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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - February 10, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Toi. V R I C H A RD  R E I L L T. Numb. ^30 E 2 From Tuesday February the lotb, to Saturday February the 14^, 1740. 5 zx SJE "g =t [ace our la** arrived three Britifh Packets, which brought two Fiench and one Holland Mails. RUSSIA. Petersburg}?, January j. O. S. HE laft Letters from Constantinople advife, that the Grand Signior had fet at Liberty all the Ruffian Prifoners which weie con-fn'd on board the Galleys; and that his Sublime Highnsfs had decWd, that he would itrirtly abide by all the Articles of Pe*.ce r-greed on between him and the f>irt of Rt-'ffi3-   The fame Letters add, that tho' Thamas J.oiiii Kan hid mt yet attack'd any of the I>ominirrs of ihe loman Empire, it wa� frai'd that Hero would attempt to iile t;.em at a time when leaft expect, d; and that this . jrcher.ficn was look'd L-p�n to be one ot the pnn.-.pj olives which induced tre Porre ta keep up a goor; llmier-f:i^iipg�-ith the Chrillhn Powir*. Ttie Mi^tfier from the Queen of Wungiry, rcfir'i lis Court, ha 1iiw  no command* in Servia has ar qaainteJ t-.e Qjjceti'a Genesis, th3t he h;d received exprefs Orders f.om his Court, to naintain a (incl Union witii them, and that tho Death of the Lmperor fhould in no wife It (Ten that perfect Harmony wh c:i lubfiited between thjir refpective States. ,sjli The F  i-\h i\!;n;;:e Plenipotentiary, on'y waits \o; lt\ Exp.-el*:'. .n andcn, to fign the Treaty of the Defenfive Alfanct w'r.i.h i:concluded t>etwixt the Two Courts.   By one of ih: Ar |:des of it, it is ftipulated that fome Engliih Men of W.r 11 join the Ruffian Fleet in cafe of Need.   We have re :ived Advic; from Livonia, that feveral Battalions hav^ jun their Mirch for Courland. SJE ITALY. Naples, Jan. 6. O. S.   The Court has, during the pre-Qt Uncertainty of Events, thought neceflary to take a'l Precautions, having recruited and augmented .11 lt)e Italian Regiments in his Majefty's Pay ; and Notice nas been given to the Officers, co be ready to march at pomtnaod.   A Train of Artillery is getting ready, with a jrea'Quantity of Warlike ftore?,  to be feht to the Places on the Frontiers of Tuscany.   Orders have been fent to MeiTina, to lend hither, for tne Ufr of this Capitan, all forts |>t Proviiicns and Ammunition, and the Loyal Dauphin and Parthen<-'p; ATe.a of War are to fail direcTtly to convoy the Vefleis laden vv.th thofe ftp-e . SJE Naples, Jan  ro. N.       On the 5th and 7th Inft. arrived here a I rain cf Field-pice s, zni 20 Waggons with imurntion and M litary Stores, which weie lcit at Capua the i'paniards when they took that Place,  and are now fat :r,ro cjt Arfem!.   The Pep irati3 ghom, January 13.   On the 7th anchor'd in this Port Jl Bntannick Majcfty's Ship the Dragon, Capt. Barnett Joflimand.-r, with nine Merchinmen from EngUnd; as jid on the 8ch his Majefty's fhip the Kennington,. Capt. feyton Commander, convoying fome Merchantmen f.om Jfe*foandknd. LG " ; Leghorn, January 20. On the iSthJiuled.his.Majefky's ;{hip; the Dragon, Captain Barnett Commander, with feveral  Merchantmen for Naples, &c. LG J iegbom, Jan. 20. On the 17th three Troops of the [ Regiment of Perling Cuirafficrs, and two Companies of Gre-! aadJ^s, fee om from Pil'a ia their March Co'Siena.  On the 19th they were followed by a Battalion of Hilbcrgaufen's Regiment of Foot from Pifa ; and on the 2o:h 3 Battalion of Pullavicini's Regiment marched from hence to join the other Aullrian Troops at Siena LG Leghorn, Jan. 21. They advice from Genoa, that feveral unwelcome Requefts have been made to that Republick, viz. 1 he fp� .rts of Spezzia and Sarza ate rtquired by Spain for a p'ace of Arms; the King of Sardinia claims Novi, and France afks leave to put a Garrifon into Genoa, upon all wh.ch Pr. p >ials the Senate was deliberatirg under great per-plexiy. MS Flo.-ence, Dec. 30. A Cour'er is arrived here from Grof-fetto. with AdviC' tliat fev.r-il Pa; ties of the Spanifh Tro-.ps in the lfate of the Garrisons, had made Incurfions up to the Ciates of that pjac , and cairy'd off feme Cattle snd Provi fions w;ilch a Jew K-.ilancs were dr ving towa^di the Town, f he 2d cf J.iii'...uv Advice came ti Fioience. by a Courier fr.m na, ri at r!:e spanifia Parties frequently ippear'd in fight of that 'I  - t.f Troops from the King of the Two Sici.its, in order to net in conjucftion with them again!! 'lulcat.y. On tiie icth News came to Florence, that 3 Det.chment of the Garrifon of Gioffetto had put to flight a b: ar ;ih p .rty, of whom two M�n were killed and fev0r.1l wounded. The 13th and 14th Conferences were held by tne Members of rhe Regency, the Refult of which was im-mcdi.itely knt to Vienna : foveral Spaniards at Sienna, who took the Literty to ta k in an ungutrded manner about the Governor were ordered ro leave the Town immediately, and the Rege.icy kept a fharp look out after all fufpeSed Perfons. SJE Florence, Jan. 22. On the iPth \f. de Wachterdnnck arrived here from Leghorn, attended by M. Salvioni from R'Jaffa, (in Ager.t employed by the Germans in the late War to provide the Magazine.) He had immediately a Conference with the Prince Craon and M. Richecourt, and ha- held feveral Councils of War, in order to fettle the ne-cciTiry fuppie- f r the fubfiflence of the 6oco Germans that ~ie coming /rom Lorn bard y to Tufcany. LG 1 lortrcc, Jan. 2 i. Gra-.ra! Wachteniorck beirg arriv'd fere, .'(Tilhd the next D:y at a C uncil of War, and this Mon.:ng let out for5ienna, to g've the nccciltry Orders for if T-oiin^ an Ii.v�fi r.. MS Parma. ]��,. 21.   Siv.ral Troops and Companies are in lull motion here ar..i at Placentia, to aiTemble in the Mi'a-tij! , in order to rtitifj�rce tre Ganifona of Tuxany, GERMAN Y. v i     , Jan. 14. O. S.   The Princeis fecoftd Daughter >: tn^ i.,ka: Duke of Tufcany died of ConvulfionS this Af-ternc   , aged twelve Months and fifteen Days.   Don Car-pcnu.ro,   .-crctary of the Spanifh Embaffy, who fet out for M^rid tne 9th Inftant, went the Day before to Count Sint-zendcrif anu deliver'd to him a Prote'fl, the fubflahce of which L as f Jlov/s: * That his Catholick Majefty having very good CLims to the fucceffion cf the late Emperor Charles VI, he is refolv'd to maintain them: That the Right of creating Knights of the Order of the Golden Fleece belongs to ;iim alone at prefent;   therefore he forbids the Great Djke of Tu'cany to rxercife the Functions of Grand Mailer of that Order: That tho' this Article i-r>i'eady fufficiently provided for by Treat es, nrverthelefs, for further fecurity, he renews his Cl.iim in thi; Rcfpcct, and foletr.nly pro efts. &ga.nit all ilep- orEnttrrnz ; contrary thereio, being fully refolv'd to maintain t.'.e faid Righ.s ana Prerogatives in proper Time and Place. SJE The 12th Inftan: the Court received three Couriers; the flift brought Dilpatches f'om Cardinal Simzendorff, who writiS, ' That he has had an Audience of the King of Piuffia, in which that Prince maie irefh Proteflations cf the good Difpofitions he is in with tefpeft to the Queen's Interell, and his Defire to accommodate with her Majefty his Pretentions to Silefia.'   His Emincncy alfo fent iome new Pro-pofals made ty his PrufTun Majefty.   The fectnd Courier was fent by General B own: All that we hear of his Dif-patchts is, ihat wnen he came away the PiuiTians were bombarding the Town of Neifs; that the Garriion had made fome brisk faliies, and kill'd great Numbers of the Bc -s �i J o^ <-�     <� ^ c 0 < n c ?   � < ta c r- ffl   - a. - 3 ^ en < O s c < 3__X e - ^ c Ui - ~~   - J- u r- %  � < ^   to    i- ^ t ^ � i c- ? - o i - ^ i.: u v9      -3 J  , - x 0 i o �2 * � a w s =* = trj    > -   O V  r- -Si ~r; n r. M V  " D 5 03 J : �2 u -� �  -r   - Q cC J c / -5 -5 > 5 = = 06 . ^ o S -5 5 '�5 �rrt r-   � p � ih, ^  _  i> :^ v>     o ^    g�>s| >-3 U3 away. complain'd to the King, his Majeify anfwer'd them, ' That ' he had never read in the Holy Scripture that the Apoffles   3 �*"   t-   u >rj n      v  ra  o * " o i� S o ."^ ^
                            

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