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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 16, 1802, Dublin, Dublin IMPERIAL OF The LORD CHANCKLLjOR being fcated on the with the other ihe ordered by Lord acquaint the of Commons hat its pro i the Houfe of Ldfrtls required to hear a Com read trom vety fhcrt a cenfiderable attendance of the of preceded bf AOBf nppcarccl life Bar of their whom the CIIAN addrclTcd to the following purport tie tleuft not tKjolcinjj it fit to be perfinaly prefeut tin tMi bten gratiouflv plea fed to order that a Conimrflion be directed to notifyC approbation of thecMoice mlide ly faitHiuf of aperfbii to nil the high and inipoHant cffiije of Speaker of that Afiirotbly and that fallen on TOU will be pleifedtoheatthe having been xcad by the ABBOTT addrcrtcd their Lerdlhips to the following The Hpjjevf of the Ktngdomnof JBritain and have proceedtd choice jpf a honourable 1 feel it my that fucji choice Vrtveu rWhen I eoflfAdcttbc irnporniu QWW Veen 1 fcanonf but thai office of fajlcn into the k of filliqg it If it but iherefuU wotld fcociithe cfbicfi of other Member marc capable of atoncxcd to that important We have it in com frjltn Mated to lignify to you t hit hai received the mod convincing proofs of your to en title you to hold tfje truft to Which you have extenfive and Aiflwult the may bc but that to them will Coakik to A My confirmed which I have been ty r approbation of the choice made hh loyal ited faithful 1 feel it indif Incumbent on me thai I will endtavumi fo Unic high and important duties with the utfiibft ability hi my power and I here that the larft and taipft effential ef wilLtw lupport anttitfitntain and independence of the CoWtfotjj If in the exercife truft rcpofcd fo I ftouldbe liable to any i hope and that fuch will d to me and tn that body from whom rcceiyedifo honourable and important a J an4 of the Houfe of withdrew after which Lord M1NTO lately arrived from took the OF At fttur oclock there was a very full afletnblafie of for purpoft of cleainu a new The MASTER of the in a very eloquent the principal in which he paidvery high to the Right Gentle who latelY filled the Chair of to great ieactiiugi at well as parliamentary and wilh which had dilchareed the arduous duties of his late high and important But jtluclii that Hoafe the Country at large muft ngret the loft of his great it wasmatter of cunfalation that thofe talents be dircded in maintaining the Juftice and the Laws iu a very cimfiderable portion of now United alluded to his to the Chancery feeding lor the choice of a thoHoure would naturally look for a Gentleman endowed uleiitt which were beft calculated to quality njiH for the daiics of the Chair ot that fiou a ticntlernan whole parliamentary ex an mind and afliduous turn of were mud likely to tUpaciulc him for that lie confident that Jo the Home would do him the jnf licc t acknowledge lie had prupofed a man highly de fcrving ot their concluded a very eloquent ty that the Right Charles Abbott be now called to the Chmr of 1JAKHR fccouded ihe MryswtRIDAN fully coincided in the eulogium de livered by the Mcihber upon the venerable charac ter who lately filled the Chair of that and willing to admit the whole of his pancgyrick on the Right he had juft pronofcd aj his he averle to an opinion which fecmcd lobe pretty dwvft that Gentkmen only who had technical the Law were tit iTur the much lefs who had pretty generally dilUnguilicd thcinlelvta their political and parliamentary in lupport nf all nualurcs re hit Majeftj s He by no tppcnch on that Mnjtft to nominate hU own Mioifters and peculiarly ncccflary that the Officer who prt ot and whofe filuatiou relied fc oot been nian 01 Ka He thuuld however re lit VPRore thechoice of lie Gcntleinln in that point neecfiitry tothc dic ic the r d fltduld ultinuitely IK chofen by Uu i r lldllty to Pay every relpett and he hail done to hu pre cpiicluiled by pronutino LoWtoISORGB CAVENDISH fccondcd and fupportcd the motion did tharhowevcr htmblc fenfit of own mid however to UMnly the place of the Right Gentlnnm who fo mucb ability filled the Chair of the was bound to his gratitude for fhat par tuliiy in fa tow regard to the Ordinary for the duucs tf the he mull fuppofe them to bclorto In corojntoiKo every of that and he was that perltaps the Lumblcft flure of thofo re quibtta Ml to fuch as talenu 71reM y 7rrC f4 thl of the Huufe J flvon d f wdcfcend to him by their lie flumld ule bed to evince gmitudc in 4Vchtup o duty to the ability jf not Jtc fluiuld bow with much rcfpeAfal deference to their i in a moddl and maa Jylperehtiunkcd thciwrtia him mwopuung him when he ttfc Wy JsaowkUge with which that ptuiir IIM keen filled and particularly by laft Right Honoutable Gentleman who nlld and prc dtetiror and when he crmfidered the Juftly eminent of theRight Honourakle Gcntlcmtn oow jinitoorcd trtnicrreil to he filled with a juft fenfe of own uifrriur and incapacity to diftharjfe and fpraking not in the anWtatioa Of iiodtny but iu the fincerit of he muft intreat Ho nourahlr who did him thebonour toprapbfie to withdraw thj Ormftijranirt Colonel paid high to the and qualifications of aad fiprcfliU their firm ptifiuiion that the choice would be peculiarly gratifying to the People of Hawkins Browne fpoke at confiderable length to the fame The ft rangers being now ordered to the queftipn and the Motion taking the carried without a Houife ffeBRUARY At a little after tlircc a brought dpwn from tlie JHuufe of tg acquaint the Houl that hit Ma jclys CommifTion awaited in this Hqirie olf lirciflc the attendance of the to prcfent his Majcfty ihe new Speaker they had T1 Houfe aqgprdingly went up with thtir new chofen and afttr a inkffrval re to the Members at largc that Houfe Vwn in the Houfe of and that Majefty had Seen graiioufly pica to declare through Ws g Hpprobiition of tho the Houlfc had choren as their He it dutvai the fame inw to ytte profoundcft Tenfe of gratitude forjhe Ingrt hrtnburrtjey had pieafeJ to confer oa hini tu clewing to trier Chair for the livcftefl of that gratitude th Houfc would lxk to conduct Jo the dif charge of arduous and hope on all occafions tp manifcft own fenfe of thefc by on unremit ting attention to muhrtenatice of its and the accommodation of its generally and difpatth pf In thtr Jrtaintcnance ot thefe he muft the fuppott olf th ndhe wpuld mlwayv ihfnd the of whkli were the heft Ucurity for the of which privilege were the ofthe T r Tlie Houfe forth with proceeded to Several Pctitioin ror local Lwrd prafcntod hh Bill for the encourage tof the Southern Whale Rcad the firft time ind ordered for the fccond reading WvuHl prtfented Bill for the Relief of by obliging folvent imprilofted for flurender their effedU for payment of the Ordered fat the fccond reading on and in the mean time to be Anew writ ordered for the County of TyrftnC ia relaud in the rooip of Loid Vilcount who iiccecded to the tide of of byf the death ot ALEXANDER reported frpm the Committee of Ways and ihe Refolutinn for raifuig by Exchequer Bills the Supply for the Agreed and leave given to in a Bill nurfuant r Deterred till tomorrow the further of the Com of Supply aud Ways and Ordered that the Hpufe ilo on tomorrow take into the Aft uf the jth of the tortfta ilitliing Amity and Cammercc between his IVvjcfty and he Unitcdatatci of FXOM THE PJURIS Feb article from iated we learn that the Sound ts entirely and thatpeople pals from Denmark to Sweden on the Six fhips frozen up in the middle of the the vigi ot our and murders increaie in themnft alarming niannenThere were a ffcw fime ni Ids than three murders com and the aflafiins are as yet The night an auempt was made to blow up the by tw6 wretches n ho con tiived to convry a quantity of jn for ihat The pjaii furtunaitly difcovered time enough to prevent the dreadful of an explofion but the two incendiaries laid that an wul formed betwten the Ecclefmftieal of for the purpofe of ailing in re lative to the affiiiis of the de of and Coadjutor of is the ot tins He cunlutted the fubjed with ihe fclec f Tceves at and with the Bfhops of Bamberg He is aCprdent at Alchaftenburg the Kledorof from whence he it is to laft imelUgence Irom it appears that tranquil at and refqfes to lupport in their n theJamlfarieB of whn have imited htm to poHrflion of ihat It is in fpite of whether the revolters wUl any Governor ent to thtm trim C fpirit of infuriecTmn reigns m rhuCanioa highly which arofefrom the ot the People at the of certain Public ho of The tew French were were compelled retreat in the greaieft dtforder by a couriderable armed Itkvwile arrefkd many r uneUonaues ho were obnoxious to iriem The how approach of large of trench has put an end br the prelent to ihe Yen8rrtay ioth we received Paris Papers to tie o n I he lYWueur hat at length nmirrd the negocution at It merely that the coherences a re carried on with the enaieft aclivitv betvyeen the Plenipotentiaries of and and that thefe are the only Powers w ho have lent Mintfters to the A letter from dated received at brings the following We learn at this from good and we to communicate it to that the Articles of the Definitive Treaty have been agreed upon by the and that they are made Public in Yeiterday morning a courier arrived at Ottos frornjofeph at It was reporwat ht bad brought over the Defimtiye The died awaT n a few arid was 1 uctetfdfed by a very general belief thit it might be expected in the beginning of nejft f tvaited on Lord in the evening j anVI after a fliort the fame coiiritr fent bach to M Sebafliani has arrived atParis from Conftan charged with a letter from the Sultan Se lim to the Firfl with very flattering compliments but we do nM find that he has brought the ratificntion of ihte Treaty oni the part of Grand Seijgnior j if he have no doub1 in the official or at leaf fonte intimation of it j f that German accounts of thr rejection Treaty by tlie appear to be founded in The Moniceur has copied an article from the NewYtirk publiftied by reU tive to the late dreadlHl ihfurreflion in Do It appears that the ctnfplracy was diredt ed againfi theAvhite inhabintnts of the Northern part of thf On when this acciunt tranqutjliry reefta blifhed through every part of the We thif morning n imperfecl fe of the Paris inft They contain an account of the of Pesjpe figned between the French Republicand ihe Dey of Al on the i7tft by whichnit the old Commercial and pofitirnl relai ipns bet ween the two Powers are to renewed ihe godds be long ing fo the French African that were are to be reRored French Slaves are to be at liberty and in future no French Sub Jed is to be made a taken righting againft the of the It by a letter from fhat two of the Spanifli hips that failed the lireft have put into and a ihip of ihe line and a frigate into learn f mmBel thAt after the affafli nation uF thr the Janiflaries charged of their with the the i e of new Governor aHdrefled a let ter to the Commandants of Petefwatydin and Sem to them his a nd a flar ing them hat he would with the greateft ths Treaties fubliiiing betaeen the two Pow Every neceHary m aftire of precaution h taken upon the A letter from dated 4 not having able to conv to an ami cable understanding with with regard to tlie indemnities to which of them formed preteufi is at difcontenfed with rhe accommodations which have taken place on that fubjecl ten France and ihe Cnurr of efptcialiy as juojcts of thefe two GMWS can be in no refperTadvantageous to her On this account the Cwurt Berlin en deavours more and mort to form a cWe alliance with in otdtr to prevent the effects of this plan of The reB of the Continent awaits the and fubmits with patience to iu m A frivare letter juft arrived frons Bengal our troops riding in the Carnatic been veryfurcfsful in the levral actions with the Poly infbmuch that latter whenever our army The fignal advantages IntHy obiainr by C lonel and the total ex pulfion of the Poly gar of as well as the Polygar Panjalum the Ryots and delivered to the array under Colo nel leave no apprehenfion as tora fpeedy terminaMon of the it has It is finally we that Sir John Mnford ucceeds the Isue Earl of as Iriih and that A boot is to b f he new Speaker oi the Houfe of The arrange we have no will give univerfal fa Sixty it is huve agreed to peti tion tieKing for authority to wear a diftindlive badge of iheir Letters of authority by the laft Lifbon Mail that the National Bank of Spain has been declared Since the Vtto of ihe Chief Conful todifcufs tjie Civil the two Aflcmblies of the meet only pro ftrma i and not a man among them ventures to open his The fum of which has been given by an unknown Gentleman to Greenwich Hfpitnl and r of in he 3 per Con londated and has been already paid through a confidential perfon with the m ft fcrupulous r ii pointed of There a re no left i now printing in producfliona of So many Englif no refburcebut we have reafon the Gallic fend its labours int rates than thofe igli mym the prefent pointed ihePublte which en n becircttlati whflt i f ing his office The Lady of Louit isonAptirtN is firidto hBvei as a t the w He has juft Spain to import Aretriwfa frigate arrived at Portfmouth on with BrigndierGeneral Clinton and foite from Before the A reihufa left the the greater part of the Brjrifh troops there tad embarked on board the DC Ruyter and Cal cutta for the It has been but mod probably without any that Pitt inrtndj to rake a tour through the principal counties Of Mr Hut bas been decided an enemy to would hadly be fecure from her re ee ancem any country bm but he has been fo hrm and fo ufeful a friend to civilized wojd that wherever tranfcendant employed for mankind e properly un derftoodand he would be fure of receiving the homage of admiration and gratitude As the was on his lafl purneyto he din the not far from by after the f tpiyih ro reeftflbliDi thofe wttirf Revolution and the trade to the and to trade is Gompany prCompagnede rf he fired waymen attempted to bite his but C J8Ck worn by tfcey then each feized one of the An unprectdenred qf toleration granted by the the lion at the is permitted tb a houfe in the ftiburb of many aflSftants as hetniij At the pubtic our Minifler at Pa Conful the Earl of Abet Lord Sir Elijah and A new of cards has lately ed at Inftead of the tfee card tains the engraved portraif of the vffitpf On Sunday morning lafrV two aritf three one of the Margate belpniing1o heavily laden with yiiich v both in fhe hold and on an4 sOnfttsH befide the confifling of and four overtaken by gufls of between Birchingron and the firft unihipped rudder on the he kept ifirn ping the moft heavy and was cattiett by violence of tiie furf towards the bench Out Awful period flie kept rolling and and from their if poffibK to pfeferve lives of the particnlarly fftfifejof the women and children who oi bar red down tire hatchways afier velfel ftruck on the beach and a fea breaking over her1 in all which waft ed nearly the of thofe upon deck over and dreadful to relate zj ing of and arfait to In the courfc of the botKiejpf nine of the fufferers were thrown upon the 14 bodies have been tajen out of the cabin the had it been daylight It is poffibte many lives might have been but of the night added to the fufferers are the who is fuppofed to have received a blow on thetem ple from the boom of his wife and whom lie was taking up to town ro put out andlbr ry we are to they left fix orphans at Margaie to lament their untimely end of with the of Jneobof Broadftairsj the widow of Mac gate wife of at the Lord at Ramfgaxe and a fervant with a child under hrr wiih whom flie was returning to The few who were faved af cended amongJJ thefe as Nu cide of the at Nothing could prefent a more ful than the repeated arrival at on of vaiioUsCairiages with the bodies of the fufftfrers from the The f hip Captain fatted from Liverpool on the gih for the of Africa and having made the ifiand of ed in the Captain and men went on fhore in a which returned Ma the evening vvith two of the men This ap pears to have been thefignaj for the crew headed by the gunner named the fur named and a furgeon named Lewis took the command of the fired mo the cabin w here the mates had and having killed tlie inade the other1 two pri and hoi led out a fent them and two or three of the crew indulgence on then abour levenleagues The ob jecl of the mutineers to run to and there to fen rhe with this view they gave the direction of her to thft being themfelves ignorant of Seven of the1 fearing that they might meet wnh a Britifh hip of war on their paffnge fomi days after took another and made to the coaft but from the farf on the beach in the eveni of their furmountirtg the favage Hate of the in iliere is little probability of their furviv jngThe boatfwain and feeming toad in concert ivith the re folved to recover the VefTel for the and in flead of ftandihg directed their courfe towards A hitit they difcovered tn the and falling in with the Hornet of 16 were cnrried into Carliile Cope Undthe Carr the and Lewis the with another fearnan narmd who fhut Mr Jelly the fecond are commit ted for and fix others of the crew are detained In cuflody to give evidenceajaiuft
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