, and of the hailh things (he faid to that Princefs upon more Occasions than one. The Duke has given a fatis/aclCy Anfwer to every Article, and own'd himfelf guilty of five out of nineteen. He has made a fair Difcovery of his Treafure, and where it liet. He fecms heartily to repent of his Misbehaviour to Princefs Anne, and the Duke of Brunfwick, and has fent to beg their Highnefles Pardon, as well as for the unfeafon-able Airs of Jus foolifli Spoofe, In fliort, every body fays they both defcrvc to be put to Death ; and that the Dutchefs Regent would be in the right to make them fuffer it; but {he has declared that (he is not willing to {lain the Infancy of her Son's Reign with Blood, that confeqoently fhe would not take away the Life of the Duke of Courtand, or any 1   Brrlia, had the necef firv Infiructions for cultivating is Lch a Way as n^ghtnot prejudice the Rights cf the Qjten : That the King-�fPruf-fia cinrot form any Prete;:n^ns upen Silefi-i, whith have-^ not been aboliftied by the molt fclemn Treaties ; and that upon the Offer he made cf his Troops to the Queen, her Msjsily lent Orders to ;he Marcuis de Borta to dec'are, that ihs did net mean that the Prufihn Troops fhnuld enter into Silrfia, as long as fhe did not want their AlTifbr.ee: That the Queen, a> her Affairs then flood, n-ver expected that t'30 King of Pruliia would enter into her D-mini>ns with an armed Force, a!ter the Afiunmres of Fnendfhip and good fjnderiiandjng whieh !he received from that Prince, at the very time tco '.hat t.e was aftuilly tmploy'd in thofe Preparations which he ricv makes ufc of to difturb the Peace of the Empire, in p ejudice ct the Ireaties of Peace and Con-ftiturions contain'j in the Golden Buil, which "expreily forbids the Entrance into a state with an armed Force, without p-eviouflv communicating the Reafons for it to the Sovereign : That wh n the Queen firft heard the King of PrufhVs Military Preparations were defigned againftSii'efia, fhe had fuch an Opinion of his PrufBan Mijefty's good Intentions that fhe could not credit it: That being informed mi the Report that fhe was agreed upon this Matter with the Prince, and confideiing that a Report of fuch a Nature isasi prejudicial to her Honour, as to the Profperity of her Here* ditary Kingdoms and Dominions, befides the difadvanta-geous Suipicions it muft occafion both in her own and foreign; Countries her Majefty fent Orders to the Regency, that as foon as the Pruflim Troops were entered into this Dutchy, - vpffB arty Pretence whatsoever, the Regency fhould caofe} this Declaration to be publifhed: That moreover as the Queen is perfuaded, that the King of Pruflia has been determined 10 this Proceeding by the Advice of Perfons who are fet up-sn Mifchief, fhe hopes from that Prince's Equity that he will ;efufe to withdraw them ; and that irrcafe fhe does not compiy, fhe declares to her own Subjects, and to thofe of foreign Powers who have any Mortgige* upon Silefia, that ~y fhedo:s not mean to bs" aniwerable for the fats! Confeqaences/'V that may rcfult from it ; protefting before God, before all ihs States of the Empire, and before all Chriftendom, thatr ] i: never was her Intention to connive at the introducing of y any Inn. vations in the Dutchy of Silefia. Vienna, Dec. 13.   The Court begins now to look fer oufly upan the Aflair. of Silefia.   The Troaps defigned that Place have Orders to haften their March ? andfor the greater Expediu'on, Waggons are order'd upon the Rjoad for, the Foot.   Thefe Troops confift of fifteen Regiments, be* fides thofe already in Silefia.   Tis not doubted but they w 11 &j be followed immediately by fome *thers, for which porpofs   ' feveral Regiments are coming from Hungary.   Nbtwith-   | Handing aU thefe Motions, People flatter themfelves that this Affair will have no ill Confequences, but will be made up to mutual Satisfaction.   Count Neoperg is appointed to command the Troops in Silefia, and was to fet outiYefter-day for thofe Parts, but has received Orders to flay here till the Return of a Courier dispatched to the King of Pnrffia ; which Courier, 'tis faid, carrfes- Propofitions for entering into a Negotiation with that Monarch, upon Condition, nevertheiefs, that his Pruflia n Majefty {hall withdraw his Troops from "Silefia.   Upon Advice that tne Court of Naples is nv-king great warlike Preparations, and that that of Spain dtfigns to fend a confiderabie Body of Troops iota Italy, the Grand Duke of Tufcany has fent an Exprefi for Florence, with Orders to the Regency of that Dutchy to take Care of the Safety of the fbrtify'd Places.   This Court has likewife difpatch'd an Exprefs to Milan with the like Orders. SJE Vienna, Dec. 24. A great Namber cf Oxen is lately arrived from Hungary in their Way to Bohemia. TheGe-neral Purveyor is ordered to make the neceffary Difpofitiont for fioring Magazines for the Service of the Troops, in ca e they fhoald be obliged to take the Field. A Confe* rence has lately b en held to deliberate on the Propofil made the Court by Count Palfy, for cading the Nobilfrjf, of the neighbouring Counties to Auftria to mount on Horfe-back, having allured the Queen that they were difpofed fotO do, and would ferve fcer wherever her Majefty thinks proper ; but what has been relolved thereupon is net knowii. 1 he Turkifh AmbafTador has received an Exprefs from Conftantinople, with Advice, that he would foon receive his new Credentials to prefent to the Queen. MS Ratisbon, Dec. 26. It'� reported that a Bedy of Bavarian Troops arcactualiy marching into Bohemia, in order, as it's faid, to penetrate into Silefia. Advice has-been received, ihit the Burghers of Breflau have been at length jd-due'd to admit Auftrian Troops into that Place. DA PRUSSIA. Berlin, Dec. 12. The report which was fpread that the PrufOin Troops had taken Great (ilogau, is without Fouri-d tion, Count Walli:, who commands there, carifing aU diligence to be ufed to put it in a good Condition of deiehce, al! the Burghers having been obliged to take Armsi^hoare able to bear thf m. He has caufed two Pair of Gailowi to be erected in the Market phce, threatening to hang ill thofir who fhall Tefufe to �Q. for the defence of the Totinb. H�* has blfo ohligcd the Jews who are fe. tied there to work at thjo Fortifications The Jefuits Church is made a Magazine, and three Water-Mills, a Wind Mill, and three Inns, which were without the Wails cf G?og?.u, h^ve been twrijfc down. Count Wallii has evenrtfolved, that as fbonMtfit King's Troop, fhall approach, to caufe part of the Cathe-   

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