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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 23, 1802, Dublin, Dublin v npHE STATE LOTTERY mencet March 81 C H li U ICjOOO 500 6ooo HE PiirtAerfhip ofjOttN DI SO brtn by tnuiual fiid art fui jAMtS KAWSON I ttirt of the fcipitah will determined as afldcr f5th aojooo i dt 40tb JFroni the FRENCH received S In fll ital ditfulfed by Variety of PerfonsV mm ih ihd Multitude of t8oii SHARES 80je tfep above Yeah ttf Patronage and Retort and sf PMfrni fv Gratitude fo inadequate on the prefcnt the public partial to laced nd In oaa Claittl indivfdual that he TICKET to i may tut the Convenience of JACKSONs of Uus Britirti s PNn iftigtijtucle of n jr t all have not yet comt forwattd 16 Claims have hcen part for further they are expe5lcd etb apply by Letter to the uridercwer to the Right 1iu f jrtycftieAtiflg and ojhtewife they nr from 4H sHid Evidence both to Signed by not apply to any tferfoto retted in fomc one of the printed of fuch ufcful and to the fafety of itfud Geimeinen ier New utility tip all excellent of DifeUfu ih arc entruftcd the of tvery dcfcription for Grooming and by in aad crery town that finee the rxccOritn of auth pjacfroil in which to whites every thing his be6n From France was and i believed the fqiia dron nould inwt no worth 10 r The officers tho under the comma od Die on board The rranfit duty hoHes or to live ui epucjr P jjVWijji ivf ivdt i felf of the pwitec atid telouftes or would tfuflW tfce at though he tnight aninteteft diatfitft ricaljy then wV tk IttHtlfl with and is fixed atJAVA A riveJ in theTexel fromthe coafi of brings occoutits there of the tfaWports which failed with Officers of the CivilEfla bliflKnent of our Colonies in that It ap pears tint climue is extremely fatal GenefaV in arrived foiir otlik In the af terno and the fame day Te JJtum in the The pie were was a ball at T It tsWerted thatthe new Government will few fe thaHhelixDireiHor Barras Kad for nevv rag tefides confifiVnily and there u no reaion belieVa that quit Bruffelfc receiv late 4tKoi at hith time all Yeltcrday Jack arrived burvsOttive j as alfo the AltfilngXr from Thtir cjntemi have not An ariicle Jrm the Cltfdtt Ca Im a t Spain not ur Tbii is beep eirculatid through the relative to he of A letter from ihVlf djajed the 5th The Government haigiyen orders at alf the porw of the to keep t ftriifl wtfrch flranger arriving from and to e The TecuJafizdftojis go on flawly in hithfifto only fourreligirtysfnundaiions in Diminicitis The ejve a are pwmUied to fViiiq and educate Nans not p the fixDepwiM who hatearrived frorn bnnging bbjciftof which ii to MajeHy poffiflion of ace the Marbuis pf a is Wkft ga nde e1 ojf Spin LieutenantG Depiuy of rfce two Cifies of B land Seagiia jbr Eirft Senator of q Tfee rnemorif at to has yet The Dtpu tlei dujed Monday wklt general at hTi the Negrr ts di breaking out olthe n g it is that betniritbsr Avho periUfea war at firft Wai a about ww and the of fuflferers vveheJ to It and more cor no Itrsihan including and have 1oH thtir The defcribed by thofe wha were n it tiftfles of the who were tuttate enough to to hnve been guilty p mpft aiVocious pier i flies were laid whole of hit iu rfl 3 boarij 4fc The rigour itri tvhich the particularly thofe concerned in the dt he himfelfobferves his officiar HtiHe terror into the moft harden ed IP lefs than IK 2000 Were ordered at thedefireof Lady for MdrJame does not procewd to correfpoiidingpreciftU with thdfe of the Princeof Wales and iwhips to thole iifed by his Royal riighrlefos riders were embraced The Pnra however difpleafure 19 the prrft wlio wil1 Pay but has bid the ImrpdvaVitjn 0f euhcr carnage or liveries into his tetters frgrrj Majtd te treacherous of the neral Lprd Mmchinfun qever permitted thbCaplran difpoireflkd of hit fide arms The Courier Jet of laH night Sl circulated at the Chief Gonful and alt lilt tra Wine ago denounced by the de It4s that at a Levee foon ccro the Chief Gon Jf SccVro3f the Chief Gonfkl I if it was by the ormed of OielUvi bf jthe Italian fOfthe thofe notes Jawff pm Cfpycr It be thtit he his cleidliqu to hays yft0rii tlw unariirheusi srnd attack ejectioiv fere irithe jnternal affairsi ftajfe tnay Rnovv faon Hs rhilitary atjd ht ureSiV the moi if Yiot tfie ttriolf Tsrgameyits Ke can miike life is fold to theie jitigs from the that an order has ted by the ftenflf Minifter 6t tor inii 01 inc cxpcoqiiurcoi U ttriiich tarhed chtjeai anrl indeed of off as the Allies foiindTo their coH in Fraiice IHS fufficieriUy fnr rniHable and eeh her bjSore ftje and flretrhed her poffcfl MIS to the Bank of r he Rh Yet we dd hoc t hink t hatith will the flames of war upop the tbniinent is too ajid Continental rnuch exhaufted to her uih any prjfpecl of advanrnge at This very of AuHria and Rufiia an addirtonal argurnejnt againfl their going o wari for it has ad in an nifhtrrg to the power ahit refoiuces of the Chief QqijM F It is rather extraordrnary people to think the negHtition yf ilie De be a that it be figned almoft as frveral Pletiipotemiarielviteitabted at Independently of circurn ftatiCes of the prefent feverat points come into the difcuffion ofa Defihitrvfe which had fcarcely been toothed upon in the at rangement of a Preliminary new points and new circumftances occur after figning of and forne frequently found to be neccflary difpofition oT foirifr of the articles ol Preliminary AM thefe icings neceffarily require much del and occupy If herbrfm in he male fex be it ought ftill more ta excite our wonder and applaufe in the lohaoQa Sophia born in capital pf Eif dtfguifcd herfelf in men s at the age ol twenty in ihe where whole years as and tvt o and a half as a corporal in the foot regiment of She behaved herfelf as became a valiant foldier in all the campaigns of tht which Maria at the of reign carried on ngninfl the Bavarians and She did her duty in the moft manner 6n marches on at and and xvorl the admiration of herfellow A fevere dtforder having aitacked her was ths means of difcovermg her fex and the matter was reported the High Council of war an order of that Court was called to and brought oefoie the Upon examining into the beAowed upon this female heroine a peiifiouSof eight a To her lateft age fhe preferTcd that heroic aad gefluw which the had acquneo in her military She uas able to flhcA fcveral wounds on her head of at the ad happened to be at time on the ie cruiting attended torthe grave with his and faw the German Amazon hoi mmrably 1 of a Lietter from 15 of this fflin Gibraltar to Iruck by a ihun which fplit her apd burlt in the hoik was fo that the crew were rendered ane man was burnt in a dreadful They had fcarce recoveed when another bolt Uruclc beiween and floye in two damaged brij Le bore to hex toikihe crew She down in about art flwlfcmpefor jaf bv a late has fiveii a cortfidtrable benefit to the in favour uf in cafes of left by deceaftd ahtB 1 MOUSE Of Cotton Weavers ihtif Ad for feeling q dilpute bytwi n 1 TofiheTpfty of toftdiE orefte ion frtiff Uic V JW fell st K vtRvkW foe crrtu General GAg ber pf the amourit of in ofGrrat Brhaih from tlte Unlufl 4i of from the taah4 i8or each He atfo mavcd for clearingpui of BrjIUih to the f of the GifiJLift IDebti fum of i rher Eall India the lettsrt from BengaJ announce heft arriviil comalee fhe uCiirf of two vf Extraclbf I wroreyAu I hat there was Infurrecliiin of her Nejroesat arid intention to mutter air the Whites ife tht Chrifttnasdayj the Plot fcy over heard o of his Slaves talking ojl the Letters frorruhe frontieirs of WeftrJbalia that Cfteral rake place next thePiufllan infantry j and that a carnp tri Jbrmed ac in to make expcrimrms relative to of ihe Vienna hava tn rjiey niavl retain ail their flock pieces for reprtfeniai they by no mears to admit any in in which ot fcefies of form any f It is that tht Duke of Bridgewarfsr C a very extraordinary and valuable put cbafc A eflatfe ging had been fome tinie under fate d mand Kwii but the gerttlemaii rtot making good his purcliafe within thd limited again fqr and I was Thfe eftate at length bought by the of Brirtgewatfrr for btTides The IB talking over ennuired from whentfe a frriaH rivulet through a pttrt of The arid on was fourid to be fy London warer and fobn as the New River made acqhaintjed the very were made td the Duke for the tyring and it ft confidently aidj he has been offered Five Thoufand ayear for the reut of u do not for the 1 The Parifian fliil wear very Ihort ejtcefiively and with the lapelrbtiti Bach lapel now frven n flfcad of The three cocked hat is ftridlly anfl ex clufively for full drefs The cravat is no lohger fo A many wear Theywear bobts without a or H irh loofe turns down of n leather improvement and extraordinary has been difcoyered by Sir in this by the means of an the pro duce of called or It is reported to have ten times the of Oak Bark and means are taking for iis If
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