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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - December 6, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. IV. RICHARD   R E I L LT. Numb. 410 The Dublin News-Letter. " From Saturday December the 6th, to Tuesday December the 9th, 174.0. Vellerday arrived three Britiih Packet*, which one French and two Holland Mai s, viz RUSSIA. Petenbuigh, November 9. Mofcow, and ether brough' j tice.   Jt is (aid the Garrifons of the Places the King holds on the Coaft of Tufoany are co be reinfore'd, icd tha lome Troops will be canton'J on tb� Counties of the flat of bienna. L E Naples, Nov. 8. N. S.   Laft Weak the Ratification of ihs Treaty of Commerce and Nayigarion between the Knig and the Porte, lately exchanged at Conitantinjpie, HEY write from Mofcow, and ether wa , by Order of die Court., publiihed wi:h the ufua molt coniiderable Cities ot the Empire, Formality throughout this Capital, Abruzzo, Apugjip, that the Ecclefiaiiiea) and Secular Or- and other Provinces of thit Kingdom. L G ders have already taken the ufual Oaths,    Thi Magiflrates of Health, here, in Imitation of chore and that all rhe iubj cY> had received of Venice, have forbidden ail Commerce with Hungary, the kit Difpofitions or the hteEmprets, Tranfilvania, Sec. without performing 40 Days Quann-fglcrinus Memory, with Joy.   Every Thing ccnrjjjue*| tine to all Vcflels (torn tbt Courts* of Genoa and Tuf in pe'fcft Tranquility.    The Impertal OrdimuscM thati.�ny. L G hive been publifhed fince the Regency, have given the I Venice, T^ov. 19. The Am bafTador appointed to go more tatisfrQion toaU the fubje�is, as paitof the Conrrijfrom bence to Vienna, bat Orders to allure the Queen pt buttons due to the Imperial Treafury, hive been thereby, Hur.gary apd Bohemia, that the Republic will, with the remitted, and a general Pardon granted to all thofe who have betn condemn'd to die, 10 the Grilles, of to Banilh ment, excepting thofe convicted ol High Trealon, Robbery, or Murder. The Duke Regent, who, during the Life of the Emprefs, had uied his utmoft Endeavours to determine the Differences between Ruffu and Sweden, continues zealbufly to labour to accomplith that End, and has wiih tiiis View fen tone of his Secretaries to execute a Ccmmiflion at tht Court of Sweden. Mr Finch wrote by the fame {Secretary to Meff. Stanhope ard Barnaby, at Stockholm, to afiilt htm with their gr^od Offices. The Duke Regent has augmented theGanifon of this Place with 4&00 Mtn. G�i Petersburg!], November 12. Duke Anthony Uln'ch of Brnafwick has refigrTd all his Military Employments he fcdd hitherto, becaufe being the Emperor's Father, he thought k not becoming his Dignity to ferve under the Command of any other General. L E Petersburgh, November 15. The Duke Regent ap plies himleli With extraordinary Aihduiry to the Affairs cf the Empire. There fcarc^ly panes a Day but fame �ew Regulation appears which discovers the Penetration of his Higarifefa, and brs Zeal for the pnb2ick W�lfate,awi which at tfca fame tsae obtains his the Love of the Pea-pk, atkoare suable to cancels bow modi they are satis-, tied with the Admimflration of that Prince. Several Ruffian Lords, and other Peribns of Difbnction, lately go ingaooMHplnneju fain upon bis Regency, his Highnefe made * very fine fpeech on that Occafion, among ether Things said, *' Thattt was neither to gratify any parti cular -Defer in him, nor to ferve any private Iouacft, that he had charged himfelf with the heavy Burthen of the Regency, but that he had done it pure.y in Deference to the prefling inftancei and Comrnsitfl's of the latefLeoprefs, (if gbrions Memory, to whom he had infinijeObligitions: Thai ibey might allure tbemfeives he would adminiller the t&fhiia of the Empire .with all poflible Fidelity and Attention, having nothing fo much at Heart as to tender the RnfiranEmpire in general, as well as thaCondition of every iprivate Pcrfdn, happy and fiauriuing: That he would do impartial Juilice to all Mankind, without Ex cepttbn -of Pertoru; and in (hort, .that he would took upon the Ruffian Lords as his Brethren, &c." M. BeftushefF, Mrniffertrf this Court to rhatof Sweden, intimates, that, the Renpte at4rockho!n�.are in a .great Ferment coocern-ing the holding of the approaching Diet, and that there is vcrioes Talk about what will be propes'd, or refolv'd, upon mthat AHembly, whereupon a Couritrwas diipatch'J ed with new In&tu&ions for that Mrniikr. ,G tEii SWEDEN. Stockholm, uVcwonbrr 16.  The King b it preferst fo w�dl, that his Majeltyiet out the 1 tth infant to take, the Diverfion of Hunting at Noon.   The extnrocdinaty Jvlurion which i he,New3 of the Daarh of the Emprefs 0i Jtuffiaput-'fleople into, .is notto be expreJs'd.   Thtfame Day oa which that News arriv'd, as.w-rll aa.tbe Day tol bwing,:there was a greatCprrcourfeof People *tthc.feve-l rdrfeJontesofthe iiuffituj Minilter,tbr Count de St. Seve rin, Ambaflador of France, and Count Gyllenbeurg, Pie fidentof.the^Chaheery.   it's, pretended that the Death of her (Jaarifh Majefty wi)l greatly influence the �)�li*erati �. ons:3hd rRsiuItJol rhe .approaching General Diet.    G � DENMARK. Copenhagen, November 25. Mr. Bram, who Came ;ime hnce went into Fr.tnee, nas written, that by Virtue the'Powets gJVcn -him by .the College of Commerce, ire hadicoirtricted with rhe Merchants at Bourdcaux to J^ttheiri/fvetySearfrom .Jutland 6000 Ton* ef Beef, a; a certain ?rice fpccifi�d in ihe Contract. G E ITALY. �"Mapies, iNovember 9. .Since the Court rtcew'd the Neurof^cEmpsror'siDeath, the War Office ha� ifltied Orders ;fo> all: the Troops in this Kingdom and in $ictiy tahoWithtmC'lYe* in, readinais to inarch en rhefirftNo- litmolt keedinels, concur m all the Measures which fiiall be thought necefliry for coahrming that Princefs in tbi Poffei!ion of the Dominions of the laie Empeior her b\ ther. G E GERMANY Vienna, Nov. 12. O. S. Her Ma jelly receiv'd forae Days ago the Anfwer of the States General of the United Provinces, to the Letter ihc wrote to their High Mighrj-nefl'es, to inform them of the Death of the Emperor, and his Acceffion to the Throne of Hungary and Bohemia, and appears very well fatisfied with the obliging and affect ionaie Expreffions made ufeof therein by their High Mightineflcs. Vienna, Nov. 19. It's now thought that the Coronation of the Arcbdutcbeis, as Queen of Hungary, will not be foon as was believ'd. It icems that the Hungarians previoufly demand that fame of their pretentions (hall be granted to them, and have lent a Mcmoiiat upon this Subject to Coucr. As the adjnlting this AiEur will occa fion fome Delay, the Coronation will, in all Likelihood he put off till after the Delivery of the Qutea. LB TheMiniftcr of the Eieclor of Meexz has lately had a private Audience of the Q^ieen, at which he deliver'd her; a Letter from that Prirrce. who thereby aflVd her M3 : ji&j, that he would nfe his uttaoft �Jadeavoars, jotnrjyi with the other Princes of the Empire; id fupport rhe Gua- � jacty of the Pragmatick Sanction,  it has been pablifh'd, without Fouadarnon, that the King oi Sardinia has gurec the fame Aflurancevrthat Priacc net having guarantied the PrzgmaiicJB fir^fibepaonly charged his Minjfter at this Court to &&jjjt0h& he would #M Pieafure ac Jtnowledge herMisje%asQnesB,oiiiiUJgwy'and fiohe nia ; and that he deGr'd oori}iBf more- $a%o i#cj|tivatc friendlhip, and to Jive in sgood^ ,6Jad�efl*rJdtng with her;; and that on his fide, he wouki contribute thereto to die utmoft of his power. G El Letters of the 16th Jnft. O. S. from Francfurtfay, thapj the Eleclor of Triers has declared^ JChatHhe wdl be there toafM at the Election of axav Emperor.   And from Ratubon they write, .that tho* the Elector of Bavaria-has ordered bis Forces to be aiT-r. L G Berlin, Nov. 26.   All the Horfes for the Service of the Artillery are arriv'd,- Ache Number of (ixteen hundred, arid the Train is taken out of the Arienal, before which it is now drawn up, and ready to move at a Mi-nute'sWarning r as aieiilii 3u* the Regiments ofHorfe and Foot, .which had oceive'd Orders to prepare thernfelves for a March.   The Regiment of Sidow, and the Squi-dron of Geta-d' Armsihere. in Town, received Yeftrr-day the Route, which leads toward Francfort on tho Order, where it is laid Magazines of Hay and Oats have been prepared.   Some Additions have been made to the Regiments at firfr ordered to much, fox tht Matgrave of Bareuth's Regiment of Dragoons of ten Squadrons nas this Day began to move towards Francfort. S A *,ON V. Drefiien, iNovember 24- Since the King's Return to this Electorate, Orders have been, ifiued for raifing Re-ceuits.to complear the Troops. TheMiliJa, which con-fifisof xzooo Men, have received Orders to hold them-felves inreadine:s.tomarch. GE rHambourgn, November iS. The King of Poland, Elector ef Saxony, has earned a Monitory to Da publiflied, as Viatrcf theiia�pire,inith�Circles of Upper and Lower Saxonywhereby *be requiro all thePrinces and States, good State iof .Defence ; the repeated P�pkjateaii�oV Quern and the-.Grcat Duke of Tuicany, of .whom tht litter laid to.hip, . Power; -fie fliorfdlpireJntlw'Wctiern Circles which are under their AdmJ L G PORTUGAL SUBSCRIPTIONS for City.and Country 1 jortbis Taftr, are ta\m in    ik T miter her^i.   

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