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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - March 11, 1802, Dublin, Dublin COUNTY Ol lit or for furnicrni may be ajjrted and iminrdiate the OIFJCKSaiid GARDKNS near containing 14 Acres tf choice The Iloufi large and with every fixture ami Stabling for fourteen twn with Hinte with 6 Acres of are furround cd iiih a iittiefcct Jhc Gardens ure witU kiml ofwill otuVr and Application to THOMAS win will give an brclcr to any pcrfoti whhuigto fee the Howie 1 n I I I lf he SOLLVBfcdCKLE YP ARKMMt is imnecclTury to ftatc any the beauty of this eJenant apply to jffttiry Mauiitjnvrquaro or who will give imme dike ptifTtflion of the March COUNTY OP be LETfrom the March heajjrtcd Part the Lands u are from 7 from e and near enned There a on and a Sum JMJS fa and other V JUiWriting to be made to Robtrt fliew February i gratetut in Oeiatry the hi lupport he Tiaii now rtfp tlwt and one f where no expense has been fpared to tchder 7ccojnmodation perfcijl for the reception of anil Gentlemen and he begs lerve to ie Otidv to give general fatisfaiOion tothofc marepleaTcd to honor him wfth their aftd DUBLIN informs the that lie has opened the above Houfe Sakof which is dctenniritd tofell on the lowed terms for rcsidy But one Price from which nnaWtcment canHe large QWntity of READYMADE SHIRTS forExportation of Furniflied and it The ReviWILLlAM EMEN rive educated at the for the wid Board and Tuition in Gpjgraphy and 39 per aW Guiuew Entrance Vpon the fame with the other refpoilalle SchooJt leave fo refer luch an lo be iafonWtd of moral and abilities tliedntitsbf hik to tbe Fcllowt pf wiqre partiedlariy te tht G School 3 f from Dublin a totally detached from any xjthcr the air renurlwbly pure and AND ENGLISH For YQUNO DUBLIN takes this opportunist of ex lier fipcerc gratitude to the Parents of the couligned to her for tlieir nutfcl confidence fliud her will tdu in pf polite which includes rryi all the fafbionnhle Fancy for MtiHie nnv on ns Terms any other now ready to a few Boarders The L hlf in Ireland no JOIfjN relpcafujly informs die Nobility arid Otntryi that he PKljAL HARPS on a new an J improved of the choiceft wood vtft chqfttn patticuUrty fur tlwt pur bin many yeacto fend per fever a ncc ait length brongUi ttvtjii to perft5Vioii in thi king thut for brilliancy of tone and beautVof workman to any for nearly onehalf for All Harps made by bin repaired and regulated in and engaged to be put in at joodordei All manlier of Harp mid Violin Strings of tite btft IMPERIAL HOUSE OF BOND obtained leave to bring in iWWr nuilding over Conwmy and Baltic in order the ifctcrcourfc with that rncnt Transfer Bill be a lecond He then thit fiiiee tfte year been a ConOant cor rcipondeiice between the fldia Com pany and the Qovtrnrtent bi Port the jeel of which reduce thf it a facTory Aibonlinatc to the The fet tleiucut avHft deal of and lefa fomc provifion a grpt number ofi the be thrown The ottjecT of the Bill wan to transfer thefe iand be iolrf it was a hardfliip td brliijjtnefeirftcr a llicy might the interefts of the Com at that con W not ne the as had been prevent fucfi an An Member that Bm was i breach1 of faith if be had no ion to the Bill being kicked over Tfce principal object of the Bill wu that it would been adopted which would enable them to of InlGrieTs in their Genertl OASCblGNH cttKibateH the eocrcaled eipence in tt of itfltttry ufogte and local of lie enumerated a few partTei to io mitiny and wrWpportunUyfcf into the charge to the diftredit of Obvernmept bur i j that the real objetft of Bill to he fliuiild nut jObjejdi to nomy was highly necctniry in eveiry India Companys but he didjiptthmk it ne cellary to tome before ParliAiucnt for every reuucliob which Alight Ik the can make Hctllcn went into a ftatemeUt of ibe ex pence thr revenue it from which he tfce hwdfli tcrring the of the Company froni to He hekt alludediu and IVifs liUl for T a Vhcn Mr Pitt fame into thit patronage was given and rt wan determined that the in India 1uuld rife by and bad now a fort of prescriptive rigbr lucb preifeijt J Hill twelve fervahtsarc to be brought froni and it certainly wa a qutftion whether above arrangement ought to be It hi contemplarinn ta unite tbr Presidencies of Bombay and thefc cfUbliflimentswere luflicieut at prcfent for every pur out frohi cd elfewhcre in of transferring them Could they wntybe ftrnt to Prihce TJity would dtlirous to go there 1ucli a ftep trendied tijaon the pktroiiiige of gc and it could not be Could tlicy not Ceylon It would be anlwcrcd that Ceylon It was the land ot great nc daubc lie inide unon the ftf a general bincc laft Itrlnon liici out to that and they were all the Gentlefnaus aud connected the The patrouigc of Ceylon was the whotc that Iraycd by the Eaftllnilia He wiilKd Companys fervSnWatBcticooln fhoiild he lent Ion in place of where they niignVrife He concluded wirh that when tKc be fore the fliouid propofe louw the expenditure of the Company was verv and the cxpeuce ftcnooolen alane doubted within the The the Company at that fettlcnient ought to IK allowed to retire upon If they were got rid otin any othrr the tt all the 6ther ftttlcmtnu be they lliould txperienrc finiilir DUNDAS The Bill was a and ordered to be committed on KOBSON toft to oppbfc and iubjtcl to whfclf the publu expenditure applicdrr ed the other former refpeSiQg the the country from tbe dtlay in excluding the fur the Definitive icomplained much of the ad miniftration of the with relpecT to 4o plored the felt by the particularly in the Northern of the of the valry confuming the which cntrilittfteft ordi h the uentieman The Gentle ces bad been refufed Aanftad ntcnt 16 wfiftli of the country were that from wftich Ihe he wai informed urt C What the circ fiances wtrofKat ha be but the arri thU motion hi uccda Jtbate ofco was otmttntted for fJ rl An and A iw I i t i1 been orrtcredotrrbft got ready and rhe in to nary minutely cxatuined charge tbv he not be utHefi each Itraft owe bdrfs at a tlmeUiNte inliftedthe Rcveuuc i inadequate to Cupport tbe Wight of fnch a charge an found iu the on account of flraw for the btlidcs beds awdr too he could not conceive what it could tered waruJy into fire cundles for the that th with to thofc fcoulil not be eorrta unlch fircl were burnt in and the caudles ufed iirfaid of the light of the Suit lie then proceeded td trxpatiatfe nptm variety of fuppofeJ national the eiifr tnct cf for the fake ot his he at kngth naiticularlydeewthcaucntionot the Huttfc by dfllrting tint the of the couatry in ff a uiwble todifcharge in bilUj and that had come withiu his ef A bill accepted by Government having been dilhojrtmr was a geocrsl exclamation of hear hear IT DENT immediately to call tlie to He thought be was extremely irregular in HiSwnobrerviitiou which tended to cliicredit A con variation warm uuw in which RUHSON ftated the Office of tlie Sick t Iwyc bcvnxlitt where the Government acceptance rcfultd A to take B funsAvordo was in order to bring the inveltigaHion of the charge regularly hut the ichi arpfi ire HtfJito vluualled fof Ifjyr gares thftlfifiops for i j J V It is frrparations are inrerfditr m m fajd to hay f on he jwyt of delay gavt ri e i much on the part of our Govern1 The thief Conful during all this time Was enjoyiig jhe fuH benefits of French porrs relifcved from poured out formida ble ivmarncifts to tl e EaA and to the ihe negotia v jMfcw Barrels of thfc md mort prolijic POTATOES iu bThig the produce of the bcfl Knglifh Potatoes they eonte in tarly iuttic and yield great an that plumed ptuduee from twenty tit of 1 hey are very good fvom tUcir 6zcarepaTdtuWrf w til inittd fir t iifc of Price per hundred weight tor xvhw buy Hundred Weight or Apply at Upper Baggutftrtt near Alfo to be loine very go WJte at Hundred Weight i GARiiiN EEDa iy FLOWER At the of the DED and of the and t Garden the afferent except the at per quart per Tliey hsve for and im jcfc per Ptifian of the fitvcft at per Do u Scarlet of the wntft kindt iiv Ibe willj an aflWtmcnl of the heft Aitnualiand Their Garden a t the u eniplcftreet the he remived to any Cuy without iujuiy to tht was at length dropped on rccimmicadation of the who thought it better to proceed to queUion which occupied them previous to this ROBdGN by oljfjrving it wan inteutiou to prycccdwi intu an eiartinatitin 4V charge of hwlf jyjilliun for furcign of Great upon which he tiiould entered at were it not for the unpleadnt ruption that had taken aMd which he The at anfwered the of Coals and were ntccflitry ill of the year for eookiug and to thty were not of that kind thtt cpuht he but muft fa replaced when worn out or TMif beer ex pence alluded to contracted when the troops were in the Iflc of fees were paid the Warolfice by anticnt but tlwy were carried the public barrack dtpartmcut of Irelandwx not on the fame footing with that tit He did not the particulars upon which the Irtth necounts were and ht free toconfeis that be bar rack department in that country ought to be The he were with aAivify prevailed in the ports of Holland and and the feas on during the the Niivy of Britain had failed in the firft days of with fhips of France and hfr thughttKaT1 the policy pf fuffsring the Breft fleer to fail to a wife one niiiilirv pi and the other and fljeisji to a complete dependence opon We htvei frequently to rhe peace and fectiriiy of oar on n of our otJglit fd Hjive ai as poflible figning Of Definit5ve tn LyottS to the Cjf alpine Surely the ihe ajpine Republic not fo alarming aMo havr made the of government amnt pvorftuifnt importance than the ar rangement of a general The joiirnry ro Lyons produced an intrrnprion of the negocfati nud as thip muft been it has been fuppofed that delay was vyifhed tor on the part of deay is to have occurred fince the Chief Confuli and it is imagined that he wiflics Donoingo before he brin and whatever tnight be to them a conftitutional point of they had contributed ipuch to the health iof the and were itttndid with than our auliurf couJd ween a ftae r with fucli a maU of It waa not been of of men i he w e to the He Ibae the DtjMis r J V UVJ to have news from to iuttU could nor e taken w mean the failing of will operated to our difadvarttftge by pmcrufiinating the negocia lion for a Definitive But we deirinineii not be trifled and inftruliionsare Taid to have itrit io Mat infitt on the immediate igda ture of the or io leave Amiens JtiJ J We this rrt the jd Thry do not toinaiii a fingle an tele of A French far which fnme time ago into by contTary hns failed A fmall fquadrnn is fitting out at Flu and will lailm a few it luppoted fur Six It js confidently that aflrongfquadron will immediately fail lor the North and that FlWtVviJl be theit and honoured the Concert of with their Itisftrongly reported that the fix ftiipskf the line which have beenordered immedTottly io the Weft to tbcPojqx hive led to the eftabirfhnicutof fimijgtTlnftit Vcral i For SUbport of the ACHARnY Wljcre die Humane and are moll i iEtteJleJnejrthp pttafed Jo tignify luabie Hofpital is Ctuatid on the In the laft year 460 Intero admitted for and licved with Medicine ahd Surgteal i BcnefaiSlions of wb by Dr Caftlertrect Yorkftrect j Philip Daiw Richard MeiithTtrcet andArt jl Gardinerftreet Treifurer Ctoqfyiftf A CHARITY for TV THE Will be preached on the In the Pwridi Church of r By the Honorable and Right the LORD of His Excellency tlie Letup LIEUTENANT has pteafcd to lignify his intentioabf bting I Wu i i si SICK W INDJGENT ROOMKEEPE JN April a CHARITY will be prcMcJied for the RJiUEF of SICK and INDIOHNT By tlte ARCHiBAU FEMALR MASONIC CHARITY s n MO N adverhted the unavoidably the TWENTyiPIFDH of APRIL wlien the HAWKESWORTH will ia in Aid of the Thii 3Day it by JOHN Printer an4 liuiDCiTKK Price HILL a By the with a full VIEW of the BATTJLE fought June engraved from by OFFICER after the the JUMk Where ntoy BROWNi DICTIONARY of the in 4fe larjge with Eighteen CopperPlatcfc Price icxL BUNVANs incomparable PROGRESS now in the by Subscription 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