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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - March 30, 1802, Dublin, Dublin TJft fAtttt LEGISLATIVE The of and s de An the Government for convoking the d Germiriai 6th nf Apfi1 was rea The the foifliotAvitich of the jiitt renders ihe irting you fixedfor to rjiorrovv no tif day In confluence I of teglflative Bodyi that in of fhe article ot the the year io is reSa rnfflogf fromrthe FirR Ginitil to tbtroratcMs in ymirlf nil the lately intro jthe spoored w f thftXegiilatiye JBifldy yet fof he ejepen an extraordinary ieffion of by i Government upon faid Plenipotentiary hatf i i w j rt er forthf IpfVpf Outi ttiseyen prftflnded tht the towu of Embden 4ahd tljeifide of tJpper tiii of Extrabrdinavy SefTioo from tyUrch vtlft Mpirk 121 Buvam hat ordered all the Fo reign found in the Monaflerjes of tlieit own bear their fix the of Auguft for the journey of ttjielr Catholic Majeflies to where they to the King of Ijlaples vfMt Ws daughter Aw is deftirtcd to marry the Ponce of A body pf ftww1 mien is to be Irormsd near in btder tp enteriain MJefties with milijfSjfy fame letr teris announce the appointrrent of the de as that the tnunt del is deflined for the de Caftiefrancp for that to and Frias forthnt to 1 ivfrifvjjVi t By Leltwt Tram we are informed that there has been fcen board a hip a prlfoiier a whom they were to tHeSiateV of America t no n cpuld difcover wjio of the nffaif at Cape Francois has at Brefl in it is 4 he advaiocedgimrd of the General in Chief had taken the wife of the Black General Grand Signior was much at hearing of the a ffafli nation he Many of the and it is fatd that nf be feVit It is uncertaifr whether army will be com manded py the Cfptan A correfpondence Pdfwari Oftlou iih cerrajn been Turks who were concerned iL sment hatihg Ordered cprdpn to be the purpofe orf the Brigandslrom en tering with the conluu rhe nave plaOed fuch a manner as to protect the This prt urtfing rotn friendfhip and good neigh has given rile to a the Danes were about to march hoflilety upon Ham Mortk The French Commiflary arrived here from A great numb r of officers returning from iifo Courier is arrived Romttj Courier is arrived charged Vith nvhich is faid of Ihs tan the laws till thoy n tp op the pffiM Deceived March The day thePrefidenil at Paris the a member of Jde they are to re fide qualify of J f tnghr6r7aff myal preparatjoss The Militia JafMnigbt fortworoonthi general dpinjon he flla i v which vwrt bV isaroin noverian fiiBiWhWi rujit otrtne motives jreatt of the Cltil during jtlieir Neither wit eafy to fiippofe rejivilte arer now daily and ii in this to J De lunft QSrringtftfw Bradf W Irtrtittj A Vr it to the Emperpr he 7T T j T v Miiiiftef M the firil thefe two years Ramfeyi Edmohflone j the Eari of Grey de to his titfcs1 aud of the by Sir Among trie hobiiuy at for thl firft jirne this The Arcnbtftop o and qf the introduced to his After rthe conferences with when the returned to Buckingham The Confervative Senate have nominated rhe 249 Mprnbers and the 80 Vlembert of the who ate to remain iti office for the prefent The nomination received the the Chief Among the names of the Members we do not find diftingujfhdd themWvej by their Civil The who are to come in in the of ttofe that go vvere Should be prevailed upon to accept the place of Firfi Confwl to the botch he w jJIbe no longer addrefled by he name of Ge neral Gonful but Conful General to all the new v made An articie from of the that a ifrom Domingo was feen entering the Pott of fo that further intelligence froin thar Colony mrty fq m be The firft article the Paris head in the Journal des is s March 20 4They generally f of with England as an event very and no longer The MoHiieur has wrfttetviti recantation of the abufe which it indulged in Winfkthe Eogliln by that the article co pied from a new called The Bulletin de publiOied twice in a or ten 1 his that the French Government ihouglit the article demanded an On Tuefdiiy afternoon uuiwJrjaHy regret Henry Earl His Lordftiip was taking a the New and it is pre was lazed with an attack in his compelled htm to go into a houfe bh th fpot he was taken AsNopn as was in Ihe he was juft aftle to for accidemly family HJS diredlly afterjbecamefpeech lels and Heavifide was fpm and went immediately hfc found his Lordlhip in an apopledic fit he diredly wrote to berg to bring inftamly a andin the mean tiroe bled him in the temporal and other means till their unfortunately hisLordihip uryived bnly an hdur The Theatre of at been gwjuad happily tlieTheaire licivacpident caufe Its place between thepP ft jrntii IV is aid i On opay aHi oineoc brother Mat t in ivcinien of the qf Ivisr ved fenfes tyl He and demoded lrt Mild tfat flieiCOttlfl immediately cailfeveralvmen made the leaft arrived from the icdiintiyj ahd having a drab great ana1 boots iferl he was qpjy a fte difeo from which had been torn open in thii not the nhii wifh a gpTd vaTtift itVihe fhatched it1 mil alfo faw Ms pofMively tefufing to let he called roCorneand mur1 IM voices were heard at teain attempted tf get rbe rjngv Vfe pjv was fafe below f this the ionly of ffcaplug wlfh knucked lier and uaftved ouit of th no one pre vent he made his way into Chandqs place hardly parnlleled for infamy of ns inha of the town of the very worft the conftifcd ftarp His by f he and fuddeunefs of he whole by the chimney five f he room and of living prsciired aififtaticeirom went to but found no On TUefday the of the a Woman ocarnined befori at BowHreet but there not being to criminate they were is to be in for keeping a diforderty had Upwards of in in a private which he foMunately He is much hurt on his and jewelry bf theQjteen of Portugal has Jjeen trarisfered hither for the purpofe of ratfmg Vpr tlt if a Ioani of mote than Haifa minion on at ao ihtereft of 8 per lor tw6 years j and if not rapid at thai jewels to be The Gourfe of Ex rifen confiderably in qonfe the A fwJffLwHp througij jhe Point at on tuerday recog nized by ilw late of the ai otie ot the Hngleatlert jn the Mutiny ori board He accordingiy feCured and taken otheMSJn wheiji he confeflfed to feveralQffictrs that he was the perfqn that killed and threw him young and the fenant at the time of the He now to i he Bittern Sloop of and been em ployed five yeap in the Captains boat ofrhat during which time he haft behaved himlelf ex tremely A celebrated Naval Charndler being in thfc juft before the commencement of evinced Iriuch coriefuy toexamlmn fhip ofthe Jiine therrpn the and fuppofed b be fineflmodetof naval architeaurethen the plan of her confliruclion was not intruded to be made and parricularly where it was likely tp benefit another permiffion was peremptorily refufed him by the to watch the progrekof her Provoked and the gallant Cnprain turned upon hisheeVand exclaimed Ipudly in the hearing of the Great Man to e had No no matter I hall tfon have the plcafare of feeing her at Two curious dwarfs were pre fented a few days ago jo the Miniftenjf the Inte rior at The who is to years of is z6 inches His face Is figure is welt to a Pretty the moft per feel her are exquifitely turned ihe play the piano very nnd dances with mych yeari pf arid 35 inches M to take pfcip on From thcfe jthc motion he ittd fti f t wjn for 6ntthird of luke tu his 4 lifted to the ftr allowance aud amoilnted to count on prompt payment 64 The 44to be paid to EtWI mR the contributionson and for incideutJil of the Lottery fi The nixt ReioJytiDa the funt of of the had to for tra off tne which ifltiiwj three now in thi poueffion of next whiofi he the had objea of 1 Viucent and Lord from the confequeaees oT the againft fbtift ipT AdimrAlty for having detained neutral and otherbf claims df thole gallant foUndedHJn i cipleg of national honour and duty of the public to Wtend TJ dcwiwd oun vai at the any of the frtiaeli i it dctenolncd to change amityjwat o J that eompenfatiou flioiiTd be the It that in fotmer Parliament bad becii applied to in to Grey from the Sects of thofe other intfancci had Gncc occurred of fimilar io confeaucncfr of thofc Noble Lords pay large of money for having obeyed this o f if Partiament did not ThcCuA required Hchad informing the thatf fgin every claim the of their obedience to the orders theyj woulit be The laft reroliitiob tit to fiifrmir the for granting afuDi Of the deiicienty in trie cflimated duty of for exported and aqd for bj He ccncluded by moving fir ft claima of Lordt Vinceat and Qrey to Via cent and Grey mfyht be entitled indemnkyfor thcy have fuftained in confcqucnce their ads ia obedience to wdetaof the Privy douncil yet it ought to be whether any of the loft allcdged to did aftoally take pJace the at which thofe Noble Lords might have received no tice of the revocation of that idea fug gcftcd to him by ibmccircumftances which under notice m proFcffional Upon the Rtfolution relative to the Duke of ROKSON he to oppofc but toi infer thai there was a partiality ftjewp that Noble Pttkr in granting liint the at the prclcnt and iff the manner whole of the tranfaaion had been STEELE that his Grace djd hotrcliiiia any thing but a matter of rifht j W puted Member that he was ignorint fubjca as of moft upon which he addrciQid the HQ3SON faid lie thought it an honour to btr abufed by a and a double honour to by one who holds twp places He iajCUUdthii tfemaat words ta recall the Comihirtee comceivtd riot to impute guy STEtLE if the thought it an honour to be abufed by it was f quendy confer upon The Upon1 the resolution for indemnifying Lordf and JONES bectufir tke Committee had other documept to upgn the Lriier of the Kings He Parliament had flat inttrfcred on bclulf of Lord The CHANCELLOK of EXCHEQUER Lord Rodjiey had txereifcd his own difcretiua without order The were feverally put SECRETARY at WARmoved refo lutioni That fhould bo granted defraTing thw of the embodied Militia for from March to May That fliould be granted for defray ing the sharges of the Militia for Ireland for urne The report wat received vft
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