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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - May 10, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. IV. R/CHJRD REILLT. Numb. 349 The Dublin News - Letter. to V~------ ....... From Saturday May the Hh, to Tuesday May the 13d), 1740. Lite laft Night arrived'one Britifh Pacqaet, and on Sund'iy another, which brought one French and ne Holfand Mails. $aata Cruz in Barbary, March 25. ULEY ABDALIAH has been proclaimed in Morocco, the Capital of his Empire, with the ufua! Ceremonies, on which Occasion he let at Liberty feveral Cfuiftian Slave? ? He Teems to have a great Regard for the Europeans, and i> refoiv'd to ftnd Minifters to renew with the European Power* the Treaties which his Father Muley Ifmael concluded with them. It's added, that they have had a very good Harveft in B-irbary this Year. -     DP The Civil Wars which hive torn in Pieces the Kingdom of Morocco eve,r fiuce the Death of Muley Ifmael, are at laft determined; the BaQiaw of Tetunn, being the only Perfori who at prefent refufes to fub mit to Muley Abda'lah, and is fo far from having Reosurfe to his Clemency; that he puts to Death every Body of the Patty  ut likewife from that Prince's fending a con-iderable Reinforcement of Troops towards Babylon, *nd that an Amy wasaffembling which he intended to command himfelf,. and to, advance with it towards 'the Frontiers of Turky. Upon thefe Advices, the Grand Vizirha* lent frefh Orders to haften the March efc the Bodies of Troop* which are to b� em ploy'd gainft Thamas Kouii Kan, and which will compofe aa Array of 140000 Men. G ^ Vienna; April 30. The Government has juftpub-Sfh'd an Edicl far opening again the* Communication with Hungary, tad levelling the Liaes.that had been me Fropias of Awitria, M S The Emprefi having been indifpofed for fome Days, has Qc'cafioned the deferring the Journey of the Court to Laxenburg til! Monday next, when it is hoped her Majcfty will be well enough to accompany the Emperor, if not his Imperial Majefty wi.'l come back every Evening from Hawking at Laxenburg. G � Copenhagen, May 3. N. S. Our Armaments by Sea is diligently carrying on. The Ruffian Mini Iter has had his Audience of leave of his Maje/ly, being foon to return to Petersburg, where he is to be a Mi-nifttr of State. Baron Korff, who fucceeds him, is foon;expecled here. Count Dehn is to go the King's Envoy - Extraordinary to Rufia. Baron de Brauai, who is in France concerning fome Arlairs of Com-mtrce-,is fxpefted horse in three Months time, and it^ is not doubted bat he will fucceed in his Com mlffidn, ; M S Hamturgh, May 6. The King of Denmark's Journey to Holitein is not yet fettled; feme fay his Majefty will fet out from Copenhagen on the iztb Inft. others* j&tiftafier Whitfontide: However, all the AdviceV^ree.,~taat his DanUh Majefty will come into this Ktighhourhood, accompankd by the Quetn and the Prime Royal; "and ibePrefideat of Altena has acluaily received Otdtrs to prepare for the Re ception of the Court.   , LG Hanover, May 6. ItVreported that an Ordinance will fpeedily be published ^-fi^preffing of Luxury in this Eieclorate, �nd wltich �nB{�obibit all Perfons, except the -Noble&� /rem'weatiog Gold or Silver Lace upon their Cloaths. The Regency takes the otmojEtCare to relieve the&fUery of the Country People. G E Hague,-Jilay iq. N. S. The Emperor being at length & far cooi'd, as to eondefoend to fend an Am-baSador to the Court of Great Brpir., gives g�eral. Satisfaction ta the .WifaMenofthisRepubikk. They Icok apoothat Step as a good Omen to a happy Re cqacihatioa between his Imperial Maiefty and his ancient Allies the two Maritime Powers. The Count d*OSen, iviio is already nominated tp thi$Eial�gy, and to bring the Oiive of Peace 4k�g with him, will take the Hague in h� Way, where, it is expected, lie will make a kind of Apology on the Partof hi*Malr ter to their JUgh Mightkeffes, for having fe long deferr'd /coding a Minifter tocre�de.witb them, 'in the room of Count d'Ukfeldt.. *rhom he thought �t a. conflderable tiate -age to re-caB. He will* more over, he cJialg^d to .acquaint theio, that &Bcdy cf Rooo Imperialiftj have.receiv'd Orders to return, to the Auflnan Netherlands} and.-, that, now, a. Peace is coacludc4s4th jtj^^^k^/i^vjiit- in a Condition, in-a>nJH8di^wtiUj rpd^,�^-intei�ion'd Powers, to watch over ^j^^0;-i^3k Tranquility   we areao'viied. from Rome of the 23d uk, That (09c Eo^ilb; Ship* are cruizing on the. Cba&t of th 1pXj^ecatifc tjbe> GoverrrnnentRetains fo lang at Civiri^�jch^ th� �ng!iih VeSel whicii was taken by a S^U^Krva� teer usder the Cannon of that Place. , GI They writs from Berlin, that.fince. the Kiag .0/ PrnfhVa re eflablifluncntof hk Health, tta fa^ a Ne-gotiation has been enter'd upon for amicably ^Accommodating the Afiair of the Sueceifion of Juh'ers anJ* Bargue, the Accomplifhment whereof is very much to be wiiVd. for the fake of prefcrving the Tranqui-iky of Europe. . ' G� Since the French Troops entered the Territory of Porentro, teveral of the Malecontenta have mae'e , their Submifikai to theBi&cp of B&fil their Soveraigo^ It is the Count de Brogh'o, Son to the Marfhal of that Name, who has the Dire&isn of that Dragoon Mediation. DP They write from Naples, that it has been refolved to raife a new Regiment of 'Corficans, which is to be oficer'd with the Officers of that Nation, actually ua that'City, and M. Fabiani is to be Colonel of it. DP - From Cbarleflown in South Carolina, dated Feb. 26, they write, that a Spaniih Sloop was carried in there, taken off Hjf{|aiola by Capu Frew.'in the. Nymph, fiued o^^^wt Province.  The Spaniiji. * '^Sogar.. There was in. Corn-rich Spaniih Veffel, which -take, having bat few HancY gb, Capt. Vincent Pierce, witkt I the Tartar Pink^the Hon. Capt. Townfhend, were 1 both failed from that Province, on a Cruize againft the Spaniards. SJE They write from Charles Tswn in. SoHth CarobW,, of the .i ft of March, .that th'sy have. Advice there-.-from Georgia, that the ChKke&w^ii^rans have ita-ken two ptmcipal Forts belocging' to~St. Angat:i0e� together with feveral Spam^rds:P^ifc*�r5.   . -v'  'ieJl-':^Hdi^Pr'Q9C^: andlrifh. The latter are expeftei tfta W�k *t>* MarAalfea. . :^ > QX   

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