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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 2, 1802, Dublin, Dublin Dafli Jfttncs Ga Joiin and William Bankers and Co and y f URSUANT to su Or I dr of His Hijli of Clwuicery in In1 bearing the i day of and made in thii I will on Monday the iSlh day of January at tlie Chancery at the Hour tJf One oclock in the ftt iip that Part of in the Cpuntynf i to in thepofTtflion Henry And allb that Part of faid Lands in the pofllfBrft of faid Henry containing 41 lhatfMrt o aicl Lands iutlw pofltftiojn of faid Henry 59 o alfo that part pofTcflion of Bryan comatig 1 alfo ifrat part faidLands in poflcfTtou of faid Henry Containing to be tit for tliey Term of pending this Dated thisjcith THOMAS WALK large of Money ha been lately expended in bringiqf to ftate cultivation the foregoing Fiirnisy containing in moftiy NfcadoW there are eiceilcnt pHtcntlUjtcJ Dwellingtftujfis and on the Fann containing a very elegant 94 fecfby hat been lately wttiich coft iurtfckftrcet Xvill give any further informa flj a 7 Yrfterday jofeph fconaparte nnd CorrtvvalHsv beth Ijetie fAL the confc ences betVren tfeVm have CitjzerijSchirnrnelpen Here HOUSE OP of theEXeHEQfjfeft at He intiff and Willum a the laid jam a Def IWajefrys Hieh Court in f oj and fobfeinicnt heafwg date the l8th Day of Nov and Prace between En grand fe rhni relate jto the i terefts of other The Envoys from Spain and togefherW are expected here very flvorily it violent knownHTor a numbernf It was pqind fiill even ijjte rom on Tlie famfe beiel the 36 gnns nnd here on the i6th bodies rave befn cirr fhorft aftdjtlteiftairn of the of murt have tftw gious damage in the already received of the I jrtYeflerday we had the eeing tfrtt Englift Shb a her paflTage io i79i and tor rgiicvvingjfaid bflmentioned I Day of Jaiinary at One oClock in the the 234 Afternoon the Chancecy ftadi fill by public to tht highcA and beft Pirt of the of the County called Laurence Daviss Hold laze Poffeflion of the William Wheekjv 6A aJld Part of the Lands in the Manor of Ennifcorthy called the late Robert late alCo the of the faitl Wlliam containing or being Part of the Lands and Premifes in the faid Decree for the purpofea in faiJ De cree alfo Dated this ijth day of WILLIAM The Right Henry flaintifi Sir John Roger Dame Mary his and 13URSUANT to the Decree X ofhisMajeflysHighConrt of Chancery in made tin this and bearing date the ijjth day of and fnbfequent Orders bearing the i8th day of November infill will on Saturday the jib day of Dccenibcr at the hour of one oclock in the in the Chancery fct and fell by public Ont to the highcft and faircft alltliat and one undivided mniety of the Cartlt Manor Town and of Millinroy and Crain otherwife iu the County Kildarc the of two quarters fituatc in the and County of and four quarters of Kilwayglafs and Lecar rowtcmple one quarter and half of and one quarter of half a quarter of lituate in the Barony of of Mayo and all that and the Town and Lands of otherwife otherwile Le half a quarter of otherwife KnockbogUa otherwife one quarter Ktltra puc quarter otherwife Killintru nodo one quarter of one quarter Bally otherwife oue quarter of otherwife one quarter fyS otherwife other wife Tallyclive otherwife one quar and BaUyroackredmouU one fltuate in the County of or a compctenrpart for the purpotes ill the laid Decree lay of N 1 he Sale in Adjourned to day of January at the hour of One oclock in the at the Chancery Djued this jjth day of For further apoly to North Great kithard trull by rhe ft teftimatfcd that the has coft nhich was taken partly by the Engltfjft partly by the not lefs than il lions of nfid that at a time when all at a and nothing was in njerrontile houjes for months the Squadrons which will fatlfrom theTexel and the five hips of the Line are deflined to the Weft to three to and Citiaen hitheato firft Comiffary to the French Troops in the pay of our has been appointed by odt Directory to thegpvern mertt of the Cape of Good Citizens who is has it in it is to con clude a Treaty of Gommece for the Batavian Rei public with England and forced Loan at 3 per has been opened for fhe ufe of this to perfons who poITefs property to the nrmunt of above or an income of muft contribute in proportion of a per jourijto fliat dSiy be called uppryo he a former cftl opinion reh ty inienUpn to fetid t being b Shore was laid report Afforded fti that STu1 the Treaty at F m tolrri r tins Armament Submitted the that it for their He hary Treaty as a Truce for the bom parties an ipponunify of claims at no fhould be taken t Power art it ftate f He had te f any aiS pf ility he fider in a hoftile of and he refpeelable NottclHan at the head of fuppofing he had to put to the other either to concede fomepoint eflenuarto the honour of this or to he would that Noblemdh c4ulaufe that ftrong alia energetic lan guage which hiti fituation called wflieti France had the Weft by means of which our fabffeffifJnJ were placed ftate 6f Hethought to make thefe but he dm not mean thenr any making thefe he had two objecMsIn the firft was to afcertaih the truih of the if it was hfs His Ma nitl LONDON for his Plaintiff Thomas late i HEREAS by Order made in this bearing Dale the nth of tlie of the County of Irealurers Clare for the year branccris required to fet by J Public Cant to the highcft andfaircft Man fionHoufCi and DemelneLands of containing 80 Acres and lituate m the COUNTY of and grained in to the PltiiiititTin thii for three from the i ft Day if the Plaintiffs hittreft hall lo long Mow 1 do hereby give that I mi Monday the firft of February at the Hour of Two oCUick in the at the Lord Titafutcrs Remembrancers proceed to fct faid Premifct for purfuant to laid this ijthday of The two Hamburgh oh arrived laft They were brought from CuxhaverfHn the Diana Captafol In their contents there Is very little that is inteYeft The reception of the Stadtholder and his by the Prince of Hefle has been highly It is hj this Channel that we fir ft Deceived any formal acfcount of of the Piliiipptentir I the announces the A letter trie Hague 4 hibition of the importation of the of lifh Coals into our Republic is the 3oth April the e rift ingyear as by of rhe Merchants of who had laid in great locks that ji previous to ihe Richard ih IVuftj TT7HEREAS by Order for His W madcin HUB bearing dale the I ith ilay ERJ lute 8Kfof the riilof iht County wi Lord Trealurers Remem hrajvccr it reijuircd lo fct by public Cant to thehigh clt auil the Koufc and DemeineLandi of corttaiuiug op wards lituatc in the COlTNtY ibf OuAodiam to the Hnintiff Caufe for thrte Years from die ift Day of November if the Intercft fliall fo long Now I do hereby give that I will on Monday the ift nay of February at tlu Hour of 1wo in the nt the Lord 1rcnfu nrs proceed Hremifcti for fa id puriuant iwfaid Dutrd tuTTEtif J HERJIAToTerder tor bearing Date thii the Lord jfreifurcrs Renicm A Mail wasrnade up at theGenerol Office ithS wnh the letters and other parts of the Dutch to be forwarded by Packetboats by the way of vofrflnys and a Mail will continue to up every Friday and Tuefday The quantity of RufTiari beef bsen rrqported into this is ilftely i ffime effed in reducing fHVpirice of pravifibns i in manufacturing tdwhs it will be fbnnd farifcu Jarly as it is well vv ill kciep flitr and is much cheaper than The report in a morning paper of taking the command of the Channel raory to Admiral Coroyvalliss coining to the Ad miralty is not entitled tothe fmalleft The borign Papers talk ieffecret Treaty cpn f hided at Madrid between the Lucien This Treaty is faid to been communicated to Marquis The of it trt fettle thf iiflairs of Duke of Piirma is to renounce his which are to be given as an indemnity to the Kingof Sardinia and the Kig of Etruria is to cede the Ifle of Elba to A Sotiiety is Itemed at Exjfter for the purchafe of and after defraying all inci dental retailed to the Irieep killed on jeftysMlmfters1 anopportunity io rhe Huufe and the Gentry thebeii confolatiQn upon fuch a ubjed couldibe afforded If the fears confeqatrit tfbon Vitre not relieved by His then he had a third Houfe fhould rake which wete rendered by fuch event neceffary x The CHANCELLqit of thetEXCHEQUER he1 knew Sy experiepce faow it fre qnenrly waifor Gentlemen to xsanfjne themlelves in their obfervations to the but he thought a large fhare of indulgence had been granted to theRight Gentleman to allow him to make which he hajd The Right Genllftnan had vftated a reporfc which tnuft be Member in that of the Failing 6f an expedition from Breft His Majejftya had no official uiformaticin relative the that fuch a a event bad taken plaqfe was ne any communication between he uppn or any means had been taken to proride againtt was not likely to but which by pofiibiliry might he trufled the Houfe would1 not Cutt upon him to There was howeverJn that eVem whipli could in any way any Rrong language or energetic which the Noble Lord at the head of the Nefjociation might think it neceffary or wife to ufe or a few words which we could not diflinclly relative to a Bill which origi nated with PONSONBY concerning the Courts of Law in The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER the Right Gentleman who propoled the Bill not now in the but he flood there was an intention to bring it forward in the courfe of the Before he fat down lie xvifhed to that the Motion he made had no reference whatever to the fubjeM alluded to by the Right gentleman thought he was perfectly in upon a Motion of Adjournment to bring forward any report which tended to j lace the Country in a ftate of or in his opinion held but any profpecl of The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER fftid he did not mean to fay that the Right Gentleman was not in but in tnakmg the Motion of he had no reference to what had been to by the Right with mutib at thsn ordinary fi Charltt late She f 9 nfl of the County of J it mjuired for 1791 I j J the nulilic Cant to and faircA Houfe and Dcnjefnc 1 cf in tJic COUNTY late of the and granted in Cul in at the Hi to fet Taid Premifci for laid puriuam to lUd Dited day of yrt the the fubfcribers was per being nearly per pound be low the current price of the On Wedefd iy fenrtght a mdLanenoly nccident The WiMam Walfordt near awakened about two oclock1 by his bting filed when he tound the houfein wife in his arms hprror ns till Monday Adjourned at half paft four till dered mtionlefs and defcended the i i He had f which were already on The nurfery who flept in the next being followed hitnwiih his youugeft abmt five months old 5 but the ftamei were fo rapid at prevtm his his n fine girl near flven years of an old Lady upwards Of mother of Fennel while the unfortunate parents w ere nf thtir fhock ing without being able to render them no Soma we yeflerdav ed in the refpecling the ftiti This h will be liamentary was fligktly night in the Houfe of the Chancellor of be with great dttenlibii ana avi mitted that rhe failing of the Breft t nb Official Account of that circumliance received by feemcd certain did not conceive it prudentih the prefeni rhlngs to declare any commnni had taken place between upon the or whether been purfuedf wks not likely td within rhe not fe up9n the At any ra ppfe that it is an object wKHi the feiiiiug a Mention of the Brititfifi vv reafAn Will j Icjnel we ftrorn which it islreaforiabl atlheftay of the C iwt any per which was L tirely burnt to the of them fliallI 90 found guilty of any the Admiralty SberifiV WPber city Ifement in the roompfLord called to the Houle of We aft convinced that ihtifc unanimous of have ventured to fay return iiVider all the circfutnftances to the Noble wellmelrltw has created c 1 f Sf little On Saturday morrtpg the fleet been for fome time pa ft at Bantry BayV for England we are happy to ymptpfns whatever on board any ofthe 16 fhips comppfed The failing of the fleet from Bamry Bay tend to lowerpie price of fatftA cularly hmdred head of hav ing been referved from the laughter of the late with a view to for the fupply of aif Thefe muft now be to Home market po be rtnilfually well TujppHed during preaching new is about to bebuttt by Sir on Tiis eflate Birmihgharn j all the from the encouragerrieiu bfe turfbog on the eftiiiei it is wfc will very fhortly refidenceof exienfive ANECDOTB OF SIR JOSHUA When Sir Jofhua Reynolds wasJV very young manrand his great talents at painting had but be gun ta and were altnoft nqknovyn an4 al moft in order to earn a little and get pratJlite in he went to where fleet at that time and k where lie got much work from thte naval in painting their which he conftantly did in an creel and with hat under the His readinels at this employment ena bled him to paint a grjat and he had got into a lort of mechanical meiliod of haftily them in above at one guinea At laft a Captain and obferving the portraits in I fee you always put the hat under the hall not like mine in lhat waj put it on ihe Reynolds faid it made no differ ence to and painted his face his hut on this When theCaptain was and he finifhed his in his and according to his ulualcuftpm at ihat he alfo put hat under the which with the two was font to the Captains where it be came a ftock andSirJofhua that he was fo much HuTried at thai generally the adjournment of Parliament to the time originally is deferred merely on account of the recent mutiny tri the Fleet lying in Bantry The there is no is completely and fifteen of the ringleaders are now on their pafTage to Spithea4 for the purpofe of being tried by a Court is generally fuppofed fhould the weather have the fquadron deftined for the Weft Indies hds by this time this head we can ftate nothing becaufe we b lieve no pofitiyc information has been but it feems very probable that on a ftibjecl of fuch moment to the nation in general us that which has recently occurred in the Minif or one article of iheir pfflfe ters are naturally deftrous to make fome commu nv it t til I ti The howle to Parliament bebre Members fsparate confiderablt not aware of the circumftance till the pidluts was brought back to have ihe hut un der the arm Reynoldss father was Samuel a cler gyman ami witix a large family and 1mall at near in where Sir Jofriua was born in In when Reynolds was 33 years he had 12 guiceas for a In 1758 he raifed his price 20 guineas in 1766 to 25 guineas in 1770 1635 guineas and in 178110 50 which price he afterwards From the laftmentionecl date his price for half length was ioo for a whole length 200 Sir Jofhua died at his houfe in teicefter in poHelTed of of which he leit to his who msuruedftfte of In n inajvt to fnrremlcr on the tH and oth of to fprrctidcr J am iuh
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