Dublin Journal, January 26, 1802

Dublin Journal

January 26, 1802

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Issue date: Tuesday, January 26, 1802

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Previous edition: Saturday, January 23, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 26, 1802, Dublin, Dublin J V v r SjfKJf 1 li i r iisiilj mwwmitm avl the humble hmte1 that Vkj i ttiuciu be u be ifTSf he there arc fuchV by the aOth tff forfeit their andIncur ih Kcnaltjes j 4nd Jfieraare fefldhging ttl f jfrRcJf De nruft btf giveni tOihc ietv fjfcurity ing td or and of the Mca r QiHntUy of tht And tKe will txp dlfcjiatged five Accokpts and Vouchcrg have been duly found Contract dnty obnipieated f two A arc as thofe of the JOHN ROYAL 1 tsdJAN Meeting of HOVAL CANAL held at he on tht and Gentlemen were ptRECTOKB for1 the enfiiing calling up the ballots the lo weft number of majority 113 Robert Efq Thorpe John Jfahn John Johns John Ralph HirGracethe Uuke of Earl of Lord tG Bt John Randul Edward Signed by MARK R6YAL 4 ajth is hereby that ail INTERKST due on ROYAL CANAL LOAN DEBENTURES the December laft at alfo all ROYAL CANAL NOT to ether with the to the zjth Decemhei con tinue to be paid Bank of Sir GLEADOWE asd on every Monday in fu from ten till twelve Signed by MARK ROYAt 8th VtOTICE is hereby thin the Directors of theRoyal Canal will receive PROPOSALS for the LpiK for OPENING the ROYAL CANAL into the RIVER LIlTEY as alfo lor BUILD ING AQUEDUCT over the RIVER BOYNE in the Mcwlu Such Propofals to be fealed up and to the Stcrctaryj at the Companys aJ Lower which will be taken into Confi dcration on the Any information to the Works may be from the as Signcdby MARK ROYAL if w nth by the Royal Canal J an ENGINEER in the rodm of RICHARD of experience in whofe ialentiand Abilities will bear the moft unqueftionablc terfon anlwcring this defcription will nect Conipeufation fnitable to his and Application by Letter or otherwife vlll he received by the at the Lower vhich will be taken intr on Mondavthc jjth of February is requefted that none will supply but fuch in every aufxver Wit Above Signed by MARK cao Tdepirt hawe jpfo forflic fo rniich fubfcribC i Tho MASTER a having an be the fuid ReColutionj and Anfwcrg OGtE fcfave that in order to avail himfclf of W kihcl Unformatibn and offers Support which he received fmqc his he opwe4 ftnOfliec A r upon Cwivai maybe giv Efq ani tlic Rigjit the ftcadyi upright and faithful diicharge their in That a be appointed towait on them with the by v to yoijl Reprefcn L yuiir unfayourabk tpr the airibjtipn rerircfehting this great Cicyin aitficjezc your partiality conrty Family by liic ftorrn iuppoxt wjth which Vathejr io a Torig animemorabjc jthau thofe moft ahd popular Faniily in the kingdomcould difappointcd him Af he had afpiired apd I tratt that fmce that haidcturred either the public or tlic which ftftml to wards our native Jity which can ypur notice any of that favour toy Family has to Abundantly the very favoor ablc reccpttpn I have already met withv 1 fliall perTtvere in trying tktextent of good and if I fhall fo fortunate as to become of I fliall principal ftudy life convince joju think no pafampvint to the of jeprelcntiHg the City of with purity and the JffiaVe the honor to Your moft Irvotedand very obedient humble JOHN LA To the an4 BRETHREN of Corporation and or Guild of t conficfejice and connexion the Reprt and his the prinaiplcs Qf our glorious Conftjtutjon It is vital fpictt wEich aniinatcs exifts them otwy you fo higkly natural refill of confidence with 1 Cjliefc forth to he of your Qpulent City futif pcd ny this Guild isnitw a flattering ajid white to be honoured marks of 1 cannot but anticipate the moft I Your obedient GEQRGE To the and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of THE moment I received certain Information that my Friend Sir EDWARD CROFf de any farther corned for the honor of representing you in the next I determined to fet out from wnihcdiately to pay my perfonal and ftj licit the honor of your Votes and Intcreft on the next General Election foryour I am delayed here by A very heavy fall of but Iliall proceed to Ireland as fa ft as poffible to blicit your fupportin Born and bred among the honor of reprtfeming you in Parliament is my highcft and it fhall be my ftudy through life to prove my difintcrefled 4t tachment to your arid 2ca for your I have the honor to With great Your very olndient and faithful GEORGE CAULF1ELP To the ELECTORS of the COUNTY of AN opportunity of exercifing your privilege as Conflitueuts cannot now be very tjidant when it a near and muchrcfpciftrd Relative of who does not purpofe again to offer himfelf for that was the Objccl of your choice by very general allunmcctt of I have indulged tin hope that I may not be thought uuwojthy of the facrcU you have already rppolcd in Should I be lo fortunate ad to obtain your can fafcly afTnrc you that you will have made choice o a unbiaflVay and uninfluenced by iehith or drpcndent will zcaloufly attend to the willies and intcrcfU of his looking to thrir appro bation as thhigheft reward his ambition can 1 have the honor to Your moft ohedjout and dtvutcd humble iiOBERT JLA J J Jo the GENTLEMENi CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of AS the period is probably not very diftantwhen a Diflolution of will reflore to you thiit mod iuvaltlablc Right of I take the liberty of iubnutting my parliamentary conduct to impartial with an humble thathow ever 1 may be deficient in to ferve I fhall hot bt found to wanting either or fide lity to your intertfh I feel an honed pride in aqd I truft I may exprefs it wfthout the imputaXion of a time of Very general political and upon one of the moA trying critical occalions that perhaps ever i ftridlly and conlcientiouily adhered to thofc principles which I publicly declared to you in the when you did the honor to elcdl me into the prcfcnt I am very fcnfible that 1 was more to your kind partiality than to any I pplTcfs for the honourable fit nation into which placed me if confiftency of conduct he the Jioft certain ted of as well as the fared foundation for public I flatter myfclf I may without pre fumption requtfl a continuance of your fupport at the General 1 have the honor to With every icntiment of gratitude and Your very faithful apd obliged and humble To and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of general report of a fpeedy dilTolution of and the flattering fupport which my Family on former occafiuns have met encourages me to offer wyfclf to your confederation as a Candidate for the honbr of reprcfcnting your County ort the ftrfl va Should I be fo fortunate as to meet with your it ihall always be my ftudy faithfully to dif charge the truft rcpoled in I have the honor to Your moft obedient and faithful humble PETER LA 7th the CLEUpY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of number of Addrefles from Gentlemetrlo their i which appear in the public iiiiiuce uuin rajuHt your fupport on the next General aii at the fame time to rrnrw my ac knuwlccifinrnts for the honor you have fo repeatedly en hy chuGng me to icprcfriit you in Par c the r to uuilc and andPREEHOLDER3 yott nd cntcni l Cflttlfii jj atv Gtmftanily refiaing riloui living habhs of you aH I am with that independent Ipirit which lias the JtCings I atn thence tnWe ttf folicit this high mart ft iendfliip which be ftr fortpate as tip vourto merit in fo gTC with and dirccjtag all miy acliona to tUt Welfare of my iVv I with much Your very fatthfnl T ajB Tu pftbe Hi this By Printer and NUMBER Which ctmflttln tlati tcklfotett BROWNs DICTIONARY of Ithc BJBLE I embdlifhed with the moft SHEET MAP of the HOLY accOrepanieel Vith the Subfcribert muchapproved Worfe forms Two large Oclavb very confifting of near 1360 illuftrated with EIGHTEEN eJcgantly Irifli Price to SubfcribersJ etv in I tied on the JJJCTtONARY of I by the numerous and very 3ubi fcribciV calls for a thankful from the Publifher he humbly rrqueftYf hey will he I folicits a continuance pnblic favoTir of ther now ready to be put to Profcj Edition of BUNYANs PILGfclMs With the LIFE of A Profpedbis the alwve Work may be had at the Pub1 at the all tlie who fold the throughout Sorte Copies of above Worlc remain for they may in Chilliitg or in Two l 9HEAP OOTAVd humble HTHE Editibn of large Ottavo BIBJUESi beingnow the ASSOCIATION for proi moling the CHRISTIAN RELIGION inform the and the Public at that they are ready be delivered by WATSOW and jit the SubTcriptionPrice of Six Britifli per bound to thofe wlio purchafe any Nuiiiberail not lefii than ffcveo for diflribriHon to the J IRISH This Day is By Price One Britiih Shilling HISTORY OF THE ORIGIN OF THE IRIS YEQMANRY With the Difpofition made by th Inte General KNOX for the Defence of the Country in 1799 by late Fcflowij of Dublin This Day is Prict One Guinea icr Annum for Tivtlvr Numbcr4 ANCELLsMONTHLY MILITARY COM IV Embclliflied with utul troi7i ilu Orders of a hi Military with Military A To be had at the Piti i at the o ul Lad of r r and tc deliver the Numbers in Dub umi Work the None need ii amj jji ;

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