Dublin Journal, January 30, 1802

Dublin Journal

January 30, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - January 30, 1802, Dublin, Dublin TfTB FXEXCH Conful nrrivecVViere Mt nine rhis He vns a Irttgne rm tli ciry by the fluth i 50 Lvonsfe youths on bnrffbnckf a reputaiion ol the Iffirnenfe cohron rfe hrtidefrthe of limrrinl and Foreign A great ot carriages wiih fyimbfaux clofed the Univerfal acclamations proved rite joy of all citizens of hnm miiny fat np the preceding nights watching his is in excellent nnd hud a fafe in which he received re bt the affecTiun and confidence of the On lighting from her carriage to en terfhf Madame Bonaparte gave her hand tp jeniDiiroc j and the moment he and her Uliif were the band of the Lyonefe compofed entirely of young amateurs of the played the air of v On peut on jetre Mural was of ihe confular in the general delirium of M excited upon nfcend ing t be flairs of the the Firfl Conful found vilbe Allowing inkription upon the landing place bir tbefeeond The nth of Vanqwflief and Arrived in this1 arid lodge in Five hundred Cifalpine Deputies Attend To fixunder The laws and thrdeftinieiOfxthefr The awake in iti c thegrateful fortnlhgfor him j wifhet formerly did for and UUewift to eflabUfh tliem in honourable The Capitau RatUa had made fame aiTur to General Granrl Vizir hairing been an exprefs from theOtrornan that ifce latter hnd frcnrcd fevrn of jhe his futh were jnv his power to His menfures on octrafiori were fo well ihat in rlixn one Ancient Sovereigns ofEgypt wrrein his Two of Me henier Elfy and found means T The firft had lent to Upper Egypttq callerthe His under frme excited in him fome and inflcad of returning to he to the inte rior of the ivas encamp ed neighbourhood of informed of the difgraceof his fafety in but iv Several other B vs hnd attempted but tfce derachments pofted at certain had intercepted them Ohcjf detachments fent in purfuit of the Mamelukes the fugitive andevfry day brought in fome of Several w hile making The Grand Vizi1 had held the language to the Beys at Pacha had This condtirt produced the nioft remonftrancejoh thfr part of General end a new circuroflance induced him to take a flill greater intereft in the caufe of the The Capitan Pacha had perfiiaded whom hehndin his to go on board one of his Diffrent boats vey them ihither when during bjbgan to of their too great nnd to fear violence be offered when they were got on btfard the a of of j from ptf wfcrc afterwards Mercantile entertained Thf the Sou fopreferiied to Thefe jafteiji ill received the MerhBerii of the Exttaordir to the number He con therini in their upon v are to takf dupon th dtities whicWwQuld iBe eiohoried were the bell Mlcuiateo for the and ihe maintenance accotini they bjan to Tcjtfeft of w ho thnt Vheyjmfgliit The ge Qn receiving had tttcnon a up ef addwflwi the moft pointed reproaches and Pachnarfdhad of wJthffnenacesi to deliver up till lix Itl the Firft Conful to the with tlie Ipudeft wasJUiiroinatedat be Ib during remainder of Itit the general joywhich has been difplayed that of the folriiers Who reMrned firptti JBgypt been the molt bufinefs with daybrtak till twelve a has held fome private meet no admitted to arrived on the i3th the Minifler for Foreign vlv WEngland come to him one on the p is faid that a a pies has arrived this numerotis Ifputsitiinjs from were prelented to the fenfibly affe45led jvhOnfltxjb from all parts to fee without coufidenhg the pif their jiutnies rihdtliie fevcHty of the V Members Cifalpine tfclk Treaty onpoatesftofti that feeen concluded between the Firft Conful and Catholk IwWch the JKitig ceded to France the pofllffion of the ComraAing agree to put in execution the of the and to ufc ttieir refpeAiye till the fettlement of thofe mentioned in Vl the to be eftabliflied in Tnfcany bf the fntnilyof thefe fliall remain forever united to and an Infant of that family called to that in cafe prefent King or Ms children have no in the of the reigning family df Spain fiiVl facceed to thefe The Firft Conful Catholic Majtfty agree to procure for the reigning Duke of in confidera tion renunciation ia favour of hit proportiona whether in pofleiCont of The prefent Treaty fliall be ratified fad exchanged in the courfe of three THE PRINCE Sovefal mefjengerg arrived iyeflvrday tiiggms an4 from one Irimi Vienna i and froth Major AiddeCamp to General alfo arrived difpatchea from received the Paris Papers to the their contents are of fime The Treaty figned at Mndrid 6n the at of Mtrch lafjbetviefn Lucien1 Bonaparte and the Prince of hat1 been If purports to relate merely to means of The Dublin t the of ON Seafon will be prefoited Uw lovEHa fOws Frederick by of the fecond i 7f Crefvreil fecond appearance fatuatt Ptinte of Parma jipon the Throne of Tufcany f f tides refers to former by Lomfiana it to A very large hoiel is filing up at for n which wttt be held there aftr the Delfi ni tive Peace is figntfd between Great Britain and li all che leading intereJBs the and particularly thole of The plan of the indemnifies believed to have1 qq peate di few hdUevefi loon p n of tempeftuous 11 The Uiondations continue rr Sou them f and have vifited alfo coiifiderable vVhkh Ihnie fortifying the Porte had ient afid thie Vizir after hayicgjjecelyed that of Lon don ha4 no intentibni of with its andrthatL hSfrson he in fending tW troops to hnd ro that leav ing in the optipn of the whatever forin found moft con thefe rciie a deptned 17 the armed to a rt in There iire in tfrhirt of yet in I jntat ns Jo rjc recieived that the Grapd Beys his vailed on to return to had fucceeded in conviiicing them pjfrttus they under of fubmiitirig to of the Portei i renewed to them the fame the fatne with regard trt the fecu rity of their and to give a Tacred and a impofing andlion to his he had fworn tqirsobferyanceori The which he to be in order to greater rolejmnity to that a r Thefe proceedings of the Grand Viiir bad pro duced ths bsft efferflBi the Beys had to give up their claims on tfnd to repair toConftanttnople they hnd even flared their fub in an addrels to the Grapd which they had ind which they ftnt to Conflaminopk tfeeijrHOfficers Nay they by Hut their voluntary fubmiffion to the of the The Porte intends to eftablifli on the fame footing jn province be divided Hnt four ihe Government of a The litrle Repnbiic of Lrcra has undergone a J i new onperttre of in received into mtd that the Spanilh the Con ff t t d This i ot March a i i by 1fc at the fit the For ym will you wiir fifpporr a for fix Irr order to fub to riHdrtfftbf the pettv c to number of SubfcrtDtioiii f this french His willing to eflablifh on t the States w hvch jhe df the Infant of Pat ma is to iectye MS an equivalent for the DiMcby of have agreed upon the Articles and have nanwtac ts arrived at uhere he js waiting the return of rhs Foreign Affairs before he proceeds jo The Chief fs petfled bailk on Many perfons have France give sidreadful defcnpiion of irite rior on uccoum of tbe AVe are happy ftate that the Volage pafled wjih the fleet from Jamaica Eight fail of the line are ordered to be equipped irh expedition at and to be victualled for five The Weazel floop on Friday with important difpatches for Lurd Keith and Sir James At the Corn Exchange his were rom 3 to FlCiir fnm 65 On the nth of being off the Ambufcade Frigatf the Sans Eng lilh from PortatiPrincpjf bourid and learnt from her wjio headed the revoltifi by the Military fyunjl of infujc recliftn and had been btow n from i he mom H of a cntinon that Ton flainf had hid a duty of ao per on all that Treafuryv was fu ppofed ti be The exeeurionof Governor Wall did riextHavingbeenijranted him The laft advices from the and cniehce Lieutenant nipotentiaries as The Firft Confrl ON THE AFFAIRS OP v IHOM TBC The tvcr lince the commencement of the Wad reloVved to menr Rys in Egypt in oider to arpaent JCaTHtiSi Viztr and thfrsGapiwn vas them thai iheir re elinbUih iiient After theevacuacion u feyeno Beys were invited to repair 10 Alexan thereto concert a theU teeftablHh They all diligence to comply with On their they were receiv ed With every mark of diflinlionj the Capi tan Pacha form intimated to that it was will the POTW thvt they inould ever doniinion Me de clared to tKerriif fame ihould be carrTcd tb but that ol the Ottoman Porte hourd bft finer it wait tlie intention of the to preferve The reigning Duke of Parma for ever for himfctf hU fjbjt Dutchy of xyitfe all in favour of the Winch and Catholic Wajcfty limit guarantee live Ovand Outchy of which the Grand Duke n the fame njauntr and the ccffion of which guaranteed the Emperor of tlwll be giyen to the Son of the Duke of aaindem nification for by the InfantJhis hithen of the for feVen yVars fu Majeflyi This is the frrft pnmfhmem uncer he new Court if J ileafure in announcing ihe re cetpt of rhat a detachment from C lonel StephpMJTqnS Atrh have paintd a finna vie vi and iu concluded formerly and the French i 1U Prince will go to he will be acknowledged Sovenifto ef all the which belong jo the Orand and receive ftoto the Conuituced the Keys the and the Oath of Fidelity The Firll Conful will exert iu ordw thiit thefe may he peaceably1 The Prince of Parma will be acknowledged with all the houour due to bib The firft Conful hall acknowledge and ihall caufc him to be fo con by nher Povrert ncccflkry fur this pur pole hall be taken before the Priface r i L the part of the Iflc of Efba which hdpngs iq Tuf dencndi that fluill remairi to the t and the Conful null give an ntjr to the King of Tufcauy the Country of which the G ours aifli took early bUMUe paniculars have not In the Almanack of the Court of Vienna for he that rhe French is now thethames of f J i ffc A T I1UW inferted mfteadof rke vord frwc as The and Cifalpine Republics are however the Houtc of Orange is placed for the Batavian 6 Batavjaij thirteen French Bithops Who have their have ended their deliberations and agreed m writing a commpn teuer to the Pone whtch they perlitt in The Bifhop The The o of at h3s 3s anr4 by fodomghai ended the fchifm which Norland from refi fiance to the auihonty oi the Holy See Priu Stvttt Deb Prietof per oduced on 10 a iOi that the new KINO of writtetTbr Author of the Caflle and will be prefented tttfeety on to be haddfr ftreet and of Mrv Places for the Bates may be f AMPHiTHEATRERO PETEtt ii uUl wto wrf fcfalar mM k THIS EVENING ONttT TPHISpwfem EveningTsbrlf aa entire operatical tiVo with i recorded iu the CoIIcdtOd of T41 v tlwi divert Bttnotdin By Ipecial defirc of a i whohitel be giVcti at Sercn to a to beliaS of Connei Prelude o the dt w i 1 SIEGE OF Painted by from the itfbl Drawingttafceuonthe fyfiif open on IVlouday Pebrijifty and continue fo evwy fromninc in the Moni ing till DulfcJ a that It is executed upon a fcae cmnprthcinding near fquare Feet of containing ferefal hundred Figutti nearly ttfei Penraiti Britift cen whp diftiDguffbcd themlelycg tin the Portrait OKWERAL andiWenl the Turkiut H Vjajpferhjitive ExbiMtioOi which iV rendered agrettahly warm Adotittatte One CHEAP r XHE New BIBLES Jbeing njiw the ASSOCIATION for pro mpting the CHHIirJAsN inform the Sub and the Public at Urgej ready be delivered by WAT5pN and at the Subicriptum jPrlceof per bound trt tliofe vftuipurcUafeany not lefa than feTco for ADMWKRdS of the SACRED ORACLES are rintec embeUitHed Avith the nioff rriodeVn the HOIiY JUANfir accdftujaniW with tlie the by the o for a PMbhfhet humbly reijuWrheyvill atteptf he a cQutinuawfctj Jtno thcR BOW rtady io he puif to Edition of J BUNYANs With the LIFE of A Profpeaus ortheabove may be PuH IifherXot at the of alltheBQolureUeriiwhb old t he throughout SonjeCopiear the nnlttbwirifced for they may be bad in tr Two to sif TAMFS BY MONWA at his Colledion of tfcife JOHW and they confill ot clVo Thoufand the of itheni ire Antiqujtia i Penotuita Chiachird Petty V 5 Headlt Ander foo Bntifli Poets SBiftirtflJcX compjetcj Annual old num ber 0f and valuable Alfo a Tery bandfome Mahogany tat Elec trifyupg and feveral eleteiat Gold The Sale will begin each day at ta Ca to be had at the Place of THJS DAY itPCBjyitb 4T and LACE Variety of the newcft FANCY AEtVETS tor CASTER areconflaiitly fupplfed with Booft Fafliionablc Affortmcnt of Twilled and Pbm own every other Article in the Silk Mer cery and Lace which they will difpofc of m the inoft AttApjwcaticf ;