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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - March 4, 1802, Dublin, Dublin i been pieced to the dignity of tiftUniud KingdoiT ot Great Britain and Ireland iKe Afhe on Baron ihe male of body lawfully Uy HUe Mid title of the i r to LAW tOVRT Ud General bar r A in FOSTER M he f une profrfliori at who Iiitj Vlaiirtiff houfc wherein bunntfr had tarrieir dfttiylWiC teen Ihe goodwill k f of the fond I Between and becaxne of priTtflfed of in the J pejfjIS Sdmcthhe jlllUi 1 doatftM I licwcd hit lifhJBcd tt Jhetfi j M0 her mire the natural late a letter He ftouM V oni iagtf arttclci agreed a the time him a leuer breaking offthe coi triaHafted of in whfehSva nymutr ot were and igiyeu in tvidince It to frojti a to that bpyJttf opioiori iMf in jiiVfmuatid thevirtue pfilljc Ladf writifn with a view of the thought tbiitletter tlic hajiwlwritisg of the latthough it to oojnefrom Female fritftdf fflie acctwtfingiy became angry with the Plaintiff buih in the language of a that he 4K and a and irfter thit the promifcwaj f ltj EnintNt rrudc an abkfyetch of hottrifoX jthe admitted the young a promifr to marry the BiM ty be more hotwurcd for tbe1 breach than nfter ltfendmt rela liji axldreifeti had courted her during the iila pautori for MHa he went and paid his Mjfi the II empfoyfo11 and toi 1 jaftice m tibrttVt reward I KM the IwuieTul el S i neceflary that promoting the gocwi ordtr and profperiiy forciblf trtKbixhicnded the ihe Tecurity of perfont and and who it honourable It the Qftuxct pie to Captain ought tfiWriafpired tHe noblt to have bit Compwiy the beft iHetoBgbt ta look iipon t he gplfftenii at nfloifting oh higher ibeir i their pwo when i Ttmt pt hit that the Plaimuf had fcduced Mdlifli into inipropcr fituationt He dwelt upon it and r i with from the finally and his to Official ac nf Sweclien to the Northern WMfrnger iburysUfHce With difpnichej at Amiens f and in er Mefienger was fern off from the anfwer to Europe are at this inflanr in than any other period of Navi L and per ih dJf moie fecrtcyand1ef8 niRe 0 one hape or tv ihe corner of the that matters their levelf The Powers on 4 41 ttfctiflpA exicnt 01 ut tolthbie who furrtd uu ytutna womtn to dii ir and of the adviee of thtir in our wpg to b to unprincipled tranquil in t rudent night L fikurce that i icd into art engine of needy S the he it letter tke of them rrtufhj to PUindim f irorc they did not belieye it The fplpedpr of tratika he btKcvcd in a fcigntd band not awo u it purported to feigutd of a who difguifeit who orgdrhint felf before the epd of He iomptred it triib the nu in of the hand of the and he bad no doulu it one and the fame He that all the final and large Mt were ijw thofc in lettert allo all the fmail and large tnd all the fmaHns like PeottT proved that the MaintifF had Courted hia daughter with a view that hia had been encouraged till it bccanit evident hU objeA heVat iaforintd wpuid be no longer A number of Vcttert fromxtne Plaintiff to the Defendant were and read in in order tofhewihar the Plaintiff tridiid to perfunde poutMin to the incDnatiou of her and to meet him juirice LR BLAMC dated to the Jury the nature the though if one which was fel dtim brought by a man againft a it WM bit on the that the party complaining de prived the conduA of the Defendant of his profpeclca of a luture The whether the Ilaintiffvraaina fttuationto demand a compcnlation it he what fhould be its Hit Lordfliip dctcHbcd the lituation ol titc f a review of all the cucumAamcti ol the dowti to that of the tinonytnout U the Jury were qf wat wrote by the wotnd have nothing to becanfe certajnly man who ludcccourk to Tuch tin was not trtti to It they were fatUfied had not written they would then dcttroiiiic whar he had a ngUt to rcctive from the party by whofe caprice He HII i The Jury and in about a Quarter of an hour returned with a Verdict for the The trial eleven in he ikurning till ten at The ntntf to bring forwardhis Till fttfbatcfe of ihepfjfirvMfrTjewV of nijihi nnjd hii it ha blbvn a Hurrtcarif y lifted when it bjkvw ytiikiludn f fury as become hptifsS irt citadel were rfwijr w gives them qwite thifnuirifitfw u night wid feveral gwnjbC were rhe gle and blew wfrh violence the of 44 Captmp wai driven two cables and parked W beftanc fmall b AVCT anchors Hie mnde lor af which flyrtg till tnttve at and wnaanfwered by the men of war in the and the Cambridge in the VKcd got down iTafe fide the and payed on board her two tfa when he was oon moored in is fomcwhat though it ttill nuy of ciplainthgi af proving to of Vtod t bh I repeated thefeftrnlmenU to in IlCrroJc xdpportla r maxims of our a t to fcrim he to Wrik for il td dreadttJl ha ve 1 nbt dune to recall Taind bcTBeVoJencctto and pYeweW lum froin ng headloBilntoao ahffs God truth I Butinrttad sr MriRfe herty InttcAd oV bbeyinidfit to Wdfttc tHe UW6 f a Chief JW itflervfd for kH fUch at 6uU imitate dV heavcb it uer alnj ahd Iftener or fitter it fir the guiJty TBiitriwl e not be loft n Dfte netal to Seiie of Divifion trfl newordcri the French Grtverfement on account pt Oiaft retain rank fooiirof my dwil of the I had pointed out the ol to tljeir the ohftgation they lay u to train up la the fear of regarding the of all and the fouodktiod of fotial hjm For fincc the have xaufed the grtatcft calamiticd to the Colony Are they not men without without Morality He who defpifts God and the Dim he dbti not hit will cqualf fmttr and liy flat thu livt Itng it one Ot the firfV of Ocdt A child why doct net reverence hu father au4 will Hirentd the good iidrice of Will he who nndrr foot the mdft lacred and endearing Law of obty tbJe of Society And yet how negligent4y do abdmbtheri rear their efpccially HI the fafteAd of in teaching them obtaienee and they Irave fhiem in ignorance of theirfirft They feem thentfelvei tb del pi and tbtteach their chH drtp to defpifc the banourahleand ef al Scarce are the children when they decked with jewels and while their elothct are all and arrive ajt the of without moral with a taftc far and a for education and M bad fnt nreffiont are difficult to be here we have the Wrfcry of bad and V tKey are they become proftitutci and all are alike ready to follow the iUudfrd or the fiift Confpirtpr who prtachw up and K u over fach wicked and MaT giftratw and Military to keep it cdnltani and ftrift Plamert rheiufclvcs are not free from thefc After the fcditiout men endeavoured to eicitc the indolent aiid by fterruAding rigit of dtitj ill on anjj ttrir rtwt Stieh doarine ed to by all bad Subjetftof and I tinje to repreTa Awh aid tofhew only method of in peace and Jnduttry n peace and ouch u the leUlm which parcnta ought to teach their chU iSrcn during their Kv t to he iB Aiwa work poapMtwuwcte to hia of being uudet prctcxJ of an nojhing bul with bad toen and difhirbing ptthlic trau and it terminating hit career by anragft a claft of the and hoghfio with inejioraW of uhteft conltraiQed W become i the more men Jjfve by multir or the latter are found in the lubnfting en tirely by Cpnftatitiy employed wifh cndca vourt ft thcrnfclvct off to thefe women never employed ia Thefcare the of thofc had fubjdhwho live by rapine they excite them to new ads of flwrc the of their U it to honattr of all and Corniaandants not to doe f theCc wMkdi io the towiw the leaft ncgli in thu to draw down oa them the Moyfe dircftor of the laft Conspiracy t but he could never have accomplifced hit dcfijnt without partteuu like With regard to each Citiaen ought to have no tnore than arc indiipeafably The maftcrt ought to watch over their and take care that they do jwhing contrary to good and If they are ought to be i every of tf eir ren fhem proper me Tothit both tion it iubjoined a punifhrticoti are defcriptian SiV m neat by the and thdfc who renvained ft tain thetr du jneeti A more Ajfroin Nature pteople niif frenchman the People of Paris tin in that no dviuht that Bonaparte felf to t png nodi it Mfc if he hiaifclf burtyht 1 tnigtit the by ferret of the eVd Dttke of g which Madkine and atf Parjt were The Finft Cofllvjl WM not All the WobleOe wcM fy titltt I The Government forming ing of yhiilhcamc It will be 4Qo Urungl The French willnot fuffcr either or to come France not even A travelling It that government Imyea plan rherf tp lay Duty onGlafs it every bedflamped holding a ndtoriouftv that the arf is practice of fo that 3 gp of fill butties in Head of I it THEORY We ba extracted thr tallow fairt to bean expliinafion of the theory of a French pa for t he of our i Ciders The 6f the not only un account of the celebrity given ib thern by the prohibition againtt their pubitly taught in but they are renittrttable their As the brain is dejed by Dr who thinks he foyrid in i lie con formation of the brain an expb 6f different moral and imeilefctuat fa culries of eHablilhes he convexity of the kwll ai the rule from ivhich he is to and contends thai Ctnvex the Ykui the greater the capacity ot tho he by examples of rhe of many ctiebrared Thu convexity U ge nerally remarkable in every great nun Jbnt feand have much a himfelf able to deiertnuie the place of each of ournMrttalfaculiiesin the brain for lays juft behind the This part very convex iii if well are markabe for Thia convexity diminiiliei and even becomes a untefs in great obfervers and Gil that liberty ciiftom may duce great changes in this faculty in in pnflcCfion of the IkiiJIs f many celebrated per particularly th of and In rhe brain the tatter pre to have dilfovered the which has us place abwt a inch nbove ear The fliulla of animals furnifh him important He round in rhe feuds of finging inthofe of celebrated above in that of f he organof mufic the wily bruin of the fax and ns well as ihofe of men whom he had knnwn remarkable for point out to hirft the organ of It is but juftice to tlar the doctrines of Gall are very iiirious how far trjey arc well founded it not for us to Gltf Cathut anJ Journal tu f
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