Dublin Journal, April 15, 1802

Dublin Journal

April 15, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 15, 1802, Dublin, Dublin ds HOUSE QF r BERPSFORD moved for leave to bring lit a Bill to the rvlajve the fnpplying of Dublin and frr tne more fupply of the J The Clergy Nonrendeoce Bill was read a fccond commuted for Sir WILLIAM acpn it was hit wifli that the BUtoktihould hefilled and that the Bill Ihbuld be jirinted and ftanj over till after the moved for leave to bring in a Bill topre Vcrvt jriid io the lale and meafuremrnt of Afhiwi awdifiher articfcs of Manure AlXXANDSR brought up the report of ilic Wool which read and agreed and the je read a third time brought Bill1 flWthe better regula Linen 4f was head X and ordered to be reid it fecond tipw on The Loan Bill paflVd through a and the Re ordered to be received TiV HOUSE 4 NO WINDOW ITART niovtd the Order of the for to refolve itftlf into a Committee on the Window s On thcQueftion for the leaving the nudefcverat the Tax was unequal in ifropcration that hww Cfirtrmutation for the income but mat it feftj in upon thofe not ctmtri buteto the Income Tax wholly as fie had donp f he idea of Tai bciitt Commutation for the IncWni toithe i iTViT jr tt i collar account With rela i tontri iand It wOOld be genc felt to fupport Jfc ctmipljinent the Getiifcmtn Jiad a to have tlicInciUuc by i ahat he Would not Vote Jor any T beif hard upon that clsfs whnj i rffeaof that bctttlenun rm r C tjiit account of Ihc ero tiieuiioned by whichitalic that thofc returned incomes from would mynothing the lloufe attd only the W4iiUiy iur tlsrad of Gentleman Tones his with that the preftjit Tai diould be iirt pitted uriori thofc who did paf the Income The Worn had detailed io mU would accrue to thefe per thVpirfcnt but he Sheridan t what was the criterion which that It might be fair to take the rent it meant to be af might live in a houiic with a great and greater rt out Mg atflual iucoHie was not more than fromoU to vliilrt he paW 14 this Tax perlons pof larger Ho thought it unjuft thitt windows fliould the critcriori wTtjbe ability the W this We of he ooulcf the which he had madt tipV founded iipon the Vatr that could be procured relative tu the clcrcrjpnhn uC Uoufps iiiltahited by tljf ctifllrcnt toaying the He laid 9T j licr 6ff wiuilbwi niould be taken as tjfie of of the individual to but that the nuinbtr the anibutu ofthtf fonncii a julf criterion to the HUJiY ADDTNGTON that he not avoid makiuji one oii what had fallen from an Hoik gcutlcmiin MK who had entirely attributed the the inert torinut exertions tf tlic pixfcnt tohaVcfome very He did not think It Huufe in Common with hid luue kmfwn ot hu Right tltiii in the feikM tatioii 01 Peace i but wtiultl uaify thut the firft opportunity betu takenol announcing that the dav ot the Arrival of Aftvv a ihort cvavcrfation beUvneo Adding and 1 fep rolved itlelf mtb a Commltteej through j between illtttMTy and the Jtc jMift ON The ciiANCEULOfc of the EXOliEqtJER rofe in purJuance of a notice which he gave QQ a former to ntnrc for leave to bring in a Bill tor a to be the reftriciion of payment in Specie Upon the It lor him to fubmit to the Houfe lucb a proportion without foiic btcaufc i the legitimate and oucrutigttVwl eftaWiiflltmtnt ot the Uank but he had dig fatistiftiH foully convinced the meafure ho luid to lubnirt tp the conliderauou of the could lc or lead the moft that the 3ank not poflefs the fivoil nmiflo withiu itfelf to al en njinntr whatever whjch they might be or ilkhred to tier wai Hiked ou a for whether it hit intention tainoft fn liminary Inquiry into thu matter MM fafit no intcutumtand he bad fo he In tn IpWe of dirtcV fcaufe it did not appear to him year when the Hovfe the in Cmneil the a Committee iolStotcil cut from the Comroittec was tfeen affpoirttii and their that whiifh could trot iwrwv be the iofwey of the and ample to difcharge all de mands that could he made upon f tfac which the Comouttee wat fqr which was npw w ncxflUy The Committee alfo for another and inftructetl upon another point t To inquire iato the neceitity which the Order in upon which the plice of which were jfo notorious mankind that he need nut upon and it now lov tliir delibcnite tion and tlifpafiiaoitt of the to decide whether it wai now proper to continue thwt meafure tor a limited Upon thefe topical inquiry took place at the time the meafure bat an inquiry was not necelJaly under the prflVpt Thc rea for the continuance of the he liquid flibrtly ftate to the The betwceh and Foreign tOUij the eiporr trade been lor falne connderiibly at a tine inuft eUpie hclorcwe had our the fcxpojrt after it been returned the he would be nC Imweverfor Nor would iR he to courfe of was 4fra4yan Vmount of our ci would nUiuceAfc tjtat mtttlfeftj that the Baymcnt fbuei tljat Tcvcral therebjid earV ried on a tradeJu the Count thf IWf edaKteratitvV being likely to attd tac flf Coin f thaf he thought 4 h dftty the Houfe coiurnuc ttWpetiH aeivuiit jfatiltty JJiouUJ to oar weri i Thcce We of any i f froro jit It benefit to the tw to VEx that was likely la re any of four tnt ntcaforc df The credit of the flank had their been received rwUily io pay and ky iugfome flrHj When it wiu Uiought expedient ttoincr circulating cafli of ihe aa applkation w to the wlUd their Tw fthdiaKl they wio6l pay tVcm in cafln aui Of the aad tvere Kthe cb idka to JL i the full credit theice rid JufteWife apprehend that thepank yaperWould noc coutHtHe maintuin u Hi kiiew there Vat m a great of wbdviu wluch the Bank to he permitted to money Awtie he Wtre of opinion they ihould pay of a fmalt de but here he wiiued it to be that until tlitce was an Abundant fupply of an evf relult fronf ft uid cajhi and wtretW Gained on the for Bank would be brought in fof ihefc an4 would introduce ike very inconvenicheeintended be By this tort reftraint of the the circulation would he intcrrvpted Country tbrfnull bctlM he meanl thrpw any the but he uatiog bltefliA ol opening the money payment at the fiaiik fbr iiv the mere event of wi fviTdco ictjrfor He did not1 know whether he hndnMuto hintlclf cfear but what he meant to Ojiou the Houle was tpat by djteding thcBaofc to pay in Imall the or eifcct would that ot treating an unlimited dctnand Vich fmall for Jargc A M would be run of their being taken out ot which would be a cojijidcrabltf tfedid ukit thluk It ncccnrjF far tojjo1 more tninuteiy la 0 the luhjctSk He Beared to him Thol of Fxehange teinji againtt us our ttatleat a from no returrii could M i atl whkh ioeUn ventencct might be could uos be by opeaing payments in fpecic the On the uther he kacw of no niMcrial inconvenience that would ariie from the continuance of the dcj alt thelc which were indeed he thought it for us trf W lie thought it wouldbc prudent for us to wait give time vuf to 1ortn tn fxk tinw to e different f ill thefe and httbter wcVopen piymenUin catli there were likejy tie one aad Wuliout any rnattfrial and on it wat migbt the hirn this ihould ltrfferefwe now ofParlia bv which that been from to fow which ingflouc he leave be given to bring in a bill to to be the in the faid Aa on the Bank of JONES he had lifteucd to the Higlu pcntleman with conuderablc but he had heard nothing revive to thfc rommercial relations of eouu nor wai there one eithern the Preliminary or Definitive Treaty relative to the commercial relations be tween this country and He thought fome realbn ought to have fhewn why tle Bank iliould not in Several pcrfons had fullered the pf the Law for forging and it was not proper the forging trade ihould be fuflfcred to If the Cliany cdlor of the Exchequer would ftate that commercial lions were depending between country aad he object to the Sir ROBERT PttL thai when firft brought it ekcitedi terf and reripnt alarm happy to obTenhci that of thofc Gtntlemcn who Appofed it had withdrawn ptefcat TheiUght OentleroajQ t ted Very wdgjityreafbm for the prefent at the ftiglit pentleman had againfttil in foreign eottntriet might fretnicntfjr be the cafe In the 6f Imreten If It would DC BO reafon why the reftridlioas fliould Our had increafed and jrpperty to the amount ofnot than now circu lated from band to4iand In in the courfe of a yean Not onenhirtitth part of this mm was in fpecit it would therefore be prodndive of the grefteft iircdbve and moft injurious to oblige the Bank to pay in fpecie and to fufftr tms fpecie1 to go out of the No injury had been ftatcd to from the rcftneoon no had been f aid table againft It If the trading intireft had been they would have Had the Bank been injured hy it the credit lii Upon all theic favour of the continuance Of the The the EXCHEQUER that at the polling of the Committee hnd been anpbiiitcd to inquire into the Sotveney Of the To appoint a Committee for this pufpofc at wtml4 Only lead to an inquiry intoa otrwhiclmo entertained any j Bill was JhKend w a w one i ed to be an of the lformerland if the Gentleman would took into the fornur that very provifjou he contended The Governor and of the ere tkere authorrfed pay fuch in as they jndfged The Bill onjy prevented thcin from being eomncUed todo After a Lord and lekvewaiTgiven to bring in the v The HoviCe then went info a of and J toeonljdeiof to be granted ta CHANCELLOR of the fUtiia that he had been induced make Tome in the Etety on Exports itojr hifcjntcntion tnat no ad itionaf duty laidon the duty on Imports fliould he riifed from to per at in average and the duty on iExpprts rednced from two to oBBpc the hlghtftduty pn to the VfndieK 5 the Tape of Gooil atuT to other The rtopft havirfgTefumedi the wai ordered to be received Kn on vanidi read a feeond and ordered fo be cotn Biitted ThtCornnrittee osr the Malt and Beer ordered to for i Tiie Heftife rhen went jinlo a Committee on the Corn Trade and and Houfe and theiRepnrrwat received The with the aniendmentsi was orderedfibe en and to be read third time then MHo on certain Supplies to be granted tb his Majcfty For the fcrvicc of the fums were charges of Civil Buildings 6 6 charges of the ufficft of Se fiir Charitable Donations Board of Firft foe building and repairingpld Towards building a Fever Hofpital in the motion for granting to tfac for to pay the ihtcfeft of their for yeati 8 it was warmly bppofed by ebjwJtcd to tlie pf trifti Corporatcd JJMl of the EXCHEQUER Faith pledged to difcjirgc by tbreJtreets or tlarUame4it Lad been pledged for them he fore Union V he alto upon the particular euftoro that vailed thofc things in the capital of whict did at in the Lpndon or Uverpobf in thw Tor itrowa parKcnhr they were the Parliament of that BEKESf ORD that the expenceit in queftion were incurred under die orders of the Parliament Cwporation duty was gratoitoudy performed by private The debt incurred that of With rcfpedto the were made oy the Commif Tionen 14 the fadt was the rcverfct infWlMf Of Which the Gentleman roflauccld two caftHlrtiffCiaf imnhafcri had aaually become Mtfotttente of what they conceived were thefa by the war tony Wiu IQ ot and hope4 the neeeflaay would be mXdc U it the end of the HcbigUly Ipproveil of the wife liberal prtdciptci laid the Chancellor of the afTured he Connmttee thatnonua tlpw approved Union than He aod watlbrrr ffiovld tliink com theft in cfenfidcred as a natter of diAreaee fcy eentlemen of to the recoileellon of the Codtmit only before u Gentlemen were in of alf the material infonrtatioh they ha ebvfd Reprefen tative Stttat United tbtvhich he had the hohoy to lined filently totheeonftrutclionf were put by fame ecnttcnTeven the relevant elauFct of the Ava of He that the gruti in qnel tion were not 90 the core of but matters of from well known and ma tufcly coififldcrtd at the time of both Connrries entering into rtje Unions The expenses in queftion were jfefrayed fbltly the Exchequer in not by or individuAb andyia frrch u they were for by ttrfy were charged in he aggregate eithtr to the Civil or other and hot prcfenied to Parliament in account of paltry clurgedfor minute cuf tom the Parliaraeirt of KOBSON that by hii of the aggregate fwm in qucftion priated onlyVb Certain ferviceiu a HAWKfcSBURY that upon a fair W and liberal qf the Act of Uni9Df and coii liftcutly fyftent of policy which ought to be adopted between the Count thefe which were in Ireland considered and paid public ihoald he Jo held by th United He wait aware at the fame time that line of diftinclion fliould be and under the principle he had laid particularly the tafet where improper attempli itfay be made to ex tend the limita of thefe or in fuch were wherein he thought Ireland fliould be bound to fol low the example after the Union had taken i Y then propofcd the laft which That tlie Sum of be granted to His to lie paid to the for and lighting the City of Dnblin for nine ROBSON made a Tancty of upon this and rcfpedUng which he alfo entered into fvme Detailed the drift of which to that the charge not only improvident io iti Jwe Knnccflary altog Ka Loridnttp Mi fitctefiirul gave aftraccount of the JMH jit mwe to or a ykf Aoukl oa Italian Republi lifers liad been forced jo flpp J i v4V Viatitetpeded wtatVhswivtinjOjiii Lbrd as uWip Some p ty to arjolitica rrmiivc may than the io the If fince vje x in thjj eaintal few M v a is at buTinVTftoft miferable been aftiacked apd robbed H by the who eft mth but bis The Courier of the ad nftv i alfojiorhave ajHJlt isfearedJit hai thet wittrrhe1 fame fate morning an InWruftion rom the King to tbeChah1 ceilorof the his MujtfiRy confides to this eminent Officeryanrriipeflion the tenfivc and the mttft in this kmgdbiipu InftrtuStotv the ChanCeliur of thcCouit is foltiy charged with the Police the and withfttit fpbeall relative jo de the is of tt rnoft celebrated uf the Swecdifl tenlSbtrtO that the Atu andScienctaivfll kingdom under his Pientiiti are1 aflqred that the Archduke Gharlts has iq perfuad fhe acquit where he inrly with the Arehdyke in the new organization of the Aufyrifin Accordng to Lerterj frorn European f urkeyi the Pacha of SiTiflria will accept the of on account of hit great ThePorftf has in cohfequence appointed of wrhofe name are at prefeoi The JaniflarieV Continue their fjreparcltions f r defence vvith greafeft they cndcaVoured to force thef Servians to join them in their but latrer A PachaJmty iVvif arrived at Valgoru one days Jourhejr from a thouftnd froopst who is to joined by a riiore nnnlerum when he Yftarch against injconcert with the fonof the decepfqd Pacha March front Hutngafy bbcpmrt daily more and rtrore iniefefting 01 thftroofi cantoned in fhat Conrttry ard in and it is no lonrgeY doubtful that it isinwudtd to y fome of the Turkifh Several Battalioni of Anflrian ftafioned in iTrimfyivanin have received orders to march to and and detaclnnentt are en pedied at The number of thofe bled in Tranfylvaniaafrnounis to is gefnerally intended cuuy the oihef Princi palities of Another Cordon of Auflrian Tfoopr is formed on the frontiers of BoFma and A numerous Auftriqn Eaftern The troops deftined fur the ad vanced guard army have their rendezvous Htliti and Thefit troopf w ;