Dublin Journal, April 24, 1802

Dublin Journal

April 24, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 24, 1802, Dublin, Dublin By the ur A R VESTRY TW WHEREAS we have received information apan that on the Night of the 6th day of April the Dwelling houft belonging to Colonel John at near in the County of wan maticioufly and wickedlyfct on by tome perron or pcrfotw Now LoW Lieutenant and being deter at fir at in bring the of hid Offence to ftteedyartd condign do hereby pubjlfft Jind that if arty pcrfon r pcrfunv hall the fyaee of Calendar Months from the date ttifcover art or any of concerned in the aforcfald fo as tint or they be appre hended and pnrfeeuted to convicVian fur faid fueh ucrfan or fo difcoveriug afore faid flnll receive M a Rtward the Sum of TWO HUNDRED POUNDS for nit of the firft three perfons fo apprehended bud profecuted to an Aud we do hertby furthur puhliOi and that if any or concerned in the faid hall within the time dtfcuver or their ac complice or fo that or t hey may be Apprehended and thereof fuch Pcrfon or discovering fhall only receive tlte faid but receive his Mjcftys ntoft gracious pardon for the faid we do hereby flridlly charge and cnmmand all JnfltCM of the and all other his Majeftys loving to aft their vtntoA diligence in apprehending the Perfons Given at the Council Qhajmhtr in the day nf Charles George tOT fave the npHE Commiffioners for Relief of fufTciing do btrdn again give Notice to all Claimants who have not yet cotnc forward In prove their or whofe have been in part Lcard hut pqftponcd far ftytficr that they arc fpcedily as poffibletn apply by Ietterto die Secretary of the Htnjier cor er to Jf if kt H of tit to have days appointed for in and deciding upon their other wjHvJic by the final doling of the from ail Benefit under the feveral palled and it ia further that on the ays To to be they wijl bring forward fatufac tor j evidence buth as to theif loyalty and i Perftinn who havrxiotyet received tltcirfecond nivtiendttfor want of the jffeeeflary are defired forthwith to trnnfoik the fame M by the la ftruOioni of the of the ajth 1806 to the under cover as Sifted by April i8ox RICHARD 1 his Notice not Apply to any pcrfon whofe Kame been ittierted in fomc one of the printed already are highly indebted and WILLIAM EttpT w manner fcrved the Oflifces of for tb laft kiadly ia OOjcef for the etofalnjt that they wiM accept and that the fame le publiflied twice in Ihe Dublin Journal and Saunderss AT a Meeting of the Veary of GEORGEf PARISH fortlcclingChurch April ROBERT in The following by tlie Colonel aud founded by Captain LAKafckr was unauimoufly agreed That the of this Meeting arc juftly and are hereby given to Major MAXIMILIAN for his zealous unremitting attention the iiitereftof the and tht fnppert of the Sick and during three years that he fcrvcd the Office of and that be be rcqutftcd to continue one year rttlt PARIS AT avrry and Metering of the UNITED PARISHES of in on Eaftcr Tuefdar the follrtwing Re folutions relative to the LordVDay were adopted the profanation of the ought to be That we will fuflfcrno Honfe of or in our That we will fuflcr no or fuch like unleemly fpofts on the LurdVDay 1nit Will give Immediate notice titafW to the next redding Magi to puiiifh act MALE AT a Meeting of the Governors on the id ol IVrcK iu the t DODLIN April a Geflrral Order on tre 8 h of to ail the YEOMANRY to Ihnh the period of laying before Government through the regular Cutiou of every dcfcription whntto hereby eivcn that all ilve1 Yeainanry mufl be tranfmitted the on or before tbc lath day of May next en Mftcpwltich nn Claini or Demaud nf any kind can or entertained by That whereas a Houfe in in which ftvcral dcditutc of Father aad have from tkc year 1793 been educated and is nswin imminent duiger of being Qmt as the SubCcriptions though fome of them verjf liberal fcarcely exceed One Hundred Guineas per And though about Twenty Orphans were fnpfforted tlicrc in the year 1797 for than Two Hundred and Forty including every fcaitty Funds aid of fcarcity have prevented Governors frofcj filling the places tliofe whom they have fa as to reduce the number to The Governors will endeavour to increafe the number of Orphans to which the Houfe tan con veniently If aJJltmal irt the whole to about One Hundred and Fifty per Annum fliall he into the Bank of and by Perfons intending to continue before the firft day of May atxt nut it they be in this application to the fncn Perfons s hall contribute preventing lo melancholy a di flotation of the may on having their Subfcriptions returncs iinnit dirtily afttr that and the Society will be diflblved This beirtj the lafl which mtcud to ill cafe it ball net An Annual Subfeription Four Pounds entitles the perfon who pays ta be Governor or MAP OF BEAUFORD Tliis day and JAMSS NEW and ACCURATE MAP of the CITY aud of according the htefl Price plain jd RATMMINES CHARLES AT an Exaintniiiion in rhe Church Catcchifm and of tke ChrfQiim held on Thorfclay the of the following Ycung Gentlemen obtained COUNTY TO be SOl a wellfecttred clear PROFIT of OWE and TEN arifing out 344 Acres of immediately ad jtMniatg arid on which principal part of faid 4th Robmftn Tywu held by Leafc of renewable for j J which outho fame determinaWe will I very No Rent can be better fecured or tbe Gcound being in cKcclleiu the and bat afew There are fome ticular circumftaneet attending the which on enquiry will be found to reuder the Purchaie veiy aiidany pcrCon oflfWfng the real value will be immediately clofet ia he made to Ratulvonj near TuUow or JOHN Public No Upper who will give every information with reiped to the 0 U I V 1 A rfHE CURRENT PREMIUM is always for GUINEAS in all at the Office tif THOMAS Tiioara Fa AN Bank of England f per Government aod all kinds of Irilh and fititifli StocW ily ucgocUtcd at the ten unfil three 3d id Crtw turaY marked cut for NUTGROVE rbad the honiMir of announcing to mcnced the Campaign the 17th of On that the Dnfburneaut advanced to the the Divifion of General Hardy marched to tbe Umieatfab aad the jitA bat com manded by Rentmi Kochambeau proceeded Tannerie and the wood of A fmatt the Carriioniof the and advanced Le and Tbefe fbfhibi rendered very painful by inlptdatifm of the and by movcmetUs of the who conecakd in the impenetrable whkh bordered the and who had a feeurc rttreat In the ing this the took poflTefGoai of the po I thad ordered them to Oathf the of and encantped In the following order vr hear at and They all putlicd on rhe enemy with the grvatcft U U abfolvtely nereffary to fee the coun in order be enabled to form an idea of tlie dif ficulties which k at every have never Teen in the Alp any obftacics ttytd tw thufe ia which h rf On the Djyluott took poflcffiptj of Canton minded JAn who joined Ceneral with ico cavalry aod joo and who had of Twflaint to fct tire to General Hardys before it arrived at Mar itlelf maRer of the Morne at is the moft fow fioce my firft espcricnce of wa lace iif Marmcladc General of the JJne of having arrived iii method of informing thufe he has had the pteafure to inftniiSk in and the Public in that he propofti to give in different Lines DftAWWO on that liberal Plan which has been fo jtnerally and for which he has been honored with fur decided a 6omr of Tinted Drawings may be leen at Allens and terms uf PAClis COURSK of LECTURES on commence early in the1 next WOOLLENDRAPERY IS conftaroly fupplied with ft tnihionable en fenfive Variety of the following ARTICLES Of DRESS made in the iieuteA of the bcft and onvery moderate t md Frock Curricle and tuitl StockiugWcb Flannel inlidc Veltiand Wuillruats ami of every OctttUmeits jUrellingGowin and a and fafaiunahleAffortmcnt of WOOLLEN and FANCY may be upplird on a few hours no tice with Clothes made agreeable to their meafure in ncweft Fa without any SCORBUTIC EV1L8 fe i Lower from intimate knowledge of rhe virtues uf through Divine vidvncc the mud iurprifing Cures in deemed for the truth of which Ihe to the Certi of many Perfons of both in her accommodate the who may be with SCORBUTIC CAN SORE err PILES proceeding from loulucls of flie will ac commodate hem quantities of Plaiftcr and Dc according to the neceflity of the and fuituble t their Mtr Medicines have been proved by experience to be an infallible Prcventative infee ill us partictilarly the yellow fo dtdruc ivu in out WeftIndia pofitdioui to JONES begs leave acquaint his Friends and the to render his Acrrnnmodati oas more extcnfive and he lias taken Nutgrovc at the Seat of the late AK erman The advantages of the fttuation are many and whether tbe of the the beauty of the or its convenient difbincetrom the he con He appeals with confidence to the protection of he not that on dtlafive pro mi cs of whht cannot be but on the fer viccs which he has already the number of young Gentlemen during tourteen have been pre pared by him for various m for the UnfrVer the Navy or eaptclfed in CASTLEKNOCK Tbe WILLIAM VOUNG GENTLEMEN are educated at the above for tha and Board and Tuition ia Geography and 30 Guineas per and 6 Guineas Entrance upon the lame terms with the other refpcStuhle Schools near Gwvuniebegs leave to refer luch as to be informed of his moral and abilities to perform the duties of hit lit the 9f more particularly tc tht wjip was and Caftitknock School U diQant 31 aitlcs from Dublin fituutcd in a totally detucheil from any pure and Vacatioa will end an Monday the of ifOtmtaef General a alifca diftancf General to attark h with Geatra But V who ha4 MK yet reetfred o la to ettatiinie to fitch y t General Debefl my poation I Uwught it had done 11 thfe rW the Divifioa to r t t General of leave to inform the he lias juft fuppKed an Ex cnflve 4nd General Aflbrtnicnt of TRUSSES of an Im proved hitherto unknown in which in the very word of Ruptnre will afford the uioft feafonahlc want of web in the diftrefling Cafes of has been lung the eaufe of painful to the who ought to know their cannot be a moment fccure with out luch SuiLDHAKt fo arranged bufiners with 1U the Public niay meet a CoaAant Supply of there for Curing Diftorted and Pett pf Diftorted and every artiele of Machinery where Deformity can be relieved by MeebiinicaJ which has gained him the univerfalapprubatioriof in C A L HTHE GOVERNORS of the FOUNDLING A HOSPITAL give that they are ready to receive Proposals for ferving the faid Hofpital with ajo of each Propofal to fpecify the different of ttte difltrcnt To fuit the convenience of the he will be allowed to deliver the fame at any time before tbe jth of addreflcd to the at the Foundling Hof on or befiuK the Ijth of By the Chief of and eoiMunt to hate him Ocnmlof Brifid General 1 ippointed OofMat t tm ield of That OAcer ii finee of he ral of vallette aiidAndri of thfejARegitnen t mfe entered the although it with 1100 ny Every On the fame day pofitipn at and right column defended by ct to defend the wbewjhe foui port wfl 400 men and arti I knew thai the Ennery and the tered inuch force I CQald tached General wiih a D5 and he had to attack who had aoco of fOOb Cul tivators under in an emrepffByiaft with in two of Port de and in the ot the three I was Very dtfirous todifptr e that which had obtained feme over Humbert and 1 nnltrcd Btwdet to advance the little for the purpoTe off catting of the retreat of the Enemys on whofe defeat near the I placed much two how of no fcrvicc in On the aoih of General Debelle marched to attack General but 4 dreadful rain prevent ed the column detained to turn the Pofition from arriving in The which attacked the Pofi tion in frcut were fo very much that they were unable to carry The column dtftined to turn the iriieinys Pofition being attacked in every point by all the forces of the ctnripcllid to fall but retreat performed in good General Boodeti in fctting out frpm Port marched againft La Croix des which was fet fire to by the on General commanded in that inftrad of i making retreat aq lie appeared lo over the tuk a rapid turn to to which IK fet although I had ordered a fligate to be difpatched for iti La fubmitted to Ceacral Inudett andjent me his of b On thriad the Divifion of Deifournearx ad vanced within two of according to ufual carried bayonet in port was defended fty who had ioco of the line and i zoo Hearnt that General ChriRophe had retreated to the habitation uf 1 immediately ordered tteneral Hardy to dirpateh thither the brigade of General That bri gade which had performed a very fatiguing inarch on the 7 marched the whole of the and at on the carried the pofition Chriftophe had This brigade found a considerable booty it was the Depot of the On the divifian tmk a pofition at the head of the ravine leaving the Coupo aliude on aad the where Chriftoplie entrenched on his The fame day Desfnur ncanxh divifian took a pofition before Ge neral Hardy aflemhfed u On the divifion advanced to the CouneaPintadct where U awt tbe 1 had fnp ported that divifion by Defplanquek and that of General Hardyl General Deifourneaux attacked the aad drove them to had been burnt two The who were vigoroufly oot fuftain the Owrk they returned to the river after having left aao men on the field of Sahna belonging to on the fame day took a pofition at hcfisrc La Coupe The fame day divifioa entered the Ravine It there that General Touf with his forming a corps of 1500 drawn from and about taco chofen from amongtheMA battalions of with the addition of 400 attempted to defend the The Ravine aCouleuvre extremely well it is flanked by lofty covered with in which placed more than aooo who arc to be added to the troops I have already men had formed rnnfiderable which obftridJked the paflage occupied the en which commanded the A po would ncccfiarily have retarded any other General than but he executed difpo wfth the rapidity of and attacked the u A battle in which man nppbfed to The of ToulFaint fought but every thing yitldtd to French ToulTaint evacuated and retired in diforder Little leaving 800 men on tbe field uf On the ajth 1 repaired to I wat extremely uncafywhh regard to Uencrala Dcbellc aud whom I baJ not heard any H On the a6th 1 learnt by that GeneratDe had not been able to force General 1 ordered divifion to march to the principal by the way of Port de Paix foon the liave rrachtd the the you flull receive inform you of the thought it my daty tbc the campaign iif Bve MM bHes of their oht and a portion of qaent in the Rebcb and many other Black Chiefs fnve The Ptautatinnif lirely and the whole ofi tfland has Health and imti Another 10ter from rhe Minifterof dated Hejtd tft is ns follows I conunnnicated to CitUcen MtnifterJ patch uf the day before fin iud We are now hi purfiiit of retired into the who has pafied the Geficrait out from and the which are marching tut to hope that he cannot long guards which he 300 u r cred fome Fonunatelywe Wfare ere tht ffrtM and romi the Coafb and rhe of the ifUnd areincvr Nothing can equal the of ou can equal their indignation tbe iftnlfltr antt of Me Colmtt Ou board the Ship ft the taad of dpe Miji Since my eyentk hive appear folrne to cnAire thing that Iwii theTr0op4 of tin will have only to ileQroyX partial cifcd by wandering under C w without and wkhtfat I parate In my the of the At which have both been directed to I bcgia with the which appertain Captain ternite and having oa hoards body oft under the order of General prefentcd on the 2d of February before the Capital part of St Paul Louve rommandcd fr this as Department of When he fummoi furrcnder the Town to the of the conformably to the fylhm of diflimulation Tcribcd to that he waited ihf orders of the You will wttNout I eing ihst he Hill watted them on the 14th of February the dVte otiie laft difpatch from Captain The force of Mi Kervefeaux would not permit him to attack the bs waited therefore the efiWl of the w In the aight of the pth of thofe towba the yuke of Touflaint had become carrieOOT of the Forts fwqrd in and opened to us the the Thiseflwrt of courage from the difficulty of combining tbc wl were necefTary to fupport Thcgrwtcfttflfbrts made to difembark the on a tueky fented no facility for but Chatouprs upfet apjet and with without a fiogjc J heiog enabled to gain Utc Happily no penJQ add tbe brave Iitfurgenta feeing the whole likely to fall upon evacuated the fort without and quittiug the retired into They returned to the charge on the i lirh of tne j on the ijth ail hope of having the quitted theaaeboragej mandcd by the ince which have the harbour of where they BUvefdaedtwoV rinn vetcU bdkn with tb of the ifland which formerly belonged to the fubmitteJ to Ihe The people of t try bavs argued in Coaua Cnief ordered a body of to jnio Ker for the parpofe of reducing the only port that n the of the have every that it at preflent and that the Touffaint do not at prelcfti poiTcfs one perch in the EaAcrn part of the Iflandv General Rochambcau to proceed to the bridge of and pufli forward on his right and left to gam the of Gvnersl and the retreat of the Oil the a 7th I learnt that General Boudet msfter Of 1 then no other enemy to overcome but I ordered General Hardy to march to the principal with five companies of aud coo men beloagjhg to divifion I added to a company of my confuting of 100 I marched myfelf with that and on the night of the took a pofition two from the principal My in l have this moment received Information that Kervefeaux catered Santo Domingo on w He had bcficgcd tbc place for frveral both br and 1 ue Dvpartqiciit of the in which Black General furreadtrcd out rcfidanctv M The the the and the Dog and I alfo ordered I detached KeaNAdmiral dercd the moft from Pttit to almoft the whole circumference of the every thing is prcftrrved but it it MJ owing to 1 and to Dcflalincs that every thing was not dell their intercepted their who arc that the of tbafcfi niry were to murder all the to every thing on the appearatoct ol our fquiarwfc During the retreat of DcCTalities the Argonaut in rtduciog tbe fort of Leogaae and tM luviagdUbnharkcd at ibii to proceed with nA c aud aocp wha wtrnihi ;