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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 3, 1802, Dublin, Dublin YHURJ0AY MIGHT ARfetVBD A LONDON HlfrCX Affijftant Secretary arrived at by the Pleiripotetk by the of Republia f i We havcv at length the hapjjrinefs annotihcingf ihei die jfii INTITjyJEl TREATY one of the Secretarks f the Marquis arrived vhiitown with t this morning at a quarter paft it fished op Saturday at half in the npqh in the prefence of the hall iji yjhich Plchipoten was crowded With pee inftant tlie fe On Saturday ian illumination took place in all the tdwtis of the fi f partment Moore left Amiens with the trjeatyat half paft J oin Two communications were made this ittbriiing to the t in confequence of a treaty was aftually figued and the after the arrival of Moore this The iiig is a copy of the laft Attrtk half 9 p V I Have pltafure to inform you tliat Mr to the Marquu jufl irrived with the Defini Hve which wai figned at Amienion ihe by of and1 the Buavian I have the honour to My Your LordfnJps mod obedient Humble fefvantt Signed 79 tht Right iht LcrJ Mayor As foon as the treaty is return ed from whither it was immediately difpatched to his Ma the joyful event will be an nounced by the firing of the Park and Tower ringing of Y A gazette was printing when this pajper was put an nouncing merely the arrival of the Its official publication here will not take place till after the unlefs the Irench ihould give it to world through the medium of the iMl to Domin Hgnedtb inform an troopl but the adupKewe to tlieGe nerali lei terras the fleejt of being brought into effective f By a letterfront Admiral iaboii to Admi ral in it tliai Deflair a line of battle commanded bjr Captain diAinguifljed hitnielf Hear bas totallx lofti vj Admiral Vilhiret addfefTewJ j a Utter to the BritiUi in Ohief bflt io which he reftored l betvCten Britain and the Britifh Comnunder not fac cour ahd refuge to he bat will even affift the articlei of aa the necefltty of VOAJ Gantbeaumea fquadron arrived at Cape Franca is on the The French Sounds were at 56 65 The laft which haveJreached France from and wJhich we by tbe Paris Papers on than the former TTietailnao ac count of the Expeditiom againff au and Port de ai might have been were with There it no detail wHhwifpeclja the but much relative tdithe other OA thefe as well at the and theKegroei made as vigorovsand though not fo refinance been ef fected by the beft regular Thy difputed Port inch by inch they appear w fought with no and effed at which they did not quit till they had fet on fire and blown up two which were emrufled to GeneraU Boudet and Hamberr they in every means of to induce ihi to permit them to land without who at the by adeclaratiool that their landing woirld be a fignai for the maflitcre of the and the deftruiflion of the Towns and This unifortnity it the coioducl and language of all theNegto uoramandantt tjie diinerent proves that ToBnTatnthsd prefioufly combined his plan of thiailt he was not taken by foote have re prefented No other important expedition had taken place when the diTpatches came but preparations Hferft making for attack by fea againH Genres and another agajnft Mole whim Go neral Leelerc announces his intention ot advancing on the next day of droos imo the to endeavour to jwfitions of Dqndou and The expulfion of the Negroes from the Mari xhe has been followed by t of which we exprefTed our of the tlbslleVxlf the T rl v ti ruins and and wilt for ajong time to the oteans of cultivation arid of Tbiis circumftance u contefTed in the f rrtieh flit patches to have much dirninilhed the fatillaclion arifing froqv the firft fucceffes of the Another pointof yiew muff slfb be contemplated with cbaerin it that with the exception of fome Whites and a Bbck and 150 portantdefcclionhaf taken plaMrWhUJFi the greater part of withdrawn into the They are trfs fohJicV to defcnron in the plaint it is Ttfafonable to funpofc that if they were quite the mdmeht in whkh they were Brft ftriick by the appesrance of the and the powet of tbe would have that in whkh they tVere liioft iilely to have been induced to fubroit to the 1 It appran that the of the Wterpriie have tnort and imdre affected General Leeterc and that he has confequence to enfure it a happy two frigatesjto Cuba formerly par titans of he wiHwmagatnftTouf aid will bemote ufcful w him ihao fome thoufandiof French and in promot a deadly between the jind the he will have thf adrantage of The and Provmons have engMTeathe attention of the French who with refpecl tothefe nlceflary To provide for the wants of has been Tent to the United Swtes of and another to bearing ter from Admiral VUtatec to the The hat of the ihtlfatiEue of and the wants to foldiers have ben compelled to lM ehjrafltrifed the mature M by the ntry to torlgtrfv elphia are ttnanlmotis againft ihe at tending dtfunite the general govern and to eftabliflifeteral independentMpm df thas exprefles himfelf in aOetter to corrafpondtnt in I am happy In joiu tion f ifte atoweM enter Ingenious felves th f trt fflrl to have caufcd fome in confequence of k 7 w p j their Chief has puWithed feveml fevere and eftablftnid inllead of Republican of theenterpme mjift daubtlefif Induce them to the French General and Admiral contuiuei to flatter Government with the contrary to our their promifes Ihould he we overfhrovV monftroua Which equally menaces the deftruaion of all the European Efiablifhtnsnii in thit quarterpf the The refbeeling the tf pea the Judi ciary Acl has excited conGderable clamour in nurnerous memorials have been pre fented wOBntrefcon the Thelederalifls declare the lig felf sgsinft miimterpretationsv I could it t hwif an qufcdratjng the ebvtotis import of my copciliafe theeffeSiotu ment their v Yefkrdty iMiaail in wwtt from Our tetters of the ufth March that the Duke of Yotk ftom Gibraltar for of the IxwwofHin regiment put info ift great The troops wejK to at The French brig of on Mvtod from Havre with In havetfrtva tat the from Havre1 tvitil part of the fuiteirfthe French imbeflador trieCourt Of We underHand thai ihe Ratifications are be exchanged fronrthe diftance of Ma drid it ji ftarcely poffible irrtt this can take place inlefs three The treaty of courfe can not belaid before ParUamew titt after of the M pains to obtain formatfoji refpecling the particulars of the and ttafbn Kxbelfcie the following to be 1 Treaty U founded dfl the no matter Wng except in one inflttttfcej wherein if isftljiulated that an adequate compenfationihail be to the ttoufc of Orange for Mi of and The Iflands Trinidad and Ceylon are and guarameea ta his by Spain and the Ac Dominions on Mtfitch otnqch hasbeVn favdjy according to fiipMbtioni 4f Treaty of and not that of N new Jonceffionj art made The ContracVing Parties are placed in the fame fituation in which they were prtyioui to the War j the feme being the at thit Peace which granted to them at the Peace of 1763 and of catfing wood in he Bay Foil une and for fpace of one In reflating the Iflaud of Malta to the Order of John of a detailed and impor not arrangement been which wilt be highly advamageuui to ihe MaV anq peculiarly gratifying to their This arrangement be the gua rantee of the principle JPpwerj of The French Languages to no perfon of that Nation it to be of hold ing Civil or in Laft night Addington gave notice in the Houfo of Coimnona his intention to repeal the Thjs morninf e Yfcelfed cWntnand had in the of and particularly by dheCapi tufation at has been appointed to command in the as mark of the firft Confuls arobatMn his conduA in Ac jcounts of the Preliminaries being have with great joy at the of Good Two circurnftances were announced which univerfal arrival of the Definitive Treaty of Peace and the notice by the Minifter of a rmnjon to fepealthe Income T It wits giving us indeed taftebf the bleffingsof not tofuffef tf on which the Definitive Treaty arrived fo without promulgating the intention to repeal war which had prefled with fuch weight upon all cbflesof The joyful intelligence was fm medlately tranfmuied by many membess totheir Combe addrefled the follow inBJentf to Benjamin Chairman of the Committee appointed bythe Livery of London i In otder AM the GeQtlemcn of the fteunittec of the Livtry London may nM be unnccfOarOy enngcd looser ja tbtir I trouble yiro with top tp 7011 the that the CdiBCellor of qutr juft giren tbat tie fliatt tnovc tde Hdufc of I havethe honof to with great your rWfjwft C COMSIU is sJone to acliid upqn between France and and the treaty of Madrid to be dtcjared null and French will of obtain that we ttrrd tht rican CWulst Cdtottf totheSeWetary nied Robert Moil dated the t iio i report at The Philadelphia proceeded up with a convoy of Araerwi ftJl and the Effei is now cmixmi the the motions of rfce cr at from twry me roum tothink that fallen into the hnds of the Trlj flatterirte cojpfidei her that bate ventured UP1 jfnd without any protection A j difh frigate is daily expend from AUcam rJ convoy bound out of the three mote are on iheir waj The faints armj fome time agairff his reficienttat wJrich may ffcwe to gite 19 idesxai force with which Bonaparte hat r I pafTed to behpld a of i deurof which 1 hadnot the leaft There wete two thoufcnd Officers and ill carrying whh tbe i moft regularity and that difregard which had roar We cannot conclude thit flatement without con gratolaUrig the Public on the ruccefiiftt efifbrta of nil in bringing ihU tmpor wrorV v We are that thejs fucceft inthit tefpecl w to be afcribed to that happy mixture of and modera tion which nit marked thirir eopducl from fheir firft commg and vvhich weare Confi dent will be the polky by they will ftill be in every futam in interefla of eke Ckiomry btvbnct i t preceding day being the vil ralOfficerhad ihf manual ewrctfr nUh a of expertftell harfftldom before and they petfJ excellently feterai ItbpHca their method of Attf whofe brigade tan three or fourHafidred and threw changing to nitd the tirnit up a TUong fire tiU recal this trje forrned Aain into their wonwd lariryi facility find totally to from charging them in fucli ifubordinatiou rnuch promptnefs and as mufttaflbiAl an European who had Known tatytbidglf Amongft a pNeopfc proceeds hardened mto an in1 on the fi ritory oh and next to iiiacxvflible 10 exter nal what hops are Wnrftainedi6f cefs of the preTent nrmarhem I1 whatever might be with I feef convinced BO oihtr means will the Subjugation of the blocks ntid I effect a teftiporary men continue to keep them in We are informed Itobert has lately found ecMo the Board r chtu y eafy procefi fprcwwertin of fcrved in all climates with na Ws ftcflit or meal of ony kind This ultimately 10 render tfcefe nature produces in fueh iw than the grain which grows at top of eetft but which is inferior in Mid rear at a greater 1 be flour adtf parfnips in has a moft fragrant and is very grateful 16 the The fwne fleinan has alfo difcovcred a more cheap and tain mode of falrigfiih than iwiy at prefrw prs It this that the of the and thefkill of the wtorkraen are Mtfle Thefedifcoveries demonftrate of how mnc portance it is to thexpinmunity that men ente fhonld fowtc attention ro fhjofe ordinary which have been left men and or to A landman taught the Itifh navy Jo gain the of it would be a no lefs fmguUr if the art of viding fubfiflehce for man and qiher anirnaJi fhouW undergo an efTemial Alteration in cbnie quence of the accidental fpeeulations of
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