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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 4, 1802, Dublin, Dublin EXECUTION of R r ART 1C t Thirfdav an vlv m f the pi pVilarc M alle mMe aul hy lillf I nnrafter feveii In crtil v prod giim i all the and roofs of the U were covertl with The throng cmr in tic to inrrpifr every the irAft marked fee nidi tnrtfgit nmongft the in confluence of their having twice before Kvrv inli appeared in a aim u fome the execution vwM the far uutnier were of a different eisht ochjck became and tlirttinrrmm f cmrd to threaten a j rwig m flip vgtiance of the Pity tim niirt ilicir aiM by i who uH ftl thrtranquillity of live rnighlKror even when fcaffold and drop wereplacrd ft HI the populace would not be trim rspentlon would At five rniwiUS nttrr Wall sfcrndM the drfied in animel far inferior to his condition alt oll light hfowtvtnuusd coat Mack velvet fli prrs he a chief in his jlis being prodtired Iiourtrful fenfaton in the mhlic mind he was received with three dliUurt coining out tint appear til to sigiute him On coming lie tiuucd his heart towards SmiitineM he did not wiih to lie bat took Sheriff Cox lv and fail to D the I leg rlwt I may not be polled hy the Thi OivFnrd comititiuiearerl to the in whatever hi affixe I the Icnot on ilie back of the ififooets When the platform le made If he mriflird drop without a jertw Uli fafl from The njfllltriidei a much ftjoteTtimtf VMS paffel in tlir previous lie wis ofrve 10 llrmgVe longerln Imr frtuation fhnn any fnch fiiUrrer has beenohfrtvwl to At tUe expiration of eleven it was however found to At lie end of thetifual hciiip ahon ten after body arH ronvoytl in g cart in ihr tlifatre 6P on Sail an by the City Marfhat and his attemfatUty Ji nfiiVinji lie lis previous to ilipiedthe nOirtmeiu formerly ihe His jiirafnr the laft tirniiglii lie is a vry about hi own i Although he roms a fronj iwelve to to Tie did mt once embrace this indul during whole never we intotie lobby to confult with coanfcl Hcifrved was times very face od vleaf in coaverfato Jvwt darlrtjj he frequently fat up m his ed and overheard by his He nocouny his only attendant was nprifon jyhn wjjs appointed for that purpofehy the hf djd not return to his old trot into A cell t he was fo far lavwved as tuii 10 liavc irons pat bwt a Prrfoi was employed as watch hirp during his do Vft violence to His lyd was brought him lie on which iic threw Yunfvlf in an agony of it was hj intention rut to rife him on the fatal mnnias The Sheriffs particularly pointed and precifc in their with ti confining him t ihe ufiul diet of niead and Tvater to the awful Awniifcrnptilonily The nrif during a part of Uie tewnia trtfaviguc airl of The next fntiirwirig his wife but was rtfufed admittance JVitWiuutan order from ooe of the She np I to Sheriff who attended dej to the pr Ixpio the of the fltft until twevf he ilid to entci fain of eleven oclock on Ufdnefdoy night Kirby the prifoncrs ctfl with the man who was riteff to flt up with lie inquired if any Ital dirrived Phe t I upon him Vjqacntly time vllited him in II expected titltvMrlve then after tlie of near an Hour he inquired particularly wheniHr the in being brought out of the would fuaUc a great and at what time r The attendant beiiiR unwilling ta difcom juife his prcteivied to be ignorant of thofc mat He fell aflrop between five and hear the of the fatnl which was brought nut five it flmok ihe whole prifoti but about twenty minutes ater a mail going he v not that ilictaial fca4Told r The fame perfon it was the and lie hear the Jiorn blow with He did not go to fleey again i he other and a an tCuilJ not avoid the in the if the Icnlfo fiUhoujli it he a to difbcatxthe neck of the uc lijnx foprur outot He never hal btjciioiT ilic The though was faal 11 tie nut fo gieat as thftt the exccmivi ot Advmfon an WilldnCuri Tor about three ycais but the public hat never btju iu fiucc the uVath of Wn1 from fome of lltll he might bern he lial views of t aurl from a he had a friend in his it con fiOeJ Attorney one of ilic Sccreta upon the pcopuciy doing they iihifcd him td Hand the event of a The Armrtvortg Ijis jirivate is well as iftGiit to the wUic was oiiiy rovcriKM of feiie but as llieiait avUOiHrMru Iwing It was arioffice he held but a ihort not move His emolument were very roulilir list his uuluarv of Trade to the His family were originally Konwn C At hoi it hut of fotxvfe he lo lUc or he not have held Ins lias a fort in a intertable line hut ha tince Uis U fay litllc Iv or abroad lie weiu by with five iulrrcd maAe lo five Governor 1 lie wiiiue of VVeilucKljy hit tjte ue jtteittion of ihegjou lawotficcrs t ilicjulcis met m Ihc a Tlie three is liltrr to Lord mew to of so1 of fial one the Louis of the Alt thefO atul were exerted with the ut vigowf to bve mul ihc pevhions til Kjiug were well as from his with great firm anvl tuat j if take its The King has pre vailed ou to grant fume very unpopular his In this iuAance lie iv popular exction It in irupollible ptrfoos in the Circles o can believe that the indignation and raKe of the Bonded to Ungvu they They Governor Walls with the fnAcrings of ihe every out who has a foil or a roiher in the aijTy 01 navy becwwe a partizui aga fcanns that fuch if Jic rfiffinlfite the refult frota rfcanr t trelijk flfo uHty of him whim his nr their death with impuni Thxcry the poor guilty flitter t the rich guilt ThU engaged of the public attention for djis week pan than any f tiiin tJic that rWeruHty of fare was we have wholly forbome frnjn no ticing thnujth wte We Wfuild nM annmince the till other ttuxTt lirt doing fn ws inigfTt feeiu to giVc an opinion n his fj Under thefe jrircumftaners the King after wife Ty in forcing the We have no doubt of Walls Ririt i bntwe allow that feveral teligent perfons However Umrritablfr the unhappy fateof ju coincidence with that of the unhappy fea rrfceufly fuffVred at is fortunate for the character of the and its go It wiLlibcar teflim ny to and to the that whiiteVennriads may have been made on Uririfh Eng ib juftice till retajns and js ftjll equally nd adminif tered to ihe Peer anil to hf making no dtftinc tioi Ketwcen the private inrl but and avenging Sll It will he a tt fiich of the Aritifti feameti as may be dejrftcd and rail down hy he melancholy though jidend of nianyof their to that no dim fy nogrouudlrfs no pretended either imfgrned it the or aftinvards irnuived orcafioh may will be admiitd as a jiiftificatiou ly Wheii they fee the death a funple fer wi tiAwrfiiYnUy or in a country Whence report of might yoflibly have never ifariud novi made the of a flaie ptofc c cwmlufllcl by the two principal crJirtinal offi of the w th the afltftancef t number of ntiicrrtlghly rcfpcflaMe tlrf attendance of evry in the finalleft degrre col Iccrrrf with alf tin anxiety that cooW Ivjive been lie flowed ori the caTe at t1e commencement of the profe ctitton in by tie wi low and orpkau cliildrcn rf the if he and they were rich enough to the they not rrjoice to fee that ijuniihmcim are not for tliem and that tlie pioudefl of th fe who rule diem cannot tywanife over them It is naruralto the ignorance of low to fuJipef th it fufttring is confined to iA own In countries this is unfortunately too much the great crimes are rare in the higher ranks of focieiy i but in the Jew in ftanccs ill at have equality of jufticc lias heen ra forcQdin a munncr that gives every peafant ii the lan icafoii to tliaitk Heaven that1 he was bora in fuch a The Iate Colonel Wall was onlv LieutenantGovernor of but the office of Chief he aired in that capacity for about two Governor Wall wastilird ly to a uoblc and hie wife him cuuftantly when in conteal mem in and in Upper Bcd it is prububle had he not wnttcu the becretary nf the matter had been fo long that he would never have been any way mb Ufted wiTe to the unfortunate years of age heir tlticflfon is not more than eleven years The Governor many years upon the fomctimca in and fomttimes in Italyt but nioflly in where he sad was admitted into good Hfe particularly aflociated with the officers of hit own coun who fervcd in the French aud was well known at the Scotch and irifh in He an arcompliOicd vnd a man of great ye undcrftand hit boiy on Ikurfday delivered to his by whom it liaa beta This day we received the Pipes to the They of the of the Spanifh Plentpotniribrry Frcfcn Parts ot B napttrJe ia in thafWetrojpotfii By tripTlierefa arrived on Thurf day it from we lenrnr that Lord Keith was with his flcrt at that ifland on zgth or Lord Hurchinlon Jiiid reached M few days A deputation principal inhabitants of to Govern ment is arrived on board the tvriich is now perlorming qiarjrntinek It is reported amongft the circlt thai an arrangement is in tfoutemplaum lor the ellablifhrnent or PiiHce Auguftws ar Ir is even thar he will have a grenj rank and mtereft in that by the voluntary cetfion of his are furry iu Lord Kmyon has had a fo much indifpoftrd as to be un able M attend m the Court ot Kings Bcich yef Rant Oimmercwl of Sweden ar Jus rere vedlromBaron the Knvoy in the following Tha Pacha of Tripoli ftill continuing holtili fies Mgaintt Saedifh the King has fent a of tinder the command of the Baton dc for tha protection of in the This cornmanrier having made pre parations ro place the port of Tripoli in a ftjte of rrqueii th t you ill give notice to the and Merchants in ihe port and dif here ymi alio to your cnrref ponrents in thultpom where any Swedilh Agents Crmmme ue in otder that no vef fcls miy attempt to enter the pert of Tripoli during the they will not to bs de nrtd treated as the laws of war diredi in Inch The General Baron Nauendorf died on th5th at ota conlumpiive kvs ihiir the hs ifHied a rheArihbilhnprick of Avignon we on the a oneird cuiriae palled tlmt car rying i hi uru which cuntamed nfhes ut Pius whu ditd at m te Department of La It by a in which were Spina fme of his vvhile etvoncj by a uoop of Theflorms which prevailed in the Baltic during laii iumimn occiiiioned a number of A letter Irorn dated relates the followmg uuecdore rtlpedling one of the hips the beongingto a mer chant of that The Captain and part of the crekv were loft but Count Saint a Cap tain of AiiUnan vt ho embdrked at London to join his rrgimrm in faved himielf by great He clung i lie wreck of a on which he was driven about by the waves for the fpace of lony At laft he received alfi fi ance near Ky his mind he nlfo favej a by of n Jenrs of He WHS fink snd only one Ji4iid above the w he fciatd him and placed on the The d0H5f it fent a ftjuadron of frigates into the in or der to the TheJaniflirierf tif Befgiiide have added to the enormiry oi tlxir tHe Pacha of rhat canfifcating and appointing a fucceflor to the GHef rhwrirfrbm among The Clef Ju Cabinet has an paper on rhe of to In Loridon lfe culatori may have to fCfliapfc might fintf in the MOD ufhnfttlitiefi Bur iet ihefe rndividual be compared with the peo the mof rhe of thittie writeYiffVv aflent befpeaks the papular WBit announoed tms1 harmony of th f h hicreafe of the national and irhpoffibilitv of or evert tut pninring a rational for which the war hould be As to adds he the Peace even flrongty feltthan in In the tfeere ijo fyftexn or individual calculation to thegeneral though were ready to Peize upon every to cenfore the Treaties of Peace were all eagernefs and VVhar a hrtciAr defies its Government wills1 rtit h The of What he ays of to be vvort of In arr en lightened Admini ft ration is labouring tH clote the wounds ot the and to repair the of thfir in order it feets the neceffity of If this flood in need of a no is required than the unheardof quantity of taxes lately impofed by a whole economy is known to equal us FJU3M THS FARIS Society Tor the encourage ment of hareflddrefied a vwcu lar letter to all Societies of a fimilaf in to fend of who wilt b enrolled as members of Dctimbtr aVrd tran quility tvete lit appearance reettabMlfhefl at Bel the JaniflTarirs were Cohr4Kng in fccret the and today has ben maiked bv a fivo in the afiei noon the JjnKlaries entered the houfe of the at whom they difcharged a by he and imrneiliaiely fell upon htm with thHr until he ThePacha bdng the eized all that belonged to with the exception of his hich they left This event not ihiltrt to cniriVr the grcatert cpnHernation the inhabitants of 26 We lenrn from under date ofthe 19 thit three Ruffian hips had rived in that as it was to tranfpoti troops in that amount ing to to ihe ifle of h ch it is prcfnmed the Ruffians have obtained the right to garrifon having taken into conliderarion prrfent of the circulating and Conltdering the quantify of piecrs of brals and bafe coin in has decreed that gold and and the copper which bears the tmprefljon of the preitnt Poptiff fhafl be from the Journal DCS of the United States of commanded by the brave is returned to from a bruize in the touched at Gibraltar the 8h of Novembtrr but haying been charged by Commodore Date with difpatches for he did mr nair to land j fo that he did not bring a fingle All that we had heard relative to the capture of the Tripnline is In a day or two we expert the official details from the Marine of this ami obltinate The corlnir a Greek vcf of about 150 mounting 14 85 After a defpenTie engagement of two the corfair flruck her The crew of the Enterprise quitted their and gave three virflorjous huzzas but the pirate at inflam rehoified her renewed the conflict with increaiYd frtquently attempting to Tunifians btandilhed thtir la with Ury ot CannibU Therr cuuld not refift the and conftancy of the Ihe Barbarians were obliged to firilte a fecond time Ster ret ordered them to whilft his intre pid heroes flood every man at his gun with a lighted match in his The as Toon as hey had taken the pofition poured a broadfide into the and hoifled thtir flag once and inflantly attempted to board the cry of the fthooner us fight I let us fink theftperfidious in the ocean the boys of the new world made every effort lo maintain their firft The of Captain Sterret enabled them to rake the corfajr fore and aft the the enemy was dreadful vidory was no longer doubtful e of the privateer was hot ner hull was riddled with and fhe made water in every fifty of her ctew lay d ad on the deck f the treacherous commander now leemg that he muft either yield or go the bot cmd out for and proftrated himfdf in a fuppltant manner the voic9 of humanity role fnperior to that of rfie indignation wlikh h 4uii had gnlated the that quarter whithhe had did not extend ng of the took M M threw them he barbarians to go b pay bit ide at ilie IlirCC Dal of Pruffiati a aJlri t Thisday ralty from I Mail Their We are well ceivedinfWfru w hich failed fur V i i TTf Leonid has hftcome of FWirdi numbsrs xvhich had died on board is a very txtraordinary tered imto by the Spiiritfh woal fySfw and Engliih are Park news of a revolution having bwnrffetfed at Gua daliupe by the Molatioesy arid of of the drowned in ihwtrovvn at But fays one of the Paris long as thefe accounts come and are not announced in the them A tettes tQpri Cape date fome new detaib of the infurr It appears th4 article it r ion given by vvhtch flaVea fritoihe or pretext of rfiefe whites muhttoeS had Been m whom Smuggling has been carried on to fo great air extent fince the figningrof of a9 to rh Q A gpnQjfotV0f five and a fl op of have ordered ro Tail iih medrately from lt put aftbp to the contraband by Vhierithe revenue of country would be very materially rtQM TB9 The fqaadron deflinsd far the un der orders of Admiral continued wind bound at Helens on Lord Whitwoah Was on Friday queftiojied bj a Gentleman in the pit of die i the of return replied People not rejtihed the his are add ed the hoifes do not fjgn The report thnt Fofter ill be called to ihe Speakers Chair in the next is renew ed ith incrcaltfd is at leaft certain one could fill ir more honour to ihe or advantage to the The exarTtime for difbanding the Militia is not yet but it probably will not exceed the 24th ot rhe coming Marquis the GovernorGe nera of it is fatd has been For this various rpafons have been The ofienfiblc one is faid to be the extravagance of bis perhaps the real one may be tnund in his to tha narrow fyftem of ihipping which the Directors to The Marquis lives in a ftyle of uncommon fplen never ftirs from his houfe without a frop of horfe to attend Lord Gardiner will be created a Peer of the United previous Uie tnfiiing diffblu Two new name Klliot nnd J are expedled to offer themfelves for the Parliamentary feat of Weftmin in the room of his The late Governor w e are refided in London for the nvo laft under cd name of When this Grnileman effeaed his efcape from the Kings M flingers at he walked 60 miles wrote the country before he took a when he proceeded into and there re mained til a favourable oicafion offered for to the It was during this anxious period that he became acquainted with and him Foxs propofcd journey to France is prin cipally for the ptirpofc of papers in the Scottifh College at Paris lefpeoling James in order to affift him in the Completion of the nUloty he is at prefent Price Envlifi January 3 per 68i liiisu MC PACKCI
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