Dublin Journal, January 9, 1802

Dublin Journal

January 09, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 9, 1802, Dublin, Dublin GENERAL TSTOf WITHSTANDING the J recom inundations of tlie PoftMafterj both by CibricBtions in and Iw diMrilnitiwn of Hartd that pcrfpns having occifion tot ran Tout by PoUf fliolild tut each of tficre iu two and nit tt fend tit until tilt jtrfl totre it it ihelcfii found that many perfons continue to fend them without fuch thereby Inflered their total Lordfiiips Are therefore again induced tp tepeat their former and in addttron to tjiat us Bank are the only object of tit Mail if the beforementioned mode of tranfmitting generally this inent to Robbery would be and the inight triyel as frcurcly by night as in the the un pbrunce of which to the Public as weft to the commercial and trading And the convenience to private too evident to enlarge Annexed is a of the mode their Kcominend for cutting marked by a bhferving to write and at the left hand end of the And the Letter and Nuruberarthe other by that each part will contain a fuffi cicnt Ipeciflpatlon of the aud prevent difficulty in Myprtcrit of It at Bank of the right in cafe of i of the purft By Of ENGLISH A as daj tf Fo Gevtrnef and of tit BvA of IL TEN N This Specimen will be put up every PofiQfuce in the SELLING AT UNPBR FIRST Stock of JOHN conAttingof a Variety of Black French Lace White Thread and Blond London Modes of nwfcfi Lace Velvets of QuFcrVnt Velvet Beads White and Black with a variety qf other Articles top numerous for iufcrturu having hiitVOiort doling his tiveierii Pcrfons indebted to lum will have the goojncfs to fettle their Houfe to be Imcreft b the Leafc r will be fold enquire as WINTER STANFORDS WOOLLBNDRAPERY DA TS fupptied with a fafliionable and extenfiv Variety of the following ARTICLES of ready in the Mated of the beft and on Very mpderatc Terms and Frock Curricle Coats and and Milled Web Hofiery tnudc Vcfts and WaiftcoaU and faQitoiwble AfuVtment of WOOLLEN and FANCY Clothes in the ntwcA Fafhion hh WOLLEN jtECEIVEDathe Y from the firft Manufacurinj Houfei fn England and a very elegant and well v Affortmcnt of W OO L s D R A PE R Y and AteNS MERCERY whith will be difpofcd of on terms advantageous to thq By HENRY Who has fur condudlcd the Bufinefs of Coom of 0R1BTON earneOMy folicits the protedion and kind rncuiiragemcnt of Friends and the which it null be his ftudy to by the ftriiftelt Icntion to their TT j irai r FRESH GARDEN JBST ARKIVEO v FlELDj informs liiSsViumer the NobilUv and Public at that his getter Aflbrtment of NJKW OAKDEN FLOWER FLOWER has juft ar ptr the Kitty from Captain Thofe who with to have their Orders early will KttA nt as every attention fhall be paid to alt com directed for him at his Seed No 196 near Capdftreet Alfo at liis Nurfery iiuv be hail Fruit and Trained Peach Ncc and which hcu ill Jell OP the reafonqblc A Gardner of great and anunexccpti onablc to rheard of a TfNCLISH STATE LOTTERY and ftqm the DoJatrliunk is now for ale at the V Denlers may depend upon bcjng fuuulicd on the Wll liberal JAMESS PILLs FOR rruRheumarilms aud C Ids which jnevHil at this of the no Midicine it fo Me and and efficacious as ANALEP11C heir tendency to promote and nil will uocount for liugular virtues in thefe M others to Hvhich the human frame is liable from the viciflitudes of tJicy are adintrahty calculated 1or IMfor of tUe Stomach and tor pcrfons of a Bilious or a as nllO for tbofcv hole Conftituiioiu hnvc brcn afrcAcd by a too or too Ictlentary I hey Itkcwifc mirikuUrty fcrviccabU by and iu removing the bad effects of trie jiving aliw iu Paliies and 10 often the confcqucnce wf Kccourfe iliould lie had them every excuft of eating or and upon cvcrv flight indilpolition and thus wellknown chamaeHflic of promoting longevity trill be maintained by afliftmg Mature in the due di I charge uf the animal by keeping the tjonftitutlon ttwcre in continual they prejcrvc the bodyin health ind and prevent premature eiilUr which been divulged by fhc Inventor but tothcnrcfcnt they only be had genuine from them and ttirV by FKANCIS toiSdog and by and vu Arc on Sale in great Variety at WILLIAM JONESS Licenfed Oppolite the Of whom BANK of ENGLAND NOTES may be PATENT ICHARD PHI and OMKlCAL oppofite leave to inform his Friqnds and the that he has juft received from an Collectisn of new and improved as has been for Sale in this muchadmired Patent for Hazy Weather unpr6yc4 Botanic and Compound Microfcopes Pprtable Opera GJafles im proved jSpirit Levels Sextants and Had leys QuadrgQtt Csryfs new Globes and feveral new Inftrunwots in the and Optical all p which he is TcH at the London The rnnjl extaiffoe and fPort cm the aeinwet i tuif io JaituarvwiU and the other And by XJJookfeltotp tbf CAI FIRST PARTof the PIRSTVOLUMEin Price 6d in Baardsror in id nrHE V8AJL DIOTIONARY of ARTS and Formed upon a rhorceolargca Pfsn of the Dictionary of CIIAMBEHSJ various Articles of that witU AagifflinB and to the pfeJerrt State of Literature EntTIott of the Jafi Edition pf With the AfG lance of eminent Illuftratrd wuh NKW tbii Work fyfontfftfc CONDI This Work will of the and It will be comprised Tli Numerous engraved Jn fuperior Qyle of will be given the courfe ofthc Three ftitched la blue will be re gularly rjublifhed every Week till the whole be com price One Shilling Britirfu A or Half containing Seventeen togetlier with the will publiflied in price in fcw will he printed on a royal woven with propV ImpieffiOnsaf behold in dr Volumes Onr Pound NiflBjctn ShilUngs in For other particulars pleafe tb fee PRCisPEC which MAT ac HAD GRATIS at where SmcfttCMtof the and may feeor and SWMCRIBSRS fupptied at the LONDON withoat any Advance Frtin i NEW Juft imported from LON At TWO tfci MIDNIGHT AGNES 3 sc6TTisM 4 SWEDtSH j INVISfBLI 7 PLAIN 8 LITERARY LEISURE 1 I Which arc LENTTO at per per or per ijyThe ENGLISH MONTHLY MAGAZINES anJ REVIEWS are alfo arrived with a larfie Affortment of Books for the INSTRUCTION and KMttvtAiNueit r of Youth and the very bcft STATION ALMANACKS for andtbte UNIVERSAL SHEET PITY COUN IRY CALENDAR betide a Calendar and feveral ufcful Lifts the lirifli Members of botli de puted to lit in the tiapenaj State Laiv and Rtvuiue tity Mail and Stage Coaches PortOffice of toall parts of Rates of Carriagei to within 7 Miles of with Price of Car riaffi to every Streetlri ithe City of Table of Binkers of and 1crm neatly Bound on the cheapeft Terms io Dublin Every New flat and foori as wjth Varif ty of ihfthcfi Sta tionary has a comfortable ROOMY hi thorough To BE in the nioft airy and beH part ot Rent with or vithoat a ADJOURNED SALE OF BOOKS JAMES VALLANGE isnow felling by AUC 1 the remainder af Tery valuable he yet arc the Beautiful BOOKS of PRINTS unj NATURAL with coloured a fine CwlltAion of FRENCH and many of which Iplcudidly bound Hinongft them tht PHILOSOPHIC TRANSACTIONS 5 ENCYCLOPEDIA aa par RO r et 75 Chauchards Gonghs Sepulchral Monument 3 Pcronnct on a lhc Crozat of a Har dingn Plntes for large paoer Buffons Na tural 43 QJuvret de Voltaire ta Uaftct and Biilkcrvilles in many others of equal Sale will begin each day at n Biidcontiunc until all are Wd Catalogues may be had at the place tf Euftacc ftreet A report Was prevalent at the Stock Exchange that the Government of Bonaparte was declining in power and popularity and a policy was opened offering 5p guineas cj receive 100 if diflotvc5d wfthin the pfcfent Specu of this prove than that the fpirit has been re pfeffed By tnepeacel We1 haVe heartfof a faction againft uniiing the talents and influence of Bernatloitei and and this party is laid to be formidable the forbearanceof to our apprehen proves that iris not ijas the powers to crufh all internal to his Au and we doOot thitik his humanity ft and in mdafiiie might fuggeft as We have did not exift a probability of Spain offering impediment to the coiiclufion on bafii pndffofed by this Ue jots to account thiCourtpf Madrid on the fiib raltar on the 15th annouoed to the ajirrilon iKe receipt jf of ceded to the preliminaries and fubfequent ac n I f i countSlneW tuat the courfe To this we have to add that feveral fceffeU have recently arrived andwtier pofWfrf having failed un jhipji having to the fpirit of the preliminary treaty Another overland difpatch Was received at the IndiaHoufe en thisconveyance we a body of Panjalum Courchy Poligars the fur render of the defcended of there r iormer conWed chiefly of rinding their retrefat into the junglfefcur a line from north to flanked by heavy endeavoured to lorce a pafsln face of cannon loaded with concentrating force to that particular are ftated to have prodigies of The Ihock was fuftained by the Briiiifh arid Sepoys with their accuflotned and in the iffue the enemy leaving the face of the country for feveral cofs coveredwhh their An officer who was in this and who has had many years experience in declares tlat he never witneljeda conflict con ition of large OSavo BIBLES being now the ASSOCIATION for pro ig tlu CHRISTIAN A sW fen and the Public at that they arc ready to be delivered by WATSON and No 7 STHUITJ at the Sublcription Price of Six e o x Slnin per bound i to thofe who purchafc any not fefs than fcvcnnur distribution to IRISH YEOMANRY h Day 87 ANOLESEASTREET Three meflengers arrived this morning from Engltih andbne It was n naoured that iritfUtgejtce badpeen reeefvedof the figning of the be announced before the end of t but it has not taken The veffel in which the roeflengera brought Paris papers to the 3 ift The Wo ft fplendid preparations have been made at Lyons to receive the Chief we Detachments of norie are to be ilauoned on the His arrival at a cer tain diitance ftom Lyons is to be announced by t firing of The conflicted autho rities are to meet him in grand cdAume without the city and he w to enter Lyons under a triumphal arch erected on the great The fquadron that failed from Amfterdam on two three feveral traofportst frith a demibrigade on and foirte companies of It feems as if fome attempt liad been made by Marjuis Cornwallis to prevail Chief Conlul to con lent to the indemnifying of the Grand DuteofTufcany in Italyj infread of Ger The Chief pofuively infifted upbn the ftrift execution of the treaty of Lune On account ef fome great Bankruptcies which nave taken place at within thefe few an extraordinary meeting of the principal merchants has been as effectual muft be adopted to prevent the confequenccs ap prehended from theie 4zd who fubdued Bona partes Inrrncibles in has been warmly reffed at Winchefter but not more than they de in compliment to their The Guards have been particularly partial to Highlanders and GuardimeB being conftantly As revkardfltf hisMeycfly Intends Uiey fhalt fuccred the Stafford fbife in doing duty at A we was Tent down Saturday from the for eonvenine a CourtMarJial for the trial of the Mutineers the late dtfgTaceful affair at Bantry Bay The as we fifteen in and belonged to four different the Teme the the and the Ven geance They are on board the Adm Andrew Mitchells at Spfthead We have ftated that MonHeur has returned to bis refidence inthe Palace of Holy rood at The following by his Royal Highnefs on the ift T folicitoils fenfmcnuoffat sfattgn which he eannotbut ef ter t0a Country Wm by of and every demo Levee at Horyroodhoufe of inRuffia having fefem amiable to that and Dbmingo U in a flate of complete The infurreclion of the Blacks feerni to vie the fceneS4f the trench Ktrrftidoil objeft it to maflacre every European o Jt will be feen from the foUptirjng leiierii the chief the whofe wi overthrowToo1 ffairits has been A poAtcript to the u of that al of the Had beertAot or drbwnedf about Oxty white people had been i f that morning the P inarqh and fire it and the hbufes an beat to no and fro ia p fight nol to be defcribed ftoopt w artrit in few and tKjs Qenettf paky of drigoons oir rather die enem We wafMaiiiirteif sir whenr they with it raining in fa whple and the weatHer ho They cams up wjth aparfof from and charging t ia defired Rfi rL Bufinefs has without much once n6t and the inhabitants think the not txecutioni of the criminals are hourly and we as often hqar of their ders fcarcely a s left in the where they The phfis of the mfurpnts were well arranged i they had fopoik ed all their and affigncd toMattWeir different This city was tbelBrft oi their intended and I allure it nad nearly We ihould immediately iallen viflimi to their TotiflTalni and lJefahne are now in the vicinity the latter with a powerful The fears of thfe people art by no means r A meafurc ii in which is ftr Irommaniieftingany on the paff of of 6Uf can in conference of Frepch expedition or from the troubled flate of Eight of the black are immediately to be reduced the regaining together wuh the ordinary European being lh Jenl dctincd co I f vice ol the iflandsv 7 ws tew and brought them in Thofe taken will foon cuted brut is but the beginmng of Duiineis only krow8 how li but little a geheral panic has feized them allh a fpeafcs1 loud enough to DB prefents a ftene of upheardof yeflerday maffacred a number of among whom were feveral women and old An exprefs has juft gone to General fcho is at Fort to march with his ttooptf tot form a junction with General ChriftophejirV Something decifive will foen take 44 Ten i artillerJr Part of infantry haver Accounts from the enemy are io va rious that we cannot ascertain the number nof aif4 ciplineof his A number of the inhabitstita lodged on board of the American vefleU laft n jeht they were obliged to go oflF privately and in 4Srt roendous Sleep is a flranger to we were hut up iu a fmall room laft moment erpecling will be the Every fince Ihave murder has I havefeea human entrakls carried iipon the bayonets of the inhuman Negro fi yet we are thank ing of troops marched out with fufficient for feveral aajd their b their The light wasnpvthjHim noiaiDf embargo been laid aW Tuefday At two o clock this morning the chief of i brought in a prifoner and lodged in He is fettered in a cruel and his cries are heard a long Ingenuity is at toirments for jwrir is fourhoifes witf feeemployd to draw him in His name is FlarilK aod hisobjeft was to overthrow the Our are momentarily pained ac counts of hocking rouiders committed ip Only a few miles fiom this a whole lamilies Were cut off in the mott barbarous I tfrpeft the embargo W31 be taken off T L In the courfe of this day the ttreets have been ftrewcd with dead fufFerel o putnfy without Another chief of infurgenis is taken but the danger not from without as The u hred and their aidadeCamp was night killed by the his Laft nijtht again the alarm was fpreadthjK the Vis i To day General with cutoff the heads of and among heaps of dead in public ;