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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - June 17, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vor- IV RIGHARD REILLT. Dublin N M o W 25 E5   S JO Numb. 3d ter. From Tuesday June the 17th, to Saturday June the 2til, 1740. 5.;- -e cjt In:: arrived Two B itiin Pacquets,  which tr.-j ..1 one Fretuh and one iloitai.d Maiis. B'.llora ia Feu'a, March 5. "7*" OL'LI II AN was enctrjnp'd with his Aimy along the River It.aus i.i November 1739, having hid a great Overthrow, in which he had loit great Pi: of me. spoils. a::d ...s Army *� ledui'd to ihr ut.i.o:i Aiiltry, li.fjinucii that he will be obliged to Winter and end nu Triumph there, as \'cx-as.'er the Gtcit did ; that the Cnam cf CwidaLar k}i/-g i.o.u 01 t...s Cppot:u."t:y had u-il^rid h;inf11 / �r,ain:t t..s: P.-.nce, and the Ogohot.n-, a Nation in-Usl,,-: .z the Mountain.', had ab� t ken up Arm-.- a-gamii him, who letmg he had already met wi.h tht laic ot moil L'.arr:ers, hid lent Orders to hij S0.1 to get hunfeif proclaimed Vphi, but tnat it uai b-:iev\j a-! Lis Attempts would be fru'y.la's, and he h* ob.'ig'o to iurrcrder the Throne to ore of :he Rcyil F. tnilr, without wliieli (he Ogohc-'ns m-he an Imoac in-o Perna ; the further Particulars ci whicii are dm!) expe&ed. \1 i> Brett, June 9. rhe Squadron equi t at t!.k Per; cor.fji's of 19 Sail /10m 32 to 74 G�m., mounted i" a)) in 4. M e Vcriaidcs, Jarre 9. The 4^h InHa.it in tht: Ev;n ing the Ear! of Waldegjave, EmSalLeor :'.->. m trir King cf Great Britain, j*c<- iv'd an Exprcfs at P rr from Iks Onirt. His Dilpatches rspp-.-ii'd if ;uch Importance to his Excellency, that he cam- hither next Morning in order to confer with the Cardinal d-Fkury j gnd iince that Day his Emiaency tiJ the Embafiador arc every Morning t�'gahcr; whenca wc infer, teat an Accommodation between the Courts rf Spain and GrfaiBnuin is in great Furwa.-dncfs. G F. Paris, June 13.   The' the Squiuron at Br.il u ready to fail, it is certain nothing hr.s as ytt been re . folved as to it� Departure.   The Marquis de Aixin, .that is to command it, and evan feveral of the dp tains being ftiil here. M b VTe have not as yet any Advices of Moment from Madrid, however, as the Months during which ihe He-t is fo exceffive in Sp.;in thar nothing can be undertaken, are fo near ar hLnd, as is mppafed little or Mining wi'l be attempted. M S Hanover, June 14. .* Tis faid that if the Kini, has an Interview with the Dowager Queen of PiuGi... it is to be at the Cade of G erda. His Maj !iv duly keeps open Table at Hernhaufen, and sfter Dir.rie: alteiatt.ly there is a Drawing Room, or a French Play .icU-d in the g-eat Gul'ery. M .S Cruliils June 2, O S. Ti-e D fT. rences betwten tlie L'luntry ; nd t.-e Ri;1icpr:ck of I.irge are iii.i 11. in? ianie itatc, 1 o M: ::.oJ hav n^ icl-ii lour.J uiit iv put an End to ri.jm. In ih; m-ar. vnw :uc Peo: 'e of U-g-: are   Dyke i.f H.ilTe , sod on that wi kn Je its I rem L.':te to M.ir.b: ^ur ; they hive very nvar 6oco \!cn LniployeJ tr.tici,-. ft ,s tntrn if t; ey fi-.ifh thiJe W'orits, the Com-Vte'C? 0/ A\c Auf'.rian Nctheil.inds, wi-i receive great P';j there!'.}' ; atw pc-rh-fp.-, the Li-gers w�i. chen b-j . e f {j all n>anr.e. uf Acc-.-;iiniv�.!ii 0:1 S J E "criin, J n. 1 {. Sevcr-ii C'  J?efi.!trcc; 'tis haia is will not attcvd iuc Ki> ^% Fqr.er.] So''rmnity. M b Berlin, June 14, N S. O-.SuiJ-y \ d aft-r having affi'.t� J at Di. Vine Service, he rtc.-iv'J the Compitnunt'. or a it the Foreign       tiers, upc-n Li; 5ecce!�.:n to the Crown. They wt-r-j sficrwards mignfcetu'y rnert.ui.'ij di Dinner, a T.ble ci ;o U "trs having !�en expsefdy *prep icd !o: tnr.t rurpoc, i(\.hch \J. Padeuih w-5 i*n'd to 60 ils.ni.uvs. The fame Day M. Kje*�uu'tn had hi> fu.l Audience of hi, PnlGan Ma jtily. Ycil.lday tiie Fcu\i2>> Mintiler- were admitted to piy their R:fp"'-:s ro t::'r�^..iecn, ard tLii Morning* they did the fame n Pir.xc, 1 lijm, Prir.ce �Hcory, and P ir.ee i eriinanJ, his Pruffi-.n MajJiy's Brothers. The Queen .Mother v.il! not receive ary Ct srtp iaient? ti'i ihc Funeral be over. L G Lieo,-, Jane 14. \'.'e heir from the Frontiers ot Cetfii�i.y, that ail iLe Frtuth Officers are /rem titne to time repairing tc their refreifiivc flc'ciimt'r.ts in Ah f.tia ard e.f. where; anc' thut tjic M.'.g.zincs of tht principal Frontier Towns of tii.it Province, Lorram, aid along the Rive/:, the Suar, ai.d the Male, were fitting up. M S Lrgbrrn, May 2?. Ger;-ral U'.ichtendork ha� received Ori.trs from Vi-r.na in rnj'u three B.ittalirxs and 'o.Tic Com pan id of fjien... itri le a Keacir.eis tc.r I maichii g. bi.t to wliat Intent is r o; known ; 'tis ia:a tiiey are to be tranfp. r'.ed to Corfira, with .'erne oteer Re; imer.ts tiiat are ro jom them fiom the i\ii'aiuZe, i:i oro r to iiflitl the French "J r ops in prelerving the P^ace in that Ifland, but this is aitcgether improba-b e, and is thought to be only a Pret-xt to cifguife the real Intent. MS Nafk% May 31. This Afternoon Capt Lyncn snd Aeljutar.t Major Mack tain were beheaded on a Scaftoiu for the Murctr of Col. Oceo (Infh) in the L meikk Regiment vi hich came from Spain, the Oili eis of vihiUi Regiment a � ail Irilh or Scotih. I htfc two imfwitunate Gentlemen had been perpetually ahu-'d by tlitir Colore), who decter'd f em c;ii-quahlv'd for their t laces, and likewife by hisenc'ei-vouring to b-in.' in hi:- Brother to be Maj^r of the. Regiment, under whom they cou'd not ferve, he hav-.r.g Lecn ciec'ai'd in'amcus in Spam ; 3rd tl:c Colonel havirg rrfu/d te give tii<.m Satish.dVrr-n, they were j'lf.dcJ with Pi-Uiun, and as he v.at cemirg h'-me at N-.g'.st they drew on him, and he callirg to the Guard arid re/ufii.g to hght, Capt. Lynch fhot him thro' the j Ilea*!. 1 he ir Action was rot ;o he c. untenanc'ii, tut the Injuries they Ihffercd are tsi, long to he u;in tioned. They ciicd with Cos-age and Reioiution. \*o!t of the OfHcirs are nn-er Co- Enerr.er.t, anc 'ti; r.-jt knov.n what may be their Fu'e G E I'eter;b::rg, .\'ay 24. A few Dcys 2?o the Court recched en Exprefs from IV�.  flit be indemnihed for tta: Cor.c-.h'on ty loaic real A-Jvartarge.    L E It ii pn tended that the Cad % and Ferrol 5:;uadroG! are dcliii.'d for an E.xped:tii-n in Europe: It isesen r-.pcrted that a new Emb.ngo is to he kid in the Ports  if G.d rla. in order to ;af c up Skipping forcmlntrk-:ig 23.coo Mm. It is pukickly faid that a Defgn | n termed upon iic:.tl.r.d rr Ireland, uafels krcc.'o-tu- f nste Overtures or Peace avert th^BUnv. LE Letters from Barcelona of tie 29th of N/iv, make ! no mention of Admiiai i!i.Uoi-k's havi, �j caic An-ch< r b.-fi re that Port, and a ed upon the Town, (o thtt the Report is iuppofed to be Llf-r. G E \ anna, June 3. A lert ot Scuu v ins been very 1 rife and fa al at Be'grade ; but a SprciSck is hiund jo-.t to-it, which has entirely ilop'd its Pro^-ei'�. Tiie Regunertof young Daun is not matching to the Ne� tncihnds, .be't to F'nbu'g. heveraJ Rccruiis have :-een fer.t within thefc tew D�ys for toe Troops in Hungary. G � Some Letter; f om the Frontiers of Tur.ky fay, that AH B.icha at his Return to Cor.ilantinopV whs on the Way mtlLcred by Order of the Grand Sig-nior, but that in nhs Defence he ki.led twelve Sol j Jier.-.   Tin'* Oiticer commanded a icpsrat; Bedv ot j l'uiks who eppoied the Ruil-ns in C iciczim.  ,S [ E \'en.':e, Ju. e 3. Some L-tttrt fp m Conllanti n-ip!e affi-re, tnat in the Treaty ot Commerce con eluded t ctwecn the Kir.g of the T*� Sici.ies and the Pone, there ;s an Article by whick the contnehng Parri.-s ir.vite the Princes of Italy, the Gnu 4 Mdfter crt Miit.i, and even the Pope himfeif, to accede to tnis Treity^ and live in pe >{ Europe do. L E Gibraltar, May 19. Sir Cha'oner Ogle with four Men of War is reru:ned from Marion, and wa> c niy ten Hours fhort ot meeting Clavijo and hrs five Ships from Carth.-gena in hi3 Way. Th�f put out in Older to intercept C?pt. Oliphant in a fiity Gon Ship, aJ.'ofrom Portraihun, that was con�oy to f.f.y Mer-c. ant-fli os from thit IiTr.d ; but meeting a Gale of \Vmd the Spanifh Flag carried away a Malt, which fore ad h:m to put into hisftreng ho�l.   Capt. Whit- rh'jfch of the C'�nfiantire, with a LeOcr c f Martina fr.nn E i!ir.i, brougtit in here a Spamih Tart, n, '.acted w;tn Oil for the Cinqrie�, winch ne met wi h c.F the Port ot Cad'Z. The Tartan eii.'r'i.d htm, fuppo-firg him a Veffel of no Force; hut v. hen they law hi> fiands mutter upen Deck :h~ attempted to make oil": C.ipt. Whitchurch than made after her aid roc:; her, The Cargo is fuppofed to he worth C co Dollars, and was loaded at Cadiz. La ft Week the Sp.i-mfh Cruizers tot;k in the Gut, and in S'ght of the 'I'own and Sir Ckaloner, an Eng-ift Sieop leen.'d to te i'.aied ard New Englard buik, and c;.r:icd her infi A;�: tteira, or old Gihmhr.r. in the Hay : We cani.' yet learn who fhe is, or the Leading. There is now four CruirSjrs, Xebeques and Uarco-oi ga's, crurz-int; confrantly in tire Gut, ar d by keeping two an the B.nbary and two on the Spaniih Shores ieem to have olock'd up the Streights, and every Vcflel witheut Convoy is now in imminent Danger. Tu a hard Cale we have none of the twenty Gun Ships on this Station, who it they were here would eft clua ly ciear the Streights from thole Harpies. We have but one twenty Oufi Snip and a dcop to convoy the Prr.Tifi-ons from B.Kb.iry, and contequent.'y cannot be t-m-pb.'d for ihe Service of the Gut, now become the mcrlr client al. ' i is fhecking to fee rur Ships taT'rn be'ere us, th� SLop r.ocve mentioned is not the only Iuftance; tivo> or three YelTeL have ."een taken before us, ard thnfe Privateers biirg teo a!! nrarral Ships. We futpole a French Dogger that waa exam ned yeiier. ay, and w. nt to Old Gib.-airar, wa> oj.gn'd kr mis P'.aca. We have been under tome Apprenecfio.ns of a Siege, but we hnd the Mortars anc Carmen that Irjy ready-tor ffiipping at Cadiz is embark'd for Ferrok . Juft row Capt. Peyton in the Greyuonnd iMan of Waroi" twenty Gcn�, hath brought in a Privateer, launch'J aooin twenty Days fince at Cadiz, exceedingly-t^eH atm'd, with eighty Men, but only fevenry one oh board, becaufe yefterday flje fc�t nme Men fvith � Ship under Dutch Colours, which ffiemet wtfe in thai Gut; and as that V�lTel was loaded with Tin from England, they will endeavour to make a Prig; cf ber: Tiie Privateer made no Refinance. Now.with thai AGriance of this, it is to be hoped, awi the Diligence of the Men of War,we thaii be able to feenr tffeGut from thele Rover.=, &c. G B Jamaica, March 24. Mr. Trefowpy oor Governor hrvirg called together the Council and Afltmbljf cf this Ifl.nd, they tr.ee cn he i.8th kilam, when his Excellency opened t2.e Seffion by a Spetch, to ths fellowing Lffccl. � " 1 hat the Rebellious Negroes in the Wir.dwcird Paits cf the Ifland (iome few bculkers excepted) a-e ' rou^bt to Submliken, as v. ere thofe ir. tae Leeward P.irts before: Fhe Term* of which he cemmunrcated ;o thein. in order to their preparing a Law for their Ccr.firniation. 1 hat their annual Bil s r.eing near r.'rririnj, he needed not to fay more to induce them to revive th;m, than that they knew the Pablick Servhe c :uiu not be carried on without them; and alt that he would rc-ommerd to them on that Fldd, was, that their Eilis rmghi be li,fncie.Rt for the Ends proptfed. end trial they \vou d h:vc all pTTnle Re-eard to the Equality cf their 'Faxes, as the befl means to ninke them light and eahy -o the People. That re was iik. wi e obliLcd to recommend to rkem, rnd did with the g eatett Er.rretinch recommend u> them, t� provide for the repairing, compleating. and.diii&ing inch Fuitifications as (hou.'d be judged necrfjjry for the general Safety and Defence of the iflana, every ore's particular fafety ben g comprized in that of thai Pub ick; and he couid n  a matter truly worthy cf their mi ft ferrous Con-fide-an'on nt this rarttcuiar Junclnre, that the Ifland b-n g put .11.to a proper pcfture of Defence, rsav h>v� nothi; g to tear from any fu den Attempts of Our E-t.emies '1 hit it being neceiT;ry that all fliould b� obliged to perform their Duty to .heir Co-. n.:y as I imes or Occaiicns rruy requir., the well ordering and rfgulating their Mili.ia was certainly eflential to the fafety ot the Ifland, and ougnt to be the chief strength they fhould ^t all I imes rely upon f >r that Prefervation of their Lives and Fortunes; thrt therefore he recommended to them to revife carefu ly their? Militia Ail, ihatwnatever might be found amifj or wartmg, or not faited to the preien; Circumtt ncesof the Ifland mtght be zmented or provioed for by a new I aw. L G I he Cc-uncil and Affemb'y of the Ifland in the AaMrefs to his Ex��llency affui'd hira  that wert   

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