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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - February 25, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                Oiftober t8or THE DIRECTORS GENERAL of LANO NAVIGATION in ewnfidcring fchc importance ot rendering th RIVER SHANNON NAVKJABUi from to the whereby a rcatty conveyance tjwy be atfordrd for flic Produce ot the fertile Shores ot tuat Rivtr atid of the Collieries and other Mines upon its fnr the circumftanircs of the Country will allow and having Liken into confidcintianjthe fawui able opportunity which holds forth for under of This Board will re teive nccordinR to the Provifmns of an Art in year of his prtlent for pro Viotiug Inland Navigation in from any Perfoni of Prrions belonging to any jnr of ihtr Kingdom who may be willing and able to enttr and ptofocutt difpateh and the rinprovc metyt uf the River Shannon fatiri I AUeb Uge and liberal o the flul contract for CAmjrtciion of proper for of fuch and upon fwch as hall Ue agreed fiy order of the WILLIAM LONDON idth JANOAHT hereby gives htb to receive TrojWfaJs jfor 1up and for frelOallbm to i Copy of a Letter from ViccAdmiral Commin dtriuChitf of his Martys fliitts and yertcN in tlic tad to EVAN dateji the 1 have at prefent nothing very particular tft cgntjyHnij eatc 10 Ihwf may be collected from the difpofjtionlift ef hii fijuaclrojijMKler my htrewiin ifcetpt tile capture 4if the French in at on the force as per by his Li Captaiu Charles after a Jhort but gallant tn which battery pf the furiiiflied with a furnace redhot co operated in her This added to the Advantage the French frigate derived from being at wliile ftccr tot her M rhe grerfteft and intricate mtd by various dangerous with no oihtr guide tliaj the wjter to difeu lour fn tacirt by a man at the placed there fur pur maybe overbalance the trifling diiTcrence in the calibre of metal theene wys juftly entitle Captain his otfictrx and crew to the diilinguifhed honor of having a ihip of equal Cluftonne was commanded by a Monfiojt failed fn m is a fine ucw nevtr been at ica coiniiletety armed and equipped hecrrand to the Seychelles to land thirty who had been fufpcdlcd of leing coucreriied to the and two and iiip efi Ivertd by f BcnCof foot Feet feet half Feet deliveredarifl or chmiped the in the Stores wiicre their and iucur the Penalties and tfiere are no Stores belonging tp theTfiarfack De thon onthat fatisfiUjlory byin and feycral under the but onethird of will be t their entering iiitD fecurity advaucwd tt them on an fpffifyjngthe Quantity deposited itt eihjj jruduced from the where there no on tranfmitting to of tlje the Mea itd fupply the QViaiitity of of the BiKincc willbe difchafged afer the itjd haw duly found duly twb Securities named in each ubliiiif No PrppofHtKrinivejiitcnded Refitlenccs and of the aa thofe of the Pro ifitMN February THE JVlt Globes iirtnr with acquahlt you the fcbooner and nAmcd a and taking go 7 their tbfimjlelves aud ertwV oF fhe captured the Englffh laden witi a valuable Cargo from Cakutra bound to who gut fafe into the Mauritius have only u that t have given ordeW ifor purchafe of Chh76iine kis fervicej and lhall place her on the eftabltOnnctit oa 36gun agreeably to her and her and have the honor PETKR Killed and wounded on board La killed one inidflupman Killed on board three j iKijty Main dtc twjcntyejght i fit four cafrviiades four Spoundeta extraordinary in accempiiflring futh ttt tratiiol To f filled tjji that line of conduct was 6fthi cmirttry we nuy the well jf her U principal to fet tlie in potion are without and in a fhort completely eiting a muft in tipd fometl But fuch are convinced that a People really fefleg no whiniit is and that among all the of organisation area rtadily be canvinced that the ftcps which the Confulta at Lyons has are both wifeand natural whatevermaybe fa more in itt couclufions really to be found is but idle prating t it combines tf thifty millions of the acccffibn of influence at tached to four millions which inhabit Uic Italian Reimb lie An alarm is excited on outcry agaluft the power and tmbirian of j Let us compare the inflijciice of France in different parts of Europe fitice the Treaty of with which fhe puflefteB m In 1788 France pofTelfed a confiderablc influence over the King of King of and the becatife flu by hi r the enemy of France over the King of on account of the Family Compacl the King of for he was bound to by his friability to defend I A and by and ftiif mrc by the prc Unfions of Aurtria te Thus France pofteftcd au influence in the of over three great dontaujingtwelve millions of Ent RemvbHc muft tlierefore 4 eom jonger penfatc both of Thus France hai made to Ker of Venice bit pivehiithev a marked the and xWer Italy aWd if tUe yefter4ay received Vfirk PajSeri m If ivelt tp jplll H fijidVhfsftuthpriiiy by a nimjenus which iu vviU requite aiil of fo r jtift rivWl at Baltimbre frfirn f ittteOigence the arrival then of lu thw and the itt of September r or three as lull be agreed tt Double and they are wil if defifedi to enter into one 6r more feparatc cun or Contracts for tlie Propbfaisto befeiit to this on or before the ifl feakid iud direiSled the Secretary the and eudorfcd Propolalsfor following bus b publilhed here this AME1UCAN will be opened Withe prcfencc of at faid after which Propofal willbe Signed bv NQT1CE u htrcbv givenv frftat a Meeting oP the DIRECrORS and of the fatd r Ahti ronm Wei u refightd and a CO M ifodm Jifq and to Otter is allo hereb TOijtiS Rond will he LUl or or at tht option the Knaiirtti pay lutficient Goytinmeitt pub Foreign Veflcls from any is nroWbitttt tlmdate You will to imrnedJate puhli to this tor the goverfflncnt of the of your 44 with Torur molt obedient TOHM Port of urcar Jtatecof oiurppe be Auflria dilting TM hundred we havetwice under the of would he thaw before lh an inor dinate power over the neighbouring Countries but he ought carefully to watch overthe true gairdjan of In of and Swe dcriunited no it has beejt employed toaugmcutthc power prey able to retaiQ the confiftence continue flic can tongfT have in a ffairs The Ruffia has made ill Poland tlje degree of civilisation and power wjiicb that State has attained in modern and time which changes every ihefe circumftances excited the Qelcendanw of to the equiiibrium o the ihesi no real poweriu affairs of The Which France has accjaircdlB the four Dcpartmeutof rhe does net compensate the accefV which her ncijhbojurs hare acquired by the partition IUR rendered France double liiftr fte hlw a tnutural of confidenhic aimihiJattd JO the balance of Eu but evesgone enlarge jfyofe whom flit fhbuld have alCfle4 keep the of the France has rather jtftt hair gained if lie had been obliged tiiWtjiiicfe in the partitions of without oUtai a coujpcnlsMon neither nor the fourDepart meuU oftthe fhe would have ceased to what flic bccrii a Poietr of tit frfl xuntinuif this paiatlcl norde wonftratr how difTercnt the of France was in ami after the Of London Tipptjo anil kjs Territories have flic s hip arrived at we learn thai ftve faU ot the trie the Therisrund more yew momsnfarilv with ycfeb Barracks were preparing at tbr 41100 It rs fiippcfed tfiat hey c wirh the French troops JiMf t No ijiewed All that fltc reftorcd at But herklf to certain Givornmcut muff fall into Eiiuilibridnrm the affairs of njuiubriuia in the affairs of is the fyftun of flie dots nor dtfire to jive the but flic does not choofe receive confidcring the pelttical fvtuation of Europe in of fee that France gained no new accelCbn of Die has only maintained her v a1 Gentleman in dated We have Jjburf vvirh inforroa nty rom day trtiiie of tian that the NrofSfipih had rileu all in iu lit atthcOihcc 4ky of hrrtnghout ij leading Part Uf tlie the by Robert learn that tie new Coniiitutiqn of that Hand has and received tlie of hiImperial follows The refidtt in art Arifloctatie Council of of whgjn are from the Towns and and ido from the City of the 40 are claft of the from the Proprie of fourteen from the fix from the Members Council hall not beibg removed When any Conucil HiaH Replace the All ths coxiViaed auypublic to The and ffcall new tke ft ftall nai its three IS conttanily a tSfive Wwiy mide of bcft to their meaiUre in t if enrluifmUic Republic fofrihret fuccejltve Government which received with UQ s by t TlfcTreaty of the independence qf the Italian Republic moment when that Trea ty this Country was held rightof aud was rjlcd by PrnviUDry Government entirely urtder the dirt aion of the General of the French It this country j were in our drokc the the nial re main in their Tfce ftiall onijr rcfolvc by vwlpv Atercejjeeejraty for the of th the public intcrcftr The Ariflowatic Council may modify the Conflitutiony add away from Tome articles it hasnt right to ehangcaay of its we given an It was organize this ConJniu Two iwcic in our clroi bne of that fort whijcji this Country oktajned Thls might Jmpojcd would never have been by would have diflcnlitonyiU would have of All i formation and their j terror tfher warly that aaftrnng andcentral for few Chun by their u l in a Bill to Fart to the w VMM mKi Mr ftrKtintit Ipat the Grenada be to a 00 On t of a fimilar 4f profJerly publrck cill r I c c fr t iuii i of ronreUVs will require vali ed irf I Of I trtbuwd at Carious Ihe fuirefg of be i tr of the that the prohibitionagainfl the exporration from R uffia of and particularly timber for Ihipbnild has been taken off and that theEnglifh which were at this news arrived have freighted themfelves with this The Ouru of Vienna and Peterfburgh main tain at prefent the greateft intimacy and friend connection is the neceffary IVom the late extraordinary proceedings of It faid that an Englishman was lately arreOed the Commiffary at Pnd fcm to where he has been lodged in the This Gentleman wcuitd not teH his re t Jt in hand frm long caniiandiinpoitapt officeof PTefjdent of War I filled fikirojiCederftrom n t iSeveral pthef changg ed accounts from tnV Continent confirm I the report of claims by the filedlpf of Urtnover apon Cot vey rhesC5ourts thi affair can entertain but one Tfthe Einpenr has renew ed4iw ConVenrtrm with tie for the provifi of recruiis the Imperial Armies during eight to The laft accounts from Venice memionfrtfir or ders ten jhere from v for withdrawing rh temajnaer of troops frbtn that aqd to put a flop of had given rife livery fptfclhjg the ultimate of that t and anxious to fce whether the annual oath be adtniniflered in ihecbutie of Letters from the dated Febl I ihac feveral Members of ourBaft Iridia Copi nany have petitioned to be indemni fied for lCes they ia evacuating Ceylon s futthir England mW ifldem rherp forthe Eaft Jndia cfetatrie4 at of rhe ani mttiflicm With reg Cape by it faid w but at ifie of the An arficte from infprtni Officerj Auflriait fervt Icajytn rftfujrn have corps tn fh Jforthjis Tetwl the intendCHTnTntarton faf in theAuftrian which forci Vs tr4M aflemWed of up The Capitan Paola hars been ordered w fet out with flotilla agrftnf RiflTwan and has rf that a conflderable number of Britilh Officers may be allowed fo accompany A new revolution is faid to have broken ouj in the Jftaiv of in which the democratic par obtained the An hew from in the French that the that I Hand has been hrriHkcs no mtniion of any revolution haring taken An article from SemHn of tie that a confiderable force was approaching JJelgrarfe for the purpofe of reducing the rVbel JaniiHaries who had taken pofTeflion of hat In the mean the inflead of that df grje of unanimiiy which the danger menaces are agitaied by miBruft and violent thefe do not feeln to have arifen from the threatenitrg appearance of Ottoman bur fron thecondition of a   

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