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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - August 19, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vot. IV. RICHARD REILLT. Nu.MS. 379 From Tuesday Augujl the 19th, co Saturday Auguft the 23d, 1740 Since cur taft arrived two Britift Pacquets, which brooghf cne French and one Holland Maila, viz. GERMANY Har.over, Auguft zt.  N VYednefchy Everting the 17th In-ffanr, his Afajeffy came from tteren-batrfen to fee a Comedy, wfmh wis pei formed ifi the Playhoufe at the Caflle hire, at which were a!fo pre-tfmt their Hrghnefles tire Prince and Princc/sof HefFe, arrd bis Sifter the Priftcefs Mary, with a.great many of the Nobility and Gertrry. A bent Nine, the Play being over, his Msjeft'y and their Bighnefies rettfffl'd to Hrren-haufcn. And on Thurftby Night there ir,� a BjII in Fferen haufen Gardens ; the Theatre in the Garden \v;s il hmiHSted in an extraordinary mav.ntrofi thisOcrafron, the Ball was open'd about Eight of the Clock, and Rafted fifi Four in the Morning. A great Number of the thief of the Nobi'iry and Gentry born in Court and Town apprar'd rhere, who were en'ertain'd in a very efegaot manner with all Ions ot" Refrefhments I.G FrancJcfort, July 14.   We are diligently confirm ing our Levies tfirougboi:t the Landgraviatc of H-.fre-Cafiel, in order to hnve the Body of Forces that i3 to enter on the Britifh Pay in a readifitU againft. the ap pointed time. M ? Vienna, Aug 6. How fenfible the Emperor it-concerning the Ottoman EmbafT-: dor's Conduct is fcarce expreffibie; it is even laid that a Cuorier wili be fenr raComtanrirropie to ccmplain of it; mr,n trhile the Court is of Opinion, that this haughty Mi /Iter, feemr^her Reiolntion to luffer no Akcration in the eiiablifh'd. Ceremony, wiii propoie to ha> e brother Day appointee forftis pubfick Entry, pre'ending hirtfeff to be cnr'rj of bi ffiam Choiick, which mzy ittdetd prevent all fature Difpotes. M S L OWERSAXONY. Hamburgh, Ang. 12. Advices from Hanover import, that ftnee tae ImpcL! Aiinbtcr Count d' O-fiein's Audience, the Conference on Sta'e AnYm are more frequent than ever. When he wis fin' infro dneed, he had ha'f an Hour's Difcourfe with hrs Ma jelly on the prefent Aftiirs of Europe. MS 'Tis faid 6000 Men qtnrter'J in that Diftricr, .ire foon to have Orders to b. in rea-iinel's for marching into the King of Pruiiii's Service, wherever hisMa-jefty (haJljodge it necefTary. MS 1 T A L V. LeRhtnr, Ang. 8. By the King cf Naplei's ex Inordinary Courier we juit receive Advice from Mcf fina of the i8;h nkimc, that a Catalan Privateer a Tartan of about 200 Tons, 1 3 Guns, pretty large, from tour to fix and eight Pounders, and tome Swivel-, 135 Men, had been there 4*? ffours, in which time fhe had careen'd, and that 'twas bc'icv'd /he would cruize in the Malta Chart e!, where an Englifh Ship had had a fmart Engagement with another as flout a Catalan Prirzteer, and wz3 forced afhore off of Maf fara; the Ship and Captain's Name unknown, but iV reported to have come from Gaflipoly kdeti frith Oils, and had 35 Men. The fame Letters add, that on the eleventh ult. a Ta'ftn went thro' the Ware from Northward to Southward, conducing an Er?g-Kflt built Ship in Tow; the Colours could not be dif tingmfh'd, and the Tarr.cn fliew'd none. The Ship taken is the fame 'hit was fere'J ,->fhore, nnd may be fhe John, Capt. Biomraarc, from Galiij^cly bound to BriitoF. G E Letters from S-.yonnc cf the 13^ o( Aug. N. S. fay, rhart Terr Sp.inim M n ,T U-.ir uitii ^occSr.l dicrs on board, were :ai M ia:n Fc.-;o!, bo: v. h.:l cr was uffknown ; and th:it two more .Vjcb of Wjr r.c:t fail'd from thence for St. A ncero. C E The fame Letters lhenriwr, tnat a Priviteer w.is toft going out of St. Scb2ltun'5, and c::'y two ?.kn fer'd- G t S P A r N GJbrartar, Jnly ;r. Ten T.t vs fine? 2 or ~cec  hip� bv cur rti'/aM's, cV''s 1a a Ma�r,er make amends for the LcU and i);ira.iion of our Ft/ftrafles in fb* VV*ft Jr:di� 5 by wi.irh, however, he Fiigliih, as they ctrir.or, cr dare .: �x themiWve-; in our Colonies, wi'rl reav ao cor.iidei^k Advantage. MS Madrid, Au^. 2. Six Men of War h�v� been ftnt hem Ferro), two of whicri ft^sife Or8er'd for CaG-z, that it was fiot know* what Cowrfe the others had taken, and that the faid Squadron at prciedt-oonfi'.is ef no more lhad 16 ilhips of the Line,   Jt�sad �n, in the Diltrict o" Caran^-ibes in tr.c3snr.ac o^Tttiieiwjr, ar>- o: the ReiiJion c* '.iie G;e..kvuurch, and have two Scni and two Dit^hters iiving ; the yoangeit of the f.-.o Sons wi,o U 116 Years old, has :�9 Great Grr.nci' \ car* Gd. 'I h a Peaiattt of the Yt''*�,' of Kcratch, aifo in the Ban-nat ifi Temjtw^.r. who died cn the 25th of January, 1724, 3?ed 18^ Yeirs. G fi H O L L A N D. Hs�pe, .-Vug. 20.   I d'.>dui not but you have heard cf tne iatt .Vlifur derilir.dire bciwixt the Emperor and  vigornafly ivithdr.iw out of the Jflar/d. " O B ; pafFd, that co? of tfce fear Provinces cf Zealand, Lencr? frtirt StpzktttHm Stf, that theMitrt^is, H^: Vtfecht; Qvetytitl, and Gmnirgen, which kept St. Sererirt, oar Artibsfedorth^re. bar herd * C-eft-! tiris MAter ttndeiermirfed, the two former have jofc ference on the Subject of feme- Drfpatches v>htch th� ; deciar'd for the AKgrnemafion of the Forces with latter recei v'd CrrrttiPete rsfettrgh> anc; which �?9 thoaght relate to an AccemwDdttidn.     --iPB Paris. Aug. rg. Couriers arrive thrice a Week from Madrid at Compeigne, tohaften, as 'tis faid, the Succour? that has been promis'd to Spain. There is a Report that his Majelly intends to increafe the Number of hi� Connfc'Ior-: of State.   A Church Robber is :i200o Men, rnd for the equipping of fix Men of War extraordifrary, without annexing any clogging Conditrdrw to'thrs thtir Confenc. '1 he Province of Overyfli} will, n'sfrotqueflioA'd, follow their Example, having ahv.Tj'S voted for the Augmentation i fb that this Affair nt !af! is lock'd upon as brought to a Ccneiulien.   Tis not, boweveT, from thence to be ir� a few Days to- be burnt t�!rre in an Iron C'ige, toge- j concloded, that the States Gerreral apprehend that trier with a Dog to whom he had given the Hoi! to \ the War will become general, it havmg Jong been cat. M S j the Opinion of the abieft Heads of the Rejrablick, Otr India Companv h^ rami>nds    To make Iris Subjects { of them open the Frontiers i-f jfie Low Countnes. reip fome Advantng-? by 'his Booty, th" Vfclor has exempted them from all Faxes fir the Space of three Years M S Fan's Aug. 20.   Cardinal dc Fleory begrrr?again to be frequently indii'pos'd, and (here is afrefh great ilrWing .tmong th have tr.e Di'reft nod more openly efpoufe the Cair?* of fprn : But lince the Cirdinal himef h�s ao'r:srd the Rernbfic.'c to make an Augment en,  nrgfh^ ttl- Es-muie of France nerfeif, there feern; tote cut iitrie Grounds t to apprehend th.it this Crown will tike Umbruee Parties at Court ffronld 1 at it! *       " DA The States Gcncr.il dTr'uvnrrtr {he Dsrhrr.'.ian of Neutrality v/h.cn their Emhiiiador at Madrid did, it's faid, make to the Marcuts tie ViL'arias, very much efRbarnffeth the Court of Spr.in. Ths Refb'ation fince taken bv their High Mightiness upon thst Suh-jccl, a? well ss rftst for m-k:ng the Av-mfnt-stron of ;on of Affairs in Ceije At?Eminence fho-jld die.   The King's Intentions in thfs rcfpscl are no cthcrwile penc.rated, than in his fhewing a fupe rior P."cg�.rd forM. de Ma&repas. G E All the Court at Compeigne has view'd with Ad-miration two Pictures latefy-ferrt from Hungary ; the one of jchn RGVfn, wflofs 172 Years eld, and hh their Forces, ir.r.ke :: p'.a;r.:y cvidti.t that they   

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