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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 6, 1802, Dublin, Dublin THE EARL if It on Saturday laft our meanchrtly duty to announce to our Readers an event tvhich muft felt at a nations calamity the death of the Right the of gtat gooid LORD of UPLAND expired morning the 4lt h of at haUpaft nne at his to Thelmmedfatr of Lvd hips we underftundt the ofi g Mt quantity whih f If of while tftwrd by fucN that upon liik ie preceding Maud iy there not furvive the arrival in Dublin to fear that e alarming lo tltcteapnrV h confutation of rhe PhyfiMftiiW he i VJ ttitfnot prevent any impediment tr the public he directed the new nnd bed adiuimO tered tr rKtrn thcnicefnirvovKS Soon afterward fmp eepi fln qopinut Ifft iintir of when Tbaf a who for laft n Jlbfwntiienr Character in rjietifl aftd JrU beUion HioiVId kmiv t II rr which popular evincing weak Ani J 1 Anj uraHjr when the the JLegiflature tauvs whafepAlicy WHS experimentally proved f tfcff retiisnron vthich inRarifly followed their re the latt matr fttcrVd at Rofi by the Rebels of had in foducwfln bill for the i complete reuut of per jhis KtV had nlmnfi un of when 4yoiint warn the danger wHkti it rulhihg by an actual repeal nf of alrnort every acre held he demonftrafedfKat tlie B II them rrtuft ihnkeeveVy in the the country into a confufiun ef would be demonftration liy which he proved his was unntilwer the fuopirtemof the were of cwufe railed Patriots withdrew It with preetpuainn and ratenisof ed thencefbrwurr acommand which continued as hng HS he remained H Mtrnber of the of very early Mrmher of that pat Volunteer which had really for iis objrct the defence of the Country and we find FrTfcGinBON one of the firlj 10 vhhftand thofe mad and mifchjerous heated with the event of ft tocfcefsfuVrebellion tn caper to hUrry Ireland into an Britniu upon jpeculaiive 6f eounitmioual taicms now Doimed him out as worthy the confidencef hin which he rud nbly und difiniervftedljr fupported j and in upon elevation of the Ckwirnel tci the apn Iiis IVli i i f 1 eatl bellowed cflice tvufl in his gft upon the alle and fahHTulaefvntit had protected hrsnhterefts during Iiis ra Chancery Lord JTi Gibbou firft exhlfibifed die ut cifiOni OF Wt he in the the yearsjn his but ifJiis was ever rcverfe upon an thisdifjK quenCtr Ms m in an t ij prn it iieCtitraryfi efta of thd Roili But ii r bt f whiclViihe fevera ill neYs fre inEngtond laft Oi ilffoiiioo rrftin itntt n for ieUre tlie we broken out t hath a ad vie Iim J y ferired 91JMM1W tovfucl1 As a fujch iitriotitihtit bad thofl fiSvefrt vas above an objecl ii dole His indignation tjie wortbleSfTrfefs of political gave tq foroe of his exprfffions an airnffarcAftic haiigfi but tr yet the intltgtjam fuprriority of ht npurable rhe peevjfh petulancfof a puny colour to his Aminble and in private he has left a ntimerotJS cirrfetffBUMed frWds while nation to the upright and honeft His Lordlhl Tviio firft ChanceryBench within the laft three was ar the tjme of his deith in the year nf his He was created a Barofjin June a Enrl of June aPeerol Great he miirriedtlttwtoHghterof by left Tons a he eldeft rtttti onw Er bF borji in Ths LordGLAREwere imer red ih Peters on Sunday It was houlcl be nivate bur m the credit of Irjjh was refplved pay Irff melancholy duties u the glory of theiv If iniiyjcUd Ijy the Ihould have been aiptivateend ttnnftcMHctipus as wuliffteebfprefs Wtfh ofthsfr Se I loved andfa very early The return of and the conccfllonon the the Brififh Letjlflature of every of iniiiotinl had only jfcrved toi excite clamours from edition Vkriefj rabble of he in nod thrMtfn the public and foms Gentlemen of Ireland ducod into an open confpiracy thfir Own Iti corribating and fhifabiUHei M rKe AitorufyGeueral were of fin eifice where the povvevs the law were he Jthem with tirmnefs where ciMild employed In to the people Ireland their true awd of knaves been formed againfl eminently j ilieefti wfia had been mtfled 1eparated from mean and turbulent who locked only ro j expended which had tlueat cried iiitetTJfte and n dwindled into the of Napier Tandy his ragged mobs In are tojiok ihf next important asra of our Inte Chancellors At that when a part f the Irlfh Parjia by its inconfiUtfucy hud laid the feeds of otv the AttorneyGeneral ftood nWe do i undaunted Champion of Sir the G vcrjinKnt his arguments in u could all xvliokncw and thegrem and good flom cfifplaying at a tnoment svKen 4t btri tJffuffd Utjc early h6Ur a v Utjc Pf s Jsjding to it j the and tlie walked urftd before the hemfc iCiro weeping of LorJ CLARBI The hearfe svas attended by twelve prin cfptl CIK the Archbiftiop of T Chief Mhurhf N the Then fhllofed a cram oj nearly ah hundrcd privare C which were thofe of Lrd Sir Sraitfc the Karon and teveml of ttw The train vlufed by a number df okmntiy never been observed at a do we recoiled any procetfion iverfally and reljeclably at TA fhff PUDlc funeral of the late Lluke of hour appointed for the bufmj falling in ex rrvifffTetl by his opponents ile uf of Ins the rty which is fixed by the although anxious t psy rtipeM to their regretted vVecluded from pmceltion paffed through and to St ttjrs A Gentleman of the hofe talents hnve long been admired by the on feeing the e following e out into the thy facred and 1 ff lEverv new ii i Vn his fcafon to wiM be of the4noft glorious r Mr WICK which torWOTKjjiityiKf ty his fix rituflConvince evehrfW tnbft unworthy of his clajm jo facred ir and opens fltoliM I I r in fi write A I t jL It for frailties he incommin w JifM tfldtfl wSte 6f a piujvVe the per j tv his TTflTTijje tit ne iiftcame coiirfe of i hat and threevtinWs in partofik 6f Sacfajheijt THIf tttAf H dF THE EARL OF f HE faWcd and the clrtflSc Sptak butan heartlefs mockery From warmer with a uuryr Vjerfc of The tialted Dcmandd the holy the Calls pure d AnJ ardent feelings unalloyed The tfuri ftrc aming from the Widows The fob burning from the Orphans brcall piinjtlcd founds of grief round me ErndHiwi that CLARK has fought eternal reft No niorc iliall Tufticc glanciiig from hit eye Check prnul Opprcffion iii the niid carter Or thruttgti the devious wiles of dclcry Tlie lurking rohbtr hid in guilty No while Trcafpn oer haplefs land with audacious infoltnce Shair oijr great 5cnator and Patriot ftund of Sovereign and hit God To t hi bright mandons of eternal day the pure fpirlt which infplrjrd him rife For meek RELIGION pointed out the And wingd himfoe the Calm fortitude he ftood Prepared to yield his fleeting mortal And glorioiw to the G Jo IMMORI ALITV thxougU Bur letDot fecm the Nor the loud the breiitt that rend Nor hw to whVnybis Countrys thy long It toafe JbravelV Ubod ever1 ifl the frenzied fury of RdJclnJti Thy the FjnetuI of tuftice Now petty Chicane HiU his faucy The Man of kia The indulgent he who ruled Oer aumerout fertile acres lias ieeotne A tenant to the Could not thy lofa ourgood Vet ccafe let not prclumptuoui Man repine AtwhM his Gad but meek bow to hit omnifcient Will February p THE Fame ribf the Fama At on on tfce wift t And nil around the aniikatcd fJicwert of Orphan dvift The moonQruck whom rcafon fhall The weeping the Maniac groan T Latl in the one mwrncr hall In life a but in death m mufe fliall unfeen by Record d Tomb Hull The Lord Chancellor is the general Guar dian of and tOR THE DUBLIN I hnpe the Author of the on the Death the muchlamented Lord will not be offended by the Vcrfion the ef which in your paper will very much gratify On the DEATH of LORD THAT cold is now thy and bulhd thy and and Guilt Whilft round thy facred Kach Friend to Peace and The the WtdowMjftcp applaufe And and mourn For ever facred he hy CtAat Thy worth and piety ihy Countrys gUry are The TO By Command of hit fciccltericy the f i Holihan f Mr WJK 1 i AcivlL 1 Si Ol be Arett and of MrDHitoKcocMj Mi thii wfc Places foe the 3 to jnfay in maimt any bef ro that is arrivedin A Or is intended tifed by the weak and cr that the Amphitheatre will begin at Scvcu 4 Traifc prefem 1 be prcfcnted a of fi the whole the fir ft and only in the World for this i i for this the V SACK in which he jntroducedjitbc TIGiiTJlppE fa celebrated Wight ticularjy Tie artovfKiWg M The thf lajft npw 1 v Places to be UiiU rt AM HKLMR begs if rn acquaint His Fi and the Public in thai his M fired for MONDAY Tchruary when grcnt Variety of NEW AMUSEMENTS will bebroufht Tickets be hud of Stephlfl ntect i and of at the of wftbea Placet for the Boxes may be For the BEN T of ORIGINAL BuxKiericK AT THIS THE LATE erfpeftfully begs the once to tblMt the intercft of Tier gc ncroui mid ike Vublit At vrhofe former h btrality and iupport ruuft ever remember with UK nncerc and heartfelt VUESpAY WILL A GRAND SELECTION OF NEW E N t E R T A I MVi E N T As tvill cxprcflcd in BilUr and AdvertirenncntM THE SIEGE OF XTTHICH has long been the admiration of all ranks nf people in it fultmltttd to the Public in Dublin an ft it new open in a Building erected that purpufe in near thv Col This grand hiftoricul Piaurcjis painted by ROBERT KER and is upon a much more ettenfrvefcaJc titan the of recently token It embraces the and Defence of Acre by fe and and includes in its variom Groupea of Portraitu tliaC of Sir briiney Sir John Ohczzar and JtNRRAL with others of the Turkifli and 1rcncli n large HS Ijfev Admirtancc One Shilling Nine Morn ipg till fcffliiira
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