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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - April 5, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. IV RIC HARD REILLT. Numb. 339 The Dublin Ne^ -  . . . - _ _ i_- 1  '"',""r'�' ~ 1 1 *"- /-'-. - ..... From Saturday April the 5th, to Tuesday AprtI the 8th, 1740. Since my Jaflt attired: one Britifh Tacquet,- which ,, ";*CbrotigitTone French Mail. wMoflt a laigeSafpjy.frAm the Government, 'tis ihdbght this Prbj&fc cannot be put in Execution, by reafbh of the gittt E*ptnce that will attend it. * Oh the it^h-paft,1 artIndrnarion from the Secretary of State was notified" toralffuchPer K*�g^^ in that King; Sicilies* to.wodHce their reipeSirePatefiW it th^ Repnblkk'Of Saii M^nnom its an-dtewWeftdom, Itepa^etf thenee to his Goyeriitnent of I Vtibg&S .,^rfefrAf*tofthte faid Republick is lately1 rettH-aii tb!this Ch/i'!to rfetify to the CoHege of Car-' dilialB!thVR*p^lic�VThanKs for' theLibwry. teflo-rtd to-themv: f6ti thfe 28th paft died Cardmal Otto-boni, in his7^d Year, of a violent Fever^ "By his 2>6ath.^eeirtfe vacant'� the Vice- Chancellor fhip of the See of Rome, the Deanry of the Colfegeof Cardinals, a%dttfrP!r6teaormu>;of^knce.' Oh the, 29th, Car-d4oa!> John Baptift-AhHCri was ftized with anApo-pkftick Fit j the fame Day Cardinal Laurerice Altieri h& Brother was taken ill of a violent Pever,: anj both removed to their Palaces. On the 2d lnftant Cardi-nal LamWtini, Aichbifhop' of Bologna, and on the 3d Cardinal Spinola,- Viceligate of Bologna, arrived herer to attend the Conclave:- On the 7th. Cardinal Belluga was taken ill of a'Fever, occafioned by a Fit of theStrangury, anid^vas removed from the Conclave to"h*�-Palac:. ;Th*is: City never enjoyed To much Tranquility in" the Vacancy of the Papa! See as at prefent; all the Precautrons taken to prevent Tumults haveprov'd foefreftual, that every thing partes without Ae leaft DiJlurbance. Many FacTiions however prevail among the Cardinals, fothit it is probable the Conclave may fell forae Time' b";fore they come to^aft Ele&ori-of-a-new Pope.' The Prince of Sjuita Croce hai'rag received Tome Days' ago' a Com-pUmeritof Cbngratulatidrrfrom theCoIfege of Cardi-nalsi npor> hii ?eihg appointed the Emperor's Atnbaf-fador-to the Conclave, -will make his publick Entry po-ioorrow*'�� - . ��>�* - - -' LG P.S. Cardinal John-Baptift Altieri died in the edfclave-the;i4thbTiail Month; he ha* left Legacies to his Servants to - the amount of 3006 Crowns; the : reft of hii precis�goes to the Nuns of St. Catherine's, of ^hich'Cohvent he;was Protector; and Cardinal' Lawrence Attieri !is'given over by hir Phyficians? the'^eycr-hai alforetui'n'd upon the Cardinal Bel-, kga. " f ' ' * - '� ^ LB i.'�A33a*�'-March 16/' Preparations are made here* for the Reception of the Great Duke of Tufcany,' v�ho:4r�kpe�led from Vienna' in the Spring. It is &idhis-Royal Hfghnefs will pafs fome We.'ks iri this City, ibJ^ne Re'prdceeds to Florence. The Rigoars of the Winter Seafoii iri3 thefe Park have occafioned m^empSrg; which have"carried off a'great Number of Pei>ftai?, efpecially in the ppsn Country. On the &b?K>fla8t- Jni the Night the fine Theatre at Reggio was by fome Accident not yet known fbt, cn Fire, and imafejv^ipurf Wrui to the Ground. - Trie Cardinals de.Rohaa and d'Aavergne, havepifRd-through this :The � fame!Day -the Prince d'Elboeiif Mnved ftere r�om AmbrogiamH ^ther,:aTter%^ngc^mphmenty4fty | Eleclref^Oowag^rPalatineileTeTmm^b^ jrthr* There is an Account from Bargia in the Great Duke!s Dommions,: th^fah Eafth*^^ *Whiclt otifthetith Inttani wsti (At- here bat "did at thkt Place i-iiiri 12' Hbilfis; yet only1 three^rJansj were killed.' The Pl�n ptopofed and lent to^^fenni by: M. de BrairtWitrv t^'eftabtifh the Militia on theTa'rneFaot asthbfedf the King of Sa^rrfcfc-irTetfrned arid-approved by the Oufly avoid havftrg any Rencounter with'the Engiifh^ and-ooiy takes upon it to convoy the Galleons, Sec. irt order to fecure the Riches which the Subjecls of the tltoff Chriftiaii Ring have on board the" fame. Wha ban be fure that this, fpecious Pretext given out fotj fending ar Squadron into the Wefi-indies, is not 3 ft'ece of French Poiky to draw in other Nations to Tapport them in it, as particularly the Republicks of. Holland, Venice, and Genoa ? Now fhould the Eng. l3h fuffer this.Squadron to pafs unmoleiled, 'tis more than probable that the Coilrt of France would take fo favourable an Opportunity of declaring idclf in favour: of Spain, becaufe it would, in fome Degree, have it in its Power* to protect th'eSpanifh Poffeffions in America, and to- prevent Great Britain from making any further Advantages in thofe Parts. France is onque-iHonably much nettled at the Succefs of the Englifh "vtk America, as well as at the Interruption of her Com' merce there; for this Reafon fhe gives out, in order to prejadice Foreigners againft the Proceeding of this laft Nation, that the Riches which come from Spanifli America is the common Treafure of all the European Nations, of which the Crown of Spain is, and evet fince the Difcovery of that Country has' been tha.. Guardian ; ir is therefore the common Intereft of Ea� the 16th, afttir-having pa^his^Diiry to the ^le^tefe- rope to prevent the Spaniards from being drove ou7o� Dowagiar^ Palatine, and ^teH1 the Miniffers^ prb- the Poffeffion: of any Parf ^^bf thofe'Dommions SucS ceeded to Rome in1 tH&'Cti$i$Mr&Winffifti^ - L- ->-- ' ^* the Great Duke^tdthe Cbnclavti,vJ .U;""V "�'G*i Pai-isiAptf4. Letters" frbia*^�frM im^, thkt his Catholicfc' Majefty had g�2n ^eft'Orders to his General.Officerstb holdthdr^relp^veRe^mentstn re3dine(s towtarcK opotj thefirft Notice for the Coaff of Catalonia, which made'� befieVd .that1 fonie En-terprize-of Important wasiwtEir Anvil, -S J E. I 'Tis-added.-thaf AdmiraJ;rder� to thtir Arribaffador at Paris, perempto ri!y Ko demand what it ?s defigned for. ft Is for the met! pSrHjelieved, thatthiSqaadrbn eqmppjng there is'irrtcndbd-'fot tfie Baltick, 'which Opinion is founded upbhTdins News lately rtteived here/ tfeat'predifts a "Storm-tb^befifing-.� the'North,1and -which gives Advice, that the Court of ftanc^har negotiated- at effectually to arifwer the Purpofe of the Britifh Nation, than for it to krep Pofftffiorr perhaps of.any. of them ; fbt by this Means the.Eng(ifh will, in the' firft Place, enerware and impovefifn an implacable Etremy^ botwiriial fo wealt and impofitltk, that the' k? prtiKtrd aud Apparent Intaell hai ilivsy> ixca to \m if* friendship with if haxytt beett witnoat-anytoUs"'Etimiy; Aether hiftvamsfi that feeras natural ^.accr^frpm tfca Way "of tVocecdiiig ist ^iw-hi^Hh fa^a^ wiU -baiiHte -gfcrttft -ftare^ti^ the-ftsai^rta" ;