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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 1, 1802, Dublin, Dublin from the MAILS arrived Jince wr turn Ih LONDON MARCH This day the a nttfHigc wfti fent he honourable Houfe of by Jir Francis Uflier Black acquainting that Lords authorifW by virtue of his Majeftys Oommif mn for declaring Royal Aflent to feveral agreed upon by both do dcfire the immediate attendance of thh Honorable Honfe in the ilouHe of to hear the CdtMttiifllon read and the Commans being come tht MM empowering the Lord ArchWfhnpof the Lord High Chancellor of Great and feveral other Lords therein to declare and uotify the Royal Aflent to the laid read accord the Royal Affirm given to Aa acft for until the twentynfth day of March one thoufand eight hundred apl ievtral of fUlifln of for continuing and grant ing dniles to Majefty in Ireland An for punifhing mutiny and and for the tatter payment of the and their within the United and the Iflandt of and An for the regulation of jils Majefys marine wkile ou up til the twentyfifth day ot ihoufaud eight hundred and Anaft to empower his Majefty to caufc certain lonter vaiJiiij duties granted by an ad of the thirtyfevemh year of the reign of prctent UUtotftdtjAn Tor currying into execution the treaty and Navigation concluded between UniMd to Ceaie or until twentyfifth day of March one ihuufand eight hundred and under cet tain An fiX for until the Iwentyflfth day of March one tlioufand eight hundred and and from thence tothc end of the then next fetiion of and amending feveral laws relating to the tranf portal ion of and other to temporary places of con fmcnicMt to Scotland Ail to the Eaft India Company to make their fcttlcment at Tort in the a Factory fubwdinate to the Prefidcncy of fort Wil in and to transfer the on the reduction of that hall upernunie firyfto presidency of Fort Saint to until the twcntyiftH day of July me thoufand eight hundred and an aft made in the lad of An to Hay until the tucntynTtlvday of March one eight hundn d and proceedings in under the ftatute of King Henry the for abridging fpiritual perfoni from haviug pluralities of and from talcing of An to enable his Majefty to grant otrtaiu parcels of fituate between Cttat Prince Rock and the village of Crab called To thill Bay and near CO the Borough of iu the County of to for the purpufc of cm and the fame from the An tp enlarge the aud explainand act nude in the tvrentyfccond year of the reign of his late Majcfty King George the Second An for Vhe better repairing the and cleanfing Irceu within the parifJx of Saint in the Cdnnry of for the better lightening the Open and courts and regulating the nightly watch and beadles within thcfaid jiariib and for and regulating certain and other public paflagcs and in the faid and for removing and annoyances An aflfor continuing the and altering and en larging the of an aft paffeg in the twentyfirst year of thtf reign of his prefcqi Majeftyfor repairing and wi dening the from in in the County of through Nether and the to wit of to or near the in Ghurelt1 in the laid Aii for continuing the and alter ipg and en Jarjinj the powers oflo much of two aifts palied in the txventyeighth year of the refgn of his late Majefty King Oeorge the and the twentieth year of the reign of nircfcAt for repairing and widening the fe roadi therein as relates to the road leading frtrtn the Croft of fraud near Finford in County of the toftn of in ttre fame tuthe Borough of in the County of An ait for continuing the and altering and en larging the of tWo paffed iu the year of the reigo of late Majefty King Se and in the twcntyfirtf year of the reign offi is pre iTtlit fer rcpairlag fevcral roads therein men fofur as the lame relate to the road from Leeds lo jn tht Weft Riding of County of Au ift to continue Hie and alter and enlarge the powers Of feveral paflod in the and twentymtath of the reign of his late Majcfty King Gcvrge the and in the twcntyflcund year of the nign of prcfent for repairing I lie road Shorcditch through to Stamford Hill and Cambridge no the Turnpike at in the County of Mid An aA f0r continuing the and altering and en larging the powers of twa adh palled in the ftcond and yean uf the of prcfent ttpuiring and widening feveral roads in the of Cornwall and leading to tbo Borough of w thjrCounty of pnt private UARCJI Hit Majcfty bis been pieafcd to appoint General his Royal Edward Duke of to hf ioveriior of vite Majefty been pJeafcd to appoint Mujor John Hcly Lord from the ad battuUau 4Oth to be Colonel iu the vice Ucucul OF THfi IK cuitt rn vr tac MARINE AMD TUB QOLVN At tiu Cjiftf fjuvififit 18 IYur AftrtY OP T have to rencfcr you an account of the rak ing of Santa Port Pun de and the Iubmjiiion ul teveral Diutidsof the General has eoered Santo Do mingo I not ihp but I know has been received Spaniards with and that nothing equals the hatred that is borne io that country to Touffatnt and his v TN General of Pivifion Boudet and iht Rear i Admiral Arrived 4th before The Frigate Lcarty Aid revived b a tunable bat the Mulatto Criefn foon began to Genera vho is a rofe flftoji manded that he Should detain and fiiUprj that were in nl Cowled Creiierai Buffer to be told his authority and regiieHed him1 not ro attempt a debarkation by atthiixvouid be rhe fignai for the mAfTacre of ihe the burning of the On tHe itfti abbut ten tii morning Ofncral Boudrt made a landing fide if any obfla clc lie immediately proceeded with his advanced guard upon Frt The Officer who torn mancled thii after having perceived that this Column was and compofcrj of Republican conjured them to wait Ge but in interval the Officers and Garrifon came to jiin the Brrofitn by our Our tn then brgan their march fbrPojt They found draw n up before the near 4006 Bia The parleys that place produced no Avhen thefe Bri gands began to cry out that orders hpd arrived to receive the French A Bwaliou and was received by ir fhowcr of tails The fignai of attack was then The 6th forced the gate of and MinedI the of the City at the fafhe rime with the The Adjutant CommanderDarbois tyok Fort which Mas guarded by The National Fort was evacuated the fmall Bnleon was in like manner given Ail the Bat rericson the Coaft had been dilmounred by the excellent difpofitions made by Admiral The AdjutantCommandant Pamphill the Duchtfac and have been lightly We Iwve had 15 men killed aiid 80 The town has no da AH he and tven the Military have fallen into our The have tpken with them a nnrnber of the AidrduCamp of General Citizen and the Sailors of ihe Befoje the of the they had maffacred their Commandant of Artillery who was a 1 expert that by the loth General Boudet will have taken Leogane and the Croix de Bouq I have fent General Humbert with two fhjs to Port de He was fired upon with On the aift Feb loth the General effected his lauding ihe Biacks evacuated the two arter having done all damage to them they 4i On the Feb 12 General Humbert yJfV three leagues further than Port Paix in rent attacks he made uponhe he had fome men killed and fome General commanded in thf Department of and whofe headquarttrs occupy thejntereHing pofition of has fub Clcnraux is a man of The mediator ol this fwbmiffiou is Citizen Bifliop uf the French of The brother of who was nnd was Commandant of the SpanHh has driven from I haveTeafortto that General u ho commands in llie Sou thern will as General Cteivaux has I have a brigade to reinforce General in order to eftaWilh the cordon along the Spnniih Sevn hundred men of al capable of of thofe ivho were driven away by hrtve permiffion to Jerve in the 1 have fent two frigates io ta take them on Several parleys have been had but this dilfimulating ajid hypocritical man never keeping any promife he madt and only ing to gain time io recover from Im firft have only given him four days to furrender in when ihat time is I have declared bjr the proclamation an Frenfh ToinoiTow I hall advance with the divifi ns of and upon and Plaifance a divifion wjll go by fea to 1 hope that by the begitjpingof Ventofe Hhall have Cleared the hole French We fjiail take no repole iil M the troops of ToufTaint are d f erfcd ThcCjliivatorsare returning in n can equal the courage aud order of fie I have only praile to The fleet ri valithe brivery and activity ot ihe land Signed Homme dAffairs tn Paical nnd Secretaries to fur rendered to the French The Monirrur likewife c the Proclama tion publifhed by and Irom the Admiral VjlUrtt conclufion uf lilie he mutt impurtant points of the French part are now fubjecl to the forces of the Republic j and the reblrs rerain Scarcely any thing in the ntfh Eight have been fuffictem for aU the and every day muft now Augment our dimitiiih our Two millions hundred thoufand Hvtfo were found in the Treafury at PortauPrince and what would appear the heighfaof were we not acquainted with the diffimulatioirof he fent to tne requiringthat this money fliould be returned Fnmtbi DUTCH brrived on or De puty of the Grand died here fuddenly on He drpppeddown on vifit to the Capitan Muftanha Bev iU fuccVffoK The Batavian Citizen has now r ft his ot Engltfn Lord been We have a report that thrErt c nfidcrable fdim nf the I corilerit entirely to evacuate Egypt but fhiiui probable i t is perhaps tfatt they wili keep pontiQion of feveral of the Ports of that tryi March IcaTri from the Tttrkiill by a letter of the that all Bof nia is in Giirt having been ap pointed and the inhabitants refufing to receive he is on his inarch againft them with Strong hmems of the Belgrade infurgenty fill all the roads near that In 15 miles from arf aooo and in feveral places frrtall divifwnsof It is there are in Belgrade two the army Prifwun who fu peri mend of the works Match to accounts from an Engliih Courier arrived with which were infu that Lord CornwaJlis was Ayaked in his bed at one in the morning to reoive next day there a long Conference between his Lordfhip and Jofeph after which couriers were difparched to the March lexers Tnm the ctnjftrcncesthere have lately been al moft employed a of the night in it is hence that the bufinefs will fpeedily be It is indeed known with that the Treaty will be very and embrace at once the commercial the intercfts of the navigation of contracting 1 new which Is to h ftronr form of policy On the other Iwirt s i TBK Our letters from Dover this morning ftate that a ccordingtoprivate information received yefterday at that pbcefrdm the Definitive Treaty was actually and that a mefrenger was hourly expeded with the ac count we believe to be a little as no meflenger with fuch information had reached town hen this paper was pat to Ir is very generally thought that the Defint ve Treaty will be figned in the coarfeof thcenfuing and from every tiling he have heard upon this we are inclined m think that this opinion will be We look upon the event asdefirable becaule that the Definitive to all the preliminaries held his MajeHys Mtnifters will not put heir hands to the j We are well aware hat circumltances have I changed fince the fignnttire of rlie they have not altered jn fuch a manner as to 1 make us indifferent or averfe to that hich we thought advantageous in month of i Thsonly circumHance which havefeen with i regret io the courfe of this has been the proceeding at theConfulta of It to us that fuel a taken between the fignfuure of the Pfeliminaries and a Definitive trii on the part of the Chief an indif ference ti peace with this country j it muft alfo that this was a flepin which the Continental Powers were much more Uuerefted than and it was not a meafure which coti id have juflified MinUfers in breaking offthe The firm tone which we to fcave been htld by them upon occafions which havearifen in the courfe of the we are convince the that while they werei anxious for wete deter mined to acrifice to it none of the imereite oi their The bufinefs in which the Chief Conful is engagrd in Domingo will naturally incline him ropiace and it certainly ought not to render us lefsdefiroos of It may probably engage a con fiderable army for fome time but the ultimate fuccets of lhat army wiH be advantageous io ioafmpch as it is more to bs defired by this country that that colony fliould be under the vernment of than that ir fhould continue in the ftate of continual to ithich it will be expofed if the negroes Ihould unfortunately gain ihe difpofidon to revolt in that be but too fpeedily commuiii eaied to our own Ir is well that the views of the Chief Conful are peculiarly directed to the revival and the increafe of the commercial relations of Great pains have been taken in the inte to increafe its natural and a diligent fearch has been made for as the ar ticle eifcnfial to under rhe of premiums from the Any wifli which Bonaparte may entertain for peace with this is certiualy connected with general plan of extending the trade of The expedition to Egypt had no lefs commerce for its than the expedition to Domingo rhe the Chief Conful he could accomplilh in fpite of us he he could nor attempts at ecu ring our neutrality he may ftaind in need of fome for ihe attainment of his The laff Paris Journals contain intelligence from Switzerland of a vpry ferious The Municipality of Maurke have boldly protefled againft the viotenttneafures of General Tburesm and the Little Council of Berne in tranfmitted a letter to that which he hasanfwerrd in a tonefe and to leave no doubt that he has aHed agreeably to the orders of h s fuperiorst and that the Valais Canton will be the prey oi the French He openly that his conducYhas been remarkably and that however great may be his rdpecl for Hie Coun he cannot poffibly comply with without departing from the orders which he has After fuch a our readers muB readily percejyt that tht fatttf Swiaerland u expenditure o Aht to artioiint to AVhere is the revenue to this ftitn i 7 irig vviih The we expVefled fignature of 16 Defi day lalit appear 0 have been ctrcttlated k the City yefieSSJl impoffible thW a anl wer lent WTreatfSSeS oo sf Trh The received after being long on find the report is j A boat failed thw morning for Calati from a tk A packet boat frotti BoubgneHRrpppfcat is in Private letters that peeled to tnke placein the immediately after the Cambaceres and Lebrut are to lai the Confular The frrft HTgh Chancellor the ant General ol the Thf will be tfarw y for ihe ptindjtfil Jofeph Bonaparte will be perpetual PrefidemoftS Council vnth the power of governing in cafe of or demife of his broUier the Chief rf Lucien is to be perpetual Prefident of the giflame and Lpuis of the Friaay it was very currently that DefiniriveTreary was figned on the at by the relpeclive and the fame day to Paris for the Chief Ths it be Wto inthe imervalof the nonarriyalof a0y Mrfienger from on the authority of pnvate letter evidently fabricated for the putpofe 6j ftpvfc veflels arrived ytlterday from at thepafTengers and privateletters brought Jy fftofe do not countenance this In March hip Elkrirlge Captain Moore lob tailed from mouth to with a cargo of coals from which produced with that fum it was his intention to ail on the coaft of to purchafe but prevented by his Knglifh crew being which obliged him toiubftituie a crew of who on tfte firA night of leaving entered the while the Captain was and murdered after which they threw him and then murdered his eight years They took pofleiTion ot the fcuttled he and fcaped in a boat to in where they divided fne plunder and dif For a length of time it was unknown whnt became of Capwin or the un til brought to jurtice one of the n minals at who having been condemned to fuffer made the above which uas tranfmitied by to Collier Jn fingwlar kind is announced in ate fuperb Hotel or Palace at toimerly inhabited by theEng lifh having been purchafed by a Daniih merchant of thaj named is by him propofed to be difpolid of by way of Lottery The on each of which is written the name of the are 3200 in and coft about 8 guineas Thefe being all put into one 3199 white balls are put together with a on which the figurejf Eortiwe and the perfon wholfcnamels along with Uus latter fymbol of good the i AnjQfficer from the Cape on the Bih of that the whole Town was nothing but an heap of The white in the fought refuge on board of our flipsj happy to find an which they would have in vain obtained We piirfue tha Nogrcrrj in all and we haveaiready ap prehendeda great and had our Troops landed minutes Chriflophc md Touflaint Louvertqre would have fallen into our The only comment we Oiall make on this fubjeift that if the Ftench fuppofe they can tontiliatf for the Colony can only be fubmiffive by concili ation the Blacky by mooting thofu whom they have made their caufe is and irretrievably A firm fpirit is not inconfiflent with a mild temper and therefore fo eatly a dil play of power muft be followed either by meafurft calculated to orWi a relaxation which tender French policy
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