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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 16, 1802, Dublin, Dublin A TOWN OF T fl Meettig rue KAII and Principal oT the TOWN ami VICI JMITY of hy pniiiic N tinthe jjtft of the tolliiin Ariclrcts was nnanimouflv norccd to To SIR WE lieeariifO oMjiMrftiniy m pxnrefs mir iiRfeigncd regret at depatrurc from aii1 Imrn the DiRrifb Tiic whule rcnor vour eon during rclirlncc among ma of iiHs iu QI our aud filler us wiili vnicratiiuiand and iialnus loyalty wtre in word of tor a fictirity and proteifiun the severe tJitu unallc to Hiul vour general ami Icrivcd peculiar ijrivaiitage and Ifnnv thing cbuld nialcc repine fix returp of t is the consequent nowTuftain hut we liKVethe confutation to you flill continue on the Stjiffof fiMiatlon ne trafl you wilt long at the fcViemes of our cneinicb retjuirc talents ttt defeat while we thus grirtjfy ourfclveiiby a fain crpreF fion cur fentiinentt towards we licg leave lx oftcr tHhrite of our fcfpeitlto your illuftrioUs heneyolcnt and y have excited pur hfting ydahtiiy tooth experience profperityand Providerire may leave no ot your tteafU rs tlve HniVtcl prayer nuiricroUs Signet on behalf of tlic v liDWAIjLD Yo wlich Sir RQS3 the following p Vw TiO INRARITJIHY of of with every ftntitifcnt of refpeft and eflcem for my Friends in the Town smdVicinity of and gratitude for many of zealfftis coopfrVrtoii and triendihip which 1 experienced from upon all during the period that I com 1 cannot fail to receive with infinite tlic Addreis which has been con veyed It me tincere and real plcafnre to that my ppfefiioiial and private condutft have merited the ap probation thoic whofe charafters have been at all times lo eiiuncntly for loyalty and attach incnt to their King and and whole good opinion it rvill over hetfiy anibiiiop it mod fincerc and ardent good willies for the of the Town of and a juft ifn the lionorconferrrd in the pvefent I with the hipliett Ifour obliged Wd faithful January CHARLES CITY OF ATaSHERIFFS COUNTY holdcn at ihe of the CITY of The 8th Day of for the Eledion of a CifKtn to rcprcfent rhe aid City in 1 arliament iu the room of the Right HCTCIMNSON the CHRISTOPHER HELY HUTCHINtiON was Unani The following Refolutions were then propofed bySr jAwrs and fecoudtd bySir PATRICK which were unanimoufly agreed to That the Thanks and of the County of the City of now in County Court arc jnftly and they are hereby prcfentcd to the Right LieutenantGcnerat Lord HUTCHIN Knight nf the for the upright and independent difcharge of hie one of oar Reprc in Parliament and fw the and fo munilcfted by him in the Command ot the Army in whereby the Honor of the Britifh Name has been io fignally and nd Luftre lied on the Britifli Thai the Htou he requeued to fijh the above and that the fame be traiif niitted to Lord and publiflied in The The Dublin Dublin and Cork JOHNNICHOLAS JOHNGEORGE To the and FREE HOLDERS of the CITY of INenprellingmvgratefulfenfcof tlie tranfaclionsof this I haveadoubledtity to lUufxttntativc hinii to the Upper Hunle of vou havt no Icfij by your vulutd and atfoc farewell far both accept my acknow and 1 recall to your recolltJUon the long ana eventful during which my Family enjoyed the high honor of rqircfcnting this grew and the unexampled aiTemblagt ot Chariic Independence and Property which IHS graced mv Biothcrn feel with hone ft pride that vourcon fidcacc remains entire and v J have the honur to With great refpctfl and Your iihPgcd and faithful fRAACIS HKLY ftOVAL BALLINA AT a full ONKD OFMCERS and PRIVATES of the ROYAL BALI IMA icth January 1801 the following ic Cmnpaaied iili a prcfentcd to our worthy AXNEbLEV HE profpcdl of a happy and hcyior ablc Peace libcly t6 Pcnder nur StfVicea left necef fary ihan we would deem ourftlves higiily cnipabk if we did not uHify our gratitude of gen tlemanly aud foldicrlikc which wehavc at all uma expevifHcerfirnder your by a permanent Tiftimony of onr We have therefore to nqueO year acceptance of 8 which we are perfuad td will never be drawn by you in a bad caufe and at the iame time dcfire to afTure you that youwiil find us both ready and willing to rally under your Stand when the Preservation of our Glorious and the internal Pence of our Native Country may re quire our We ha Ve the honor to With due arcfpect and Yoirtnofl obedient By Ofrferof the WILLIAM aVPTAIN KNOXu To tfjf NonCommffianeJ Officers and Rrivatet of the impofBble forme to cxprefs how highly t cfteeni the honour you hiiVe done nw To the Commiirioiied Oifiterij and Men of Roysl Ballina I mutt pay this of having found them readrtp do tjieir duty as on evtry and willing to obey me on the fliortefr notlefc 1 tliauld le very inieniihtc did I moft gratefulry feel taanner Vnti have taken of ciprtfling your my conduct if 19 more owing to your loud partiality than ariy merit on my TJicAwotd whitfh you have prcfented me I value as it iliall be my pride to Wear itns Should foreign or Enemies call forth again uito a5livc it fltaH be drawn in the defence of our gracioan I have the honor to Your nioft faithful and obedient Bailing ANNEtiLtY TOWN 6 F the underfignev JV1ER C H A NTS and TRADERS of having fecit in the Dublin Evening Poft of a general Obferva tioa Ironi A on Impofitions and Kxtoctiois led by think it our duty to come forward and thwfueh Ib far us it may allude to the charges made in fhe office of Oollcclor ef this is and that we highly approve of his condutft Sp that de fince his appointment Philip Kavanagb OConhpr Kdward Meadwws Peter Me Gauran ad January Richard Codd John Hogan John Crcane Meadows Sparrow Pttttt John Cullimore Joicph Doylt John Wallh John Keiting Walfh John Hay James Carpenter Meyler Harrington 1 aylor Murray Connolly Barry Son Jacob Meyler Y Richard rftaftbrd John Jones Andrew Codd WilliamHughes Thomas Brenan Nicholas Whitty Charles Jacob John Cou fins John Crofljy John Redmond Philip Nicholas Jordan Thomas Brown Roifetor Devereux Keating Prendergaft Devereut Edward Hrankland Col ford Hughes James Devereux Matthew Rea Lamben Enoch Weft Box well Irvine Murphy JohnGibfon Sinnot Thomas Murphy James Harper Hore John Corntick Scoughile Ktaruey Roe Jaines Herroa Herron Cpghlau John Cardiff Prendcrgaft Redmond Mogue Co ford John Kcogh Coifnrd John Rrckards John Hughes Patrick Furlong John Jones Archer Scallan FitrHcnry Hylaud Dixoji Robert White Jcflcrs Antony Sinnot Staflford Widdup Whitraore Henry Hughes Stevens Murphy Wm Redmond James Cndd TOWN OP the MERCHANTS nnr TRADERS of y who tranfaet bufmefs at the do hereby concur in fcntimcnt tvlth tlie Merchants and Traders of and do Declare that the Parngrapk which we have fcen in the DMia Evtutfg of the aid is falle and un fo far as alludes to the office of JAMES BO Culkclor and we alfo that we highly ap prove ofhis conduit tince his jjth Sparrww Damby JefTers Cufl 1urlwig Codd Peter Redmond William Coild ard iitcacy Oroide Btal Morgan Kinllcy John Pounden Jtihn Joyce Francis Bradley Jufeph Thompfon Jacob O rTCE ts hereby that the jDircftors of the Royal Canal rtctiw PROPOSALS lor KIHLD1NG the LOCK fur OPENING the ROYAL CANAL into the LIFFKY a nlfp for BUILD ING over the RIVER EOYNE in the Owmy of Such 1ropofdh to le feaUd up and to the at the Companys a8 Lower which will be taken hito Conli liemiMMi on the aytli Any information relative to the aforcfaid Works may be from the Sccntary as Signed by JMAUK ROYAL nth T ANTED Ty the Uoyal Canal an ENGINEER in the room of of ejptricnce in TnlriiU and Abilities will bear the muftuutjueaionabie Any Pcrfon anfwenng will meet Complnfation fuitable to Ins v or olhcnvife will received by the at the Companys Lower will be into confideration on Monday the t5th of February It rcyueftcd that none will apply but fuch at in every anfwcr t lie above Signed by MVRK PRIVATE competent to form the Morals nud Manners qf YOUNG having been cntruftcd wich fuch a wilbei to whdfc Education would been cu j the tcacbeo English and Geo a Unc to B at the or COUNTY TpHE UnderfigncJ MEMBERS ofthe FAR x rcquefl a Meeting at on the with a View to cftalmili on a more eitcnded a IY for the advancement that greauft of all National jth William Rev James John Far CHRISTMAS fc PRESENT for ihe NEW YEAR aay tt Means vf an EflMJlmtnt fw urt by who SHARED and immtdiately PAID the hfl of TWENTY THOUSAND POUNDS fold in The BriiiOi Lottery prcfcnts allemblage of the lowing Capital 4 Prizes of 4 Prises of 4 4 to 50 loo jo 8c Do WHOLE ENGLISH J EIGHTHSlnd J SIXlEEN Are now letting at the lowed Prices and the full Money for Prizes are allowed Exchange at this SIS STATIONARY IflT PATENT 18 JANVAW Hattttjurgh JWails remained due wljfcrt OUr piper was put to By dated to PlyrnotJth by the John Capiri it appeara that one ot the French 74 gun which failed on the Domingo had returned difroafled in a violent gale of Each line of baitle hip had 6rrbiiaVd 750 feamen anrl 800 A French Qmper arrived in fix on Friday He irnmediateiy went to Saturday Qnorpaid a vifit to Lord and in the evening the ft t off with difpaiches to Rlartjuii at Tiie bufincfton this oc cafion is faid to have been highly important arid fome perfons peculate on the arrival of the Defi nitive Treaty by Thurtday t ftatied that fifty foil of the with an extra crttti piemen t of inarines and are to remain in Commilfion during the Since rhe limning of the Preliminaries of about one hundred vefTels have entered the port of the Scheldt hVving been free during rhe whole of twenty merchants of coniiderable property from Holland and Germany are preparing to fettle in thsit Every perlbn who strives at a frontier of muft the Prefedl to get paflport and uplefs it is from the Minifter of ihe Inrtfriorat he is flopped tilhrhe fends the patfport to Paris to be PafTports given by French AmbalTadors at Foreign Courts are not svorth a i We are happy in being unce to their numerous friends and that the ift li n of the Coldflream Regtment of lately arrived from areefcpeclerj in town in divifions and nexi This gallant Corps hns fufiered Teveely during that glorious and ever memorable in officers rrjcn f not only iiMjowfequenee the whicH theyftfftflined hfainft the veteran troops of but alfo1 from the effecls of a climate peculiarly inhofpitablc to European conftituriativand the very Rarafling and ftvere dunes which they under wenj both to ihe Eaftward and WePward otAle Jcandi during the period of fixmonhis They had however the farisfacTion to ice rheir laboois in wTth thoFe of che reft the army crowded w trlt in the finil expulfian of the French and are now returned to enjoy their weJlearmd re ward in the applaufe of their the en dearments of domeftte 5 We ae happy 10 add that they left their the gallant in good health and fplrits at General Bairds detachment from that in in addition to rhe Native confiHed or detachments trom the and the flrengrh the and regiments of with a of Thefc cprps remained at Alexandria when the laft accounts from or ders from borne how they are to be difpofed A very ingenious machine has lately been in vented by a Scots which fcems capa ble of being rendered exuemely ireful to the de fence of rhis country and irs It is a kind ot moveabic or quite It urns upon a pvor irt a peculiar and always peents to the enemy a very acute The two fides forming this are com pared with the line which would include the but it is not a there being more If ftruck by a ball it is only turned the hot being neceffdrily thrown The cannon in the mfide i fired from the which is pre sented to and the embrufure is made by dropping a flide for an which is then re The perfons in the infide fee their object through a very placed fo corrrf pond the cnnnon in fuch a manner as to be qimefufticientfor taking Its machinery urn thtmoft ponderous or guns of any calibre with greateft The guns which cattlei contains is a new capa ble of firing with much greater certainty of effed than the commoti The whole is b mb proof 5 fiom the hot nectlTarily ftrik in fuch a manner as only to v hir the machine no great impreffion can be In are for provifi The following are the of ihe Put upon their Trial on Wednefday laft before the held on board the Gladintor Hortfraouth Harbour John Thomas James Thomas James William Cook John Chriftophur Joieph John John Day I in James William AND Uttering feditious cxpreffions and for conceal traiteroiu and fcditious words fpoken and Undno to the hinuranee of his Service and not to their reent 1Uch and not ufing their utmoft endeavours to fupprcls the between the and day of 1 lhe hiwing extended fo two have the fatisfadion of being to coBiqriirt fc on thJ crews of all rhe othetfhipi were In the moft complete date of difcipline and fubordination And have farther to that not only the but the Seamen of the in particular offer ThT fTT BSft in thd The whole of the Dutch fleer bound to rhe HS TV PUl Fridfly afrernoon confifting of four fail Of L8 p3 bng a ViceAdmiral K f Broad paffed he back of Goodwin bound to the Weft Another Squadron under Adm Hdnfink comprifioe one French and three u S0ne from Minorca to Malta gamfon and works there Ge J III CiepiwnecomtaandiinhUabfcncc one r publ Con liasi unite great political with military fl I A t rivate tarter i difputably the moft efleem of after Like he rperfl he better than having facrificed for the foon after his 4efired ed perfons might be as that he might not be to Carnot went to agahft the He Chewed whom hewifhed to remove irotftf were all known to the he nrgtwd m Conlitution would never be relied if violated by author finding IMS advtci he thn virtually refigned hisoift Minifter of at the inflance of he did the duties of it for fome time rerw He now refutes upon hitefiate and is probably aware that the by this condudl may g becauie he is not prefent to receive on the his oty colleague mnrh During his Italy ly avaft treafure the Conf pearedly broken in and the public grofsy mifapplied j too at leaft for tinAicceUful He alfo refides Ins and can hardly ever again political except during foran w adopts and if jeered every where The mode of living as far as habitations at is what fr was i the Revolus except thar tbtinhabitantt are f while the large fort remain in the principal it ly be much In thfe a family of cdlWfii tion jcrheps one whilefire other families furround them tinder the fame rop Ar the entrance you Written as though there noSuifleijn In front of every fuch hotel as well of the public were in gold during rhe reign of Thefe inicrjptions except as ou la That is univeHally and me rdt ofthe inapplicable gibberifh is expecled to The rmlburfloor in the hotels is occu pied by tradtfmen the firft by thofe who can pay the and Though liveries have not yet been formally re is a by w hich are obviotifly enough and the Firft Conful has now the extrniple of rendering rim His or I mould hit are irk a plain gold lace thofe of Madame Bonaparte light green and We perceive in the Councils and m the a confidreable fptrit of tion to the French Government It appearS that the philof Republicans are highly enraged nt the countenanceHonaparw givesjoihe Cathohc Religion and numbers no ottcnded at principles and conduct of ilia The Triburare the Civil ihough they weVe recommended by the pain us and enforce tuucs to a numerous lengrhf fapple to the containing the debates of n j Srate lPon he propofed md others of the Brtf ottnc Hrong and have fccceeded in feveral This is rather bold on their while the prefent prevails in and hether Bonaparte fubmit and flifle his indig or tt herher he will appea Io his fortune anrj de of his remains to be M L THF hen the prejirpinaries ot peace were many people imagined the definitive would follow very We then thai vv could not from the difpo limm H hith appearedto manifeft that nemy be yet we Hated vartous which remained for difcuffi on and the arangetnent of ue m ghc by reauire more time than was gene pretendingto be par llllhe retrft P obvious the primaries as well as from rhe debates in that ihe points which rerriMned to be wereche feule n account of French prisoners of y to never conceived thcm were like y byfhiS we fin5 already convefati growing impa at whar they conceive to be an unnlcefliry delay bringing matters to a Ihfe Inive confidered flow proceedings at which tooft remo and milH be will not be d even appears plain and i who are to affift at the or a thoufand ofher nchdo not affecl rhe eliemial lufpend final ar f Taltey d Aould i afrer the Idling O o to the we have alluded to e lfcrfdlt llim oft determined hCf a 1 At fl1 events if diffi we not of
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