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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 12, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                1M v GENERAL P a Quarterly Meeting nf 1 WARUfiNa and FKKE BKKTHREN of tlie Cor fatfpt or Guild ojf the following ftefdlafiblfs Vvdre nreea 1 it to this Corpo thaV oar jn CLAUDIUS has honour and iuJL CORPORATION it LD i iTfhat to f 1 in thefdjHi difchargctl the high TruHrrfpofcfl irt hirn with and i thir CorpohtttortMe aVjd jare he fcly given jto irt 1 crifuiiig mirfairhful and jji pur Worthy Ep r hi flattering continuance of cncc called td fee ability which your kind partiality a weak werjr i hive favei n do I thank you forthk for your pledge of future fupport fflr y ohjecftot feel a new kit i K et oT the Right j and i OHN rarljdmcii confidence we rcpDfed A T front inf OP gjfc of the WI VIC1 Public Jfatke the tliwfoHoivihg was agreed to s plcaiure behdd yourthiririg trie moft M their faithful aud upright and an to their 4cnle of your to uippott on eiUulng General I fJcrftlemeri who have certain the tholl gvatcful I am truly indfi fajd Ifferliantent yrte JAMJK CoA arc jvif tov the Rlirhtlfon SQN cJpportunity to expreft our rtnreffom c whole tenor of vour con both as of has made an pad your and iidibfed for a fpcurity and fodit A paper of ycfteriay rveii lowihg extrarH of a knot of It ia reported and fternattotti an embargo in all the ports of and fccondtd by Sir PATRIC the Thanks pf the i y t invigorate niy fo Your obliged liurnhlc T tfos Quarter AflTeinbiybf the Corporution hejdthw the Right Pariiameat in Qppf Clerk frutatiyis in for the Und fa inanifcAed in the the Army n whewby the Honor of the Britift Naine hw beeo Ib fijtnallt ahti ati T rti Liti fign abotte that itamr be mittcd to Lord and in the Dublia antt Cork NEWSOMi To and FREE r of refpca and For tov FriendMtijhe and Vicinity of and Tgtffflealout i t r i H with infinite I tort it affords mefi btfafVi u i N E A n at always Kj Office Igien THOMAI THORWf Bankof Ooveromerit De of and Bntilh ar daily ncgOciaitcd at the fair cntirtMctt f a Office hours frdni three i VJLi the and was would have mofr neft this N applcftreward of my con of Conftitucnfji fhould ever be Of a and he cannot fail to rc ui their uwort the VetnVutibn of his every and obliged whefe Upper jionaie farewell both accept my aqknow anJ Athilft I recall toyour recoltcAion tlie long and periods during which n UMnterruptedTy enjoyed the high Honor o thfigreatCityi and the unexampled affc Ihdependri6e od Property which BHthtrs t fefil with hontft pride fidence I Iwvethe hqner to IVur oblijjcd and faithful Serf tfnt i8oa ffeANCIS HELY on whom and didk on vvasextortedfiom hithby AS delyereder to t4fcSOLVED That unrrrnitting zeal and flaklity which the Rjoht GEORdjJOGLE have uni tfiriwly difcljarfttd the Reprefcntatives vf this City in their unOiakcn Attachment of thwir ftrongly tvlriccd by and manlyvlndication of her Rigbtn upon a late have rfrt irrtiuigeft claim upon our our mftft unqualified nnd decided J T laf JOrrN CLAUDIUS a jWvc the mttri of at muft critical Vrhicli crtdeared hrm to with his perfeci Commercial MERC HANTS arid TRADERS oT W fiX r having feetf tn the Dublin Evening Pod of sad a gentrSTObicrva Wcxfortf Cr and it our dutj forward and that fo far as it allude to the made in the office JAMES Collcftor is and that we highly approve conduct in that de fincc hit appointment hjm Voter and lattrcft on the fliat In eoafrfrnftV wiih our i are determined fujipoit our present Rtfue GKOWOJK at the 43 Signed 01 JQHN To WARDENS the Corporation of Philip Walfh BRETHREN your yrry rcfpeclable tU Mar to my fcutirocntt of he gsodcntugh to rtultt of the 2il ftichsird Jodd Philip Kayanagh OConnwr Edward peter Gauraa John Creane Meadows James Carpenter Sparrow Petrit John Cullimwe fotph iloylc BHrringtoQ julin Keating Chrtt Taylor John Hay Murray Connolly Barry Son Jacob Meyler Richard Stafford John Jwies Jones Hughes Andrew Codd Rolletor Dcvereux Williaui Hnghes Dcvercux Mauhcy Rea Keating Lambert t Prcndergaft Dqvjucur si EdwardFranklaud Erloch WeB nnlfnrct V Box well trviue Murphy John Giblbn SiUQut Murphy laims Harper Dcvereux Hare John Cfrzniclc SotiiUghaU Robv Thomas Breiun Whitty Charlta Jacob Johb John John Rcdmuad Philip Coif fJicholin Jordan Thumas Brtnvr John Rickardi John Fulo ohn Hcrron erron Wm Hen Hyiaod Henry Hughes Murphy Wm Redmond James Cwdd arid TRADERS of bufineft of aconfeffio the nnd he wtis to courfe it wsti He conjeiTion foeaji and afierted prejudice did dot liften to con TO IJurVng the of the could no a his fn thepre fetfce of alt the n Co oppreffiveart of confided violation of the and inducted me to wifh to be atisfied of thfrUtuJh of this oc a circumftannal examination dfh the for purpofe 1 eyprefs to minutelyyto exarnin ces ofthe cafe with his kqown Kis founded on ocular demon A to my not only crrtififrred the accounts 1 had but affures that foch inhu man and illegal nwafureshuve beetifrequently by that I lay this and all the proofs on which it s in thft before directing and rneiid to them immediately to upon the exa mination of and ro try with the utmoft feve of the all thofe ffisll be found an abufeof either tn giving fuch or ia of or of partiality 1 to have no to the of any to1 to the fufpenfion of from their offieeiv propojir for the places which ujmn our and to fill the according to the eflabuftjed wifh defcrvine perfons of Tlie fenfibledf the importance of this abufetand it violates the firA prin ciples of adrniniftravion of and fo fub verfiye civil will not neglecl wjincuU taw w the flficleft that no m either arnpng the fuperior er infe rior Officers of fltall or put m for crimes contend pr theferronof an in that 10 whom the tendisd w tth i i if accent further Are forae of WtiitlfMi 4t fj the and The TJCt faithful body the Cannot fc TVS 1 from t tc read to ni t that the It if a fiqgle Word of advice of haf hot either here or in of This excites Tome and on lam bad that it tape Pit there to theotherteui JO 4 for tbe Although tbcrif to true Jternraffigijed for thif mew of Parlinihenri there which influence lhe a of the Definitive iyppofe 10 be at no nf PaKliamejw to by law liable robe called paymeftts until a that without the worft iKe ftwny pe f y v jKuUly would infallibly ejtpart the the gold of he h ihf exl change firft and that he cruciWes of arid rnufi ceafe to oifef an agio upon Bfitifh belore Mm can take place with is wilt apply to Parliament far the delay of a They have the concunence J vn could beac plifted in a fhorter which eftms ax mgJy and uijtch Dfiiiblv dedre fa Orgngly as thi Diredots thtn do hereby coacur in flutiment wuh Merchanfi aqd of and do Declare that the Paragraph vhica we have fcen in the of the aid falfc and uni fo far as to the office idcd roe to your they have fe v that 1 fliaJlMMfer tTcviatv from twi Ie4 fc your f avvnuv ive the hijxor to Vour wort obliged and dented of his conduA fiace wd that we WilUan George beat Pounden Joyce franefs Bradley TofepbThohjpfon JacoVT e wn of crjmJnatt proceedings lawfully hall take theperfonal of accuf these be no I lit L n e examination j and that all by torture ftiall be for ever rooted out of the minds of the as a drigrace reproach to The large detachmenw lately made from our for the tuation and from The circumflancej thvl board of which the trial of the mutineers to take are not very generally 5ne is to all appearance a very of 44 m point of never has She built by and having been in the for many yea her on ekarnina found to be fo much that not was bear even the She finifhed in a fllght but fufficicnt and hat ever lain m where he has been uled only fnr the pttrn0ft of holding Courts Maf but certainly on any of fo much importance as the Wbtrhtr the French Republic pro vei dura or Bourbon horn any conrfc of event lhall be on the throne of their country has a fair profpefl of an ejctenfite v file of the her reduced embarrafled exclubve of many other requiring an age to recover their priaine all tend to f of England s great and zealous durine feve ra t years rhe to Jem the torrent of a WW and ftnguinary fflemof revelutipniry her fnendly reception of the erfled faourbon ftmng mamfeflation of concern for their mif and unceafing genprofity their refugee and numerous other defcriptions of loyal Jtmisramft butimolant in   

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