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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - March 16, 1802, Dublin, Dublin U 1 be tjh soil1 bv INCH nf on the iyih at following State Roll 4 One fr or of f 38 Yarda broad black Freucli Coitiiri tifucki Gallons of of 4 be viewed at the Debentures frojn late to prcfcnt themiat ami late in order ithatlflieyjroay all Pcrfonfc who hnve any the ire i fttriUwilli M ji BUR o that they may tfe duly with ifiHVday W April after tinte ott iny he entertaine cqrkcriied are to take 1 Signed fby to Henry ftdflelttrccTt Mountjoffquare or whowill git of fhc be LET fiiniiAcd or for fuch Tprm a itnmediatc poflcOioii the OPHCESind of NUTGRO i Jfoifca Uliie Hciufe1 JV with every fixture and Stibltnj Acres of fiirroundi The Gardens ura other a and tttlon Clareftreetf wha akill give bri prder to for bopMNo large n to on parts tflnf of heart aiid aslniftbl the of the be inadequate to the permanent andreallvalue vf the ncli they fire 4rH iarddown j vdlue fome ojrthe beflf tand in i tn pf the fron Dublin are nefu Sujminer and at Drcldcn inApril name or ItHerfrom iLundon of the X4th December mentions his then in giving certain information of him to the Rev be He is as tall HIIO well a little bent in thcflioul rblindMnd fparklmg coloured complexion rAtlier r i fmal I thin tiin haired very Small and i Hgcd pirjp Price given For Two i bt to be de inly at College y 1 m DunfliHi ike iftof containing about 75 the KbSfi i J ft l A njr ait iu itc frojti whence infornis thtt be b4 the Houfe ilc which are of the flrnngefr jor lijtportatfon Hatefully the Ke and the for ihet kinil tit be i fix other convenient cellent The might fonitint to crofs the Channel quality of the Hotwell in this Towni and hofpitaliry of the Neighbourhood ijiri and want s lutheiio prevented thit Spa riviitling that Pf afitnilar nature perfon taVinj theaidveican be accommodated quantity if i welUehdofed convluieiit to the Every neceflaryiiifiir refpecluig the will be by Apply ing at or to the TrinityCol fi kmply experienced on thii anj by his perfevering i t6 as well as bas froitt firft grtiricd him fucU a diftinguiflicd preference to mint a His numerous country fliall ever find liberal from him as any other Houfe can which of equal quality and thofr to whom lie IXK from thtAtort time he has Ixjen in It l auwtcd arid taken r t nU very inmieratc Tcrjria or the FEESiMPJWS Of the ESTATE of the of fimate in the Couiity of Parbnies of Uppeir aud the Lives or aniwiai Kent of to a QuitrKent there are i8a Acres of Turbary not for whicli no vilwt is taken in the Eftate 6 rniles of the City of Watcrfordj walljed byj the w Inch throws up Inrge it abounds with and LeadMines x Propofals iii writing only will r jT Dublin JBIayhey niade tb banflv the Rental and a ftatc of the Title may Proprietorjof the PHCEN1X TAVE1VN teturni mod grateful he has ojw extenlivc tarciiclcY no expepcc j ol begs leave fliall be his gtijeral to thoTc TNho arc pleaJefifg nrindur him with thcCr Complete Gentletneiu new and StockihgWclj i aiiilHolTtry inBdc Veils ana of every DretUMgGwvns failsiiHialjieAflbrtaicht of WOO and roay on a few hours no made to their iheafurciii lt m and Wuift wood and RltwL i liavat leiigt ihat ti c PC Aiil o ANVACTpRY in infuiros the Nobility proved the TKoiceft fcriJoned ft chofeu particularly fur tliit pur nuny pratilicc bmught thcov tp that in thii king brilliancy of tone and beauty of any fornearly cart nil and regulated etc tugged a n f tft no njyment Violin Strings L vi AM SALE OP n Kv 46 rilcttds and an for PattMcrfliip in carried r 6f N Uirtiierfliip4o por ilrsrt of NUN r cf his pr Jrom his Hottfe prcviu mfornis his that he entered into ng Mri WILLIAM UHRNAR1D hc PAPER BUSINFSS in M iu formerly by and lattly TAYLOR and GRAHAM encc tbc ajtUof urider BERNARD and in order conlifting of the ufual Tom Hl a deduciionol holiiftfc of all PaptT tolhtS above Billy at 61 and s were purfuant to of the amberxrt printed Ending Aprjk cnUing ttfr Jfthlof of the Fund in from jth thejth of Jai nf t JOHN and V I N E G A Rii I L L a P 0 E V By the Kmbdlifhed with a full VIEW of tile une engraved from a Drawing by the Defeat of Where may be BROVVNs of the Hi died Eighteen BUNVANs incomparable PILORJMi isinowin byKubliiriptiyn A be bad at ANT ESs celebrated Account of with Pi ice iit boards ported from the fcWral lit during I to be andrfc4d third on nex for t an iccPunt i lars and tfie to from Alfp slfo by Greit Britain and Ireland and Artoimt vMalt niatle for the fame diftiriguilliiiij the different the making thtreof hid been accountjrAverefcverjilly l 1 that on PWdayriext lie fliould move for leave to hririg In Bill to ajncnd the Linen of Lord STANLEY tooved for tnrfg1 k Bill to amend an Ad paffed laaSeffioii fjJrihe relief of Infrfli Vent and to extena the the J o the County Palatine of The Committee of aiid the following were agreed to That men fltould be empfoyert in tltc BritinY Titval SirvicC for two lunar ujnths from tit the i6th gf That fliould be granted to his Majefty for tlitfr wages for the fame at per nun per Jiiouth That fliould be granted for their victuals for the fame at iL per man per 1 hat fljould be grantee for the wear aivd tear of the oh board of which they fliould be em ttt the rate of per Jiian per u That fliould be granted for Sea Service on bonrd the laid at the of per man per TlieiRcport vai ordered to be received tpVtaorowtand the Committee appointed to tit again on txcHEqpEm BILLS ALEXANDER broucht up tbe Report of the One Million Exchequer TYfcWHITT JONES lie roft not to to but tpjciepreia f Loan nut larger jOUm The prefenc wan period i8i fleitbtr at peace not at and be UtenabctStofi the Firft Conful prutraifbthe the i uf attacking our lie t the fuggeft necclGty of voting a fufHcient finn for fthole year In every Civil Community the fird and great id grievance was to withhold but tho fecund was jitii vote them in4Ucruninauly to Government without calling fur an account of the appropriation HcbiicUirifiJj all undoubteil that at tluX tiniest i Firft Confiif of France was goaded by fomc pt ttiofe veri men who had refuge m thii and to whpu he had once endeavoured to tall the attenttun of th to nrofccute the our finan plementary infertcd In their proper recommended Ro man Catholic it influets the price iu to was jd is the with At the fame the of and other PAPERS fume fupcrfine Vbvc CHEAP OCTAVO POOfci PHE New Edition of large Otfavo being now the ASSOCIATIONfoirprp motihg the CHRISTIAN RELIGION inform the Sub and t Public at that they readrto be delivered by WATSON 7 STKKMvat tbeSubfcriptiajn Price of Six Britifli bound to thpfc ivho purchafe any not Icfn tlun fcven for diftributiou to the Popr THE EARL OF This Dsy is By hd A SElMONimjached in tlie Chapel of Trinity on tie DEATH of the Righf EARL of Lord Chancellor of by P m I vj oftheBreftf and Britifli ipc but A Ifetter from January uvufVftm boarded off Point by a and a Britifli Pf the Ifiund being drclared in open ribellion Republic of Franccj by arid being The Caprain was informcdithat eWn clearances from Guadaloupfr wVuld not be tod that war were round the to forct this vv I A Letter from Port of of That at that timethe fltuitibti of the Ifland frim heiag and the ia daily txpci5latipn of a general riflng among the Negroei were making applicatioA to be taken on rican A tlag of truce had arrived in anfwer to fome prnpofitiona tfiej treat cither with the ftated that they fliould be to hold 119 confidential The aniwer concluded out threats of the ipecdy Arrival of a fleetV aeciftEl derablc body td reduce An article reecivpd thr ifteaDutch dated Private that the Englifli will Detain poflVffioH of until the French Government made or ratherj in plain thitV vvtre and urgmgihim todiveinrb bir Billwas dercd to be read a third time ln 1KCOME Mt TTRvjrrttTT JONES he came prepared to rijide his promifed motion the Incouie but be WHB informed it Would be inconvenient to againn the of i Ehelahdr aW i A Requifuion has betn figncd fiverymWij i rcquerting he Lord Mayor to call a Cjminon for the 1 purpofe iif Partjamcnt fyr theirepeal rf thd Income Notice has likcwjfc been giVdn a Gmilar in the Court of I Two of a Noble one of whom was breeding bea bricklayerj and have been foduccd fforti tlicfe very proper employ mcottifby their is one of the moft and t virtuous of the young Ladiis of the present The young Gentlemen are placed out for education in a man gier fuited to and to their own After Tome routine bufincfs had been gone an Officer from the Iriflt Treafury Department presented fc of the and Difburfcmeuts in tlut DcpArtmeiU for the ami preceding allo prefented fome from the Rg venuc Department of which was ordered to lie lie CORRY then moved the Order of the Day for going into Committee of the whole in order to propofe that the taxes appropriated iu Ireland to the dif cbargcof the debt of faid fliould be further con tinued to the 15th of FOSTER was againft idea of voting taxes per which were voted annutlly by the parliament of and under tho regular forma of a Committee of Supply and Ways and Mrt CORRY that it Was neceflary to provide tor thelriOi Creditors and the Civil Lift and that he fliould have propofed to vote thole Tupplies but that the Peace EdabliOiment was not as yet After fomc further in which the Chan cellor of the Lord VanftV andi tlic Secretary at bore a the Houfe rcfolved into a Committee of the whole and voted the Supply on the motiou of A Meffagc from the returned the Greenland Fifliery andfevcral private agreed to by their Lord hi N Read a third time and paflcd the Mutiny firfl time the Maripr Muliiiy Uill the Earl tbeir is in the utnioft rage he be difappointcd inhia favourite The Dutch Government has again renewed the which permits tbe and un der the fnmc bohils as It thereby enaftcd7 on painof that the dccla ithedianjeUorof the Exchequer to he niouldpoft it fliadc tor i At twelve o clock faft nighti TOth the mortal remains jpf tltM excellent and this DuHc of were tonveyed frbrfi Wooburn to be dc pofited next morning in the family vault The following to be of hUGrace the Duke of contained in a letter to Lord to teftimont of refped and for great powers and to Lord fon of the Earl of to Robert his per annum to Lady to Lord William to exonerate him from anyembarrjfiinentshemay have incur together with EAate of will make his income per The following curious btqueftii are contained in the Will of Thomas late of Ron near in who died Thcexe eutors are the Governor of the Bank of and Abraham the principal Calluer All my property in the Stocks I give to the afliftance of Government it voluntary contribution to the defence of the nation and r appoint the Govenuir and Cafliicr of the Bank of England and itruftecs and I truft they will have it placed to proper account immediately Ejfter my death w Allr I in jnoney or gpods of any 1 give to my in requital for her taking care pf me during two long the firft ol ivhiqh by pniftm me by HannaU which took put all my cauied two or and fropi which I recovered by by a v
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