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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - April 8, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. P' RIC IIA RD   RE ILLY. Oie Dublin News-L From Tuesday April the 8th, to Saturday April the 12th, 17^0. Since cur I .ft arrived two Britifh P.icqce s, which brought one Mif.ch ar.i two Hollaed Mails. Vienna, March 12. O. S. *gP<&. Efiirt the in g     JJ   Council. 11 El-LKfw'   h.i\ * of the War mat he woulu have no hand in itTuiJ-. ^(ii very well known '.h.it this Declaration wm only conditional, anJ if Fr.mcc Joes 1.0: adhfre to htr iJechn ion. ih.t Hie would obierve a finct Ntatrali-y, hi. ImpcrLl M jeity will not be long Le-fjre he declares in favour ot Ureal B-itain. S j E Vicuna, March 26. 1 he/ write frcm the Banna: of i eirufvvar. that toe Rig.ui ol the V. inter has reduced the Inhabitants or a.it Terr.torv ro fuch extreme JuJi^nce, as to be de-jnved of almoft every thing that lends to fuppo;t L;h- i ix Diilrefs of thePr0. vinces in the O.'.v-nui J.i'iiiniun* i- not lefs, particularly in Bulgaria and Scivia. I he fjreign Minnie: s who refide at Conllantinop'e, write-, that tho' thtfy have ex�eflive told Weather, \et the PLgue begins j^ain to rage there ; but the Quarter a 1 pointed for item to dvveil in was exempt from the Contagion. G E Stockholm, March 4. On Friday ialt M. Bcftu chef, the RuhLn Marnier, delivered a Letter from her Czarid) Mnjelly to the King of Sweden, at an Audience he had for that Purpol'e, to which he was introduced by Count Gyllenberc, containing the Czarina's Notification of the Por;e's having ratified the Treaty lately concluded between them ; and after a Short and hindfbme Compliment from his Swedifh Majefly proper to the Occaiion, Count Gyl.'enberg acquainted the faid Minifier, that a Meffenger wouid be difpatched with an Anfwer the fame Evening. L G Dresden, April 2. Colonel Neubour, lately Aid de Camp to Count Munich, but now in this Service, is appointed to make his Polifh Majelly's Comp i-xritnts to the Czarina on the Peace ; and fet out a few Days ago for Fetcrsbourg. L G Conitantiniple, Feb. zS. The Porte has lately received an Exrreis frrm Egvp', with Advice, th:it great Difordeis have happened at Grand Cairo, and that they feem'J to b? nt the I've of a general Kpvo lut:on : Upon th.s Adv.cc the Gr;.nd S gi or has fent thither a Mini iter with toll 1'oweis and proper Inilruc-tiens to rellore the Tranquili.y cf that C unt'y. Two Caravalles with Warlike '-tores have Jikewue b.en difpatched thither, and Ordcs ha\e been llTued for the Troops neirell at Hand to march towards 'that Country. G E Petersburgh, March 21. The Fortifications and the Town of Afoph is in fuch manner demolifh'J, that there now remains no Trace? of that famous Fortrefs, which has mo'e than once been the Subject of the War between the Ruffians and the Turks.-The Mifuhderftanding between this Court and th.it of Sweden feems to be augmented. G E Poft-YIahon, March 18. Admiral Haddock's| Squadron arrived here the 10th luftant from Gibraltar, and a few Days after four of thofe Ships put to Sea again in o der to cruize on the Co.ift of Majoica. We are in fome Meafure Eye VVitneflesof all the Pre-' parations making by th: Spaniard to befiege us. The Place is in a Condition to make a long and vigorous Defence. Admiral Haddock's Squadron fe cores the Port from being attacked, and on the Land Side we are Well cover'd by the Forts. The GamTon confiils of 3000 Men, among whom there are but few Sick, vve have no Delericrs ; on the contra y ferirra! come to us fiom the Enemy, and inform us ot their Situation : They allure us tint the Spaniard-hn/e not yet got together in Majorca half the Men thjy intend to^'ffemo.e in ih it I Hand G ii Madrid, March 21. Tr.e Affairs of America have been the Subject of feveral Conf.rences held within theie fe* Days at the fa-do, and i; has b en jadg'd neceffary to lend p.- vate Orders to the Gover norsof t:.e Havana* and Vera Cruz, concerning the Me.ifu.-es they are to take again.t tiie English : J wo Ad*k� Ships lie at Cadiz ready to fail with thofe Orders, but we don't know when they will be able to p*5 te Set, bwaufc feveral Ecgli^i Men of War are cruizing before the Eay. We begin again to fee! tie Scarcity of Corn, and are .-ppreheii!*i e cf it, conie-quenecs, becaufe of the DiiTicjlty vt bei; g fuppl>'d ,vi:h that Commodity from abrord. G E Paris, April 5. The 3111 of Ialt M -them to make continual War again.d the Enemies of Chriltianiry, impofe upon them the abfolate Neceility of keeping an exadl Neutrality in the Wars betvee;. Chnttian Princes. G � Hague, April 8, N. S. Private Lerters from Paris talk of a CongreH, which the C.^rd nal Mjuilter has propofed to be held in fome Town in Eiaiulers, io order to accommodate Affairs betwe.-n Great Entain L O N D O N,   April 3 and c. D.rm^th, March 30. J believe the Spanifti Piivct-.er ;,as not Lteii 1 -.rther up the Channel thaa the Lizard ; however, 'tis certain that ilie has take* live imad \ viitls about three Leagues from thence, and 1 believe long before r.cw {he may be at St. Seoul5 ians, to which Port fhe beiongs. G E NewcaJtle, March z6. On Wednefday laft, the Wind at Well, we had an exceffive Hurricane, when nearly icoSh-ps were feen off the Bir at Shields, which by the Fury cf the Temped, were drove away from their Anchors ; but feveral cf them having hood it out, are fince fafcly arriv'd in die Harbour, aid tis hop'J the reft will not have receiv'd much. Damage ; tho' 'tL greatly to be fear'd that we fhall he:.-cf melancholy Effects frem ti i Storm. G E Pools, March 51. John Adc's, Matter of the Sarah, hound from Newfoundland Jor \ iana, belonging to Mr. White of this To'.vn, wh.> was taken on the i6tn of November lad and cuned into Xijon in S'Jdi 1, wrote th t af.er he was tint uk-n he was well ( u'd by them ; but in his fecond Le;ter iVom Corunna, andSpdn. None but the intercfttd Powers, wheti.cr ' d ited the 9th of January lad, thit then he was 3I-fer themfelves or their Allies, are to fend Alini ;c.s low'd nt.jin^; but Bread and Wa:er, and a co'd Ffocr thither; that is, none but the Miniliers Piu.iputen- [ to lye on at Ni^ht; and that the Evening before the tiaries of France and the Stares General are to be ad-; Date of his Letter two large Ship*, one from New-mitted, after a lolemn Invitation m dc on the I'u.ts of: Fngla.-.d w nh Pitch and Tar, and the ether from th the two jarring Powers. And as the adjuliing the Prelmir.aries will take up two w three Monra , a CefLrion of Arms is fjrttnvith to be agreed to, St'reighr> w:th Brandy, V\ me and Oil, were brought 111 there by a Privateer with 50 Men. From i'eter-burg ij^ri pall,  Several. Conferences order to prevent the Breach's becoming wide-, ar,d.J have l.tely been held on the Military Operations, confequirntly more difficultly cured. 1 his is the ge neraf Purport of thofe Advice, and they will probab'y be as heartily laught at in England, as they are fe-rioufly talk'd of at Paris. G E Paiis, April 9. We have juft receiv'd Advice that the eldeft Queen Dowager of Spain is dead at Pampe-loha, aged about 73. G E Letters fiom Genoa fay, that they have received Advice by the Mafler of a Ship arrived there from Spain, that 30 Privateers more are failed from the Coaft of Bifcay, in order to cruize upon the Englilh. Thofe Letters add, th it they have received Advice from Lisbon that the Indians and Arabians havirg re-turr.'d again to Goi, to the Number of 20 000 Men, in November lad, the Vie Roy of that City mtidc .1 Sally upon them with all the Garrifon. feconded by th: Clergy and the Eurgh;r, which proved fo fuccefsf.l, that the Enemy fled with the utmoft i'reci pitation, leaving their Cannon and Bagg;.ge behind tnem. G E Marfeilles, April 1. Lifl Night arrived he e the Aimable Marguerite, Capt. Dominique 1'ctin, with Herm;g- frcm Dunkirk. Nvar Barceh ni he met four Xabiques, which tranfpc'ncd Troop- from B rca : Th-y obliged him to hoiit h's Boat cut. ai.e go onboard the Commandant, in which tune they plunJer'd him ot the grtatelt Part cf his Provilien, md took fome Hertings <.u: of a Bir'-el. He cemanded S..tisf. clion, upon which they ukd him thould Sweden, ag itift all expeclation, undertake any thing agurdt Ruffia. 'Tis faid they have refol-ved that Count Munich {hall command the grand Army, and Count Lafci attempt a Defcent upon Sweden, at the head of 25,000 Men. Mean while, Orders have already been given for 10,000 Men to pafe the Neva, to enter into Ruffian Finland and Carelia. M S Rome lothpaft, There are now four Caps actually vacant in the Sacred College, and 'tis feared there will be more vacancies, feveral Cardinals being very much cut of order. M S Cardinal Alberoni had laft Week twenty two Voices in the Conclave: He behaves with great modefty, what fit pes foever he may entertain of obtaining the Thira. 1 he Chevalier de St. George is very attentive to what p..iles in the Conclave: He has lately received a Letter from Barcelona, the contents of which is ob'erved gave him great pleafure. S J E TheSenhori'e, Capt. Read, bound from the Weft of Lnglr.nd to Civ um    Ar.d v.e ago I f but eight Men, including the Mailer, who, with two more was wounded. The Spaniards had ten Men kill'd, and fifteen wounded. From Rome of the 8th, O S. A few Days ago the Cardinals, Chief of Orders, received a Courier from Civitta Vecchia, with Advice, that a Spanifh Privateer had brought into that Port, an Englifh Ship which was juil failing into it, and which he took under the Cannon of the Caftlej and that the Governor h^d fequefned- the Cargoe until the validity of the Prize fhouid be decided: The Spanifh Conful of the Port has lepdr'd hither to make geed his claim to the Prize; but the Cardinds, Chief of Orders, having confid. red that the Ecclefiaflical State is Neuter in the prelcnt War between the Englilh and Spaniards, have decided, that the Privateer infringed the Neutrality, in Liking the Erglifh Ship under the Cannon of Civitta Vecchia, arct therefore the Prize is iiirg 1: Lpm which Orders were immediately fent to reiiore it; and at the firne rime exprefs Commands to a 1 the Governors (fcea Ports in the Eccle-fnuical St re m:i to fufll-r any Spanilh Privateers o ' 'u.ze in fi. ht if ti.em, ror to bring in any Enplifh Wffls.       " S�j E Pieces of Eight per Man ; and al-ou: a Week i \ leiins ;6:h pad, A great Cor.fcrtxce was lately i.w the g-re-ted Pax* of one of the faid .shares he'd v n thrMidtary Ope-at:cfns, the fubject of which, -J-   --   -'* were (ev;ra! ve*y rich I 'tis faid, was- the march of the Imperial and Aoitili- milt Emoura^tment f�r} ziy I rocps from Hungary, and the Rout they are fp  G E 1 ta^e Lr Irify, th* Aullrian Ncthctland's, and' tfie have a cer.am Acecunt cf 111:0 the I fie oi Picvid.'.-iee Iflind, io riwidv laden, ti.it use t S.-: bv . JUliO \ eke! bruug!i .0 fioni Kr i.sJ; s th-red   b-v- in Gocds, amongtt wnich wcr Gold and Silver'1 ifLes.   A   

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