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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - April 15, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. i RICHARD  REILLT. Numb. 342 in News-Letter. From TuIsday April the 15th, tc Saturday April the 19th, 1740. S;ace my Lift arrived one Rrififh Pacqret, f ii'i one Holland M mI, which, wiui the CcR'.!t|:::cn of Tuesday's Paujuet L as follows. ,: Pcteiib March 1: XJK A J vices frt.ro rhc S'rapiers im-p it, clue Su'tan Aci.inrt Jiref had Icen railed to the'I'lm n-J ojthe Ciim Tartaiy, in the room of ft Father ; and that lie was greatly eljemcd by hi; Sitjjicts on accoun: of |s Prowels in the fevcral Courfes of the Tjuars inudjlaft War. M S The Velt M^rflia! I. cy is fet out for Lipnia. Wc �rsafl:ir?d that th�- Iluiii:in Our: has refolfd to have fifty Regiments, hrl.de.- the Glare's affaniled in the Xefahbourhoud of ih..; Capita] fame time rxtMonth j       LE A Corner is arrived brre f;om Derbenj with Ad-V'ce that Shsch Nadir mace a triumphajt F.ntry at Ifoah.-n the zSih of November Jul! ; t.' at ,-he Procel-liJn Lilhd from eight o'clock in the Aiming till fire in the Alterrocn ; and that t ie Snaclafterwards cV-.arcd that he would faun inaicli aga.ii! tueluik with a pow e: iu! .A r m y. U E Stockholm, Ap i! 4, N Up"n idvice that fSe R'Jiiians hid c-uf- i ome 'iW.p to m|.ch toward Cs-el'a, the Court rus r oived to mnkafome Alte-lutior)-. in :h,� Qjj re's of ii' r I'ro.p^ in Inland. MS ; h- E:h Minirier at this Coutt ha late y h.-.d 3 Conference Aim ihule of 1 he Governroeif, at which 'tis ft id he h.s ir.-u'e fame Overtures lelJtir-g to Mr. Finch's Journey to Petersbu'g. ' M S They begin to talk anew o; the arrivtijcf a French Squadron :n the Ba'iick. They . lio ta 1 of a Treaty ODC'uded between this Court and tluuf the Porte. L E Copenhtgen, March 29. Their Dajifh Maj a. April 6, N S. We ;.re row very w;ll fflir-tt, tint the Grand I>tik* of Tttcany will not -ke a journey to Italy this Yeir. 'Vis l:>id Prince jChate- his Ur.th.-r i vi:h into the iuilrian Netherlands. Two Regiments and twoB t alions are alfo ordered to nnrcii tcwjrds the Upper nine; and an other Regiment inm Italy. It is hought that thefe Troops will be folluwed by fame "tilers. G E The Court being informed that fome cvil-mind.d eople fpread Reports repugnant to the good Under- (anding fubfiiling between the Emperor and the King . France, it has been publickly declared, by order of is Imperial Majeflj, that thofe Reports are equ.ily ftl'e and malicious ; that fuch as fpread them can be lething elfe but Incendiaries, who ftrive to dirturb ^|�e H.irmony between the two. Courts ; thst Unci itiquiry mall be made afer them, and fuch of ti.em ' fhall be convifled of tneie wicked Practices will 'teet with condign Punifhment. L E The Great Duke his lately received c00.000 F)u a:_sfrom Tufcany, with wtiich Sum his Royal High �I?-* is to'- purchafe fa veral Lord mips fituaie in the ^^mperor's Hereditary Countries, and likewife fame jardeni and Palaces near the" Metropolis.   General frcithwitz, Commander in Chief of the Troops in Tufcany, ha� fent hither a Plan for putting the Miii-;a of that Dutchy on the fame Footing with thofe of "e ��ng of Sardinia.   This Plan has been approved, ordered to be put into Execution. D P CcJogn, April 15.   They write from Liege, that leveral French Officers are railing Recruits thf.-e for may arife from the Statei Genera! no; having yet pat the Service of the moil Chriitian King. G E in Execution fhf Rnchit.'cn tii.y had taken, of aug We have Advice from Hamburg, ttiat the Diilur- � mentini-, thrir Troops srxi fjttiri hances in D.�ni/h Holtlein have b  :r. t.:e f �c�  nJ k.n.iled ail ever Europe. * J is this whic.') i:c: c Iv j^ecps Frarice r. the Bounds (he r.i.s riei'crib.-d iicrtcl:, tut pre-ether i ovvtrs ficm ir.termecd irv. L S w ur; v. r.t Rome, March 24. We hear from Civita Vecchia j ever ver-v ccrrain, turn the Mmiiiers of the Jlrpubh-k that a Comite (the Officer who has the particular Command over the Galley Slave;) having ufed two of thofe Slaves in a very barbarous manner, they and faveral 0/ their Comrades cried out to fling him overboard ; which Cry being immediately repeated from ail the other Gallies, the Cannon of t.-.e Fortrefs war pointed againft the Slaves to prevent their Rihng ; tJie Governor lilcewife ran to lie Port wi;n a Dtt.iC'i-mettt of Soldiers, and having committed to Prm-n the Ringleaders of the Sedition,   was quiet 2fcerv.-a.-d5. L E A certain Pilot in this City, who Ins a pe-f^ct knowledge of the Levant Seas, is fet out for Naples, having been fent for by his Sicilian Afajtiiy, in order to in.truer, fome of his Subjects in that Navigrtion. L E Rome, April 2. The Congregation appointed to txamine the Aff.ir of tiie Enthih Shin taken by a Sp.inifh Privateer off of tiie liarboiir ot Cinta V'ec-c;,ia, have writ to Leghorn ;'bi,ot th.; Jdufii.eif, being dubtous of their own Skill in maritime Afrv.rs ; iu tnat thry will not pronounce ScHttnce ur:rh they receive an Aniwer from Leghorn. L E Gi'noa, March 26. i he 21ft inftant a Du-ch Ship arrived here in fixtcen Days from Aiicant, the LONDO N, A      : a~d 12. By the Xing, A   P R O C L G F. O R G E  R. A T I & N. WHere-.s hy an A& paiHd tl i: prcfert SeiCons r;.' Pirinment, intituled. An Att for the m  LE Expeditions by Sea or Land, and to (ail to, and in arj- Venice, April 2.   According to private Letters of the Seas in America, for the attacking, taking, or from Conftan'inople, the Biifurbances Svhich arofe a defraying any Ships, Goods, Moveables or Immove-few Years ago in Egypt have broke out afrefh.   The able;, Settlement*, Factories, Creeks, Harbours,Places People of that Country compiain that the Bafha and of Strength, Lands. Forts, Caftles. and Fortifirationsj the Governors under him fleece them by ail m;�ner now belonging, or hereafter to belong to, or to Le of Extortions, and that they aie in an abfJute State p Hl-iTed ly :.: y Enemy, in any Part or Parts of A-of Slavey.   Thefe Subjects of Complaint have occa- merica ; and for the better making atid carrying on honed Iniurreclions in the City ot Grand Cairo, sr-d any Preparations far fuch Purpofes, and for the mafe* like^iie at Stiide, Rofetta, sru Earr.ihta: 'I h. Greeks ing aid affuring to the Societies or Perfons'Concerned, and Cophtes fettled in Egypt leem l.kewile to be ripe their Hein,  SucceiT-rs, Execntors, Adminillrators, f.-r a Revolt; and in fliort, nothing let; than a general end Afiigns, full and undoubted Prorerties, Rights, Rebellion is (eared in that Country, the Troops not and Titles, in arc! tc the fame, which foeh Societies being lbong enough to reduce the Jnhab.tants, and or Perfons fliail take, or caufe to be taken frcn the S befides, there has even been a Mutiny among them. Enemy, under fuch Regulations, and rn fuch Man-1 his bid News gives great Unff.fined to tne Fo. tc :  r,er and Form, 3i We, our Heirs and Succeffors, (ball A Divan has been heiu on ti.i- Occsfion, st the lifae (think fit, and at any t imes hereafter, by anv further :f which a C.-.pigbi-Ba(ha was diipatched to Egypt, 1 Gfants or Charters to confirm, and former allure the .vkh Onl'.rs to examine th<- Condud ot the Baiha and , PremilEs to tht-m, io as to enab'e them to have and : G..verno:s and to depole them if they have oppreiTed : enjoy the full Benefit thereof, but 1 o, as that nothing j t:.c People : He is hke^ife to enquire into tt;e Grie-, therein contained (hall extend to exclude or reftrain ! v.;-'.-s 01 the hater, and if he finds that they '.ct by : any of our Subjects from bavirga full and free Trade pi: 1 ate V lews or facret Suggcttions, his Charge is to ; to and in any Part .cf America : and whereas we are krrp Matters in Suipeme,   in order to give the  defirous, that none of our loving Subj.-cts (hould be Porte Time to relnfarce her Troops in Egppt.   G E I ignorant of the faid Encouragement, VV'e have thought Extracf of a Letter from the Hague. | fit, with the Advice cf our Privy Council, to publifh Tho' the Report of the K.ing of PruihVs Death,has j the fame, by this our Royal Proclamat.on, to the End not prov'd true, yet none of the Letteis from Berlin j that all Officer, Seamen, Marine<, Soldiers, and give room to hope that he will ever perfectly recover, j others our Subjects, may be fully informed of the Bene-The Minifler of the States Genera! to his Pruffian Ma t fit thereby intended for fuch of them, as (hall be will-jeily, as well as thofe from fame other Courts, have j ling to aihft by their Endeavours in the vigorous made heavy Complaints againft the Pruflians employ- | Profecuticn of the War, and the Annoyance of thfl ed to enlill Men in their lefpectiveTerritories. "1 hefe , Enemy. Er.lifr.ers have inveigled away feveral of the Inhabitants of the Province of Gutlderl.ind, and have taken I, me away by Force ; among thefe latter they had lately the A durance to carry a Man thro' Arnheim in a cover'd Cart, having ftopt a Handkerchief in his Mou'h, to prevent his calling t ut for Afiilbnce.    As Gtvtn at our Court at St. James's the Ninth Dap of April, 174.0, in the Ibirtetntb Tear of our Rngn. God ikve the King. LG |io.) By the French Mail Yederday, they advifa his Pruflkn Majefty has been weaned out with Com- : from Pari;- of the 8th inft. that the Difpatches the plaints of this Nature of the Violation of the Law of Court had received on the 5th from her Ambaffadcr Nations, he is at length determined to take t e moif Madid, werepartly concerning the Affair of Porto-effectual Method to red re fs thi Grievance, by giving Eello: 'Trracdtd, that an Exprefswas immedattlv pofitive Orders that all nis Ofhccrs who (hat enliit fent back, to Spain, with an aniwer to the v^rj Dii-Soldiers for his Service out of the Empi.e, (hail tuffer , patches.   The Letters the Spanifh Amba.�idor ha� Death. It is hoped that this Regulation will put an End to the Clamour raiied againit the Court of Berlin by all the neighbouring Powers. Nothing is now fo much talked of here as the fitting out ot the Toufan and Brett Squadrons; and what is remarkable, the PabUckdoes not fetm at prefent to hi under any Uucalin�is about them i which perhaps received frcm his Court, and the private Letters from Cadiz and Madrid reprefent the Advantage the �ng� lifh have had on the Spaniards at Porto Bel'o, to be Jels conliderable than what they mention from Err?, hrd, wherefore the Pubiick at Paris are very impa. tienr, to fee the Accoant from Madrid. M g They write from Amfterdam, that his Catholic^ Majeity caaaot forbear ftill td faope, that his m0ft Chrif?^,,   

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