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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 14, 1802, Dublin, Dublin GENERAL To tht and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNl Y of A Reluctance to difturb the County by a prc has hitherto reftrafiicd me from hitherto as far as in rrty to premite and uphold what I conceived the ellcntul terefts of the pcrfuafion fuch niuft to been tire principle of my par Jlamentiiry CoildUiTl upon every wlie tbor I or whether Toppled the Government Of the ihall only that if you honour mctviih your con I fjmll never forget my obligations to nor the paramount duty by which I feel niyltlf bound to that Coun to xvhiciij indebted for every blclling I t have the honour to bcf With the your obedient leave to return my fincerc thanks to the Frecholderstof this for the many aflunnccs of lupport I hive received fincc I bad the honour of apply JH3 to and entreat they will that I by every effort rin my perfevcrt in a purAit in which thefrkindnefs I have theinoftfauguinehope of iV To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of TT was intention at a period fo remote from the prwbnble to have eibreflcd my humble confidenire that my nufi at yourUleprefentative rOjis to the utmft of itiy abi lity proved my aniiety to obfy and to fcrve Gem leincu have offered ihemfeivcs to your roiifidtr4tion I cannpt longer defer entreating the conti tiUance of that Support which hai fo honorably placed me in Uie Station 1 now fill affurihg you that I fliall ever crtnlider the henor ofreprefenting the County of Dublin in Parliament as the higheft that can be conferred on and cndeavottr to merit it by a zealous and independant attention ta the tranquility and profperity of the promotion of the General Believe me to with the higheft Yourmofli faithful and obliged bumble HANS To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of by a number of refpeclnble whofe Intereft and Confcqueuce fliould have wciglit in your I moft rclpedlfully propofc rtiyfclf to beVomc one of your Candidates on the next general The long time my life was loft in defence of your youi1 independence from foreign oppreflion reprc me to make this addrefs to your freJings and the tntcreft my Family murt ever derive the advantagea accruinj to and more efpccially to the County and City of authorifcs me iu fome to make this appeal to your Should 1 Be To fortunate as to obtain your my life flwll be ia endeavouring to promote the prof Parity of that County I iliallbe fo liappy as to aJIkim of my prcfcut fo ex tenfivc and emtrating fo large a trad do not Jllow me fur the to render my pcrfoiwl refpeSt to yoii j as Coon as it is confiacftt with my military Ifljhllnot fail to wait upon and to rcquoft your kiiid mttrcft in my I have the honor to with greatelt Your moft obedient and devoted humble Tf the and FREEHOLDERS s i of the COUNTY THE general report of a fpeedy diflblution of and the nattering fupport which my Family on former occafions have niet encouwges me Offer myfelf to veni confideration as a Candidate for repreftnting your County on the firft va Should I be fy fortunate as to meet with your it frail always lie my fhidy faithfully todif 1 have the honor to Your moftobedieut and PE TIR LA V th J the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY 15 number of Addreffcs from Gentlemen m their which appear in the public Papers the next and at the fame time to renew my grateful ac knowledgment far the honor you have Co repeatedly on by chuling me to reprefcut you iu the honor and eftecm Your faithful and humble TrttOPHILWS To the GENTLE and FREBHOLDFRS of the COUNTY of THE moment I received certain Information thru Sir EDWARD CROFTON had de rlnud any farther ContcH for the Uonorof reprefentint vouin ibc I determined to fct out from to pay myperfonal and fo hmthe honor of Votes and Intereft on the next Mcneral EkAion for your Kam delayed hcre by vary heavy fall ot but ihall proceed to Ireland M faft as polbble to folicit your fupport in Hud bwd among the btjnor of reprcfcntinu you m PMhinent is my lugUeft nd it fhall be my ftudy through life ty prove my Rnmerefttd at tachmcut to vour for fcrvico 1 have the houor to With great obtdieut faithful ferviinf To the GENTLEMENi CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the KlNOi ic flBNTLEMENr PREEMftNM fyfoeWp of M 01N1I11 nje to return mfjfcinneft Tlianks Honor youhave ready conferred 6n me tnTinianimoully efcifting me your Reprcfeotative In Par and at the myfetf ajfin a Candidate for in the humble hope conduct in tliar and my attention to your have met your Sliould I again be honoreduith yuuf I fliall endeavour to lliew my gratitude by a utteation to i lift futcrcft your great Commercial City in that of itiy Country in general I have the honor to Your moft blxdient and faithful December BB RES WAS called frjrth frotttttiy retirement by the Voitte of my FcHowCitistenii and the important and To the FREEMEN airi FREE HOLDERS of the CITY of n rw T Voitte of my FellowCitistenii and the important Sacred Truft of rcprefcnting this great Metropolis in Par liament waicommitted to me in very critical times 1 have hitherto executed this Truft with and 1 hope the fatisfaftion of my and I am now detained in London in tlie performance of the duties of As I think the honor of representing the City of Dublin in Parliament the higheft that can be I refpeafullyfolicit the rontinnance of your favour to and your Suffrages on the next General Election to maintain me in the fituation in which yctur partiality to me On the laft hat placed me and take theliberty of expreding my my abfcnce from cauftd by my sttcndance on your will not be prejudicial to me inthe purfuit of the Objed of my honeft or BsiNa OMfe or VOOR REPRESINTATWIS IN HIEXTPXVtiA and will excufe the unavoidible deficiency of my pcrfonal application to of I have the honor to your moft devoted And obedient St j GEORGE OGLE begs leave to inform his numerous and anxious that in order to avail himfelf of the Information and offcrn of Support which he has hourly received fince his he opened ah Office at to which he rcqueftj that all communicatiousupon the fubjedl of his Canvas and Elecliun may be Tt the FREE HOLDERS of the CITY of OT entirely unknown to you as a Reprefejn tative of the I truft 1 have made no impref fion on your minds unfavourable to die ambition 7 how entertain of reprefcnting this great City in So ago as the year your partiality to my Family was evinced by the warm fupport with you bon6rd my Father in a long and memorable conteft no fcfs prc it was than thofeofthe moft exalted and popular Family in thekingdom coiild have dilappointcd of tlie diftiniffaon he had afpired to and I truft that nothing has occurred cither in regard to or the relations in which we ftaiid to wards otip native which can bring me to your notice with any diminutions ol that avour my Family has fo abundantly by the very favour able reception already met I fliaM m frying the extent of your good opinion and if I i ii0rtUllate as hecomc thc of your 1 Hiair make it a principal ftudy of my life to convince you that I fhall think no confideration paramount to the honor of reprcfenting the City of Dutlin with purity and and wjth the crtcem of my I have the benor to Youf moft devoted and yery obedient htimblf To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of A S the period is probably nofcyery diftaht when x a Diflblution of Parliament wflpVreftore to von tlut moft invaluable Right of choofing your I take the liberty of fubmitting my parliamentary rondiuft to your impartial with an huntbte that how ever I may be deficient in abilitios to fcrvc I fliall not be found to have been wanting cither in zeal or fide lity to your I feel an honeft pride in and I tfuft I may exprcfs it without thc imputation of that at a time of very genml political and upon one the moft trying and critical occafiona that perhaps ever ftriftly and adhered principles which I publicly declared to youTn the Court you did me the honor to eledl me the prefent I am very fenfiblc that I was more indebted to your kind partiality than to any merit I pulVcfs lor thc honourable fituation intd which you ticn placed nic if confiftency of condud be tlie noft certain ttft of as well as tht fureft foundation for public I flatter myfelf I may without pre fumption requcft a continuance of your fupport at the General rr 1 have the honor to With every fcntiment of gratitude and Your faithful and obliged and humble To the ELECTORS of thc COUNTY of ujxn at a very critical period by a of the modrefpiiaablc Body in our to niTielfa Canjidate for the uoWof reprefentinfi you I confider myfclf dcikient in for thpft whofe wiflies in my favour w fo ftronaly were 1 not to take ndv4u AN opportunity of exercifmg your privilege as Conftituents cannot now be vrrydiftant when it lart a ntar and muchreceded Relative of who does not purpofc again to oSer himfelf for thsu was the Objca Of your choice Encouraged Uy vcrv general aflurances of I have indulged die hope that 1 1 may not be thought uftwoathy of the 1 ruft you have already rcpoled in Should 1 be to fortuuHte us to your can fafcly aflurc you that you will have choice o a Reprefeniative by or dcptudent will icaJoully attcnfl to t and mtcrefU of hu looking to thei bation as thchsgheft reward his ambition can fu have the honor to Your moft obedient and devsted humble fervanii ROBERT LA j ENGLISH PNGLISH STATE LOTTERY TICKETS open the 13tJ chiefly aM I By The Subjects principally taken in the County of Wick including the and Lead flicw ing Aie difFercnV manner of working them the moft interefting yiewi taken from the new Military and clofe Scenery of the Seven twelve of which are fiir to accompany a Tour through tkat romantic Further particulars of the td be fcen in the Propofals delivered at the DKirs be open from ten oclock till OCHRISTMAS erf PRESENT for the NEW YEAR Wicb eventually may It iht Aftam of an Efablijbmlnt for rtatfffor delivery ty who a SHARED tnd immediately PAID the laft Prize of POUNDS fold in The Brhifli Lottery prefcnts an aflemblage of the follow lowing Capital 4 Prizes of 4 of 4 4 10 50 100 too Dp 50 i8f WHOLE ENGLISH I and I Art nowTelling at the lowcft Prices and the full Money for Friars are allowed in Exchange at this STATIONARY tf Genuine PATENT n Jefiding amongft in moft pe and hviug m of intimacy with you all I am well acquainted your and with that fpirit wiiich at All times ntjr Ulcucc emboldened to igh mark of fricndfhip confidence U to I hall cndea nl ttuft ia and my the welfare Of my w ith and ref I and Arc on Sale in flrrcat Vurtftv WILLIAM JONE8s nr u Of whoo BANK of ENGLAND NOTES may be JANUAKr The rumour of the arrett of Moreau and other French and of an embargo hnving been laid upon all the hipping in the French has been proved to be without the lea ft The Paris Papers to the Vh wliich we re ceived laR do not contain one word to induce us to fuppofe that ftich a meniure eiiher has taken or is in The Chief ConfuK who to have firt ofT for Lyons on the i deferred his departure to the 6 The Minifter of thfe Interior left Paris on the The Minifter for Foreign Affajrs is already arriv ed at On the zgth he gave a grand dinner to the Cifajpine Notables j a very afiecl ing event took place at The ArchBifhop of a venerable 82 yars of hdd taken his feat on the right hand of and had turned to fpeak to in an iaftnnt he fell back in his chair and The plan of the Definitive Treaty is faid to have been brought over by Lord and the peb plfe of France exoer that it will be prorijulgiired tefarr t e end of the The reafon of the Chief Ctniul having delayed rill ihe is believed to have been occafioned by a wifh to put a finifhing hand to the Definitive Treaty before he left No imelligeiice has been received from the Breft Fleet fince its JAKVART This day we received the Paris Papers to the inft TheMoniteur is filled wjih debates of jihe Legiflative Body on the iaws of marriage j and Are to in the difcuffionbf fo important to the interefts of that religion unq morality are once reforted as the inoft unerring guides in coming to a proper de fifwn on this Thefe papers make no men tion of ihe ftate the negotiation at A number of charitable which were fufpqnded during have aguin re diined their functions their benevolent views have been alfo aided by the The daily increafe of the Poor in Paris engrofles the attention of at a periou when the advance on the price of provifions is fuch as to them almoft beyond the rwch of mid dling elafs of the It is rather that in all the dT cuflions which have taken place on the article of the King of Sardinia is never fo much as The Seine has rifen within thefe three in a tablt alarming The water nmv covers all jhfe Efplanade belonging to the Hofpiral of Inva the Chnmps and ihe plain bf We are inclined to Relieve that this inundation is not alone owing to ihe melcing of the and the great rains which we have had for tome day pafl j but that it has been in part occafioned by the breaking of the dykes bf They write from Caon under date of the 3orh The plain which environs our Com mune is covered with water to the depth of five or Iix This inundation extends for a league We are in great apprchenfions for this Letters from dated the 3oth thatthe joy of the inhabitants bf that at the profped of feeing the Chief is inexpreffi One hundred and fifty young men at their own put themfelvesin which deemed lor tHtt Sitting of the OonCblt a 3 finifoea h hat a moft majcftic it is in an elliptical dividedinto two parts by a flratght are fifteen rows of one above another in an amphMieatrical form On the jgth ot the Prefident of the following Letter HTHE CURRENT PREMIUM s fair hQuii from tea until the thc Natnu i u BONAPARTB The fiift Rferl from MaHto Our from the Hntue They contain damage done In various parrs of flttftii overflowing of the riven gfeateft quence of the continual i weft which nnK lies at prefcnt under liate giveri which not a li the At this itarure wok between the nigt if f m m t an the iftmetrSll at and hipvyrights yafdii ati 6f fettle places Is rifeti fortunate in danger but little fnow and The Admiral With nu iquadron c fifting of one and three Dutch frin having the 7th halfbrigade of has put to Early yefierday morning the on which brigade and feveral of failed r fifts of the Neptune BtMtiis jean a frigate and a it will proceed to pornirigo The Trial of ttie pJFthe fquadron commenced on oclock id the momingi on board his hip at The Gbtitt ferving feveral perfons raking minates of the cohfulted for forrie time on of publilhing the evidence in detached and at a determination that notes might be taken of the but not publifhed till the conclufion of the The following are the tarries of the Officer who compofe iht Court Martial v j ViceAdmiral Pole Gould RearAdmiraJ Holloway Griodall RearAdmiraiCollingwood Naale RcarAdmiral Campbell Louis V pifpatches daily pafs between the AdmiraW and the Prefident of the CoimMartlal afjembled on the trials of the Mutineers j but the do not r 1 Yefterday we received a feries of New York from the i7ih to the ayth duel was fought oh rhrfMK New Alexander Mr in at the tirfi through the He languilhed unrtl the when he died It originated in conveTiuuoi ufe4 wrpeaing an J9 1 U letter fVom pi aift the the United of peace has been hn immediate fall of country and a ftagnation of commercial The plan for admitting foreigners in upon terms fimilar to thofe upon which men are admitted into other has been rejeded in the Tribunate by a raiajority of two to It has been inferred that this plan has been rejected frtr the purpole of adopting the more en larged policy of the Conftituem Higglns and two Kings failed Dover for with on They carry over to Jacklon at and Marquis Gornwallis at ihe refuh of the Cabinet Council on in which we believe not only the Defi nitive but fome parts of the Commercial I reaty were The MefTage of Bonaparte to the LegiflatSve on pining an end to debates upon the Plan of the Civil affords room for deep and lenous It is calculated in the firft place to britig the Legislature into verV tm mentffrj dilgrace with the by favouring a that the tegiflative Body arc inimical to the adoption of a Civil fo anxioufly wtpecled and defired that their debates are and that the Mem bers are not influenced by that of intettion deemed are not quite certain that we underflandClearly what ftonaparte by Unite he mean that ihe Legiflaturv do not defins that a Civil Code hould be adoprexl at does he mean that M rht to be utterly We have read the of moftof ie Jhfe tvo TncJ we have that or with more anxiery for the public flnd with more evident marks of attachment nnd aflftfclion for s lf ftwlt Tatlier ll pf Bo calculated to poptlarity Therii in tlie meftege which torally inferences by no means favourable to hmillalfo II wlU he it no mveftigation enquiry into his fyftem of he whole conceive the1 meafure tq be uowife in the higheft
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