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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 9, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                from FRENCH to tht i of the Ccnfilta Extraordinary falpine Rtpubluk at The deliberations of the M nire at an rne Moniteurpf the and lift nas givc Very detailed account of its and of fhe hew Confutation of lUe Cifalpine or the Italian On theijth the ConfVta nrefented the Report of their Commiflion jo the irfl n a view of ihe fhe Repub cthey eafneflly invitert him to accept the hiah Office of Firft Magiftrare of the Italian Repub kt It was they to felerjl a by the afcendancy of his name and his could place the Republic in the rank that brfi s its That and that uere no where to be frmnl among us They there mott that USeneml will hpnottr the by fonitnuing to govern by aflociating with ihe dijsrclion of the ntfairs the care of governing it during all the time he hall think to redute ajl pans our territory to an unifoimity of princi and to catife the RepdUic to bs aekriow by all the in nil reply ip the e5 the great Your report pnii aCcedii to yoar ns long as require the tmportant idea of your In the midft of the continual meditations which my poft nothing that ihall relate to and hall confufidate your profperity and ihall be a flranger to the dearcft affeclions of my aQth the Chief Conful went to thev where fat the accompanied by the Minifler of the ihe Minifler of Foreign feveral General made the follow ing fpeech M The Ciralpine which has been reeaJHifaT Ontfe the treaty of Canroo has already undergone event firft efforts made tocftablilh k not by npfiile fcewed no longer whenthe French People a fccond time chzfed enemies from your Since that time every means hare been tfkJ to But the France liave been recognized an addition a fifth part to your you are more more more afufcd in yoar of Ox difierent you are to be united under ont tpote adapted other to your manners ditwnTUn haVc aflembled you af as the principal Citizens of the Cifalpinc have given me the powers to fulfil the auguft whieh my 4uty tmpofcs on as tbe Pirft Magiftrate of Preach snd man wha hat moft all others con tributed toyour choices whieh I have made to fill up your were made indepead tntlyvuf all ideas of of every local With regard to tht Office I have found no one you by the rank he holds in the pubJic fufficieatly free of a local who has rendered fervices fo great to his native as to qua lirV him for Inch an impoxfant Proccfs Ver bal which jroii caufcd to be tiimjoiitted to me by your Commitux of in wbtdt h m iMnt fXternaK and nf bat made the deeacft imyreulaBT MriMt I adhere to youi my miattia of the fate of yoW wddft of thofe continual meditations extradited from me by my npthint that relates to the confulidatian your cirftence and ySur fjiall be eftranged trom thofe which arc deareft to my liave only patticular from henceforth you muil have general lawfcvyour people have only local they rauft now tflume national you have no and the Powers who become your enemies are Strong but you have what can produce numerous fertile and the ciample which has been afforded you by the ira people of This fpeech was received with the moft Un bounded applaufe They then proceeded to read the plan of the Conflitntionj when the The Confticution of the Cifalpine was the whole body expreiTed a general with chat it might be failed the Italian Republic in which the Chief Conful appeared The Government is to confift of a a Vice a Council of aqd a The Prefident is to hold his office or ten yejrSfctindis indefinitively After jhe reading of the the Chief Conful cmifcd the Vice Citizen Mtlzi to fit belide and mking him by the embraced him The fitting then broke and the Chief Coii fiil retttrned to the Rilacj of amidft tne acclamations the The Conftitution of the Italian Republic WlU IsW tranfit of goods which the Government to the Legiflative will it declares that all Cohtmettial merchaudife may pafs except All Britifh in full meaning and extent as ithey were fpecified m the the Directory of this ajd ol October renewed by the proclamation the 3J of This exception omprife alfo the objects the aid publi though they may have been manu factured in countries are con idered as Brittpi how may the benefit of the rrnnftt rived in one of xtbe ports of rhe to be conveyed by water Batavtnn They ihatl befuriiifhed wirli a cerrificaicl dati vered by the MagiHra es of the place whence they corne and wete lapded or The js ftate that fhe articles are W ofEnglifh that the peribn who hak hipped them has made hit declaration by a fblemn oath or by n legal Shall be excluded from the tfaafit alLkiMk of as well as every thing fift and is tinderftond in thurcouti tfy by the appellatioq of both did and newj which is no longer ferviceable in All fntrs df cut and no longer be ufed in An foreign All kinds of foreign It is eftablifhed by this that foreign tea cannot be com not only among tfie object have the IfttCOMl benefit of the but it to make it an objecl of tranfport and tfaffic in the interior of tbe thtf chefls foreign tea svhich ftall be and which fhnll not be rriarked irt the manner publica tion of the JiY of on the zzd of nail be as well as the the conveyance has been of the and the perfofr whbyjhall eized it is alfo by this regulation carry fea ehefts which are jiot furnjifhed with a declaration of the Oflfeen of under the penalty of too per atid ihe confifcajionol the cheft The written the following ter tn all the tht fowrner Government Having Itarnt that feveral Members of the and other of the province who were in office on the iSth of the Revolutions that took place after that fcrintV Temples with rtfpcc to the acceptance of places tinder the prefent and fiuce of tut laft and refuic to take eoipismacnts which have a relation the Go vernment and Adminiftmipa of the Country i have thought it necefTarv to inform you by thefe prefenti rc quciiing ysni to make what ufe of them you think necef wry thai affording to my theup are no longer gny ttftrajav you ttwm ofing yoiir efforts confidcrjag things which hecn introduced to procofr foryotir Country as muck i hi and thereby to prevent its Yoji may without any when think and fit in the Collets which are cuancAed with the Adminiflration of the At of the and take a place in tbe Govern cooperating with the of the prefent Go with s6th The CHANCELLOR of ExcHcqVEii acknmv he had fa id upon a former that he hould feel it his duty after the reccfs to pro it f ift rv t ment of leges ot the or pro o Unded he or learned nd Ikilful men j Hnd or commer ee fhe By the Leeward Ifland mail which arrived yef an important manifeflo was from which it appears the infurgents of Guadaloupe have expelled the French Governnr and the MngiRrates appqimed by the mother Tkry have taken refuge in the Britifh fettlenwnts j and have fent advice by an Englifli flag of truce of the conclufion of peacr having a Ho announced that event by a French frigate from Prance the infurgents refuling to believe the and Hill lending forth privateers to cruife againft Britifh Uacro0e and his Colleagues have de clared them in A Hate of while the Eng lifh w ill treat their cruifers at fea as The expelled magill rates of the French and the heartily unite againft the gents of and wilt take every ftep to crujh them j but fhis will be no eafy Ac cording to letters from dated the mlurreclion continued 10 rage at Guadaloue with unabated The leader of it vhjd the which t and appoints iotn lifts prefentetf hy the The ExecutivePotter is in the Legiflarive anil The powers of the Prefident are very Ho lias the initiative of all all the nppuiiitment of and of the Vice He remains in ffice teo is His fnlary u five hunrjftd thoulimd hvres the Viceprefidents hufM iic icaucr OT n was the three primitive of ihe national f mulatto formerly a flave at the Colleges of nr I In when the negroes ro rile againll tlieir aiHifTtnated his that he might plunde In the next difturbances he commnnded a company of He afterwardsenjoyer thec anddefended with ihw w courage w eofthe redottts of fort fcnglilh attacked According to i from the Negroes were eve of and a gentral hon was Sir John having leave to return to rcfigned the command to the fcijri of who remains as fenior upon the Staff in The liritiffii force in the country mOclober was about 5000 exctufive of the Indian Gertwru Hutchinfon is be hetied to be now at Palermo for the benefit of his The Phaston frigate arrived on Sunday Ply mouth from where he left Lord Keith who The Confulta is to conGR of eight It is charged with the examination and approval of roeafures of public The Minitters the Grand ths Secretary of Mtnifter of Foreign and of The Legiflative Council deliberates on plans of f he Lcgidiiive Body decides upon them by fecret The Catholic religion U de clared the religion of ihe and the Bifhops are to be appointed by the and inftituted by the The Members of the the the and the arc was prepairing to fail for England with General The Phseion came from Gibraltar tn nine days A letter from a French Officer ar lately returned from that the Britifh CommanderinChtrf in Egypt had puttheCapt Pacha under an at foon as htf had learned that the Beys had been murdered by his orders Jt is now Ganthewunc i fquadron is Wftmcd for 3T or the it the rootn brought account of the UiHri the fmn of granted to hu lUheEitnfertlinaHrtof theArmy i j f paid by ti not CIVIL CANWINO underftsmd the lor of the Excherjuer gave that it Was his intention to bring forvi ard a mbfi6n for dilcMrf money Chttbbee drown fhe that nothing more wife off ill tutned my enormoWL rife of ing Stored unparaifeted In any year It arofe from To much greater pan on btfird Oii of in that rears dueupon the Civil good particular mode of ef purple i white the thfc means propofed do not appear to me to be free from Jeelihgr1 tl wouldtie my objection I fhatl whether thefeKvd rtame 1 A Sj prlprieiy of payipjj djflTjIbi arrears of Civ it Lift and the that has been be brought forvtavd Together and the intended meaAiiejof felling lands belonging to his Majefty in the WeftIndies hall be matter of Pailiartvenrary dif le to pay off all the arrears due upon the Civil at he did not date the fale of the and the means of effecl Crown ng the meaning td recommend the proceeds of fuch fale to be applied but he did not himfelf io the Gharibbee Crown didhe think that this part of the fub jecl panicularly called for parliamentary CANNING he could not agree to the mode propofed under fuch limitations and re i ft would rhe lale almoft tory as a pecuniary totally Inade quate to the wilh to know whether the Chancellor of the Exchequer means to bring for ward a determinate fpecific prbpofmon upon the of tle Income Tast The CHANCBMOR ofthe fatisfietl that this Houfe does not expect I fhould give an With refpecl to his own in and to the notice which he gave on a I wifh to whether it be pro per to bring forward iuh a meafure before he knows are meant to be propofed for the Ways and Means of the year Tbe very afking of luch a quefiion argues a c mfcious of fuch a I appeal to his own can r he would at 1 would riot be underfeed to allude to hat may or may not be proper to be done in the bufinefs I hold out no I give no dired or irrrpli d one or the I only wifh to avoid Jones the Right hile he gave him credit for his took care not to forget to give him credit for a lerable hare of He certainly take his and defer his intended motion until after the Ways and FEBRUARY prefented an account of places under the held by patent or for life r purfuant to to lie on the The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER moved the 0rder of the day for the Houfe to refolve into a Committee of on the account of the ex of the Army and debt of the to the end of the and alb for calling out the be referred to the faid The Httifc according to refblved into a Committee of in the ALDINGTON in calling the attention of the Houfe to the rftimate on die obferved with concern that the exceeding on the Army EHi mates for that year was i The firft item of this charge wiis advanced to CommifTary General to the Army on rhe Continent the remainder of the expenditures for the Army orf the Continent were made under the aufpices uf a gentleman of great integrity and fcrupuluus vigilance for the public in proof of which that in all ihe expenditures made under the aufpices of that the eftimace were exceeded by the in tht single inftanceofthc Bavarian aux iliary and fubfidiary troops in the amount of in every other they fell confiderably The next head to which he advened was tht charges for the Army of a charge very confiderably exceeding the expecta tion of and fur beyond what was even by the gallant General who un dertook that but glorioufly though unfortunately loft his life in the Ic was by no meftrts the opinion of the Com mander that thecomeftin Egypt would have been of fo long a circumftance which in a great degree arbfe from his But when it was confidered that that Army had covered them fclves with fo much and had laid the foun dation for Peace to this Coumry and to he hoped it would be coniiderea ample compen more especially as thofe expenditures were made under the direction of a gentleman of the higheft who loft his life in the and of whofe integrity the opinions of all who knew him were next was the of the Army in the Weft the cftinutte for which had been of the were a numberof addUionRl fliips and craft became aecefliiry to 4 thefuJi ivert fo Houfe lefef rf 4 Yeftsrday and this at Lyons vefy iathe fpy ilie of extraordinary Meafure hai1 new tahoft undertake ipfi f The placing the French Conful at i ihe Italian Republic it not a more flagrant annexation gamic Republic f before cozened their and their by the friend and protector f they are now them by the The thing M the P is and the mannerjs a perpetration of as in the a The RomanCathpHc worfhip it eftablifhed religion of the meafure it effentially neceflary to ihe i order of The lice is in the4tandsof a Cenfulta of LegiflatHre CounciV an4L The powers of the Prefident are J He has the initiative of lawV all the appointmeni of of the He remains in and is indefinitely is Uvres s the VicePrtfidents The name of rhe RtfvlRt tnuft n rally excite It is prefumpnon for a tion to a flume the title of the whole a f neceffarily give umbrage id King and and to hopes or their their wmngs as they lie at the fo they erve i port of the Tltisnew eliia f m feptothei of tbe whole and there are not wanting tl M ho fpeculate upon Bonapartes preparifg fat elf A fale place of in the evewjoj change in the Government fnnctf opinion they found upon the dliBculry of in one hand thereins of fuch a mighty France now Jmtt i Bonapartes return to Paris was expected Sunday There is every gnn to believe that the Definitive Treaty will noil fer any further The Chief Conful has Conferred his Brevett if I honor on the principal Magiftrates of the attentions they have fhown He has I ented tFie Mayors of the three diftricla into that city is with as a Sorer diflributes ribbons of different The BVench Funds have felt a the3oxh at Three guineas for a Service of Ban have been voted iu the handfomeft by thtl Houftf of AfTembly of ta his Royal High1 nefs the Duke of in of thej gratitude of the A Terribly for his exertions in ftr liament in favour of their Every thjng rends to ftrengthen the opinion have more than once that the failing theBreft fleet was a meafure highly beneficial the intrrefls of bof h York pa pert I received to the izih January contiiin letters which have arrived in different rjjrti of dcfcribing the calamitous in the French Weft India A freflt infuse1 was on the point of breaking ont in The navf 1 and mtTttafy from is fully adequate to the queDusg i of and revolt in or in aU which the French Government pofTefs Weft Private letters from Hamburgh thar Hanleatic towns are to be made over to the Pfii to whom indemnities are That of Kremen expects to be incorporated with tbe Electorate of Hanoyer Hamburgh and Lubeck it is be ceded to Denmark or to PrufjEjaV They fuppofe that all the Imperial cilieji will ferveas difpofjcfled we ir looked to affording the moft ample of indemnifying the Princes who have loft their territorial poffel fions on the left bank of the Letters from of the 28th coatain fme further of the murder of the Pacha of and the infurrecTion in that quar ter The weters have begun to fubfide in in tbe Ifle of but the froft is fo tkat the people are unable to begin tlie reparation of the The is going to to foKcit that Court to carry into effecl the treaty concluded between and   

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