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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 8, 1802, Dublin, Dublin CASTLEKNOCK The WILLIAM VOUNQ QENTLEMEN are educated at the above for the and and fuition in and 30 and 6 Guineas Entrance 5 Sec upoh the the Schools near begs leave loch as of moral abilities to iet of more tc the Vfho and Reyi Cafticknocjc School it aidant 3 fromDuhlin Abated ip a detHcbcJ from any and jcnVarkably pure and to grant cd to fay whether ought to be It not ulualtoniafaifuch mot He flirmld jrbilain he ra totlw day for renewing cando and Mr In he did that the public any right be afbw it is tottt ofinexpreflibte fatUfaflian to obfervfiihe rittive Treary orr tile cd fJtfcelWH tt T the happy confequencet likely to jrpm not to be afbweitotake advantage eifcumftmce to prejudice Tfife when there was a general cry of Sfete l Jfrtlt I t 1 A and tie freliWJUwiW feted W6u W would and rnovrd fatd heJuui the Kkcheciiieiry COUNY OF Td iw av DORMS the 13th af the entire Farming Colts and and R large1 Quantity of td Hay alfora good ahd Jec at 61 or 91 dayi will be taken ordifcounl allowed for I April at of rind ia of pYadticeof nqf fandioned by Parliament ready to admte natorc it1 War i nate evciitV hut the law had KVHe ita JVt Jie vaa ef optoibfi t cfeen prepare S L Ai after the repeated the Utter n complete approbation difarmed crirKiTrA4 in the acCulVirrred to de claim aeai i ft convinced ihat thetmth is on our 1 found i n the is ilawfcw Hi a ti to tbis ji we 1 to iy our politic Ijpa lor the love fWa arid our confidence Ini thofe who pofJefi tjr to ti Commerce Above let us prcierie Witn I FT nee of the figning of the DefiBit arrived at fixoc t 11 we Hiptltate for for the JQJues i of one fetf of the op fcff of the opportunity of Of th irttentrpb to renei rhe ftrj tbeBahlt inaJtini ifi The CHANCELLOR of the vrtu to enter into any preliminary but fhould refrve Vhat to Tay updri the fybjcX 1 till tion on TuefJay There was the utmpft urgeBcyfor aprompt jjttftfffaggirflwdHUa jNlthjlHe toifetfituwtftytag or a competent part Joe the purpofcsiu faid De cree 9C that the i oft the pi that fuch enrhufi Itwar hoped j might have ed Kt ld owi ffj ii r t anc he was aware of any incb F I APRIL ITibe Qrderofithe Day for taking jon the to laft Tvjpfjay relatiSnt io theUefccnt Pwrageii Olaintt to oK JPeiripfirat Ptcm of to fitin the of thelUnitcd a view tofach at of Ireland CufFered in o i The Peers of Ireland AtStot Obliged to mike out their that and they rto to an Irifh tecttfdof writ VaifoAn the writ re the writ of Ireland wa8HBiro made limited nttihbcr of that tiie Irifli deprived of being Wpmber liranch tot the without abie to qualify bimftlf tw a inithe Rbfolutionaiwece fcvcrallyl agreed pr n tii of the nc which evidently y ceflity of ilAV thetotter no profit fraxnthe 4 rf theV ol formed vas author f i the credic of Kftvih ro this defirar ond h 3ilrln ate 0f thV credit of the If the Bank tii i1Bl cottntry ffmU would do the t ouW no flth high i ctiaWi ftnfe i v I r J vi9 that per japncy fupportcdmoaopoticH aMdjraifcd tbipriee of bqptA He be krijepr bjjiwt j diflcrirnt wht il tliat XftUCULb fi if Vote of Thanki oPlnf find Seamen letvinfif w of bad to the oftHe Mti Aldiirmtn oft tlws of CfaflU v prefeotsU the f ve that on thifc fhni fcht M OtuuUl rtlovr for la Ooramittee to by mies of the Duchy ina Cainmittec went throughrthje that txtc fipfllft regard to i Mf large funif Public tpf flwk for gttidat by the of an impoMalit befftUtesirtlut Bank did net operate to u could u the flank a tmn i he might jieteiftcr dccui it to the proper feiittoifcc jtn Mijourit ofUie ol thtt of for of tbej f c thtt of for of tbej f c ftriwon frith rogard to the notesju goldt tht Gcutieiaan meajn to tnsKe of the object to take froih ftiiiit 4 jtf thi Government already paid heM of opinioit ought not to be acceed r of the the Should ought for fuch a without aatul aeer txfvtiX to JTbifrfflTgitlttont tivougbthe truce Which been agreed con Arewgth the mean time had been confideraM it rcea in rhttWaft folemh bm diflruft and r ana us joyfully enter who prefidesoter the Marine f fiis inftntiTed benefit no hernpfA fa can iri received into umij le has been cUarjy afcertjifoett to be of the which will rCBder frauor qur i public j o Confols were and 75 i fnr iOu iions have obtained Peace by the HoMttMnd Noble Marquis It is thought i he Prince Nablfcs re mains liyithe VVMIV
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