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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 19, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                L CO UR T MAR for Yiiaf of he IVI in i v Jlifi Mil en loan Jlip in Ptnfmwlh lojetktr with the order from i he holding being narrative1 of the mutiny was given i FIRST DA BETWEEN nine and ten oclock in the Ollicers were appointed Members of the Court VircAdmiral Sir Andrew VicAdiniral Pole KtarAdmiial HolUmay RearAImirnl RearAdmiral Campbell Ucrtie CapUm Jones Captain Orindnll Captain Olbonie Csptaiti Si i Nagle Captum GouU Captain Captain Greet Judge The fallowing Seamen were then brought in and put ton their trials JoLii late Captain of tlir Fnrvcaflle James to ditto Janet ditto ol Captain of thc Foretop TLumai bill 0 0 to ditto James beleuging to the Maintop Jttin ditto Chrijlofbrr ditto William Hit belonging to the Fnretop the fhipV butcher Daly Joftfb a mat and William The fui loners were then charged with with mutinous and fedrtions with taking an part certain mutinous and with having heard mutjnotu and treasonable and not revealing the fame they Ought to have done to tdeir Commanding Of cen of the was the The ctjflcumrv rorrcfuondence between him and the A ihe thc Captain mutiny WHS given in and read a fenman belonging to the was the firil Being a a parti cular kind of different from that taken by tlu Pro was adminifkred to He gave the following account of the mutiny 1 know the On the ifl of in the larboard bay in tlie morn I faw 19 or so people they were drinking cither or wine they fwore to be true to each When they were going to begin they Drink fo us like Britilh there is no fearj we trill through the hufiiiefsj fljake hands like fHck to each other there is no fear if there are no Fitz gerald was ana 1 did not fee Allen Tav lor was th Jones was there I did not fee Ciols nor White John Daly was not On Satur day morning the at nine and Cooke afked the hips company if they wire willing to cpme to tell their now the war was that they did not with to go out of the Thty went half way the and made come and fpeak to your Officers like isihe time and they went aft directly it was then about n Jhey fpeke to Douglas and Gore afked them what they wanted They feid thry were informed they were going out of and did not Vilh to The Admiral came on deck and afked ihe queflion they anfwcrcd that thty wanted to know where tbey were and that they would not heave the anchor to go out of the The Admiral dcfired to go down and be quiet that the Temeraire had an excellent and he fhould be very lorry to report mutiny in thc They all went down to the Iriwer Fitzgerald Coeke aud Ward nobody Ilipu d drink than their and in any IntnW get they would nk them and they hoped man would land true to each The word man who was caught lying on the yardr the Vould he punMhed by I for faying Wir iwrt any Officer the in ofe didnbr draw their arms againft them but if the did or draw their they would fVw no mercy They the Oficers not kill more than fifty or Imy thc forenuft men this was laid by Fitzgerald to me and thc firfl man who turned and would not fame as the fhould be knocked tlead A great many more befides myfclf heard tin The fame time I heard Fitzterald and Jack Allen There is no I but they will go through With their but we will not go out the Allen then there no fear for the tiian of wars as they would make them do what they liked t when thty On the 6th of about one as the mm were at I faiy the the After he Fitzgc and Taylor now is your tower the pom dmfe the ports they were all down but which Allcft lowered down Another port was not quite I heard that port U not Cummins bar thc Taylor aud Chef and frtrje ordered all thc fruitles to be Hauled defircd i maft to wit of the fee it any boat was coming checttd at the fame isine and alked what noife that wns When they to cheer again he dtfirrd them to come on the and let the Admiral knoW what they and if he could gram it he They all began to and aild Hil her fend thc Matter the down we wont to fpwk to 5 noixitly but He fluill conic At the fkJBie time Lieutenant had flnp the ladder and got one Of the went Wid did he hud like break the Ueu Jones aad Cooke break and kill him A few alter the aud keep thc ftopic Fr i cricd uul Ijtoot iLodlooking the hawfehole to uc if aov ttai White trv Win but could njy up to th quarter when the Admiral nikvd tlve company what ariJ I lo mach uoife avdonfuitori Jouei fjui had ever been made to know they vere gums Jonui Th tutu IFV Ud bctur not to be they tam nothing by it helaid hedid It wucrc he WHS going he uidcrM to Ua on a and mud tltlt vry he all thtu hc huued rhcy wii h Manj we will not 20 iKe ve will gc and in On Sunday morninfl u i a few cannon cartridges pondtr in the Uker on the larboard in a mall waOiiugtub covered with two Jolxn Daly Mien I was looking ever the uiked me what I anted in the 1 alLed why he wanted to know toU him 1 wanted to fee the in it fhould be to heave Daly dclircd me to be and I did not he wuuW make me and that a man was itantly fcntry at thc manjjer prevent anvvne m gaing except the Yeoman of the ffbe Iwtmel was pat there by the Monday ftie Ward ordered nu not to bring my lumniock umil piped and ikat iuin ihpuid drink mrng until it was all fettW and that they Ucif work if pofllbte that no be to their King or thai the wr they would of thc the firfl man wlio found drunk fliould be among Ward pafled thcfc orderi round to tvcry there was a great quantity people coniulting and when tnc to every man iikd to big aftd out jjiain vhtn they wrre but they fpoke fo low I coqld not what they laid Theftxrbnful htld in Fitzgerald and Chcftermans Lrckicr fajd hc would be if he wouldTbip thcCap Uun bar to fia out of and he hoped every Ixniy was of hs Mayfield he had been eight or nine in the and would like to go fee hit friends now the warwan Every one was told by Chcffcr they fetched their hammocks up heforc they were thty Motild be the with ther On the filence was kept fore and came nnmd to know if the other fliips were in the fame mind with the Chrfterinan the in the fame mind that there wan fleet wonW not fire at the they would hnd lupplin reinfnrcrnieots in thc three other they talked of in their OWta befwe t about fit in numfcefFiUgcrald told Tu u to be as nobody in the would inform of the beiiy all af the fame Ou W ednetday evening vjAtn the hammocla came James Ward went the Tower and me not to bring my hanttMOck up next morwiB tnc word was parted the larboard fide bv Wardaud Cooke pafled the word on the ftarboard fide fore and aft that they wanted to the lower deckj ivutliwiy m their own In twenty minutes after M ard county uujidcd and bid the hammocka to be brought up Mfual On the fame Taylor a letter under tVie Lieutenant Forfar came dowii rlofe by the and Taylor ran over thc ftarboard iidc between two until thc oflicer and whm he came They had pafs while the letter was writing Arft of ail they catch thc rattake hftld of tlte rat a of an officers Another watch wordxvas me a chew of tobactof another I want a i lung land your yrm Jopcs faid and if every man wai of my fio prifoner go but of the except they punillied On tlut day all the prifoners were picked etctrpt and 1 heard Uixon and Comayne and many more with near one hundred and they would take knives and tab the marines when they were afleep n their If every man of their VAind them poor fellows fliould not go out of the ihip it was not acting like but d d b y to let ttafc poor men Iwai prefent the Captain of the Watte Shackledayv and Williams aHJx lotting to the fame George Comayhc wai cloic by the George Dixon faid to did not think I was fit to be among the true Britons he thought I would report and begged me to 1 would and he knocked me down On the nth about ten oclockhe told me t fhould not gofiWe he would mftkf ine fick before the week was out I tujd him I did not He and George Cumaybe fung out as loud they that to cafe tluy could not dxftroy the they would kill the officers otjt of revenge that their comrades were gene out of the and if act wouktblow the Thonvu waMhcrcat the and faid M JM be farry he DadUnot killed officers on Sundays he powtr at the he had a crbwbw Jn bjt me a and I wcotawayandaevcrweat there t Examined the you eyer ftear tm Colling and elf a dnnk of They had another pafswftrd 15 u r 1r Lockier and many l ay lor what to pnt In the letter when it was wrote Ward went fore and and bid the men not to mind the and be careful to bring up and down their ham mocks as On the nineteen ty were looking at the paper in I could not tell what was in the I heard Fitzgerdd the fhould tfc itt In woulJ fire a and make firnal ancc S V than Wtfe Out Cheftcraan afkcd me it I was willrng to go out of the land I toW him flloul4 8 Ah v e Vengeance do what their Captain Fitzgerald never mind what they as we in merc Alien draw their arms againfl will fhcw no could not kill more than fifty dr Exty pco m thcy could find tir more f the K rlght t0 By there will t peopl bad thc 3nd ftrcnsththee is rough with fo that there are no inform P wh in his hammock cried while the been M a ufcof hetalled fpcaking to all thc men w three know we the for your ovfri fame ar ih when irrtiirVffcfVunifli i do tnc ijieu would puniOi to iteaurdlij Will Hfkr the erbw bar ne would cry up to t OQ n would go out of nlokf he hit r V Admirtrf hare faid in of 19 Or ao who fworetliey would go thn ujkthe you either ift any other fee of book to Wndthemfelvci to be true to tile a oing to Callcd ac xon the afked him if he could lhlCf 5 hc no if Vou adifturbancc you fhall be Dixon to Patrick who gave hS flip nol down afked what K y told him il was a be cobbed LieuteriantBogden told them they nifli nobody with their them aft to be it only a cobbing mmtdutcly Bogdcn was in the crexvd I law a man ftrike I cannot who it An alarm came djrertlv and Ueorge Dixon came down the foreladder from the maindeck aad fung out a baud up you here a in the people vcat up aud made a rufh to gii aft to take poffcfhon of the and difarm thc upon the and kill all they would foon ckar thofe Guuiemeu quality ofl the and fend them and cheering all hev ThCy dd ot uudtr to m uutr nt to and gamed thc Fit2gerald wanted them to go aft and take thc Thc Captain imrn eht CD up much time of t MY yt vere James and many whom I could not he flumld not be pm ifhed I Ue Captuia he he Keen drunt on aud mfoknt to fupeiior George Dixon one 1 could pick otat among of Ca J walking fore and utving hardjy room thc lie body w the front thar I could uke notice but more Do you know who were tVk of Jamcr A y time wejit forward to the i Wf powder yon have My other prifontr at the fay it that powder there to defend thcmfelves r to Bill we have plenty of nippcrlockerj cool the officers v ould they would rufli aft and Hilliard that will do very 1th of in the oourfe ol thrjfe Tee in any of the either n thc mid ahy of the teamen the Oaifi the prifoners betorcmmtioned or any other oath to ftand by I did Daly was lOoWng out at the hawftr to fte f boats were did you obferve anf fftcprrfoners caftingloofcany of thc tactleof the foreraoa guus Fitzgerald told them hc wpuld foon get two guns poiuted for the guns were loadefl QDid you know the went loaded i S tnat a he lower deck gumi were d faid tlicrc werc maByof thcm by John At what time i fee the fcavncu take tli lie oath e reft their andtonieand or the day did v tne about nine Crofscxamincd by Jofeph Ward Where did you fee me at the time they were taking thc oath Abreaft the Crofccxamined by James Can you recollect aay perfon who Was prefent to certify you me take thc or handle book None but them 1 Do you recoiled who firtt the oath Fitz petfcid was the firfl Chcflcrmaa the Thcy fwore to bt true to each Admiral The Court would advife you not to alk fuch oul y ftamp thc Aronijcr ajamft you than it was Frifcaer VYhat part of the Quarter deck was 1 in when you faid 1 fung out when the Admiral On the ftarboard fide of thc quarter clofc to tht foremoft In front almoft there were not more than five or fix men before In what part of the forecaftlc was I in when Admi ral Campbell came and fpoke fome on Heftoed by aud came to the larboard fide the rank where the Caiftain was he was one of Can you point out any perfon at the time tint l mtfff t tb klillC I It iC Ijeard exprefs tlie words that I nominated myfclf as delegate for his fhip the Temeraire It was but 1 knew there were or 70 He was one of Adfliiral If there was doubt of bhftittg you would criminate your by me and others inviting the what of the fl of thclower When the hammOcb were going ap on Tl youTay you heard me Damn you don yotar own minds what jime wai it ln the about nine oclock he was ftanding on th Croffexamined by James YOU was about nine oclock in the forenoon you you recollea any other who law Me not recoiled any other than I have Croftexamined by John CusamJas d called for fliot whereabouts when I fliot Nigh to your clofc to met bit from the place I ftandiat W to ftand my and ling out hot as came Q Vou faid1 putting words ydu krfow whak tbey I you did nnt fpeak loud enAUgh to le by it was poffibte for a man p4fr lee ports were down X Wfcat fide on wberi He tfrdflpd oret ln Oil the lOM fiihij W rSid Yrt b la itl Where you out through the 1 and r fpbke to BAly myfelf ifcW him thing gave me no Qt my or ot any part out of the No part at all but he mu lookup to fee whether aay boau were Ti be tfif t 14tKaaf ihort adjournment was is now obvi oiis adjmtrmnenfscan have rtorefetionro the which does not feem at atrjpjwriflrlrtf ir have required iHe interference of the Legifla It is feenerally belreved that the JVJinifter is iji daily of the Definitive and that he wlfhes to make an immediate communication of it to the Bonaparte it is have left Paris had he nor wifted to have finally arranged Treaty before his Its arrival is exottfed be Parliament rtieSrs Both Hmfes will adjourn on Tuefday next to the Yeflerday the arrived with difpatches from Marnufc Cornwallis at Aroti It was reported that he had brought the Drf we find on rhat the report is nbt TKe Definitive how may be now daily Lord William Colonel and Major a Swedifh about forty rtrh f arrived yefterddy morninc at JDo ver from This receivefrf the Frerjch Papers ro the nth They bring no of Jjavipg the and not that calntntft and unity of in tentiM vvhich lye is relolveij to its dilcordant by leaving it without tbpickUpr The Pfcfident Has been oblig ed to adj it for iome not having any before and being ignorant of ihe inrerition of to propofe arny law for their Yefterday we received the Parte Papers to the toth Jarkinii has preferited his creden rials as M mfler of ihe Court of L nUm at On the in the fconaptfrte fet of for he is tn be abfent only ten Member of the Supreme Council t War at was iiiirhediately m his way to He is invefled with of your what time the evenmg u A few minytcs after five Lannaa was trofaciamined by John time uql to go had been the and now thc w4r was over mincd by Jofcph Do you re n auy occalion Jincc you have been on my the word and fuch like commonly n cfpcculJy heard you when you hove the capftjB and faid you would not go of thc CroheMtnined by Thomai and what time of the did yon fee me talk to any of thr m I faw him on day and ihurfday in birth in I f4xv hini otteu there between ihe ift and i fay George Perrot wat in the birth when th If r ter wrote Admiral Campbell where he futins g 1 Ofl a not he at thc time did not lit j to V VttWU till the rank of Mimller Picnipotentiary from hisCa thatic Lord Whit who is appointed Ambsffador from his JSritanoic Alajefly to the Drench comes tri town to inake the for Ins departue for On the 8th the theVoited ol America tranfmitted a meflage to the in which he congratulues the Members on the prolpecl of a general and increaling and of Arrierlbai w We ericr he will be1 direcled to tWtnultlpU cation of rhe human and nnt to its There is not a word this Meffitge reta nve to or any oiher foreign relations ic is confined to internal regulations feck as afrrU and navigation 7 vvhieh Jefrerfort vcjy ncally calls the four pjllau of national btofperity Ir is very that fevcrstl letters rei chived yelierday from mention that the Definitive Treaty had feen figned there on Thfirfc day Or rather on Friday The rife o report is frrrpr T6in t he tree flri ted on tfidiry as Follows J Bonaparte and Marquis fee daily but at yeftffrday one of the Secretaries of the French was fent iri geat hafte by our AnrfbnfTador to Lord Horel AH his family were gone but the Dultnefs uai fo tnat his Lordfhips Secret rv was called It was this day reported that rhe Peace had been figned but wfc have reaibn to know the It need fcarcely be that the very exiRence ol our depends on the due maintenance of and much as it is to be that he fymprom of infubordination fhould tarniih the wellearned laurels of theBritifti it is a confolaiioii if any thing can be Hcted as a confolation on fuCh an thai the late mutiny was not of fo feribus a nature as firft After the moft impartial of any general either i I M mg GounrrJr could be brought home   

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