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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - June 3, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. IV. RICHARD REILLT. .Numb. |5<5 The Dublin News-Letter. From Tuesday- "June the 3d, to Saturday the 7th, 3740. Skies our hut ariived two Britifh Pacquets, which brought occ I :ench and one Holland Mails. Malu, March 1 8. TIF Grand Matter having frgnihed to his Council, that if they would ^ive him the free Difpofal of Admiral Haly a Turk, he would make it redound to the greatefi Honour and Advantage of the Order, which PropofT hivsrg be nd had teen devo cd to fc.m f.r mary Years; to wh.'ch the Gr..no A::. iter r'j'ly'd, 1 readily grant you your Requt it, reri.rn to "Cotillantinopic, the 'v'aiour of our Knights are known there, and I wou.d aiib hate voti came tfieir Ger.ero-fiiy to be known and admhed at that Fhice The Turkifh Admiral had been t.iken with one of the Giai:d Signior\> Ships caTd the Su!t.;;..i, if r Alexandria, o-, the Coait�f Agypt, in 1752. b� the Baiio ce Clumbray, Commander of thr Malttze Men o; W;r, af er a moft obftmare De/ence in an E gage Eicit th.t l.-ileu Uo Days. A, b Cr.ftantinople, April 8. O. S. The prir.c pa! ArtiJes of the Treaty, of Commerce between the Poue-and the King o: the 7 w , Mcilies aie tneie : I. The Vefleis and Subjects of b:th Powers max fresy frequent and trade to the Harbours and Coails oi the DommioriS of each, and fhall therein enj-y iho Rights that are enjoy'd by other Foreigners. 1 II. The Neapolitan and Sicilian Merchants fhall pay no other Dutiis for Exportation and Importation throughout the whole Ottoman Empire, than thefe | which are demanded ti.ere of the French, Englilh ano Dutch Merchants. III. The Turkifh Merchants that fhall frequent the Fairs of the Kingdom of Nap'es and Sicily, fhall be treated there upon a Par with the Merchants oi bflier Nations with Regaid to the Duties payable f r the .Merchandize which they fhall bring with them. IV. The Subjects on both Sides fh-.ii have die fame Prerogatives a; the Natives of the Country in matters relating to Affair, the Cogniztnce of which belongs to the Tribunals, Courts of Judicature, or r-hcr pub ick Judges; and the Merchants of boch K^iions may eitabhlh Factors in the Harbours of E"ch- ... S J E The Kir.g of the Two Sicilies being willing to make a Peace with the Regencies of P:;rr.a-y, and living cefsred the Porte to employ its good Gfjic-s for that Endy the Grand Signior has wrote a Letter thereupon to tiie Dey and Regency of Algiers, a? s'fo to the Beys and Regencies of Tunis and Tripoli. S J E Genoa, May 3, O. S. The Nephew of Baron Neuhoffis flill in the Mountains with fome of his Ad herents, who are all in a very miferable Condition, but are very defperate. S J E Petersburg, May 14. Several Tranfpoits with Ptovtfions and Warlike Storei are fail'd f om Cron ftadt for Wybourg, under Convoy of two Men of War and two Frigates. The French ^mbdfTador is it.U caiefs'J at Court, but makes no ProgrcG in his Nego ciations ar|d is therefore the firther from meeting with any Succefs, eipcciaily after tiie Arrival of Mr Finch, who is d ily expected, when we are in hopes to know what Mealures wili be taken and purtued in relation to Swcck-i; mean while nothing is ncgleilc both by Sea and Land, to put all things in readiref-for executing whatever fhafi be judg'd expedient. M S Petcrsbourg, May 16. The Emprefs having re folv'd to build a Fortrcfs on this Side of the River Don, purfua-ut to the lait Treaty of Peace concluded with the Potte, feveral Engineers are fat out from hence in order to pitch upon a Spot of Ground fit for that Purpofe: It is faid this Fortrefs is to be called the St. Aiv.e, to wh-ch Place the Artillery which has been taken from Afoph is convey'd. By the Mea-fures taken tor a ffembling Troops in the Provinces conqu'.r'd from Sweden, we reckon to have there next Month not tela than an Army of 80,000 Men. LE Madrid, May 16. We hear from Galicia, that a confiderahlc Body of Troops is already aflembled in that Province, and that thofe on the Route thither have received Orders to hailcn their March. We have received Advice that the Squadron which fail'd from Cadiz fix Week', ago is put into Ferrol t We talk varioufly of the Ddlmtttion of that Squadron and the other equipped at Ferrol: Some People think they will fleer their Conrfe to America, and that they re-rtirn'd to Ferrol only to repair the Damage they re-oiiv'd in a furious Storm. The Tour of M. de Cha-vigny hither renews the Report, that the King of Portugal is to be one of the Mediators between this C ;urt and th it of G'eat Britain. L F, T.iey write from Barcelona, that they are hard at work in g tting Things ready for tranfportinj the reft of the Troop* deitin'd for the Iflar.d ot Majorca, together with a large Quantity of ProvihYns and Warlike Smn s. L F. < adiz, May 1?. An Advice-Ship is come into th s Port from the Welt-Indie;. The Letters which it brings fay, that upon the News of taking Porto-Bel o, the Gar.iien of Cartharjena, and the Forts be longing to ir, had been augmented to i?co Men ; and that all r.eceiTary Meaiures had been taken (or putting the Places upon the Coafr our of the Reach of fniult. '.'ho' the Merchants of this City at firll made tome difficulty of lending the Court the Sum cenv.nd- w.th 7 eo', they have fince determined to ft; oco,"00 Pieces of Eight upon certa r. Condition-, r iic Squad ions which failed from her ce, srd from 1' tid, having met with a violent i empell were fore'd tt, re-enter tie latter Port in a very baa Condition; and the Mnnof War caii'd the Princefs of A ft a riis was leperated from the reit. Letters fro: : Barcelona Tiffin', that Admira: H.t rgin again to murmur againit the Government, and even againft the Perfon cf the Grand iignior, fo that if an Infurredli�� fhould happen, the Cor.feouences thereof might prove f^tal G E Bruflels, May 30. A few Days fir.ee a Placsrt was pub-limed for taking off the Duty oi Foreign Corn: The faid Placart orders all thefe who have a Stock of Corn by them to bring ir to Marker, tint it may b� fold there at the Price �x'd by the Ma filtrates. L E Paris, May 30. It's faid that the M-tiflers cf the King have reprefented to the I'.arl ot Wr.' tcgrave, the Inconveniences which there was ro m to appreiiend fiom the Proclamation publifh'd at ! oti-jcn, for per nwtting the Sutjcfts of Gr�at Britain to eltablifli So cietics in order to make Conquests in America, and '3 keep inch Acquifitions. A CourieT is expecled ilere from Madrid, which it's believed will bring fometlung relating to a Sufpenfion of Arms U'twcen Gre3t-Bri� tain and Spain. G E Letters of the 10th Infhnt from Rome fay] That the College of Cardinals have order'd the Prayers of forty Hour-, and the Fioit to be expo^'d, for obtaining a fpeedy EL&ion of a Pcpe, snd a great Number cf Foreigners are arrived at Rome to fee the Ceremonies oi the new Pope's Elevation. The facred College have publifhed an Order fo; fuppreffmg the Game of Pharoh, which was play'd openly in the principal Houfes of that City. ' . G E Rome, May 1^.. The Conclave now coBfifts.of 5 ?. Cardr.als. fo that he who is elected Pope rhoit have 35 Votes, which is jaft two Thirds and ons more. It happens that (everai of the Cardinals are \ery much indifpofed ; the Cardinal Gorio has beer* blooded, the Cardinal del Gicdfci has a Fev^r, the Cardinals Delci and Cenci have fpit blood, and one of 'em has gone out of the Conclave Co ill that he does not defign to return to it. L fe : Hambourg, June 3. Our Letters from Stockholm of the 27th of iaft Month fay. that the Swedes continue their Warlike Preparations with as much Vigour as ever; the Magat:.-;es are filling with all forts of Provifiom and AVariike Stores; their Gall^sire fitting up with ail pofiible Diligence; and two- Yatchr.3 are getting teady at Stockholm, in order to b$ lent to> Carcifcroon with Money for the Fleet! ( .,� L 5 Hague, June 6, N S The great Animcfitl� that iliil iubfiit, and ieem ready to break oat-into i Ftajne* between the Swedes and RuiEans, oceafion no JSTiall UneafnirL at feveral Courts of Europe. The Kings oi Pola- d and Prumi have endeavoured to pacity hit Cxamn Majeity, ard hinder her fiotn reiimting .the intanded Invafion of Rufiian Finland by the Swedes, while fhe had her Hands full with che i urk. An&fe is not at all to be ooubted. but the King of jGreatfici-^ tain, during his Stay at Havcver, wili, aeewding i$ Prudence (hall direct, employ his beft Offices to tnS fame good end. It is true, the Conduct of the SyvetJi of late, has been fuch, as to deferve no extt2cr�3itiary Ails of Kifldnefs at our Hands; bat what we don*$ do in Love to them, we muff do in Kindrrefs to our-felvcs; it infinitely imports the Trade of Great Britain, and the Prefervation of the Balance of Power in the North, that the Rufiian fhould Hot enlargs his Conquefts on the Bahick ; 00 that Side he is to be confidered at his Ne plus ultra. He is already poffef-fed of Ingria, Livonia, and the one half of Finland* and was he to make h mfelf Maflerof the other Half of that Country (a Thing he can eafily do if not bin1 dered by a Power ftiperior to that Of Sweden) he would be abiolute Sovereign of the Eaft Seas, and con-fequent y of the whole Baltick: Great Britain is therefore in a kind of Dilemma, as Matters ftand at prefent between her and her open and fecret Enemies, the Friendfli p of the Emprefs of Ruffia is of no final! Confequencc; and yet, that Friendfhip is not to be bought a: too dear a Rate, by fuffering her further to aggranoile herlelf with th� Spoils of Sweden, and to reign ible MiilreL of the Trade in the North. In order to manage this Affair, which is fomewhat delicate, our Court has fet the States General, arid the above-mentioned Kings of Poland and Pruffia to negociate an Accommodation ; being very earnetl that thac ihould be done, but rather thto' the Canal of others, than her'own. Gfi LONDON, May 29 and 31. From the Hague, May 31, The Iaft Advices re^ ceiv'd there from Vienna fay, that Mr. Robinfon, Minilter of his Britifh Majeity at that Court, has communicated to the Emperor the Purport of the Com-miffion which Mr. Finch is charg'd to ex?Cute at Pe-tersbourg, and has 3t the fame deoar'd to his Imperial Majefty, that the Court of Great Britain is in fome tort affur'd of the Acceffion of the King of Poland, Eleftor of Saxony, tnc Kings of Prufha ard Denmark, and that his Britannick Majeity ftarter'd hira-felf that the Empe.-or would likewife accede tliereto, fince tfeis would be the only effectual means of re-eila-blifhing a neceflary Equilibrium in the North, and, even in Europe. But his Imperial Majefty, without either approving or dilapproving the propos'd Alliance, has taken time to confider of it. "L E Private Letters from Paris advife, that the foreign Minifters at that Court take great Pains to difcover th* Kcfulj
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