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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - November 8, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol.IV. RICHARD R E I L L T. ublin News -Lette. / iJ From Saturday November the 8th, to Tuesday November the iith, 174.0. A Continuaticn of tbe laft Packet?. PORTUGAL. Lisbon, Oflober 21, N. S. Well Indi- : to crijiZ? Any Privateeis appear now on thU Coaft, Io that we mult extent Ships from icveral Parts. Mat cannot have theBentiit of Convoys, to fall into their Hands; for tit Fly Sloop onh . is cruifing off the R',ck, ar.d it wi.l be a coniideribie time teiore he can be join'd by one of his Mi-jelly's twenty gun Ships that iscrdei'd to Gibraltar to c.'e;n. Single Ships endeavour to ni3ke the R�ck, but often f-.JJ in v\i)h th? Barlings, where two Spanifli Privateers p!y, and !�ive taksn icveral Ships; thethrcelaft were the Unity. Cupi. Hunter, loaden with Cordage, Flax, &c. from tin- Biltiik. and the Good Hope and the Laurel, both horn Philadelphia, wi'.hWbear,|o Flour, &c. We have h.'d no ]vkn of War yet ttaiior.'d j fi there. The 20 Gun Ship and the Sloop vu-re oruer'd to cruize off the Rock, end no whee elfe. 1 he Enemy's Privateers, teirg ftnall Veffds, lurk under Land, un-J when Ships appear, run out as Pilot Poais and luhpriz-them ; even thefe cf foch Force, that it openly atuck'u would bisble to defend thtmfelvfs ireni fuch fmall Craft We think it very hard that our Directors at home fhould have order'd away the 20 Gun fhip b;foie fucceed'.d bv another; for llxpt rience now fhews, that two 20 Guh /hips and twoSlcopi are* wanting to cruia- ufi the Burling.-;, the Reck, and Cape SpittaJ. This Tn.de, 'iiTv aere-:d fo bv all , :n v;b'-rj\ Cne Tii'ng the Minute of thefe Refcluticns a:s in th' prefent Words : ' Tint c-infi.ierinp- tt"e H^if-'d; 0? t:rg the Queilion i!-men remaining :*e h tJc'-.-s 2-THcmis Walts Gtn:Ier-:en 1 fi-e t!;e IndeDen- dencv of P.r! -�ments, chiefs Rill be piled Lr Jim.:-tirg the Number of Phcemei in the HouA* cf Com-moos, and th:;t i-.ch a Bill co-'ld not probably be ob-t?ii!i'd while the Hoafe is m-ie up of Placemen, are therefor? determined not to give 'heir Votes cr fntereft to any Man that Jit^ Pi ce or Ferf.on to reprefent them in the evfu nz Pjti'atnen'. Then the Freeho'cers adjonrned their C^nr: till nex� maintain the Right of Treitie-.. For thefe Retfons th? Coortof Great Britain has principally turned its Views towards America, whither the French Squadrons are fecrt t ly gone, and hascsukd the Squadrons of Sir Chaloner Ogle and Lord Cathcarr, when ccmpofea Flert of near eighty Sail, to depart with ali Di!ig?nce, befoie having giiensn Anfwer to the Dcikvai.on of France, h's pofi- lively affor'd, that Sir Chaloner 0�!e has Orders to attack all tkat fhaii oppofe the Ex-vution of his Orders The Seat of War being thus traai pored" inw Anjericj, .the Face of AiFairs is thereby greaily tk.ng'd, ar.d it will boo be feen whether the Fiencu will th�re join .with the Spaniards; if fo, that would- be a Se:.t cf.War with which the other Powers in Europe would fcarcely inter, meddle. The EngLlh fcave nothing to fear ,it home; having forty or fitty Sail of the Line upon their Coalts. which are more than fufficicnt to make head againii the remaining Sea Forces ot Fiance and Sj.ain. The Lord --n went away migh y well fa'isfy'd with the Anfwer ha received to the Overtures that he made, when here, to the States General, which are kept .fo profound a Secret, that even M. Fenelon cinnoc penetrate with all the Cunning he is Mailer of. Peop'e begin again to talk of a fecond Augmentation both by 'St-a anc Land; but Piopofiticns of this Nature always rcqui-e long Deliberations; and perhaps thefe Things ar; t\!k'd of tht more to puzzle and perplex the Marquis de Fene'on, who has loft Ground here every Day fince the Depaitureof the French Squadrons contrary to Wordthit they ihou'd not go out. L� � The Di(courfc which the foreign Minifler. mentioned, in fome of my lall Letters, lately had with the Members of the Regency, and the Arguments which he then made Ufeof to determine theai to enter into the War, fecm to haveflagger'd, but not to have prevaii'd upon them. It will be very difficult to perfuade ievera] of the Minifier-of the State from an Opinion they have all along enter-tain'd, that the Cardinal has no Inclination for W.-.r, and (hat the Order has been difpatch'd againlt his Will to the Commanders cf tbe Bieft and Toulon Squadrons to let Sail for America. * The following is the Contents of a Letter upori this Subject, from a Perfon at Paris to a Foreign Minifter here. The Marquefs d'Antinr may poffibly he rccall'd with hi� Squadron, without executing the Order which wa� uing the great Enferpnze ihey h"d f-rm' they fay, fhe has in fome M3afure facet e^d. which has yet come to the Kno vlcdje but of a few, is however very certain,- which i.% tiiat m tie Council held at Veriailles, to'csnfult wh-ther-'it would be proper or not for the Breft and Tcu'cn Squndrons to fail, the Cardinal was abfo'utely for th? Negative ; and his kntiments would have prevaii'd, if the -Members of the Council who are in the Spanifh Party had not by cert.-iin Intrigue, found Vleafls of giining the Duke of O.Ie�ns; io that that _ Prince having voted againft the Sentiments of the Cndinp.l! Miniftar for the Departure of the cquadrOns, the Queitioc I iV'or.ung-at Nine c'C!oc! : - , We no \tfi applaud yoHr^Concorrence to the lateB'll far-reducing and limiftirtg ths-Number Of Placemen in Parliament -r �i lie Bill in the ment, and particularly b& SeffionJ which' was done ac- jppproaching Sejiton, being weli/affurki that loch a Law c 'idingly in open Court; and then *5ir Thomas' Wallace! �ah i^e tie uoiyRemedy. to revive our drooping Liberties, of Crag m^de a Speech, whkhenitd.ini Rropof?.lJ6 be pud animate a languishing Con/litution. . . entered into fey-the Freeholders asairtfl Placemen h iwfeteh I have cl cheactully contripiuKd to ihe extraordinary Motion wavf?cbti4ed by Col. Dalrynrple, who.defi'ted aj'Sgpglky and^liiye a liigfic to know, their Application^ Qoeftion might be put upon the Motion ;the Sheriff aid i ti)^ together Iv^h' the prefent' Poihjre of Affiirs,. fesm to with Queftion fhould Hands againflthe Violence an'd Irregalawyof the She* rifPsProceedings.' . . ; Col. Dalrymple took alfo another Proteil againfl the Clerk for carrying off the Books, and accordingly took Inftruments in the Handfot Mr. AlexandcrRofs, Notary Pub'ick. Upon that Occafion feveral of the Freeholders laid hold on the. Books, in order to have kept them, bat they were violently carry'd off. The Sheriff and" feveral Gentlemen having withdrawn j themfelves out of the Room, the Freeholders remaining) enter'd into a Refolution of eleeUng a new Prefcs andj Clerk j in that Interim the Sheriff and. feveral other? Gentlemen that had withdrawn themfelves returned into the Room, when the Sheriff propos'd to pat the Queftiort for an Adjournment, which the Freeholders that retnaia'd readily agreed to ; upon which the Sheriff again withdrew himfslf, together with the other tjentlemen and Cleric qiir refpeftiveT^rolierttes lie. we fhali ftt'enuonfly fupport "thpfe Gentremeh, who, like you, engage in thr true In* Ureftol their Co�itry j'fach as have fhewh a juit Detef-tation of ignoniinioas Treaties, and have contributed their ijoncil-Eneeavoo'fs to' exelade from the Senate,' all nierce-hary Onictrs, arid (ervile Placemen. X E ' from the Shire Haltat Tlint, the 23d Day of October, 17401 O D "E for His Ma j bsty's Birth Day. By Cplley Clbber, Efq; Poet Laoreat. . RECITATIVE, WHILE George provok'd to Vengeance arau, And gives the Weiiern World Alarms, ^Grateful his Natal Day we fing. And Royal. Roois with Clangours ringV ' AIR subscriptions for City and Cwntry, for'this Paper, ere taken in by the fruiter kfrecf.
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