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   Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - December 16, 1840, Dublin, Dublin                                Vol. IV. RICHARD  R E I L LT. Nu.vb. 413 r. From Tuesday December the j6ih, to Saturday December the 20th, 174c. LVniuI h�vi�gbc2B info nied thereof,' htd caut'd the Hiip and the Privateer to be Irop'd; bcr that the latter had f.:i 'a in ihc Ntght, aud carried away the Dutch fhip with him. G E GERMANY Vienna, November 23.   TheQuten cf Hiirjr.rv nr'; Bohetiia has deciar'o, that in ojdtr to adrainiilar her Go-remrasnt in the beit manner, Ihe has made her Cn fort the Gieat Duke of Tufcauy, Jeht Recent with her of a!! her Dominions, as fa-at itc6i,fitted with the Pr^ma ick Sanction    Yefie.-day Prince Chares of Lor rain was ct clar'd Field A,Jarlhal; the Com mind cf the Regiment cf! fnv Hone iate Odveyer's, was given to the P'ince cf B-:-):ei-1 field ; the Regiment of "Drsgjons late Philippic, to Ge-j neral Balayra ; young Waliis's Regiment of F- or is given to young DaLn, the lata Marfhal Wiiiheck's bem2 given ! iioce my laft arriicd two BrjjifJi Pack' ts, which b-ougb-Mt Frcnc:., two l'cii-r,d, ai,dtne flanasrj Mai). P O L A N D. BantitiJc, November 20. O. S. 'Ehear from Petersburg!), that the Duke of Couilind had fign.d ar Order a few Days before his Fall, for ra;fuig frefh kecrmts in order to c mpJeatalJ tfmLand Fords, whlci. would  1 hen  have   ccniiiied   ct 253,000 Men, inclrding the J luffars and Walachians, bu txdufive of the CoiTacks, Clmucks, and the Naval For ces.   1 hey add, that the Duk? had iikewife dilpjfed of feveral Civil and Military Employments;  but that mcft of thofe who obtain'd them have ftnee {hated in his Dil grace. SJE Other Advices from Petersburgh inform us, that the Jfrom his Pruifian M^ity, whttein he pn mifes all th-Duke of Courland was 1191 clofely confin'd in the Cafi.'e; Affiihnce he is able 10 give for mair.raining the Term- of:    Berlin, Nov of Sib/loflWbourg. and that it was reported he wuuld be | the Pragmatick Sanction touchrn � ihe iucctiiion      -'- ---' fent into Pxde to Siberia, with fome of thofe moft attach'd'Fmnrf-'''c H�^ira,, n,T ;,;�,,,b vk- nwr.,rh SAVOY Turin, Nerember 28. Oritn hsre bsen femt t� f�i Regimmts cf Hcrie ar.d Foot to march towards the Ne~ varois and Tcrtonois. One cf thcta Regiments isdeiigii'4 n reinforce the Garrifon of Tortona. (J S S A X O N V. Hamburgh, Dfom'.er 9    We hear from Berlin. th:t the Artillery deu,n'd for the intended Cmp let forward the dth Ici: Grertidti-TS, or fid- of f: FAc n ir,t,   ' rod ;ur Ea rer;r.g .�:s, 1 and 2CO vi-ii tin E.T-jrtc of feveral Ccmpanie? ct tne Raiment or Dtfiau.   This Traia ".rcc, eighteen Field Pieces, a Wucgr.ns kd tlie Kegiiuents quartered in this Town, hava received Orders to h la ihemfelves in readinefs to march. I he A1 my for the ituendeu Expedition is augmented to 2r,ooo .\'en, the grenteit part of which is n�w actually in motion. They march iti two Columns, enc will pa6 :h; Oder at Cutt:m, ar.d the i.ther at Franckfort; and it is f.ii I::-t pre of thtfe Columns will certatnly be ia Milefia by the 9th frit, which is next Friday ; the Gens c'Arms and Artillery will move from hence To morrow, Sydow's Regiment of Fout cn Tuefday, and Kleits's on Thurfcay next. LG Berlin, Dec. C. The Artillery, Gens d'Arms and Sydbw's Regiment of Foot have begun their march towards bilefia : and two Days hence Kleits's Regiment will follow : His Pruitian Majefly's Field Equipage waa alfo fent off this Day ; he propofes to be prefent as thefe Troops enter into Silefia, for which purpofe'he will fet cut from hence cu the 10th or 1 zth Inflant. L Q From the^Amllerdam Gazette. Berlin, Dec. 12. We fee here the following Mani-feilo of the King of Prufiia : " The King by ordering h:> Troops to march into bilefia, has not tiken that :.ep with any bid Defign againit the Court cf Vienna, ar.d much !ef* w.th any View to trouble the Repofe oi the Empire. His M:;j >ily thought himfeif indifpenfibly iob'tocd without delay to h ve recou'.e to that Method, ta re^Tunis the incotiteilable Right, of his Houfe to thac Dutchy, f.uidtd upen the antient Treaties or Agreements between trie Electors of Brandenbourg and Princes lofSiL-fia. gary and Bohemia, i:> to be one Article of tlrfs Treaty.1 t. ountCollo:edo, who has been at Triers, has receh'd p^- j of SiL-fia, as well as on feveral other good Titles. Th* fitive AlTurances from the th-cT';r, that he wit' conrnr, prefent C'rcuriuianccs of Afrairs, and the juil Apprehea-witb thofe Prince* and States of the Empire who Ui ve de- \ fions he was under of b ing prevented by thote who f.*ai clai'd ier maintaining the Rights of ihe Qijeen of Iiun i Prttenfiotis to the fuccciuoa of the late Emperor, requir*.' gary, Ac. G E j Difpatch in this Enterprize, and Vigour in its Execetion Hanover, Decrmierg. The Mo.niag in order to ee ibsri'e on by 3 Ceur er frciu Beilin. We expr the Neighbourhood of tJirs City, two Pruffi^n Regiments ;'. the Intereit of the Hcule of A uttna greatly at Heart, and it is faid tuey arc p=rt of the Bcdy of Troops which ihe ! to be it; firmell filiar and fupporton every Occaiioatbat Ki1   of Prufih is filing off ><.wards Sitrfia. D PI may dfcr. ! HUNGARY Preiburg, November 2.-'.   The Veldt Mirflnl Count Palty, Palatine of Hungary, ha 63 Meo, being got to the Canaries to make a bold irivke, had landed fifty two of theit Crtwon an Ifland be>onging to Spain, who meeting with no refi tin nee, .ar.d being g ne too far up the Cotmtry, the Inhabitants had hid them/elves in Ambufh, and cut oJH the retreat, whereby part of them were killed and th* retl c.ken Prifcner.- j thoieon board feeing their fhip-mate� did rot return, failed bick for Gibraltar- MS Madrid, Nov. 28. Part of the Troops that aremarcn-ing into Catalonia aie to pafs into Italy. It's confirmed they are to maintain Claims in the Dutchies of Tufcan^, Parma ar.d Pacer.tir. The Ccurt has received a Letder from thi A-cndutchefs, acquainting the King with h�r 'Accrfiion t.i the Throne of Hungary and Bohemia ; buc this meets with ioune Difficulties on account of the Titles in tint Letter. * M5 F�ANC� SUBSCRIPTIONS for City and Country, jorthis Paper, *rt taken in by the ["inter hereof.   

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