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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - March 13, 1802, Dublin, Dublin the faild on Saturday with difpatrhes for of Marquis Convvallijs fuite arrived this nlorning 8th witb difpatches from his i Paris papers to received intelligence of A ThemuR contained in is on the part of the1 thfcGoxtHe d that the Procla mation of Wai witieu by Ttiere account of th have been Viiken to reprefs the order FreeMafonry intJNft different parr of the German An nricie from dated prefects the manoeuvres nf another once telebfated thfoUehoUt all Europe for its and to have excited cpnfidtrnbc felstrtp ajnono trf This Je fuiU has employed itr to airtong the fuperfiitioui of prifiicipkss for whJfrh they Jiad been banifhed from ahnoft every country of conrinuer in a flate of and It feerns the deteftation ofth of the Foreft Cantons againft the late niounied to point an Vtothing bat the Wsjnipf anefficieut power of them it a Private communjcatipns frortj Fiirit inform tnainoci eircleVat fpiraiv nnve rftftovetd life dfthft Ornfiil It is t Ion and turned eafy im its rte la at all be To the Imtory the old Crurt the re cohld nor fail to obtani of the Revolution and almoft with nanie of people of WWoh to and trtftxirospf a Very dif feeent The of is ru moured to hnve been the frequent and fttvere cruicjfoi in thefe Yiijbtwabte nidify may 6e were not very averjfe reiiTiarki a niftn wHofe rivate o pnd from whWk thefma ijera have ahis aha it cannot certainlj eVafed to ihejr ttie negociatioos at that intelligence on Saturday inftrudlioM have vvai perfeCily Pufirive inmutfiom nave been Tent r6 Gornw ailis 19 bring antT it be by tire InVihe tw naval am number rtiew eredtobegaftrea laeJtpedUinn at Plymouth rtmoor tlat fitted but in Torbay it defined to intercept in order to hold a lecufity for eiquiralent in foroe degree to theadfantage Ffanoe hat acquired by the of bovver in the Weft Our objetfl is detail ana not V and we hall thee enter uitvan inquiry how far ftich a flneafure w6ud be admiffible pending a AhotHer report that ivirc been pur to death by Kiilt and that the had fraftrated their aaernpcedaebvirknVipnrin ft is ttrifKh having common interett of the at they about to fend a fleet toitj redwCSHonof4ne fliould the r4ffbrt of Touf depth trops would be nrtore in trtjtlv be wholly the enemy not having a rinetu cope with We are f opinion lnat fubflanfiaVad tage has conceded toFrance by the than Die ineSpf5ling to derive from a prolongation of the m ivell as that of poims to If war be neceffary O Juflain the or indulge the ambition it taab be a naval ro vvhtch his sire To inootn The liateaof ihe weakened by tbeir are rrmre obnoxious to more inviting to Hit We arf to hnpe in the petiding in i defire Delay ii incident to an arrangetnent of fuch ernbracing fuch variety of interefti and we can nitconceive it poflible f r obpofjtion to exift abftratf without involving rffViitial princi We have to that the day pfe cedng the figning of the Ipeace Was more than at any defpaired of in public report we fincerely hope that the preiitnt inaufpVioui auguries may be tit happily contra ied by the It it aid the at Lyons an idterruption to the NegOctatlnn at About that periodr1 leph fionaparte tliat as ihere fine of theTreary Vfhich lutift wait foi the return he yviflied to of going for a ftw days fo required heYhoiild viift JSdgJar and wrdte hhte fof infirtcw and reqiicftccl ailoop jlhptiJ4 be lew to Ca t i to bring hirti ttir cone that the Ambaflador iithonr Treaty in this uefted hisLqrtiinip vpuldremain alAmiens b t ofeph BlnSparie went t inhere heftaia jthtce fantttt Ctrowte j k i A VelTeli hat arrived from which fWut the 17 h of January at per jriod no aoconmi qi the Armament had bren It arrivedat D any tMi mfortns ine DutcH are doing towns of Cadiz to ur rrjwts Ipplltp which a mornijoj earlyt twelire that the ench Fleet arrived iff Domingo the atfttof many of thetn wanting i I f f ft their zytfii at tbai period Lord Keith rtot received account of the figning o 1 j from nfeq to ftips of troops and tetrebchmems of the it hai abolilh tneprelent alld i he nav aVd to gVye tliem ay difltngitiihed hitnfelf tnthe and WAS the bearer o the Official of i by the r i foreign to the pre A fome JftF the j ineonfiWen wltH thelff iteriV bS ill ilJTH their tp the present unlefs he tejy converted e U ftatedf to of gurit to of the fineff fhitis tie f r and commanded by the Qneof charged witKfonie important commercial has been in Perfian la bf 1 mf the vwIhhti df the IP the noHhfrwefl a pyratical the of ot the vcflfclj have been fenf httndf fluUioni of fpecie ted jn waiting the retumof ThtSjsamfh on the ctwjk of this dcbeaturcs to neatly jh equal amomu 4 and exptr further tr jfling de 8 pon wtiicji on dofed at 68j after va t l U Hwpity tuiifiiiic 4 OUU rge portion of tlielrn Vave to j a to tbii ii to powerfully influenced the r ti L jth thtB istptro until ft IbiK now iih a It is remarkable that een fuccjefiton inihe illuftrioui family of all wit reported that tha fpirrt of In which in mu mil I t Tie Dublin CASftli i TO be LET forniihed or unfurnrihcd for fnch Term may be agreed and immediate poffernori the OFFICES apd GARDENS of near containing 14 Acres of chbiCe Houfe ts large and with every fixture anil Stabltog for fourteen two with ether The 1 Houfc and 6 Acres of are furround ed with flinefcet The Gardens are welt planted excry kind of wallnd Other 5 good and AppHCatibn to THOMAS who will give tin crder to any perfonwifliing to fee Houfe VtrHEREAS it has been rep W Lord a feat to ofw Ing is a You are an Informer and an1 may ahig picque flwrtljr take off your atthe burning your former crviiie vqor ntcfent one in the fame 4IMHV army way timewill coowWhea Voo 1 Vmr OF TO be fir6m the ift of May for fuch Term as may be agreed about 800 Part of the MANOR of Efhteof It is intended to tlie three hrgcft prefcnt containing 477 into ieyen Farms of about 60 or 70 Atreff Tke otKer Farms will be JLct according to the prcfcrit fubfifHng Di en account of fame parts of the Laud bring out of heart and ill laid as might be expcifled nt the expiration the Propofals fliould be inadequate to the permanent and real value cf t lie Lund inch before they are will be properly bid and no Leafe will be given till the tajr valne flwli be5 as the Manor of CuJImuilin clnerally fonie of the beft Land fitu4cd about 14 from to the SoutU Bm4 from ire TrtarSoiflmciv about midway between Alfo to be the iftof nctt May the adjoining Lands xf WETHERSl containing abinn about part of the Lands of catled LITTLE fituated near above 80 Acres if the Jiands of about 3 miles from v Propolals in writing ony areto he RALPH Copeftreek from whence they will be immediately forwarded to him lo the March COUN1V OF PERPETUITY TO BE TO the HRHRY ST INTEREST in the OFFI and LANDS of the Covinty of held by a large and withevtry jircxijTary Office Jtjjrable thewhole in perfect fit for ihv immediate reception of a The Garden is Sncloied with itctifetet and well flaclSed with kind of in full coirtplete The Lands ire highly and and plantedWttK Thtibcr and ornamental the River Sbncy runs by the end ofthe De beauty or convenience of fituation it cannot be being iu a and fine fporting niJway Tuiiow and h excellent ippfy to the at or by ktter directed to rteur The if he may be accojnrrto datifc with the aud Farming at a i F fn n the twentyfifth day of March in TOWN of by the Yciuv or longer a good fur pithed with Stabling for 4s other cqnveniem and a rtiblt tx Garden The Houfe being furnJlhed Very cow might be an accommodation to a delicate fotf net wiflttng the Channel to The quality ot iKeHotwell in the and hoipiutiry of the Neighbourhood are Well and nothing tnit want of good acrommodatinn Ijiitvetto prevented this Spa rvafling a fimilar taking the can be accommodated with aay quantity of wcllcoclofcd convenient to the Erery ueceJIary iufor refpecling the will be by apply ing nt or to the COUNTY OF vhe in the Whole or in e and INHERlTAtJCE of the BSTATfi the EARL of fttnste in i he Waterfiord and Baronies of Upper and now let thic rcma ioF a Term of Three or to QuitRent f id i there Turbary not demifedi fbi1 which W value 4s litswirTiln of tlie and By the t throws jarge Maadr j U sbpondj with JMihc hinds the Rental ftaitc br Title feay be i any of the beauty oi elegiiat apply or give e of be agreed Part of the Lands ear the Pufttownof NewiownMount containing 38 Acres Plantation WeaWre of ex 14 Acres of a beaurinil thriving young aremoft beautifully fituated for buildr Iqg on are i f Mijcs from 7 JVbm 4 from and bear is a ftrtnHoure on it ufe of Very fine Marie and a cdnfidferablc bccnlatelyezpeaded in and die writing to be made to Robert Upper Dubliui Thomas whofc Steward wiUfliew be as may oe agreed its with a Quan j Bogand fituatedwithia 4 r on the road leading to AW aud Part of the of WCHJUONDwd adjoining the Town of above are pf the ftrft cQnvenience of Turf and tu writing to received by raj Harry His for the tetter djfcovernw Bri to wfticetM concerned in writin the pTeafed hereby to pr ONE HUWDRBD POUNDS foV tbePerfia or or fcnt the Letter tad IE any oeratd tberrin except the the Hithin Date only recave but alfo his Majcftys By A H LEIXLIP AND CBLBRIDOE THE Aflbciation Waving the above Publication Reward bf Excellency the Lord or periods with i dcnca i 11 twr ybttt TVftiA 1 ff W T Ml t at you are faring from In order to bring the Author jf Letters to condign a Reward of FIFTY POUNDS for fuch privat Information and Conviaion within Six Calendar Monthf frta Walter v George John 7 Richard George Ferguffon William Thomas Mark Ro T A NEW Juft publiflied And fold by flookfcller to the Earlof By the AUTHOU of HISTORIC In 4 The Name of infmcdin a former Publication of Ws the Author of live through miOake jfRtitKK Itat afft NATURE vmercAnzjx VoL MOSKLt TALES and 0With every other New Publication of inclrjt inthe A x the Right HoaonMechjr Countefj Imported from by the CouutRciAL DELINEATION or1 the of GREAT In 4 of feveraJ Tholiland Groupcs of fnuli containing Five price is For other particulars fee which may be gratk of VALUABLE BOOKS OF ccrm fold by Excellency the LUPTIINANT n 6REECB and tin order of the French Governmimt with the authority of the Ottoman By With A TRAVELS iu the Oil OMAN TEGTPlfj and Iran Hated from the French of Ai OLI With BARHOWs TRAVELS into the INTERIOR in 1797 MARCHANDs VOYAGE ROUND the and TranllatW by CLARET With a Vflt 5 TRAVELS BELSHAMs CONTiNtJAtlQil of the tof ending THE EARL j W V On Tucfday next will be By and 1 Jbd A preached iii tlie of on DEATH of the Right JOHN 1 ARM Lord Cruncdlor bf by Embellilhea with a full VlfiW Of the BAlTLE June from outfatt by aa OFFICER immediately after the DefeM of the Where may BROWNs DICTIONARY of the in large with Eighteen Pijce BUNYANs thconiparablfr PILGRIMS is now in the by A J be had at V ANTESs celebrated Account of with Price in boards F1BTY POUNDS WHEREAS I hare this day received a1 Letter from the Kilcullen threatchingto baugh1 my Cittle On the Farm of iu the County of and to do tqe other injuries Now J do hereby offer Reward FIFTY POUNDS to any PcrfOn who will give me fucb hiformacion as flall lead to the vtry of the Author of laid do not publifh the as it mentions name of a Perfon 1 bad no concern in the writing of WILLIAM Nftth Crist March
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