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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 13, 1802, Dublin, Dublin AT a General Qjiarifrly Meeting of the GO VERNORS WBXPORD fcfiMALE SCHOOL of held on the ill day was unanimoufly That the of the ROMIJ5H CLERGY of thii in compelling the of fuel Children of their as were at falU to withdraw thofe Chtfcircn under pain of our Thai the reafbnaffigned by die JOHN of for their being o liiat attempts had been made to fcducetitttn from iheir to have no other foundation tfRan a tod of the Mifrtprtfentations of 1rc and thr and we call upon CORRIN to fubftantlate the by naming the HCcrfonijWib attemrjtcd fuch ajid producing the Children on whom it was hid Fuch attempt been they would not ijuftify of cndudt which haibeen adopted as it not appear that Complaint rver made thereof to of or at any General Quarterly Meeting nor does it appear that the Intcrcfh tftcir Religion cpuld pcifibly have been injured hy d f ctrhlg this violent Meafure oae week when the General Quarterly Meeting of this day would have af fordtd an opportunity of Complaint and of Ifut Ow female School of at time of Jiiivcrfal Scarcity add and that CKil bf tlie Rotniih Religion were admitted into fjid find therein and in part cloatlud and fcii5 ai is falfclv to induce them to barter their Religion for the Supply of their Wauts offuch the Governorrand OovcrnefTcs of that School are but to prevent thofe wretched Children failing he immediate of Poverty and to enable tbtn Worn their daily bread by beneft them this if caitfeof Omplaint did ae tti3llV have been fo cafiK adjuftcd by a tem pVrate and a proper representation oft he part Romifli of any or DeftA which occurred to them in the Arrangements or CouduO of thJs infant we lament the which eompcU us td order thatthcfe Refolutions be thrte times inferted in the DUBLIN ind two hundred copies of them be printed for circulation Signed by February i i JOHN t letter to tht Hmnutfjt t5 jregret that I was fo long abfent from niy Regiment at time it was ordered from which prevented me from a timely of acknowledging the high fenfe of obligation I feel my fejf under to not on my own but the Ofttcrriin niy both in your public capacity as our Ocneraljfar two and a ami your great litcncff to us a To meet vpur approbation was always my higheft am bition thatlhave your manner has convinced and tbat is no fmali to With much I hear arc about to leave Country the for now every perfou who has the honor to know muft feel on that will not cafily be I hall that you take with you the thanks and bed wiflict of every perfon in my of none more fincerelyr than I have the honor to with great Vour much and moft obedient humble MV t WAS kft night honoured with your Lordrtitps polite flattering The londudfc of the Royal sfltire during the long period it was Rationed deferred tbe greatcft praife and to the Of for their attention and great gentlemanly I ever The alfirtanee I received from your Lordfliip t muftevrr remember with and with fincere wiflies for the veUare and the whole of rhe Royal JJownfliirc I Imve the honor to with great Mv Your LorduSip fincere and faithful BRVDGES TOWN OF AT a numerous and refpeftable Meeting of the INHABIT AN IS of the TOWN of held the purfuant to public notice DAVID Efqin tbe Chair The following Addreh was unanimoufly agreed To Lord Vifcouni Mr the Inhabitants of the Town of Car low and its imoreucd with of the decpeft for the important which we derive from the the TJls in our and the other wile and for which we are indebted to your Lordihips liberality and public beg leave ro our warmcft for your Jgjnd attention to the luterefts and Profperity of this Town and to congratulate you upon the happy which your LordQiips meafures have already pro and which we feel muft constitute the beit reward a noble and benevolent mind can That our Chairman be requeftcd to prcfent the foregoing Addrcfs to Lord Vifcount that with his be publiHied in the Dublin Journal Colonel LAIOOCUE having left the and the HOBAKT having been called to That the ThauUfe of this Mtetiog be returned to Coloutl for his very proper in the BENJAMIN To Colmd Ut I HAD the honor of rwreiviti your enclofinga veiy Hattcriug Atldrefs from the Inliabitants of theTwwa I am gratified to Icara that luch 91 hdvc been adopted with a view to their have hitherto had the beneficial they were intruded to promote that I deeply of the honor conferred on iftc by thii mark of their 1 amimy dear your very faithful humble Prtm LONDON AND iiNGLISH BO For YOUNG D U D U X this opportunity of ex t Jwrr to the Parents of the OUNO confijned to her for their coniidence and frttadlUip her will be edu cated ui every branch of polite which I Knglini all the fafliionnble Fancy The bcfl for Htufic ind on ai reafoutble Terns as at any other DUNGANNON WANTK1X a CLASSICAL AaaiSTANT ot cftablUlicd rcputatipu and to the Du5lor SAMUCL Dublin tir at Fxtradt of a letter fronvHeniy captain of his Majcftyi hip an f fur of his awl vVrflfels at to dalcd at Poet live nth of i So A brilliant liule exploit was pet formed tie day by tvvd bivts of the Lark a copy of Lieutenant John Hones a fling Cap tain letter on occaflon I right to mrf inii at the fitue timd to ihai Lieutenant hai in many performed tne Port Sept WY I arrived in thii port evening having quilled my flation on Tuefday laft lor the purpofe ot landing fone prifoners ol war which we took in a privateer fclooner orj the night of the i3th lall we had chafed her whole of the clofe in witi the Cuba till whenflie took fhciter within tlie PorriUo Keels I immediately fent Lieurenani with ihe yawl and cutter and fixteen men in About half pail ten Pafley found her at anchor in the Irt expeded ftie was wait ing the attack in which he cphmienced by a rlifcharge from one nine and two out poun leverely wounded feveral in each they and alter a flvort but levere they carried Slie proved the from port he left on the 8th and fincethat tinna hd taVcn the Eliza loop and Bet fey brig belong ing tn She was commanded by Jofeph Callie and from the beft accounts I have been able tocolefl fhe had on when the action 45 21 of whom were lix The Captain and all officers were amongft the On our part we have to lament the lofiof John Gtxfwain of the who killed early in the aft MCloud and twelve fea men I have been able to land the prifoners under the fecuriiy ol the having promifed to take them again on board on my way to Port And I am much indebted to the command ing Major of the who haj had the gnodneis to under ihe care ot cheir MCloud and four wlio are thought to be the moft dangerouily wounded I hall fail and lofe not a moment to regain I my Signed FEBRVAST The Lifbon Ma if ol yeflerday brings accounts rt in the Gut of iris upfet in a gufi of m her paflage to with money for the of the whncnm BrR Lieutenant of Le at the memorable defence Acrf and on the death of was by Si Sidney 10 the The country has an excellent fociery ah honourable and worthy Shaw and Dreffingfailf d ytftcdaj from with impormnt difpatches for Amiens and The Chief Conful has certainly returned arrived Preparations were making in December laft for of the Britifti from Marti and it was underftood that the ifluid be delivered to the French on the of J The will not take plice rill the liift fix weeks after the figning of the Definitive Gantheaumes fquadron pafled the Gurof Gi on the 2oth in the Letters from of the inform that Sir James Saumarez immediately difpatched the Defence and oi 74 guns to watch the motions of ihe French Lord Kenyon is o much indirpofed that if is bIieved he not long retain his office of Chief Report gives ihisoffice to Orders have been fent down to different fea ports paying off feveral of his Majeitys hips otthe line and A proclamation has publilhed by Touf fainf at Cape on the of for the purpofe of IVcuring tran in the t requires among other that alf citizens of lexes fiiall be obliged to carry about of fcribuig their Theie cards are t be fertllUrd by fhe Mayor of tht and given to none bur as have a trade or profef fion well or undoubted andfure means of All pertbns not having furd if blent to plantatipns if out of the Every Mas or granting a card ro an improper is to befe verely lifts of ibr cultivators of every dillriiM are ro be furnifhed to the Rrcent acnijnts from Canton a flronr body of Tatars had rhnde an mcurfion near had proccedfd along the borders of the far the of H Nor they weie wcUappointed and arid excited grneral the rnore as this invafion Items fjave been connedled with internal Several were at the fame moment in but the Emperors by a prompt brougrtt fhe inlurgents to action before they could joined hy the and routed them with immanfr The Tartars in made a re trograde with a it is to concentrate iheir and to wait for reinforce In the Eafiern diftritfs of owing to the prevalence of an uncommon the natives have been reduced to the necofiity of abandoning whole tracls of country queft of The Emperrtr has exerted his authority f r their relief but ihe general fimation of the country oppofej much difficulty to his betitvdew purpolcs Ftott rat The Lifbon mail of yefterday bJringi foroc par tial confirmation to Ihe report whicli tias been in circulatfon for or and lofs oi fuveral Lipi ot the fleet wlucb failed from Breft lor La of and La Cornelia of Citizen part of this and lull of rated from the Admiral on the a6th tt the and puf ioto Cadiz on the 6th On the i6th a brig arrived at Oporto from aind report on ilie ih 235 fljefaw the line un der French with W by the and in reat apparent whieHMas exprefTed by fignal The bri j to approach her but the fea ran wind blew fo that after devotirtg to the was obligtd p reliriquilh The Milbrooke whicharrived at Lifft bon on the from a report to have prevailed at that feveral ot the lUet had been An OflScrr on board the Sir BicVr ertoni at has furniihedus with an account of the roafiacre of the which we are that the murder of theie Chiefs was not in the contemplation oi the tain but was the immediate eonfequence of their rtfifiance to an order to Con The Beys were embarked in three bosks on the Lake for the ptirpofe of Lord at Alexandria and when Pacha had clifengaged himfelf by means of a pretended from the the Beys were informed that they WElre 0 procted on board the Selim the Turkifh Admi rals in order to their being conveyed tp The Mamelukes refifled the and attacked the but were over powered by when feven of them leaded and efcaped to the The Captain on finding his Cent fur rounded by a brigade of Britifh and being given to underAand that he was to remain apri foner until the bodies of the murdered Beys were given up to the Englifh he of his and baring his defired our people to exclaiming that he haft obeyed die orders of his Sovereign he foon and delivered up Mourad and fome Mamelukes with the bodies of thpfe who were declaring at the fame the intentions of the Signior did not affeft their but only meant to remove them from where their influence was in confiftem with his I he uuation of Domingo excites peculiar from its relation to our Wefl Inuian do minion and we icel gratified in being able to preterit 10 our readers ihe following trom letters and papeis on the received ytflcr tiay and on Friday from u arrived here trow jireviotis to hjs American veffel arrived at having off five Briiifli fhips of the line from Eng bound towards to alii ft tbe French in the iubjugation of the iniurgent Tramjuilliy prevailed in Domingo but fur ther troubles were apprehended by the who kept iheir property on in readi for rt The Hannah arrived here failed from Cape Francois on the zoth at which period perteft order ard tranquillity The armament from France was looked and it was generally underftood would receive a friendly reception from although he appeared to be indefatigable in his endeavours for the recruiting and appointment of his New 14 A arrived here irom Port de mentions previous to his the ex pedition from France was the fubjed of general converfation and that a confulcrable degree of incertitude prevailed as to ihe part to be adopted by Touflaint although his profeffions were full of obedience to the wiflies of tiie mo ther This gentleman isot opinion that Touflaint poffefleja power fuflicieni 10 refift any force which could conliflenily be fenl by France againft him and he had frequent opportunities ot witnefliug his activity and in the organization of his and in providing all neciflary means for their His difciplineis extrtmcly General formerly Commander of Cape and fecond in command in the having been adjudged by iim to have been guilty of in and to have permitted infurrecVion aflaffinarton in his was fentenced IQ The troops at Port de Paix were airem blet Before the in which Moyes was and ihe judgment being read to with a fuliable the prifoner was brought forth and January Lurroughs who coins Fran in the Fox reports that at the period of failing 4th December all was tran quil No official news had then been re ceived of the European and no certain knowledge appeared to be pofleffed by the citi zens in general of ihe projefled French expedition to ToulTaint it wai believed had tome private information on the and he wsw making confiderable military I The Bofton fpeaking on thlj Touflaints power is fo that it muft be or the moft frnguinary con teftswill His means of defence are for and he will employ them to the he will defccndfrooi bis The Dublin Wt Alfonfe Hjfc Campbclf Father MK Galindof Mclctiior heartfelt OrarittHk and tliclr hiofl Oncere Thanla foWtte y tingniCheil JjatrOllagMhtf Three deference they beg permiffiba 1 CflU DC 2llcl2fl merit the beg perniiuionMfc be addad to theirwiilietyiK will be orfthW it by every EQUESTRIAN THEAT A comic A favourite Song AftoniQiing I O And the furprizing PQtri The Evenings I OSCAlt AND Tjckctg and places to be had of JA R begs the mode to her moft and dvtcow Thanks to her very erccllcnt tronizcd her Benefit on Tuefday Jaft to thofc Ladies and Gerttlcmenthofc great liberality he its bid the particuhr honor to and which mud cm remain indelibly ftamped on the Mcmorf theilr moft and moft humble HTHE 1iave always rift fuch uncomniori recommencedwith the attendance of every PcasoN of ani FASHIOM now in under the humane Patronage of Their Excellencies the LORD LIEUTENANT and COUNTESS of brdef to accommodate for the and on tbe lotb and zjd an4 qf will be re ceived at One Guiueav The Tables antl Forms the cannot on any account be lent at they have heretofore fo much ORf HAN HOUSE FROM the indiipofition of Dean KIR the SERMON advertUed for the I4th in in favour of this is poAponcd tillfurther N SUNDAY A CHARITY SERMON Will be preached in By the WILLIAM And a Collection made for the Support of an ALMS in which TWELVE POOR WIDOWS arc ac whofe Age and Infirmities render them real Objecfb of TRUSTEES return their moft gratefal Acknowledgments to the Public for their annual Support of this and hope the CHAUTY will till he thought worthy of their benevolent The Collection at Seven oclock in the Evening will be applied to the fame ANN s On the ajh THE ANNUAL CHARITV SERMON will preached in ANNS By the ARCHIBALD And a Collecliou made for the fupport of Boyn aqd Fourteen Girls who are carefully educated and inftrucled in the principle of the Chriftiau dieted and and apprenticed to Prottflant Maftcrj or The LciKfaiftious of thofe who caqnot attend at the Church on the above will be thankfully received by the Miniftcr or or by Thonat the LYINGON A CHARITY f the fupport of THE LYINGIN Will be on SUM the iSOt Jn the PftriOt Church By the Honorable and Right the LORD BISHOP of A GRAND COCK MATCH to bt fought bt tween the Gentlemen of the County of and the Gentlemen of the on Monday the ijth day of and the fucceeding of that at the CockPit and to be fought for Fifty per and Oue Thoufand the or odd f for and for KITCHENFURNITURE JOHN begs leave to inform tuc Gentry and Uwit he con tinues at the Old where he manufactures every the above ine in the beft manner fells on fuch tefmi hehopes will him a continuance of that preference which he for a number of years 3 A great variety of Fancy TellyMolds juft imported from tinned and be highcft Price fwr Old
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