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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - October 11, 1840, Dublin, Dublin VOL' RICHARD R EILL T. jS umb. 394 in Saturday QBabtr ;he i uh, to Tuesday 05l'a>cr the 14th, '.J i:.,v"' ct-� *i ; ill !'� r, A I: lUi O. '-.l"gh ik-t, nnd on San i.c French and one V G 1. A N D. an. me I'. DAY the King ?.nd Q^een end arrived here irem IDieiden ffecl Ibahh. i he Pri.-.ccfles iWa.-v Anne ;.rd Jofephir.a came itue; on :i.e 24.11 Iaihut, as alio S.-i;4. So.'beioni the Pipe's Nun cio, thefjifliops or Ct-javia. Pvfnani.t, mania, and fcvcralother Peribrv., u: Dil'.inci.o... loc.v the King gave Aucitr.ce to the M:i.::Lr.- ol f.aipercr, the Czarina ami the King oi Piuula The ge.iteli pm of the Stnatorsun.! Dt.pt.iie.1- r.;c already c or Qu'i.ty cf Aflignnier.ts g.-jiitej to r'">'elv in the ate Gov mmcr.t o of th: Ir..eic.� f Cardinal Co;iini. On '.c Mtittze eUnb-iTad-ii', attended oy the r" tii.it Oro'er, had an Audience ot the t'cp, 'iim, cn the p it cf' the v r.-t ,vi (J;; the Carui- LOWER-SAXONY. Hamburgh. Oct. 7. An F.xpreis pafi.d life in great Hade for Corenna^en. 'Th ("'id n>i ("patches relate to the m tv. .titer up-11 F.nrjli' uij Danii'i itoo-^ t:.ai �' MS u ne ctiai v lei .,.:l.) f- c'.> -a 1 ie n t.lf jJ in wolc.) he Granu Mule.'. 0:1 iui h c t 01 nal Cu;��.i 11 a* to take a f'r.ni.l p.. ill.-: in n 1- 3, hi order to con rider whether 1 to augment ilu- TiCa-i �, or rot. lr q-xn: Coi.terer.ces are Ijk. wife held the Paine on the prete't State of Aft irs i- I-', :K p., : r.d Wc are a ill: r'd u ha: been re lolv'd to hi-p ep :!*iv! n Body of" between tueiity-i:ve and thirty thouf;.n-i Imperil Troop* in Italy, \ Relokri. n has likcwtle been taken to add f-;me new vVorks to the Fortihcition; of'Hernianll-dt in Tran-fy'vania, and to rep.'ir a:I tne F.irt'iff 1 in HtirgT.y. I'ne jVl^rnuis de Mirepoi.v, Ambp.it.idor f^om France, his received from G-iurt bin zendo:fF f'rtfh Ail'urar.ces of the hjr.j-crcr'i IJiip J::.ons to rem in neir.er m the preier.t U ar between i>glint! and Spain, lo Jo> g as nurters are not puSi'J to g e .ter Extremities. [Tiie>: All'jrarce- are ?rnbigutu-, rr.emt in !'avr-ur of Great Asnbai'' lot'.: bu: we hope tiicy are tri:;.:n ] The French jr ha- comma' cated t 1 the Court :be Kca-t.' e 1110 tChrillian Kin'' to (end oi \V .iicll lr. and on the 71)1 b vvii.cn oe; hWSv h:- Soua F ancicti.tt. Orange, on t: Jiur.ting near Ki'cribtrf, whe>c they wie met by the Prince de N iVv: fm-en, Pricce F-cderick o� to t.'.e 'Wej; indies GF, Ort. c. Fi.e Prince -ard Piincefs o' 5rh Iniiant, tcok tiie Diveriion of Hefl".-, the Princtilej their ConLrt; :hc P.: Ail y L.fte, Odin the Flonl'e :or t_i.atjieof 1 down that bi tba; C.'.oinai let ru: hcuce lor J - vo. Air, very much dilpltaied, 'vis l.id, at tiic Cnier.c i'o.s a now c-given by the Pope to a Deputation ot C ��idii'.als, to 'grfh'd. examine and judge the Games-deman.hd cf hun bv i P/uife't, Oct. 10 Cardinal Co:cia, for the Damages whuh m the late Government he foikiin'd by being aepriv'd of hi Be nerices. On the jtii Duke Ceitiini, in tlie p>ivate Chapel of this Palace, inveiled the Coniiable CoSonna with the Order of the Goiden Fierce, 1. tely coi.feiPd upon hirn by the King of Spain. On the Sth the Pope, vwth the ufual Forrnahty, went to the Church 'Heife. DA F I. A N D F. R S. . ie Rigour1: exijrcis'd in a juil War, made by a magnanimous Prince and an injur'd Nation, in order ;e revenge themfelves of the unieferved Injuries and De-yredationi which they have fusriorted fo many Y"ears. Gg The Perf.sn who pi.biilli'd thisDechraticn has made, lome patttsl and virulent Remarks thereupon, which, piamiy ihtw turn to be eirh;r a Frenchman or a Spain ;id. G E " R ANCE. Mnrfeii.'c=, Sep- ~o. Tne Svna's Gallies are e^mpt- d and reaoy tu put to Se; upon 1 Jie riif Cre'er, part of the Royal Co.'fican Regiment, which havs been tn C-.mii.n lieie, hive betn g lilty cf io many Irr.-'g'Jlaiiite-, that' twelve ci the moi notorious have be-,.- f!.o\ 1 i.eie has lately dcjp'j hom the Gallieo 26 or 2~ Criniin-iU. among whom Jherc were twe.ve who wee cnipo>'d in cmr.tng atones to repair the Pa-k ; thel'c midc tremielvcs Malters of their Gu.rd, t.'.ey are actually putting in i:xe:u inn tne Plan made : whith were (Our in Number, they afterwards oblig'i lome time fjnee for cutting the Canal of Gommunica- 1 the Negro, who had the Cire ol chaining them to~ tion between ce Meafe and tnebambre ; and that M. j gether, to let them at Liberty. L S de 'a Galaiz.ere, Intendant of the.t Dutchy, has re Breif Oi\ 2. Some Days: fince there was a Re-re'v'd Order- fiom Court to raife the Militia, and j port, that feveral Sail had been feen off cur neigh- G F We hear fom f.orr-fin, th'.: keep them in '�eadmefs to march. Some Adv.-ces from the Frontier* confirm that near two hundred boating Ccails. The Sieur de Voluire. who commands the Militia ofPoDolo where the Coniiable CVLnra, as Ambaf-1 Pif-ces of Cannon have been lent from Doway to to guard thofe Coafts, has on this Account caukd a fador Extrao.dinary from the King of Naples, attend ed by the Princes Borgaefc, P.deilina, the Duke.-Cefarlni, Lanti, A.kemps, CalTire.li, &c. F. udato rie* of the Kingdom of Nap.es. in a C m cf Nap es, ar.d in the Evenirt; tiieie were Illuminations and Bo;.fires at tne F: rncfc Palace 1 G Leghorn, iept. 23. On the igth 'n'tan: M de Me.vtil'e was conducted by Jvl. Cappoi.i the G.-.ver-r.or of this Place, aucneed by the G;.�r.ccil r of the Cuftom-houfe, to the fevera. Ohio:.., to be a. kn-.-w-ledg'c, and to take PoiTeflion. with trie ul.ial Fu ;na lity, of the Poft lately confen'd 011 him by the G.eat Duke, ot Superintendent of c!ie Mamie. Jt is ad vik'd from Alodena, that the Duk: of M-'dena has contracted for levying 2 Swifs Regiment of Hoo Men The Ea;l of Shrewsbury is arriv'd at fijru.ce from Rame. LG Leghorn, Sept. 24. We hear that a Spanlfii Pri vat^er fromOran ha-, taken ^nd carry'ii intoCanhagena a Dutch Ship bound hither from Ln.don wvh Fngdfh Goods, to the Value of above 1 20,000 Pieces of ii 'gat, in which Cargo the Merchants of this City aie very much concevn'd. L E Genoa, lept. 24. The Mailer of a Genoe'e 'i'ar-'nn, lately arrived from Barcelona, repo-ts, tiiat an Enghfh Man of War had taken a Catalan Pink, ivhich w^s carrying Recru/ts for the Spanifh Tioops ia the IfJand of Majorca. LE Venice, Oil. 1. There is much Talk about the Senate's Rcfolution for putting the Forces of the Re-peblick on a b2t;er Footing by Sea and Land. Tis thought the Differences between this S'ate and Great Britain, 011 account of the Reception that has bet.n given here to the Chevalier's eldcllSon, is aojuiied. * MS DENMARK. Copenhagen, Oct. 4. The two Regiments of Guards, Cuiraffiers and Dragoons, and a Battalion of the Ft.ot Guards, are of the Number of Troop:-which the King is to furnifh his Britannick Mpjelly with, purlu^nt to th,e late Subfidy Treaty between them. One of the King's Frigates is arrived here with fix Dutch lifting Vejfcls which (he has taken. D P Dunkirk NETHERLANDS, f'ticcht, Oct 4 The f^llowin^ is pretended to be the Declaration which the Ford Carhor is to pob-i 11I1 m America, and has been lately handed aoout here L E I l-k�dy of them to advance that Way. The Inhabitants I that had been put into a Pannick Fear, have betn ' made very eafy by ilris Precaution. M S Havre tie Grace, Oct. 3. We are building here, , by the Ki-g'; Gider. a Frigate cf 24 Guns. Yeiiei-f day aid the' Day before four flinch VtiTcb, laden '1 he King of Great Britain, my Mailer, having been f.bli^'d to declare War a^ainit the King of Sp^in, and having determm'd, by the Alliance of the Almighty, to rev erg** the intuits and batbarous Depre-datioi.s c ..minitieu upon hii Subjects, wheeby their with Loin, arriv'd here, and tho'three of them cams in on Saridny, 1 hey were immediately unloaded, to tne e"d that the Corn might be lent to Paris with a I poflible Dibgence, we exptCt liul greater Quantities from Hollai^d and''the Baltick. tne St. Protper, lawful Commerce and N vigition h.-ve been urjaii.y i commanded bv C pc Picot. was difpatchtd yeltercay interrupted ; he has or> er'd me t<1 invade, attack and j to Murtinico, w+rh Orders from Court reuang to the reduce to his Obedience, t<:e C .Ionics. CalUc, Places Affair*of the preient Juncture. G E md Kingdoms, or Provinces, belonging to tiie taia Pari', Oc"t. f. Al Pecquet, who was carry'd the King of Spain in the Indie--, whic.; to me fhvl feem other !)..y to :h? Caiile oi" Vi: cenne.-, has fin e been molt cbnrcnrent. But his Vfojeity being at tie fame ! remov'd to the Balhle. Wha.erex Faults he may tune pcifa 'ded, that the (aid Injuries and Depiedations | have committed, he is generally pitied: his Talents have mere ptocceded from the iVlafice and Go-.nci; of fome particular Perlons in Spain and the Indies, than from tne and admirable Cnaracter gain'd h-.m the Elleem of all who were acijuamted with him j he had even eiia- .;eneral Inclination and defire of ti.e Spanift | biifh'd his Repuiation all over Europe by lu= excellent Work, ejitl-d, The Art of Ncgcciating with iove-reigns, a Bi^k which will be ever he.d in Efteem Lr the fine Principles laid down in it. Thele are the Rea.'ons whicu incline the publick to pity him, ia cife he has been capable ot deviating rrom thoie Principle-. His Friends are making gieat Intereff. for him, hoi ing he will be able to clear hmifeif. The Number of the other Perfon; taken into Cullody is ten or eleven. Some Advicesreceiv'd from abroad have pet the Court upon thcie iY!e*fures. G E '1 ha F.arl of WakfVgrave is flill in this City, but has not iiad anv Conference with the King's Mmilters thefe ten or twelve Days pail. His Excellency has not vet been at hontainbleau, and it is even question'd I whetnet he will go thither ; at call if he does go, h� Nation, be .ween whom and his Subjects there, ha= fubfilted (except"of late Years! a Conformity of Inte-ret'.s and Council-, a continual Commerce, and amicable Correipondei.ee, cultivated and maintained to their mutual Advantage and Sati taction ; he is therefore, thro' hisGoodnef?, deiirous on this Occasion of mixing Mercy with Crjaf'ifement, andof giving rcom to the Innocent to diltinguilh themfelves from the Guiltv. To which end I have Orders ftom the King my Mailer to declare by thefe Prefents in his Royal Name, and by virtue of the Authority veiled in me I accordingly do declare, offer, and promife, to al' Spaniards, Mulatos, Negroes, Freemen and Indians, ot other Perlons wiiatfoever, as well EcclefialHcal as Secular, that thole who in a moderate Term after the publifhing of this Declaration, i will not make any long day thee, far he has nothlt'J and beforeany Hostilities fhall be committed by tr.em ' any Houk in the Place. A few Days fince, the Au-refpcctively againfl the Armies or Maritime Forces of 1 lwei of the Stotes General to the Kind's Declaration the King my Malter, fhall vohmtarily and peaceably about the Departure of his Fleets, arriv'd at Fontam-put themfelves under his Protection, and mild Admi b'eau, upon which a grand'CounciJ was immediately niftration and Government, ftall be received, pro- Icall'd, but we don't hear wh.u paf^'d ;n it. G � tected, and m.iintain'd, in their Lands, Houfo, Pof- j Paris Get 12. By our Letters from Rome we feffioas, and other Eilates, of what Quality or Kicd j hear, thic b-fides the Reduction mad; in the Fay of ' ' � the
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