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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - November 4, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. IV. RICHARD  R E I L L Y, I n i\ews-.L.etier. From Tuesday November the 4th, to Saturday A";;tvv//-cr the Sth, 2 iicctoui la ft arrivru four iMti't P. c'.rt-. wr.-c�. b; .-i uvc i ;;r.ch sr.i two flo use M 1 n> T U R K L Ccnilintinoplf, ieptcnu.er ir. is alrr.oft in:p>'iT.-le to dcioibe the Mifery to uv,;rij v\e ::r.' le^uccd by tiic P.a^itc anu i am n , which nv-ke dread'ul Ravages here.   All the Fotrjqr Minifters aie gore out nf Town ; fcveral P.ricris of th  t^kjn with a vio lent Cholick, owing to an Indigr fti n, wh:c a was fuliowV with a contirfual Vomiting and a Fever, and thfit he died of an Inflammation in his Bowels. G E Thedeceafed Emperor, after a Wart�f fourteen Years, carry'd on w:th tlie AfTltance of the Ern'-erors Leopolo his Father, and Jo'eph his Broilit'r, to nuke himfelfMa/ ter of the whole Spanifh Monarchy, made the Peace at Rad/hdt in 1714 with Frame, as he did at length with Spain, by the Treaty of Vienna in 1725, on th.de Co� di'ion.8, That renouncing the Spaniih Monarchy, he ihoulc k.-cp the Kingdom, of Naples and Sirilv, ;md the Pont and Placrs fiiuate on the O'afts of f'uicanv, and thst Part oi the Ncihe;lands which tornieily bslung'd to the Crowr 'Vi. e-5, tn-r: t ..       0.1 .-Ji. anO       Uu. ol W r Li �� :.cn L 1 of :h? 5 c,. 1 if Spain.   But by v.rt-ie of a f^'qjent Trer.tv v: France in 1 - 3-. ihe I'.mpsror p.'-Tt-;.i wi;!i N ;       ai!:'j fevO-o       wli >:-.s oper.'d, v. pere.nwa* another for was dead. At the lame Tim? the ArchdorcheA Maria : M. G-uatc:, i.o-nTu-.nd)ng rim to Heer for the Streights Therefa, the late Emperoi's elceft Daughte-, srtd Contort, with his four Ships, and no: to optrn h;s lecoid Letter nil '.f the Great Duke ot Tufcar>y, was procUim'd (^ieeh of he arriv'd thc*rc. As he gc: ;nt3 th; Streigh;s he found Hungary ar.d Eohemia, Archdu:chei's of Aulhu, and his ieior.d Ord-rs were to rrtu.n to the Mediterranean, 61 veieign Princrls ot ail the Provinces rnd Heredittn Countries of the laid )�te Emperor, accid      to the Set rut hsvirg taken Cme Pvj. e1. tn-rr* v. ��t   1.1   i*'v�.Ove y.     1 *c iv>s t'ii A ;;r ket;      lk-a a!! the D-'.v Ili.-rcU iio.Ti his Aranmt:.: !m c.-. r R .-\ >f C E. Jco.'o'.', (.'ft i.er 1 j.    1   j' -\* . � 'roil \.     h      '.. ,'f .�::) h-.'^. c u: ..r .: .r.^i :       b k--j>      .-"..jar;.   ��. to 1::- !jjes of H tr     � :.   t-.e 1 (� i;t :...)..! u; M. (i-S .,' ; : ,.c ^cd u: .' . u.is c; t:.-.' .it.. r      1 u-1 ; ; :. r.+     Vic f:..ar tii- tc;im\ 1'j; P.vicu'a: Kcttrm 0' thete o,�'p : M Ga-arct. wi'h tie lou ya'-l hi w rnfntior.err, carted from theSqiMf r. 1140 Lecjruss to the VV'elrwa-d of G.u'aUar, in confrquenca of a Packet -.vi- u: the ".11 D^y - a'^o : t^ai;-, c.->.');-.; -; t. -j P.*r-z A 1 . ;. . ttint Lat^cce, he round by the Sanction. L Ci tkird Letter trat r.e mu'.i re:- 3rthw::h to Toulon. e iiave.jult aognjented our Marines with tiiree Com pa's. ' We have alio reinfore'd tr.; Wor;:men i:i the Ar- 1 i c Empercr d> inr^ on chr zo.h H at "wo o'clock in the Morning, all tne Miniiters tr.ok tiic nis Oa:ht at trven that Foreno n to the G.-eat Duke of fui- f-'nal with 300 M-n. VI e h.-vt aftua-iy fix Men of War any. At Nine the Emprefs, (now the fecond Dowager) htiz that 1:1 av be n:t-d vp f-r tervice, beiides two n:w who never quitted the Emperor's Chamber all the time ores on the Stocks, or.c of which is to raour.tSo Gtins that he was & nfiii'J to it, and who is in a manner inct;n-; f."d the ctner 6c G F. inlcible for his Death, mir'd with her iccon.: Laugbtrr,:    Pa:>:, L-cton;r 25.   At the Archdutcbefu Mary-Anne, to the Convent \vhe;e U:s, iv.khtiiov ot M  r'trco'H-t' firft Empnfi Dowager generally rcfides.   At Noon the!      r.o: Leer, j^uiky c Emperor's Will w3s epen'd anu read in an Ailcmblv of; the Pub' all the Mimfleis of Sute and lome o; ineCt-unBiis ci War) liory    n and the Kimnces.   Yelterday Morning about live, the] ill it ;^ - ard cvr, to the great !s rturr, t.-.r.t tr.a: Gcr.tlecssa �- of thofe .V ;:ce,-nei.ro;s '.\ ;i;ch : was tro aj : to ci.arcr hitn w.'J .      r.e whole 'ninr; but a pn'.n e Affair, which touches rei-reginv net ho Loyalty.    When r.is t'eribn was Firnpsror'sCorpfe, which had been opc.i^d4nd em : In.'J.. i iccured    � .as alto nrcdll'.rv to teizcbis Pacers, on account was r�mpv'd from the Favorita to tne-Mpt'-n;.! Patacc in I of :n� Sixrcu v.hic.'i ini^u: be contained in them.   A- tiier 11 this City, where 'tis to lyc ijpee Diys "ui Hate.   ' i*js.: dreis'drjh'ji black Cloak, witK-e-grcat bhek Ka: cn tht-Head,^�J by his fides are live C�on^� bc>nurs, and other/fra^iu of the /mperial and Royal Dignity. After | o-morrCw 'tis to be inteft'd in the Tomb cf the Aiigull Houfe" af Auftria.   Three Days before the EmpiiOr'. Death the Great Duke of Tufcany leQpn'd the Dignity of Palatine of H^|^ry to the Velt Marfhal do Pal r� GE DulTddcrp. Nov*. 1. The Inland Towns cf julicrs and Bergue have orpos'd, at a Convemial Dyet, the in- roducing of great Tyths. -MS LOWER SAXONY. Day to the tail ct Decemoer, 174.1. LE The Ea;l of Wa'd-grave's Secretary is charg'd with the Briiifb .Affairs in his Abfence. L E P.iri:, Oct.-bsr        Th; King has granted a Patent Hamburgh, November 1. According to Letters from j to a ceriain Conip.-nv for iawine Rice in this Kingdom Stockholm, it appears that the Secretary of State had font j curing 1 2 Yeir:, t.vclulive of all others. G E a Proclamation to all the Foreign Mtnillen, to tatisfy \ Ou? Letters frcm Lur.eville idvice, that the 15th Inft. them, that the Military Preparations of Sweden, both iy : at Nir^ht t-htre f.ll fo prodigicus a Quantity of Rain that Sea and Lmd, were carrying on with no other view t^an almoft the whole Country was drown'd, efptaal.'y the to(ettle the Peace and Tranquility �f their cwn Kingdom. Towns of Ntutchatau , and that Part cf the Works car-on a (ecure find firm Bafis, and not with a D-*fien to affiit ryirtg rn by the King of Foland (Staniflaus) on the Meurte France, as theNoaon run, and had be�n iedulcufiy propa-: have been carried away, together \yith St. Nicholas's gated an ongft other Nations. MS Bridge.   Thofe Letters add, that moft of the Proprietors SPAIN. : of Vineyards in thofe Parts have, abandoned the Vintage, Carthagena in Old Spain, Oft. 6 Admiral Haddock, the late Frolls having done fo much Damage to lb? Vines with five of the Ships of War under his Command, sp-, that the Harvi ft would no quit Coils. GE pear'd off this Port the 4th Inllant. He fired many T>a- They write from Rome, that the Sth Inftant, N. S. charges againft the fmall Foit upon the M ckarel Jiland. the Pope wen: 10 the Cap.al and took cut ot the Ar-upon which the Governor reinfore'd the Gariifin of that cntevts the Original of the Donation m^c cf tr.i Grc-Kort. The Commanding Officer fiere very bri kiy re can Empire to Chatics the highjh of Er*nce by the Lait turn'd the Englifh Fire. The Engliili Admiralcontinued oi the Pahcloj'.uts EEs Hclinefs has fince deiiver'd that cannonading till Night, when he kf; the Place, and ha:; Piece to the Duke d- it. Aignan, the French A�bafTado.-not appear'd here fince. G E at Rr.me. G E -. The Spanifh Gov�rnor afnrm;, that he h?J but three ' fans, Novtmber 4. N. S. On the 29th pair.. atNine Men killed, and nine Wuunded; and at ti.e lame time is o'Clo.k at iNigtic. a C< ur:cr arriv'd fiom Vienna, witn fan [tho' he could know no h:ng  t the Empreis {i'econd Dowage) w.:s very i'l-Englifaloft at leaft thirty Men, befiaes that two of their . TheTSews of hi^ I.npcrul Majeliy's Deatn has engttg-.-d Ships loft their Maits. GE j the Piince de Licher.Ilcin to prolong his Stay at tuts Cadiz, Oft. 1 5.   We are patting on board va/l Quan tities of Stores of War, and the Fiett, coifilling ot eight Men of War, will be refdy to put to ^ea in a Week's Court. G I� NETHERLANDS. Bruffels, October 31.   We hear from the Frontiers time, but what Coarie they intend to lleer is yet uncertain.  th.it tnu French are going to repair and augment the Eor- S J E (t:fi;ations of Cologne, Calais, and ieveral other Placei. Madrid, Oft. 31.   We have receiv'd Advice from Sc.) G E Andeto, that the hve Ships of War which were equipp'd | Thr States of B abant Ir.vs Itnerated, after grar.tiug there had let fail fome tirnr ago, in order, as it if given j the ufu.il Subfid.-es to ihe Cju:: cf Vienna. S-evtral De-out, to follow the Ferrol Squadron to the W'elt Indits. j uuttes arc arrived from Elardcs, in order to make Repte- Midrid, Oftober 30. O. S. G � The King has a Tertian lentations to the Cou.-t oncemiiig the State of their Pfo-vinc;.    ins Pians fur tepairing dkni and Newport U\9 SUBSCRIPTIONS for City and CmUn, for this Ptfer, an taken in by th j   '  - r Ur.   

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