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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 28, 1802, Dublin, Dublin TO be by on the id of aud fnlloivm HE Stock of JOHN No wlui ingoing into another Uit This being of tlic and Icft Mann of a Varirty of Bltck French ami B1 id Of the ficluO 1dltaiiB Peelings Velvets of different Velvet and White and Black a otter Articles too for the Sliup tJLifs Calcv Mahogany The Sale to commence at i INDIAN MEAL HTO be SOLD by for Howie Con furnptioa or By for Account of On the oth day of t twelve ocock at THOMES Public Commercial 8000 BARRELS of INDIAN ME and 806 BARRELS of INDIAN CORM To be put up in Lotts agreeable to the or appproved Bills at Two Mont t Samples wf the different Parcels to be viewed Thrones Commercial an4 tke Bulk be previous to the Day of by applica tion to any 0f the Government Agents January FRANCIS Sworn AT COUNTY Ilic Scat of the late Colonel Vill commence on MONDAY the 8th FEBRUARY the Sale of the following A BOUT 106 Head oi BLACK 700 both fptcics arc of the nioft proved Englilh Breed fcvcral Bond and Work lug FARMING UTENSILS every dcfctiptiou a large Quantity of OAK TIMBER for TWO Londonmade CHAISE ami and various other On the loth will be fold the wellknow n and remarkable STUD of RACERS and amongrt which are the celebrated Horfc the the Mare TURNIP to be the beft fourycarulds in with Brood Mares and Fillies of different the Dams of which were purctiafcd at the Viince of Wales and other firft Studs in and known to be the bcft Blood in the United the Pedigree of which will be produced at th time of on the nth will be fold the HOUdHOLD Glais and a Paint ingi and lafjeQtiantity of choice and fcarce Old Wine in which will be pot op Lots agreeable to the The Sale to commence each day precifcly at 1 1 end continue until all difpofcd Ready Jimeir James Dafh James Ga briel Tucker John and William Bankers and Co and PlaiwiiTs Honry to an Or JT deV of His Majcftyj High Conrt of Chancery in bearing date the I th day of and made in this I will on Monday the i8th day of January at tlie Chancery at the Hour of One oclock in the ftt up that Part of the Linidft of in the County of coutalning 80 i xoPl in the pofleflion of Henry EIV And alfo that Part of faid Lands in the JiofidDon if faid Henry containing 42 And attb that part of faid Linds in the poflcflion of faid Henry j9 And alfo that part of faid Lands in pofTeffion of Bryan Coixtaing 39 And alfo that part cf faid Lauds in pofleilion of laid Henry containing to be fet for the Icrmof 3 pending this Dated this 3oth day of THOMAS Setting of the foregoing containing 41 Acrej and 59 is adjourned lofhc 3oth this aoth THOMAS James will give any further tbat may be and 1URSUANT to the Decree of A His Majeftys Court of Ex chequer in made in tliis bearing date the I3th day of I will on Wediitf SCHVVfiPPE s celebrated SODA A uppninied foli Agent informs the Nobility and the he his importtd by the Martha and fttfii Afforttnemtf of the ahtwe fo generally pre by the Faculty t Wdlitrift 1 Acidulous r 8s Sd f Ptr Doalu ftonc Acrdulous 4 Cheltenham Water and Harrowgate and Briftol Waters from the Spaa rvery PATENT D ICHARD PHI and OPTICAL oppofite begs leave to inform his Friends and the that lie lias jurt received from London fuch an extenfive Collection of new and improved Article never been offered tor Sale in this Adamss Pjient fnr Weather improved Botanic and Compound Microfcoprs Portable Optrra GlafTes im proved ReadingUlafTes Pocket Spirit Levels and Theo Settauts and Hadleys Qnadrants Garys new GloSes and fcvcral new Iflflruments in theMathematical and Optical all of ht is determined to fell at the London for RKADV YORK OPENS THE l8TH MICHAEL kte Proprietor of the PI1OSNIX returns his tooft grateful thanks for thediftingaifhed fupport he has always experienced in laid Tavern and now refpe5t fully acquaints the Gentry and that he has fitted up IVo and in js one txtenfive where fiu cipence been fpared to render the accommodation pcrfed for the re crption of Families and Gentlemen and he begs leave to it fhall be his couftant ftudy to give general fatis to thwfe who are plcafcd to honour him with their cammaudi Complete Stabling and the LONDON G4ZETTE j f WBJI vn rvcuiitl day the of February V One oclock in the at office HI the fct tio und M bypubhc batto the lukcft the Lands of Carncklcc in the Comity of or a comptirnt 1art torthc pnrpofcsin faid Decree jgth Uy Ja w w tor leuewable for vthc wlinle ia above FORTY ACRLSof KRutirulRHiNa between L1P and divided by the Royal nnd united oy a The Laud is cmUent far AJl weared and fenctci hinges and from niany as to rural iuone of the Mien its contiguity to the Lucan convcui good aud iu Viciaity to tlie wiuld be admirably for liuilduia and ia Wlitinx to be mjldc PcttrfWt he by Ltixlip u T tYm lht 25lh Day of Mvch RTOr Farm of l r i 74 mort Cx Land Uwpqn every plauud FulUurown I and good Iftdgerowi and TUcc lie three four of aud live of A about 4J adjuiniug he tmvn of the edibility and f to who will tllc T beineafloned wih wtcnfiveand wellchorea Slock of Teas purchrftd for ready thereby enabled to lell ou lower tcrrus any Uoufc in Hbr Fiiiciiiltor La od Port j Jamaica en ptr Pickling uf Jamaica Scale and Lump Per to JANlfARV Copy of letter FRANCIS JOHN to Rear Admiral Commanding Officer of his Ma jellys Ships and VefieU at dated on board his Majeftys Sloop Curacoa have honor m incofe a copy df let ter received from Roben MafterY Mate of his MajeQys lop lUiier rny anil lervtng on board armed1 tender attached to that I beg leave to Inform you that the Pickle has been refmedand failed upon a I honor to FRANCIS JOHN Rear Admiral Hit Majeftys armed tender Guracoa I beg leave to inform that on rhe eleven Ifle of Aft Domingo faring diflance five or fix being on the liar board n fail was difcoverrd undirr the land bearing dTftvn upon us with an Englifh enftgn W hen w i hin jjiffolfljor of the the enemy and commenced an ac which continued brifk fire fmmboih Odes foran hoiK and when they attempted to but without eiftel j finding themfrlves foiled ifl they hauled their wind and made we wore and flood afrer bui romy great they were fo much our luperior that aftera chafe of one hour and an huU I found t fruitlefs to conrinye It is wiih extreme regret that 1amtp inform you Lieutenant GreenfhieUSs was killed forty muies after the commencement of the hav ing received a through his Our foils and a good deal j and I am forry that midfhip with feven men and ivere From the g tat fuperioriiy of the enemys force to the Pkkle only having 3 5 officers and and of rhefe three were rendered ttnferviceable through I hope uleJ during as wrll as thofe made to come up with ihe will meet your ap Tlr enemy WHS n Urge fchdonerrigged mounting iz and two andmaji ned wiih about s auU 1 imagine mud have been a French ot Spanilh khavt the honor to irancis John Commander ol JVlajeltylkbloop Letters received from the fqimdron under Rear Admiral Sir Jamej apih mention triat the of 32 Captain wasgoing up the that Admiral Kdil hourly eirpecled through Uut nt Gibralar on hispailage to The Louifa of Lieutenant which failed from Plymouth fome rime Gibraltar had proceeded with further orders to the Itfand of Frefh provifions were rather dear at for Turkeys at Algefiras oihrr treih provilioni tin The Bltith Officers of the Navy frequently vifited the Spanuids at order of the Secretary of Stare to the She riffs of London fora refpite to was ac companied by a notice his fenience being carried into It You are to give ihe neceffary directions he leutence fhall bs executed on as no fur ther relpite will be Great promotion is expelled ihortly uke place in the Corps of LlnJef uigable French frigate arrived yefterdav D Aer Shs failed with five other French res limie nine ago from Hnvre the Weft Jf UM ron the fquadron in a gale of and was forced to I A letter from dated A melancholy accident happened in theBay yellerdayv American Commodore Dales overfeti wiicn he twothirds over to It fcems he had no and was in gping about when overtaken by n She had the Third Lieutenant Cra a ihs and eight Orle of rhe Geovge fuam on Chore W He fuppwles all rhe rett Two b ows fince been wafhed on ihote at this We have already informed our renders of the difpnres taken in beween Capiam and me Mnmcluke Letters the 2gth of lali mention arrival oi rhe of 74 from brought to Gibraltar the melancholy derails of the maffacre of fcveral of f he They were maffacred on the as i hey in boats to vifit Sir Bickerron and Lord General tlntcriinf n immedi ately bard the Captain and re monflrated in the1 mott fprrited manner upon the barbarity of the By the Ambufcade arrived which left Jamaica the of we learn ihat firft news of Peace arrived thcre on tht zoth of and intelligence of the Ratification on the A momentary joy pre vailed hut it was oqn damped by a of how much the interefls o rhe or at lead of many would fuffer by and the coufeqoent foil of colonial as well as the termination of an evclufive The Go vernor of Jamaica immediately prohibited all inter courfe with for whirh eight veflrK were laden ready to The Ywnrrs will lofe 30 per on their tfnd iivenuption of the intercourfe with D mingo will a criiel blow ugainft rhe profperity of The Blacks we un in open rooltagainft the Blacks Atifto has been blifti a Bfiijflc jlriftdcracy 6f great whuftMiH govern at ajideven the At how the great piafs dilpdfirion to return to if all return trt it j but detertnincd to be the laves of and thofevi ho would lord it overtheir bet Xlndfit ihefe circurhOanres Bonapartes ar arrive at Thehurricane on nighr and Thurf day IhOrningi his as we feared it very Sfeveral of our port letters ftate that ttiAny fhips experienced confiderabla damage but Liverpool appears to have fuffered A private letter from thence informs us that during Wednefday night feveral hpuiVs were blown and that fome perfons were lott in the Othtr houfes were much Daylighr ftiewed to the afflided much more tre mendous mifchief in the Several vefiels foundered in fight in fome were unable to the unhappy Along the Chefhire coaft dead bodies and wrecks of hips have been thrown An anonymous letter having beenaddreffecl to the Lords of the Admirnlfy a few days ftating the body of a feaman belonging to theRefiftance frigate having been fent to the burying ground at Haflar Hofpual for who had died in confequence of blows received from an or ders were given for an immediate of ihe Pledged The body was accordingly dug when upon minute and exa mination the Coroners Jury returned a verdidlof wilful murder againft Lieutenant Lut of faid It appeared thai while going off to Spit Lieurei ant had flruck the de who was one of the launchs twice or thrice with the for in a flate orintox made ufe of fome impertinent nd difre fpeflful No external marks of vio lence having difcovered next ir was generally fuppofed on board rhe deceafed kaddied in confequence of Lieutenant who is nepphew Admiral been com mitted toWihcjiefter to takr his trial at the next enfuing Spring A In confequence of this the wbich had been com pleted for the Weft has been ordered to fend her flores and provifions on board ihe it being neceflary that the officers and men fhould appear as authe A monument is now creeling iirthe fouth tranf cept of PaUls to the of Captain who was ii the enguee ment with the Dutch Though this cele brated edifice cannot boaft any antique 18 no doubt but it a few rival Abbry in of a modern date We underfland it will fhortly Jjeenriched with the monuments of Earl General and Captains Morfe an3 Riou and that flations are already allotted for that Yefierday was the fettling day at the Stock Exchange January The Funds opened rather but rofe half per in the courfe of the Thurfdny fennight five Gentlemen fer off on rhe Canal at Paddfngton fbr bur ow ing to the very rough and high which direclly agamtt only three completely ac cornplifted it the other after kaiting above gave up the The people or Ux bndge received the Gentlemen with much atten and prefenied them with three cockades from an unknown They left Uxbridge ihc morning amidn the Ihouts of the aHembled in great numbtrri to fee them return liy thetime they reached Paddington ihevcut a rrnlerable appearance for the water fing drained from the ice near the to repair the of the party got feverely but by the affiftanceofa long which they tened round their they Toon pulled orher r We wereyefterday without Any frorh the Five Gern and two French Mails are The Bulman arrived in the the only hip out of 40 whjch failed from jai on the igth under convoy of the Retti on that has yet reached Englandi Anc the for Was well on theii Three are known to have returned and conOderftblf folicit for the of rhfc hips werebJulnd to ij and eqeh for We have much pleafure iq announctfi oeipt of a detachment army gained a v over vafl body of infurgent of rhe Gaut early ip but the u The occafion of thii 2 iltye of our Indian eftTT in relation to ihe fTnb bof bcome matter of The honourof the U impjjc ftf ef it will experience 1 he or Princeft of xvho to have Dmdigul by the Indw as her a lack of and a y dernble yearly tribute in ofliet reftured to her Prmcefs likewife engages W give urj th6fe ui educed her ta ro che make the furrendef bf he tothenvtlj confluence of any Thefe have not beei prior to any accommodatio it is befbfe the Supreme 0 Admirat Doris mediately to proceed from Channel Flept in Blenheimv Aujttance Fy and on f coni inued in Yarmouth Sir Edward of the dif ungaifhed himfelfin theWeft by the capture off he Friday brought to a Court at for lending the gapner and his crew up in the main rigging for three when the gunner was takeii down in tainting fit ibroMhefeverity of the And the charge being fully ed ro be difmifTed from his Majeflys applaud th6 although ive fincerely Jamen that it has fallen on an Officer of ed gallantry and general good coiidiic Yefterday the Committee of fellers had an interview with the CJhanceliarof on the fubjeel of higt price of and it is hoped fome relief jv ill be afforded them by the redudion of the oo Lord fhduld his is is wiih antt join fvlarquisTowrffhend on Wednefday made his annual donation of bread and meat to 453 poor perfons in the iifighbourhnud of THE excruciating we may be alleviated by the ufp of ginger taken Sir Jofeph Banks is faid to have received much benefit in this painful difeafetjy life of this medicine a gentleman applied to Sir Joieph to aUertain the and received the fol lowing anfwer u Sir Jofeph Banks has for more than a year taken two reafpoons heaped up of ginger powder ma pint of milk boi led and fteettwd vvuh for his breakfaft the weight1 of the ginger is between two am three drachms at fuft fWsqudntiry was difficult to if ifie gip ger was Sir Joftph then in quanrijy by the effrrt it M his he thought thedofemw Sir Jofeph found occafionally that it would p duce ardor urinse this went riff wUfiout any ill confequences Sir J has not found neceffary to mireafe his dole but he now ufes rather a cnsrfet powder than he did at which mixes fily with his milk and poflibly produces mdfeeffed than the He fince he ufed had one fie of the it was confined entirely to the and nevaj either his his or his and it lafled only feventeen or eighteen days but the laft fit he had before he took the his or and lafted with frphl end of Sir Jofsphs puJfe ufed to mrermit one flroke in five or fix a is pow quitd and has been In for fevefal Lord Rivers has laken ginger iftlarge dofes for more 30 years lie is now more than a jipright and healthy old The above infoi ma ion may be ufeful to manf of our though the dofe of i hree dracriml may be too powerful f many expeti ente will be the fir eft guide to thofe who may inclined ro make rhe experiment we fhould nl vife circu ml petition in fo far as to confult a phyfi ifthey hive reafon to think ihtt their conflitmiDns are liable to any other might forbid theufe of any I 5 per Jrite January 6it i on T Si
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