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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - February 28, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol.V. RICH A R D R E I L L Y. e Dublin News-Letter. Numb. 435 f From Saturday February the 2o/Z>, to Tuesday March the 3J, 1740. LaaNic^t arrived cna Bri'.ilh Pacquet, nnd cn Sunday anowcr, which brought ens French and two Holland Mails, viz. RUSSIA. Petersburg*!, January zo. r H E Queen of Hungary has contented to put Count Munich in pofftffion of th> Lordfhip of Warte'nburgh, firuate in Si-lefia, and of which the Great Dutchefs has m?de a prefent to that fir ft Mmifter. --- Tn is Eftate, which did belong 10 the late Duke of Courland, has bjen fequeftered by Older of her Imperial Highnefs. The Court will fpeedify caufe a Manifefto to be pablifh'd, wherein will be fet forth the Conduct of the lite Duke of Courland, from the Time of his Elevation to that of his Dilgrace; the means whereby he raited himfelf; the Part he has had in the principal Affairs of the Empire, and in the mod important Negotiation?; the ambitious Views which he had formed during the Life time of the late Czarina, in order to divide the Sovereign Authority with her, and in the end to veil it entirely in himfelf; the intrigues whicli he has made ufe of to acccmplifh this Defign ; the Re/ectment which he has (hewn to perfons of the full R?.nk, as well as toothers of a !e!s diftinguifh'd Condition, whole only Crime was in not approving o>, or favouring bisYiews; the want of Rtfpect to the Duaheis Regent, and to Duke Anthony Ulrich of Brunfwick her Contort; the D:ftruclion which he meditated of certain Perfons whose Credit gave him Umbrage ; the immente Tseafure which he has amafs'd doring the Time of his being in Favour ; and in fhort, all his other Prevarications, for which it has been relo'ved to ( banifithim into Siberia. In this Manifefto will likewife be fet forth every thing which relates to MelT. Charles and G'jftavus Biron, General Bifmark, and others, who we:e in the Confidence of the Duke of Courland. The Engineer lent into Siberia to build a Hcufe ihere for the Reception of the Dukeof Courland, had Orders to put Pallifadoes round ir, and to make it a fort of a Fortrefs; it will be of great Extent, capable of lodging a vaft Number of People, and will have no other Windows than what fhall look into a Court. SJE Petersburg, Jan. 27. An Order was Yefterday pubJifh'd that all Officers and Soldiers abfent nn Furloes fhou.'d return to their Pcits by the latter End of March ; and at the fame Time Qrders were iffued for raifing forthwith 30000 Recruits. Mt- Finch, Minifter Plenipotentiary from the King 0/ Great Britain, had on Sunday laft an Audience cf her Highnefs the Grand Datchefs ; in which he complimented her, in the King hts Mailer's Name, on her Regency. And M. B�ckhofF, the Danifh Envoy, had alio an Audience of her Highnefs the fame D:y, to compliment her, in the King his Matter's Name, upon the lame Occafion. LG SWEDE N. Stockholm, Feb. 1 2. As the Dyet advance in their De liberations, we perceive mere and more th-t the Mrafures taken in the laft will be clotely foilow'd : The greatelt Unanimity r;jgns among�tbe Nobility, and the other Orders of the Kingdom appear fu'/y convinced 0/ the Ntceffity of thofe Meafures. The fecret Committee will forthwith make a Report of their De'iterations to the D>et, after which the States will take a final Refolution, which we expert will be a very remarkable one. Sweden, by the good Order which has been re eftjbliffced in her Finances, and the Alii ances fhe has made, finds her fclf in a Condition to give great Weight to her ReWutions, Our Troops having be n augmented to 80,000 Men, we can, in cafe of need, reinforce our Army in Finland to 50 or 60 000 Men. The Fleet, which confifts cf 22 Ships ot the Line, and 10 Frigates, is in as gooi a Conditkn as cm be ueiir'd. The Conferences which Mr. Butnaby, charg'd with the Bitifh AfFii.'j, has had with Count Gyllenbnurg and the other Mi nifttrs, roufd on the Convention r.ldtingto the Affair of Porto Novo. G E GERMANY. Vienna. Feb 4. O. S. The Levies go on with all the Succefs imaginable; never did we lee luch Numbers of young Men voluntarily offer,to inliil in the Queen'sTro.-ps: Jt is the fame in all t;!C Hereditary Countries, and upwards of6coo Genc'emcn, chiefly Hungariin;, have offered to ferve at their own Charge in the War againft the Pruffians. SJE M. de Grave, Agent of the Aulick Council, having refuted to divell himfelf of the Ch racier of Reiident from the King of Pruflia, which he bore, the Court has order'd him to retire .within eight Days fiom her Majelly's Dominions. A few Days ago a Spaniard of the highefl Di-ftinction, who has refided here thefe teveral Years, was arretted and carried to the Caiile of Neulladt: He appears to be the Duke d'Uzeda, who formerly had a Penfion from the Crown of Spain of 15coo Florins. The Queen fent 30 of the Guards with a Captain to apprehend him, and his Papers are all tejz'd and carry'd to Court. ! he Marquis de Pacheco has alfo been apprehended, and commuted Trihner to Neulladt, for holding, as 'tis faid, an unlawful Correfpondence with Spain. Many more Perfons are taken in:o Cuftody, the Names unknown, only 'tis faid n of 'cm are Men of Confequencs, and one of them a Spanifli Officer of the Regiment of Lorrain: And all portable Search is making, after another Perfon in the Confpiracy, if not \ at the Head of it, who was very converfanc with a great many confiderable Famiie.-of that City, foretime? iif the Drefs of an Abbe, and at other times in a Liy-IIibr. SJE Breflau, Feb. 5. O. S. The Veldt-Marfhal Schweria has pub!ifhed a Declaration on":he Frontiers of Moravia, Cgni-fying to the Inhabitants of' that Principality, ' 1 hit tr.e King of Pruffia, far from imenciing to do them any Harm, has no other View but to make them feel the Effects of his Royal Protection; that therefore his Pruffian Majefty hopes they will carefully avoid taking up Arms againft him or a-gainft h is Troops, otherwife they muft impute to themselves the mifchief that may befai them, if they oblige his Pruffian Majefty to treat them as Enemies.' The Pruffian Tr Jops who were marching towards the Confines of Mora via, are actually re-aftembhng in the heart of this Country. We have received advice, that the 26th ult. in the Night, the Garrifon of Neifs made a (ally on the Pruffians, in wnich they took 30 of the latter Prifoners, with one of their Officers. Generat Brown, who had retired towards Olmultz, has been joined by the Regiment of Spleni, HuiTars. G E Munich, Feb. 18. A Refolution has palled for augmenting the Bavarian Cavalry ; feveral Undertakers being engaged to furnifh 4 or 5000 Hories for that Purpote. Our Elfftar will be able to bring an Army into the Fie.'d next Spring of 25000 effective Men, but we do not yet know on what S.de it is- to act. MS SAXONY. Hamburgh, Feb. 24. We hear from Copenh-g?n that they are fitting out fix Men of War there, and that levsral Regiments in Norway are ordered to be ready for marching on the firil Notice, but that the Deflination of that Squadron was not known, nor the Place where thole Troops ate to rendezvous- MS PRUSSIA. Berlin, February 21. The King has receivrd an Exprefs, that Major General de la Motte, at the Head of a Detachment of his Majefty's Troops, after a long Blockade, and fome Lofs by the frequent fallies of the Beiieged, made himfelf Mafter of the important Fortrefs of Jabelonka, the Gir-rifon being reduced to the laft Extremity, and Uaron oReilly the Governor being defperateiy wounded, whereupon the place was furrender'd, and the Ganifon permitted to retire with Colours flying and all other military Honours, fo matched to join General Brown. DA This Place is the more conliderable, ra it is the Key of Silefia on the Side of Hungary, from whence there lies no other Paflage into that Province. SJE News airived to-day, that a Body of 1500 Aufi-ian Troops had come to attack the Baarg cf Fridec near Trrp-pau, wherein was a Garrifon of 500 Mm, command d by M-jor Mtmcftovv ; but had been repuifed with the io:s o! about 60 Men killed, befides the wounded. GE The 8th Inllant at five in the Morning, the King fet out for Silefii : His Majeify reckon'd to be at Croifcn in the Evening, which is above 16 Ge-man Miles frcra this Capital. The Regiment of Kalttcin began its Marcn the fame Day for Silefia, and was fol.'ovv'd this Morning by that of Piince Frederick. A hundred B >ats are getting ready for embarking the heavy Cannon and war.ike Stores deiigu'd for Silelia. SJE ITALY. Leghorn, Feb. 10. On the 9th failed from this Port hi: Britaanick Majelly's Ship the Kennington, Car>t. Peyton Commander, with 16 Merchantmen ur.der his Convoy for Engiaud. I G Leghorn, Feb. 11. The Britifh Conful is gone fo Florence, to impart the Orders he has from his Court for railing Magazines here for a Squad on expected in ihete Seas to that Government, and agreeing with them on that Head. t MS Venice, Feb. 1 1. Our Regency feems fomewhat ur.ealy at the movements the Turks continue to make in Albany, where they are affcmbling Troops, laying in great It ore of Provifions. Some Councils have been he'd on this fubje>lt, and feveral Orders have lately been fent to D-lmitii. We hear from Tuic^ny, that the Impeiiaiilh are ca'iing up a Line or Fence on the Frontier;, to fecure the open Country againft the Inroads the Garrifups of Orbitello and other Places on the Coafts of Tufcany might make. MS SPAIN. Madrid, Feb. 7. The Preparations for the Expedition to Italy arecontinued, and the Duke de Montemar, who is to command it in chief, is getting ready his Equipige with the utmoil Expedition. It's thought the Troops for that purpofe will be ready to march by the end of next Month. Several Couriers are lately arrived from Paris and other Places, which have given occafion for great Conferences at the Pardo. The Court has lately fent an Exprefs to Cadiz, with frefh inilructions for the refpective Governors in A merica. ms Madrid, Feb. 7. Ths King has order'd a Lift of Pri foners taken in the Englifh Ship, and carry'd into St. Sebi-ftian's, and other Spanifh Ports, to be laid before him, in order to caufe a Cartel to be drawn for the Exchange of Spanifh and Englifh Prifoners. G E � Gibraltar, Jan. 18. Admiral Haddock is flill in this Bay with his Squadron. The Hargrave, an Englifh Privateer, has taken five Spanifli Ships on the Coaft of Spain, and brought them into this Port: She alfo burnt a Spanifh VelTel, and funk another. * SJE Madrid, Jan. 26. O. S. The Court has rcceiv'd a Courier from Cardinal Acquaviva, with Advics of fi-me Diffi- culties ariten in reg-.rd to the Bull demanded of the PqpC for railing the Tenth-penny on all the Revenue-of the C'e -gy in this King.!cm : That Courier hs been fent, back with nil ructions on that Head. The D-jke ce Moyteraat icckons to tec out forthwith for Catalonia. t is ce::a:n that the Spinifh and the Walicon Regiments of Gu rdai are crJer'J to march to Catalonia, except a Detachment! of each, who are to ftay at home to mount Guard wbr.rei thet Majcries ref:de. The Great Duke cf Tufcany's Minifter 13 fti.I here, but does not appear at Court. A Courier is gone to Nap with, a Phn for dhlribu.ing the Spanifh Troops in the ;>:. re .1 the Garrifons. t'j aiTur'd, that his Majefty purfuant to the Report ot the Commiila-r.es who have examin'd into the Ccr.cui: cf the late Governor of Porto Bello, has imposed no ^ri.er Penalty upon him than :.) je imprilon'd a certain NumL-er �.f \ears. A Project has been lent to America for fecure.'y bringing btcfc the Galleons. SJE F RANCE. Port-Louis, Feb. 9. O. S. Purfuant to Orders from Court, we are converting into Men of War three Ships of Foo Tons each, two of 450 each, and one of 150: Thefe fix Ships arc to be joned by two Men of War equipped at Breft. Ya/ious Conjectures are form'd in regard to this Arr mament ; but mult People are inclin'd to think it is dcilgnr ed to fucco-jr the Portuguete at Goa : Though this w^nts Confirmation, yet it is certain this Squadron is to go to thi End-Indies. Our Eaft India Company have refolved to fen Cat:iol ck MajefAy to dsfift fiom his Lciii'ns upon lurcany or any ot/.ercf the imperial re.-ritories in tt-ly, lo that the Tranquility of Europe may not te tiruer embroiled. The Let:e-s from P.ris farther fav, that they had Advices from Cadiz, that the fix M<.n of War cquipp'd t'ere, were to l-.il to meet the French Admiral d'Antrn, wiio, as'twas reported, would fail frum the Weil Indies homewards, jo bring home the Treafure which fhould h2ve been brought by the Galleons, the French having valuable properties on board. SjS Bruffcls, \farch 2. An Exprefs arrived here from Barton Warner, the Queen of Hung:ry's Minifter ct Paris, with Difpatches of great Import;mce: from which Place we hear, that the French King is augmsnting his Tiorip} with S^ofctO Men, upwr.ids of 4C00 hirfes have- b;en bought up jin Ctiefe P^iits to remount his Cavalrv. MS Antwerp, Feb. zz. N. S. The D-ftrctcrs wh'ch h^ve of late fublifted between the G. ve-nirtn: cf Bruile's and that of Liege, were �.cyjl\cd terr.e L\.y.-, by 2 p-ovijio-nii Agrecmenr, which relt'.-res :h: f-tc I ; crcoar.e o: Com- merce betwe.n the faid Cou :ngs upon the fame Foot they were when fe Arena, .teh.fs afiumed the Government of the Lo.v C\ ur. tics, thi iac-i Time as they fhall be farther and more nn.-.ily I'ethed in the Cor.terexces which 2re appointed to be he!J Ij; tiiat Parpui'c vvithtn the Space of tluee Month:. LG ;