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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 7, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                DECREE 1 JURSUAXT f thr De cree of hia Majcflys Court of Chanci ry in niride thit and Order hcar ingdatrthe iClh ilay Deceni her I wil on Satuniiy GiiaruiI the ijd of January hmj and the fad Htnry One otlock in the afttr nnd liiir at ot J nry dtccaf by the Hon Francis Huniit Rohtrt Francii and tVie Henry FUintirTi llcnfy at the fct and fell ly hglun all that and tboftthe TowiiK and Lands and atc 118 hcing ia the Baro nf nnd County of Alfo all that iholc the Towm lit othcr wif knockmore and and being in the County of And mif undivided Moiity in the Town nnd Lands of cootaining by or thereabouts Canickna Toh callct and lyiig and in the County of or civnipacnt for the pnrpnien in Decree thit 2d day of For pafticuUrs ipplicstion to be mads to Samuel lTRStlANT to the Decree ATary his and Janus DafhO TJURSUAKT to an James Ga A der of His Maie liritl Tucker John and William Bankers and Co and Mcnry M NEW imported from LOVBOWI N IDNIGHT a AGNES rtH SCOT Hall 4TrtVEIISM 5 E Ti MYSTERIOUS 7 PLAIN 8 LITERARY 3 3 4 3 4 4 a Vrhich are LENT TO at per 6L f er or ptr laft ENGLISH MONTHLY MAGAZINES and REVIEWS are allo arrived with a large AflTortment of for the INS TROC TION and ENTEH TAINMEN r of Youth and the very bed From lie LONDON A DISPATCH the Refident of the H iioitnbie India Company at ctatcd July of which the following is an iias received by the Court of Di reifiors of liie EaJi India nnd ccxnmu the Lord one ot his Majellvs Principal Socteiaries of TheRicht lleiiry rlaltitin ofChancery in made in this and hearing date tlie ijth day of and fuhfcqurnt Oitiers bearing date the tlav of jNuvcKiber 1 will on Saturday the 5 th day of December the hour of tmc oclock in the in the Chancery let up and fell by public Cant to the and faircft all that and unuivitlcd of the Cnflle Mannr Totvn and Lands of Millinroy and Crain iilheiwiic in the County of Kildarc he Town and Lauds nf two quarters lituatc in the Barony of and County of and four i tjiiartrrs of Kiluayglafs and Lecar towtcmplc one quarter and half of and one JJUHJUT of half a quarter Of in the Barony of and County of M that and the Town and of otherwife otherwife cauowcaflilanc half a quarter of othcrwilc Knoclctiogha otherwife Cononaghrca Kildavi otlitnvifc otherwife Druny one Quarter Beltra one quarter otherwife Killintru uodo one quarter of otherwife one quarter otherwife quarter of otherwife otherwife Urnquarter of otherwife other Vifc Tullyclive othenvift one quar and Ikillymackredinond lituatc in the Couny of or a competent part for the in the faid Decree this 3oth day ot Rv Theabove Sale is Adjountrd to tlie j8th clay of January at the hour of One oclock in the at the Chancery Gated this 5th day of Tor further apply to Great Or MajeHyt High Court of Chancery in bearing date I the 17th day of and made in this I will on Monday the l8th day of January at the Chancery at the Hour of One oCloelc in the fct up that Part Of the Lauds of in the County of t containing 80 i in the podtltton of Henry And alfo that Part of faid in the miVclion of faid Henry containing 42 And ifo that part faid Lands in the pofleffion of faid Henry containing 59 10 PA And alfo that part of laid poflVfiion of Bryan containg 29 And alfo lhat part of faid in poflcflion m laid Henry containing 86 to be fct fnr the Term rf 3 pending thin Dated ihi 3oth tUy of THOMAS large Sum cf Money been lately expended iii bringing to a high flate ofcultivation the foregoing all which except the 53 o io which is nioftly Meadow thrt are patentflatril DwellingHoufcs and on the Farm 86 Acres avery elegant 94 feet by been lately which coft James Donn give any futihtr mfurnia lion that may be John Wheeler JJJtlRSUANT to a Ut tree of Majcftyt I do myfelf the honour to congratulate your on tlie important event ol the lurretider of Xernate u the Briiifli Which was delivered by lo Co Burr on the n U The Dutch Governor made a moft refolute re having delended the place with uncom tuun lor fiitjftwo though I am forry to at the ex pence ol the poor itihabtt a who by from ten to twenty H from our ilrong blockade by fea and During this eKcellent difpofition of our mili tary ind marine the latter under the com mand that pliant commander the annual fupplies for the enemy were intercepted through hh which certainly contributed in a Itigh to ihe ultimate fuccefs of the en The value ot the captured property taken by the fquadron amounts to a lack and fiity thou fand The difficulties the Honourable forces by lea and land had to encounter on this ar duous and the Ipirit and intrepidity which they manileded a fiege ol nearly two do them infinite and have feldom or ever been exceeded in this part of ihe The accounts we have received of the ftrength of Fort and its numerous detached proved exceedingly in io much that Colonel Burr declares the place to be extremely ftrong by and moft excellently improved by with a powerful and Io well pro vided with arms and as to trow dif ficulties in the way of our which were as diflreffing as unexpected perfe vereJ and kept iheir ground with fu much bravery and refolution as to compel the enemj tofurrender their different ftrong one after until the principal fort and town were lo completely blockaded both by fea and and fo reduced by as to make them foe for I are very I am happy to inform your Lonlfhip in Coun arluous as this lervice and muc as our lorcei were expo fed to tlie repeated attacks ot the the lofs of killed and wounded of the troops does not amount to nine or itn that of the marine exceed twehe lea PROM THE HAMBURGH Plaintiff John Culliniore Aiiignces of William and the faid William 1 High Court of Chanceryin made in this hearing date the 6th lay of and of a fabfcqurnt bearing date the aSlh Day No 1799 and of Order rtuewing faid 1 the Day of Jamiary at One oclock in th Afternoon ot laid in the Chancery fct up and by public to highcft aud hrfk lhat Part of the Lauds of timifcojthy in County of called Laurence DavUs Hold late iu the Poflcinon of the WiUiam containing 6A Part of v rhelauds iii the Manor of Ennilcorthy called the bte Robert Mills hut allo in the poffcflUm the Uvid William containing 8A zR being Part of the and Preniifes iii the laid Decree for the purpoJes iu faiJ DC tree tilfo Dated this nth day of December WILLIAM C A U T I O I nir PITi fi rhafing the titu Me in btloBgiiig to njy and which advertiftd to U fold by hu Cttlhmne I Iwing adviled unending to dilputc Will under which faid Cii therinj Orintby may think hcrJdf rntitlcd to faidHoufc tin r JIENKY MJCHAEL January li For to my Lewit A PRVATE EDUCATIION v YOUNG having been wihcs to cntruftcd fueh one would be en n t care i and Oeo VUdrels a Inosiw at or No the Qh and Lord CornwaMis exchanged iheir fiill and on the the Batavtan Am Citizen a long conference unh the French The between the latter and Lord Cornuallis are now earned on with great Our town is become the theatre of nuxrterous fef tixitirs fothiy Lord Cornwallis gave a dinner in fo ftimptnotij a Hile as 4ias not been ecn here for long A Spanifri Sfcrctary of Legation is arrived the rie Canipo Balttafaroni is gone to prevail on the Duke of at the inftance o1 his to accept the Auftrian The report that Anflrian troop nfe about to en ter Moldavia is whliout pluee in the Marine winch was refufed by Admiral Kinglber who is refolved to live in in his native town of in hiu given by the DuciMory to Citizen Marine CiumniirHry at before the Rev lurion of he Profeifor of Naval He will principal of the IVJarine as as would have ii uulrd rue Third Member of the Ma 1 fli two other Members are the KxLegillator Van laic Retlor of the School at and Cttizeo at Cirurn Vos Van Sleinnyk is appointed Gmeral aii1 rhe pi ice which he bdonr held in thiCouncil of been given to Ci tizen Van de ot Haerlem Our five Coun cils f are now yll and in complete the Councils of of of Lr rhe for Foreign The 6th the Depart for Foreign has no refemblance to the other as it is entirely under the di rection of the Secretary of State Vander AH the Members of the Legifldiive are alfo and nothing re mains to complete our to fill two places in the fuperior National Court of Yefterday a halfbamlhn of French iroops vrhkh wili remiuo at the Hague till the ijnmg of the HanWi fcoonrellor LflzaruJ Wolffi with forced Notes on the of has been and gtVen up by ihe French V8t on hj8 Serene Highnefs the Landgrave The ancinotJeration of Hie French Go in not claiming him as a French s much extolled on this Seririce Highnefs the Hereditary Prince of Baden Father of her Ma jeHy the Fmprefs of the Qjieenof and the Eledrefs hf had the misfortune to be overturned in hu carriage on the 15th at A fifteen leagues from Stotkbolm and died next day of the conftquences of the His and the Princefs of returned to Stockholm verwKelrrtrd with JAXVABT The Hamburgh due ort Wednefday arrived this It has brought no intel ligence of any Our readers have been already informed thai Marquis Cornwallis and Bonaparte exchanged their full and opened the negotiation on the 9th of It isaflfertcd that the Marquis del Campo arrived at Amiens before tne an aflfertion to which we cannot give certainly at Genoa on the this morning received at the from the Naval Commander on tlie Lifbon It luppofed rhey relate to the which fent the propofed failing of the Breft Thr Par pis Pa pen mention the circumftance of a man profecuting a Lrfwjer defamltig him in the courfe of his We do n t know whether an action for fcandal will lie in France on this account but in England a Lawyers tongue is no fcondal A very extraordinary ctrcumflance has occurred in Northern which forms a great topic of converfation at prefent years ago the only fou of a gentleman of con fiderable landed in cmifequence of re peated had tlie misfortune entirely toaiienare the affedlions of his His dif trefTes and his applications redou bled for but every avenue was ilioaKed up to tendernefs and and the unfortunate young man was abandoned by a rigorous parent to the feverity of his At broken hearted with diftrels and he fell into a dangerous during which he was frrqient ly vifited by fome members of the till he expired and was So at leaft tnfeper fons and they believed they had feen The or at leafl the coKfummart on of this extraordinary was a Mr whether in the hope that his ap peafed and mollified by this dreadful mijjhr be pay his or plniitty perceiving that he had no other profpedl of avoid ing bsing difinherited by his unrelenting had recentfe to the rtratagem we htve As fOH as the funeral was in which he per tlmpd figTinl a hi witlidrw to the where amongft the feveral advenures that befcl i is Gid poverty or f other misfortune into the quickfilver mires of from which tnifery fo returns to the fight of th had vey lately the gooi for tune n fffetM by ome of which are his liberation from fo horrible a and is after a to this Finding his fntber had died in rhe and that his three fiflers as heirs at in pofieftion of the he is now re joicing in the fuctefs of his and claims an tmmvnfe which can nnly be contefled by difptuing the identity of his of perfons of great rank and integrity are thoroughly This we nn derRand to have formerly cut a very diftinguifhed figure in trie beiiti and to have led the ton of whim and Ufhionable The population of different towns of Scot as fet forth by as followsctc Edinburgh Glafgow dee Aberdeen Greenock Leith Dumfries 6902 Kirkaldy 6556 Kilmarnock 5670 Ayr 5500 Dumferm line 5192 Invernefs Montrofe 5194 Campleton 5000 Stirling AH the other towns fall fhort of the population of ihe two laft inhabitants of the whole country amoun By the overlaud received at the Eafl India Houfe on it appears that Marqius Wellefley had gone to in conleqwence of fotne difturbance in that but it was not of fufFicient conftquence to excite any The difpatches were dated from July and from Auguft Sir rm Pophhm had failed from Bombay for from which it was fuppofed that oitie frefh expe dition The Lords uf the Admiralty have fent orders to thefevenil for an immediate reduction to take place in the confumption of frefh beef on board ail his Majeftys ftipi employed on home fervicej and or fubflituiing fah proyifions in with and in the ufual By this the feveral ctews during ihe fhort time they are to be continued in are to receive frefh beef only two days in tnftead of as has lately been the In ifluing this the Admiralty have a double objecl in In ihe firft material favmg will arife to the public to the dt mimthed purchafesof tho Government florcs contRining at prefent a fufficunt quantity of fah provifions to anfwer every pgffible demand for a confiderable length of Bnd in the fecond place our markets will not fail to experience the beneficral of the from the pur chafesof frefh beef for navy being dimimflied a full J to and The follow ing Copy of a Proclamationlfrom the Governor of Botany feemt toinlinnate that there have Itot only fome maVementi iu that Colony but that fubordination was not completely reuoret At the time of its NOTICR Notwithfldnding the lenity hewn to thafe concerned in a former attempt to create in this Colohyi ybt it appears that feveral reftlefi and characters are ftill forming defignt TO promote their diabolical for the flrucflion of all public and private order and regularity and to introduce and every kind of horror and confufiofi feveral worthlefs vagrant I havb gone to the fublifting by depredations on ihe whilft many others are not plundering ttiofe to whom their labour but are blfo their and leaving their Employers property to be deftroyed by the and who from their former mamf ft a preference of the life of plun der nnd to the certain benefits of a com mendable and honeft The conlidering it a duty heowei his and the fecurity rtf the berfons id properry of the numerous loyal anH welU dilpofed does hereby afTure the tur bulent part of the that nOneof theif delpicable plans or daring anonymous fimilar to that forwarded to htm previous to the execution of the will ever biafs br flackeri his exettions in detecting and bringing to dign puniftiment every vicious and idle charac Dlfpofed as Governor has not td credit information he has ma ny corroborating evidences thar have been compels him to take the netefTaiy meaTures for fecuring Peace of the Anxious to believe lhat thofe evil defigns are only in thVfrenzy of a frw turbulent whofe aim itfippnfp he is willing to that when the dlffereW defcriptions of perfons in this reflect on the comforts and bieftlngs they and quire in this by a very moderate and the expect tion that every prifontrmayen that if his behaviour is and that he will in forne meafuie be benefited by Thefe ill eac will create and prevent future ridiculous which are contrived by the artful villains to deprivethe induftrious of their n in the do not fail to facrifice thofe they have employed to obtain their of which two now under femence of and who were deferted by their artful is A proof how little confidence they can place in each Should this intenrion and hope of the Gover nors be frufirated by any of which he hopes to hear no more he confider it his duty to adopt fuch meafures as are moft like ly to infure thnt tranquillity which muft and fhall not be interrupted with Given at Government cember 41 By command of his John a and retaiHer of fpirituous having given fpirits to two convitfls for their weeks rarion of fait meat fom the Public is deprived of his licence and the has defired all his liquors to be There is every reafon to be thm this tranfaclion has been long carried io djretfl dif obedience to every regulation made on that not only by the above but alfo by feve ral other If the Convicls have ho means of maintenance but by the ration they receive from the and are invited to part with it for a tafle of fpirits they muft confequenrly rob neareft to them for fupport during the remainder of the weekt leads to train of other evils which muft be put a flop any perlon in the Colony prefumes to give a Convicl or any other confederation iarnheir or any article furnithed from the public will be puntflied as the law directs for frecaU ing ftolen goods if Will lofe their and all ftrong drink found in their poflcf fion will be fl i H f I A ten days Ja perfq fuppofed to be a went l Qjierns and faid there was a great deal of money dwing him from and that he wanted jttftice the fervants then perfuaded him to go away but np evening Coming again on the fame and bring extremely Baker two of Her Majeftys detained him till one of the Bow flreei was fent who took him into Qn examination the fame evening before Sir hfi ftid his was Patrick Rooney and that for merly employed ar Cape Breton aft SufTeyorfGe but left it ten years in order to fettle his account with which ap pears to be true and lhat he amart of treme having invented a machine to And out rhe Inotbtr reipedrs he talked in a very incoherent refufed where he was and pretended that many at tempi been madd to dftflroy by throwing arfenic into his room through engines and fong which had got thto his ftomarh and fungs that vitriul had betn into his head through and hat other expedients had been prachfrd io take away his At preftht ha Irems in great dirtrefs j but as there cannot be a doubt of his bring in a deranged ftate of he was ordered to be fent to Tothilfields Bride and proper care taken of until his dil ation can be exactly A ftorm was lately felt at Civita of fuch violence ss to throw down part of the walla of the A of vefiels was in the Horroon iht pf   

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