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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 2, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                TO be by on TUEtiDAY tbc jd of rpTiE StoclTof JOHS wm into another Line ot Bu hi in of tlic and heft Afanti cuuiiUi of a Variety ot Bhck French swulBJond Moilea if the riihtll Lace Veils Vclvetnof cliilerent Vtlvct wlicr Bends Wliite Black frith variety of wiier too for the Shop Mahojuny TheSale to comrwnce at f i Jflrt if i5oi flll T UUJJLI tit he SOLD by INCH of in the Long n Jriday at One the fvHtwiyn uuJcr Oll of of 67 wallom Wut 191 Xtttto pitta Malaga oo 26 a Spanifli A Parcel of By orclw ot the TV Thr to be viewed thelajbefore the a the AT COUXTY Ilie Seistt of the late Colonel V ill comniftoce on 8ili Wifh the Sale of the following oo Hend ot BLACK 760 hoth rpeeics are ot the moftim tncllfli Breed fcveral lioad and Work FARMING UTENSILS every description a Quantity of OAK TIMBKR frtr TWO Londonmade CHAISE and and various other On TOth will he fold the anrf retrtprkaMe STUD of and amongu whih are the rckbrnted Horle the Coh the Mare TURNIP allowed to he the heft foiiryuirnlcU iu with Brood Maret and Fillies of the of which were purehafed the Piimt rf Wales and other firft Stiids irl Itnown to be the 1cfl Blood in the United the of nttich ill be produced at the on the ttth will htfold the and H wellchofeu Valuable Paintinpx and Qiiantity of choice and fcarce Old Wine in vliicli will be put up inJLott agreeable to the The Stile to commence each day precifely at 11 and continue until all ire difpufed INDIAN MEAL INDIAN O be SOLD by for Home Con fumptiun or JJy and for Account of On the 9th of at twelve ociick at Public Salc Cotiimtrcial 8000 BARRELS ofINDIAN and 8uo of INDIAN To be put up in Lotu agreeable to the appproved ai Two Samples of the different Parcels to he1 viewed Comiuircul and the Bulk nuy h iitfptiTltd previous to the Day of by applica tion to of the Government Agents abovcnu utiuncd January FRAXC1S Sworn REVhNUE TO BE TO by at two oclock on the i8th day of in the Canal ate a Jauizcn iu tkc RIVKMJI Smvics about 130 and rtmarkihly In ti be fcenat tlie Proprietor of Revenue VcfTcli to a Decree made bin MajeftyV Hijjh Court of Lucas ami f Chancery in this henringdatr the ajtj thy of 177 and a fuhfiqucnt Ordr hearing lite of 1 will on Monday tlieijtb djy of tlit hour of opr uclockin at the up and public to tlic Kighcft and the Towm of Tatcgurr wuil liiuate in the of Moingli or a part for the pnrpofes in faid decree this ift day of SIIWART IJIIRSUANT to the IVciC v His MiijclUs Court ci in made in this 4 hearing tlit 11 i in of 1 will on Wtdail IHV of 1ebrunry at One oclock jo the at my Office at the let up outl IU by Cant to ihc bighclt the TOM u mil tit Carnrklee and in the County of or competent Part for in Drxree thta lyth day nt Ja StCClEDING tc Capital diffuiid by the late IRISH Some Of the Principal of whioh at the OLD HIKER N IAN jf f a To towAiO and account Jtfiin And in DrvffiortSj to ft Vjritty oPPerfons THR BRITISH TjtcccdbiJ iii Nlimbtr and Magnitude Dmaing ijl THE TlCKfifST AND SHARKS Of which are on Sale at the above during it Years of progrrfiivc and Caprfal Prizes have fold and amaunting the aggregate to i Sum little fliort of HJf a jHillion nf Potindt The ordinary tipreffiomof OrttttudrifoT Public Favour woud inadequate on theprefcnt occalinn if to public partiality lui placed the h to at the Htadof his cnnirqurntly he pofTrfTcAthe and it will be found in every individual that he it alto dffofiito advantage his kind and the And thereby deimiiiftrate Claim to the The ADMIRERS of the ORACLtS are in that this Day it By printer and NUMBER Which tomfiltlct flat celebrated BROWNs DICTfONARY of the Oiibelliflied with the muft modern SHEKTMAPof thd HOLY accompanied trith the Snblcribcrs muchapproved Work lornw 1wa large very cunliflinj of near 1300 illurtrated with EIGHVEJiN elegantly cxtcittcd by Irifli Price to iL The kliid patroiwgt conferred on the DICTIONARY of the by tbc numerous and very Sub calls for a thankful acknowledgment from the he humbly rcqucfU they vufr accept he a continuance At public favour in hrtialf of ano ther BOW ready to be put to Proie Edition of BliNYANs GRiMs With the IJFfcof the A ProfpeAusof the above Worfc may be had at the Pub ar at the of all the Byuklelleri who fold the throughout Some Copies of the above Work reniain iiufubfciibcd for they may be luUin shilling or in 1wo AND BOOKS OF TAMKS will to SELI J BY on jft of at hit a ItledV and choice Collection of being the Libraries of tbc late Sir JOHN and ANOTHER dcceafcd they confift of of Two Thou land iu rthe various branches of them are Crofts Antiquities Pennants Works Chanchardand Pettys Hogarths Works Houbrakens and Andcr fons Pottt Encyclopedia 21 complete Animal old and with a num ber cf fcarce and AHo a rerjhandfome Mahogany Flec trifying and leveral elegant Cold Rings The Sale will hegin each day at 11 Ca taloguea to he had at the Place of AFRENCH ANU ENGLISH For YOUNG u N t i E r K r i DUBLIN takes this opportunity of cx her n nee re gratitude to the Parents of the VOTING LADIES coafigncd to lier for tbtir cotiti Hned conlidcnce end friendflilp her Pupils will be edu cated in every branch cf polite Literature wlmh include Enjjlilli and all the fafluoiiable Fancy bell for Mufic and Drawing on at rcafcmblc as at any other DIOCliSAN thf Krlncaiiin of Younj Gnrltmen for the JAMES Vacation will end T K R M mid the age of io Os From icy to ii From ij YearN upwards 36 Five cvtra Charge for 1J A rtTidcnt AHillant for the Knglifi Parti iht part of the f ftabliflimcnt of the Houfe btalihfully and beautifully fituated on tbc idioining to the ii in every of Hamiltons will be certified by any of the GcQtlemcn Icllowi of tbe Univerfity t lof The Caphan Pachu re tumeri hither from on thfe with the part of Ottoman As kr had a atitck his aval waif entirely but his nor the Wi cere and he received the moft fignal marks of frnrn the Grand TheCafli jan brtrfjgf of the fnbmiflion of tht in and lefi nf the at qijf the that Grand and the Gene IX Rev IX Wai IX DUiiUN rl Entrance Two tul Half Guineas lv 1KJi ior Lives renewable lor flliet Jhc w Iwilc or in above FORI T ACRKSwl RIBINvJ and divided by Royal and a Laml is excellent for iti Vdll uiidVaccd wuh quicklrt fiuin many M to rural in imc oi the fJutaU to the ronvcni tncint good iiiil it Vicinitv to ilv would admirably for Binliiiug in Mitiug ti be made to PcttrliVit i be will be lv Jiiinai COUNTY V11 r I LKT Invn Manh Jhree or the Funn of funtaining nt ei t upon in good v fuitable well planted vith Knitgrown i good Htdjerows Thcfc lie v iiii of Uinr itt and 6vc of abunt 45 ArresAimmcdutely uiljaininj of Sallm i of tbi and tijuiiity nf tne Ground are uuntociTary to iii to In ti will the Truants on oi hr Stnckinjs anrl Vacationi iu One Week at UVek at Whitluntidr and Three Weelcn at ClinOrnRf r niaininj at the during Vaca is an uiiitiunJtl Cbarge of per Week Parlour Hoardcri pny Ibrce Gviinr and Thirty Guinrjj per including all Tht Man cif tiic nlioudu every Branca of ufctul Inflruc tlic be tbc yf v OK PaHncrlhip hitherto carried on between 1 CHRISTOPHER and under tho Firm and 1 H and CoPartners in ditlblvcd IV mutual ronfcnt from the tirft of AM Ucrbtk due by iaid Finn arc be paid by CIIHISTO 1H8R and all Dtbts due ro the Houfe arc to be paid to ttir laid CHHII i ortiea who is fuly au tboriled to receive the 1801 CHRIS 1 0PMKR HALPIN 1hTLR WILLIAM Halpin begs tvjvfurin Friends that IK U withKNUINE of nice ind good fueli the Hyjfe beta uutcd the BrJnfh Cnmrnandcr in Iras ij left greattJr patt ofhis H is miw doubted whether Lord the Englifh mike His voyage which has been hitherto Grand Senior hai m the Capitan Pacha the ritie of Bfiiilh Legation ij noXremovingits and tnovrables from the ranee uTjich it daring houfts fjennhe fcite on which the Hotel of England is to be built by the The Citizen has re as new creHenCe which hnvebwn to him Citron who arrived here on the 36h of accompanied by Citizen Chef de who arrived hete on the 26 Ii t laft accotnpannfdiby Captain He has not brought the French Ratification of the Preliminaries of before traiifmirfedexprefs by a Courier but hewas charged wtth the abovcmemiuned new lettert of credence to the French letter from Eonftparte to his tjie Stfbaliiani fuoner armed here than he appeared With Citizen Rnlfin at a balr which the Ruflian gave cmnt of tlte Coronation of his S 4 fince thai all the Fottign Mtntfitrs have en tertainments to the French and to Citi zen after his he Uaer had nn audience of theJRvis Effendrand macan i and the day before yeflerday he prefeiit ed perfvin to the Grand Signor thfc letter of Bon We are afluned that or this ociafton the Einpernr had the toenquire after the health of the Firft as much he imrefted himfelf in his given by the Grand Signior to the French Chef did nat take in the buf at one oftheCaftlrs rf his Highnelis the to he repaired to avoid the ftiquetre which forbids ih admiffion of indivf the audience of the Weareaflur ed that in confcquence of thefe the from had retired to Rttchareft during rhe will foon again make his appearance at Although General Hurchmfon has quirred Akx it is afHrtcd thit theEnglifh Gneral lie hns left behind rcfules ty deliver ap to the Turks whn put under of the The remaining Beys neflillin the p uver of the Grand This day we received the French Papers to the and to the 24th Thev bring no information worthy of refpetfing he at A letter from that a patkw is n airing at t bring over of the Marquis The French Fnnds have rifcn in ration of the immediate fignature of the Definitive Bordeaux is afpiring try the high honour of i vifir from Bonaparte and Lyons has returned that by more magnificent reception than was given to the family ol the What Mtrremiiy of fu0ering muft not the French people have to hail with fuch return ol focial however fetrered to what a depth of dHpairmwft they not have to feel futh enthufiaftic attachment to a man uho hns iliern frum only by the orga a complete fyftem of military potifm f THe French Oppofition is entirely broken j b uh paries came to a trial of tfrength in the of n Member to the Conlervative The Chief Confuf had recointltended Generiil La Thf Oppolition already frcured a great mai jority for their A vigorous of dittipated all their and the nomination of the Chief Conful Letters from the Right Bank of the Rhine that the Auftrian army is now entirely placed i he Peace Its effective fbice confifts of including the n5vv regi ment of HiMfirs levied in The mill wry fortes the HrnliUn Monarchy to exclufive of regiments of Hu laiisaiul now forming Letters from Semlin that the greatefl tranquillity prevails at and that the an cirni order The fame letter alfo mentions a bloody battle winch had taken place in between a body of Ottoman rroopi ihofeuf Fafwnn Oclou rhe atter of was Compelled to with the lofs of 7M0 It is faid that the Emperor ol Ruflia has propof ed to England and that iMalta Oull cupied by Neapolitan troops till ilie Knights Oiall DC completely I has been rumoured that fome agitation has prevailed in the political circles at relative to a defecl in the CnHitution refpeA tothe arimial changes in the Legiflaive Some is laid to have taken place in the Con Icrxative which is to nominate the 60 Members of the and the 240Mem btrs of the Legiflative who are to remain in office for the year The nomination was to take place on Monday This morning a8tb executed at the front of his his fine gtey nor yet made anyMmpteffioa in the populace i whofe indigni we lirrakoi to burft r in prayer whh atttttcfed was turned drefled in a AM ah A toDcourfe of rhe Bi fwmed impreffian f it S1 by teajhf rhat la AS twonly afery u a r them faiTOAyabate power as they meef puniikmtBt for f The paffAge Tlr the be Marquis and fir 6f his on fcfcr infer part of Kji tjt fo jJ point and that the D is on t he eve being tiotj A ro have ufl received the between France Pf an ppfOrchiiigcltantt we 4koticidfri datil ftiH cojilluue in feut wifliqlit ah r J nf to Irfcbnd ai itPtd Moir ere wry of Sia In rbom or Liirdr j tary to the in the roottjof who goes a Miniftcr Plenipoientiary of the Morthrt GoQhtr and Mri roomofSirEidward ho Chancellor of 1 Such are the rumours of the in which tieve there forte truth and ofthe Regiment of Foot returned and have req their Many of the trieo w free dreadful are alfo in fair The Loan is ed to be t and the furns fSbfcribeil on the 1 to be increafe8 or djrniniflurd proportion Loan hall or be lefs than that o leavk accounts been received nf the his Majeftyi The aTTfevedJand carri There has fbrne time paft at Vlt deputation qommercirfl Jmerefls i clargedvvnh rrqueffing thsfr ihe in his quality of Duke of will becony rantte ihe oftfaar as efleniii rhe revival of This Bank was fo inftired by the No a has yet been given tojhig The Duke of York having requefled th would be pleafed to MHow fome diftingui mark of his approbation of conduct o Army of his MajeHy Has been plea order Medals to be ftruck in honour of the L with infpriptioni to be to the ol foldiers ofthe Bonkpfrte is returned from n the articles Hiat ciry contain any imelli the Hclibctations rf the Cnnfult deputation from invited the Conful to viGtthar He replied tkat it his intention to vilit the different parts of th and particularly Io circumflances would prmir On Sunday lali thf laid a pf five gtiineHs that he would crofs the in a at high About oclock in jthe morning he made theJatternpi tended by four and proceeded with t dexterity with hi until he got inn loflng his the tubu anrl tap in the to tk fmall enterraimfient of the f So immenfely increafed has the Valtit of been in that fome property fold n onerate Land been I refold for On the fides of canali fiil is beginning to valued by the de a newly erafed Emigiant relation of the Duke of that in with ibme other returned was dii at a in Paris during their they talking very reely Hgainft the the Speaking of de Choifpul that the Gen were Lnf nately f General formerly o Army of placed vsry near hiroi nfing from his he addrefled himfelf ro demanding fatisfaction for the w lie hud at the fame time telling he Choileul no chame in fighting Oufiinot is a bu would him the choice of offering at the fame time the firft They imfl ately left the arid accort nied by to thr Boisde fited General Qudinot and fhoi on tit Ui entered his   

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