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Dublin News-Letter (Newspaper) - September 23, 1840, Dublin, Dublin Vol. IV. The RICHARMREILLT. Numb. .389 ublin News* Letter. From Tuesday September the 'z$dt to Saturday September the 27H1, 1740. Since our U.ft arrived one Bfiufij Packet, which with the Continuation of Tuefday's Packet,, we have the following Advices. TUBKE V. C,cnflan let any Perlon? pfs that come from the Emperor's Hereditary Countries, unlefs they be provided with proper Pdflports. D A ' GERMANY Vie'i^a, Sept. 10. A Reform in the Imreral Tropjv, purfuant to the Plan p.tTenied to the Emperor (or that. Puipofi, has b what Turn the general -Affirs of IiuroDe wiii take. GE Rati'ron, Sept. 12 New the Djk?dom cf Lor l*�n's yielded to the French, tl;ey feem inclinable to gi ^p�tr. a- . Al S j SWEDEN. . J Stockholm, Sept 7:.-^ 1 We-begin, already to rema'ka great deal of Bailie, and" lnj/iguing abxiut the ne^t General Dyet.> Several Partiesnwr fbrming , on this Occafion. of ;which thefe are!the three Principal, v;z., Tho'e^whoareperfoaded oi.thc Neceflity of . keeping a ciofe UAderllanding with France; trtait \ who would have us renew our Treaties with Ru&a > � and thole who judge that thelRetewal of tie Treary 1 of Neulladt ought todtpend oh certaia Advantages to 1 be granted by that Crown. However it be, tht . 35,000 Men in Finland are' to flay there until the Hrenbtpg up of the Dyet. It is. ftjILreported, tha: i the AfFur of the Succeffion will be debated in that ; Aflemrily. in which cafe the Opinions mutt be divided j in favour of Prince Fiederick of Hefie-Caflel, anJ (.be j Duke of Hofftein Gottorp. 1 here is room to think, that both of them wi.l be powerfully fupponed Thofe who appear in the Intereit of the Dukeof Hol-ftein, ground their Sentiment? upon the Advantages that might re drawn from the Righ:s that Prince p:e-J terves i Ruflja. l  G E j . Count Gyik^boorg ^las propos'J in the Senate the ; holdir.g a Diet, and made a long Di'courfe upon 'he 1 Advantage! that would be drawn from it, in raking  at th-t juncture the Advice of the 'it^tes of the K.ng-!m. M- t*ellu:h''fF, the Ruffian Miniller, Ija/es nei:h?r Painj nor Experces, in order to sdy;:n.e the  Intereii ot his Cour. ; to effed thif, Plen^ of Ducats ' are uiiinbuted. He flatters h.m-elf t^at it the old 1 Mitmiry t'e replaced tne renewal of the Peace with LRuffia will be deer.ed by the Diet, and that dje { Troops in Finland, will be tecalled; that the Conduct ; of the prefent MinifteH will be'exarryrt'd into, and ; that the famous.Treaty of .Alliance with the Porte j wili be annul ed. 'Count Gyl.'enburgh, and his Par tizans, on t^e contrary, propo^ t0 S?t tnc?r cocdud approved by the Diet, and- to obtain,the confent of that AfTembly, to detpand that RufSa make Reltitu-tion of part of- the Conquered Provinces. In the mean time it h ebferved, ihat rhe CotTcfpondence between the French Ambaf&dor and the Count is every Day clofer thanothtr. In fhort, the French Loun d't-rs arero contend with tbeDucats oiM. Eeliuchcff. 1 he King': Health is in a p.ecarious ftate, and ttc Parties for tiieSuccefficn rxgn ag^in to iiir. This New- agnes with what comes from France upon this Subject, fom whence we are told, th^t the Court,takes the mou effedual meafures for fupportmg the Minillry of SweJen at the next General Diet. 1 o this end a Remittance t*y the way of AmUerdam and H ambu gh has been made to Sweden of a million and a hair"of Livre , as-wcH fepay theSubGdieiinArrear as to help 10 form a Party. G E SPAIN. Cadiz, Auguft 30. We hear that two Advice Bo�ts are arrived at St. Sebaltians, the one having failed from the Havanna in May, the oiher ,the later End of June i they have brcught Letters from La Ve ra Cruz, which are not yet come 10 Hand. M S Madrid, Augull 30 The CommifTar^ charged to exan'i ie the Pritoners brought hiiher from ihp Groyne and Ferrol, have delivered to the Court the ve'bal Procdi of their Examination, and molt of them are to receive Sentence in a few Days. l e FRANCE. Pat is, Sept 16. Some Ships lately arrived at Breft from the Weft Indies advife, that a dreadful Earthquake h-d happened in the Kingdoms of Peru -nd Chili, whereby rtie Sea had been criven to fuch a height, as to ovefl>w above aco Leagues of the Continent, wi:h the iamemabie and total Overhrow of I o� ns, Ptopie, and Cattle : The fame Ships have l'o brcught Lstrcrs frjni Louifiana, intimating, thar a Bcdy cf-thofc rnhabitams haviag travelled further up the Country ha.) ftund a great Number of e e p.unts that had prnlhed on a mcory Place, and v�4iere as the like Creatures had never oten letn in thole Countries,, it wa� conpdur'd that th�-y came there over iome Neck of Land that joins Afia with America. ' M S Upon the clrfing of the General Afl?mh!y of the Clergy, the Bifhop of Lefcar made a hue Sperch ro 1 the King, and fatd amorg oth�r Thir^^, " Jii% rir'.l ; I Part oi your Reten has been diftirgu'm'd by a Fav?ur from Heatcn, wniv.h his not teen granted to any of Qur^Kings, it having paA'd in the moll profound P.aceandT 'quiiy. If when yon are employ'd '; in promoting the ri-atpio'i cx-jour People, a fore-.ga j Power grown jeaiiouvcf-their Rep/e, 2nd yoar Glory, I lorcfi )dt>, in order to' aver ge the Horcur of your V^o*vn, to ha�re recourie to A-ms, Yicloiy. lul jefi to ^qut tommsnds, and amcl.'d- to your Scar dare?, will impledia'elv haflen to ihew the Juitice of yenr P.-o-fJtfid^J.gs-, ia crcwniog all your hn:erprifes wick t.*j� mpli rapid, and glorious Succefs. Where tray you not earry.ycjir victorious Arms? And whit may you up: promile you'felf irom die Ardour and Intrepidity of your Troops ? . " H�vv-capnvating is the Title of Concurro' ? How c^pob'cof enfbming iheHe3Tra.'ousf ; Negocutions anoTteauss, whe"re Cotnord prevttilf' ' DivifioD�areier3nj'nate3,aodTftinljuiii'y i5eila*>lr1ft,d, ge. Holland- ''  . Hagpe, . The News of the Dparrurccf-the Breft and Teuiort Squadrons, at a Time when tfce1 Stat� General had been JiriTd into a Per.iJifitn tVrt they fhould not put to Sea this, Ye�r, at d tb?t thefe SJqiia'-' drftn? were equipping rather with a View to g've Uft-^ eafinefs-and Emferra'rher.t to-the Court of Great B i-tain, than to make any ical. L ieof tbsm, hss cui'd a very gv��t Surprize to.the Mihiiters-of this Govern-m�-nt When the Marquis dc Ftnek-n, on the Pa ft .f h's Court, '�. ommunicattd to hin> the Rcafbns' rh#c nad eflgngTd the ftipg ot lEm-'ce to fend ho SquadronJ >n:o the V^'elt Incki, the Members of the Re^ercy declar'd :o ih-it Amb�fTjdor,r tfiat it pppeai'd to them by tbe fei�dMg of thete bqu^drons, in cafe they weie cieGgWa to ad m any lort againft the E^r.g'ifh, tha; the repeated AiTjrancs� given by his mort Chiiiftin Majelty ot adhering ftnctiy ro a Neutrality until Spa n haa rectiv'd iome (evere Stioke, wvre thereby ren-dei'd ir.tffcdaal ; and mat it was to be pte'um'd that the Afliltan.ce whichf racer fhould lend'io that Naticr), far from facilitating an Accommodation bttween the contending Powers, (\vhi>. h the cure ot Frarice bai often dtclar'd in the moll prii ive rrf-nner to be ia ffneere intent/ would be a ^reat Obflacle thereto frosi tbe Provocation that it mult neceffarily give the Er.g-hfh. The Marcjtiis de Fenelon. in aalwer to tbefc Objedions, dflltver'd to the Lords of the Government a 'DeclaratKin,. tobe commnnicaned to" the States General, containing the Reafons which the Court of France makes uie of co juiiify the Departure of th�fe Squadrons, which Declaration contains in Subilancc, Fbat the King of France, iljll cage- to employ hiy good Offic- s to tBa-'ntain and re eflablifh Peace in Ea-rope, which would hive been fatisfy'd, con amiable to his former Declarations to have ailed by his Mediation only betwe n Sp-io snd Gr#at Britain, and would no, have givtn any Aifiilance to the farmer, if the Englifh would have contented themklve to nave acted by Sea onlyr without propefmg to cnem-telves theConquelt of the Pofllffians ol Spain in Ame-rici, and without difcovering Ly their formidable Naval Aiojainent�, that they delign'devea to ftwke the apanifli Manarchy ; but ;� Irs molt Chriftian Majeftr i- Guaranty for the Prelervarion of the Domihit ns which me King of Spain now foffefTes, he believed himfeif under a Neceffity of caufmg his Squadrons of O itervation to depart tor the Indie-, not with any D-fign to atrapk the Engli/h. but only to prevent their making Co^qjcfts, which would be of infinite Prrj-jrjice *� ieveni Europran Pjwen ; to prcteft Navigation ;