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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - May 13, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. IV. RICHARD REILLT. ublin News- Numb. 350 From Tuesday May the 13th, to Saturday May the 17th, 1740. Sinco our laft airived one Britifh Pecquet, which bioaghi ��ae French and one liohaiui Mails. Cadiz, April 19. 'T is reported that the Squadron which f-il'J from the 29th ot lait Month, met with a furious Storm near the Ccail of Galicia, after it bsd btcn johVU by the Ferrol Squadron; fo that fsveral Ships have keen fepenued from tixf icft ; Howcv*r, this Report wants Confirmation. Piirfaant to the Orders of the Court, all tiafe who feed Goods fom hence and J-eviile to Fo-xe'gn Parts, .ireoblig'd to give Bond that they frail tut be Isndcd in any Ports belo-iging to England. As the Weather is fa>r now, wc flatte: ourfelves with the Hopes cf a plentiful Harveli in this Counry. The Captains of ftveral Veilds arrived here report, that Admiral Haddock keeps cruizing on the L'cail pf Catalonia with Part of his Squadron ; fo that :t is ixnpoflible to tranfport the red of the Troops and Warlike Stoics to the Iflaod of Majarq. L E Madrid, April 26. We arc aflur'tj that Orders haye been iflued for laying an Embargo on all the Siuppicg ia aur Pors, which makes us think fome iicuortart Expedition is rtf Iv'W upon. We have ie-errv'd a Confirmation that Commodor; Fifcdda is ar rivM with feveral Men of War at Porto Rico. L E Stviral Conferences have been held at the Palace ot Bueu Retiro, b.-fore the Court fet out for Ar�njeu at wh:clnhe Duke tf Mtnterasr, Duke of O.mond, and the Laid Mardul were present. D P . Rcme, April 30 The ilrongc.'t Party now in the Cor.clave is that of the Cardinals Albani, Camerlir.gne, Psfliooet, Albcroni, Lambcrtini, a.id Acqniviva ; they affenib-e every Day in Cardinal Pafiionei's Cell, and fit csbdiing together very late at Night. D P In the Scrutiny on the 27th Inft. Father Barbarini General of the Capuchins, and Apoflolick Preacher, had three Votes for the Pontificate. D P , The Englifh Privateer has rcftor'd the �ark laden wMi-GombefoBgmg to the Banker Lopez Rofa, tho* the Government ha? not yet found out an Expedient far reletting the Eoglifh Ship carried into Civitta-Yecchia by a Spanifh Piivateer. L E Vienna, April 30. Mr. Robmfon the Bririfh Mi niftcr had a Ccnfersnce this Week with the Emperor's GrJ�|gsge was paten beard for Holland.   And it is cow laid his Msjeir-y. does not fet out for Hanover till WcdnefJajr Mornipg at four o'Clock.                          . MS This Day the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of Louden waited on his Majeff}- wi:h a congratuiatcry Ad-drefs on the Marxiage^ and - was gxaaoufly received* :;: ia St We hear his Majefty vi!l dirpofe.ofail tjfcvacant Blue Garters bef�re his fetting out for Hanover. M S" , Admiral Stuart iet cut Yefterday far; Blackiiakesy to h'oift his Flag on beard thei"Torbay, as Admhal o� a Squadron for rhe Security of our Ccail*.�. . Jvl S We hear that Qapt'. Dqreil,' Ccmma^er of, tba Kent, has the fole Honour oftaluEgthe'Spaxo&M*11 of War in the Bay of BUcay. S J e ' Yelierday tlte Lord AuguiS;us Fkzr�y, Commander of the Orford, arriv'd in Town, frcm Portficouth, ani foon after waited ca his Majefty at St. fames'*. s j a Genera! WhethainV, (General Guife,s>CoLBknd's, and. Colonel Blakeney's Regiment of Foot are on their march to Portfmouth, in oraer to tmbark for the lila cf Wight- S JE j, His'Majefly has been pleaied to appoint Captain Newport to be Captain of a Company in the Regiment ol Foot commanded by Major-Generaliiowajd. And, Lieutenant Adam Patkej.tp be Optain of a Company of Foot commanded by CoL Wentworth. sje Charles Spencer, Efq; is appointed Captain of s Company in tiie Regiment cf Foot, Commanded by Col.St.Clare. \ GE We hear that the Right Hononrable the Lord Vif-count Shi.nnpn, is appointed Captain General of his Majefiy's Forces.    v   And, That his Majefty will foon make a Promotion of .General Officers in his Army. ge On Accaur.t of the fpeedy Encampment on Houn-IcwHeath, the Field Day for the firft Regiment, de-tfign'd as to-morrow, is-pnt off for fome time. DP By feveral Letters from Portfmouth, weare advis'd, that the Account cf the Priaccflk, tie S.panifi Man of War's Crew, htdy taken, being -cbjcfiy Irilh, is s Ficijon, there being none of that Country on board her. ' * DP On Thurfday was exported &c .Calais i40&dt�ice� of Gold, and 800 Ounces of Silver Coin; The importation from France of the'fame Day was 200 Cam* bricks,, and one Ton of BranJy. .      DP Oa\Vednefday Morning d:ed.at his Hoofe in Pall-MalKIjeutenant-Co'onelWijviil, Uncle to S*r Mar-niaduke Wyvill, Birt. and Lieutenant Colonei to tht Royal Regiment ofliorfe-Guards, Blue, lately commanded by hii.Grace theDuke of Argyll. . ge Yeiterday MorniDg the.Rtght Kon, tie Earl of Marchmont, Sir Willh^Wyt^h^m^l^lr.Ciuit�yndt arid, feveral other GeBtIerj^,o{r^i/^n(Uoni arrived in Town from the Court of France.. , .. G B This Morning oce of hjsMJjefly's McfTengas arrived at the Duke of Uewaf&ie's Office at Whitehall, with an Exprefs ffom b4EkcelleiiCyM*..Rfibinfon, his Majsfty's Miiri^ratVreana. .   t     .     Q% ca   

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