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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 18, 1802, Dublin, Dublin vm ftB SUFFERING E COMMISSIONERS for Relief of SUF FER1NO hereby give to all CIxAlMAXTS who have yrt come forward to thdr or Claims have been in part pfiftponcd for further are expciflcd as poffibkreo fipply toy of the under cover to the Right CHAN of have bays for iimftigating and deciding their rdpeftiVc jhcv will he pre by toefinal from KoneOt indcrthe for their relief and it that on the Dnykfw to he iWll forward huth wto fclicir ItgyaltY Signed by Tins Notice doeinrrt ajply to any PcrlbnVhbfe Nabie liii nofbeeif iri frine one of the printed t October Ifor Df RECTORS GENERAL of IN LAND NAvtGATfONIn importance of rendering the RfVBR SHANNON ffam LOOoftALLtiN to the a ready he rfflftTrdtd for the Produce of the fertile of that r and the Collieries and other fp fjjr as he the Country tfrll allow Sn3 token into cAnftderatiiUi the favourable opportunity wfilcli the profbea of returning Heart holds forth for upder takiDg of thw description Thj Riant will re ceive Propofals if tf ftn Att fraffedin the 40th year of his prelVrit Mfajklfy Forpmi motine Inland Navigation in rVotrt any Ptrftm or Company to any part of the United Kingdom who may be willing and ame to enter1 upon and profecute and effedt the Improve ment the Navigation of the River Shannon from and the Board wilLreconwnertda targe and liberal Aid to be granted to thePerfops who Hull for the Completion of proper for that fireh iK and as Uatlbe agreed By order of the WJLLIAM VRI BUTE OF HISTORICAL proppfe giving TWO SILVER MEDALS to the AUTHOR of tiwi POETICAL TRIBUTE of RE SPECT and GRATITUDE to the MEMORY of the late EARL OF LonnHion CHANCELLOR of VICECHANCELLOR of the UNI VK RSI TV of The Candidates for thefe Medals mufl be cither of the Society or tlie Univerfity at and tauft on the fecond put into the LetterBoi in the Society two Copies of their refp5ctjve tvttn figna together Avlth a feajed paper having oa the fuper fcription ficSitious containing wieliin NnmVtif SAMUEL Auditor NORTHERN HE NORTHERN RANGERS meet at on Lord ROD in the Lord RooeHs Hounds wilt at on Tutfday at Eleven October ir8qitit was agreed that m Pcrfdn fhall hereafter be eonfidered a Menihcr of this jQiall not pay to the Treafurer his Subfcrip and Airturs the next Oiftober and thlt Regulation fhall be perpttual in faid are tut tftbit Kingdom artutt if eluded in t the fame be nubltilted iathe public klLDARESTREET of the KILDARESTREET are requeued to pay theb annual Subfcrip ttons aa the oth day of February wilt le the la ft day they can be they are nut paid on or tfpre that fuch Gentlemen are in arrears iger be cojittdcKd laid By KNOCKSEDAN tf v that a Meeting of the and COMMISSIONERS of faid the Scflknu at Bjftiefday the Jeoondof for a DIRECTOR of faid Road rcHgncd COM MISSION H room of to other in alfo herehy given that ihe TOLLS of be oa faid for or three at the option of he Perfondeclared the Tenant to pay One Rent in to give futlicient Scanty the the Kent thiSfitU daV Of tgev Vl ISAAfj f Icbruary POPOSALS FOR THE STREliJ V The has been gWt the Of Great and to the male ol fiykiand firle Baron in ttye if Nrtruimherltnd King a To been pleafed to order Letters atent to Great of that wrt of the United of Great Britain and led containing a unto Kieht Baron Retkldale if tie Office or Plate uf Chancellor of ifie faid Great in the room E4Tl of This Gaittie an in 4 dated the ictli prolonging for two Jnonthi iitlj prohibition tjiainft theExportation of opper jf an Order of thelin yrfrtation of rarious of into NtwfoutitK under tfut of thePolice to HE DireftOfsnTid receve PropolAli for Lamps Myd Glolic in this und for lurniturp thereof in from the of September next fur or thce ai Uc agreed Vbc Globes to have tjoubtc Biirncrf apd they wi if to in ft one or more fcparaiw con irrttft or eontraiils for ihc Prupofalq to be feu t thlt on before tljTift day uf May fcalej and dirtied to tlc die endorsed u PropolaU for ivhiih will be opened in the prcfencc of tlie or at one oclodkon Propolul will be Signed by The tiicMAivisof Mates in the gOUNTUte of and Uircftcdby Uie Manhionefs of DOWNS HIRE gitfc Notice to the thAI no Perfons lie JK rmitittl to killt or go upon the Eftrttcs uf the Marquis uts wrdcr to look for except thole OeAtlemcn to whom has given penrtiuuur Her Lady flit p has given pofitive that all Pcrfoni after ihii be found fur killing Game authofc Hull bepro focuted according to in order to prevent or ether Perfoqs the OroufcOrounds Aad the have orders to take up all Dogs fliall be found on Lord DuWNVHUifs that arc kept and hunted by nolieeufcd ur contrary to i y lifted yefterday an of ivhich dividual fhall malked or carry dor j Ir is fotbidden to perfon on footto appear in a mafic afrtfr nightfall one fhill wear dreflvs or rriafks of a nature 10 tjie public No peTpn mafked or difguifcdlnali infult any or procure adnuffionJty force intd fhops and from the Hague af m a pofitive that arrangement which has been for fortle time negotiating at Ber between the Batavian Government and the Prince of relative to the Indemnity of thr latter ihe his private property iri H61 has been and through France and The patticulmr of this arrangement are not generally that the Indemnity of rhe Houfe of Oraoge is fix ed at the furn of of Dutch ffdiiibtuthi 27 faid that the General Chapter of ihe Order of Malta intend to appoint the frditoant Prince de or the Ba ron de Grand Mafler of the Accordtrtg to orte of our his Britannic Majefty has made Icnown to the Courts of Germa that with refpeift to the affairs of the Indem he wifhes to preferve and be lieves alfo he has a ritght to form pretenfions to Hildefheim and arrived a fent from Dominica by General who has taken refuse The frigate La Pen which Ciiled from hence after tke tigniture of the has arrived at the fame The letters brought by ihe dated ihe zoth confirm the rurnourof the bles which have broken out nt Guadaloupe j the mulatto Magloire has got puffeffion of the whole Jan have from that there is an idea of uniting and to the Cifalpme It is even faid that orders have already been given upon the This arrangement proceeds from a oraggrandifement for the whiqh lls t is the part of Piedmont ihir to their the ihe Gtfalpine the deputations froni aH parts and thar croud of ftran ag in ancient to pay to tlie Firft Conful their tributes of are already or goiagi No more no numerous or briftiaat The Theatres afeagaln and to the eclat of fttts has fucfiecded a lad Emperor has juft de that General Map of of the Ruffian fhall be laid down by the Officers of his They are to bigin With tfedfe of and This fine and is tu be put into execution in the In conftquence of anoffichil repot t to the CVunf Sub uv has brained pcrniiUion to travel Abroad for the fpaCe three iffued Uv tne German Hating that the crews of the fhips belonging to foreign by the are to claim i heir even for tlje they have been in a ftaieol in of that cir tlifpiitchcd K courier to Srhimmelpcnntnck at In ii fuppofed that the dispatchers whic h he carries are as they ure in anfwcf fv thofe which artived yplierdny rani lhat by aCuurier Thtf Echo vyhich has fnilcd for Bat IK Carries ou to th of that Ifland the grare oclmowledgment of our Government for Ready during the The lofeof the MoljVccn produced but a flight as Peacfe Vill re The momentary privation of the harvefl f that will bf fcarce in consequence of the immeixfe quantity of fpices hoarded up in the magazines of v of tlietr the Prefecls to inform tliptMHthoiiirreafing to occupy itfelf in the the condition of thefe brafe fought in the defence of i heir iWin iheie jour i aid tpplicfttronW w hich are as the fumsdue will be forwarded to ihtm as foon as attheir fefpetFive refidencer t Ti Ifis Hippofcd rnar thl Cftiftf Conful intends iocreale the territories of his new E by the f dditbn vf and to givjeit befides that part of Pied1 mont which the Milanefe frontier the Doria It is riot improbable that the of Piedmont ere fongi to and thnsihe Cifalpine Republic will Vcome rhe firft in the Tecond rank of European if indeed it do not deferve to be clafled in jHrft In this new State we view thft dilTenfion and and jit nodiflant the Afomteuf he Englifti Journals faid great deal of colours taken in at the battle of the 2iff of corps cnlled the Jnvineibltt of Thert titter onu any corps bearing this It that at thii battle the battalion of the Liglu compofed of 300 onehalf were inhabitants of thecoun weire feot at riflemen to a Tail ihe 30 men alone rehiained to gdard their colours t the riflemen having been and perifned to a nian JThi coloors hen fell into the hands of the Tut Kirft reviewing at Ly and not feeing the colours of the before he declared the honour of this nof to be tarnifhed by the proof thnt not one of 30 men who guarded the colours had The fpeciej of fervicfr whitli LightInfantry is that though colours are given them in they fhoold always be left behind in time of ft jsTrofn not having followed tnls that We this morning received ihe Paris Papers to the Qfh inflant We have extracted the only articles of intelligence h they Letters received at Breft from where Generttl Lacrnfle has of troubles at Gya It rfppears that theMulauo has pofleiTed of the The Government being informed great number of foldiers have come to in the hops of recovering themore fpeedily the artean were Thus fays the the official French Governmem Gazerre a more audaci ous a more impudent lie was never publifh to tJheivorldL But how s that that that enflaved Nation to Theywe forbidden to read the Papers theirown Journals dare not eak the truth a the frtHe the inflated vanity of is inftant annihilation to the Paper that prints will ultimately make way and who vifit perhaps gain cotiviftioit when theyyjf the banner of the Invincjbles triumphantly waving over the tomb of the gallant and lamented We have already quoted account of that bat in the book of Con ful General in Egypt an authority queRionable for it uas he himfelf who ntelved tbfJianJafdofilKjnDittcibles on the field and brought it with him to England TherTurkifh has is The Capitan Pacha left behind thretf fhipsf the and a proportionate uqmber of to entile on the coaft of t We are happy to that the Ghanctllor of the Exchequer for has been for fome rime ferioully is rapidly The information refpecling the ftoppage of the Bulk of Madrid proves to be wholly as advices and remittances have been received from the Bank by the French Mail down to the 21 ft which is later than any letters can have arrived by rhe way of We flated a few days that three French hips of the and two frigates had reached and that the troops on had been well and immediately We be fiom we have fince learnt that this information is perfeclly Thefe fhips were no part bf the fleet w hich fulled but a fquadron which had fome time before failed from At any the gence has come tOus through fo truly refpclable a that we cannot bur give it From the Hague that Government has lately granted confiderable lums for conflruM ing ihe harbour of the works are will be one of the beft the Minifter laid to be a perton foagreeable to the Chief Con that he requeHed ihe Court of Madrid fend hmon this miflion and we all know his rcnueft is an effectual command DA zzara is ifo doubt a perfon agreeable ro is a great arnnieur in the fine arts and u hen Am baflador at was ihe Macajias of the keeping open for 8II and patronifing men ol his fortune being very large Thw wt adtiire in him j it alfo recommends him ID Bonapane what more moft make Jim agteeable to the Chief Conful w hen he in and when France was proceeding revoluiionife the Soiuh of rhat country D Azxara was the warm partiftn of France and French living in where he had beey Ambalnidor 25 and the meeting of all thofe who were eager to ee and French principles triumph D Aazaa was of no incnnfiderafalc fervice to i naparte and to France in In the Court of Exchequer on Thtfrf the important cafe of Lucerne Crawford which to the amount jyas The judgment of the Bench was atfirmtd by a majority of fix judges to J 6 On Wedpefday part of the equipage of th Duchefsof York arrived at Two houfes Avere taketi iu PulteneyHreet for her Royal High who wasexpecled there Campbells fcjuadiwn for the Wefl on Wednefday pafled with a hue brecse from the in is HOUSE A perfon from the Commiflionsrs tion of the National Debt brotignt up thereof for one ending the TbjB brought read a firft til read a fecond time for taftir Ac bnh 33djf tfee into effect the Treaty tion wirn wai upon the t f I of BRJ5APH OF PkFV Lori FOLKSTONEcalled fubjefl which he wifhed to fee by fonw Gentlemen tndre capabtejiod better h fied frejm and to brii forwjaVd with elfecl great breach ofjihe privileges ofithf Haul in the public By he allude to the printing of the rrpofts of i that pafled in that Upoln rhat thould nor expttfs his m Ventured tQcgivetheir to upon Infnpnnit of this1 Haternent tiH givini fo 1 report of dhe whjch entered ifato R difquifuionftr the chara perfoni who were Memberfcvof thai to have tnkw i t ie The langoage ii led in doing fo was and fuch Hoo fe fhould nnt The If rugKafce indeed io would not read it othe Houfe ft Worreadj nadl His fiict he had aJ ready J tfwMCbj He complained related to te debate n the Exlraovdinaries of the and though n names were inCppted at yet they were tioned in a way that left no doubt bt the perfoni As then it feemed to be the wilh pf the he fliould read thfl ing extradSs vr Advening to fome Rep preyioutty theat l Such a meafurc it might fuit the nrjft head of 4 n to recooimcod A ter fome t urt her jf hen But a dtfcerning Public in difc criminating betWccu the cavilling and the file the tharge ef fcairdaltooi prof ufibii f the llirinks and a Jifgurtingfiirit a in cftimatfon wifi not on nor Vague unproved on the Such wast he language which a public when fpeking of Memben of Ubat difcharge of Hieir it was of comempt calWupJn i he Hpwfe tp afTert prtVitegejt As far bif he had talfieo becaufe it had come accidentally within his and from a feiife of public He hatfnothing to oflfdr upon the and Hot cpwe prrpand with any morion He that having taken no part in the having any con neciion eitlier of a parliamentary or pivate with theiGeaJemen alluded he had no view in the pan which had but to preferve the dignity and maintain the privileges of the Houfe and he trufled they tHeir and ulc their to prevent their MARTIN he had feen the para graph alluded bmt he recommended it to others to pafs by fuch as he affrays with fi vereign The that there was no motion befote the The Border of the day Was then WILBER FORCE apparently wiU intentions te uptn the fubjed flated by Lord The SPEAKER again and faid converfauoo was Here it accutdineljfr SLAVE WILBERFOKCE wilhed to krtow na ture and extent of the motion relative to the of which Canning had notice c CANNING that it did ftot go w diiconiinue the Slave but to prevent the creation of In the prefent was determined to defer it ftate of the Weft deiioitivtly A converfati on whiqh was mterrupted by rhe Speaker j and after foroe accounts had been prefehted from the and much private bufintffs gona the Houfe FKBKUARf There being only thirtyfive members prefent at four the Houle adjourned till Monday Had the prefence of a fufficient number of Mernbers enabled the Speeker to have taken the a m tion was intended to have been made tor the atiendance of the Proprietor of a Morning Paper at the bar of the The motion we tinderftand was to have been made by and feconded by he Anornty The fiibjecl is a paragraph which appeared in his jiubiiomion of Lord Folkflone hanocd the paper to a number of who kerned todtfapprove of its The mat ter will prcttxibly occupy the attention of the Houfe OlftrvtrJ The Sovereign Pontiff has lately eftaHifhcd Council for promoting trade and agriculture inluf The duty on imported which can not be manufactured in ihe Italian is faid to very ditagreeable end
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