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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 20, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                IMPERIAL PAUL A MR HOUSE OF AHKJt Ij TIE Tlie purfuint to n niotiinlur bring ia a bill to vinctmY and the leVcral relative to the Ht faici he fliould fljte 10 the Houfc the of the meant to in ordtrto nbvi ftfcthe poriiliifity mifrepi and in the hope of doing avrtiy a prolulmity oroppofition for he fntertalucd the ftrorigcft confidence that every part 61 the fyftenvhtfhad to propolc would be uuiverfally ty Upon the crinclufion of it was the opinion of his MajtftyV that no time rtiould be JofUn calling the Parliament toourdefcniive fyftcm they tliat by a folid welUarranged plan of peace Avas rendercu He withtheieutimeiitot hrs Right Friend exprctfcdou that the bcft fecurity for long Cjpn of peace eondudl which fhojiIdV he marked by cltneiliattoriiiuu diguiucd rator ofthcSuit to tinycious df Jour own irite rfcCls and tbf he inlulHor rclift an SUch a a it evrir the ftuily fi this country to refer ve i but it was pytielilarfy rfcfirable when the great acctllum of our neLjbbour iad into caution was itdedtial Minidors fecu fity of by adoptiiigalargtaiul five fyJltin oWefeneij firft by navyin a good Hate of rwpairp the fltpll of the officers and men in over the AvenUcs of piy ports and aHXtrrting tverjf protection to our To fulfil whi eh Wi the Urn in hiiMhjenV had tlieadvaiUage bealiiftcd by of the grcatcf anilities and iind the mod courage that evtr the navy to boaft and there was every reafon to hope that the part of the definitive fy ftcnl which would belong to ihiSn would be conduced in thcnnitl ciFtiSluai The fame attention would be paid tothe ordnance dc v partmentbpth in nfpecltothe defence oi the ftacoadand very other part of that To the the HouTe would took with and particularly to the manner in wlvich it concluded the He had happinefs to ftate togertier with the advantage of poHejfiiig a number of gallant atfd flcilful olUcers it was jit numbcra and dilcipine in hitter than it had lierAat anynthtr It afforded the bafu of anex tellcnt pence eHablifhincnt but though every thing may Ve cxpoTlfd the illuflrious Prince at the head of liotlccirive arrangement could be formed on it till Par lianicnt had prcvioiifly fixed the number erganiza tiun of the and not till the could the re gular torceshe plated on a ettled n this Country fy exteufively engaged in minufiiilurcs and coni niercei artdaiFillable in nil pointsit was to keep regular army adequate to the defence of the whole kicither was it if it could be Theft con fuggeftey he propriety of placing the enlarged and hcwas authoriftd tolay t e plan btfore the Houfe an early as 1h plan had to propole nothing new it was J tuiided on z6th his prtfent with only liieb amendments as were eflVntially llhere were three which it propoicd to attainithe confo of the exifting taws i the increafo of the numbers and the anVeudment of the exjlting regulations refpccl to the it appeared to be pnton the u the ti the they fliould be to knowjtheir and to llwrir With rtfpeA to aLrjcintt and would aofHre to the of hia allowing one Serjeant to every jo men Imt he thought that luniltk be required to refide whrrtrfheanns of regiment were I the rcgimrnt dbpcildid nn tlkfcpcrfonsf t was therefore jo ktcp tfeutn Kor the fame reafon he wilhtd the of thefe perfons to 3C greater thaft it was itr the latl peace j it wa then to the to aild to the Kii V4N yroportibnatc ma oni called tliat of 11 be by a comparative of the cirtum ftanccs of two Sir ROBERT PEELft that pa both couri by the bceft in tnct Tolved irjtheTfltae and they were equally inipli catcxliu the ofHhc He therefore truflexl that a ujKjn fo would meetvtbe Approbation of tfie Thejregulation his opi nion well be Maintained Y arU fnMn D witli his may be the next Ved irt Irciu augmentation had takeh lietp up inits full had now he to the and the Drummers which the pay of arpnyate If ibeyirrc abfcnt from their ftations with he to enjoy pay with out augmentation if they were ableut without they Ihould forfeit the The poiiit lie fliould touch on the training and cicrcifingj and flie ihould wifluthatjiuftewd of the wliold force flunild be jeimSfjid tor The additional etpence wouldbeqitt afid by AWcrjr formidable body would Majefty lam power as he had now by fHe wasiJnWillinwtto nion if well be ntaintamea thxt A with fcfpeft to bounties ougMt to take ptuce P fliuuld and Imports and houjd w as to and Application of that forces He willwd itftilflb ftaud part that it fliould not beieut i flu it he He thought it ncrrllary ro of the 5II that he meant to fame time I the that he rfs ptt and he was ready to that mettle feiifc of prcfcnt on ncn for with a power of ang tnentatitin to iod on 9060 rrien fmr with a augmcntaHon ed moving for leave to bring BtlLfor axfifarnhij the Militia Laws And augmenting the uum r siflfthe Militia SHERIDAN thWkcd the Wnni Oaitletninfor the Aatcment he had and xprdTtdfeii tsiincidence jn the greater numbtr wiis certain every pnfltble tetrenchmrnt RJace ti id not conceive that to be a wilmlKoiAmy riiiniflicdthcfceurity of the country J add he was oft topi nion that which was the natural of our ftars and was always a friend to the deviation from the proper efhs breaking in upon the conftitutionaV fv wilhed the when they they woujd ttotiV purpofe of montentaay 5en tlemen gave upthvir and dcmyftie ral Illumination will take apc tut but at feme time rcgulatiuh operated two bc for fliirtild iud Jiave but the capacities yf the reel TTc e unequal operation of the dut t of t but Lord Jhat might reH afturid pif to tltb plotting f tKe on thtifiUne fhUting the commerce of1 wouldfcd TSiTftrjvjrrVo lie made and i Extended to without WftY1 fined to tkts country thbn hie ohjtA iaWceivc But it niay be 10 CMint ry wi t hv while fotttoWWOli extended to itnrt thr itfni fure no order totraiUand difciplihe a let rff wHo they conceived a lading credit to converted tor tilt cxpcjiiti4nFf the re was another point fo navy had beifn Ml Iwe the Gtntltvnqn that in doing judicc to the it fneant tq fay thnt the navy was net entitled to tit higheft oWour tcftSnjonV that fit that grati had Ixitrt a Militiaf adwjuatj to the cies of the U found nccttTary augincnt it by volunteers up to In this a hrailar augmentation had bten early found and it was afterwards by addition of fuppkrrientary In fixing the number to be now kept it proper to as much as the regular forces which were to be kept up at the iMine and which could not be futldenly rtducctl without great It however to 6s the number of Militia at that point where the ftr vjce of the country required it to be Great the extent oi its and the number of import ant puih which it was neccllary to making every for the alliftahcc of the ought to be able ihurtly after commencement of a to bring into aCtiun men calculating on many regular troops as would us to at leal 7 of thelf fhoitld be Of tliis the Northern part of the l1and would furnifh from 10 tw formerly there had been no Militia in North and it was one of tike many benefits of the Union in Icfs than a century fmcc that event had that part ol the Ifland was able and willing to con tribute in fo large a proportion to this the number which is to a qucftion tvhcthcr it would be ad vitUblc in tlittirfl inftancc to enrol and difcipliae the en or only to envoi a pirt at and refcrve the tor cafes of by enrolling the en tire at prefent this advantage would be attHiued tlut in a fortnight or rhue weeks after the commencement of ri we would be able ro bring into the field tlUlipliucd Out if this number was be imme diately the counties would be put fo grvat dif and the expence would be grievous to amounting to no with the of uoncoitimi fumed than tor 11 tlurt to be the luoft advifivble plait to enrol at prc lcjt empowvriug his in tales of to thtile SvutUnd would raife 3 or It that by this arrainjeirtm the would not he quite fo ready in cafr of but the Iaving was nn tiUJetil umcicnt tu the His Mi jeftyv propofed to add ahuut one third to the regular keeping the forte nearly It was at prcfcnt and the principal features uf the Bill tvould be the enrolment of men in the iirft a power to add in cale tif Hav Paid thus much for the he would now proceed tt the and in thtfc the IcuJing ar ticle would relate to the powers of the The quota of the rtfpeftivc the manner cf the en the the mode of railing and embodying the it men called for within a clrtain would be regulated by the provifioiiK of the Avtof the a6ch of the Kiligv to which any thing now would be niily amending It far at it was by combining with it the provifioiu of other mure recent AU relative to the IViilitia It to add onethird to the oftach When the mtn jliuutd lv divided into ift umUr the age of 30 diofe who have thofc who have but one child and a general account of the bcft difciplined j in order in cafes of the tirft necef recourfe may be in the firfl to thofe are young and without and that in cafes of danger it may be known who are bcft With refpecl to the the only alteration he fliould prppoc that Field Officers flu uld have no On the regimental Staff he fhculd propofe that there fliould be no Adjutant to any corps Icfs than three nor any Paymaftcr any corpt under the fame number for it was an ohjetf to prevent the ex pence of keeping up a great Staff ur final A Sur was to be amtiked to every corps over two conipa but no flurgeun to be apppinted without being jjf to bt competent by examination ut was the bed Wpng u hich f the of itttn in though not the highett in it was to in any the higheft Hefpoke bt the Linitc bravery in cutting out whdfe merit in in every in the orders of their every man could He la the hardfhip of fending who after a add eipenfive hadattiiincd the rank of at the termination of a to and maintain themlelves on a half pay of aycar He thought it neceffary at preff nt to amend their inTlrtiKrftb prfferve their ItrViets when every Power in Europe would be eigcT to engage coincided in die clear the Secretary at and wifiied to know whejther it was meant to extendit to Jrcluud The Mjlitia of that country was rcpulated bv frmr or five difFcrint all patted within the laft anil requiring viry much to be 4Kb tiy be To and tw the rcfult of that giiiding themftlVeVby the deftre to do partof pwpafe trt on the ubjeiSu There vftrCotlierobjtfcllonBtJMhrch he did give all ihenibytHole fttnk An HoDOiiribleXWftlnnau may Ving the changes on capitalrnnd tfecyi not entirely depended tfraVfttinfed that the niore thofe principles wcrtf ex the more fccure they fpedl to commercial though not now the tfnue to go intoany difcuOIiW to vhpwcvefi highly others of he entertained great doubts whether they were attended he wife fpc purpolc of takenplsjce restfejrt tii imagine Wtii i jvhtch Iff then thejrfe i henfioiK few choice 1 If but tcm r iTT vnv reciprocally looked intothcgeneral our hevfoiindi we had is much carted oh that in tcrcaurfc with wjth the nations who f were hoantl by no aithofc WfjtK whom he ceflain that tm be given With rtfpedl this anu the alarm of left markets fliould be fhut jvgainft was proper to cunddcr that the demand for our npt fo much from any iucfcafe in the nnniber as front the impoulbility of thofcmarkets being Aipplied from any other quarter to fo much advant age and if an incrcife nature place during the there was 0511 greater reafuh that it would increafe The only articlo in which we to apprehend a linen and here prchehlion did not arife froih France or or anyof m LSV t f Include them in the prHnt thofe wth which tve no bur from icit tkrllion a Bill to the eflfeifl11 and with we were partittTwJy and who had not been involved in any war with If could fupply cheaper than theli there washroom for But except articles of fuch as in which France had for a time contended with we hail no rival to that when Gentlemen theftate in which peace placed they would confidcr the qncftion rhe The SECRETARY WAR could inform the Gentleman that he thought it extremily proper that the Militia of Ireland put on the fame fooling with the Militia tliis but as there were four or five diilinrnt it impdffiblc to arrange tlvcm fo as to fuel In the courfe of the next dtCued by the Gentleman maybe FOsTKR that the Militia immediately to he the imperfections inthc Militia laws inuft create coiifuiion in WICK HAM as Rjght Friend exprcfalv declared that the fat the fyf he was then introducing could to under it would le uuucoefiary for him to repeat that declaration but if the Houfe would give him he would ftuje the rcafon was impofiiblc to do any thing more at prcfcnt than to fubjecl intw contldcraiioiu 3he whole fvllem of the Militia Jaw ntw in Ireland j the firft AA that fiihjedl in and the plan precifely the Tame at that in Great Britain having Us foundatidnin a fyftcm of was abfolutcly impraClicaWe in nearly every councyjiv fo that the Irilli Parliament was obliged tq a dif ferent by which the ta recruit men for the regular to the place v Jiich d to uifh the number of men by the regular of of the men ft raifed being at pftli to their a new difficulty presented and the haunting which was the foundation of his o having fauijd totally inajtplicahle in it would iinpoflihU fo to that as a lo that they were rcdiiccd to ncceifity of kcking fume other mode applicable to the tUuation and tirrumflancta of that country Whtrtitr be found in continuing the plan of which was contrary to the fyftcm of the Militia a quclVian that rcquirtcl the moft and oujot not in any cafe to be decided upon All dial he could lay t the vhule IubjnSk at this moment undir the m U ferrous ajnd ft wpuld he pollible to prcfcnt it to Parliament this Setliorior tbe it ceiuiuiy would in no cafe be brought lll all the information in any ivny lairing upon it hsd Itfrn col and every poflible thrown lipoii the qir liLFOHD f bfrjdonc for annther clufs of meritorious Olticert Surgeons TP ho won Id be turned loofe un the without proviso He dil 4Ut it to go fo far as but fomcthing The SliCRliTARY at WAR ttnpnfliblc to connect luch lubjtdi with preCcnt Mdiiy of the Aiiiitia Surgeons held Subaltern thus be entitled to white they ai the fame tnjovc4 a larger prefent The at obtained leave to bring in a Dill to eftablilh a Militia force in The SECRETARY at WAR brought up the Englifli Militia which read a firft anil ordered to be read a fccond rime The Right Hon Mover dated it to be his wiflv to have it committed on and that the Bill being then rtiould lay over a fortnight for qnly with the Countries with whfch we had been at ijcnicd aijertion of an Gen tleman that jjritifh fhjps paid double what wat paidliy AiTvericiins the contrary was the for Ainefieans paid if tney returned ip cluded again cxprcftingliis cotqcj3ence in t ciple and declaring upon was to apply it to it flioijld be wiflicd Ireland juft t He con the found though laud and we t of eacIiwierie Irelan xchcquer it was that iaclutfed in the bill now The1 bill was fomjiiittcd fxic fridfy j i This day f wc received the fltfeni h JPapers tr tbejj ThV Mnnitetihcbmainji of theConyenti his tto Hnelr QtidlrheFirft as ir to preferve the Ijcli CoitrvnA Thf articles Church are Nto do3irirtfll or do to ar n v a pf rhe Frew hi atjSt i teof thecobiiyv rhe gives the loHmvirtg yi ify Cape tW of fafl o off tjye when tiered 3 on cach fittv to to tkl ttrmi ticjiooe be permittedUI and the their liberty and proptrtj I During tkefc General Clere totfr j iognife any fuclsirhftracler in thf by the to fufpicion of to and threatened i i know The gob on A Negroes fneitJMij age nor of lulled itK one hand the flaughtei fte holding cfif iti limk with in tjie oar di trended hilhds ihe horrid Thcfe tfffttd Wre witncfs AA AND IMFORT DUTY General GASCOYNE that although he not mean to oppofc the he could not avoid exprcf bis that the Duty upon Exports aud Impvru bliihed or r One of ihc on toe uti lity of tlie Cncordarv ihatuntil ir tliepurchafer of Church dreaded nevv fpoliition j the and the married Prieft an butithisfirigle diflVpaed nil their and put an end to all fu Several and ther hpflile movements already tijken place againfl The letters from Frankfort theRuffian troops dejf lined with ihe penetrated into Leitersj ffoin LemT HermenRadt addj that iljeentrance of the territory zym Our vvill that vwe prepared them a few tor of this A letter from Alexandria that the Beys have retired to Upper whirher troops are proceeding againft more horrid nctng ai agged the tbcir flibng holHfliu the On themorning Of the aopo 39 only had efeapedvaodthtir except a wretched few on board the Amettun vcre not to be All the plantations of ctttnfivc and once flourifhing plain around the or many exhibited fhe fame It Avas thought thatToufldint was and that hetus to the is tbtt at thv head of his inVpofuion Orong by nature api and vhjch he for fotnc time been fortifying rendering Io this flrohg pofltion he h retired with histreafury aad his and from it Will make his murderous exctirfionsi and harafj the inhi his old and implacable was the Pnjnchy and much Wai eatpccSed of arid iniluence with its inhabit is maritime town in iflind had been burnt inrifje viluch by ifte vVHich attached of by by the Frew Intendant fofiil on the I4h but nootM Capiftin in i oftki General meaftve conciliation and polity thp burnihgf and at the in we fromothtf ji of of fruiw JHwrt that th pVQcifetingthtt number of With which they mafiacred asfo6n as they were out of the the French they retreated throngitM I they deftroycd every thing in their refinance was made to the Captain that previous to his Intelligence had arrived of the cDtiredeftruclion the Port of 1 It is ftated in a letter to a Member ofCongeft General Touflaint had completely thu oflf1 the by ah inbifqflmiqate maifacrff o the who were to be and that he ordered all provifioas ind ftorcs to be remove wj i lie   

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