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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - October 7, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. IV. r H "> RICHARD R EILLT. Numb. 393 '1        � From Tuesday Othber the 7th,   to Saturday OBobcr the  1 itli,  1740. t.J..y nrrii-ci thrie Britilh Packet?, which brought i:. j r'ic.'jc.'j and two Holland Mails. T U R K E V. C- lolatitircple, Augull S. ""]' i j;ivtn oat here that a new Ambafiador is an-.-edat B.ib� ion iiom P> r!ia wi'h mut-en I'.i-jriaiit", winch he is to pre lent 10 OC (71 .iijrruor in the Name of J'hamas Kouii Kiu. a a Mark the good H  ration y which l.iat Monarch intends io 'f rterve wth tiie Pore ; but it i~ thought liii^ Report it Ipie.d cr.ly with a \ iew to qua.-: the People, w.o lii.i Item lii.&oied for an Inl-jmct.on, inaimuch as Prov-iions s'c vet very dear in this Capital, neiw-itr;'.!.  Negocwtion.' that is tuib'icklv kr.own of the Cu'iditions of this '1 leatv amour.:* :o this; that tfrj Lmr; cf ReiTia fnal) con.rjcl uo Ai.iincc contrary to that whkh (lie is tii'er'J into with Great Britain ; trat the two Poweis (hail mutuilly aifiit one another in c.ife of Neceffity ; tad that if it mould happen that if .'he Brit;fh Dcmi-nr-n-. ihou'd be attack'd, her Imperial and Czarilh Majv'Itjf fhall immediately fend to defend them a Body of ten or twelve thcufand Men, according as the Danger (hall be more or lefs urgent. G E�! ITALY. I Naples, Sept. 6. N.S. This morning theQueen's Delivery of a Pnr.cefs was net, fi.d to the Pubbclt, by the ringing if the Be 'is of Churches, and filing th4-Cannon of tiie Catl'es. This Noti.e was received with grnerai Satis/ac'lion, and the Lit;.-, and Nt-bility, are preparing to make great R'j.'icmgs on the occa fim On the ?d the M::giilra'es of Hcj th of this Ccy. did by dheftion from Cou-t, luifvno Cornmu n.ctirn with Gibraltar and Poit Muioo, as wxli a^ the admittance to Pratidt in any P.utj vf the Two Sicilies, of iuch \'eileis as lhA\ be vj'i;ed bv any B 1-tilh Man of VVar,  without performing Quarantine L G !.�gliorn, Sept. 16. Ac. oaling to the lail Advici s from Algiers forty ihouland Jurks leventcen hur- t lei's Credit with this Pontiff than he had with his Predeceffor, which appears by lui fo readily obtaining whatever he follicits L E Rome. Sept. 24. M. Cazoni, C'erkof theCiiam ber ami PrJident of the Roadi, havir>g without jail Caufe ordei*d the Strapado to be giv^n to a Carman lor laying fome Horle Dung in a certiin PI ce. the Pore has forbid him the Pu.'ao-, anJ o")ndemn"d him ti pay 60 Crowns to the Carman, b: lidei an arnuai Peuii.^n it cafe the latter is diiablcd from working by t.J.a: Cornel ion. G E G F. R M A N Y A ler.na, Sept 2.-?. 'i he Marquis de Mirepoix -1 tub.'Hador from Kiance, who had prerarrd everv ! 'i-g for hi� Return to Pari;, ha-, rtc-iv'd Orders tt ^ cr hi? Dep-rture until he tereives Perniirion 'rem ''s Court to ctme away. lie has ikewi'e h d In-hiufiions w act ir. Oj-roftt'cn toccuain S.tps whkl 1 O'.'.n to niorrcw. Benin, Sept. 2 j liy had a^utiie PctJdani. Stockhilm, Seot. 2: might poffrljly be taken at this Court. G E Colcgnr, Oct. 1. Tiie Baron de Neahc/F of whom there has been no Ttdk for fotnc time palt, Ira-bten three or fear Months in the Dutchy yf Se'tue ; during iwhiJi nmehe has received iereral Letters from Engiai d, Holland, France and Italy. He has in ceived orie from.the Btron de Trod, hi;. Nephew, who affures him, that he will not fAl of lupporting the Corficans, aBv( %h';rn; at thtir head, until tie his Oders to rli-j ccn rary. The Biron de NcuhcfF lias left that L'urrh.v about eight or ten D>a.}s a^o, with out faying where he was go-rig.     G h Flanovvr, Sept. 30.    lt\e intervk-.v which it was ' faid hi: Maj- fly w. s to have with the King of PrulTu, i has for certain private Reafons been pot off.    Gour.t 1 de Truch'es,, howev-r, Jii� Pruilian MajeTiv'o Mint Her, continuei his Cakrcnces about the A.'uirs with which h� is charg'd. G_fc Hanover, October 9, N. S. On Thurfday Morn-uig lalt, the 6ch Inllant, between feven and eight, the King fee oat fam Lmtzburg, and arrived at the Palace in this C.-cy foon aher ten in perfcS^Hiialtb. The lame Diy, the Hon. Thomas .Viiiiars, Hii; bi^ Majeiiy's Envoy Fstraoidinary to the Kingot-Poland, wao can.c hither two Days before, having obtained Leave for that purpofe, waited on his Majeily, and w s very graciotifly received. His Majclly has fixed the fighieemh luitant for his tiepartaie from hence for Iitlvi-t:{]j}i, the.e to embark for England. L G P R [J S S 1 A. B.-r in, Sent. 27, i\. S. On Saturday his PiUiTnn Majefiy had auotLer .Attack of his Quartan Ague at  IVtzdam. Veitrday he removed from thence to Char.'otttnburi/,  aiid it 15 laid,  propoies to bo-ia I,G On Sunday his Piviliarr Ma-Attack of his Qjartan Ague at G E W E D E N. It's csr-aiij that the ne� General Diet will take a decilive R-cfolution upon the Affairs relating to Ruffia. The Duke of Courland continues zealoufiy to labour for piocurii>g an Accommodation by way of Negociation. .' Lis pretend**!-, that an Oflicer who was lent to Count Munich at VVybcrurg reports, that this General io a Conference dtclar'd to him, that ;he only way to come to an Accommodation- was 10 cali back the Swe.iifli Tioops from linLnd, andafTur'd him that then Rullia wbuid withdraw theirs ; bat it ftjs been refoiv!J upon in the Sena e to let ihem remain there, till the General Dia flaou!d orcer otherwife. The Court receiver, a few Days ag"\ by an Exptefs from Conrlantin. pSe, the exchang'd Ratification of the Treaiy conciu.'ntd with the O.toman Po/te, which Lxpreis relates, that :ne Day this Exchange was m:ide at Conlfanunople there weie great Rejoictugs at the Arienal apon that Account. G E D E N M A R K. Copcnhagrn, Sept. 26.    The Council of Cora-merce has lately pr-fenced a /./imonal to the King for angatenung the Poll rcrjuir'a o; foreign Ships tnat pali^ne Sound, whtch.M'mi-rial h:s Majeily having  exam'ird, thought it migt.t be put in Execution : But the Englifh and Dutch Minilters having made ie-prelentations to tiie Mmifters of the Council to have J'hings remain upon the old Footing: 'tis rot doubted but Ear will be given to iho'e Reprefentations.   G E S P A I N. Cadiz, Sept. 12.   The eight Men of War equipping in this Port will immediately be ready to lad ' lis toid ihcy are to join the French Toulon Squadron, which we hrar has pals'd Malaga, and is expecled every Moment in this Bay.    We hate receiv^ Advice, that the Brell Squidron has been icen on this tide C-ipe de Finiller.      . G � Madrid, Sept. 13. The Perforaconfined here for holding a Correspondence ddngerou.^ to the Scat�\ tad their 1 in [nterrowatcries a few Days fince, and di.-cfar'd that a Plan had been formed for burning the F'ieet in the Harbour 0' Ferrol, and iurprifmg C^Ojz afterwards. Two Frit (Is concernrd in this black Defign have been acheaded ; the r-.lt of the Cuiipirator.4. vviil be rxecute in a few Days. L E Madrid, S-p*. :i. The fourteenth lnllant the Court r.ceived an Lxpreis from Paris, whole Dispatches occ.ifiuned a Grand Council to be called im-mcdiaf�.iy. L E Madrid, Sept. 20    The Courrtde la Matxk, Am i'-.fLd.ir frofn Fi;.�ce, his finilhed his Negociation for coiiC'udn.g a Treaty of Commerc-.- be:wee:: this Court and his moll Chri/thn M?ie!tv. He cnl?*-votirs likewile at the Re/ukti-n of a Tarii:' bexw ,-a rhe two Na'ions; bu: as '.ir.-qui'C- time tc aecomp'iib. i.': ty w:!l h-1! be provii? -n-i'y ". sn Affair which 4e-jjit that tiie Trea-GE Oft �^e icrh fnjlant. a F-re harpen.'d in the right W'rg of tRe L'nFe of -)- \.i.-'f n''o. uherein v,e.e iheOhne- o; tk? 'Cc-.'t. mi the Apartments of the tirsi-o C'rr;:ers 1 f tiie L r wn, wf.'ch, no!w|t;',:.:'~d-ing tl�e M-ar.j uled to rop tt, b'itnt wi-'h ^re.t \ iu-knoe for lour H-tars > aid fcs t;rr i: cot.li be e.tt;'-eui:5ied, i\j4 only th- BusMir^ nt* ;\:r- V\ jsr t'!>e'y reduced to Afhr-, hut the i-_r:.::ur-- ?.�. Port       to tne t'aa-ron jioceeocu to L e of War which were h-re til! they re- ceive Orders.    A employed in pi::;.: ol Defence, g'eat NuiTihi; >.f Wcrlcrnen are �z t'c 2t t.-ii.-*- ic -� p.'.-.-.J Cond'tir-'i   

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