Dublin Journal, March 20, 1802

Dublin Journal

March 20, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - March 20, 1802, Dublin, Dublin I r A FARMING SOCIETY OF HIS GRACE the DUKE LElNSTERy hiving with great liberality and public fpirit fa voured the Society with Accommodations for the f next Noticer is hereby given that the SHEW of FAlt CATTLE 4nd SHEEP will be fioldcn before the Society Thjirfday the 8th of April in the Stable Yard fcud Object at wliicrj will Wedncfdiiythe 7th of for inrceprtionpf fiich Cattle and Sheepas are intended to bo ex J intend to OJDCE of at ia Saturday the adth to meet the GRAND Undw DINJJ All ORAKOEMEN whoplcafc may t and it is tha thofe who iuttnd to do will leave their Natties at tne 66 or before that may be prepared be on the table 15 iibited for agreeablyto the ft is expected that each Bead will he led to the Place of 4 ilrong rope Or and fufficiently fccured to prevent A General Meeting of Society will be holtlcn on the and lotli of 13 each in to ballot for Members the and cWe precifciy at Each Candidate for muft propofcd arid fe a one at before he ballotVed the Subfeitiption to oajd tifrie of pro pofhifr On eieh ofthiefp days the Society will dine thef at Commercial Buildings Dinner to dinltijjWtji the are apply IP Atwtll for requcft that Farmers poflefied of StocV of any rewand ufcflil Implc of or other matter iutereOing them vJ kf he diffcfcnt jnay not come within i m 1 Jl O I C 1L 4 THE TRtjSTEEvS of are tbettbfjMtaHn Bri on Monday the 19th Day of at to ELECT a in the Room of the Sir MoaoAW Cror Signed by order ioth ROBERT andidates for the Prcmiijra offered for the TEN1 beft fincc the of re in their Namet and of ANJde to the Afrit Claims for this v t naff or any alteration in the former Pr are reqlieftcd to communicate the For Support of the MEATH HOSPITAL to COUNTY v of DUBLIN SERMpM be preached in on the xift By the GUJJERT Whtrelhe attendance and benevolent contribution the Huntane Affluent are mpft earneftly Excellency the Loan LUUTKNANT been graciouity RBOESDALE tFftt under the Aft of ttoJon between Great Briuin and for want of fonv diflifttltiei Knd doubii had trifen on the principle of fncccflion to feats jo that Honfeflltlie for Me of he of any Noble Edrd already eholen under the AeVWWntotl for it becameneceflary to revifcfomuchor that relafed to the His Lordthip thert foregave nbtkt that he fhpuld on tomorroir inoVefof ft Committee totake the fanie into j The of 8LIGO the dlf cuffidn the of Union in Iriflt many Noble were aware of the difficulty alluded to by the Noble and had their objections there were many in the fncctflion td the which occurred under the peri would be mare properly mentioned in jthe Committee moved by the Nobte aiid f6f which he iflibuld fe i l r the on table1 were fekdin thTeir and the Houfc I HOUSE OF MAJRCH ifliApdnglhefe t Ihan at therrfpK tinned a an propriety take Hekie wife to get rid of M wettoottkit n no More difficulty In their of two r tncn iVn llf ad appearance of beir vi requefted annual Sub to who attendstvery at the BoardRPonv New Of iethe laft tor their Annual By T I In the laft year admitted for and upwardt of 1460 Externs were re lieved with Medicine and Medical and Surgiral and huftiancly confcutcd to give their afliftance in the P rformance of SACRED AfusicTVIccTeA for the of ihofc wno cannot will btreetived by Dr and Solomon Vorkftrttt Philip Damcftrect Richard Sackvillcftreet Patrick MeatHftreet Cufack and Treafurtr tb the HOSPITAL A CHARITY fupport of fTHE LYINGIN Will be preached on the In the Parifli Church By the Honorable and Right the LORD BISHOP Of KILL Excellency the LORD LIEOTENANT has been plcitfcd to Ilguify hit intention of siciij ur INDIGENT i N Aprijli lyafcHARITy SERMON will be preached in for the RELIEF SJCK and By the i Dublin in qrder that they may be who have any V jjtifk Demands Bfcaiull the late Board of or Ord yaaiics Department to thftijoth September 1801 are furnifh them forthwith tbTnAMAs they may duly examined arid vlnid bttoreGoveri5menttwith a folkRepoit prc tu thpinVft April afterwhich time no Claim can upon any confideration of which iv are to take Signed by WUULIAM 1 of ilN JMVER SHANNON will and having into Ciontidiratian the favourable winch Itoee Kplds forth for undet This Bpard will rc ctiveProporati according to the Provifipns of an in the 40th year of his prefent Mtjtfty for Inland Navigation yi from any P Company of Pcrfons belonging to any part of the Unjtedjkingdpnrwho may be witling and able to enter iijrjon aiiu profecute difpatch and effect the Iinprove the Navigation of the River Shannon from Lough Allea anfl the Board will recommend a large and liberal Aid to be granted to who fliaU contrad for L Completion of proper for that Of fuch mentions and upon fuch as Qiall be agreed By order of the V WILLIAM PROPOSALS FOR LIGHTING THE Dircftots and Gommiffioners will receive for Lighting the Public Lamps and Globes in this and forkeeping the lame and the Furniture thereof in good from the ift of September or three as fliall he agreed The Oloben to have a Double and they arc wil if to enter yijto one or more leparate con O AT a Meeting of the Gtf ARPUNS of the FEMALE PENITENtS ia ty i6th Colonel in the Chair Refolved That the THANKS of the Terrieflcs and Guardians be given tothe the excellent and very inipreffive Sermon preached for the Support of the Female Penrtents on Sunday at which a was made amounting to Two Hundred and Twelve Shillings and Threepence they allb beg leave to prefent their Thanks Excellency the Bounty on that a Meeting of the DISPENSARY of and i6th i 5 That the Governors of this fully fcufilile of the important advantages derived to it from the very convincing and pathetic DifcourA delivered A Sunday at BAR Mt will accept their cordial AckmrivlcdtincQts aut moft re This Inftitutioti is alfo hignly very refpeflablc whb in making the Collection at the Charity Sermon tt the bene volent Congregation who fo upon the oecafiun feve JPrypofiils to be fcnt Jo h8 on or before the ift day of May fealctl and direcled to the Secretary iV the and ehdorfed Propotkb for which will be opened prclenceuif the or his at one oclock laid after which day no Fropoful will be by MALE AHOITSE in dcftitutc of Father Mother from ap is now in imiluiiient diogerpf being llwt Sublcriptions though fdme of them veryiiberal fcarce exceed One Hundred per About Twenty Orphans were Supported1 there 179 for Two Hundred and Forty including every Scanty Fun yean of fcarcity have prevcBtcd the Govtrnors filling of they hvvc apprentict fo the nundiet to amount ing whole to about One Jiundrcd and Fifty Pounds pel Annum ftiall be paid into the Dank of jUe Right by intending to contintle before the April the Governim will endeavour to ncreale number of Orphans which the Houfc can conveniently contain j but if they lie difappointed in this application to the fuch Per ions as liatl preventing fo mtlnn choly a may depend having their Sub fcriptions returned immediately after that and the Society will be thii being the fyfrrt which the Ciovcrnnra intend to jnnkv in cafe it flxnll fuccctd An Annual Subjcription of Four entitles the pcrfon xvlin pays U to bera Gavcruor or COCKMATCH to be fought at t ort the nd anil the iive following Days between the Gentlemen of the CouaticK of Ditblitt and for jo Guineas per utdioo Guineas the or odd f for ajvi for Ni prccifely at two pVlocV iach goDA 40 MAHLBOROUOHHI bcgltave to inform their lrienda and the that they fcontinvic to prepare in imitation of every Mineral with that attention to Chemical Accuracy which bargained them fuch an cftabliflied They haye for Sale a conrtaiit fupply of SODA Double and V fiiperior efficacy and purity of thefe havinj fcaivcd decided approbation of the Medical Gentle for whofe they bee leave to they hiitf lOrtly to their eUim to ptipr invention in this Kingdom eCUblilhed the Chemiftry in fhe Univerfity haying inth jtb1 1 1 nade Ulc Oil SWda Watelj In an Hx pcrimciit then itt tcrriifi of worked approbation he be jirepAred by ThSVjUte to he that the principle of the impregnation of Soda SCORBUTIC Lower from an intimate 1 knowledge of the virtues of has through Divine tro vidcncc edvded thcwoft furpoling Cures in dcetncd for the truth of which Hie tu CertJ Acatci of many respectable of both in her accommudate the who may be if with SCORBUTIC SO RE or PILES trtttn loulneft of the wilj Hccommudate them with iinall quantities of Plaiflcr and to the ncceffity of the and Suitable to their Her Medicines have been proved by experience to be an infallible Preventative againfl infcrtiuut parti cularly the to in our v iOHN WHOLKSALE tf J Sltlk gratefully the obligations owes his Friends and the fur their fteady continuance of that kind favour which he fo amply experienced on his commencement in and by his perfevering Tn thjit afiiduity attention to their as well as to the and Quality of his which has froth the firft gained him fuch adiftiuguiflxed preference to me rit a coiitinusncc of numerous country Friends fliall evf r find liberal encouragement from as any other Houfc can which makes of equal quality and thole to whom he not yet from the diort time he has been in may find it iiUcrcft to try his v well aborted with fancy and plain of genteel be an I Ji rtNANCE or Hoaiioest brought up the theJComtnit tee relative to the continuance if in and of certain for the better collection of the Ken which On being for agreeing with the nrft Refolution for continuing certain Duues iu FO31ER laid he Anuld nJrtf hen oppofc the mo the time was fo Qiort the woyld butbeViflied to gtve notice that he houldtakea future opportunitp of entering at large into the CORRY that afterhearing the obfervation of the Right he could hot avoid being dcfirous of recalling the attention of the Houfc to tte Ute of the meafure had nothing to do with any Vote of Supply of prefent it had no connection with the nor was it any manner dependant on it and any phfcrvatiort pf hi Right Friend tending to limit the continuance of thefe Duties to the duration of any Vote of Supply pafied iu muft be He wiflitd His1 Right Friepd would bend himitif more to the forms of that at he would then find not that they were materially dif in this to thofe of another Houfej but that his of which he had given and which related to a point of would be wholly ir relevant FOSTER the Right Gentleman could not call his obfervations until he had heard He fliould certainly pay every attention the of that Houfe but he could aflurc the Right that he fliould never opjwfc any mcafufe of merely on account of a pofrit of He that two months would be an amplv fufficient time for thefe Duties te be as within that period the fubjeftjniiglxt be taken up and difcuflcd There were no documents at prefent before the Or the by means of the propriety of the prefent meafure could be He did not wjdi to antici pate any of hisarguments unop was a matter of the greatefl importancts an inveftin Ration into the State of he fliould at a future enter at into its The Rcfohttiou then agreed was allb the other Resolutions for continuing the La w relative to the better the Revenue in h CQRRY prefemed account from the Commifv for the reduction of the National Debt iu ot theprogrcTs made in the reduction of the he wus ordered by an pi Oriered tolieon pea ciMTi burir IN CORRY faid be htlU iu liis hand petition from certain pcrfous refident iu wlio and alfo in that and fubjetft to a duty of 6 per upon the imported by which they fcU to be a and prajed to be relieved He leave to The petition brduglit up and CORR V faid Tic fliould merely then move for on he took that opportunity that he a future period of the mwve lp refer the petition to a Sir WJJXIAM ElFORD he did not mean toob 3 the petition lying on the but he did not Tee werp as well they the benefit oi both occupa he did not ice why they fiiould petition to Telicyed from the duty atmehcd to only one of thofsi oc CORRY He Uufted he fliould be able to ex plain thfobjciSt of the petition to the BarJnet whtnever rcgularly difcufltd but at pre fent he mud decline entering cxplaiution upon the as the Baronet had bten irregular in his till MARCH The Bill to continue the was read firft v FOSTER it was Mf intention to feme but he would uoftuone it to fomc future ftace Of the On the the order obtained on Friday for leanfefp bring in a Bill upon two TriOt Revenue Refolutions was and a new order made for a fepcrate Bill op each of The Irifh prefentcd by Crafton on Friday were ordered to be General GASCO1UNE wiflied to aflc a quefllpn relative to a fubjeA pn which there was much public ruiQour and private The queftion whether it was intended to bring in a Bill to continue the temporary aifik for bonding and allowing and wlitther it were intended to extend this fyftcm to othor goods than WeftIndia produce CHTANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER it continue the prefent As to the fecond partpf the fuch a meafure was alfo in but he would not poutivcly pledge himfclf that it would be brought CoaH The CHANCELLOR of the in pnrfu ancc of the nptice which he had given rpfe to wove for a Committee to confider the Ute el the corn trade between Great Britain and It was advifeable to give a greater facility thii in order that the wants of one part of the empire might be relieved by taking off the fuperfluity of and if any were to they fliould be not Such was principleadopted on the annexation of Wales to and fince the Union had placed Great Britain and Ireland in circum bjrtcM fuch clofc was the principle man fliould wiih to have adopted on the prc Thtrc had been wheu the differences of teices iu the two countries was prodigious laft fum werVgrain was at double the price in Ireland which it for The reftriclipns had been laid on at a time when it was the object to give to agriculture in It was therefore that the prices corn may be but when it had gpne beyond thiife prices it could not i wheat under a would fubftitute for to hJoucU better barley of thofe when there Was a thdr f in thtf if t he the people thatiliapej alfo pirita Was very ction the fif jMr If Nd betn rto but fince U mpre anwouj t way of irtents ia difficulty and teaWoo the Right had expreffed that of two be himfclf fome fnformatbmon fhp corn he had done it the nelly limilar It had ever fince when the 5 export price offered to fy the Irih Parliament waa KH bud had aObrdcd oothing but and inconfiftency of One day by another day by Orders or the He for genera revifion of tr and for an import pnte fixed on the get the prices of both co1IeSled frtm of the different prices Ireland may be at all fora large fopnljr bfcord confeqUcnce the accidental failure 6f the which formed iKe general food of the Iwer there had been a fcarcity of v that the RffcruRml Fofter had given filch a decided f port to this meafure i though there Were few L the reliance of country MAR I was ftieh asgavtl fulled confidencein the expediency of every thinjt he Ireland from an annual half a million the vcar been fo iniprovta iat as to affurd an annual export oif in the 1carcity of jthe laft the importatboliidt The rcfufalof the IrifhParliiiiii to granttythe pf eperated courage agriculture Tiie prcfcht meafure countervail its The CHANCELLOR Sir nappy that the Right Ha Fofteriad directed die attention of tfc I and hiconRltericy of thi Coil qf wjiieh VtKfa that orithtj knpw what was to be tauch mbrrfi extend to the whole fai t the part of the try from which ht camedenwd and ftoped1haljttr rrieafarc novprol pofed would be at leaft for if itvttl not found it I Lord HAWKESBURY himfclf called I in the prefcnce of a multitude who could confirm the under all the variety legiflatibn that had I the agriculture of England had I lucrewed even more than our It remained o I the with this increafcj had becoK importing Thii was occsuoncd by the in1 menle iacreafc of and the increafinfwcaltk afibrdirjg additional to ranks Of hi Bngland every man fuUfiftcdon whcatcn bread iu as had been flatcd by the Right Gentleman the people lived on a different kind of He I agreed propriety of putting the two countriei on I the footing of two It was to be wiflied by culti merchants and and the full I benefit pf theUnion would not be otherwfe The qnettum then and the laws referred to Committee Englifli and Irifh wlxo are to re port from time to fJKOAf TUB PARIS March I following ex1 difpatch from the French Minifter of Foreign Charge hw been cummuuicat ul to thejDiet at Rattfbon FdJ I think it incumbent upon me to inform I ptthc refults pf an Extraordinary Confulta of M The fcaty4f JUnevillebad conftcratcdthe exifttnce of the Republic but it there fpoke of lather about Wian iiftually The CUklplna fucceffivcly occupied by In perial and French had not the power pf govern ing It was the duty1 of the French after having enfurcd the freedom of that Country by having caufed her Independence to be acknow ledged by all the of the to call upon her to fnlnl the firfi duties neceflary to the enjoyment of j thefe The public voice of and the formal requert pf the Pfrpvilbry had on occafiony prefledthe general Confidence which that nation placed in and their wifli to receive from himbotb a definitive and the tirft choice of her Tha Firft Confnl was anxious that genera wifti of that Na tion Oiould heaccompliflicd agreeably to the principles of her He convoked the principal Citizens collected their and h by thefe opinions add thefe that her Conftitutioh and have bceu The Goveijnmcnt of the Republic feels that the tran quillity of Europe upon the tranquillity of each State which a part of After having made the greatcft efforts to terminate a War which fqr fo long a titoe defolated it hopes that the influence pfcoot wifdom ia all thofe Nations within the fphcrc of will deftroy all uncertainty ami The wifeft Ci tizens of the Italian reflecting pn the diverfity of elements of which they were became that to prevent injurious effect which nigh t ;