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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - October 21, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vot.. IV. RICHARD R E I L LT. in i s-Letter. Tl-EoDay October the 2 lit, to Saturday Oclober the 25th, 174c. Sit.ee our 6oq r*"cp!c. Kan is .iiivt; lifting of J-,;t nnivfil :v.� B'lii/ii Packers, which brought oae riei.ch ami one Holland Mui.'s. R [J i S I A. FettrTurgh, September 30. Dvices ha;- Leen rec iv'd here, that the Ambafi-dor ns exceffivr dear in this Capital. They vvt.te f.o.n Pie bjigh, nut there has been a moil terrible Tempe't in the JNeighb- u~ hoed of that Place, which being interrnix'd with Hailitone-of a very confiderable fize, has cone inexprelitb'.e Damage �o the Vineyards and Fru.ts of the Ealh. G r. An Extract of a Letter fr.-m Confrant.'nople, written by a Gentleman in the Ret.nuc or Count d'LTlefeldt. Excepting the Dtfncultie.-. that t;.e Arnbr.ffador met with, Some private Leuers from C.d-z hh> Squadron, commanded by the Cr.ev ! , th.it er de 'a th,: e Tr.cu'c i it its ..11-1 Ships 111 the li ul; hrd, came mto the B y the zs'l ofL.l .Mir luted by the C-ne.cn of the Cat I he fame I.etre s add, thru ihere has been d..p�jcli'd t Courier for Madrid, to a civ id* the Cou.-: if their b in" m ie.;dinc!: to ful on tne fit it Orders they fhoa.'d .eeeivc for that Pur pole. L E FRANCE. Fan's, Ocloher 14. We Invc received A Ivice from Cain, iciation to the Ceremonial of his Entry and his pubiick ! nada, that the fllinais, who had taken up Arm; ag.inft th: Audience-, none have arifen of any iignihcatitn. The I French, dreading the Preparations that were m.king to ac-Grand SF-inor and all the Miniiters of the Forte arpeir! sack them, have at laft detcrmn.'d to fubroit; that a J rea- e.xciemrly iuti-ft>d with the Pre.ents made thern Number of Tuk.fh Habits whicn were ci:i:rib.re the Cay of beffider wr. Yei.tn.e, utre near 303 : 1 hat of > very magnificent. We are lock-'a cuires for his fuhfiin-iue 2?ooIb. of Kite, an inciedibk* | the iargeft Houies in Conllantir.op e The; ty of Pcaee has been concluded with them, and that the/ . to us on 1 hive g;vcn Iioilaets for the faichfui Obitrv,aite of it on the Am- I their part. D ? in i:\of I 'i'i.e prefer;: great Scare ti of Corn has dctrrnin'd the We Finch I defj Quantitv S'.ig.;r, aed ohcr'J hii.gs in proportion. Prefentb which he lvrir.gs uom the Ithaca iNaJir of the rich Booty laken from the Great M. gal Mr has r^ccivVi a CVm.hr difpatth'd lur.i lion, v^r, whu lias brought he Briiannick M ijeily's App-obltiun to the Ar-ticlei rf the '[ rcaty of Alliance ncgoeiared between this Court ar.d that of Lemon. The Ruer Ncrva is a.'rtv.o'v cover'd with ice." G E POLAND. Warfiw, CC'w'cr 10. Tlie 3d in:Unt at ten Morning the g-c::e;.'l Dyet vy.ii rpen'd. 1 he' piiz'd wncn we enter'd tliem at t!;c:r rot be:pg fr. were r.-jt iur Court to lay cu: iivtrhJ .Millions ehr.ad on t;.at C During the � l e ,C w 1, 1 ho' there h g:e:u tall: here of an aprro.-Khirg rlieAiuiy, yet v%e doi.'c hear inat any > ;it Oietr h*ve as yet 'r-cen iii'j'-d >' n chit held. D P c h-.d 1 J'aris, Ofloter ! 7. 'I he Cou.-thas Itet Orders to Brctl JuJficient Employment :n bauing v.ith the Rr-.ts, M:ce,:; ..i a-*d FVchefoit to Jit i_u' tiiete e.ght incic Men of War, an8 other Vernrn, waich m .de War upe.n u-. C':n:inu dly. : f.iiic The hai L , v.m wr.ei. the moil natural fieafbn m y be given i^r it, and tut t.-i:.i g >ipcn ! :;r. t. el or.uu*--- i :n (jJi^u, ai d imh; i>e hi.J is the exctdive Nallintis or the Turks. G E ', obta.n'd Leave t-e rem.-t, inte Fr nee. The Court has i-.ee- Vienna, Odobcr 13 The Court has dTp-tc!.*d a Ct-u-1 !y fe::t t.'.o Courxri to M ier 10 H*n ,ver with -lie EmDeio-\ Ar.fwer to ct rta:.i Pio- it's p.T'^nd-.d re-At^ to .i Pr his iAt.-tnir:: M.'.i.-ifv. Mr. R - ! the J lat m niou>, his liolmeis propoft to eilablifh here, and all over the Country, thefe Arts am; Manufeilures which we want, and alio to manure thc.le vaftTrafts of rieli Soil which h e unci.ltiv.-te-. to the great furprize tind icanclr.I of a'l Foreigners that tr.tvel ttus Way The Holy Father has fent for the Coe.'.crv.iters of rise nite and Rom.n People, and dtciai'd to ciictu, ' Tu tin wa? refolv'd to put in Execution the IV.,gnu.r;ck prop-Co by the late Pope, Clem-nt X 11 fur rdlraining the execifivt Growth of Luxury, in order to prevent tiie Ruin of mmi Noble F imiiits, whole Rei.ta no; bearing a P.opoiiiou with the prefent r.;od;!h laperfluous Way of Livng, frequtntly diforder their Afr:irs and expoic themfciveb to gre.i Itrcight- ; and moeover, then tii:; Peg.iidti m vi oolel k^e,. at Home cent funis of M nev wiii^h iindthew..v abroiu for foreign Cwmmodities. ccc G F Leghorn, September zc. O. S. The Mifier of a Ship arrived here in live Diys from fouhn reports, chat a grea: Number of tailors were tome tiivie, in order toem'wrk on board ei<;ht Men of War that ate ti:tinz aut there witli al Diligence. S | J. They write ficm Ilclllein, that fevers 1 hundred Hork: have been hoeght tnere for rcmeunting tiic Rudr.n Cavalry S J E Milan, OcVb r The Roman C.tholick Swih Can tons having permitted Spjnifh Oliicer'- to m.ikc Livks ir. their JunfJicli -u<, iJic* Emperor has can.'d (h.t.-p Reprej'cn-tatitns to be nude upon this luhj ttiu thuie Cantons. GF G F R M A N Y Viennrt, Ofl. 8. It's afi'ured that h s Imperial M.ijcflv has lately fmt a Re'erjpt to tne Ivmg of l'luiiu, in order to engfge him to recall his Troops from the Territory 01 Liege. The Departure of 1:tic French Sqaadrons for Ame rica fcrms to give this Cjurt Umbr.ige, and funufhts Matter f. r mncli Di.courle here. GE They write from Maicyck, that the PrufTnn Troops an orJer'd to retire from thence, the Diiier'-ncet which fulfill ed between the Kjrg of Prunia and. the Bifhop of Liegt beinjj rmirnbly acfjaittd, on Condition nevcrtht'ef-. that the B fliop pav to his Prufiian Majrfty 1 zcood Crowns for the Barony of Herda', befiuts 30000 Crowns more on Ac count of fome old Claim. G E Vienna, Cclcber 12. The M.niflcr from the Court o; Dreiden has made frefh Reprefentaitons heie, fur � bt lining that due Rcgr.rd to be paid to the Rights ot the Elector.*i Houfecf Saxony in all Tret ties relating ro the Affiir of ].ilier� and Berguc. There has been extreme cold Wea therhere fir fome Day* pad; the 'Fop-, of the Mountain la theNeighbourhood of this City ate aire.:dy cover'd wicb ee! the CVurt. ti 'd ins cood reitce; o tw. tr, ve rrcetv'd � p G E We h commanded :re W. fr Irdi -i, wt Coait c-f v"p i-; T h ill. W't cp'ft in a .'e^/ D.iVj i-,.n. te with C rn fo- tn.'s (1 v. a qui . ut h Earl .'id, w'lh Dif.r.tches, vvii.ch y.-�i fo^n/vi U r acci ratiicda ,0 aiiU G;e;�l B.'itu: . ;, th-t tiie i\fng's S :u:tdr n, . d'Ant in , pr..c.'-it. -i eClly tc� tte-'i'g -.w iv the :ime on ;he �A W.ddeg'dv\- ci e.v n .es very u 1:.ore S.ies 1 d-n EE iCh In:"t?.nt the Prince ce i_.'jiee;iv f.-cro the Emperor, bin ion the llritith .'.lit itter, ha', acqua: the K iug ef Grci: . r; an inving eropio) 'd ins good ( iii- e. m order to ornz eb.-ut an Accomm<'dat.oo bit wren Prince Wiiii m of fieiT Caffel and the EFch.r of M. ntz, ttie DifT r< net* l.et^een thof t.vo P.incts has jail been made up in an amicabie Mainte.. L E S P A I N. Cnehz, Sept 1 -. O. S. Advice has been receiv'd here, th:.t ihe new Governor of Mexico, who went from hence ome 'ime ago, wa* happi y arriv'd in the Gulph of that Kingdom, on beard the Ship in which^he embark'd ; fo that the Report which was current of the \ eflel having been taken by the Eng'ifh, was without Foundation : But we hear they have tak^nand carried into Gibraltar, a Ship of this Place, which was Dound tor the Mediterranean, the .uding whercaf car filled cf 130 Pipes cf Wine, 80 Pipes �if On, fome Prcvifion*-, Ammunition, &:c. S J E Madrid, October 4.. L poti Advice th.t the Ergltfh m-�ended to execute fume F.nte: prize againll Buenos Ayres, or fotne of the Soutli .'�e.i -etilcments, ttie Kintz has caukd the four Ships wiiich fome Months ago came from the '.V til Indies to be converted into Men of War ; and theie, wttti two (thers, are, as feme lav, lail'd for the South-Sea ; thers heiieve they are i'vended to join the Ships equipping j tolerable Explication of fencing their Breil and Toulon it Cad 7, It's ieported that rhc I^nglifh have lately taken j Squadrons 10 America. Hcfides what i* contained upon tvto Spanifli Ship- in the Gulph of Mexico. Advice has j tins fubjc e Weft 1 rd es. or l'dri:, Oelobcr ^2. The Lichter itiin, Antb.lfadcr Ext receiv'd a Ccur.cr frcm his Cei; t \vi h the uttimais OrdetS for his Depirture. The 19th his fx. elltncy repair'd to Fonfainbleau to ttike hisl.ta.e if the King and all the Royal Fami'y, and To morrow we expo ft he will fe: out for Vienna. His Nephew fe: out this D y for BrulTel�^ GE The tRfh Irlb.ntsn F.tpe-irrent was mrde of the nev^ Mine lately diitover'd r>-?r St i.oo in Lower Normandy, and it w;.s found that ;o'b of that Mineral would yield 60 Ounces of Silver. G E. Holland- Hague. We are informed hy very good Hands from Paris, that the French Miniftry, and particularly Cardinal de Fieury, coMtrtte to loirc nn Pains, and to ne-g;ect m Opportunity cf gtving a fr.vourr.b'e, cr at leall a on to the Weil Indirs; ;md c-jinplains ol the Behaviour of anv 01 her Occafion to tne atn v. cf the! uter. ere::;, if the Court Mm either determine to agree with what 1 Spaniih Privateer to a Du.ch Shrp. '[ he Marqu:s de 'I'i.e Frer.ch Min.fter at the Br.'tif.i Court has, its faid, Yillanas has.iflur'd this Ambafiadcr, tha: tne K;r:g would cxprciFed himfelr to the lame punvie; to which he has c.iuie this kil ^ffiir to beextiinii'd with Attention, and added, that it would have been very eafv to have preveht-would order new Informations 10 be taken upon the futr- ed the two French Squadrons frem being feet cut, if che jeet of the other Grievances. It's reported that Admiral Britiih Court would h.-ive made a pohttve Declaration, that Haddock vas re.urn'd to Oilrrdt r with Pait of his itqua- it would have contented itfelf with oniv afting at fea ag?.rnll dion, and that the otiier Part lemain'd at For: M-htni the Spaniards, without art eking thetr poiiefhons. That G E a Dec a rat ion of this nr.trre would i.zvs effectually preven- There i- yet no Advice that the French Sq .adron, cm ted his moll Chriiiian Maj lly frcm rcling as he thinks tnanded by the Marquis of R^ocbe Allard, n fait'ej for the himfcit now obliged to do, for maintaining the Treaty of Welt Indies, it being generally believ'el the lame is tore- Lkrechr; and th it he lfi !l efiVrs, f:r the fake of, and in or miin up^r. a C.uize for ionic time on the Cordis of this certo p.one.tc a Fe ce. to recel his fqu-"** Kingdom. MS of Great Br.t-iin It fecms that fome grand Defign is on the Tapi-.; at is.abovedemanded, or enter into aNegotiation ofPeace with Ieaft v. e guefs fo from the frequent Conferences that are Spain. held at Court, and the great Hurry of Bufincfs the Miniiters Hague . Frequent Conferrrces are held nmon^ft the leem to be in. We lend and receive Couriers very fre- Members of the Government, upen toe Subject ot cfceeai-quently to and from the Sea Ports. The Duke de Monte- baraihng fituation that public Affairs are in at prefcfct. m.r, Captain General, has Ftely iffued divers Orders to The Sentiments of the Mir iliers of St2te belonging to the the Troops cantoned in the Provinces, and the Couthas, Republick, are demanded upon many effentul fubjects : juil difp.itched an Exprefs with new Inilruclions for the but more efptciaily in regard to the Fears and Apptehen-Governors in the Well li dies G E j lions which People have conceived of the Defigns of the We have received Advice from Cadiz, that they con-. Court of France. The AmbalTadors from Francs and Spin ufe their innr-ft Endeavours to difcovar the fubjeCl of thefe Conferences, to which no more than four or rive Members, who are moll in the fecret of the Cabinet, are admitted. Ii> a flared, that the Marquis de Fenekn has delive tinue equipping all the Men of War in that Port with all p^liible d.ligence ; that Jeveral of thers are already in a Condition to put to Sea, and only wait Jar their failing Orders. L�
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