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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 10, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                t SODA AUGUSTINE heg leave taihfoirh tlitir and the that they continue to Wsteri in imitation of every Mineral in with thai attention to Chemical Accuracy whiilfhai gained thenr fach an eftablifhed They have for Sale a conftant fupply of 6ODA and and The fiipefior efficacy and purity of theft teeeived itfc decided approbation of the Medical Centk lot whpfe patronage they Btg leave to their they have only to that their to prior in this Kingdom U eftablilhed itnePtofelWrof 6heriiinryin the UnJverfity having in the year 1800madeufe ofSoda Watcnirtnn Experiment then which hi ofiriarkcd approbation he taefiHoticd lobe prepared by Mri it that the principle of the Soda to that of iall the ate ftnnipciin the with 1 FAMILY Rectified pure MALT engaged to bear 7 at Si per gallon fold elfewhcrei rnoft retrecl chofcn Stock tfrhlch enkblci him ell for 6tl JBeft V Jamaica Rum Beft PicWingJVinegari Spkca variety of Jamaica Scale and Xump Mte Proprietor of rtoft for the he hat experienced Tavern and the and that hehai fitted 5 la no dcf thvj for the Tfccpdun and Gentlmeo and he leave to it t cqnftJJirt fludy to give generar to i leiiTed to honour him with thcircomitUnds pkteStablirig and C 6f an intimate knowledge the of has through Divine in deemed truth of which flie1 rcferi to the Ccrti many refpciftable Periftu of both her neconimodate the who may Be af i SORE or IJtStS ftom foulnefr of ac c4pmodatethem with finall quahttte of according nweffitybf the fuiublc Her been provedv by to be an infallible againft tioui particularly the yelldvi fw tiyc in Our WeftIndia from the MAIL arrived fince our this City bled CiuHer from Hrtgue and every preparation w M made for it to the crowds gathered roundahe Stodfhoufe during thicourfeofthe day ljut the Wtp proclaim This looming early howe Announcedto the by the botooly ashovtng btiri and fuch a number of ai tfceJ fpifie of Magif a plaudit t he livethe Re AfreVwards fv filence AfteVwards he lat Ccjour3 Of Nations were iVJg1 v j on this iaf did rtirn nny i epugnancc to Peace the fufpentfe in uhich they are asip the are ardently fucceedine ai reverie nf things as they While ia an ejvem of which odiers are The by dilUm latt off about inhabininiSi not as had been errwieowfly The population of ibu bcifore the diPertiptf toot was now reduced 10 The city Medina in has fufftred iliil uiore half its population having been cut off during the three ol the plngue and from this of ictrieving its wheu a new prepared exdle ihe iii liigniiJun ciiiseru a gang of fufpeciedio have come out of this and1 murdered the crew of a Swedifh ihrowWgthe dead bodies into the with cjfjtto that were difcovercd bound to the Tlic La and in Engiifh veiTel from have been dif in purfaifoi thefe The couxmerceftof this city rs 1U11 in a Ante of1 f there no of after the arrival of our co which are expected during the cur ihij have AfRIL ij mortiing the whfO Meant ia Hd for the gave in their as already obletvedr to upon the Deferred They wereas Eveiett aiiii and Ahgerftein RoBarlS v V 5 Eflaile and 9 So the HeufeofSmttli the the bell made far thd it will nbt exctfetr andi notmore than jh werie the iniCreft Deferred Stock conWenle Confols this at twelve oclock Accouhtv Accpu The Prince of Orange arrived at Fmikjiri on the This arrived a Dutch oclock in the evening ligerice reached tie a feparafe Con vthrion trniereff iniq bet FrisWh tnd French Republic to eilft ing fijipulauoas BataVijth and in virtue of fpecial with which It furniiMto i ftipttjUted the upon accountr in upon accountr in French Government being the faidJRepubUcV v The uderiRned updrtrligned lavian in the name of accepts he above as the aiorefaid 18th article of the derfioiuvft tied thii day by the four The prelent fhall be prefenteo at ihe ra li ucatrpn of Hhe two f efpeAtre the ratifications exchanged in foua March FROM T We do not wffedt to Boy jprecjjfe what the particular points forAvard but We have hvatdenough fubjecl to fayi thvt vye are fure the Public fatisfied with The and by ilhai had it will now be ill the general mafa of and tne operation the Sinliing mffn wiin the remainder 6f the Bur means Wlllbetakearo rerjder the of this Ftindi ftrll riadre efficacious j and large a fuitr will be ndded the the wole will off earlier than would be by the prtlint fyftem i The Sum to liorrbvyed for the Service of the have alrertily Hated 0 be for and a haif for Ire and that the Bidding forx the Loan a ta be jfjefifreit to commence in the year in which or prwr per anmirn of Short Annuities Deferred Stoek has oeen very popular and it 19 will be eagerly fought after by the fjr Of cowrfe no Intereft to be provided for whatever part of the Loan is t3kehin rhis Stock f wherithe prefent age contributed fo by the Income Piity and other ta the burthens of it cannot as throwing any improper iburtfien upon a future thus to anticipate tfe whieh ra fo in ppfTeflion As ro tfie do not prafume to fpeak wirh rnnr exacl precifion than upon the other the Finance of but report long is to form the principal feat ore in ihis part of the The variation in of Mulr duty upon tliis without any upon its prelent it fan fo effected it will give univerfal The among the higher vye foine if and we underfland thej Puiy on the Tauaaje on Shipping is to be However improvldehtiif would have been dur ing the to have repealed the Income or or to have touched any of future refources we tonnoii but nowr that peace is people may lookto fuch prefent re lief as can be confiftently with ihe fuji portofour a height as enfure to us the conrinuance qf and the proteclion of the commercial imerefts of the i It has been announced in that all the Swifs Officers who were fbrmctly in the Pied1 nipritafe are to receive penfions from ihe French The National Inftitirte bave very ingenioufty difcovercd ihat the love of flattery and the only fpecies which Bonaparie Why then would tliey go in a bodyto frighten him MajorGeneral in a letter to the Mayor dated Houfe of March I made application to Lord Hawkcflwryi re fpecliDg the time that would be allowed for the importa tion of the produce of the in the Weft Indieif I received for po part of the Defi nitivf Treaty could he with propHetr made public offici until the fame had been which will require upwardi of a all our Newfpipcrs prcfumed to publifli ii in hftnfht t he eiipbrtsbftht United State mentation of the qM4rttity of nndrrier chandife but in a greater degr6eto i ings which werefonirenedforthe ptirpofeof peti tinning Parliament tirnony amTfags jinporvted are taken and and at of of the i rrh negarived by 57 1040 The Gawtrt of the ajd of have increafed amouming to in fome meafurc MY at was to the IMarquis that fo niych attention paid V thii Mlnifler f nate duplayed on the aptifm of Lady Georgiana Stanhope daughter of rt t n I I V M v vwf t muft ing ilrbortibur on the faifli n the eye ehtering the State It jfiiVer five feet high rand fevtVal inches in richly The ate Ear J gave for it Yeftefday arrived a Mail frorin with the happy intelligence of the arrival there of nearly hupdrt d tnerchAnt of arrivals at cofonyv and rarely occuri during peace The rived at It is with great are enabled to that the fearnen belorigirig to our fleet on the Jamaica StarioriVare from an officef on boatd the of iated Port the i5th pf the hip had a imgle item fince the fquadrorl arrivedat Ja he latter end A Wry beautiful piece of Sculpture hai been JMTover ho was employed in the Embafly to The above gentleman found it while he ruins of andi it is a itart ancient King of The Jir has been confirmed by the opinion of uwft eminent A of importariee to thfe rner catiie world lawly decided in A ftlerehant hnd iirfurexf a Ship under a fwarramy that they were American property the hip was however captured by art EngliOt and condemned at Gib The Supreme Court in America had that this fentence of Condemnation was conclufive evidence of the war been and gave Judgment in favour of the Infurers but the Cpurt for the Cor rrclion of or of has revetfed this and that the Sentence of a Fo reign in fuch was not p Jncoiilwjuence of rhe Emperor of Chinas pro hibition of the of that ders have been officially ifTued from the Court of cautioning me Commanders of ajl their to exert authority to prevent any of jlie from fecret ing that article 0n board their under pain of the fcvereft penallies and dilmifTion from the fer in cafe of any of the above nature At Whampoa rhe fhips on board which a grain of that af tide is will be fub jecl to In he laje regnlationsTor the Government of the Britifh there ts a claufe which enacls that if or any of ihe Puifne fhall return trt allowances are to be made iheireoiit ofjhe Brililh territories inthe not exceeding to the Chief aid m the Puifne Judges provid that in Indiii thar capaciiy ftven The Lite1 EaVfrtfJVfanirath ihe title is now djed ofl Jf nie the Duke of Bed ford A peculiarity added to a in variable dVead ofrtie occaiinned late Lord Moiriffath 10 abfuluttly the life of a yef in f jlirude the goodnefs of the and thigance of manner which diftinguiflied 1 he old occafioned every ho was vifit him upon bufinefs ib admire the friendly IiL Vi cartte armed with r Tift T wat a lingular fight to fte fo w r and Kl der At abeojnpanJjed t He had tfaJd t I at as each others arrrls on the f kis thrown his 11 it head he had lodged in his neck to keep her They Avere faft but language is inadequate 10 the V f delight of Gum uere fired nounce to thewhole village and the children weredbrought The hands of the V fome warmrhin fiow on which he lay in a lute eenltired Jinary which fent fr6fc Codntry woujld havetjbfcrved cautious fince ii tit iraprtlinary thai intended Country fndeavQured the late Emprefs of which it is wiaj too fqccefsful in defeating GovernmenrV and obftrafling the ATer fueh txXraonliaarjt that of ihould toHvh Upon the fubjecl of Madame Bono fortes from Paris gives the following account Bonapartes public Madame df wrote a note t6 the Ladteyf2 f t v made before be eHntes in Ireland art left to his pater nal heir at Uwyand All bis eflates and with a very trifling ex in hV has bequeathed in fee to his maternal tie prefent Lord whofe with the Lord were ions of daughters of the lafl Earl of By deed of gift in his life he provided for fofrie whifekind Attention had a claim upon his Beflaes legacies to all his ier he has provided by annuities for I hole who had lived long in his eflablilhmcni and he has Itit fix thouAtnd for churimble He had fuch a terror of the frhall that he had relays at five between his feat in Norfolk and his faoufe in to prevent the chance of infection and at thefe houfes fipall tftablifh menrs were as he dared not fleep at an The report for two or three that a reduc tion of our military eftablifhment was immediately to take Is correcl only fo far as it refpecls the Militia and Fencible The line for fome months at remain thedifrerent that he yvbtilii be glad fee the they might prefent fiich Foreign to be Thefe Ladies afTembled in the v of Madame de w ho introduced them to Madame The Chief Confui foon after preceded by Madame and he fucceffively round the and aid a wordor two to every Lady The Chief Confui after Madame Bonaparte which hint the Ladies under and all s Thecircumftances of the Emperor of Morocco threatening the Swedes and Dutch with if within three months they do him to ob reminds us of an anecdote related by Shaw in his Tour through Barbary The Brttifh Confui prefented himfelf before the Dey pj giers whom he found fitting on a filketT fofa fmokinga to remonftrate againft theieiznrtai of fome Britift goods to which the indolent Chief replied with great My the Algerines are great and I am their dpril very plea font circtim ilaiice took place here French lug fail fifhing imacks from Dieppe and anchored in the at the identical fpot under where they ufed to bring vious to the late when rhe ftrong eaft winds obliged thtm to feek for fhelter in this habtuu fc The fight was truly gratifying to a number of and especially foat the prefent when almoft every heart is elated by the arrival of the Definitive The becoming thefe induflrious fifhermen failed in the afternoon to the in queft of rhe pumer out flutfik rnackartl which appear on the coaft of By the ie ent from we tnat a very confiderable fenfation was occafioned by following citQiimftance f It has beenthe practice in this for Vtime for every Ambbynefe to plant a cloyetree when a child was born to in or by rough know its Onv of theie trees being as interrupting Rroffiecl of the neighbourhood one or the vil an order vvns ihadvertentfy rhe of ficers of the dijlricl for cutting it and fbnw foldiers were appointed ip the the fifft flmke of the axe appeared the fignal for univerfal infur reel ion the whole country was in and fome afls of hQllility dedarv ed that if the tree was they would fet lira to their habitations and retife into the and the Governor found it exprdient to order thai the attempt fhould be abandpned by which I tranquillity   

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