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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - June 10, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Voi. IV. RICHARD REILLT. St       T U ublin News - Numb. j5g jitter. From Tuesday June the ioth, to Saturday June the 14th, 1740. Since our laft arrived two Britifh Pacqoets,  which brought oiu- Frencn and one Holland Mails. Naples, May 17, N. S. N the i2thlnftant M. Linch and M. Maclain, the Captains of the Limerich. Regiment of irifh, who murder 'd M. Odea their Colonel, were taken out of the Convent of Monte Clavario, the .,--iFlace of their Refuge, and conducted to the Cattle deil'Ovo, w "here they are clofeiy confined, in order to lective their S^iuence. LG Madrid, May 23. The Count de la Marck having a few Days fince received a Courier from Paris, had an Audience cf their Majelties, in relation to the Difpatch?i thereof, which fome People pretend relate to a Piace b'etwren Spain and Great Britain. L E Madrid, May 24. Couriers arrive heie almoft every Pay from different Parts, particularly from France: The Couit likewile frequently oifpatches Exprcfles, which niakei us judge that fome important Affair is .^p the '1 aps; hut the whole is kept very kcret. Neverthrieh fom~ People pretend that the Diipaiches ofahe hill Courier from Verfailles related to Peace i an&a |fe*�i:lation is talk'd of, by which certain Ad-v.aawgJp may be granted to the Englifh for their Trade |pu; Navigation in the Well Indies, upon condition thai tb;y fhaii abflain from an illicit Trade wish, cuj- American Dominions. L E An A'dviee "oat from the Weft-Indies has brought . Letttj5 from.me Governor of St. Augufline, which Jav'j'thrt: the F'.nglifh under the Command of General "^Icthorpe was advanced in that Neighbourhood ; thn, ikey, had made themftlves Mailers of a little Wqocten Fort;  that tb�y had blocked up another ; end?that they Teem'd determm'd to b'.fiege St. Au-guftine,. in order, if they fucceed, to penetrate more cafily into Florida^ where it is aflured they have Cor-refpondenfie- ' ItVrepjjrted that there was much Sick-ittUm^ifmiral Haddock's Squadron, and that he W.bii$immediately: go into the Port of Mahon. S J E Rome, May 2U Since the releafing of the Engirfh Ship Which Was carried into Civita Vecchia by a Spa-xujhri'riv'ateer, the Sacred.College has fent an Order to alhthe Ports of the Ecclefiaftick State, the Subftance of which is as follows,  '^sir behoves the Government to caufe the Subjects of this State to obferve the ftricleft Neutrality in. the pjtefent War between the Spaniards and the Englifh, they areexprefly forbid'to nuke any Armament, either publick or private, on Account of this War. And the Governors and Cap tiins: of the Sea-Ports are enjoin'd not to furrier any Spanim or Englifh Ships to bring in Prizca made ou e^.ch other; but if any fuch thing happens, the Ship which made the Capture (hall be du'tain'd until! the . other has had time to retire to a Place of Safety. G E There is yet 00 Profptct of a fpeedy Concluiion of the Conclave for *he Ejection of a new Pope.   The Albant and Corfini Factions fiill endeavour to carry their 'different Defigns: the German Cardinals ire , now on.theSide of. the former : But the French" and Spanifli Cardinals appear to be neutral; designing 'tis fuppofedto tefcrve their calling Voll-s in Favour of a Peribh Acceptable to their Couas. L G Florence, May. zgy   They write from Leghorn, that on the 26th lnitant came into that Port his Bri-' tannick M.zjdly's Ship, the Kcnoington, Capt. Ro ibinfon, Commander, laft from N�p,es. LG Hainbstfrg, June 10. According to our la!l Let ters'fronrStockholm, an Exprefs is arriv'd there from ConftahtiodpJe wtfrthe Ratification of the Defeniive Alliance litejy concluded. between Sweden and the  Porte: It is laid that this Ratification was fign'd by Done but,-the Grand Vizir; it contains a reciprocal-Guaranty of tkch others Dominions. The Swedes hstge fent fj-Veral more Ships to Finland, laden with all'forts of Provifions and warlike Stores. D P ' 'Darttzkk, June 2. Some Letters from the North iullnuate that new Difcovcries have been made in-RuJSa, on Account of which the Court has order'd Uver.ii Perfbns to be taken .into Cuitody. D P Petenburg, June 22. It is" aflbr'd that feveral Regitnc-nts of' tegular Troops ate order'J to march hithtr from tbr Ukraine, and-a firong Camp is to be .form'J on the "Frontiers of Finland. DP Abo in Finland, May zp.   The Swedifh Troop; according to the 'Mutter Rolls amount to 35.600 t,Un........... D P Cadiz, May 17.   The-Merchants of this City ha've tefoiv'd to borrow a Sum of Money, in otder to faci- litae the Loan of a Million of Piafters which they have engag'd to furnifh the King with : WeareafTu red his Mujelly will reimburfe this Sum by abating the Indulto on the Effects of the AiTogue Ships. We hear that an Advice Ship from the Havanna, which arriv'd the firft Infiant at one of the Ports of Gaiicia, met, at 70 Leagues from,the Canary Jflands, the two Ships which lately fail'd from hence for Vera Cruz with the Vice-Roy of Mexico. The Count deOa vijo's Squadron, which fail'd from Carthagsna a Fortnight ago, has met with fo violent a Storm that it has been oblig'd to return to that Port in order to repair the Damage it receiv'd. L E Stockholm, May 31. The Armaments making by the Ruffian Court at Cronftadt having occafion'd a Report that a Squadron had already put to Sea from that Port, in. order to cruize upon the Coalb of this Kingdom, the Countde St. Severen, Embaffador from France, went a few Days fince to M. de Beituchcft's, the Ruffian Micilkr,-and ask'd him whether this Report was we'll grounded. To this M. Beifueheffan fwer'd, ' A great many idle Stories are fptead about in regard to the Steps taking by my Court; but 1 can affureyou, Sir, that- ifth'eEmpreis, my Sovereign^ has given Orders for equipping her Men of War at Crcnltadt, fhe has only "copy'd after the Swedes, who were doing the fame at Car.elfcroon. As to the reft J am perfuaded that no Ships have pat to Sea, except it be a few Frigates that are to tranlpart Troops and warlike Stores to Wybourg.' In fa�, the Falfity of that Report was rnanifcit two Days aiter. M- Beflu-cheff frequents the Swedifh and foreign Miniflers as ufual, but is very referv'd in regard to the DitTerenas between the two Crowns. G E A few Days ago a Preacher, overcome by indif-creet Zeal, expatiated in his Pulpit on the Affairs of the prefent Conjuncture, not forgetting to Jet fly fome bitter Invectives againfl the French Ambaflador at this Court. The Matter being rtpofiedtothe Count de St. Severen this Excellency; laiigad at -it, and cx-prefs'd fome Companion for the-jgoorant Preacher: But the Court has reprimanded kiurfor Boldnefc, and threaten'd him with ievere Penalties if he prefbmes for the future, to ipfiract his Flock in'State Affairs. : ^    G E'1 Dantzick, June 2.  Letters jrom PetErsbcurg fey, that Mr. Finch was arrived there, aftcphawrjgrec�iv'd great Honours in his Pafliige thro' Livonia and Ea1o-,j nia.   It's not doubted but the ArrivaJ offthuVMiniiter will give Life to the Negociatiops in RuiEa. -   -G E Berlin, June 7. On the 2d initant the Baroa de Borck, and the other Minifters of State, wenfciWtChar-lottenbourg, where tlie King held a Council, in which his Majeily order'd, that in Confideraucn of the.grcat Scarcity of Corn, all his'Magazine} and Granaries;' thouid be open'd for the Suppon of the People } that the Commerce^between his Dominions an4 odiCr Countries fhoulu be entirely free ; and. thai/for the future all forcible Enliftments, particularly in.=the Territories of foreign Princerj; fhcuid be 1oi bidden under fevere Penalties. His Majeily on >tfje jth c-Tme from Charlottenbonrg tothi> City ; i^i aSikd in the Morning at Drvine Service iu the Reformed Church, and in the Afternoon at the Lutheran. -The People, during the whole Day, fhew'd by thi ir Acclamations how 51 early the Preience of the K>ng iiiipir\i them with Joy. His Majdty, to teftify how lenfibie-he was of their Afteftion, caui'd a confideratle ?um of Money to be difpers'd amongft thoie whofol-low'd his Coach, who made the Air eccho with their Benedictions. The fame Day it was declar'd in ail the Chuiches the late King died on the 31ft of May, with the moil perfect Resignation to the Will of the Almighty, after having given his Bleffing to all the Royal Family, and particularly to the Prince his SuccefTor, to whom he talk'd in the moll affecting manner. It was further notifiedy that the King, full of his Duty towards God in thefe hi&lail Momefits, addrefs'd him-felf in the following manner to thePerfons that were, prefent; Invoke tlx Lord that be-may receive my Soul, and then expir'd. The Baron Charles Lewis de Pollnitz, Chamberlain of the Court," whom the late King honour'd with his. Favour, is no Je(s.a Favourite with hisprefent Majcfty, who has given it him in Charge to fettle.^veiy thing relating to the Funeral Pomp of the deceafed King, and to order the Moorning that is to be obierv'd upon that Occafion, for which purpofe every-*hjng is to be got ready by- the" 4th of June. The Nobility, the-.Minifters of State, *nd the General Officers are to wear Weepeis on their'Sleeves for the Court Mourn ing, and the Ladic otrier Courts s are to conform to the Practice tf upon tucr> Occafion.-. The Velt Mar-fhal Prince ct Arhaft Defiau having waited upon the new King, anJ .u'iih'd him a long and happy Reign, fet out immediately for 'Magdeburg, of vvhich he is Governor. Tlii h'x King having exprefly forbid the being embalmed after his Death, the Corpfe was privately carried on Saturday laft to a Vaolt which be had caufed to be made curing his Life, in one of rfie Churches at Pocfdam. The Funeral Will be performed as foon as every thing can be got ready for that Ceremony, which 'tis faid will be very magnificent. Genoa, May 4.. According to our laft Advices from Baft Jul, the Marquis de Maillebois, General of the French Troops in Corfica, has fent a Detachment of Grenadiers and Miquilets to deftroy in theDfflrift of Ifolacci, ail the Habitations of a Troop of Rebels who ffill i iIe E "The following i te.Lett!r, wrote from a foreign Minirlerat the Court of Turin to another at the Hague. The King of Sardinia perceiving the Credit of the Courts of France and Spain daily to encreafe in Italy, has rxen induced to make Court to them But before he could-determine tado fb, he fecretly uiedall his Efforts to traverfe tiieir Views, in relation ta the iiland of Corfica. He not only infmuated ta the Court of Gteat Britain, that ii might eafily^get Poffef-fion thereof; but he: kkewife oifsr'd to ralinquiih to the Republick of Genoa his Pretenfions to certain Fiefs in its Dominions, provided it would engage sot to yield that Iiland to Spin. He has. has alfo endea-Lvouced to convince the Gcnoefe, that in fuch Cafe they might depend upon the Protection of the Emperor, efpccially if .they would make it a FJief of ibe Empire. Tho- the Republick was Tufficiently dif-pos'd to. give Ear to luiinuapons of th^s Nature^ it however excus'd itfel/ from b�ing govein'd by th� Derates thereof, for frar of drawing upon litfeit-lhe ReiemmeDt of the Courts'of France and Spain, and durit not, how much k-evcr it wjS inclin'd, givCjthe leatl Auention to any Propofdl that would thwart Jthe pefign of tho'e Power*. . Tlw Kjng of Sardinia there-fore perceiv'd (hat his EfL^U ia this refpect were to to   

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