Dublin Journal, April 17, 1802

Dublin Journal

April 17, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 17, 1802, Dublin, Dublin IMPERML ITOtTSE Of APRIL Sir JOHN ANDERSON brought up Bill for nifing for Carrying on the improvement of the PMt Read a lirft He brought up nllo a Bill for railing a further Cum ot mtney to defray the efpcnce of the Plan for widening the entrance into the City of hv the way of Temple and the entrance of Read St firft lime and ordered to fee read a fccond The Bill fwr appropriating a certain piece of ground ffrVhc of his MUjcftys Ordnance at Woolwich Avi4y third time and VANaiTTAUT moved iuftrucVbns to Com Inittct uplift a Bill o carry into effaSt the of theGotnraittce and that theydwmake the effectual collection of arrears on the which were agreed i Loan Bill audthc were agreed Bill ordered to be anditabe time on it then ALEXANDER brought Up the Report of the Com feiiuce oa Bill for granting an additional Duty on or and inhabited mendmcnti were rcAd a and on the reading ROBSON took occaliun to objcft to this Bill he entered tit large into all hii in oppvtition f otfcer things thai wore thYmore he was ctwftrnKd the He thought that in ttauccsi it impoffible to eolith Jie thought it would toll ctirtrncJy haril to of Derfons cuulUnot irt A hotifc toif the rent e to pvy fdr the WbdowDfatKiariwtl maintained to be iatoJeMbWi Heippre that Jhoie who cxpcAedpopniarfyftf llVf laconic would e Vere to fall on the toiler claflef of thc People who now that the Bill the and that the Poor tjufte up the deficiency of fliMghf iftHipukCi tlw Duty on to the He was tt eplhjwn tliat Genltonfcri was no y on that JtetwiQied nJ infounatlOn Upon He that be had not had an opportunity of reading it five before the Houfc jiC Itrbeing He perfilUU iw Bill a IMC in conjuwttkirt with the oihiifoiitips Vom faid hal which wai to laid lie impofod flleftce ujloh r Intcr tiqt ot to the City of the Wft mode jfefiulilt01Ti better than Uiofc repre who had lived in tion for the Ingroffmettt of weredrder cd under fuupolitidn thatthe was joing to but no divifioulftok frlapfc When we returned into tha Report of the Convoy Duty Bill was fojne infor when were JQ wj4there any torther yeflerday 7th 8th eonutjbx the co is agreed upon between the French Re pubHc the they alf the Re portand Debates upon Ir fn the and the which run In the Tribunate it was adapted bya majority of 78 to BRTnisEtr THE AND The Gftvernnjenr of f W afirf ROman ot the great majority F t 1 s HJinefsj inrhe fame nth Citi fefiipn vvhich the Oonfuls tliif of theCa ijf the good the thef ii flxijlf bSftlfrefcly in Ui be fuch regulations may fetan meceflarjr for n concert 4lle flull nta Ice a new divifioa of the French HUHylinefa declare tothc Frpnch for of Peace and Unity he eYpedla f rum them all manner of1 cVch that theft of their that if tlvey refufe to ctuice demandedot them for thegootl hSefsf to and fthi rtolincft fliallcoufcT jdfdiUation in the fame manner1 lie Iclfingc of Government The nominationstw the wBich flialf aftrr tlrdi btconre in the Firfl Confut rne Canonical OrdrrnrtloHniiaU given hy the Hojy in conformity to the prtcVdhig Tr before entering teinfe authoriied by tlw Government i Kunciu halibe We failed nWo relatiwa mrlilM any ftttaftinn rdative t affairs of the without the faiu of the aqne atnhurit y that the decrees of foreign evert of fhall not be publifliedli in France has examined into their cornptibilitywith the of the French Republic that no National nordettberating Af within fight of btew lo hard Aboukit where We Jain defett the whvleStajf which came 1 fy It fhajjfbe held without the exprcls fion or They alfo that no perfon wJtp is not of French and vVho har not attained age of t hi That tlierefljallbc but one liturgy and catechifin l Churchfs of France that no except that of the be efla biifhed without the permiflibn of I I A Qwf 1 to worn by the inferior in of f and they are to wear on ordiriary The ringrng of tonfecratiott of private the order and feafbJus of jthe nuptial the tibft Uy the laWs of the are aUb regulatVd and thefe v There is another or cofftauiing articles for thfc regulation of the Proteftant Com By is provided that a French can perform the rites of this and lifters employed the Churches of jail have end thieylliaH bound in peifof mance lejrvid fo frtf the profjifrYlty of the French the oi the Reformed v thefe Refofmed Churches fhall have I arrival that their and lhat In a few wiibother troopg were obliged to evacuate Which wai raging thelttdjan confined before rnoft the evtujciated b the oe it report clrculattd inl of the of tfce Brittfh 1 v the ConiBftoty of tech Church A He knew lietftr than ail tin tjjjjA country atftiri than any body apd nqwhe that outd puf offtfci i 3 i it r i according to follow f wearand promife upou i eftabiifhtd alloto hare cuter withant or wfyk f fhaUhe contrary toJihje T vhicjihe tlii the ftrgumcnt agaiuft a4lljr apply The to tijkes were by jthc lie hVcijHM point out eq in thjtyfrpff 11 Who do duty in or iwy Notebles chofm by fuch of the paymofr to the di refk number of tlie Notables to be leis rhaa fix or exceed and half i Ar i i or every two yar lEach Sy6od is to be cotnpoled of oj au w Notable fr6m Tbe Vynods without rhe perrnifllon of tib ifor caiflrihey continue fitting more than DJpttfcV cUewherei tearn that any on to the Statcy I fhail intorm The EccUcjpaffics of hands of th Civil Authorities appoint K ir rented Catholic of Irvine i W whlcli bccu given to Jic would hi v I frotftfurther obleryatiorii on iblit found coutrary tO the r tKe Houic wits tu be in the lame frtuatidnas It of with regard the efforts of V nndtr thu WHUhc would have a puwfr to bur then of it from thoTc be czccufcd for were then read a fecood and on the ftioft for agreeing to the mpdcf of be altered in this and hp willicd tine Ihoujd be ai by cqnlidcrthw wKich lie owned W hacl i hadan opnort unity had not beeti able f fa Hddidinot fujtjluttW done WHS Jicn he for Heivantttl upon the contents pt the5 billi and for that the further difdufliiBii be TfveBIfliopV fliall wake a new divifion of and which flialt luvt uoicfietfl till after the icurrcnceof the nameto tlie Choice cart only fall Upon ptrftinV ippfovcd by of the Cffnfcordat and its The Tribunate has aiopted a majurity of 78 to The atl will to Perhaps ftns be the rdi glfiiis one nor iu the i it could a violalioii to the vveibre j nor Handing in ihedig atruude ofhufbartd and fhoukl be the plague he warned to rtey doclruiei the plague out any efTeAft crmmunicated the exigence in fitoo or y The Turkey Smith a magnificent of a vafe highly he top terminatint figure of an Alligatorthe one fide the Governor arid Company trading irito the Sydney of hisf RovaL Swerlifh Orderof to ditchargethe aCred funjitions oia the1 CMe wasrno to Under ft arid this ljnrc of or i would have greater power the tormur hinVHe could ihew the ot the hill which he might uudcrttand in few there would be an y6fdtfcufling tikebtUouthe WJJQUEY thanked the fpr pro i method of informing hut to prpcecU in the iloiUe Ot CUmrtutos in waVfor conimwUtuin of ao he apprehended be The ovghtto lie given to the 4u that M bur thjc who had JuU laddered thji it uir no dthef jraflted ttj therefore the offer w itv fryflxbt cT x H08SONvtKonght frtun an the tf intend cf walon in iupiort of He tlwtf was doing wo more than his duty in in peaking onithe bufiuefs of qruf all for he CMnudxrcd himicU as touch n Member fw to jhe of he did not MtmherV the fad that WwVerjrlittle acquiated ytita Pariflu The JFgWl Tiw SHAKER ifc tht wasinadc hy an ihi till iirisjidlkioni not been in the Table whin he caw to he an Inquiry made how canw to tud tu that th Dill carried to the Office of the it was pertedly iiuturi Mrabc invve blid to it at bis Oa the jucj the BirivpnsdOiall ChaptcV in their 5dralj iMid Go vernment obliged to endow All MeJtropoliian Cathedral And Parifti and not to wor fliall be plactdat the difpylitibn of the for the ittkeof the peace and happy the Catholit that nor his in aaj trouble the PafkSicuu of ialicfwltd in the property of and the Rights attached to llivitreiiiriHi iin the of their prcfcnt 1 he a fuitableliftiHifli rncnt to the Curates whofe1 DigiseKs ifid CUrcs arecompriztU ia the dpvcrnmeiit will take tHeK r Frencli it they tvtllx toiftake dilpbtltiqlftl io favour of the XVI Hii Pfeft tlTefame JRightqattdfpreVo were enjoyed by the anticnt Gowcrnrnvuki T tt is bptwccM the tharin auy one ot the the FirBCouful lhaJl nHben the and Ircrojaiivcatnen ttoned in the above and the luxnibaiiolt toBiffiop hjU be to far as relates to 6y a neii ihe fljall be at within he fpace of 40 Done it the 4jth of TOijEPH OoafalvL i Archbiftujp of to his anriant and fii operatVngwitli He to MVirhftaruJ tbrthff of ated obflinate of an enemy f Efer y iare pe iy ith us at the reft peace the GalliPini and at the of a coije 1n F Thelonger a man the onpreideeplyi is he convmcei that neither the ftate nor the indi can profpcr jpttbout It is the the it is the of the promps to virtue by the certainty of it dtfcrjurafes vice by the4 ccrijajniy of The Athieft 5s an pity and every iource of pre lent add enjoy trewK Hii in the eloquent of ttndr as mwch to Qiankind Religion m them r It not make hem dijpofed to turn every thing lacrcd Jioip all the ties w hich men ingeiher jtySjries up fprings of all the nature H hardens the heart it deflroyt tijfclearing tie j ii anmhi Ues ciftf v i and Ifed Oh totally with t w cnme throu trom Cqn one horfeis hiving three people rtiiiibody dawi approach him but one ttliouf his being and four feet ftrapped together with jflrong leather to prevent lit laddies and are of thevTarklfh The Rorpan Catholic religion he religion of he ereat JmajoVity ihft The ChJeTCunlu to the wuinb rof ivhuh ten of jbsitbrmenand fifty of the r The falavy of i of the iJi They are to of fi to the Confular Government And for the Government and tfye in the ipllowmg words falvtimfit Raven of war dav at from SKPQn4pgvwith Government from She left StriJorhingV about the loth of courfe hns brought later inielltgence than which hat been received by the Go bear general buttle has taken place in afar a trioft bloody and ob ftinate Toiiflaint was after fringing in which French tro pis vvere blowp The bfs ftrt both fides was very grcav after his effedecl his retreat into the carryirigwiih hiro as many dt ihe white inhabitants as he was making the nvcefTary difpomions to follow him when the Riveii w ifti i reached on the 4th of The ratification expetRed early in the prefcnt Week at it is the tbcj are to ro appoint but they moft be approved of The Pope declares that hit fticceObrihaH diliurfi the pcifwil pof ftffioo of the Propeny has been riie Thjs is the Frtnch whifcb that no biitl or order whateve ifHied by the Court of Rome or publilhed AccourKs frpm the f 4t1i pf It is certain that England has made an arraege meflfwith our Court relative to the loan made in England upon the credit of the revenues of the Low By the Treaty of hefe debts rernatijed a charge Upon the Cabinet of It i laid in forne private letters from that the French Government intends to pUee troppi in the pay nf and to be fta lioned in Such a proceeding would have fo little and fftifeht ptovefo dange rous to as it would Infinitely mortifying and we cannot believe that there is the fmaflefl foundation fat fo improbable a TheBoHon Gazette of the that houfe Kad jfontradred rofurnilhthe French troopsarrf flipping in thf Indies with quantities of brandy are er rra5tfd from in and fell at gallon the did illation from peaches is Ijkewife vineyards hayerecenriy formed in different parts and are of good malt and pi ritoitt liquors b ar a Heavy tmpofl duty j butbar and of Ameriom are free from The cul ure rtf Cotton in the ant Georgia is extending with uncommon aod the ploughs university uied in aim ft every ftage of the cultivation with eafe and inftead of the which is the ordinary mode of tillage in the Weft Indin Improved st tentipn is paid to the quality and cleanlmefs of particularly in Georgia and the pricrl here are per pound higher than the Ja and higher than the Barbadoesbot This circumffance is ally to affect the value of Weft The iiul of the State of Delaware has been found favourable to the cultnte of The are rapidly getting into pradice of refining lugarst ihe manufaclure of the exceeded three millions and a quartet pounds The repeal of Judiciary Afl continued w the end of February the fubjeCt of animated cuflin in the Arrvericaii We I ave receded the Amerfcan papefs fo of February npt find lubjecl of repeating the additionajl duties 004he impoTtaiicn of Btitifti manufactures into the Americnn to have been agqin brought under the cotifidera tion of The quefliop has until tlte difpofitian of this country on the reciprocal repeal of the countervailing Du ties has been made Known to duties in on goods imported in Frenck or Ameriqin is in numerous inflances Iy equal to a prohibition j on tobacco it is ten Much damage was done along the coaftby vigleut on the zatd of ;