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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - February 17, 1840, Dublin, Dublin 'O'L.V. RICHARD R E I I, L Numb, 4 ;z From Tuesday . P.W5 o vv -."y".=..j 5ATu HDAY j-t-irunrf the z i A'. c.uce ojr Inarrived two Britifh Packc'f. which brought one French and oi.e Hol'.and Mails. RUSSIA. Pcieriburgh, January 7. H E Marquis de Potta marie feve*1 Pro pofals 10 ihe Minift-y in hi-r fi'ft Cor.fc-je ??l in favour of that of Vienna in the Affair of Siiefia : Upon which the Miniftry declzred to the Marquis, that j; Intentions of this Court is certainly to employ the mod iffeftua! means in favour of the Quen of Hungary : That ga Letter had been fent from the Emperor to the King of fruffia, cont lining Reprefentatiuns on the Affair of Siiefia, : was proper mt to take any meafures before an Anfwer irrivcd from his Pruffian Majefty ; and that it was hoped -hat Anfwer would prove f� fitisfaftory, that sh*re wru'd ieno occafion to have Rccourfe to any other Methods but pad Office, &c. The Emperor's Letter to the King of Fruffia was communicated to the Marquis de Bocta in the fcm; Conference, and contains in fuhltancc, ' Thit his imperial Majcfly fliewed the regard he had fcr the King of Pruffia's Friendfhip, by his Readin-ls to renew the defenlive Alliance fubfifting tbef'e fevera! Years beiwesn the two Crowns: That the fatbfaction he felt in giving him this Proof cf the fmcerity of his Intentions, has ban al ay'd by the Advices he has received of his P/uffian AJ.'jc/iy's Refutation to enter Siiefia with an Army, in ore'er to feize upon tbstDmchy : That far from fufp: cling he had any Intent todiftuib the Rcpufe of (he Empire, or fhake theTranqui- 1 litv of Europe, it wis rather expefted th'.t he v.-ou'd take | upon him the D^fince of both, ap,sinft thofe who might ! attempt to mrleft the llou eof Aullra in its prefent mflan- I choly fituatkm, eccafioned by the lcfi of its Head : Thar, therefore, as his PrulTnn M3jefly cannot be ir.fin:ibe o' the Inconveni-ncies which will reiult from a Nidation of the Guaranty cf the Piagimtick .Sendlion, his Imperial Maj-fly exhottshim not to kindle up a War in the Emp:re, but to .terminate, as foon as pcflible, by Emkab.'e Methods, his Diffciences with the Q�een of Hungary, &c. SJE TURKEY. Conftantincple, December 9. O. 8. Great Armaments are making in divers Provinces of this Empire, as well in Europe as in Afia. It is given not on this Occafion, that thefe Preparations are making, in order 10 oppce tre Enter-prizes oTThamas Kouli Kan, who is fufpected cf hatching evil Defigns againft the Grand Signor's Dominions. 1TA1, Y. Rom*, fin. 2%. Mr. Thorn, Minifter of the Qne?n of Hungry, hid fome Da>s pad a particidar Audience S 'he P- pe, in wh'ch he acquainted 'hem with the Entree of the Pruffian Troops, and reprei'ented that this W.ir nvg't be in a manner re pa'ded as ,1 rebgi us War, the Queen hoo'd, in tkn time cf Dillrcf-, the Pope would fend a confid�nt-!e iiccour in Mcrey. The Pope pnmis'd to ftir up all the Princes cf his Communion to fucrour her Majcliy, but rx cis'd himfelf as to the Money. GE Milan, Feb. 1. The Families of Vifceunt Borcnci and Clnrei, befieies two others of the chief ,\'iv-i':ty of thi= l!a-e, will each of them raife andfubfiil a R'g-nv.vi for her H:;n-^r.rian Maj'.-fly's fervice, fir as much *s the Dinger is the j reater no: only for the Houfe of Auftm, bet ado for the IMigion and the Church, frcm the pmce-ding of the Kin-.; 01 PiulTia, as being the grea'cfl Enemy to the Ca:h lick. N me, and the Head of the Caivir.iils the Ci^'rgv of the hci 'dita^-y Countres of Aoilria are come :o 3 I'.e.oiutiin of raifi.'?!� 10000 Men, and fubfifting tt em at their cv\n p-o-per Charge, for the Service of the faid Quien. M3 GERMAN Y. Vienna. Feb. 4. S vcai foldicrs in the PrutTlan Reg:-ttents are wancri'^' in their fhirt% prrter-dir.g 'hey were forcrd in d� er: ti,n,' ih" exct:T:ve Coid ami J .i.igue tl.ey endurro, ar,d th. tc.rcu Numbers ef them were a! lb gone to Bnh-mia and I'r.'in.. 'its now scknowiccg d, that 600 Men of the Au'.'r;.ns hni beeo kih'd in the iLnccur,:er nc.-.r (neets, but that ti the Ptufiians is laid to.te twice the Numbs-. MS Vienna, Fciv S. 'Tis p.fuirsd that our Court as well as Truffia, ra rijd her Wii' npntf toreferthe differences to'he Decifio.; of the M-ritim� Powers, by a Negociation cither a: London or the H - gut- ; but as our Qu.en preiimi nari'y infiits upon an intirc Reftituti. n on the p.mt of PrufTi.i, 'tis not known whether the latcer will cenfenc thereto, M3 Y'lenn^, Ftb. 10. The Archdutchef--, by Advice of the Aulick Council, is refoived to ftud into Si'-, fia a Body of 16000 Imperial Troop?, to drive out cf thst Country the Prufiian Troops, fhouid they a'tempt any farther Enterpnze into that Province, and her Bohemian M ijefiy is alfo pro-.mij'd fufficient fuC�ourr, in caiecf Ne.d, from kveral Staes of the Empire. SJ E Her Highnefs has fent a Refcripr, fign'd by her own Hand, to the General Diet at Rati.-bon, exhorting them tov u'e their utmoft Endeavours to promote the E^efti'n of the Grand Duke of 'Aifcany to th? SticcefTi'-n, as Empe.-or of the Romans', purfttant to the Terms of the Pragma tick fcnftion. S j E Lettws from Brcflan in Silefia, import, that the Pruffian Tioops which lateiy retired fr-.m Nki.s were g it� j :-ther �fian the Frontiers of that Prcvino", and rl at t! c (/cie-ral 'iiac c^nimandtd ti tm "hss rcceiv'd a Mane!'to y .' t :cr from his Pru(li.vn M j fly. to umain there till m .re ii.ee*-.;---arrive fioin B-ilin, winch won!: be in a few D.'.-i. i j. c Preparations made it judged, thit his Pft.*fi:an .\!;.j.i';y w 5 in good earncft as to his Prettnfidhs 10 the Ccuntr:e. dui::i.- '. Some Letters fr. ni Petersburg*! f-.y, thn by a T ea^ j ... figncd bet'.een the King 1 f 1'ruffia and R'^fiir, eac; P-ut:' is toaffilt e.-ch other reciprocally, with 1 2000 Mn inca < �' Need. 1 he Honie whcie the Duke cf C dv 'e, that his Eminence has intimated t:r-t Fraece wi-I ri....e ufe of all her Credit to caufe the Gran.l Duke to be ejected, provided that his Royal Highr.es will yic!d back 'l"uitany tc the Infant D^n Philip, t'on-in-Law t:> his molt Chrillian Majellv, who is intended to be made King of Cornea, and Grand Duke of Tufcany. The King ef Pruffii's invading Siiefia at thi-. Juncture was mighty a> fcr tunate for- the prefent Grand Duke ; for if that had not happened, his Royal Highn is we-ul-J eaiiiy have fuc�.eeded to the Imperial Dignity. It's btlkv'd, huwever, t::a.t the Gmercfity of the King of Prufiia^ rriay It ill be dercr.dcd on; and the more fo, as there i- no manier of Like h v d of his giving his Vote for the Elector of Bavaria, and ltiii iefs cf his icing for the Kmg of Pdai.d. 6-JE Ratis^on, Jan. :g. O. S. The King o' P:u(fi. b'i w;ote a ci-culer Letter tr,eS.at-s of the Empire, wi.ereu: ke cx p.-clfi-s himlelf in the kl owirg }.\: net: ' 1 h-.t he ices with much iu-p;iz?, thst the Hueen of Hungary endeavc-rs to ittr up ih- Prince p.re a g'inii him, by teprefenting the Entry of :he Pr.iihm Ticf-ps into Silefi/as an hcftileand unj ill InvTion : 'flint fir i:�ni hwing made a feerec of his Intention , a; ti.'.' Que- r: :e f.everni Prufiiin Majesfy may be iitc-cit d in iri.-uir.r Ids Rclcntment >.f mis Al^ar, he is willing, on ;Ju.- Oc- i-fion, to fa< ririce it to the Publick Good : That 'tis a miTtcr very i- -d ffeienr, whetrer Siiefia remains in the P; iieifi n o! :r.c H.;ufe of Aultria, or that o.'Brandenr u tiift'-r n.> lrjury on thai Account : That >;or the reit, his PrufTian \i -.ylly not bei' g ^b'e to promife himfeli Juitic. from the Co^rc of \'"icnna, has been obliged to mak- u!e of the Vie ins whirh the Laws of Nature, and of Nations, g:vc co Princes ander th-.-like Cir-cumftar.ces, &c. SjE Ratisbon, Feb. 12. The reigning Margr>v?of Barentn's Intention, fo long talked of, to yield his iiutchy of Bran denbourg Pulmbach to his Pruflim M jeitv, has b�rn at 1 ft executed, in confederation of a yearly Penfir-n of 30.ceo Florins, and the fad Margrave T.id foon repair to Ber'in. Mi PRUSSIA. Berlin, Feb. 11. His PruiJi.-n M ijefty kis been pkafed to appoint M. Borck, late his Minhler at \*iennn, to be a Minilter of State in the Department for foreign Afrir.', in the room of M. Thulameyer, deceafed. The I a ft Letters from Silefn fay, that the Caflle of Namflaw, frua-c cn the Frontiers of Poland, had furrender'd, and that tfie Pruifians found the.ea Magazine of Piovifions and Ammuniticn, and t ck between tv. j ar.u tiirc Hu'v.red i' i .- '. rarc -, a� his Pruili-r. M.-.jsity s Ai*^lu�.iK :lz t'-e E.\c� 0:' a rsw rmpe.T. ": h- K-.ne.-f !\ia-d'< I e:re- to tie II:--'T or P ^ /"OUR ;.I .j- f: r i� 'brine ' u- by your f ate-rai a i.'j Letter, (,= ;;(! the 1 ft Irltant, of the Refoiu :i h.-d t k;n tu :'i:n.J vour Troeps in: ; slefta, and to ie . e rr.at lir.cny in the prefent critical Junft-re. with a \'.e.v the E;recu:ic : f ai the P:ac� ... Dcfign ro ftiej that Du.c:.y, ti.ercu, b:l .�r.ginc: ; in o by i-'.h mcdera e Conduce to prevent' r ee:r..oei r.. b iges whici a Pec- ntate of your /*/.i;*:ty*j ref:r^d tien is f .11. fer.f;''. with'.-u* the I'j-; A� y :ur I e-'ter, tha: vo-j iii iafali'jiy be taicen, both v> y l m- '.' c ra-u.ii "and / has be-:a p!eafed .ye- Dcf:-;.:) t" ��> .hit we put yo i-i ii-i J cf yur own i'rO'-ni'e? ; ar.J _ef:re voj at tne fame :'.;ie, a: \ .cm.- of the Empire, ccr.ib.nt'y n rer evere in the ! .udahle Re'clu ion ui c caning the M.inte;:. nee cf Peace and Tran�jui'ity, w:;h=- ut permitting ^n � thfg '.0 divert you fr-m it. Yoit M^je;ly'� ai.kne.'witdj.'d E:--cy f;ivi g us Re.-'bn to hope that vcu w.ll crnurmti ci,r ive �. ^-.u SjE ot.ct th; de n -. our v - e. w .:t-ano tH- t rn ! t!i; F.-r-;cs .n O. tf.e ccn- ' I b-'..r a-.-d Country V,'.f-�, we rhall ahv-v.s it.:.lie it cur Ka.e to Pio.f: of our Attachment, eVc. S AX O N Y. Hamburgh, Feb. 10. Srrt-'-cu- f.n e.vo'ir� arc m-I-::ng by the Ruffian, Pc'ifh and Du'cb Minii'er ?.\ B-r'n, :c induce the King of Prufli'i to an .-mic-Lle C me-L.re cf the Differences with Auftria, in ori,.r m which tncy c'eJaie their Priccipab wi 1 ufe th irbili Offices. His M�je!lydoe� in no wife rej-cl th;s CfF r, p-ovic^d theiV Pu-. e.s \.iii p-e-lirnir.arily be Guaran ics, n.'.t the Ccurt cf \ ii-r.na fhall give him equitable latish-cticn Lr his reipeclive Cairn:. MS SWITZERLAND. Sehcffhaufen, Feb. 6. We hear by pr;vat t f.Sra;n, that as re n^. a f-t-.t In'eiefl in man air., ng ihi TiricquiHty r.f" It..!)", he w:ii not ccuvj'.:nine: any' "i'r-jub'es that ir.ny be re.is'ci there under any pietzx: whatioever* act o- the co.-.irary wil. oppofeall l.ci A tcm-a to the utnicflof fower, DP SPAIN. Cid'z, Dec^moet ?o. OS. We a-e hrt rd at work it cmj-Itaiing the Equipment cr'a Squ:drcnin :.: is lor, af-tr lhall p roceid to tae h^ui^rrra: oi a-1 tne o whi.ii Men of Wr-.r, Fiicitc?, &c. fit fcr feivice. V\"c iiave h.ad ro A a vie s frcm Amciica finceth* ie which iiforrr.tJ u-. that the MarrnieL cl'Antin had (� rr.-m run kce,; in M.rti n;co to Hirpanicla : We nre the m :vi fmpancnt ti Iiear from that Quarter, b- c-uf.- 'lie la'.l Lett rs f i i chat th� M..rqa.-'s h^d i-.k-.-n fime Lan.i Forces n; board, witn v k-:a it was though: he wa: gci.-.g upon an important Lute.y-w.e. M-'d id, Jan. 10. Ti c O ekrs cm Tr deS^-i'.! to tr. nipo-tcd into : t?ly, ai:- rn: i e. r>. (- id t;-C'C is a NVgo:i-.f on m on the cel.- .-.f w.lich-:j d-perns the prfjecUd Exl- - ::t'.:e ''-e .:>,-r,-ura;i ::, for that,' The""' , anctl e /l;::aiu 1. on^-1 I G it..- 1 rrc car.)'mi; ca v 1 a .-.:! ;t .o; I ro p? rre :n fu'i * ia-ci to t. '<� \'. -cc o' i rre-; Quantities c. P.-ovifuus of aii kr.s, ji &c are ^eru-.^ t Cou.-r ha-.-e h.i.-r j-.ch ir.fju- *.ce e Inl.Qn Ex-p d:t:oi. i- i.i eli I;k�l'iio'd i-ifpm.'ed r kxir : m - !onac-r, 1-3 lucce s Being doubt u! n.e - C.:re..t Prita.n ur F.-: g.':r, gi.t above 10 Me;c'-an'n en have ir.il'd fr-m thence or Mairiiaco ai.d Hup n:cic, Ldtn wituali fun? cfi Piov.ii-jiis. SiS'i HOLLAND. ' }' Fa-ur. ?.fr. Ha'lov. the Qjesn or t rhrir hiijh i-!:-- whicn have b'tt> fp'e- re' ho-/ f:\ b a: to the Err. be fly f-rnj n ed tj the Deputes .-J e the I;-.finu Uvn.* �>. cj e v re bv th" Fr iTi ,a \.i,.
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