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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - May 27, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. IV: RICHARD REILLT. ublin News-Letter. Noma. 354; From Tuesday May the 27th, to Saturday May the 3 ill, 1740. Since our Lift arrrived two Btitifb P-cquets, which brought one French and one Holland Mails. Lisbon, April 31. �WO Men of Wr.r of y Guns and four o! 50 and 60 Guns are equipping to b= lent co the Eaft Indies, under Admiral Prego ; they are to carry four R�ta-lions or regular Forces, and the Viceroy the Count de Ericehow. S J E Jtoersbotg. May 3. i be Czarina difapproving the Condeft of M. WoUmky, Grand Vifir and Mi-nifler of State, who is oharg'd with divers Male Prac tices, had lent him Wotd that he is diverted of ail his Employments, lie was at the fame time confin'd in hia own Houle. and CortHniflaries have been appointed to examine io;o the Matters he ftand= acc�s'd with. They have already had feveral Meetings, and have ier,t him a Memorial containing Twenty Articles he js iiwninofltd to give a Categorical Aniwer to. M a Cad ?, May 4- We hear from Carchagena, that three Miips of the Line and three Frigates werefail'd from thence, in order to intercept a Fleet of 40 f ng-hlh Merchantmen coming from the Levant under Convoy of two Men of War; but we have juft .received Advice that this Fleet has fafeiy pais'd the airtight* Mouth, except two Veflels which we are told hate been taken by a Spaniih Privateer. Admi ral Haddock continues cruizing about the Iflands of Majorca and Minorca. G E Madrid, May 7. Jt is faid the Court has refolv'd to build twelve new Men of War and feveral Frigates this Summer. We hear from Alicant that there are flill making extraordinary Preparations foMomeEx-.pediiiao. xThelaft Advices from Barcelona lay, that the Troops defign'd tor Majorca are ready to embark; and that the General Count de Glimes will follow immediately after with the Walloon Guards. G E -Pttersborg, May 7. We ftill Batter ourfelves that the DifFereracea with Sweden will not be followed by .anopen Ruptute, ioafmuch a> the Marquis de la Cne-tardie, the French Am balLdor, is ;0 make Propofiti-�ms, as we are told, for reftoring a good Understanding with the Swedes: Nevcrthelels, the Fleet and Galieys are equipping with all poflible Diligence; and ill the other Military Diipofmons are making to pre-j�reoorfclvesagauTit any Event An Exprefs is ar-riv'd from Aft'.acan. with Auvtce that Schach N�dir is advanced to the Frontiers of Tiirky with a numerous At my 1" and that the Turks are alTembling their Forces in order to m a fmallNumber of Corficans, (aithful to the Repub-lick, headed by the Sieur fgnatius Cupone, but the Baran and his Men fought like Defperrdoet, and the Sieur Cupone was kilPd on the Spot with iever?.l of his Followers. One of the Inhabitants of Vico bav-ing been made Father or Head of a Community, he deJiver'd up eight or nine Muskets which he had cob ceal'd in a Place where it was impoflible for us to find them; for it is pretended that the Corficans have made a Refenre of four times as many Fire Arms a<-they have deliver'd np, in order to make Uie of then: when the Troops leave the Ifland.-So we have 1 out at laft.-And upon this Suspicion, France mult continue her Troops in Cjrfica until fhe fiud^ it time to tell the World that fhe defigns to keep it by Rig.it of Mediatorial Conqoeti. DP Naples, April 28. Two Galliesand fobrGailiou are iail'd nut of thii Harbour, in eider to give cha'e to the Corfairsof Barbary j the two Gallie^ and two of the Galliots are to cruie on che Coafis of Sicily, and the twp other Galliots on the Coaft of Apulia. Vi s From the Utrecht Gazette. Extract of a Letter from London, May 24, N. S His Grace the Duke of Newc-alUe did not an:wer until the 17th Inltant the Letter which M. Como; Mi' ifter from the King icilie , writ to him the 2ill of lati February ccacernirg ihe ISLotra-.ity of his Sicilian Majefty. That Anfwer runs thus. Sir, ' I laid before the King your Letter of the 21 ft of * February laft, along with the i'lan for a Treaty cf ' Neutrality between the respective K'ngdoras zm ' Subje&s of his Majelly and the King ur the Two ' Sicilies. His Majtity, after mature Deliberation, ' has order'd me to�et you know, for the Itfutmation ' of the King your Mailer, that his Majefty has no ' Intention to break the good Underitanding fubfill-' ing between him and the King ot the i\vo Sicilies; ' but in the prefent Junctuie his Majefty doe: not ' think it neceffary to conclude a Treaty of Neutia- * lity for this Purpofe. * As his Majefty is perfuaded that the Kirg your ' Mafter will not fuffcr his Mnjchy'.s Subjfds to be ' molelled in his Dominions, nor within the Limit-' of his Ports, fo his Sicilian Majefty may be affur'J ' that the King's Admirals and Sea Officers are ilnct ' ly enjoin'd not to meddle with the Ships or Effccls ' belonging to his Sicilian Majefty or his Subjefls, or ' to any Neutral Power; nor to infringe, in any ' Shape whatever, (be Neutrality of his Sicilian Ma-4 jelly's Ports. * I am, Arc.' L O N DON May 22 and 24. An Extract of a private Letter from the Hague. The laft Letters, from Paris explain more at length what the preceding had reraaxk'd, concerning the 1 Difpofition1 of the Court of Fnnce in relation to the War httv.ecn tlre.it fcri:ain and Spain. It is therein obfeivt', that the Minifters of the reutral Powers-,' with one Confei.r, ui:ited toreprefent to the Cardinal the Ure. fir.efi of their refperlive Courts, at the Report: which were fpread abroad, rhat his moil Chri-llian Miijel-y was inclin'd to take the Part of Spain," ;-.nd to Liflitt l.er with aif his Forces ; fn�ce, if that, was really the Cafe, it very much, to be Jear'dihac Europe would ibon be mvolv'd ma grnqrai War. By v.ay of Aniwtr, his Eminence pofixive'/decLr'd ta them, ' That hisMajeHy flill perfiiled ;n his paci�> fick Difpofuio: and tha: all the Menlures which hp had hitntrro taken only tended Co? Re eftabiiftunenE of Pfi'.-e b-tween the tvvaCrbwn- in War ; and that '= he was nrrnly icfolv'd net to interDReddle in theif Q^aue', piovided the En^ lfh did not pu�h their Con^u-jits too far in America : But was that to be the Cafe, the Intern of h s iubjecls, and even that of other Nati-jns which tr3de to'the Weft-Indies, would ob ige him to flop, a? far as he was able, the Coutl� of fuch Conqoeils, tho' without dtdaiing himfelf a Party in the War, any further than in afliiliiig Spain to pt event her total Ruin.* His Eminence afterwards dtcar'd in private to the Eail of Waldegravc, that if the B.itifh Minillry wo Id at all attend iSreafohabfe Condi ion , lie dovih'ed not but that the Cajtholjclc iting w uld readilv yield to fuch, hinting at" tKe fame time, that he had m a mann-r a .CarteBlancbf from the Court of Spain 1 h.rc feemsio bean Appearance of this from all the Circmnfbnces of thi$ War, and from the C'onduft ot France thereinj the Sing of Spain perceiving tluit he can by ho Means ' drau from her a Declaration of War agaihjl Great Britain, yet carries very' finoothry towards htr^ p order, without doubt, to have a powerful Media:pP ready in Cafe of Need. Ho\i favousaule focver iHi* ' preccing Declar ^tiorj of his Eminence may'appear^* one may ho^tvtt finj in it femethicg equivocal,"Su3 which renderj.it of little Signification, and not' at ait to be depended on. In fhort, who is it thas can de-' tennirie that too far, which the Englilh TBfiy c^riy thr-i". Conquells. Lli Marazian in Monntsbay, May 16. This Day ar-riv'd the Severinus, Folk, from Arundale ; and th� John and William, Makomb, from Morlaix for Guerr.fey, who reports, that on Monday laft a Spa-r:lh Shallop with 50 M� took tlie Happy Return, Baftet of this Pace, within two I.e--goes of the Mouth of the River Morlaix, and four Eoglifh Vef-fels mpre ; and he feys there are four more Privateers cruifingon that Coaft. Com is very dear here, Wheat at 20 s. per Bufhel, which v. 24 Gallons, and Barley 14 j. and every Market Day riling, that unlefs a-Su'p-* ply comes from otner Places we dread trie Comequence LE. Penzance, May 15. Arriv'd here a Sloop fom Southampton, R'chard BeaumnJ Mailer, who fays, tnat ydterday he in C'ump/.ny wath a ^now bound for Ireland, faw off the Lizaid a very long Shallop full of Hen, which wis coming right in the Forefoot of the Snow, but the Snow hav.ng four Gins hVd 2 Shot at her, on which fTh aiter'cl her Courie and itocd to Sea. There's alfo arriv'J a fmall >loop from Mor-�" laix for Guernfey, which M.iter I tpoke with, who inarms me, that on M-nday hi: 3 Spaniih Si.allop which lies off "hat !'!ace took a Brigantine which belongs to th s Pert, BafTct Mafter, anj pu: the Mea on Shore thee, which .Men tir's Mil.e." ipoke with in Morlaix that Night he came fro.t. thence, and he verily believes the -hal'.op tiiat was leem on Wednef-dav :a.t ofl" the L:zard, mi^ht be the Sh.illo;.' that ply'd 1.ft"of M-t.'.'iix LE Falmouth. May i~. Yefierday Morning a Lugg� fail irpatiilh I!-it eff uf tde i .lz.ird t^ok .. \ of* aboi t :co Tuns B irtiiLn. Th--; Account we have by a M :n wl.o from th-. Snore iaw tiie laid V^iiel taken, and i.tys, that the Paid Boar his b en havering on our C'oalt e. cr lime Ivlotiday l.;ii, ar.d that ac firil took her to be a imtgrle . L E Wc hear , qn dion of f:x cen Line of Battle Shipt will thorily be leiit up the Bakick ujtder the Command ot .admiral Stewa-t. LE Great Qiinntit r>f tl e peft Powder snd Balls are befpoke of Mr. Charier f.i'bc, and th? other Perfumers Ol this City, tor the l.'fc or th- f'roopi to be er> camp'd tn Jlor.f.ow-liejtli--When'fuch Pre. parauons are ma it f
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