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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 27, 1802, Dublin, Dublin lift t r APRIL M GenerM arrived here on the 36th of A carriage Oi the Court drawn by eight horfes iupcrhly remained on tlie QIIIV the Place of waiting for midday tiff tttt at Greater were paid him linn the rank Hnvoy His aJitl the Scirtjrj were with lie jSad HkflwifecarfiagtSOf the the former to the that he would re ceive them on Sunday the eleven in the morn ing but thaf the would thnfc who flipuld itTe National and thefe only fliould have to the protection of the Rcprercntativeo of the le Due fie who it rafed from thfe lift anil wlmfc daughter married theDue de conformed to this On the ianje day tic dined prith Envoy from HolUml beingof tin J lie Prince lii iont fcrviee of but who in two is to marry the niece Miuifter Talleyrand On thcjoth tliiEnvoy andMJnifler of f rnch nrefcated of cre to the Prince the Palace atiorder given for toatuml at the JSfevcr were and It cernniohy and that by a M clah neither tie nor Por ttlgifcfe Co a mortiCcatirtu rfcparirtioti Oil the of It hVFjigVulV JtrtiseA in three From the tower t Eelema fignal niadc to her tf Hop her to an Ordnnnanfc of Health the Mediterranean to form The Commandant the frigate took the anchorage which appeared KvTiim the Deft and The Jailors of the bages the and of the CoW Captain their refpeiRive Cap vv place failed the Picketbout were feizcd fcy tnc guard of the without any caufc being and carried to of the that the ComiiiaiidaDU of the two npontheir i rot their went to demand an officer ordered his men to conduct them both lotf and held a whtth numerqufjy di The Company who wete iheif Excellencies lije Sardi and HanoveriYtnAmbafladors the Rullian Arcliblfhop of BUhops Bath and Norwich the Chancellor of the nutnbtr of diflinguilhed tbeNobilvry Thofe inrrnducad to His Mnjefly Aboo Tabcl tblc Jbrl of on hit arrival from Binning and Captain by Earl Morton Admital Due kworthy ou return to England Of theI hand on jTucceeding1 Chancellor erf1 the tuthy of CornUrkllgiven bin by the Prince Moira by the American on his appointment as the Uifhop of Ghuceder kined being tranf lated to the Sec of fifth vLrd on BJ pointed Lord Thief Kings rook leave on going to the Eardiniiin Am had a Audience the announce tlie deathjof tW on xthich mourning on Sunday After the Councitof his Mi ni ifters was oiiiheRatificttVirof thje Treaty of Peace received Great Britain and V rm oift he As fpon as his Royal of and GoneralJ were nformed pf this fcandalous wto the and affurcd themireiVei by of what they could not immediately tvcnt to the proper authority to de niadd releufe notwithdanding all their zeal iind tlie two officers remained in an unwhole police frotti eleven at till next day aftttr inid learn today that the Portugncfc Goverhincnt difpofed to give ample but that iteqnilly it of the Captain of the General Laanes brought u a prcfcnt for the Prince a foperb fct of and an elegant robe for It U laid that he hu demanded a private V Yefterdaylmorhing arrived here one of the Couriers of theCoiifuU with important difpatchct to the that the which have hi therto iubfiftcd between the f rench GoVefiutient and this city amicably and that the poli tical between France and the free imperial city of Hamburgh wilt The morning prrived the firftfhip Drawee tincter the national She fajutcd number of gunl fforn The lacft advlcei Jtfitftftfa tfi3 ftantinople that Pafvvari forming a league ifevleral to frrittrate tempt pjri the reduce tp loKediet The Cabinet Pierrepont brought only the Rati ficaion of informa lity is faid ro have been the cauie of hisnaj ire bronghf the and Dutch It is affened thkt biijMinWers fent mly tified copy inftwd the rtumbernecellarV with This is by no means An ftory circulated la ft flight oj had arifen on ahe pflt tf andthat treBai4viiin government has rftufed to Ratify the Treaty uiMil Britain agrees to principle of giving an adeqyate compenlatim for the Dutch Eaftlndia hipn feiredi In the firft IP will be retnenibcred that Defn AH the laidondther fide on reve and of whatitature foever they may be longing to any of the Contracling or to tivcir er fliall be taken immediately after the figriing of the Definitive In the official Temarks publifhfd trie Dutch Government this jrVnjcJe alluded and not having by any means renounced her t6 a the capture of our fhips detained Jin he Britifh merchants ihiiy reftiaf that Who will in after the will ufe his moft agreeably to the Aipulaiions con tnined in the article of the the taking off ithe iuecflantly occupied vwth its and a number of couricrt feint to Pe and The the Orand Seignior recently received from Egypt alFord kopet of the f pesdy or dcftrmftion o the dtftontentcd of who arc faid to have loft t ho protection the lirces till remaining in that fflijjjteiffifaF AfRtL The in town attwn this with jhe Ratification French of the The Rntiftoatton Spanifh GoverrHtnem wffs at by Government was not arrived when Mifi Pierre pqint bft but WBS hourly wai accompanied on his journey by the They came from Boulogne to and landed at the latter place at fix oclock yeftetday ex pedition with which made the was t cry They left Pans at ten ocloVk day and if the wind had flnt failed them qn the they would have bep in London in or j y i was expected Paris on Monday laft Meflenger was waiting fit to hi Ing the Spanilh and Batavinn The Proclamation the Peace will not take place ami the Ratifications are Laft night Papers of the 17th Addreflei fwcn the Council of and from apear in yernmeitt ing them a clatrt trt drmand cornpenjbfion declaration of iheir intention to rarijy kne and to prefer ifeir clafifis Sfier the PefHaps U rtjoVghf iv9 owe na tegy aling notice af this which we ait once an tliat pn vate from ihe of having acloaily ratified by Dutch and by tht Dittch LegiflbflKve Body on the The Rarificatlon of that day difparchcd ta Why it was not broiight Pierrepont fimfW that it had nM paru vvhen tfot GerBiemsh left it The Spanifh Ratifichtion iri that and MeTfenger is bring bqth that and the RatificatiMn ar the latter Government will in all be in poflftfjion of them in the coutfe of thii Should that be the the Proclamation the Peace will ptobably be made A letter from rnentjpnedj tfiae canceiied on the ernignior and gavepenmiflRon to with the exception of Bourbon Per fons who left Pant afiisr the ceremony have nbt brou ght confitrrnnioa of this rumour j but our Pover correfjjondwif in letter which we received this For our own part we 1ave to and with that im fuch meafpre was Adopted on of the Chief 4 Fpur largeenfampmenis of5ooco men is now are to take libGf year in the French of thefielgicde FiHtCjolul Is to vifttearty in thfuirtmen The Due de LiancAurt has been razed from the Lift of and to France from A veffid which Is amved from has brought that rjroops and foitf Are embarking fir St Poiptqgo M iih A Tifete MATcri nvjrning at five oclock let off from Barton to decide a wager he had made of toon that he would on horfcback the above dif w hich is 171 in t a facceffi ve hours As tunny coiifiderablebeu were crowds nf people lined the mad along which he had t6 pafs to fee the arduous Mr Shaw arrived at Church at halfafter three oclock in the being an hpurand a half within the and having had in the the journey fifteen changes of Finding Hmfclfiiwch fatigued on his he took Tome tftfrffhtnent at ihe in and fliirtly aftar retired to p fible bnh there and at They asfooo as Ganheauitie fnua dron has been refitted and The pri vate letters from Breft that the fer jcein which the French troxps are engaged Dominfo it ejtirerpftly from thd aitUcks made by Touflalms ctMacUinxnts and The army rwa tofuflier from the A Dutch Mail arrived laft and brought us letters from our inteftigent conefponttnt at tlie Qn the 15th the titfuritive Treaty WM fubmitted to tho Dutch LegiflSfive nhd the i6h it was the luudefl The fejiarate Convention between the French nnd Dutch wim to the Prince of Oranges Indemnities ftnc tioncd at the fame It is perhaps worthy of that the Official Paper of for the firft v Chriftian date of 6 Tilt KSPCIUC TO Vv t of a infniredbt the IOTC of the burftforth at ontfc in ct you trliiiK the ItpHrge of the uurfe of and the hope of your A fenfcleft policy altcmted to ftiflc tliem uiitltr wrecks of and the ruiiu of Religion At tBc of pious ceafed in which Citixens eacli bihcr by the fwpet nametit and acknowledged f Uemfelves all equalf r the God that created them the alone vffth gorier no longer heard that confolatory wliirh fummoui Ctiriftiani tc a better life and ieir eitled froin l But thevpublic the fcntimettt oft independence of opinions and niilled t thrir etpldfion carried ravage and into Frenchmen forgot and berame the inftnimcnu of tiilj i i At Lsft 18 h ami I9ih contains the uftj tfali rwtfce of ihe Ratification of and France havi rnade by Ch P tVi V Oq tKe other paffidnsMei morality vrlthput miiery without hope hi every thing United to carry diforder and difmay into u To Hup that diforder ncccfTary to Religion on and could be done but by acknowledged by Religion It to the Sovereign Pentiff that the examples agce and recjdUrfe to be to proximate and to conciliate1 TheiHead the CMircKihas weigh4m and the intertft the propolitions which the iotercd of the State voice heard by the approves die Government aii4 the leginators have nwdc it Jaw of 1 diftppear all the ejemepu of thus vaniih all the fcruffles which Anight thrnr and all the obftaelcs which illWUl njighrbptiefe to the returnOf r internal 1 MiuiQers of of peitceilettliedecpefipblSvion cover your your and Your faafts let the rcligien that iitiitea Whd youall in the fame tiny JrmrtfrV i ih indiftbluble to the intettftTof the country Exert for her all the ftrengtlianil which your Miniftry you over the Ut jrbur the ttfthe love of inftitutionttor and td the Tutelary nave beeri created to prOtecl thtin let them leara from of Peace alfo of that he witjh thoifc whp tjcfpad ihe independence and freedomlijjjT j profeft the the law bat extended toi tUSt ft fo fo unite them ail in the1 fame love for the tht fame ferfea for the fantf affcvSlion for all tJje njemberi of rtie Let the vrKich infpirn i ibe all United for the goodtlf the ahd of humanity Let he the tic that binds of it and let the it ever afrociatedto the that illumioate fK i 1 f he FiVn Given at at the Palace of the Germinal ApnKifAjifirloof the i French Tl on Sunday mornihgithejcwnncni ferent iU and Confl ituted iWesafiern Wed to the vvitft r and more than or n indernnMiej are to tlte Chief Conful anuOnnMd thr i J were left Chief rhe i liinrch were thickly lined and flrielooking and theimimber of military Officers was Soon after twelviicloclt theChiefConfut cannon ami bands of mufig The Popes Legate inrrodacingi him to the and cundudtng He afcended the and rheCardlnal undBif hops The ervice maft then In parts of fertile whereTbetonipregation the Iril their word of command from their The oath of fidelity was taken by the W howere very numerpufly afffm bfed round the Legates Temple j afef a fermon was preached by the Bifhnp fame who preached before Louis on his A grand TeDerm in wjiich the beW Vocal performers in Paris The band powerful as well as About four the whole ceremony having the Chief Conful retired in the manner hjl and the reft of the company Ft wasyeflerday very generally Miat Lord WhltWprth does go to We think thif too delicate a fubje5 for us to as all have heard on r he The Kingfs Proclarnation on the is not expedled to be iflTued rill Monday The delay is flated to a rife from the neceuary arrangements at ihe Heralds for the Ceremonials on thar folemn The general Illuminations will of cnurfe not take place till the fame General AdeaneU it is is to be given to the gallant Coiie who is at prefent Colonel Commandant of the and which will of courfe be a nugatory appointment on the reduction of the additional A difpute has arifen between the Sheriffs of London and the Lod on account of the former not having rfceived the number of tickets ufually given fo the Sheriffs for the dinner nt the ManfionHoufe on The Sheriffs of London not wilhing to be thought difrefpetfful tiy the have addreffed a letter to HH Royal Highnefs on the occafion of their ab fence from the City The hilt of the Sword of the Chief hich was confederated on Sunday at Nutre is mounted vfiih the Crown Diamonds of and has at its top the famous Pitt Diamond called the Eight Sail of the Line for the Peace Eflablifh tneiit are already They confift ol one and even Men them very The number of to be made tindcrftand to be thirty s to he new 40 the will ife free inyportation of arncjef into the Aufmtn t 1 to itxe cnumry by MHnia and lunteer Bodies duhng the late and intimatijg further both tiicM We Noble is the inrtnHbn tie numbeir of long and to promote iti room number of the oldefl tofti iUow s of their but bring forward hdmber of Very excelltfni who will pable of being lent on any wkrcha nfa of the prefent are unfir giving at the fame to fo rnaty Flrflt ahd Second tieutej Two and two at the fame wiU full vacant for drfpofat by giving Companies to ard next to each other oh A verjr large pro portion ofthis valuable Corps wit in time of Peao be kept the Admiralty having given direction for the building of at ich sni qnd to repair the Sheernefs by for ihfir Tecrption end1 the Chatham Barracks are ife to be very much and formed into a they being by a great deal too fmall to contain even the Peace and tlie daily inftances given of the uti lity of the fufficieiuly juftity thefe wife and prudent A very curious occurrence took place a daf or twuagxi in preparationsnwde at Houfj of Otto for the general illumina have daily attracted immenfe crowds to view Over his door was put in coloured the word John Ball read this qutrcdt and fiegan to make a Otto camd out to explain the twit nothing would btsf it out of the conception rf but that meaning that the inquired by At his attempts at expltj nation very ordered tht offenfive word to be and that of jfrutj Is fubfiituted in its Previous to the breaking out of the difturbanCrt w hjch have fo long defolated the pularion of that According to return ob tained fay tht upwards of five hundred thoufand Blacks of ages and thirty thotifand Mulattoes ani forty thoufand The numbers of all muft have been dreadfully reduced by the civil and confo fion which hove It is calculated thii the population at prefent cannot much exccd three hundred we under had an army of troops of the line of eighrM thoutand and it is evident that he had calltd on the fervios of a great number of but it is donbfiil whether he had the means of arming them in a proper Thefe if they are not fufficient to repel the fuch may protract tlte and cofl them a prodigious expence of inW When ihe falny feafon then for the French to keep the It will be then that the the climauf begin to
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