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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - October 25, 1840, Dublin, Dublin *,�k-.> Vol. IV. RICH D RE 1r L IT, Numb. 398 etier From Satukday Oftober the 25th, to Tue?dAy O&cber the zSth, 17.1c. Since our fall arrived one Britifh Pacquer, which brought die f.ei.cli a:ici cue Ho.'Jaiid Mm!?, viz. I T a I^Y. Naples, O&.-.ber 4. II E King h2s order'd a Camp to 1c lyrm'd at Bun* ; the 1 roops dtiiiiiV far that purpoi. r:e actually on their March cinther. The St. Pmlip M n of War.--whit h hid b.en long expectec frum Cadi;', .unveil here the 28th oi lafl 'Mouth : -tie fill in ui.h the Erg P R U S S I A. . Berlin, Oct. 1;. ,Th- King has puWifli'd an Edict, graining .Leave to the refcnnonitcs to come ?mi ietde tr. fiuffi-j, who are. "an Ariab*ptiltacal 6Vifl, Follower* a: Mennon of FiitfLna that Iiv'd in the fix'teenth Century ; who, tho hen a* act thjfrltcf the Acabaptifis, yet v/a the tirit that threw cir the iinthunafiick Revelations ard millenary Opinions ct the or-*~ fending Gut their Breft snd Tculon Squsc'rcns, yet they are unwilling to be lojk'i upon as Aggif.iT)r3. The ritical Situttion of rhe Afrairs 6* Europe, rer.der'c 10 principally by the Conduct of the Court of France, very much irnbarraiTes the i\epublu.k, as well as feverai private Members thereof : TI12 States General, thro' th-Fear of being oblig'd to make a greater Augmentation ci i\ip;it. sai ill- refolt cf :-?k- ;>sra:� was r-imoA onani-moafly to renew rhe Inifrecfiun.s i>r.t la ft Year to' their Cammifficner in Parliament, in behalf ot the P'scs-Bi!!, and for making Pari talents annjal, erst .'oo'^eit r�icnni-sl; ar.d by a majority of above two to one, * >..->- prov'd of the Kdblve made '-aii Year ag-.mti chui:tw , ay Place-rwtn to reprtfent this Coar.ry in ParJiament at the ntxt Election iAnizluthian^'X(a^^ sgainji th'e eext E---fcciv n." ' LB Eimbufgh, Oil id.J Oa Tveiday the 7th Infent, being tke druirtary J5^y for held ing the Michaelmas Head CoufffoxhC'Shihe of Renfrew i there waa a very nnme-rouj meering.Of the Fr5ehf>ldersof th^fi:d Court}', wha after having- affiled the Rcls with great Dccmc) and Order, in Terms cf rr� A^fs rf p2ri.w.n>enr for that pur-p.->ie, unanim-' ufly sg^ed, thst the fasd Roll, as thro rru.ee-up, 'foou-dbe linmcdiate'y inferttd in the.Sheriff's B--.(.k, ai.d dtcLr'd to t� ci.e only Rt!l :o be nied or cith'd.-' at a*y pofterior 'In-tA mcnt% or for chtrirng .1 rncmbrr of Pariisment torepreftat tLeiaid Connty on the ta-lingo'3 new Parliament; and it being rrovrdby one A-rhe Freeholders, that .as Alexander Cunningham ot riicSt Fee or Reward, fo the m^erirg fhcold jrnpower their Preies to reroTn-him their he�rty and-iincereThanks f r nis Set vices in this-preient Parliament, and to invite tim to-ftwid Candidate as-am for the laid Comity on the calling of a new Parliament, which was agreed to ; and lciordrngly Sir Micaee? Stewart cf BlackhaU, AdyoC3;e, iheit Picks, did, ir. the "Name or the meeting1, return Phank*-'"c-.>- Alexandrr- Cunnii:gh?tn of'Oafgends, �jq; fiirhis .-ervices ir. P^rliimenr, *nd- inrked him to fiand for ihe laid County at the next EhcTon, L E 1 Ik- Cov. p^r Elecfian cf Migiilra-.es wenrentirely in Favoor of the Gent'efrien on cite Country Intereil. L E Guns," and very well equipp'J with eve y ihiny; tit for her; large wfcdrof latsYcars hive gone out of ih.-fe Pro-, iact Defi'gn ; and that he an;uckily came in her VVay-to th: j into that iSmgdom, where the Government has the Ad Leeward of her, acd feein" it itnpoflblc to. eic pe, hs'dre^^to draw Mfney from Foreigners, by giving tl.em' went with ail the fail he could up towards her. wi;h 1 2 .hrgelntereft-for it- -and thereby - in fome fort making Wooden Gunsof hismaking, fince he left Newfoundbud, 'tiiem dependant. This Reafen may pebbly not a litrle and Tarpaulings all round the Veffrl: Thit the Privateer contribute to theP?.rty:of Necrfality, to which Ptople are finding him'approach him, and thinking h,im in good fo ftrongty ihc:in'a5fe-mtl�ts Country- G i: Order for fighting, went from him, and never fir d a J � A private Le'tteV-frbrn'-H'Rrcver,' dSta^the 17th Infhm; Gun1, which gave him a great deal of Pfeafute': That the* asJvites, that whHftthe1 Kirg of -Great B'ita in was theri-; Bonetta M?h of War hath tak- n a P. i-.ateer, nr.d brd/i")it one of the miniilers told Caunt d'Oltiirr,-- tfe - Imperia! h^r in here, and is-.gomg to leak for .two more thaL^lrn�ft every BodywavgreiMy iuipriz'd iM of a Dutch 5hJp twoDeysp.lt, eleven Leguesioff to'hear/rJarhiVFmperial Maj-fly? Jhtw'd-'b-.-'induc'J toj the'Bar, and took irom hira.Pcwdtr and Ball, ar.d-Pio- France to ehgSg-' hfia^fto oblerve it Neetrafity in th% Vilions, and rum'mag'd him very ftvere)y, to ice whether .'War between Great Srftain arid- Spainj _ '-or'ihdeed'th'a: ht he could find any Englifh Goods on tWiid ihut. couldr ftrfnrid-eritertaih any'fuch Ddijn-. To Avhich -Court: make her a Prize. XE .d'OlleinaniwePd, tha\this* he;could-nbtpreri-rrd'to fay hp GERMANY - pofitively knew what his- Imperial M3J"t{ry;\�6u'd;3o on Vienna, OSLJ 15. The Emprcfs is perfcfl'y recovei'd tfeis'Occafion,- yet he-tvemld'tikt: cpb'n h'/rn To warrant, *f her Illrieis, and the Emperor alio enjoys pblert Heaitb. that there was nethmg of Troifh -in '^vnat'was^ublim'd ii. We exped here a Bafha;�roni the Ottoman P.-rtc, to ex � ^relation1 toany^uSh Engagementtif NeatWlity-'; and that ecure a Commiffion of Importance; bal we bear that a ke made'riodoaKlret^isTmperraf' Msjefty woaid deter-lort of a confirmatory Treaty of Amity will' foln be cV>a-' inine tojlcVih this Affiir in fuch rnanfier aMhould be ad eluded bstween them. S J E v.'ntageons to'rrfs IftTie?, as well as^behefieial to Eur; p They write from Berlin, that his PruiBan Majclly had ingneral. In thisConverfation it wfe mcfreo^r'nertarkc: order'd a State of his Army, &c. to be laid before him, I that the Court of Gfest- Britaih hadJrefys'dto-tifTCfude a hedsfigning to make a through Regulation of the fame. (Treaty of NeutraHfywith th-Hihg'bf ^t'ne'Twb Sicilies, S J E ! arid an Intimation given to the Impensl niiniflcr; th.it thi-The Marquis de Mirepoix, Ambafladorof France, is [Court had thereby referv'd to itfeFI the nieans'of'afliflinsf about hiring a Palace near the Gate of Eourg, whi^hj^he Emperor, at a convenient time5, td recover Narit makes it believed, that he wiii flay longer at this Court] and Sicily. -' -1 L O N D O N, Oaober 21. St:-Hefien's GfaiQ. �> -Yeft^day Sir Chabner-Ogle wish the .Squadron he command.-, faiFd-f-omSofthead with'Che 'FrahfperM', but'was ob:igrd to cein* to art An- than was thought. ' G E Franckfott, OR. 23. The Ccunt d'Oflein, Minifter Plenipotentiary of the Emperor to the King of Great Britain, is expecled here every momeut from Hanover, �o execute a Commiffion on the part of his Imperial Ma-" 'jefty. It's aiTur'd that there is a Treaty of Marriage- c4n" eluded between the hereditary Prince of Hefts-Darmftadt, . and a Princefc of Deux Ponts. G P L ANT AT ION-' NE W S. Jamaica, July114! .Before1 this Time,  aH or moft o! thie London Ships died to have left - this p'ace-on th^ir Voyage homeward i and riov? what  with Embargcnd four more of them were put into 'hi: lfl?n�j D'Hieres ir. (ri* -Gulph of Ljons: Tie other four, they u i:eve, 'are gone for Cad;z. GE Yefte'd^y ic-Mtai ctrrently-reported thst fome Shrps of Admiral Haddock's Squ-^e-on had ft.-.pt t�o Engirth Merchant Shij^lae'en with Com, &c. which they were carrying to the J-pniards. '� � - - ^ G V. We iieur that tne pocks of Harw !ch, and Kiniale in Ireland,' will rgnv. foon'-be put into a Condtci^n 10 rcpiir and build Men of War. GE On Satiday two of his Mafcfiy's Ships faii'd down :\\c River-for the Down*, in-order to imp.efs Seamen out of die homeward bread - flips. G E - 'And we hear'thit th'e* (cveral Prefs Gangs have Orders to�ttfe-their utmoit Diligence, a� we!i oa (hoar as on the River, to procure men f^r iirs M.^jeilv's Servxe. G E '.' W^e hear from the ffl-.nd cf Gue^n'ey, that as the 'Lively ivfanof W>r was orta Cruize reir that Place, fas was boar.ed by a Privateer n.ann'd wish Fienrh 3nd Sp.i-n'urUS,-' who took her for a' Merchant Ship ; but (oort found-their miitake; for the ift^pos\r). Prize becatae i" ' - -  . Convoy ;