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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 5, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                A GENERAL CORPORATION OF BREWKRS VND OR GUILD OF T a Meeting ef the WAR and BRKTHRKN of laid hrlil at their Public on Monday the of Detfm i So ptiifuant lo dlit the following Rcfo hitinna were UNANIMOUSLY agreed to That feveral Candidates arc for the Re pidentation of this City in tlic Imperial Parlii in tjic went of n diHolutioii we feel it a incumbent oo us to declare our at inucli as to prevent the evils attendant a conteftcd Election in a large and populous v JOHN Stwn 1m iudxpendenee in and and from unlliakcji Royalty and highly worthy tif our That xve will give hini oui decided fupport at the neit as one of the of this Metropolis a confifting of nine of this be requclkd to wait on LATOUCHK a Copy of tliefc our with an aflurande our ttraily attachment to IiUtrefh TJ a hat tliefc be By Committee having Vaited on he xvaspleafed to ret urn die following my heft I hanks for your kind Resolutions in my fedfible plcaturc tg iind that ambition I entertaftiof representing great City fo warmly ewrouraged of yojir very icfpeclable jdonot feel any befitation pledging wyfelf to tbofe of independence atife fidelity to your for which yjp are to Wve BIO BeflfluVcd that I fliall of life to tlic favourable opinion you are To tind to en tertain of I have the honor to With femimcnts of the highfctt fcfpeel ah J Your moft devoted au4 obliged humble Jf aji To sad of CITY of OLV t me to retain my warraeft Thanks for the Honor you have already conferred on me in uniuiinwhittjr clewing nie year Reprefcotativc in Par aikS at the fame timt to effcr ntyfetf AS a Candidate ybur in the humble tiopc that my luncluA in that and my attention to your have met with your Should I again be luwocedwith your I hall endeavour to my by a ftrift attention to the of your great Commercial City in that of my Country in gcncradi T have the honor to Your moft obedient and faithful Dublin December C aad PREE HOLDERS of the CITY of T WAS called forth fiom my Tememenr by the Voice of my and the important and Sacred Truftiif reprcftnting thin great Metropolis in Par liament wai committed to me in vfry critical times I have hitherto executed thii Trull and I hope to the my and I am now detained IM London in the performance of lite dutie ef As i think the honorof reprefenting thVCjty of in Parliament the bighcft tbat can be I refpetafaJly frilicit the tomiiiu of your favour to and Suffrages on tjic next Wencral to maintain me iir nr which your partiality to tfie aft RUidWotr placed me and take the liberty of expreffmg my that my abfence from can fed by my attendance your will not be prejudicial to me in W the Object of my honed Ambition THAT or UKINO ONR or YOUR IN NEXT PARLM and will excnfe the unavoidable deficiency of my pcrfonal application to wach of the honor to your moft devoted And obedient J GEORGE is juft retarned fnm and kmve to affuc Friends that he will take earlieftppportunitv of paying his ptrfonal rclpedU to the and Independent Electors of the City of and reJies wpon the good opinion of evry man who virtus to Support the Condition in Church and lothe and FREE HOLDERS of the ClTY of Of entirely unknown to yon as A Rcprcfen tative of the I truft Ihave made no impref on miudj unfuvouraklc to jhe ambition I now mitt of reprefcnting this great City in So long ago an the year your partiality to my Family v evinced by the warm I up port with which you honored my Vjitner in a long and mtmoraWe contelij prc it was tlaii thofe of the moft exalted and popular inthe kingdom could have disappointed nim ft the he alpired to and I truft that liuoe that petiod nothing has either in regard to public or the relatiotis In which we ftami to wardg vmnstive which can bring me to your nuttcc wtth any diminutiont of that favbnr my Family has fo the very favour rtctptioji I have already met I perfeverc in trying the extcut of your good if 1 lhaU be lo rurtuiiMc tw the OfejciStof your I fiudl it a principal ftudy of life tu convince you that I ihall think no tp the ol rcprcfemiwg the C tf DuWm and and the cfletni of qvy teUowCitiztusT I have the honor to Your moft devoted and Wrv obedient humble Servant JOHN December To tbt ELECTQRS Of the COUNTY of A N opportunity of excrcifiug your privilege as v Conljjtuentj now be vtry When it lafl a war aftd muchrefpeiaed Relative of who dwmot purpofe again to offer hiiufelf for that wai the Objed of your choice Uy very of 1 have the hope that I may not he thought unwoathy of the fticred Truft you have already rcpolid in Should 1 be fo fortunate to pblVm your can fcfcly aflurc that jjou have made choice o a unhuicd by and uniuflucnced by fclfifti cr will xcaloully attend tothc ii if his thtir appro biuiou ja the hticft reward ambition cin V have the honor to V o u r moft obediejfti and hwdble GENERAL To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of IT fras not my intention at a period fo remote from the prabablc DiflbTution of to txprclFed my humble that my cou du3 your Reprefehfativc hat to the tttmoft of rnyabi litv proved anxiety to obey and to ftrve i ai txVo Gentlemen have offered themfcives to your cannot longer defer entreating the conti nuance of tKat Support which has fo honorably placed me in the Station I now nil alluring you that 1 Hull confidtr the of reprefcnting the County of Dublin in Parliament as the higheft thatcan b Conferred on and endeavour to merit it by ajzealoiu and independant attention the tranquility andpfofperity of and the promotion of General IntcrelV of Believe me to with the Your mod faithful and obliged humble HANS To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of To the TTNCOURAGED by a number of whofe IntercfJ and Cunfcqucnce hnuld haveweight in your I moft refpedWullt gropofe myfelf to become one of your Capdidatcs on the next General The loag time roy cvcrtobelamented whofo life loft in defehce of your and your indcpendance front foreign rcpre Icnted emboldens me to make this addrefs to your feelings and the intereft my Family muft tvcr derive from the advantages accruing to and more tv the County arid City of me iirfome degree tr make this appeal to your Should I be A fortunate as to obtain your life fliall be pafTed in endeavouring to perity of I diall be fo happy as to The important affairs of my to and embracing fo large a of do not me for the moment to rendermy pcrfonal rcfpctfts to you as foon at it it conuftcnt with my military I fliaH not fait tp wait upon aud to requeft your kind intercft in my I have tht honor to with gneatcft Vour moft obcdieat and devoted WILLIAM CIJERGY and FREEHOLDERS ot the COUNTY of number of Addrefles from Gentlemen appear in the public induce me to requeft your fuprjprt on the next General and at the Tame time to renew my grateful ac knowledgmrnti tot the honor you have fo repeatedly conferred on by chiding me to reprefctit you in Par have the honor Your faithful and humble i i rT To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of AL S the period is probably not very diftant when a DifTolution of Parliament will reftore you to that mod invaluable Right of chwoling your I the liberty of Fubmitting my parliamentary ronduft to your impartial with an humble that how ever I may be deficient in abilitiw to fcrvc I ihall not be found to have been wanting cither in zeal orfidc Jity to your I ftel an honeft pride in and I truft I mjy31 Vprcis it without the imputation that at a time of very general political and upon one of the moft trying and critical occasions that perhaps ever confcientioufly adhered to thofe principles which I publicly declared to yon in the Court when you did the honor to eledk me into the prefect t am very fenfible that I wig more indebted to yonr kind partiality than to any merit that I poflcfi for the honourable fituation you ttco mr if coMOeaey of on4mftHfrthe moft tefl of as well the fujreft foundation for public I flatter myfelf I majr without fumption requeft a continuance of your lupport at the General 1 have the honor to With every featiment of gratitude and Your very faithful and obliged and humblo CLEfctKNTS To the and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of TpHE general report of a fpeedy diffblution of and the flattering ftfpport which my Family on former have met encourages me to offer myfelf to confideration as a Candidate for the honsr of rcprcienting your County on the firft va Should i be fo fortunate as to meet with your it fliall always be my ftudy faithfully p dif charge the trufl rcpofcd in I have the honor to Your moft obedient and faithful humble PETER LA 7th To the GENTLEMEN CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of ST GECXRGE of now having wrrttcn to me that it was the warmed and proudeft wilh of hit hfurt to have the honour of reprefentiug the Inde pendent Cminty of Rufconunon in Parliament permit me to lolicit in moft Honor ot your Votes Jin4jatercu ou thcttext General for your T tipcU Mt very fuouin when lie vijl have the Iwnour of paying hu pcribnai refaccls to I nave tlc honour to With the grcateft Your moft obedient and humble HKNRY Stephen December To of the COUNTY wf GAL pNG AGED at this moment in the acTt of dif chargint wy duty in Parliament your Reprcfenta I find that a canvas has already been commenced for your at the next General Election I take the hbetty therefore of Urns publicly recommending to your and of foliciting the repetition of tijat fuppwrt with which you have heretofere fo much me j lecurely relying upon the generous nature of my that my flwll fufter no detriment from a although temporary abfence in their is impoflible fyr me to expreft how higUy I have honor of County in Parliament and having already received promifed lupport a very eonlidcrable portion of the lauded In 1 levk with a fanguine and gratelu1 hope towards the of that tvuft iu my the renewal of which fo much to the credit of him upon whom it may Anxioully hoping that the ncceffity for my attendance here will focn ceale and allow me an early opportunity of payiag my rcfpefo to you in I have the honor to GENERAL and the upon at a Very critical period fcr majority of thcmoftrefpe9able in oilr to offer myfelf Candidate foe the honour of repref eating I fliwulij donfiier myfelf deficient ia gratitude and efteem for thofe whofe ihmy favour were theH Co ftrongly were I not to take advan tage ef the flrft and your fupport at the nextGeneral Couftantly rcfidtiNg amongft even in the moft pe rilous and living in habits of indmacy with you alU I am well acquainted with your and with that independent fpirit whieh at all charaderiecd the Kings I am thence the more emboldened to folicit this high mark of your frfendfhip and fliould I be AT fortunate as to fliall endea vour to merit in difcharging fo great a truft rcpofed in me with and directing all my aclions to the welfare of my I with much efteem and Your very faithful and devoted THOMAS DECEMBER YefterdaV Lord arrived in rown from Four Mcflengers came by the vyhich tot fing and the firft from the fecond from with difpatches Fr Lord Hawkeibiiry wjti jBefancon and with difpatches Tram tfyp FrertrIi Government for The contents of thefe di parches ihave not but it is JTaid that the negociatiort betwixt this country and Prance is in a nate of forward Paris Papers to the 26 h were brought by the firftFrcarh which arrived on Tueiday The Official Journal announces the fail ing of the Breft Fleet for Saint The quadron at and got under feil on the and day weie out of The number of men onboard the fliips of war and amounts to well Admiral Latoucne who conduced the defence of Bologrw laft commands the fquadron from Jerome the Confuls yonngeft goes with Otto is to gr to as Minifier Pleni on the cone lull on of the Definitive Treaty between England and Bonaparte is to meet the of the CifaJpine Republic at in order to fettle the future Government of thai The French Government have that are to be eftablifhed between iheMother Country and Saint From this it fhould that the imrriedLite fubnjiffion of Touff Tant is Itiis noi probable hp will aitempt to refi ft the force rhat is fent agaSpfl or that if he were evtn b he will be able to troops under the inducements will nodrtubt be held out to The report of n ferioas infurreclion of the Blacks gains grotihd in the beft informed It is iaid that Admiral LacrnfTe has arriv ed hanhg made his efcape trom the ifl We are happy 10 that the fpirit of infurrediion is ojely coofiaed to Gauda r Paris Papers to tfie 27h A letter friotii darfe of the 1 that the evening of the about fix Jofeph Bonaparte repaired to the hoiel of tfie Manjuis where he conference which continued till The Spanifh Minifier reached Amiens on the As the Congrefs by this time is formally and as it is reafonabletofuppofe that all the points which might give birth to difcumon have been it Js likely that matters will be brought to a fpeedy and fafisfa5tory Some additional particulars respecting the fail ing of Mhe French expedition W the are alfo given in theie I we are tint confined to of at but to the iranqujl Uiation alfo of Gaudaloupe in both of which projefls the Government of Great Britain mud feel a confidernble degree of intereft t the fafety of the Bruifti Colonies in fome mea upon the good order maintained in the neighbouring Admiral with the Fleet under hit confifting of 14 far of the has arrived at froiu Bamry Namur and Vengeance hyd parted cempany fn a gale of but were hourly The Ringleaders of the mutiny are brought home jpriloners in the and will be immediately to Qt the firft iriteUigence being received in this country of the mutiny in orders were difpatched to Sir James SaumarezKto detach tour ihipi of the line from the fquadron under his to the Weft Five more fhips ot which formed part of the Channel a lailed from on iofh f have been received by ihe of the of November Balcatras to take the paffkge tri which was to fail earlyn Novem with a couvoy from The foafon favourable to the but more commonly K about two a fire broke our at Lady Pembrokes houfe in Cavendifh from us violencefor feveral feemed to threathen deftrudioii to the whole and to fill the with Abput three oclock feveral engines began copour and were p but it was five oclock they were enabled to get the completely undeVwhfch until the houfe was reduced a merefhell mCni finCC the arrival t OOP the warm climate of eiven i ftMneh and other bdhr to their placas of FROM igft Kate has not jet produced here all the bail expecVd nor all the advantage that We have is from military confcriptibnl yet commerce revives butfowlyv reigri we hot perhaps that vve fhould acaqire 4o large ponton Ifter thfc Wewartt weynnti for our we want failors biit above al want Our however are active our government encourages the penury ofthe finances wil there is no doubt that we be to our for The real caufe why our funds have not as was As foon as peaeV with they began to fell out c lie fundti to throw their money into of the feles being fo the Confolide and Rent a It was deemed ritheran dinary circumftance that the funds at the were much lower than after Q the peace with The reafon that peace was figned with the merchants could riot enter into great external commefe on account of the continuance war with co vergedt tie fei and who pofrefled the trade of the They little to money than yelt in the whicV quemly experienced rapid and great Our internal commerce IJf thah our The manufacture frf coarfer woollens is not quite fo as it on account of the dccreaTed demand for them frotei the Our manufactures and cambrics are in as great activity as ever All hands employed in them have Jw and the price has increafed tbe laft Leipfic and t wasfo that all the laces afldcatrtbiks taken off very It is notwithflanding the mHery the article moft in reoueft wis and fome of which fold as high 3000 livref a The filks of Lyons begin and are much encouraged by Madamf Bonaparte and the moft fafliionable wotoenqf The manufactory of China has alfo engaged 1 much of the attention of the indefatigable Mi nilter of the Among the prefents to foreign Mini fuperb table and defert fcr vices are generally This is politicocar ried into foreign countries they the fame the and produce orders from all of The finer fort of which isadorned with elegant is moft in requeft The merchants ol Bourdeaux and At are more bufily employed than in f part of the They and WitK that their the wines and brandies of will a quicker they have done fince the Bui when it fuch greaf bentfus from the we allude priri to the price of which loan alarming Formerjy our all the of were but now the price LM creafed in many articles and in is certainly one caufe that may have contributed to the rile in the price of breads Our papers have for fome time pafl contained of the dreadful damage done in variousparts of France by the overflowing of the particu larly in the fouth of This has in many diftritfs abfoluiejy cut off all inter with the be fides deft roy ing ftacks oi and wheat to an immenfe O courfe conveyance of Paris has been mere difficult and flow than it uftd to This will naturally account in fomejittea lure for the fcarcity and copfequent The Seine experienced the iame rife as die other rivers of and in many parts of Paris law the quays and ftjeets contiguous to the quite under water to the ground The ct in every part of the city were in The Seine now iunkalmoft to its ofual For the height to which it rofe you may reier what Borke called gyjJyi jargon of our by decimetersk The new bridges building over the Seine will be of great but it is cmite itnpoffible make Paris the feat and centwj of great foreign We have no fuch your Thames nor fhall we ever fee three mafted veffela of great like a rich clofe to our Pont w y6u do cbfe to your London you have no after having overflowed their have left on the Chore mud and that contained nofcious and occafioned befides new andunheard u w The revolution is at an it hasleft nnmerous bands of armed ruffians who hitherto You remember the affair of the fenaior Clement de Rfsi who was carried off and and for whom a large ranfom was demanded But this is noi a The fame happened in l h ij be even and under the of the MJnifters of the Police amj tbi in good circutnftances have and not returned to their families for evident i has been evident that of a verydiftreffing nature has happened to them but they have evaded all tbe moft impe conieaured that fhould their rfbtinjcartitd off a and treaw4 VI R   

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