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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - March 25, 1840, Dublin, Dublin IV. RICHARD REJLLT. Dublin News- Numb. 3j' T From Tuesday March the 25th, to Saturday March the 29th, 1740. m haveenlargd this Paper, 71 at we may have Room to infert all tbefrejheji and mofl authtntick News, and oblige thofe ivko favour us with their Advertijements, being often upon the Arrival of P acquets forced to leave them out. La2 Night arrived two British Paequeti, which brought two Holunci .Mails. 9 Vienna, March 1 z. IS given ou: here. that the Court of Ruffia. b\ \irtueufa / rcaty to be concluded with tne Crown of Fr. lanJ, will furnifli thac Couit with a Bo.ly of iwtnty or thirty thou land Troops in G. E There appears to 02 a considerable Party in the Conch"/s in favour of Cardinal Rjvien, whuff: EeJii^n to the Vzp.l Chair is greatly wfo'd for by the fniv.htca'rts of this City. Cardinal Al'oc.ir.i his a!fj f-ve al Vtttce�, as has Ordinal CldF.i ; but as vet there u no ju g:ng on whoty the Election wiii fall. G. E MidriJ. March 4. We hit? rece'vid Advice, triu a Dutch Ship, commanded by J .ving driven tne Spaniards from thence, they will Jell that Place to her. Thefe People are mighty unwilling that Oran (hould be any longer pofteffed either by Sp;;in, or any other European Nation, and therefore d.clme entering into Treaty upon that Subject. L E Midrid, March 4. The Governor of Cuba being fufpxious that there were fome Spies upon the llland, 1 our Frontiers, but have penetrated into the Heart of cau/d fo llrift a Search to be made, that three have their Country, taken many of their important been taken and hang'd. L E j 7 owns and FcrtrefTes, intirely defeated and ruined Vienna, March 12. The Marquefs de Mirepoix, th-ir Armies, and obtained fuch fignal Victories over the French EmbafTador, has lately had fevcral Confe- j them, that all the Circumstances of this War cannot rences with the Emperor's M millers, which, as it is-faii gaining us and the whole Nation an immortal Glory : Notwithftanding, as our principal Care has always be?n to procure our Empire and oar Subjects a iufficient and laiting Safety for the Time to come, f.iJ, roll'd on the Differences between the Crowns of Sp.in and Great Britain, and his Excellency made fome Piopofils for the better Security of the Neutra Jity on both Sides in "this War. Other* allure that the French MinHler endeavour to prevail upon hfs Imperial M.�jefty to take upon him the ofEc: of Me-d.'atur, in order to bring about an Accommodation brtween the Courts of Madrid and London. A Courier is l.itely arnv'd he:c frcm the Prince d; Lichten-(iei:', the lu.pc;i.d F.mbaQador at the Court cf France, anJ car- having kitPJ :'ev-.-i.il of ti.e C'..'*, took Iter, rirtltier iito Cuius, under Pietefice ihut fin. bad Arr mdnitiuit af V.'Si- on Ijoird cvfig.-i'd fur the- Engiiir We a a Neutrality curing the preftnt Diftcier.ces b.-tnixt G^";,t Bricain and Spain. G E. Vienaa, March ic. A tew Dnys ?gc the Court ren-ii'fd another Expiefs from the Prime de Lich-tcnilein. the Empe:or's Embr.ffaJor at Paiis ; the diiVaichftj hi broujh", ctnhrtu that the Cotirt of France will not go tock from the Ntu'ra'ity fhe cbfjrves in rrgajd to Great-Britain and opuin, unlei^ lis V/ar between thofe two Powers fhou'd be at-, ten:!ed with fatal Confequences to thj reit ot Europe. 1 It isceitain tk;t the Court has rcfoived to fcr.ify Semi'n, and make it a place of as ^reat conlcqu-.nce as Belgrade was, LE hl.td-id, March 8. Upon Advice tint the En-^g!i(h are making great Prrparaticns for an important Expedition to the- WgH Indies, it is laid a Resolution ! has btfen tnken to tranfport fome Troops thither, in | trier to reinforce the Garrifons of tlioie Places that lye mod ezpofed. Laft Week the Court fent Orders to th- Generals who are to command the Body of Troops afi'^mbheg in the Ifland cf Majorca to repair forthwith to their Poll?. The laft Advices we have received from thence fiy, ih.t 15,000 Men have hren already landed in that Ifland, with the heavv Artillery and a valt Quantity cf all Sorts ^ of Provisions and warlike Stcres; end that all the neceflary Difpofitions are making to put in Execution thio Spring the Enterprize which the Court lias re-folved upo'i. L E We hear from Barcelona, that the reft of the Troops deitin'd for the ifland of Mijorca are expecl-^ cd there before the 15th of tnis Month, oa which day it is reckoned they wilt embark along with the Coant of Horfe, &c. The Court has I kewiTe fent OrJcrs to the principal Ports of the Kingdom, to provide a certain Number of Sailors ready to embark on the firft Notice. Letters from Breft advife, that they ape get- and to remove all that could be prejudicial to it for the future, we have not omitted, during the Coarfe of ail the Succefs that the Almighty has granted to our victorious Arms, to think of cncompahlng a defined Peace, that might lead us to the End we ha�i in View. God, that does not abandon thofe who confide in him, has now fu:filled our Wifhes. The War is terminated by an happy Peace,' Reft fucceeds- oar Troubles, ?n j Hostilities ceafe by the Re-eftahlifliment of a good U"nderrtanding by means of a Treaty mad� the 1 S:h of Scprembsr !att Year, and ftrengthened by tiie Exchange ot Ratifications at Constantinople the zSth o; December in the fame Year, with great Solemnity and extraordinary Ceremonies By this Peace our Frontiers are fo furroc.:ied that they are at prefent fbeltared frcm the Irruptions and ting ready with the utmolt Diligence a Man of War, j Deptedations they have hitbctio fuffered by means of called the Royal Dauphin, on board of which the j the entire Safety we have procured them. The pre-Marquefs d' Antin, who is to command the Squadron * ceding Conditions of the unfortunate Treaty of Prodi getting ready at that Port, is to huift his Flag. It is' are annulled, and our Empire is delivered from th� not yet deiermin'd whether that Squadron will be join'd in the Ocean, or in th� Mediterranean, by the prejudicial and difhonourable Engagements therein contracted, many thoufands of oar Subjects, wlMi Plague, KLrch- 2: herefrom the Weil-Indies, inflead of confirming the News reported by the Spanifh Ambaflador, of the Death of Admirai Vernon, and the Lofs of five Eng-lifh Men cf War, bring a Lilt of feveral important Prize; which have been carried into Jamaica, rnd that the Englifh Ships have effectually clear'd the Gulph of Mexico of Spanifh Caper-, and rendered the Galleons returning in^o Europe utterly impracticable ; from whence it's concluded, that the Court of Spain mud infallibly be reduced to a Neceffity cf a-greeing to the Terms of Gre^t Britain. Few V fix Men of War getting ready at Toutons- They'many Years ago have been matched from the Heart write from Bifcay, that 20 more Privateers are^t to j of their Country at different Junctures, and thrown Sea from the feveral Ports of that Province, to cruize iijtlkiCtains, will be immediately fent home and d�-againft the Englilh. LEllrvexed from the horrid Slavery aad Mileries they --� fhe laft Advice? received ' havViuffered. By the fame Peace is granted to our SnbjeQs witk regard to Commerce, more ccnfiderable Advantages and Prerogatives than had ever been granted them in the Ottoman Empire ; not to mention many other Conditions therein ilipulflted to our Glory and Advantage, as weil as that of our Empire and Subjc&s, as will appear by the Contents of the Treaty, which, will be (hottiy publilhed. Mean time we have thought proper mod gracionfly to inform our faithful Subjects of this happy Event, with exprels Order to render Thanks with us from People here can perfuade themfelves that the Spaniards j the Bottom of our Heart, to the God of Mercy, Aa-' are fo void cf Underltanding, as to meditate any"} thor and Diipofer of all Good, of fo many Favours Enterprize againll Port Mahon, having no Ships at j and Bieffirgs he has dillributed to us, and ardently Sea, and which mofl be executed almoit in fight of pray the Almighty, that he would tak� our Empire Admiral Haddock's Squadron. Notwithftanding the under his divine Protection, avert all Evils acd TroU-Improbability of fuch an Undertaking, all the News bles from us, and make us enjoy the Fruits of Peace, from Catalonia and France allure us, that the Thing and continue to grant us his Grace for the Happineft is real; tho' it's riot in the leaf? to be doubted ; but the Spaniards would be very glad to retake from the Englith the Ifland of Minorca; and 'twas unquestionably with this View, that the Embarkation of Artillery, Ammunition, and Provifions to Majorca, from Barcelona and Malaga, was a while ago made. The Expedition which the Duke of Or mond was to have directed, is now but little talkM of; and it's obferv'd, that he moves but very (lowly towards Madrid. - G E Pcteriburgh, Feb. 27. The following is the Km-prefs's Proclamation of the Peace concluded with the Ottoman Porte in the Camp of Belgrade, and ratify'd at Conftantinople. Translated from the Amllerdam Gazette. ANNE, by theGrace of God, Emprefs and So vereign of all the Ruffians, &c. &c. THE whole World knows what our Frontiers have fuffered for many Years by the Irruptions of the Turks and Tartars, who have committed infi-, nite Ravages there, pillaging and fscking in the moft ' inhuman manner, the Lands and Habitations, and inflaving a great Number of oar Subjects. Thefe Exceffes have been carried to focka Height^ that ail �ur Icibmccs te flop wd prevent ta^^Rjfpcwe,, and Salvation ot our Empire and Subjects. Whereupon for ever bleffed and praifed be th# Holy Name of God. Done at Peterfburgh, 25th of Feb. 1740- Naples, March 4. The Difcontent which aj� peai'd among fome Ecclefiailicks on Account of his Majelly's Edict, publifeed in favour of the Jews,.i� entirely ceafed, fince a Capuchin was bastSed h in vmg declar'd himfslf in the Pulpit too finely agaimi that Regulation. G& LONDON, March 20, 21. (20) We are aflured, tUfat alrtODg thofe whgv furrendered at Porto Bello to Admiral VcrnoB, there was the very Man who fome Years age cut off Captain Jenkins's ear, amiotherwife;inhumanly us'd htm ; he was known by fonte of the Admiral's Men,, who acquainting bim with it, he ordered him to be brought into his Pre-fence, and there in a proper manner upbraided him for his Cruelty ; then told him, that as. be had given his Honour, that the per&s�-�f ajUL
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