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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 22, 1802, Dublin, Dublin ft VJ From LONDON ApA brCTi pleafed to grant the a BArun of the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire land unto Sir Edward Chief Juftkc of Majertys Court of and to the male nf body yfWfully by the and title ef Biron of ia the county irf APRIL he1 pWport of the Telegraphic Difpatch frorrt which gave in our Paper that pW iww had been broitghf This in very indefinite If will fcardtyibff it cm comprehend the Complete final fubjugatioii of the and tve have faid enough already upon this fbbjexft to that nothing fhort of this ran bv confidered as very favourable the caufe of the French Re bite in A protrsUled that country is death to ihufe and incalculable expence ro rile Mother If is certainly the intercft oPBri thar the Frendi fhould fuirceed in the object of and we haverepeatedly that the uirimarv more imroe diare fate of our own Colonies In fyarrer of the fe deeply involved in But wecannor give way to muft likely delufive expectations and h und probpWe A fyAem tf waged by even Ne proved in fome of our tflarid fatal to fhou frinds of our Country an4 their fubjec tirtn has fawn bnlyivery by ex Jn fa corijparauvely eixwnfiye as that of Stx in vrhiohihe Negroes many been to bear fiwereign with an army trained well organized in every it is net to be expected that an European however larf hould fo foon fucceed in thffobjecl of is We believe that the II rft accoHnw received from that quarier had the chrtiatneriflic embellishment of French Military bir know tpo much of the nature of Weft India warfare to that getting poffef 9f the and the adjacent plajnslof uch an than vhe foot on the firft flep of a and of thole who ha veto do not Haifa time to caJcul ve and A part of the bs or but tnoofch remain heights and faflnelfes of thelflandi to5 render the poifeffion the plains valleys a and fervice to thufe whofe lot it be to occupy bothiCWdtry many of bred up to by the reduc not only of bur other means of Letbrffam Plyafauthi sfyrit Plymouth and Dock fire all alive in the pay ing off the fhips nnd theembarkation of the French A very honourable trait of the true character of a real Briifh tar occurred in Jaft evening Several of the French prifoncfs were permitted to conictin fhore from the cartels to pnrchaleneceffiiries fbir tneir A feainani of the Captain off onMoflday met the French W to lofty with other to lave the uhiclv bWfp djfjingujftied a 01 Itontft Bruifh tar actually wch jjla making f The ruddy of wUl contradict afly idle repots of febrjfon ihaps tieveVAveye fo taking every cir TiimflHnce into is n of Bri tifli worthy the Jrvjteiifh Went the jwrbriir the San 120 be Dripped and paid off the Royal 119 and v to moi row morn ing at torihefjL the powder of and are feat on ftore in to the different flatedit fome days ago to be Ourbelirfi and our for entertaining that Par be very early in The the Kalter rccdTt adds to twth nfcd to ad journ at Eafler jfar a The prefent ad journmenr is for left than a week As the bufiuefs before ParlJajTtent is not of fuch prefllog importance to fo Ihort an adjournment ntctf alPerted the public bufineft fimihed by t he end of in that Parliament may be diflolvd the beginning of and the General Eledion take without interfering with the AM he French Prif ners of War at the Depot of were embarked n fundry Car tel on and and ijth the numberbeiween three and four The are much indebted to the Agent for Prisoners War at for exertions in relieving the country of fo heavy a burden in fo fhorr a fpace ef It js ferionfly to be hnped that thofe Officers who have ferved fcveral yers the arid efcaped rhe rjgoursof a Weft Indian and tnny nor be forgot when a recluclion place jfa imilar was to be eflabljihed in the Regu as is going to be adopted in the name that no PjeTd pfficers are to have ir X lettir Pram iftand of December that on the newfojf rifiCMtion of the f rtntfnnl ir ha bitants held a pnt agreed to an Addrefs of Congratulation to ffie in which was eX prefled a wiih Kritilh form of Government hjaujtj itftajriy otfeet a jtyrit Thisis tu many refpecl a rncthorabfo day for It is the laft of the Dtradefra puny which lived much with out any regretrandtp morrow the Sabbath is to be reinfljilied in ili its dntieni fplendottr T This the feveral Chunhcs in Paris are 10 utideW n of and a High Mafs istobe celebrated for the theaufpiees of Peace and the Gof The vifit yefjerday to the Thuilleries feemed bear the appearance of of the The great Crdfs as difylnyed upon grand whiHEjl his Eminence paid vifir w tne Firft Cinfttl and to Madame BottaparteV The fame Cortege accompanied him on his return to hii Thele appearances are highlygratifying to and for rhe they ap to Have fufcinnred rVe But rhrrt days all the world was Wfied in fenliiiig the vhier of Longchamps it is iow employed irf fet tling the nvxfcof puWrt find tingto the Bots de now is bout getting rhfrthurch rff This rrlrgmiis fervoar no high ly and wouFd be pfodti dive faert if iteould only be made to continue EaUer jEven now the volatile Parifiansmix gaiery thfrir devotion j fheyfay purifica tion of fhe Churches this day is intended w cleanfe ihem from the The philanrhroptfm and a thoufand wittkifms are sgahift la Reveillere the inventor qf Jlillbtm worfhip At the Affizeg of ivhich commerictd on the 2oth John Ntiicher WHS tried and con victed of the Wigart The aireum ftances which ted to trial and conviclion a which occarrttf ftveral yeaw are lii frarordinary as to be worthv of particular The prif who lived with his on going otit to rob the took wiih him a fwbrJJje longing ro an officer who rhen lodged in Qo atjaxfctng ihe Puft a flruggle enfud be iw whii h the fWord wfls drawn rhe and Nutchery in his hurry to finitl carry home the left trie fcabbard benind which was fecured and taken to the ThisJcircurnflaiicc occurred to him on liis return and of courfe he was very much asiheofEccr to wh the fword belongedWHS expected home in a few days on his miffing the make inquiries which woutd lead tovery able In this Ntrtcher ap plied a friend of an ingenious mechanic to whom he confided and intreated This afw much promifed his find fc crec yr bur exTefsly faat he previ oufly Kolc of the ferrm and taken from which was done without by thruwmg the leferved to fonrtclfa rigKt of publifhing the whole incaJTeKuccher fpould at anj tirn in futurebf gmlty nf firn lar aay other flagrani breach of the laws of his Waving made rnfe fti anifl to the ob tarned a fight of the in and in a very fhort ihwe complied another fo exactly like rhat neither ihr officer on bfe though rhe latter to clean the new fctbbard feveral times afterwards had rhe leafl fufpicion any change having taffcto Tne matter thus renwiried entirely con and abut ayeer or twofroni Nutthwr married 9 fhortly after his in a moment cummuniciited the circuiriftances the robbefy his not living very happily wiih fierhuf on occafion of a quarrel hich happened between rhem threatened in her anger rhe atfaifto the Alter NutcheK beenine exrierhely und k is made fome violtfnr nuempts on hjs1 threatened her hfer fhe made a public difcofure t the tranfacliivn above i which he was broaght to The iBgeniout kias of courJefurrmonedto againft and his honft dignified in was mired by the NutcheV was of courier and will be executed in a few days Arin fummoned befoie the Commiffiorjers of Court of IAenforce the pnytpent of attedged to be due to4 herfor rnonjiVk wages The girl fhe had hired hcrffelf t tb lo the care and R of fix favourite for whom fj prepareu far thei r entity n maKing i n the whole which me had been giverfo her end which fhe had regularly tolbut finding flic could not givciausfic letfeff degraded in fb flrangt etermined on ro which infifting at the fiirnttime v v v T out of that fnta having beenregularly of her Halt Sho would not confent to this her Miftrtfs Jiatl fufed to in turn made her and that the Maid had converted the toi The Commiflioneri decjcltd in the APRIL The SPEAKER and the Hoafie haviftg been to attend the Houfc of to htar tlif Korai fiven by CorjmSnlbh to certain IMt ol and on hii return acquainted the that he had Honfc ra tfae Hnufe of where he had heard the Ror at given by rro Kc fiotn the Window and Houfc Duty the Irrtfi Rtvemlc the hill for rcjultting the Coiu Trade between Orcat Britain the Duudec Ale and Teveral Bctr Bill wks read a third tirri and The Aflcflwt BiB read a third time EngliOt MiKiia BiR a and afW arfltoreconvcrfation netwccn Lpsd the Secretary at Sir WiNwm received and ordered to Be taken into further confideMtionon and the bill to be printed amondcri VahfitUrt thaf the Hbufe qa rifing do ad jputn to ifcwainot his intention to op jxfft the but he had a queflwn or two of Majeftyft wliieh be thougBt it wai ncccf tirythy fljoold He wiflicd to wbe tUtt it cxpcaei the period would be lojig Bttfore lAe1 ratified treaty arrived it Mkiifters would fufttr aay Ittigth of titne to before they fuhmitted it to the of tW Houfe reafm of his aflcing tfatft thai by the whicli haitmtirfc to the pnbHc wd whichhe Qtoitld oof attempt to argue on at it appeared that fevetal the grcateft coaitqtjence cottotry been ae of the that to the qutftion of the Hdtb lie every reafon to ftippofe that the wquld Dot be long before ratified treaty arrived that event did not depend on his As to fccond it would depend niore on thr fen tlemanaod his than on hw Bfajpfty Mioifters He believed it had never been thecuftomof Mkiiftera long to delay feyinia Tvealy the tfnd he did not tfin the would the of fo His Majeftys Minifterf would be fully prepared to the and to en ter into its justification when the proper day arrived but till then he muft beg be cxcufcd fitom any argu on the SHERIDAvN1 he had poftponed his motion rclafiye to I be of the in confeauence of an aflnrauce thxt the Monringoonwould very fliortly ar rive with important uMfpatchei relative to that fiibjeia he underflOud that Mqrninctwh vat expected to ahJve before v IF fhar was the be brftg forward hn motfon on aa early day after fome treflj aiTuranre the velTrf alluded to would very fpeedily VAtfSITTART ht wtll informed upon the that he Mbchiogtonwai w j jtym J ILECTIONt IN WICKHAM he rofe to riMve foVfcaye to 0 a bift to coptiuue an aft tif laft relative to the toying in It would be the that by the AA of thofe were tried ULT as hr were made ugainft this at the ai the great it a matter of citanx utconvenience to the whilft the very ThciC bjedions were forcfeen at jhc time of tfie and rfdmiftetJ jf hut theywere anfwcred in which they be that were fome diflkultics whieh nccetfkrily attend political were to remidj That bill onlytocontinup for a nearly aim intctrdad an experiment rio prpccedinga had hadunder fa was not no objetfHon could poffilily be made upon According tfr the of that appointed ro try the at the re of either of the to appoint a Committee in to examine evidence relative to the aud to report tothe Cominittee appointed to try the There jdfo ok her refutations taincd in the he ihould not trouble tfie Houfe by Hi objetfl now la continue that bill but at the he had1 no decided prcdikclioo for that particular the only objedl of Government being to promote the convenience of the Gentlemen of aud to fave them far the fame could be eoafiRcntly with fubibnual and the pricujir phis of He was particularly dcfirous that this fliould not be as a party and tbat the meafurt fliould meet with a full and fair tor which time would Hrcondudcd by moving for leave to in to for a time to be fo oil at reiattrdto the trial of controverted eleclioni iu WtcRttAM fhortry afterwards brought up the wiittwwai read firft andordered to beread coitdtimeou he refpeclipg the National are That h ihe opinion of Commit lhat tlift fun under the loth and j id of the orj the ift to the extindion of rhe National with per without tW which will eSctinguidi whole in 4J being a flwrter time than the two if kcpl upon their prefent fouling would together with per aud rundrd thu feflion of That It n the opinion of this n King to tkc ComroiflloncM for the the National ironi the jih of be in to be governed by other That it ii the opinion of thif under the and 3ad of the King Oiould be and be continually aid onf at compound till the whole National Debt is That u the opioion of this that Ihe 40nuitic which flialt hall be applicable to the in fuck mauucr Paxliamcut flijdl pro the toft BRLAJNft wnw j t Publfc foe TOMOftROWr thiajd Written hy Sir Siman firft J of a CCWfCERfbon tne I By Mr in which will introduce ley ml faM Mift Griffith by r The Song of favopritfe Mr Saunderti p Herbert wH in The ron owpt A Concerto on the for thai To added i Jmct M apt I v A lie are refpeftfutty Aaf I V which nttsbeen m wiH very pcediry be new J f Ou Monday netti BEIiLAMY vfll make ftft for theft two in Shara5ler if Machuatlnuthe ff ADEMOISELtE the and CERT and CARD ASSEMBLY W iiartiMlar fised for APRIL ai the under the direction of LA 7 ConcertoV Pedal Harp and PianoFort JJnproc aud Young JLady being f hfcr Htyel PleyeL Pt dajl Madem a young Ducnei by aCadyofDiU tinAion and Grand 5 at to of Madt ipoifclte r O CELEBRATE THB PEACE JIB the FUNDS of the IYINGrlN nQ togive Employment to ihe Working of the i i GRAND pill tako lafe w1 the PVBflC RUTLAND for the fhif 3 to be laid up in or will be upon a very liberal and extenfive and will produce grat faving to Govern while the men of war will be properly i and and n report be made of their Aate weekly to ihe Port The of war are to be divided into divificms bf Have the of each divifion inq on board each hip there are to be a and Seamen in propor It is alfofaid n larger number of frigates will kept and not fo many Guiuga raoy At tUetolIoVlngpUcwr lijai Silk Parli Damcflrcetr Noi Dawl l And at i SUPPER at One x GRANp FESTINO AT THE ROTUNDA ijonor to inform tho hiiFricuds land the PuhiuVtIwt in cou fcqucncc bf the Caftlc Ball being atmounced on Thurfday the aoth of he u uqjlcc the nccclluv of poftponing tut BALL uqtU MAY the on which Evening will be by tfITYS1X of hit PUPfLSy A A kvrivy fx r frt r A A GRAND 4ciiyVicdout aothi of will be attmitted on the above being he humbly the Indul gence of the on the not to form on the fame to be hid at NoSOw
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