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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - April 26, 1840, Dublin, Dublin RICHARD REll.i.T. Numb. 34$ ubliii News-Letter. From Saturday April the 261b, to Wedndsday ^fnlti^30th, 1740. Thi- P rer wou but t!ie V have been pub'.ifiiM vcfterdw | of that Admiral's Smadron cruize aboit M.ijorca ben."- extremeiv fair ail! Mir.-- '�'""� f.'e J the Pacqu*: exfc'Cted that IS'i^tit or v, mad-: u; def.r it. And the ta..ny Rc cat ;'o'Aii ov.cerr.ing Cait! agena, which it ru,i? "a -ts. \o. 11 wn1 it cna v.eli to City as Country. Yefb'dy arryd Three BriifTt Pcccaers, which brought 2 Fetich, and 2 Holland Mail, viz. Petersburg, April R. Great Train of Arti'Ierj is getting ready with al! poflble Diligence ; al! ihc Troops have receiver Orc'er-Co bo in readinels to mate)!, and we work Day and Ni^ht on the ether *�g
d Harmonv be Court .:nd tliat ot This Court does not ,iice any one ftep contrary to her Neutrality. Thefe Things give us rvom to hope t.'iat the Minifter's Intention!, to prt-ferve the general Tranquility of Eurvpc ;v;il r.ot prove fruit"!els. G E Paris, April 19. The Ea'l Wa!ue?rr.vc, Atn-bafladur from the King of Great brituin, has had (cveral Conferences with the C rd.nal dc Kleury within thele few Days pait, t.nd a- the Court receives Couriers from one Con11 e. .uj-th' r almoftevery Day, weguefsth. t an Ac.-, rn-modation i.s on the Tapis here bu^ee:, a n and Great Britain. In the mean time, ^r-pswf War arc frill equipping in feveral of r what fervice tliev are intended v.. at the Publick knows n a Nap'es, Apri! r. The two Tr:Tn O^een who j t/,Cy kil'.'d their Colonel, and took Sanctuary am : '.' en from thence, as has been reported, but they have been confined in Irons in the Cofvert, where they have fince pub'icklv conffi.'d their Crime. G K Rome, April. 2. On th.- 26th pail Cardinal Mnf-ca arrived here from his Legation of Ferrara. On# the 2-tn the Cardinals di Bouillon and CcHortitz en-ter'd the Conclave, as did on the 1 Sth the Cardinals Lcrcari, Cenci, and L-.nfredini. On the zotii Cardinal Srampa arrived here from Mih'r.. The write, that the Men of \\ ... here were alinofr. readv to put to thev are victu.iiling titeni for cveral and that thcr expect a gre.it Cjunt'ty from Marfen'es for the Uie of' . at wi'h fevcr'il M'.rttriOt an1?".' .n c" up : at i;t of Cardinal Lipski Nevertheless we hope, fro-- -f�' (*at� '...*- Me.v fute-, th*l the War wi.i no: laft long be; v- eta 'Spain and TV 1 n 1. GE ] ' H-gue, A[r:t^Z4.. All the P.evinces of" ti-.h Re-J pubikk have a: letter: Lonter.^ii to tht o-os'd ; Augmentation o; "he xcrcc-s both by Set ar.d Land. G E 1 Hague, Apni 26. It's raw abfolu.ely aff red. that I the Aamiralties w-ii mlbirtly �ctive orders to equip | twelve Men ot War. G E i Tho' feme Ne-.vi has.Ut.I. ap; . red wiiicl) would j inf.nuate, that the .Men of V.'.u- r.t * / cu; in France 1 ar-? to h^ve their F.encezvcas at ^ ; ; in order to fad with fame Spamfh Ships iro i.i. ?i.ca, yet it has preferred a Letter fr ;m his Emtncncy to the Ccilcge of Cardinal.', whereby he acquaints them with the Re.-.fons of hi.; not being able to attend theC'onclave as he d.Tig.ted. On the 31ft Signer hranchini, iviir.iltcr from the Great D. to the Conclave, was prefetited by Count Spada to the Chiefs of the Orders, to whom he pro-fented his Credentials, and made a Speech touching the Election of a new Pope. As molt cf rhe . .... Cardinals are now entet'd into the Conclave, 'tis j.ger.eraliy_ bci^:thf Le/La _mi.ftak�� 13 nothing was loll, and there were i .up.-s of f.vir.g the Ship. The other Ship called uie King of Denmark continued its Coule. L G Cadiz, March 29. The Alvice Ship defined for Cartharena fet fail the Z^d Inflant. 'the Co has fut frrjb 0,der* to unload the Flotilla -jjitb all pojji bh diligence. We ha ome fay this Squudion ivill fiil up the Sti eight:, in order tj jqi ? feveral French Men of liar; others pretend that it liill deer to Fcrro!, where there are ni>:t Men of J'/ar read, to p>,t to St a, and then proceed to America in covtpaj:j i'.ith them. Ho-ii-cver it he, feveral man Ships atcft'ii.g up here, and it is reported that a Squad--a cj i-zvinty Fort ign Men of H'ar is expected in thi, Bav. P. S. The twelve Mm cf War above mentioned ere i::-i\hi>>g Anchor, and it is faid that thry ixill ficer ticir caurfe to Majorca; b t as the Pfi isju'i S'',rS �Jf> commit any Hoitiiities with it; or in cafe it fliouid zctVaal-ly put to fea, it would be with a view of fading to the Baltic, the Count de St. Severio, who is going with all diligence to Stockholm, being charged to af-fure the Regency of a lubltantial Succour from his molt Chriflian Majeily, if Sweden inould he attack'd by the Ruffians. G E AmiterJain, April 29. By Letters from Peterf- -""^" *""J~*" j burg, we hear that the alliance betweenGseat Britain t'ae K-enmntrton, Cant. Robmlon Commander, who . . , , , c r 1 a f.'- u > ; r , c ' aid Ruflia is not yet concluded, but would cenanuy . .,^v, .^i-i. 1 a fev Day- r.go lailcd out or tins Port in puriuit ot 1 . ,' . c ,. . ' r \ - n-'o 1 |. 1 r r> 1 . r be io upon the Arrival ot Mr. rincn, who is ex- r Cnm.., f..uck j a bpanifh Privateer, chaled as far as the Gulph of , u ^ ^ Itilbnt .tear the I Ranello, but on account of a freih Northerly Wind j P1, "ery . ^V', , D . K I K . . ~ � ^ I From Stockholm, That the Regiment of Body j Guards had Orders to"ttrepare for an Embarka- diought tliey will proceed ipeediiy to that Election. LG Rome, April 9. M. Clarelli, one cf the Deputies fent fj Civita Vecchi.;, to examine into the Validity if the Capture ot the Englifh Ship, writes word, that ;he>>panilh Privateer defpairing of a Judgment in his Favour, had tried to retire with his Frize, but was p evented by the Governor. L E Legbome, April 8. His Brit.tnnick Majefty's Ship tipon a Bank of Sand tiie 1 7th Coall cf J Jtl. nil. When the Evprcfs came away \ could not overtake the Privateer, wlio ran into P01 to Pino at the Gulph of Spezia, where he and two other Spanifh Privateers are detained, the faid Bntrlh Man of War cruizing orT that Coait. L G Leghorn, April 8. By a Ship Ucm Toulon we earn, that the Squadron which was equipped >n that fort had not yet tailed, nor was it kn-wn when it would. L F. Leghorn, April 9. The Spaniards have landed 16000 Men in Majorca, which are to be followed by So~o mtire. The Preparations feem as if they feri-o-flv intended tne Siebe of Port Mahon The French squadron at Tou'zjn is partly in Port, and part.y in the Red GE Genoa, Apri' 9. A fmll Englifh Man of War is pn: in here, in or Letteis from Cadiz (by the common Port) of the 5th of April, N. S. confirm the failing of eight Men of War from 60 to 80 Guns, ar.d of four Frigate* under the Command of the Conde de Clavijo, on the 30th of March, faid to be bound for the Weft-Ind.es. LB The boafled Projeft cf his Sicilian Majefty's Mi-niftry, of largely increafirg the Trade of the Kingdom by the Invitation and Encouragement given to the jew^ to come and fetde there from Foreign gociati.ig between the King of Great Britain and j Part , leems to be dropping to the Ground, few a-:he Corrr of Petersburg. The King of Poland and ' mong thoic People of any Worth being eafily trap-other Powers, it's laid, will be invited to acc-de to ! ped They know the unliable State of Sicily ; the this Treaty. G E ' ..bfolute Power of the Monarch ; the Influence of th� Berlin, April 19. The 1 $tb Infiirt a Fire hnokf i Churchmen, their mortal Enerr.ies, all thro' Italy; 0 t in a Tobacco Manufadun at Reivhrrg, a !n:a!l and will never forget the Expulfion of their Ance* Town ivithin four Leagues of this city, ayj burnt ftor from that Country by an Edict of the Empe-ivith feh f ry that the whole T.v."i was reduced to ror Ch-irles V. in tke Year 1540; an indelible Mo* Ajbes, except 14 Hsufes and the Ca,de. G E ; memo. L� Paris, April 18. Tiie Kail VV.ddeiifave uoes j Letters from Gibraltar, of the 2111 of lait Monti, not make any Preparations torYetuniinvr to Lon- N. S. fay that there were ftill 13 Men ot War ia don, a kach-bfen taifly raporteii by JweNsw j:hal >Qd tbit bave by. � Taitaa arrived
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