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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - January 27, 1840, Dublin, Dublin oi. V. RICHARD R E I L L T. The Dublin ISfews-Letter. Nui, From Tuesday January the 27th, to Saturday "January the 3j.il, 1740. ceowlaft arrived four Britifh Packets, which bronght two French and one Holland Mails. ITALY. Rome, December 20. Men at make3 HE News that there are 75000 Naples ready to march to Tufcanv a great Noife here, confidering that there are not Tran(port9 to carry them by Sea, and that therefore there will be a Neceffiry of their marching through this ft'te ; and 'tis even faid that Cardinal Acquaviva has defir'd e Pope to grant them free Pa-flige. Several of the Cardinals re been to wifh the Chevaliar dfcfit. George a happy New or. 1 SJF Naples, December 20. On the 12th a Train 0/22 ieces of large Brafs Cannon were brooght from the Fortrefs of poa to tbisArfenal, which immediately were added to the 25 irces lately caft here, and dehgned for a Train of 47 Guns r Battery. For this purpofe a number of Carpenters and c&miths are fet to work, to make with great Expedition Carriages for thefe Cannon and fbtne Mortars. On the 4th arrived here from Paris the Family of the Duke di Ca. opignano, the King's Ambaffador at that Court: He is foon fled, being recalled, 'tis laid, in order to command the y of 12000 Men prepared here for an Expedition. LG Naples, Dec. 27. The Troops that this Court has ordcr'd be ready for aMarch confift of leven Regiments of Foot and 0 of Cuiraffiera and Dragoons, and are thofe which the -rig of Spain lent to Ihe Sing of Naples. A Project has en propofed to the King to grant his Pardon to a very great timber of Perfofis, who for different Crimes have taken re-ge io the Churches and Convents of this Kingdom, on ondition that they fhould ferve the King as foldiers for a cer-ain limited Time: This Prefect; has been referr'd by the King 6 the Council of ftate, and it is thought it will take place. On he 21 ft M. Cafoli was by Direction of the Court difpatched 0 Brefcia to purchafe 12000 Barrels for Muikets. In con-" uerce of the Treaty o Commerce lately ftipulated be-ween the King and the Porte, the refpccV.ve fubjc&s have be-to enjoy the Benefits of it by the Trade which they have menced from Brindifii to Ragufi, crofs the Adriatick Sea. LG The Militia is ordered into the Garrifons, in order to em-oy the regular Forces to form a Camp of 16000 Men for the 'verfion of the King and Queen. L E Some,'Dec. 24, Oh the 19th the Pope held a private -uuftory, in which he declared the Reconciliation with the .art of'Portugal,- and at which 12 filfhops of that Kingdom re arknowledg'd. LG Milan, Jan. 7. An Officer from Gereral Wachtendonk, brought our Governor .Advice, that aocoo of the Sicilian cerare in full march towards that Dutchy, on which three ri and two Foot Regiments are ordered thither. The nierfSpain has remktecfa Million of Ducats to Don Carlos defraying the Expences.of this Expedition. Ftorcnce, Jan. 8. On the 2d a Cabinet Courier was dif-ched by the Regency jo Vienna, it is faid to inform the "rrai Duke of Provifi-ns Ta'te'Ty feized by the Neapolitan Gar-on of Orbitelo in his Dominions, as well as the Motions ch are making by the. Out t of Naples, in order to receive c neceffary Inftruclions. On the 3d a Council of War was eld, in cortfequence of which M. de la Tour, Major of the �orrain Regiment of Foot Guards,rand M. Wtirren, Colonel the Artillery, were difpatched toLcghorn. A Detachment 200 foldiers out of the TVcan Regiment of Foot Guards "ordered jrbmLeghorn to reinforce the Garrifonof Groffeto, a Courier was lent to Marquis Salviati, the Tgfcan Go mar of the fortrefs ofSiena, to deliver ir to the Gmmand' fOfficer of the Gennaa Tronpathere. Three- Companies German CuiraiEers are "ordered from Pifa to Siena, whither ntcefftry Artillery, Ammunition, &c are ordered, to put FortfdsifiaroftureorDefetice'. LG Madrid, Jan.'jj, His WajeUy has iflLed an Arret; for railing C Tenths Oh Kouft and'Lani|( MS G E R.^."* N Y . . Vienna, Dec 31. \Tjsfaid tbattwenty or tbirtfjnWand, �g� *� inarching, thro** CoufianiTfor Germany, and; that r~derable body f>i Polesjp fifjuppi on the FrjsBtfar*. <*� ^^^^'^^tkTp^^itt^nkxmJa^, Meantime JmWur^a ^it'Vtm i-;^er^�jBpoa tne:T�?itor�s of the ?r rUfl^' ^ ^ "U0^ Diy troops in SHefia, as fhall tK?- **P^i%jL&<3wal of Wat-* and fome of had wf�fcs rp repair to Neus^nd �*�g&1ue WmatiQed, iiiorder,� joia the Body under.$h#t prince* The '&ft* Advices from' Venice fay, that oar Am ^^f^'Profo^di -ftr!th^, Rqwhti^jk,. jo enter into W^ce wWchrd&jge^ng 40 becoiwlihied between ^ 1 emri'^*?�?*e^-ana the Kiagi .|^e%-iwthhalf- a/MilJion of "^wHtsth(b.R�y oflopooR^wts thware^beaddei-�?|fglments.; 0ur ^��ti|tipns!wuh P�jffi�?, jefty intends to proceed to Brteg and Niefs. The River being open for this Week paft, the Boats laden with Artillery and Ammunition are gone from hence : They carry 24 Battering Pisces, and near 7000 Bombs, fcefides a great Quantity of Powder and Ball; but thefe things cannot reach even Glogow in lefs than four Weeks, and if another Froft fhould happen, they may be two Months and more on the way. . LG Berlin, Jan. 13. Notwithftanding all the Meafures taken by the King to prevent it, five Regiments of Foot and fix of Horfe that were in the Country hare thrown themfelves into Brugg, and the Companies of Horfe and Foot arrived from Hungary, Bohemia and Moravia have aHo arrived there, be fides two Regiments of Hutiars, fo that his Majefty's Attempt ' tomcke himfelf entire M fter of that Country is nor like to an fwer iris Expectation. The King has fent General Wallis Word, that he would foon take a Dinner with him oa his E-ftateatGJatz. GE Berlir, Jan, 14. According to Letters from Breflau of the 7th, his Pruffian Majelly had lelt thu plate to go towards O lau and Klein-Olfe, from whence Orders were to begfren.ro block up Brieg, as has been dene with Glogow, and the Re: mainder of the Army was to march to the River N is, where '(was laid they are to quarter themfelves, and wait ti'l theSea-fon and Weather will permit them to go upon new Enterprize�. LG Berlin, J*n. 17. Since the Advices of his; Pruffun Majefty's having.left B eflau, Accoantsare come of his having arived at Olau j that Feldt. MarfhaJ Schwerin was got to Ottmaehaw ; and thn the Pn.iTun Troops had taken p ffeffiontof been thofs Place*, and made the Garrifons Prifoners. LG Berlin, Jan. 21. A confirmation is arrived here of the taking or Ottmaehaw by the Pruffians : It is a frrfaif Cattle fitnatencar the River Neifs: The Garriforir coofifKng Of five irrcorrtpleat:Gernpanies oF "Grenadiers, in all about 250 Men, were made Prifoners after a Refinance of 24Hoars. In this Affair the Prufiians had a Major of Engineers and 12 private Mien, killed^ according: to foihe Letters; but others m 1 ke the ' Lofs amount to ;o Men. � 'frheti has likewife beerra1 ikirmifh between the Prvifian Heeffkn latfd Pririce �icbtenrrtjn*r Reg!-meatofcDragoor-s near Otmachaw, in which the former were drawn into an AmbufcadeV;the WeutenaflPNvhoci�tina�di"d them, and-feveral Huf&rs have" been cot to Pieces. 'After the. Aftioov the Auftrian Dragd^feingafup^o^Btd^were arT-' vancing towards them, retired to^the other fi-le of tfreJNelJs. AtOlao tiiore were 150 Men, b%t they farreccr'?recT the Plate oa!CondiCfdi*that they-ftdtfd fewndttftedjto Bri^g, irhich wai done accordingly When'Pel Alarfhal �cn#e>f6 fu9rlrnoh*d Oomaehaw�0'furreiider, bis Aid tie Cimp^whb'w^ ^tged iwahSthatCommiffion, JbariagMvanced todn^rfhe'l^fa'ce'be-Ibte tei^^fftriejr, ^'cjfri^jfired^n^iin4"5^ kfljed liritan^Mr^ the Aid d
Ph�t Mr. Vernon hat been cruizing cfr Hifpaniolaa Month, expefting to meettho fti%"! from'England. The Forces Jrom North Amerjtc Admiral the 20th of Qftober, in Donna Maria the Aft aa Prize, Souarcf, and Experiment had teen at Ja-nrafca,1 and Avere failed again to join the Admiral. It vrr^ thought that as the Ferrpl fquad/oa was arrived^jCarthsgtEa^ the Admiral would cj^ijze'to Wimlward of Jamaica, or guards Porr'ltoyal trJJ they Relofcrceinent arrived., S Grpt:, Wdierhoufe'JjaJl qdjttc4 and Capt. Sttpylton com- Mijawi Sheemef^ ^^^f^^patyrlaBd FtBd%;, ;! SJ�:
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