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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - December 13, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol, IV. R 1 C HA R D R E I L LT. ^11 / W V Fr6,m' Saturday December the '13th, to" Tuesday December the 16th, 1740. Since our left arrived one Briofli Pacquet, which brought ivvo Ficavh, c*t Holland, and ivio Flanders Miiis. B A R B A R Y. :.u.. Cfaix^.daober io. O. S. HE Tranquility which was thought to be etfahbfitti JfctteM Farts, is diiiuibed by icings MWyi-Ahdalla's Cruelty, wta as Toon, as he arrived at Morocco, put the whedo Family of Ceksla.ro Death ; ........ vvbiclbfaciHfpdrawd twoothdr Farrtiltt!', JthaHhey took dace Advantage ofhis Joumry tojsiequinez, and.provlaiiijted Multy WMlldrdi^^irig of Fiz and Mo Vocip': And c'-jC Confpitacj.; ij "the more dangerous, bc-canfe ihefe. t�p Families are-able to raife a coriGderable Army'; and'tis fcarce doubted but the Blacks, "who, were alwaVs ot IWuly,Abdilla'i. Patty, .will upo� this 'Occafion Sbatidcn hjin. ...... . , S J E ; 1, tuss i a: ' : .;;:... Pefeftburgh; November 24,., The following are', fane frufii Particulars' reeling to the Aifeft of the D(ike of Courla'rjd. ,"'..'. .1 Tfi^'Reip^rtKJn of fecunng iis Perfon was ta�ea in �o AflemtTy^eM1'af the Palace of the Princefs Anhe, on the !g:h'|ofl'ant"at Nigru'y Icwditherereprefented, that the Regent Ead. evm before' the Deatht cf thelaie Emprcfs, abuTed trie Confidence repofed in him by her Imperial Majdfv: That keeping every Btfdy from coming war that Priocefs during the lait Moments of her Life, be had by biS'Artificeir got b'mfeif dtfclaj'd Regent of the Empire after her'Death : 7 hit being fofefy guided by an exceffive" Ambition, it was n> be fear'd that it would induce him to feizeupon the fovereign Authority: That certain indecent Menaces, from which he was rotable to rt/rain, made it appear hov# much th-t ambiious Man was to be fear'd ; and that therefore v was neceffiry to take proper Mea-toTes to flop the Effects- of his wicked Defigns. Thcfe Reprefentacicns were accompanied witli Orcnmltances which; amounted to Proo's The whole affemb'y deter-min'd, that the Regency could eat be leit in the Hands of the Dolce ofCourland, without expofing the Tranquility f {be State to imminent Dagger; and that coniequer>t'ty it Wat neceifapy to tak� it from him. to fecure his Pef&n, and oblige him to giva Account of the Truer r-pofed in aim. The Regency beit g in the mean time confer^ on thePrinceis Anne, the Order far aneltmg the Duke of Courland waS drawn Hp, aJ)d the Execution afEgn'd to Count Munich.: AN thir~C03rder of Sc. . Alexander, and the lait is alfo made Privy Councelior. . TheG�mtefs Munich, the FeitMarftal's Lady, is to havd thePrtoedency. immediately afer the PrinceiTes of the v Blood. ,Felt Marftal Murwch'i Adjutant Getjer'al Man. ilain, wb� was eraploy'd ia the fekure dl the'Duke, is made Colonel of the Ragiment of Aftracan, J** General . Bibparc's, which is reckoa'd one of the belt Regiments in theftrvic.�i �nd Ofterman will ftiil have the DapaTCment Of ForoigSiAfeiM- : : LG JUrttacs from Mit^u imCour!andiav,Mihat'thef expeA- ed ar Detacjim.ent 0& &t8nh Troops there tpeedily ; and ,it is faid that the Commandsfntjh�.i 0;d;rs td; feizent56p � alh the Archives of tfcat.D'utchy,- aJjt js expeftei that the t;prefent Duke will be diveiled of his Soverejgvtyj � People .ru TO,pft�$iC,;t We hear from \fanich, tkH there had been frequent Conference* held; in prrrfrite of tneir Electoral Hig&ncffcs of Cofegn-arVcf Brvarh, b^twe 'it tke Mmifters of ihd Electors cf MSytncf, Ssxorjy^ "arid Palatice, and thofe-ot file Court ot B'tvaria, thefobject of which is faid to be th*apprdfcninffi!e1il:ion' of arr Erh peror. JD A Cleves, December e/, *Tis-rt^erttfd that his franlfn Majefty has order'd ibtne Rtfgifhtnts to march tow^rJs that Dutchy. ' , � - �  ^ P R U S SI A. Berlin, December 6.' The Artillery defigned for the Troop which have received OrdWs t� march, fee. out. yefterd T U-G At '' ' ; ;'[] From on hbStd 'the-Fly Sloop^at:LTsfedrr,: tiQv.-f? ;V it piriiraS Men 8f.fr Train^afto i:i Siitbrs. '*'"  - ' . L'G g"on julf named Arribiifaddr at the Court of Spain. ..... HOLLA N D. Hague, Kov. 30. Letters from Madrid of the 4th. fnitani ad.-ife, that Commodore Pjzarro, who fet bit from St. Andero, fome time fince, with five or fix Mea of War, bet wis driven back to that Port by a florin, has weighed Anchor again, and is gone to the Weft Indies-. SJE. As the King of Spain has not, after the brave Example of moil of the other European Powers, guarantied the Pragrmrick Sanction, fo Letters both from Paris ana1 Ma* drid advife, that bis Catholick Majefty is preparing to form Pretenfions upon certain Territories ia Italy Part of the SuccefEon of the, late Empe or. The Queen af pain labours. uncffiV ttfe moft cruel difejuietude, from tha Defign which tfre' King her Hatband has again formed to jtbditttte tht, Capt. Daitc,n,who fail'd the mo'ning bafor*thettorm, ^rVedhcWtrjrs^ornihg ; his SHip was drove to the Eaft i(frd% of Porto1 l^ico, -'kaorigfV-the'ffioal/, wheie he anchoF-?A roThiirt, rrtyfirig c~ut' ewiy his1 mil's, in theftoria^ He i^ts fav'd near jqo hoefhe-ds of hii lupar^'autaivaa up SUBSCRIPTIONS fit City *nd Country, Jer this Paper, are taktnth by the printer berecj. ;