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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - March 25, 1802, Dublin, Dublin r i 0OLONY k J 4 A on Thurfday SlClC W INIHOENT Aprij will be preached in AnnV IpWJMGEjhlT On board the in the foad T an the opera of the fleetof he jts t h this letter ttx titjSRfk INDIGENT T MONTHLY 8 Iaid i 9 r tained the fquadron till the I4th morning of the I clofe BelleIfle theditifion from ar fhis reiidezvous the diyiiSort I ftretchsdasfajas in hopes of finding fulfilled your iti anil the did hot permit me prolong tbiai Iioade fail for inagetl cqhfideraii by left command to be rc obliged to andio not thougU I the Ingate ipdelajr hduri the ft r 2 J A 0j4 I have cifficfcr i 935r iAV i nf ir lady ertt n bufindi 5 ind ny his pcrfevering as well has from lied preference to intry friends fliall eyer find as at frombin any Houfe can and thofe to from tfte fliortiimc he hat been in I it their toureft to try v ted with fancy and plain v id of gtntcel will be taken an at the V r and andTuitiori in Geography and ao per and6 Ouinni EntraiKJe j npoathe fame teems With1 fer jiehoolt iiW begs leave to refer tuch be informed of his moral and tlwr dotiei ofS Wn to the of the attd Revi Cuftlekhock School fituated in o iotatly detached tfoin any otljcr the ajrIsremiMwWy pUreaud to difpitciifor i with hittlivrir the caminiued its at proprietor of the uud new Gentry thatl ftipplied with a and tcafiire J5RESS ready made in the neauOi of the bctt Materials and wy jnodJsrate and Frcik Curricle and and StockjneWefci an4 VTaiftcoatf tod every AifPi a fafliUnablc ASbttment of and FANCY nay be hours iicc ltn made agreeable to their Kcafurc ia the tttwrft ttithotttanj Af of the a African Iher Touflairit bad retaitmd colony ipf the or fw iu eneanti he generous A t and ileferVfc a grand national recom orinkinUle tlie flames of civiiwarj t6 glut an taipbition cruel as unbounded You know better than any Government partook of our fuice we had to be equally pre pared forwar or pur nieafurta to thefe equally t had reached the of La and had provided myfelf with fome fltiliul whom I feut lor JVom Monte thfe troops were divided into three Thie tinder the orders of RearAdmiral wai in teiidpd to difembark at a body of the command pi which the General in Cniet gave to General The under the orders of Captain to difeuibarkat the bay of Mancenille the division of General and to fecond his at tack Fort I conttufted yihe renVof the fleet and the forces which General Leclerc had relerved take pofFjtfion of the CapeTown and the important the On the of the ad of hav ing finiihed all our I made a fignal lor RearAdmiral Latouche and to execute their orders and on trie morningof the prelented my with the reft of the arma before the You are Citizen tliat the entranceof the fu ibr yefTelt of every is not without danger to hips of the line of tne fame rate as the Jt it practicable only with the high wind which rifes regularly io the arid blows during a great part of the the I ordered4he Irrgates anil the AiguiUe cutter ip fail at the eturince of he to difcover if there were arty buojs put ftnd iu reconnoitre the Hate oi the The Irigates made fruitlefs irivate to the and the lattet having grounded the Fort Piccolet fiieu on her with red hot Lieutenant the Commander of this fmall did not defifi from and anchored irt theRoad of the although the buoys were On theie a mulatto named who exefctfed the fttnftions of Port at the came on board my veflel Solar from confeiitihg to pilot the he declared that the Black had ordered him to acquaint thttthi whiteil L jk iil i x1 A t 1 rctufed ttJ 6f i whom Loavenu could onj frencbGc toChtU unjuft ntfer inflexible minatian to burn the ind bMttflg jjfeelfi fquadron Jofephhadb MichttlcojBti m i if Ml take pofleflioa j foftMi IS k to the Chief iooi had by the re and theirlrrrariable The iwentjt uV the ISwip afi ibtf fht Syr cefs of iie the entrance jtp annbttiiice f the troopif nto Gtiitf itoos Fort that j ibji ndinr all if the the thtir out and that adVap favourable btcezet might in time tp ifaye wme part oil the toAViu He agreed to this be tinmediiteljrput at apd Captain took them under his Ed by towards he was prevented by the calm from rig there S during Qn the divifian ot nad not reached tfieir when an of General Rochrirobeau brought me difetches from neral in and details from Captaiii of the expedition to Fort TheUlacks hadoppoled trie difembarkation in the Bay of exclaiming No French at the fame time firing on Magetu eflfefted his with equal activity and addtefs ahd while the troops were on their march to Fqrt he made his divifiou withi the faine to force the narrow and difficult pafiage leading to the The calm Iruftrated his teal for fouie General Rpcbambeaus had time to turnthe Forts of Labouque and where the Blacks At laft Captain was enabled tb prefenc himfelf before the received with a difcharge of TVp rounds made him matter of that he a derable quantity of cannon Here all veils were removed ii torn the defigns ofs the by finding orders written ByGeneral Chriilophe to the Commander ofthe order ing him to fink French to defend himfelf td the andfif forced to re treati 9 burn every thing behind The gallant conduct of Capuin and the expreu requejft of the GenefaVio calls upon you lor the encouragemepvdf Vhe to rai fe him immediately to vhe rank of RearAd ills talents anoVfervicesdemasrd thi dif 1 waited with extreme till this difembarkation was effected on tlje 1 djd not lofe fight of the under and the4 along all the and the of lome of the difcovered the defigns of the As foon as 1 thought the debarkation I Le Stfyion Le triote to prefent theuifelves before the in order to draw the attention of the Aj foon as the Scipio came off the cannon began to play upoa her and ball I had drdeted Captain of the porirtp inboT the Scipio clofe bjr as todemoUfh it j but might prerebt from executing this order Thfe land wifid began to blow at the slppfoach of when the height of the and the reflectionof the announced tlw burning of the end we Were bbligett All night to behold the without having it in our power to tender the wretched inhibitanti any On break of the had not reached the I called the Optiiin of tht ajid liking advantage of the v joined fleet in tle f tfmt Wt to r r fed The he repaired his hip5 ojproent fo airivallrft yous off Cape the fame day with reft the kKh it the ammunition al plti vate thought it pmper the events our linreftrved attention to the thterefts lvepulbUcand of T in the n can time Citiien the aflurances ot my refpeftf tat TO t of v Wliatevcr may be your origin and an freey all equal before Doraiugoj hsrbeen the pjrey 0f aiid torn and foreign put embraced the FteV ahS fMroriud them peace and are recouciled to one auothdrf and harefwom to befriends and Coiie you alfo to the and tb With a Bghlof your frieuits and bretliren of Europe Gbvemnkeijtt fendi you GfllptaitfJSenerai he iy it h hmi great ajjaiuft your am agairift the ciiemles of If it be laid to Vkeffiforctt ntnt to Jipriotjouaf LittrtjJ do you RtpuUie ifiiUnAtfufftr it totttaktnfrtm v Rally arouiNJI your Captain He you abundance and rally trouod K He woo dares fcparate liitnfelf fronrt lie Captain a traitor to his country and he wrath of the Republic as the fire deVoura your dry caacib Signed Firft Hi of tO CITlZffN TOOSSAINT tO V VBRTU JN CHIEF THK ARMY Of JiO Pence JEngland and rope4 which liaferajfed to be flrft degree K power iricf alfo SnduCedthr Republic tptake iwueffitfn of We thi tjjer Citizen brotlierinlaw wUh the rghkof Captain Firttjviagiairate of thtf 1 He is atteiided bja force fuclj aa ttf niiUc the foiereigiity of the people In thefc vircuuuUiKci wfe ftancr ourfwfy tfiat you wll J proVe to usraud Francf gcneriUthe flu ceriiy of the fentiinenis which you have tJiprefled leitcrs wliicli you bafo Writ ten us Veiiifve conceived an cfteera foryoiii we feel a pleafure iu acknowledging aird the great tervkces you have rendered to the Drench if its colours wave iu it is owing to you antl voitr brave Calied by your talents and the force 6f tirtum to the chief yoii haveextinguiibed civil impofed a reftrarint the fome ferocious reUored to its proper reli ang the ot froni whom all things The Couttitution you racludcs inany gooU but contains alfo others contrary to the dignity fovereigiity of the Freacbr of whicn Domingo is only a 1 circumftantjcs in which you have been placedt furrounded by without being to derive afltftancc from the have legiti ihated the articles of ttrii which would be But now things have
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