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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - March 23, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                to the Dr cree of Majtftys High Court of Chjtnterv in tnadeih I w hereby rtqwire alt I having or Ijij ruraSrjiufn aflechng the Kftatei of 8ir ni0t and Pctrr HaytJnck and Burharar qthcrwife hit and Anthony v Thomas Dame MaryNutfenVHenry and do come in before me and prove their Icveral fill or before jhefirft day of May otherwife they will lie precluded the benefit of faid iSth WILLIAM any further information that may be I i I it I r PURSUANT the Dec JL cree of Court if Chauccry in Ire land made in this 1 will on Monday the lath day of Aprjl at two oclock iti the in the Chancery fet up and fell by Public Cant to the heft and liiglieft all that and thoft the of BaMncawimuy in the Colinty of acom jetent part for the pUrpofes in faid Decree men inh day of r STEUARY wilt girts any fuftherlnformation that Srty HOUSE OF if John and John rhintifllt Sir John Moft Noble William Mar qttis of and O thcrti nthony Efi T l jJl High tugefltj Court Chancery in Ireland inthjs bearing and date the id day of I hereby require all n having or Iu Eftateof Sfr Jamei aiid Sir Peter do come in before me and prove their feveral demands on or before the firfl day of May they will be pre cluded the benefit of faid iBth ilay of WILLIAM 4t anyfttcthcr information that maybe JL COUNTXpP M or unfurnifted for h Terra a be agreed immediate Off ICESand GARDENS of near containing i 4 tif choice large and wVtli everyiiniure and Stabling for fourteen other The Houfe and with 6 of furrouad td with ninefeet The are well planted with every of wall awl other a good and Application 4 to wfio will give au order to any wifhlng to fee the Houfe KINGS TpS ufton of MOITNT within fowr of the Grand k conlittcrable quaotitjrof remirkably fullgrown Birch and fit for of any be received by hear John and Cafcf will fhewthe K U is cxpeAed that half the purchafc money will puid on the day ff and the remainder properly ured in two equal each at the end of a COUNTY OF be 9 FEESlMpLE within about twelve miles fet at FIVE and IOtTNDS PER ANNUM t The by the Tenants having and regularly For further particulars apply to Public pppofite the Commercial OF ftom i ft ofMay for A iuctvTerm aj may be agreed about 800 Part the MANOR of Eftate of fAMuri It intended to fubdivide the prefeni 477 into feven Farms of about eo or The other Will PC Ltt according to the prelent fublifting Di on account fome uf the land being iUt of heart and ill laid as might be expedcd at the expiration of a 99 the Propofals hould he inadequate to the and real value cf fuch before they nrv will be properly laid down and no I wiU be given till the lair value ftiall be the Manor of Gullmullin is generally fome of the beft Land in arc iituated about 14 Miles from to tlie South Weft of the Road from Dublin to are near Summcr ami alwur midway bet ween Alfo toNbe the ift of next tht adjoining of containing about 43 about 5 part the of RAi called LITTLE fituated near above So Acres of the of NEW about 3 from Kinnegadv Proposals in writing only are to be addreflcdto RALPH Hotel from whence they willbcimmcdiitely to him to the March iSrH low Proprietor of the returns the diftinguifltd he has laid Tavctfl and now rclpecfuUy and that he h fitted up Iparcd to renderthe perfctit fnr reception of Families and pentlenicii and he Irave it tc ftudjr to give general to tUoie whn are plcafed honour him with their StibUnj and Fehriiary i8ox THE THE DirctfofS anl fcomiaifllpfters receive ffir the Public and in this an4 for the fame and the Furniture thereof iu good the I ft of September or three fhall lie agreed The to have a Double and they are wil if to enter into one or morc feparatc Uac or contra for the i PropofaU to be Cent to on or before the ift day ot May fealed and 4tireacd to tire Secretary the cudoried fot Lighting1 which will be opened in the pretence of the or hit at one oclock on faid no PropoCJ will be Signed by i thd utupofcef wwjving a new writ for room of torA jolm Duke of In making motion imprejfcd by whfeliiie couW fearce jiye he eonTidered the high ge neral whieh tii IHike oi Having expatiated at grtat character a NoMeinatt wd M and ftated that afraaft aSgreater misfortune couldrn0t havjB happened to the tountryat firefcnt tjiafl of lhafc exalted he by moyiogi a new writ be iflucd to fetWiii for the room of Lord Joha now Dnke of Coat r moved tlie order the day tor the reading of the Irirtv Dutiel OotttiiHiation the quettinn for tKc ffcond FOSTER that the objecl of ihe TjilJ hp fore the Horiffe to continue oucc elcvcn different of and duiieji to the iiiiount df The bill bcvn brpight inin a they were completely uVcii by tiirie to prepare for Its Money Bifis in had utriforrnly origiriated1 in the Committee of and ami berime the fubjeiflof fcvei al v bint bill it of d which not to not one of diiurocrated ia the Ipww diftjic tion had been taken between a ObmnUtfeeof and where theSup add where they but fie of eparuttni that this bill in a fimiJar predicament with Supplies voted for the fer vicf of the and that have originated in a Committee There HO in exiftence it hould not have originated neither the formation of th Confolidatcd nor witKrefpciflto Civij which had been alluded to en a former oc CK81 Lift was voted in 1703 not a grant of the but rather preventing from emcifing certain rightt the Civil charged on tht Confolidatrd and rhuft be cotifidcr cd only as annual There were ft vftral other which muft be in the fame light tamongft them was one on account of the Oifcctn Hone of in who were provided for under the aci of There alfo far the pay ment of Treafury Thefv wefc no made pay able at any particiirar bpt the Parliament of aWare of the ariiount of them in had uni formly voted a fuia to pay which were ontftanding but the Treafury was not nay a ingle bill out of itsfundsTheqvitftion tobeconfidered a permanent or a temporary measure If every article of the permanent charge was it amount to continued by thn bill he would tike at to the other rclour would make a ium of if the permanent charge of wa fet off agaihft there would remain which muft undoubtedly fall within the province of tle Conjmilrce The whole of the in to be apphd to the fervicc of the tbubillwas hurricti through the fo ai not to he There another objrdt of thU to continue utoner that previous to the whilft the aft of Uniort had altered all hole This bill continued aNove joe duties on the of al of which were thead of Union which Were impofed when Ireland foreign coun and which the aci of Union Jiad there this it themnnufao of irelandroud go on with confidence or he oWcricdtp the prefent by might be akered during the prefent yet it apptarcd that were to be continued for nine he could not approve of this it went to pUce the of Ireland in a ftate of the greateft thrynot knowing jri cpnfcqaence how they were to regulate their they were to Hie duties to be eorjtiniied by the per Cent reperd of which the Gentleman Corry had himfelf prefented a petit and which it uuderftood squally to be What kind of M the time of enacting a an intention of repealing it The Houfe called upon to direct attention to th ftate of and upon what How many papers relative to tlut country had been printed nice the Union t ind one wlirh ptirported to be an account of a and the of a whole year with the requifite and when thefe were they were found to be oaly fur He did not know to what this to be it was to the propenfrty iin to Iriflimeu of making He was of that the fobjeift demanded an and minute exa and he thought it ncceflary to the Houfe the fit nation of tfiat it he fairly year the balance of trade againft Inland to the amount of whilft iu the year 786 it was in her and Cnce that thtre was a taking and of out a which In the whole to The llsipping of Ireland had Her which in was increafed in to whilft the debt of Great Britain even doubled within tlie fame Such a it muft furely be every eare on tlie part of Par and every degree of on the part of jcftys The courfe of Exchange hero againft Ireland for four years and for four or Cvc years flic hadWii in the habit borrowing money from Great This fituation rendered ftill wnrfe by the increafe of who from the country tnuueufc Upon the whole IrcUnd was drained of at leafi a nothing went into feemed a whicli Iwd nt ver bten able to ewncfSve hpw the country could fuftain fuch a continual without re ceiving any thing in If notice of the lunation of roroufe the at of the there no aifinnicc wan in his powir to give relative to the which he would not thearfulty in cafe the fionfe to wifh oppolc th nimtion of the alluded tn iu tni fora fliort pe the money might he immediately wanted but he objeAed to thit was to be con tinucU for nine it prevented them from doing thing relative to the during the prcfent Why cwuld not filU be yotedin fame manner for for two the fubjcd might then be and the ftate of IreUnd difcufledc let a new hook rates be formed that and all the old obfolete flruck He was decidedly of that the bill ought to be tinucd twr two inftead of nine for which period it was now propofed to continue it CORRY he hould trouble the Houfe at hprtly as poilible reply to what had fallen from the Right Gentleman had juft fat down If the had not been aware of the in it would have icarcely beiin pofluble to know to what part of the JCingdom The Right that he Corry had drawn f melancholy of the fituation of re thai it ought to CAJI the atientiottof the Houft in a very particular that The Gentleman was he had drawn no melancholy piiaurc of the State aor it ncceflary to fo io order to draw tfcc attcntiao of Parliamot to the tfcat f Hie mlnufadofetof Ire UwaMo be lt to the but to a ragmf Irfl frtr trifle to Iclecl the year that eflfecVwere fefc In their and which therefore could not be fairly lajten ample to hew the ftate of He aware and ought to that the decreafe fome of the of Irifl exportation were owing merely to the operation of temporary wlncji it was tmpof fiblc to forefee or to preventThe diftreffed ftate of thp confumen iii in every part of King from the fcarcity which hjid un douhtedly contributed to lower thexbufumption in boih and particularly in the prfacrpal branch of IVifli But was owing to the very great price to which the Linen Manufacture had which undoubtedly a very great effcA upon itt file be Clufc in cflnfequencc of the unparalleled high of that the country had their But tlve Right Gentleman had for Srt to add for if hf had not he ought to have atedF whit wan the cafe that branch of manufacture in the prefent kqew that the de mand had again increafed to a very CBofideraTile and that there1 every probability of the flock being taken It wouM have but candid if Right 5tntlemiHf had joined thefe tpwe which fell from him in the coptfeof tVnh regard to what ha4 fallen from the Right Gen tleman rcfpeccing the mcreafe of the dbt of he was miftaken if he fuppdfed that he was communicating anyiceret to the for Corry had the ho nour of ftating it dlftihclty fo the Houfe laft when he ftated the and for to what he had faid about the courfe of xchange being agamft furely the Right cuwld net lup pwfe it in thepowerbf the or even of Par littment to remedy he really did not to hear an observation of tint kindfrom the Right becaife he muft knowthat could only be remedied by the fcale being turned in fa vour of which could not be effccled at once by a parJianicatary But he wUlicjdl to afk Right Gentleman to point out which it in the power of Admiuiftration to prbpofe for the benefit of Irelatid that had been neglected HcTt he could not but lament that the Right but with The lrf ween the the Revenue exceeded edly would have been the of the and and a n He excuXe The fogh him to have that there 1 rcafury of The tW not yet come to ftate thefituatlouof Ireland upon this have an opportunity of he came and for thai country hut theli Oeutlcmm knew that not remained in the Treafurytrf at not a flulljng l had not attended his place previous to the Chriftroaa if he he would have heard the Chancellor of the Exchequer the moft anxious folicitudc about the ftate of that country he would have heard him cx prtfs a with to ayail himlelf of the wifdom of Parliament with regard to the article of Article fo import ant to and one from which fhe derived fo much Gentleman that if the produce of that article had not beth fo abundant at it owing to the of and could not with any attributed as a fault to He muft be that to thcfame canfe only mult be attributed the general dcereafcin the exportation and particularly of The Right Hou Gentlennn when he fptakiug of the of ought to have ftated that many of the which he could only be attributed to temporary and iiiforcfceu caufesj and were therefore nnt in any de gree to he confidcrcd an He there that the good fenfc of of country and would not fuffvr them to bealarmed at the ftatemtnt which the Gentleman thought proper to The Gentleman had com that the trade of Ireland had notbeen attended In arifwer to he could only bfg tf to look to the Rills which paflcd laft Stilion fur Dwnding of fugar and uf a Iyficni which hadnever been in that country except in the ar ticle of He had made thefe few htcaufe they related to a which to him to be extremely When he came to ftate the Supply and Wayj and Means for the he fhouUl have au opportunity of going more into detail upon the fub jiCL He now at iflue with the Right Gentle man upon two The point of and the principle of the Meafrtre umlcr The Rijht Gentleman had long been arqirainted with the forms pf another Houfe of which now no longer but he appeared not to be in the forma of the Houfeof which he now a Beth laft and on the prcfeiit oo Corry he as he bound iu duty to conformed himfelf to the rules and and the prefent was exaclly conformable to thefe rules in adopting this line of he conceived he was a3 ing in conformity to his and vonfequently he free from every imputation of The permanent were iuitcoafidered as ahargcs for the ferviceof the current but the Right Gen tleman had that they ought to be voted In the Committee of and provided for In the Com mittee of and In the Committee of Sup ply it was only to vote the Supplies for the ftr vicc of the current and the proviuons made in the Committee of Ways and Means were only to cover what voted in the Committee of The proviilotii made in not fnr current but for permanent and therefore they could not have been votcU in the Committee of nor provided for in the Committee Ways and Means he therefore that beJhad upon this occafion in ftricSl conformity with the and of toe With regard to the principle in difpute between objeA to fnpplics to cover per manent he wiflied to follow the example of Great Britain this fo fttctffary to the fecu tity of the public On the other the Right GTeutlcmat and he confencd it appeared to have fontetfting of a rtfcmhlance to a bull to make an annual jjrovinon for permanent Corrys to put tlie public Creditor and the with regard to the Civil Lilt wail chafer for a upon a better footing titan they now This was the difference the Right Gcnfleaun aud and he would leave it to the Houfe to decide which the wrong had upon a former oceafien and ftated his to the Houfe for not in the pre fent to make thefe for permauent charges alfo He had ftatcd jthe prefentfituation of Public the impoffibility of kuowiag what Eftablifliment it might be to keep what the amount of the Loan netcflairy for pre fect year might on which to form a calculation for iiroviding for the what might be made in the collection of the Revenue of fo to incrcafe He bad the of ftat that very great had been made in the collection of the Revenue of that under the Adminiftration of the prefent Lord Lieutenant Lwd through the of Gentlcmaa to whom that country greatly and of whom would fay raoreJf he had not now the honour He would only thai by ing called to fill the tlut Ireland had fuf tamed a very ftvcre It to him that it would haye been improper for under ail the to have attempted the profeut BiU to lift year that Goveriimtht coutdtonbh without the rity of the and when the and to be voted to cover the of tlic all remaining in die Treafury at be brought to the credit of the Tbe Gentleman had contended that thn Act was to the Aft of bccaufc if propofcd to Duties which were olffwkte j but in this he becaulc it the fubjecl to the varioui dilicatioos which had been perfectly confident with tlie Acl of It not enact the Duties as they butattbejl after thf Acof Right alfo contended tkat re were inconfiftent with the ASt Of Union j bttt thfi wij for AA contained ao they would bethe fubjoift of feparate kni i they came before the would be tnouj to The Right Gentleman hfcd il that from nature U to objcel to ahv of the it lit could not fee upon xxnat ground the Right HpJu tlcman made luck an bccaufe it per competent to any Gtiulcman tu oppofe any out of Duties which it waapriipoftd ly thistBill to tnaft Right Grmltrpan Imd next proorcdtd Upon jThe CUufe at the the which id lc during the prefent and had l bppbrtunityof mirkiiig ibme which ap rather upon the which hu place laft year the upon Tea and that he had been obliged to alter Bill The fad the upon Tea had apd therefore it to bring Bill not from auy defect in the original 1 regard to the duty there was anincrcaftitth duty that article in Great on flopping of the Cqnvoy and confcquentlf necelTary to do the fame in Ireland U would have but candour the Right when he nuii fuch pofuive to alfn dated thofefidi the AS to what he Jtad faid about the Clwfc altering Bills thjc courfe of he could ol it was the conftant in this and Sect attended with tlieaaofl Ovuli that kind were introduced the moft important fuch the Income and the AfTcffcd Tax Bill a indeed the more important Bill the mure ntc fary iuch a cfaiile He ferry it lud been for hias to take up lo much of the time of the bu he totally differed from the Right Gentleman vf the point of form a radical paths at the Hv in point of differed from in thcpiAurelK bad drawn of ftate of be differed him iu what he had faid about paid by tie United Ptarliamcut to the aftVirs of He elf a living that the people of Ireland had found in the United Parliament not only a but a pa ternal aftd he was tlic RJght Gentlcnaa jrould he didjif he had not unfortunitdy difappraved of the mcalure of There point which he forgot to notice the Right GentU man had that the of the Parliament of Irt hnd who were upon the Civil were no longer upon it not the they ftilt remained upon the Civil Lift it only the of their that wen paid out of ot lur He felt great concern for havinj been Obliged u intrude fo long upon the and tnrflcd rtiahlu for in explanation that he had atlov ed the indtiQry and were tfc which dnabfed ti to kecjp up agiunft the rut of exchange agaiuft it 5 he would the piAurc ht liurtJoiie of the beggary M he not alfo knew jthere were reme for Bill was for the current fervice tat and ought to have followed rcfpcdj ing fuch The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER tke Bill was not a Bill of nor to provide fur current fervicc of the year it to provide permanent duties aafwcr permanent He would not attempt to enlarge on what had been fo aily urged by Jus Right Friend but allured the Right Gentleman that he unfounded in his idea that the Houfe did not look with a watchful eyn to the of It had always fo fuice the It the intention of his Majcftys Miiiifters to continue to do fi5 and thould they even fltcw an inclination to leep on their port in regard to he fpre there a fjairit in tlie Houlc that would roufe them tbcir flumberi and fpur them on to their ORMSBY approved of the plan fated1 by the1 two Bjeht Geiulamen Addington and wko bad done fo much and given the Hou fcfo much particularly the of a permanent for the permanent Debt of He corrtxCUd fome of thf Oatcmcntt   

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