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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 21, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                ROYAL iitli XTOTTCE is hereby dint the the ncrive PROPOSALS for BUILDING the the ROYAL CANAL Into the RIVIR w alfo for iNG the uver RIVKtt DOYNK in the C Hinty of Such to be feakd up and rlirexltd tin at Companys a8 Lower whirh OH1I be taken into Confi tlerstiou on the aoth Any intormatitm relative to thf aforcfaid may he Irid from the Secretary Signed by MARK ROYAL ixtJi WANTED by the Koyal Canal an ENGINEER in the room of RJCHAKU experience in whole and Abilities bear the mod fcrutmy Any Perfun aafwtring thin uifl meet with Compenfation uitabic tu tiij exertions and Application by Letter or otherwife will be received by the at the Lmter which will be liken into ronlwltr ition on Monday the ifth of Jcbruarv It is requeflcd trmt none will apply but fuch as in every anfwcr the Signed by MARK EXHIBITION OF VTOW open at the chiefly i executed LULVlTi and the Right By The Subjects principally taken in the County of Wick includingthe and Lead hew ing the different Machinery and manner working them the inierefting Vinvs taken from the Military Roads and clofe Scenery of the Scvtn twelve of which are now proposed for to accompany a Tour through that romantic Further particulars of the Work to be Iccn in the Propofals delivered at the Exhibitionroom Doors to be open from ten oclock till to the Publication to have free One Iw the and fpeedily will be In ornamented with a from DESIGNS by DURAL SPORTS Hints For and accurately giving the Natural Hiftoryand Habits of thr various kinds of GameJ nlfo for th Breeding Breaking all the Species of Dogiufcdinitspurfuitwith approved Remedies in the orders natural or incidental to Numerous arid experienced Methods for takyig in landing of run ning with full for the different Appa ratus of in and of in The whole cOmnriling AUTHENTIC both iifeful ariS cnter upon which are generally admitted to AMI MATH a Country Thete art rtcomj mended to all Amateurs of Field Diver in being com piled from the bell Sources of it is will render them By the Thofe Gentlemen who are defirous to encourage this and who wilh to iiilure gwH tbc Rmbellijlimtntj ufou the atiovt requefted to fetid their early where c of the and may be eftke Atfc Md tn hoard his Majjfys Jlip in Porlfrnvulb SKCOHD Juft imported from BooVfoller His Excelleiicy the Earl of HAimwicKe j ANNUAfc REGISTER A Gcucral of and Lite for Year To which is prefixed the Hiftury and Taftc in Great during the Reign of King Charles II in Con ARCHER can lupply any former Volume of this Day is Price One Guinea per Annum for Twelve Numbers A NCEHAMONTHLY MILITARYCOM jix NUMBER JImhetliflied with and from the Standing Orders of Containing a Variety of Military In a mi intertfting of highlydiiliiiguiilicd with Monthly Military Commiffioh Agent To br had atthc Compilers Pittftreet thc Printers aud the Clerks of the General Poft Wariteifra Lad of who can read and to Jn and allitt in the Work of the Node need uulefs recommended for fobriety and N r i c PHE Commiffidteers in a f I of a I awtinlcd and iilued forth 1 J Stephen of in t he County of Healer and inteiul to meet at the Rnyal on toe tiny of ai Two oclock in the ui onltr to make a final Dividend oi faid Bankrupts Kf when and where thc who not already proved thvir arc hcreliy required to come prtpartd to prove the or theywift berxclutlfd from iliare ul laid and all Claims uot thcu proved will be JAMES Agent to uf faid YORK v MICHAEL Ed late Proprietor ot the 4IX StaiTord icturnt gratrfu thank for the he has cxpcrieucMi in laid Tavtni aud iiuwrelpedt y Uviurv and he fitted up Two 51 in one cjilcjoGvc no cxptucc ioarcd to rftidcr the pertVcl for the re crptuin ot tvamiliuii aqd and hcgs to it tliall be his coaftant ludy to give flitneral tltoie who are plvuftd to honour their Complete and SELLING AT t UNUEA Stock of JOHN A Nallatiftrect 5 confiding of aVa ricty of BUck French White hrcvdiind Blond London Modes of thf ricliQft Lace Pecljngs Velvets of ttilFurent Velvet ARd uther Beads White and Black with a ol other Articles nuiHergui r having but a fliort rime for doling his hopes all Periooi indebted to him will to 1cltlc ihcir ilie Houlc to be or his lutercft in the Lcafe i ciiiuirc ttJ 1 j Rirbjrjfen I went down to the lower deck for a flieet writing On the ttarboard io 1 found Edward he told me the fliip was going to the Weft Indies and that all were going on tlie tell the Ad miral they worfld not f faw James Chefterman and John Snowden difcourfing and a number li ten ing to I heard Ch fterman aflc if he was igrccdhle to jo t peak to the Snowden he had no if he could get another or two to fpeak with him which was agreed tsn Chcfterman all we have to do to till tht peoplein the middle deck who do not know Taylor here is one who lulongs to tht midde deck will Clieftsrman then me the telling me all 1 have before mentioned amd afked me if 1 would go and let the peo ple of the middledeck know I then wuot and told my John Clements and Joleph They began to laugh at and laid there was nobody there wanted of I he people began fhoving one another aft on the The Admiral came out and what waa the matter The Captain told him the hips company wanted to know where the fhip Thcmdmiral To if die is ane we muft go with 1 WAS in the giing There was more converfatior I could not hcarf I defired them to go down and which was When I went to my rucflmates told me thc word had been puffed when hands were turned up to bend to go down tn the lower On Sunday morning the word was paffed as when handi turned up to bend the fails to go down OR tke lower deck nn The hands were turned up about eleven to bend which was done as After fails were bent I went 10 As fuon as my I went down to the lower and flood alongfide James I aflced him what he was going to he did not know but he believed he was going to lower the ports The words were hardly whcn Hillicr was1 in the putting his hand to his ring ing out with a loud What do von fore aft lower away He had no an hver thc firft then he repeated the fame words over and j he ports were lowered and thc people allbegan and aikrd where the fhip was I was geing up to where I faw Col the molting pipe on the forecaftle I aikcd what the people wei talking of below he faid lie did not kpow till iix oclock he told me I ititgln as well come down then and I thould Juft as we bad end John the came up and there is Frartcy on the forrgnaings drunk as and quar relling with every body that comes CotHns went below with John I followed but whcn we came there France was I then to my own and ft aid till fix heard Collins lay he had paflcd thc word aft and the people all agreed to After the fettled about the Howard Taylor oUftrved to the company they muft he ware of the jmftcrs John Collins made Dtn he will be no trouble at all we can fmaber him bit I 1 hope you will do nt fuch He my one life to a thoufand I I hope there are none going lofe their Taylor he hoped we do it without but there was one man more we rqufl care the boatfwains Onjr among the crowd faid we can huftk him among I met Taylor lower and afccd U he was going forward again makgfucika in tlie afternoon tfc aid he did not I told I thought it would be better to get three men to fpeajc to the he to thc hatchway for making fuch a no one could know fchat flic Admiral nor the Admiral what the hips company He he thought that would be the beft if we could get any body to fpeak to the I him I dare Jay there was plenty the hip would do it he I dare fay that Ccllins would do it and Jofeph Rowland I then went away to the middle Between fix and I met Jofeph Rowland on the middle and began to tell him what Taylor ant I had been talking about he faid hf was agreeable to he thought it better fqr tofptak to the Admiral than fo At five oclock in the evening of 1 was going down the larboard the lower when I met Cooke the who alkcd me where I was I told him no whtrc in I went fcd over the forejiratings and went inta Chcftermau went out of the birth and was taking mart Out of every birth all the way ail to the main hatchway as he came back he g4ve thc If any Ollicer came forward the watchword Give me a chew of tobacco the fecond watchword Knock that rat Edward Taylor arid Chefttrrinan werit Into Rowlands where the letter u as fuiilhcd and Some cnuvcrhtion between Taylor aivd Cluftcrmau to know which way it was to be conveyed tothe Admiral tliry could contrive uu way to get it to the Admiral that I heard no inore rf the letter till I heard it read on the Ou Tucfday morn Edward Tayler alked me if I had any of his I told him I had 1 walked the gargway with I I think it is a toolitli tiling comiu on thc Inner tkcic when thc re tururcl up to unmoor 1 fiiiil we lLould fltcw more like rticn to go on the and tctl the Admiral fo that every man might aulwer Iur himlelf it 1pokc He I4d very I Hull cttnfidcr and fee about Soon alter he told me thai was to be the word Has hy whuui I cannot thatwhen tie hands up to we were to go on tlie Oo Wivlncfday morning the word was patted whcn all turned up to to ti the forecaftle atui OnThurfday the fame puffed ourAdmlrai Commander in Chiet t when the Admiral came on he pruuuccd the and if it was known by the Ihips cumpany that fuch a thing was done all handsan es Che Admiral read afkcd a fecond nine if they all knew it they aufwucil yeB he the marines if they knew it they ujade no He alkcd the llups company t he bould read it over anlwertd uu j allJ heard the Admiral when thc wtsre turned up to unmoor the fhjp4 he cupcctcd it would he dMC A deal of convcriatioa I did nat He Ikiisficd the ftiips comuany very they fctnKd all well plcafcd at what thc Admiral dill ducrmiucd not to unmoor the fliip to go to thc About a quarter after I Mlivny on thc talking to one ot his own I went over ihc larboard fide of thc clcelc to Fitzgeralds and told him MKvov was and that fomebody wasgoing in butl did not kumv who it he dcfircd me to go and fee I went up the main and faw it was a I then went loi ward to J Hollands I faid Jack there a marine in He aflced m who I told him He laid we muft have him mit I aflted him what we muft have him for he laid there were no I then went to the they were going to rtlculethe I could not gtt up time enough there there i I went paft my own and fat down before the furernoft till I thought it was all I tfccu wem round under the and came back again befwetb the fbretnari and tlie copper t had uot five minutes before John Daviscamfr for will lend me a hif to go on one made bin any anfwefN Qloyer came tji and ttold me I rnutt go up the alter 6Ver to thf larboard fide on tlie main The Admiral came and putting the lantern to my fiuM heihought hrard my the foreeafttri I anfwered I was not there Jie faWAa believed 1 rill I told him Glover fent me up from below be then parted me and foul no The next the hoatfwAint mtle told rrffc tb I was foing Brown feiztd by the me under the poop as a till the Admiral and Captain eamt Up I was ordered to the quarterdeck i the Admiral faid this is the man I fpoke to laft night I aofwercd him hut told him it was a miftake he told to Wold my and not I heard Admiral aft if that was not the man wha fpoke to the marine laft night he it Then the Admiral thafttbe man who turned the hands I it was He told me not to peak another 1 was then taken and remained tlf three in tUe I was then fent aboard the Windfbr Caftle as a Eumined by Captain Did you ever hear any of the prifnners propole to break open the inagmine or gunners loreroom I never nor any of the hips Did you ever hear any of the prifoners fpeak of loading the lowerdeck guns I never Did you everhear any of them fpeak of rufbing aft to kill the officers I never did 1 heard ana them fay on the Saturday they wire not going to hurt any the ift and the 7th of il von hear any thing of an oath taken to ftaml rue to each or a toaft being drank I never Examined the Look at the pri and point out thore who have faid they would net go out of the 1 have heard them all we muft not go if we can help and the whole of the flaps companv beficfes Did and go on deck when yon They followed me out of the but I did not fee where they Did the prifoners you as a principal or or only as a meffenger Was you fullv in their fccrets I was fully let into their The reafon I was let into their fccrets was my letting them into When I went down with a hret of Tavlor knew he had truftcd wieh fomany he thought he truft me with From Taylor and Cheftcrmans having fuch confi dence in and letting you intothcir did you gever hear them mention anything about an I never Q Did you fee any perfon look out of the hawfcrholc for boats 1 never you hear or any of the prifo defire or any one to do fo I did Did you ever fee Thomas Crofs in Mayfields or Ward s I never did I never heard him fpeak ajjy What was your reafon for pointing Rowland out as a fit peribn to go aft Becaufe I thought he a man lit peak to tht and give the Admiral a nfwer when he fpoke jo him Do you mean by was a man who frequently gave his opinion upon thefe you know whether the bucklers were on or off the or whcthcrtlicre Wa4 any daylight Tlie ports were all up Capraia frequently carried mcTages be tween and Mayfieldn and reported every thing that v as going In what did you confiderthcfe people in this bufinefs They were the principal O Luok round at the and name thofe you looked upon as the ringleaders James Kdward James Jonn John I Uz and WhoWere the other or aflive men and Was not Daly 1 never faw C Was not I faw nothing of vou know afly thng of Rowland Nothing but propofcd to What do you know of Otorge Crofs I know nothing roisexamiucd by Did I go aft on the quarterdeck on the with the to fay the mipcould not cannot CroJseiamined by James Did you fee me the tirnethc letter was I did QDid you ever receive any orders from me I did Did I ever you to go with any you did H Did you ever fee me aArve fore and aft the or in othci perfons birth I in my own birth you told my not to carry theirham mocfcs downin the Crofsnanuned by Did you everhear make mention to any perfon or perfons in the any thing concerning a as a to any the hips in Beerhaven 1 did Crofsexamuied by Upon the oath you have did you hear me fay any thine about a lighted match Did yoii ever fee me in drinking with the heft part of the prifoners No youjisvtr fee me in my own birth with a heel of reading to a great number of people I never at what and where did Taylor give me the letter About a quirtcr before 8oiKk Crofseiamirled by here an evi dence for the and you are concealing your evidence you notremenJbcr comingto my calling me to forward I never went intojour birth at all I do not know what birth you inefled in I do re member v not you remember telling you had taken two great estate from to dilguife vourfelt I took the great ciats up but reallyiorgot I ever menti oned U to the pri ef difrourfing with except on Sunday ihe t never Did you ever fee me m any1 atTembry or meeting of the or ufing any more duringthe Ift and nth of at anycither time 1 nc more than going after to lee if he was and as I before by Admiral Did you ever hear Col lins propofe to fmothcr a Mate Do you remember feeing any letter wrote in Taylors on eveuing Qi by the Priioncr You have ftated in your I a leading man in the and IDat you was employed in meffagcs for the iag thole in their confidence did you ever hear me give any or defire you to carry any during the I part of the difturbance did you find me leading man in A On Sunday when the ports were lowered the irft I heard call fwr fbot From that do you ftate me to be a leading man when you allo that ftvcral others called or lUot t Here the Court and the prifoner thought fit not to prefs the by the Priloner Did you ever hear me cry haw in the fcuttles Yet you fay I was What then was I aftlve IK r pacr whcn thc the pnfoncr was looking out for thc On the wkcn the oncers were he paflcd en thi on the lai board fide of the Ivnverdeck and were he here are men to ftand by i Where was I Between the two fir i CL by the Prifoner ever fee converfation with any of the prifoners during the motinr t except when you lowered the ports Qj bv the Prifoner You fay tHfV was ao in Rowlands birth but Cbcftcrihan aod Whtr was 1 cannot r On Sunday 6th i the larboard fide forward Could he Iwve been ybur feeirfff Wnl when the ports were lowered down There 4 great many 1 couldo by Admiral Did you eitrkr bf tfe or did you hear any them fay they were ready tagpand afDft the Admiral and Officers Mtcum ing the fliip tofea and obey 1 pevtr TEomat Sfenctr This witnefs Jaws On the 8th of WIM nant Forfar came the peoplefang A throwing their hats down on the wanted a chew of Then the people the and John Collins put1f the and fat on the Edward tfaylof Mil in the with thc book and fhet of paper in his and when Lieutenant Jorfar aft the people into the birth again to write the letter tnt htwit wnit to the Admiral I do not On fiondtiy afternoMil EdwardTaylor wanted to block the hatchway As officers came tn the lower anti iaUtd out to he M Fire and be for he Kill The people amxhev to go oo de Harry skihnci fung with his handtb his t that they wete wifiing to fight for thotr Bung and but it was and they would not Then the people brgan On tT Cooke wanted to take the arsna while the bamntoc in the hatchway fore and He went night to pafs that I heard Alio whcn men chief in fingipg you irfcy you fing out Why do you not ticktrue He was firft in the front of the people and Why dont you Cng out AJJb wlifft ani wore he went round the ing every man to drink hit of as Chcfterman was on the if he faw any man bring his they were he would fetch dowIMfco break his and get more hands hinv Jones was talking of getting pofleflioo of the if that would not itwascafyto gunncis and get charge of On Sunday the before we bent 1 heard Hillier and Daly fay on the lower that they had gftt powder in the that would fend all the officers to and if that would not they would turn and kill every officer in the Daly he had got eight or nine cartridges of and four or five arid conftantly and two to make fignals to the other fhips and when they were all they had got fomc TIIIRO Thomas Spencer was again Did you erer hear any of the prifoners call themfclves delegates of the fliip 1 did the the ift tothe nth of De did you hear or fee any of the taking an oath to to each or drinking any par ticular I did round to thCvpri and fay whether any of them hewed any Grot of exprefled any dtffire io return to their dutf t Q By Admiral the witnefsat any time fee or conlultatioa other cir aiding or aflifttng them A I heard them on Sunday you fee White attempt to uniliip the foreladder I faw at the mainladder ip ihlarboard trying to lift U when I went John Boatf wains ter bending 1 faw Fitzgerald indifferent the hip with a number of About one oclock the mob rofc and Cheftcrmtns and I lie ports were Ihortly after lowered peared to me that Htzgerald and Chefterman I could not hear any of them but wno ftept before thc and faid to one of the who was calling ofFtKc hang He ran to the asul endeavoured to unfhip but he could During Sunday it appeared to me that a number of to the amount of two or three came to Fitzgerald and Cheftcrmans birth ut diftVrcnt times of the which proved clearly tv me they were the raoft the men went ta the they looped and from all of themmME ing that it appeared to me they were taking ail or pilfinj the Fitzgerald laid on after the cheers were Now thc fan fhinrg on all at and then went up the He afked abreaft of are you a man atrer my own heart Timothy WTiiicfrld Crofs aflift in carrying crowbars hrwaidn betwetn and nth of Decem on thc lower and fix oclock in the coining of the on which thc Admiral came on Lockicr and Cuminings were a lilting in thc fame adt Anlrey came and they were going to take die crowhars him not t r bring any forward for he Jid not want t hear the at the the finps company were all up in finging out no pi ifoncrs ail gathered round the carro Captain liyles rulhed into thc middle of fcwed William brought him out by the col Juha thc a great many were round him thry got before the and three different Captain Eyles fti 11 kept hold ot thc They thpvol imn three times fore he got him Collins joined m hurtling By Captain Collins fhoved Captaii did it appear to you that it was done with a to ijkuethejiuin whoiulMjUad collared lite you not hear nut for Uod s fake at the fame time forcing pcppie Jtkn WilLijm the Pwrfcrs pafied between you and Collins in the vuhe afternoon of the loth of Witnefs Thurfday the hands had been out on the quarterdeck Collins came below fo tjie Stewards room to turn foine meat which was in the 1 began to dtfcourfc with him as what do you think of the fpeech thc Admiral on the quarterdeck I replied he fpokc like a He faid we may hope noxv the mens are He replied the but theAdmiral lie had no or Uers to unmoor on h told he pected we fhould tliip when the x ind came J told him the letter was addrcfled in a very refpedlful manner except the latter I meant the letter the AdoinaJ read on the I wondered who wrotfl He the perfon in not far from and there were twelve and we could uot make it any better fan hug 4t the fame He did not mention any of the perfons I hope Whatever the men may have to go their intentions are not loule violence to any officer or perfn 2 ee how well you o ll they do their but did yon obfcrve on the they had not effca I think they were damnably t laid I it L i   

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