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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - April 19, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. IV. RICHARD  REILLT. in JNews Numb. 343 jCtter. From Saturday April the 19th, to Tuesday April the 22j, 17 / Y0' Since oar Irlt arrive 1 one Brki'h Pecquet, biiM.-htl iickhit.d Mail. w men \'ivr.;:.i, Api.l 6. Rinrc Cu-.:-j.-t.:-C7-c- ot Wa'arhia, who has reii ed her.- tl�-;e lc*cra! Year.-., under the Piutecki-m of (he Fmperor, wa^ put urule' ari ArMt a few Days ng'.', but on v. hat aceount is not yet knew.. The CV.rr. niifl.u i . appointed to ti > t i.c Count; c!c Wilis .vd Neop. rg, meet ot.ilanrlv tiiiv.- time a We. k, but \.e elu-.;"c ye: iicur wiut 'I ai.i this Atiair N'.r'i", M-rch 29. The King having fome time fince pv-n '.j the CVlonel of the I'uih Keg.ment cf Li mer.ck, at prefent c:. kd the King's own Regiment, Emvc to appoint the icvrr.ii Officers under his Command, ii'bjrf! t j hi- M->*d!v % Anprohat.cn ; the Co lonel, in Conierjuence of ms Authority, nominated bis Nephew t-.> be M..j-.-r thereof", w.k.i Cat ice w,-. aperoved of by the K : g. The fenior Oih.e r o: the Regiment, a rp: eh end ng they were p.iored ky Promot'on, ro.npl .ir.eJ thereof to the K.and in treated Lis t\j:).t':y to rev fcc this I.iccr.v-.-, bu: their Appro: >a ri. n proved iecileei : J ; \vi; ere upon iu,, i,] the t'aiu Officers w.dtcd �.ne Evening for the Colonel, as he was Cuinrc: In rr�;." /.iie.nbiv h.id a: the Dtik- : h.m, fo tie.: he eicj tuo Days alter. T.se Ofii crs ii d to a Convent for Protection ; hat the Duke de Cinrni cau.ed tee C went to be i a veiled with cro s L :,�, .-.-si took the Of.i-cers by fo'ceou; of the Chnvh, at.J c.r'i.d t.: e:n to Priibn in Irons. Five ether Officer- of t: e tame Regiment nave alio been taken t:;\ c n Sufpic.'on of the r being Accomplices in thii       iiinaticn. GF Rome, M-.ich 26. On the 19th rerurrttd hither from Portugal the Courier that was difpatehed thither on account of the Deuh of the late Pope ; and am_ng Other Difpatchcs brought one from the Nuncio at that Court, acquainting the Chiefs of tne Orders, that none of the Portugjefe Cardinals deiign to attend, the Conclave. Jtir reported that Cardinal Cofeia, at the End of the Conclave, is to sffiime the Character of �AmbsfTidor from the King of Naples to this Court. On the 22-.1 arrived here trom Florence M. IVan^hini. Jvh'rikt.-r /rum the Great Duke to the C\ ne'ave. On the 23d the Prince of Santa C;cce, AnvjafT.Jor Fx-traordmiry tfom tiie Emperor to the Ckncave, prt-fentcd, iii a pabhek manner, his Letters Credential to! the Ci; ef-. of the Or ler-, to whom he made a Speech j -'I the Ek-cTon of a r.evv Pi " War with the Spaniards.   Jn order to rrpr;fent tin favourite Point in the ltrongeft Light,  his Excelk r.cy, by a ireotid bland, has taken a Man of- Letters nr,o Pelfticks into Pay, and given him,  am.-pg 0:1.� r liea.ts, theie fo'lov.'ing, to enlarge u;v n : The Knglifh Trade ro Spain is immrnfrlv mcr< large and pn.fjtable t) that Nation, th-n the Trade one l;al: of el' the European Nations pat tor -t.'.er Among many fnfunces produced, h-rc is our; ;|. Number of Ships which have arrived in Cadiz f.r theie twelve Years pail, at a Mciium (exciuhve ft Spamm S'oop') amount to gboat Boo yearly, w.itirc: no fewer than 560 were Britifli, and only 1 6c Ftenc. and l 10 Dutch, 12 Swedes,  ii.\ ac eorditej; to the reu-itcr'd 'J'reaiure one Year vvi ii m -ti.er, the Proportion is only, For the King of Snaii. .diKtut 300.cool. For the Church and Holy l.m.; :;:.c:ol. For the Commerce 4,.; tc.oco i. Or thi. la;t t'um the Share that f.ii!, tj the F. g'idi and Dutch, 'tis believed, is equal to that ef zll the etner Cetr.merciai Nations put tege:h. r; wui.e-a; reckoning the va.I? d.:fp,oror:iun:.b!e ^i:are in the ]� m�-^ '____ �      " moil Catholick King's American Dominion.', veil fuperioritv in Trt.de the Er.giiih enjoy, i de Fenrlon tl-.ree }>.v-> be'orrj % .-nip tiie K 'nil r.g-ton, Capt fv{)!dn'r.!i C :;u:)ar.c'er, with four Mtrehjnt Ships tiom Great Britain uiw.er hi; Convoy : '1 he fame F.v.ning a Spanifh Pnvatier failed out of the Port, and (oon after was followed by the Man of Ware but wr tire no: yet informed whether ike has been able to overtake the Privateer. LG Biuffel-, ApFl 14. The Differences ari'-en between us and the People of Liege are Iti 11 in the fame Situation. The latter are preparing to put in Fxccu-( tion the PiTj.-fi ot making a Cauleuay for opening a free Communication wi h Enc.i and Bjifleduc, without palling thro' the Emperor's Territories The Court has appointed Commiff.irie-s to go and view the Country, in order to fee whether the Ltegois can effectually put their Deiign in Execution. Some Peo pie quelbon it, becaufe of a certain Spot of Ground in Difpnte, the Sovereignty of which the Emperor can lay claim to^ D P Hague, April 19, N. S. As all open Comma nkations between Spain and Great Britain are now ftut up, the Court of Madrid has all her private Intelligence t"ro' tiie Cinal of Holland. There is not a Week paffes wherein the Marquis de St. Gtlies, the SpanmS Amb.iffauor, does net receive two or three Difpatchcs from his Court ; and to thrfe, as the Bearers and Couriers themielves own, his Excellency rarely returns an Anfw'er, till lie has full had a Pecquet from England. As their High Mightinefies continue fixed in their Refo'ution to maintain the nieft impartial Neutrality in the prefent ScufTl-, the Marquis has very little Buftnefs with them, but is chiefly . employed in keeping up the Credit and Honour of the Sp.-niih Monarchy : And this he attempt.-, to do, by IciTemng the late Advantage of our Arms in the Weft Indies, by giving out that a certain foimidab'e Power, at length awakened to Jealouly, is on jhe iPoint oi giving a bold Stroke in favour of Spain : In ftne, he exhauj'ls all his Eloquence on the Folly (as be b pkds'd co caii it) cf the En^lifh, in making er From I iar vcrin, FinF den, cm; bourg. April 1 5. i' dor from Franc the Count de Sc. Se-: at tie: Ccurt er Swe rcijlt from i: to the Kingdom in general. D A from Stockholm the 8th li.it. it is lepored the 'd there this Morn:ng 1" oai Paris, and his: King of Sweden, as Lan grave of HeiTe-Lade!, iias ti 1 r F.Acekencv proro'es to puriee ms journey to S cck holm in a iew days.   It     laid that 'etate S' ' expected forthwith in the'e pars fr- ni' Fn: order to tranfport to Ireland fx Regimen concluded a  Treaty of aubfidy u itto the Cou; t ef I-hance, the Conditions of which will be much the iitd, in|fame with that concluded between his moll Chriftiaa f" 1 ror.i Majcity and the Crown of Sweden.   'Tisalfoiad, being Patt of the Dar.ifh Ticcps in hi: B-s'ar.n.ck Majehy's Pay : Thole t-.hips will be fc.low'd (oon after by feveral more, ro tattc on board Part of the Danifh Horfe alio in his Brkannick Mr-j :F's P'V, and trani'port them to the faid K'.ng.iom. W'e hta: from Petersbourg, that the Ridn.n fleet oi G.llie is new in as g. oi a Condition as ever it v.v  caii it) and when the Nighc came on they loit them, without having cne Man hurt, or any other Damage dene to the Grampus fav- ference was held at the Palace, ab ut the Difficult.es which the F.lltablifhment of the Jews meets with in Naples and Sicily. In all Appe-rar.ee tiie King wiii ling her Sails (hot to piece , and f,me of her rigging be oblig'd to take fome n-w Rcfolutic-n on that head :' cat ; but it's doubttul wucthcr the haughty Dons Hitherto but few Jews of Note are amongft us; but! came fonvcl off. . G E we have enough of fuch as we do not care for, as! Letters from Paris advife, that the Armament at German and Poiifh Jeas. whofe Trafhek is not l'olEreit is it 1 Li cairying cn, and that tnere is fo great a ufeful, as it is fubjeel to Inconvenicn'-ie., ; neither d j lorcity oi Sailors upon the Coalts of Briuny, wliich the Advantages granted by jthe King's Fdtcl extere-f>r the mill part abound with them, that, in order to the latter. 1> Pjto man the squadron equipping there, five hundred Letters from Verfailies of the 14th luff. N. S. lay ; have been feni for rrom Dunkirk, and (till more from that the Cardinal de Eleury had a long Conference j Dieppe,   

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