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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - November 1, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol IV. RICHARD   REILLT. Fruui SATtkiJAV /v^-.w^r'the ill, to Tuesday Xov> inter the 4th, [740. LT   B   I.   I .Vlarr.f of cic� N. : 1" 'LIE Empire 0/ theVV .-iny. i>-:�i)j mer rati v tin Goth' i.,n . he") a M: . Ul tOOl o- !  ami otirr i.aF'-v.  f the l it        Re i, -Ln. ttupicrad ti.e >-v;�n ,f Fr.nc-,  who, a::er :r. ny \ ja'o-(. north, eblit't.! icim fir .m ot the ta� Chu.uaii-, - *. : tervtre, ! 01 e Lo df Nice, h r.:.', tntn F.trtperor nt inpe^or rf the Wfcfi �c�cr -<�.'. Kcm'c 01. Chnftmas Day- Ifi t;ia.!^n�.-<�i-.f: kin nes ever trie F nmces the in fl put 'o in-m Third, by the '^or-the h..~i\, anomcii and cimvr.ni him,, in 'he Cborr'n of in the Year goo, Wiiich' 'he- People- im'_-.2 , .a�id gave th* Spread and Fwo headed Eagle to make the Roman a id German JLropirc. Other Xing* or France, his Succ.flbrs, htrve ken alio atom red ; r.d crowned l-'.mperori Simple was the '.-.'A Km; of ptre, but the Germ ms hav his flace, on November g-nd after'this Char..c, which wa' Stoneof the German Emc-ire, by the Deputies of the Impfnai L'ltits', nntil itch Time �s the Emperor Charles tlu F't- 1,: in a Dyer at Nu-ern berg, in 1356, made  the G��Jen Bui!-,  (an called, whicrt rege a L'narlfs the _nas b^e �> the Pferfctt elected for feverat Genera; to ' tie tl'tiz Son of the dfteated F.mpetor, or h:s ! .\t ih'c i/dor of the Church thi 'Emperor is ncc �reu-rf'f E'clefi.ifeica! Eleftors in "their Roi.es, ;.-n  tnfr. vtC by v. rii at vv ho i always f>> Be 6ni of the EifCtcrs, corj'fecrates a�d|nn'.intt >hc kfripertr en the Top of the Hesd, bcrwien the :.houl "dens, on trie /*a^ of thr- Necfe, on the B-a'K on riu i\:g!i!T icc\i*er) i�e Hand ana the Eibotv, a rtt -n>j*;Hito both hi Hands, fiijrii:g jt each Unction, * Uiigofc irt-jRrg m,* &c. tliit is, ' 1 prninttnee to be K'n>j, wj([. ihemo'iJ holyOil, in tbeName of the Father, ?.rd o! tie ' Sen, and of rhe HcflyGhoil.* "* Aiter wTiich the Em jer  Hta.'ths u-e.v dr;;.k;�j ( we - h.�J att^ie i>i!:ciaree of fourteen Fi:"c:5 of C.tRnou, i v*hhh ar^ planted --t his Lor-Jih"-'s Seat cf Oimoiin, ar4 fftfco v.'^re wffo �T�d feve >:^. Safety of her Kingdom, .Mod -     --        - '    J- ' ^'aaJ with the t%{ p^iTc^ o( ^ Enemies ; wao alio, for the security of France who poff lT d 'he Eta Uhcrf fee takes the Crowh off the AJc.r, ajtd with the 1     . ^ j,. expell*) hJa,. elected injo.her Archbimops, -Rleclors pms it.'od.tlit Head of ^ > For: ppoaJ>e Bank.   Th�� Yard was at firft 1 T SJ>^, Arnolder Arn. !pb; tlmdrria! Ml^yi   U tlie me.n t'me'KjgH Ktafs �s tar*-> co^T Ihs fitft Foutidiiiin \\.c EmDerdrs were e':cf.c: \____ ilia G�Jen Bui!, (an Eiirt fb di the Right*, Duties and Officii 0/the Empire, and Elfttors, f.-r d.e EJtclr -n ofatv.�rri p^ror, under thirty Hv xh- .-.nnexediolaid Ed;cl pr Hu.l being t.f O^id. th- I^;;r. rnjnt obtained ihe Nnme of the Goldrn BjII) whe v jy h.; ibu/Vd fven E efcors, thr e Ecclia�ltiC ef.ie, and that this Bub did onfy CO:; firm tiiL'Jtl.^ , 'I he Ehftion ofaftEfliperor being made, he was forjoo Ye.irf aner Chiirlemagnecrowned at thiee feveral Places; 1 He wai anointedaud etown'.i at Arx h Chapeiie, h^re he rr.eiveci aprovfn vh'iUet for th-iiiftgdoai oiG> rrrnny ; i. He was c/otvn'd st Mi;a.n w;th* Crowh of Iron, (0 jbMW betibl^it h�s 06 Iftso-RJtwg platedoier wrtk^G�id; implying that a Crown is a Weight that baa mi c 1 Incdn-Venience conceaPd beneath i:s deceifful Luflre) for that of Lotnbardy i 3- At Rorrie, whb a Crown of Gold", fbr the Roman Empire. Bat the States af the Empire afTob-b'ed at Ptirickt'ort in 1338. a.td at Cologne in 1339, bive copdudfd, that EltcTon alone, and Coronation in Germany, confer up,n a Prince tire full Imperial Power, after he hii taken the Oath to the Empire ; and they hate dtchrd the two Ct roaations made afterward", to cc not at all nec^ffiry : Ytt the Popes have not thought them �nd hiveeven refus'd 'Kilk�nlyyNo*. 1.   Thurfdiy la^ Clefi^, P^ul, Brfe^ fnart alias Jcnttj, Qwiri arid DoyJt- were found guilty * all thefe v*ere th^ pririctftil Rappirees, arid this DayTatrick L-lves obliged by thefe Regulation to recog-ize the Emperor, if he did not come to Rome t ^ .. e Imperial Crown, or if he did not ob'ain off Brderi, an Hafbotrier, was found .guilty, together with receive r them a Brief to dtfpehf; with ir, and confirm their Eieclf on, which is what is now actually dene. Forfoine Ages piit *hfe E!eilors pretend to hayeaRighf. bl agreeing to. the Pbce of the Empeioi's Coronation ; and the Eleclor. of M-'-tz, as fitft Archb'fhop of Germany, dn? pte'eci a Right to antjint and crown hiiri, after the [.x^rnple ol his Predeccflbrs; but the ArcHbifliOf bf Coirgt.c h:;vJrtg conrefied that Prrviledge with him ihryh.!-.- 'f.juflco tt;e Dispute between them, and hafre ��r�cd. th-teach fhouU c!o it in his refpecYive Dioceft, and that if it w-tc traid-cl:d out of it, they fhov.U do it afterdate}'/. When they have fix.d the Day and Placi for th; Coror.ition, ?nd the Elector of Mf-htz has given Ad.;c-of ft to the Mag'luates of Aix la Chapelle and ^Jaremberwj thofe Magistrates fend by their XZs^uties, to *heChurch appameJ lor it, the Imperta, Orfra\cnts, of ivh?ch thev-i-e" the"TSoa'dt3rs; th^'t is, thofe of Nurem osrg the Golden Crown, of CJnarlemsgne (-if the Weigh; Of foorte-.n Poinds) t\c Riiij, ih ik of :r�e Go.p J, in G>)den Lt-t^rs, tdtd bv t'a- Emperor, n!' theie aie deaver'd to tht JE!cft e Rmoire, an.1 IhatKin nf the Jmpeii! Cities, as>T, iw tl.e fecahr Ei'ffors. o* t' el? ArB.laiTador?, 11 tbeir Rob:s i:> th- f �UowinT O/der ; ih-; Ei,dor Pi.atint *hb :!ir C^wn, the Ei'dor of Bavaria with the Gfobc. ffnd'h- F. ei: t of 8ranrF?nbargS' with the Scepw. marc! fi'fl a b �'  urgli ;he Sta.n-j4u: Aj to the other Secular Eie-clor, tnc King..t B >h?m:a, he ;s ,,ir r , cofiffxtfi} to^inarrow $\if> on the Edge of the Rive.-, be-into IB they come to th^fbhwii.of the pr,f, ^r^'CSaxb, afld fu-n>fted on'y with one fmall totneCodfe'cratio,,. tne Pnn�s, fi^or^nd Ambaff-j ^^-.^hjec^^ too ftreighc^tlje �h.a gro*T* dor,, tvh.areP-otrftir.t5, W-tnaraw.^tbe End of ir. lac � the Ui- of ^ff"��*; wHich trmfc the Emperor. tece.veVlhe holy 4uchar.it        �4^e UM.rap*T) wbi^thttt for th. Navy ' r -      '   - -   -" icN'Hi&aTvhe Vlear;i6z2, removed to toe Puce where she ArchbtfTF)brofE.iaun* in onffeiilc! on.'y.   After Mjfsj.    0_ , , , he is cor.dbd.ed by tbc'three E,cietaiiipl Etd^s, ^ccdikujo^ed w�n ali the Requmtes of a ceded by the b*eci?lar, tda Gailtry, where ike places nj;n-el/in a Scat that is prepare.! f.r hi:ii. If the Ceremcriy is dote at Atyt'U. CEapslle. they rer there the Seitdf Chaffesnagrc, which is aT.{';iys pr-f rv'J in that Church ; then the ArciAUhftp fayi to rt.c Enare-ror, " Take and preffrve the Pkfo&oh'di the Piace that " is givea you, not by Right of Inhsritirvte or Paterfctd " SucccJTtoh, bac by the Votes 0/ fhe iSlectors of ihe " German Empire, and particularly h^ i"c Providef.te of Almifibty God him, that 6y ~ancieht triage every Emperor is received there as a Cah6n, ih^cf defereshim cottfceTthe Oath, whitij] he does in Latin.. Afjfer aH thefe Ceremonies, the EmpetLOT depart* from the Cntircft, prebe3e3 by a�� KeriM,. \Vho trukss a Largefs to the Peop'e of Gold and Silver fa|d*L, flamp'd with tHe Eftigfes ofthe Emperor, ad4 the i>ate of hh In-ftugurafion. i ahi, �>r, &c. Kelly, wbo was a!fo a frmcus Cdw &eA\c:;   snJ dn V5ond--y they are S'd to bb e^cuted; and Kbattne, whole Execution was reipited to Friday, was given farther -Time to Monday. ; On Tucfday lail fome R.->p>eTme foth* Honfe of orje Orhdoil, a Tehantof Jdha libadeli's.'Eiqjpt Nins-n.ile-hedfe iri theCounty of l ipiperiry, and dehiap&d Jintrance ; but Con3cn debated thit if they attempted io break in h� wohld fire! ^ ^h*rn ; abd at the ftrn'e Time lighting s -Caficlt1 at the Fire, Which they' perceiv'iF.g throagh a Window', they difcharged a Bltrnderbdls at him, the Bail ofiyhfeb rbok off his Head, and vvbunded another that was with him in i^och a ta2nn�r� that his Ijife is defpaii'd of/but fhe Raps git off. ..., .� Drogfieda, Ndfr. 2. Thurfday lail beiftg the Anit-verfary of his MajeHy's Ei tlf^day, it was ob:ervai hire with1 all the Uejmdnflra! ions of Joy fujta'bfe ti fo happy an OcCafion. On Priu'ay lllorning Faff about Four'o*Oock, there was lak?n joft it tHe Gxte leading from DVoghefca to Dublin, a Mar oh Hbrfeback without either Sa'dtT'e br Bndle, an* W�t Gc5mm!rted to Goal. About four Hours after his C'lthirikal he confefs'd he had taken the Hrrfe from 'rahJs-iireet ih Dublin, --nd f�yshis Name is Thornton, and that he carae from the Northl TBis is thj fecohd that has bfe.'n taken in the fame Plies within tf-efe four viomhs. The former is convided, and lies onocr Sentence. Saturday being the Birth-�!ay of Admiral VerVion, Rear Ada1ir.il of the Bloc, all the Gsnilemen wore Bhte Cock .des, the B.'lis rung, and the  Flight concluded vvi;h Bonfires, tir ng of Guns, and Ilhirainuior.s. It i� how bnowmg, and has coaricu'd fofince Yeiterday Mothing. Wexforj, No?. 1.     Lail Thirfday being the An -.iveria ry cf hs Majefty's Bir-h Day, the Governor )f our County the Right Hon.urabls the Ear! of Arg'e-ey, gave a Iplsalid Entertainment to alt his Lnrdtbip'f tMcigh ^...iring Teaants, with a Ho^'fa-ad of Wine an4( fina; iiid ibdle iln'-e augmented by Additions of j-DTjcfcv, L�>inahvc. fe.ore Houfes (one no lefs than fuc iinpC�  All which being fo wejil^jflj-ed.with nrtv F^rts fucb as tbreff a: Gtliinghaja, C-idcharn ^boti, .the Swamp, and ordered to be further fortified by a,n ejepref-. L w to that PurpTe t per-naps.th^re may net be 4 mo:P corgpete AHenal than ths in j tfie whole Vv'orSd. ,To thefe add the royal Fort of therm to Slips whick F4rtcw&s built at theXJoath of this River by King Charles tiie' tecondy af3d ttands inprf coainao^idufly for the ftca-nw or ihe River, that the Ca$e, of Queenbcongh. did, which was'hnJlt there for tharBprJKife by King Edward fjfe tcird, bar js tewdem.lilbed* At Chatham, is alfo repofitedj that folemn and only refc tffblifEed Fund of Naval Chafity, (at the Relfef of Perfohi hart at iei'in tbe fervicc of the Crown, under the Nahfeof the Chefl of Chatham, inftitattd Anno 1588, whin vfith tfie Advice of Sir Francis-Drake, Sir John I t-iUkifs, .and Others, cbe feamea ferving the ihen Qaeen did volffntajilt' affig'n a Portion of esch tVfan's Pay to ths fitjccnirbf their then vt-onr^ed fellows j w'lich Method redeiyirig Confirtt^Hca 'rem tne Qaeen, has been evsr h!ibe"m;iintairii:(j,; a'-^d y:t roatintus: Here alio waa e-redfed sp rlofrithl tr.r the bke p:ot& Uf?, at jjie private Coift of- S;r John Hatvlcr. , -ia the 36th of the fame Qjfcerf., ... And having nhw totlched upon all the Yards and Dockj in yhis Cduhty, m fuc$ Order al th�ir fituatton required ; FanJ ihir one Cotinfy hsving CQattibuted m^re than the w       Nurndir b-;f�de^  to �^fe btiilding,. fafe-harkcuHng and eqirippTng cf the fia^y of England, we will here givfc -.he Reader a Itidit View cf tha vaft Growth and Improvement 'of fhe $�& Navy in this and the faff. Age, 2ccbrdalg fp the Calculation made ;fn 1695, by Saiiuel Pepoy*,-; ETcp'a Perfrh of giear skill and Experiends in Nival AfPurV ahd[to whe^e �nfo?9�atinns the Reader ia aJlii indEbt-d for the fcle-meaticoed. Accounts. The diBererit St^tejAnrvno 1607-|f   rhe' Roy'aidSi rVlr. Lambden': Javy. i ime. ;B�tt 40 Ships Above 200 Ships 1 The Number" of Ships and Vefiils from ^p- Tens and upwards. 2 Xh*e general Tonnage  cf VUnder 256coTonsJAb. 11 24co Tens the wno^e     j J 3 The Number * of .Vie n requi red fbr H-lan* Ring the fame_ 4 ^The Medium of its annual Charge dur in^ the /all 5Yean of { Peacr-1 War - Under 7S00 Men -Under 1' -00 I. -IUnder 9P4CO f. At this Da^. Above 45oos�yaa Above 400000 J. subscriptions for City ana\ Country ^ jor this Paper, art taken in hy the fritter hereof.   

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