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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - April 29, 1802, Dublin, Dublin EDITION Bv BooUftlier t his the Co nmrrcial la Two Volumes large illniratcd with Ten Price d in vlQJJtS of the different REBELLIONS id By Sir vRlCHARI infcfefting ObfervatitKrt on tin Reply of the addlm Clergy from tie LONDON Abril r Extract of a Letter from hw Excellency Lord to the Right Lord dated October a J hava by additional articles to rhei by J0HJN Commrr cial by all other Bookfelleri IB DiibtfVaW Corky Price id OBSERVATIONS on the REPLY of the Rigllj Reverend DOCTOR Roman CatWIicV and of the ROMAN to tlic MISREPRESENT A TlONSof on other who bare animadverted oh the Sscpius Religib Fcclerofa atque impia H ii i v i r the and to be Publiflictf in Dublin y th of which fuftlvtr Harrier at This A of according to the Price plain Coloured n the and Gtntlemm of the Law Depdrtititnt v JOHN oppofite the CoalQuay Bridge BOOKSELLER from iWtp JOSEPH BUT of principal LawBookfeller iaforma that connexion jiifl arrived with a variety of the ift which he will fell at alfo begs to inform that as his has the Copyright of the Reports of at Nifi in the Courts of Common Exchequer Chamber and and Court he will be with thefe and every periodical Law including the at large of commencing with the firft Seffion thefiritfratfatgttit of the United of Britain and Ireland iieceflary alfo Magiftratcs and lfeportjiinhje Court of and aiid which wilr to him before publitlitdia PublicAtipiis of with many he now hag with the J3ook will be opened proper to fubfcibe to any the and no Money required till the Bis NV 1OROVE BO RATHfdRNHAM JONES begs leave to acquaint his Friends andjthc to Htras he lias lakeu Nutgrove tat the Seat of the late Aldernjau of tlie Situation are and wholefomenefs ot the the beauty of tlie or its convenient di dance from the fee con He appeals with confidence to the he refts not that appeal tin deluflve pro what cannot be per formed but oh the real fer which he Has already ontheEuTibcrof Gentlemen during have been prc ared by him for various Situations in for the Uniycr Navy in the X Great Road from London to and I J jnodate lowing terms ibJttipgs per mile for four fliijling pcrmik per mile for iaddlc riding a will be per mile extra fqr tro Y depend on hav gQodCarrtagc8 and Korfcs equal to any in tlxe king vill beufcd to make the jour fofe and i if ATVLY rerpctafully inform the 4liravcllcni in that they will accom and Horfct on the fol i by bfeh Tigned by myeirand the Plenipotehfrftties of this Ciown j together with nn atft which alfo the Panifh containing the that tothff foci Convention and the additional art on the part of his j EJtraelof a Ictter from hisErcelleney Right Lord dated April I havethe of liranGmhring the Swediih to yrntion of June figiied trith its on the 3oth and the Baronde Stedingkj and inftru ments of a like renor were at the time changed between thst Mintfter atid th tentiaries ofhis Imperial I hd over the of enabled to affuf eyvpit that the Suedifflt AmbijSador hit been informed by that zks ihe motives wh ioh had occasioned the of the fyflero of the Armed happily done that byhifi Court as annulled and afaan O nly genei aV code of mwitime Irfytr its more limited ntfaningof xfpeelfip between Rirffia and the other Confe t ApRtt This daythe Right Edward LofdEHen bo roll Lord Chftf JftUice of his MajeftysCotiVt of by his Majeftys of his iMajfftys Moft Honoiirable Privy and took his place at the APRM bf tie was played by he firfl anifli of The auguft concluded bene of the Cardinal L The Firft ConfuljTiiturned to the with his efcortV A of perfons and condit ions fiHld tlbe snd roofs ifrfren were not fufficienV for the immenfe number of curiojity alone did not attract great cbncoiirfe ifjlfach wimcd tA conteiiiplfitp the each to join his accjlamaiions to the This thefe werea facred debt which each was eager to dif Never was joy more never were irnnfports more general neverdil thts FirftCon fn appear Why tjmenthufiafm this delirium had flatfereclthe na Peace had prppaifed happinefs but tHe Concordat confirms for ever the benefits of vic tory and i HOUSB OF and ordered for the feeond reading CORRY alfo tbatthc He moved alfo that a estimates for the smd Mil ffllf id of Post Burton to be vice promoted to command of the 54th Milne to he Firft vice Maclean Clephane to he Second MajorVvicj be Captain of vice Palling to be Hamilton to be vice Sir 45th C to be vice Loyal Edcnfide tjowartf Right Wallace to be Vtatnq bufiners of Indeni tp a fcbncVufibn Several ftances had arifen generaLbelief that itwpuld have again delayed and thfr IVTinif tej of the Emperor publicly manifefted the fatnt opinion but the unexpected arrival of a from has changed the face of Two after his difpatches had been to Count Minifter fent for ML De Hugel and De with whom he had a Jong con after which Pe Gollpredo made pre Ijis departure j aqd on the next of off Ra will follow in a few The Chancery labours with great in pefliting the fcelters of wtip had in fome degree reco vered from his experienced a in COB Jife vvas in greareft dan At thisjnomenr he but his Phvftciansicifhe canndt Hve r The prttomtionsfof fhf 6f the Diet of the Royal cabiiot fitiifljiedjlt the Appointed time his theteforfr poftponed the opening the th r at Count the Di The in of theItalan PARIS s bevput tothe ill which have beyonj tht teferi tlwr Ka boundary v an Englifti arrived engaged to bear17 at per gallon 5 clfewUcrc at ihpft rtffpe5r the Friends and a fcleA arid chofen forfeadjr which emtbfeg him te fell for the following reduced prices Tine 6fc Icfl dittos OBeft en fort i to per y Pickling a variety of Jamaica Scale and IS conftamjy fuppUed with a fashionable and ex tenfivc Variety of the following ARTICLES of DRESS ready made in the nentcft of the beft Materials on vearymodicrate Terms CentleiBendDccfiiind Frock Curricle Coatt and SJrtoutsi Flanuclani infide Veffct and antt bf every 1 GentUmensDreiringObwnsandWrapperg I a new and ftrihSofcable Airortmcnt of WOOrtLEN M FANCY ianplicd oii a few hpurs no lice with made agreeable to their meafurc in the without auy SCHWEPPES Mobi f llty and ihe ftc has of above recommended Ueltzer in B Soda Ditto 14 Ditto Half 9 V Rbchelle Ditto i7v 4 J Cheltenham Water and Harrowjatc and Briftol from the every Mouth FROM Jiprll 20 ilje an4majefty of lemnity celebrated on Rafter Day in ilttan Church of fesn the the bow down his tiead before the Being thnt founds and he ireturn God of who hasfn his arjdwho Iras ar fength granted peace price of his Atifixjn the morning the now the rial of announced the of the Concordat at of the Police pro claimed it throughout But it was at Noire that the moft aoguft cererv ony as to be Eefore daybreak crowd filled all theaverwes to the Ca nirteoclock the church was cirri awaited in filches the At ien oclock the Cardinal Legate ajVj elcorted by a piquet of He his the golden ahtl by the Italian attached tohwLe moments alt tBe hew them feveralancient jfeverljjil preachers had illqftrious in the andin the aflembttte of and nifheq it feernedas turned from the abode of Thje aft4nifliedthat they hVd fo nM ingp j bne faw the ten years jmijiery beheld with joy totHttenanies fo longchafteftedby grief recollected the the and the refpediable Oh fublimif the they hajve are the fyre pledge they will Art yearsiof age advanced tKe by two MinMlers j irwas the Archbifhop of disappeared to haverefumed his flrthgtk celebraYihg yeturn of a relif for a whole he ha and honoured by his e iejatimeni oft andt in fefing thnt veoarabk lifuog with difficulty trembling handi to inyoke iipon the people blcflitigfs defcend from Heaven at u Atnoonthe fotin4 and the announced the arrival of the Firft at the hoad bfall the atid all the went to receivo him at the gate He entered the church a followed byhis two and pre ceded by MintftertandCauqfellors of i r i r i A lurmounted by a magnincem hpd been prepared for thePlrft Conlul he ftawdhimfcU and ce lebrated by the Cardinal Alter the all the Biihopsand the After the oaths de Boifgeltn delivejrfd a ttiyfs Silence interrupted but at intervals Orgahtdcepj Iplcin That our up fho lound of the drums mixing the pf if tjit folemnity of the After the Te Deurh was Paefiello fcemed to bavc hirrifcU in c at Corfu from and difembarked Booia Bpiirt Wolf for fofiie time qefolated leVeral of de llEntre deux arid na4 in the Communes of and was at length killed on the m the Sonwttune ofSadtracv throng the courage of narne jean father and feizfed j pr import ate a rt8flf B for ilie feeond VAJTTART Read a thirdtime and ordered to the Lordi the mfotion The in a folvcd that the be defrayed out of the Sir WILLIAM EttORDdefired to not any to be fcr raUUS ft the peace VANSJTTAilTanfweredi ber had motion to fore come Tax Repeal The Committee Private letters f6m Paris that the plan faiour of the faidto bis in that the Emigfsntsire fllall continue iij Thejr are 1Q fee jjjiife poj not fuld j bujt adhere a great numbcrg being entirely difpofed no rntfans of it is thought b be the iritemion of Government to ren J not ofa feudal were fet up to fafe by but moft of which were neither bought up 11 An article from Berne aflerfs bfficjal l declaration has been made to the fador at that enter tajned in rhe negotiations at Amieni of any fecrer perceiving thciWSlf to much leale On the ntgjht of 24 while the Diana of BaUimpre was tfie Gapt8inf of tHe out to the thrat fome oneoverboard bf ftoye hif kfo i rilrWled them Itothe fpot where a fuftairiinget woman apparently dead j7the poor fellow rheth in vkhen tlxe byRrpper meflns life Th woman pafjenger m jhe m aheavy tjMJtieaft vejiTel to lW Verbal to lend tiaftijindinen by rhe r tv journey of tfceir Ma jeflies ID Barcelona is no longer fpoken and fome perfons think thatmotives of economy ha it to be if not entirely Yieflftrday New land Stock Ex and read the following letter Afrit 1 TlWiDepUty governor of Banfc received a letter laft night rom the RighIT Henry Chan ccllor of Majcftyi requctting that he would caufc notice to rmdrcJng ar tHe StockEx change thatlie V be ready on Monday at eleven at hii houfe in to Confer fuch Gentlemen as may be difpofed to enter m to a rbntracT tor a Lottery fbrjhe ferwite of the ycar 1 to be Addinfrtohs intention WtnaUefome ContraiflorB of the Lottery fbt alterfng the tnarmef1 of drawing as to prevent incalculable mircliiefs that frpm Lottery brings people to W the geateft wferVantrof all 19 defraud 1 If can adopt any mstkod of lefTening ibpugh he ihould fell the lery a lower he do great benefit ta who was likewife a plunged after her and fupporred her under pne of arms til fhe boat picked thteni We the fafe ar rival in the Downs of the Ihip from the Prefidency of with Sheleft in Bengal RiyerTt failed from Ifland of jSelena the latter end of very Ukafe published by rhe Emperorj the latter end It eftablifiies pecuniary raejats both for deliver unjuft fenten as for private perfons who bring The Secretaries will to pay ftftr each thai ftail be a five iuniK brrng nnjufl or maintainunjuft the firft in tlie feeond ten in the 3to per tappn trie wholefum fo un lowing there Jx1 foupd Judges Seorataries wlio tTieforgel of tfccip diitiesfofar as not to affcp I j The Chairman and Cprn pany have President the theptivate is ftill fome amicable ar rangement will be made witVioutljrmging the dif pjjfjes on this fubjetf Lord yftftertlay aftumed the duties of hii high and important office as Chief Juflice of the Court of Kings ftis Lordfhip fat at Nlfi Pmt ni the trials of fuch caufes as were laft The French official paper now ufes the Chrif tian names qjf the days fuch es but ftill keeps up the Republican names of the months and No bufinefs will in future be Letters have been received at an nouncing that Spanifh having five millions of dollars on had arrived at ajid that a fhip of war was eypecled therewith three millions Lord Robert Fitzgerald is appointed our Ambaf Jor to the Court or LUbon it is will be Plenipotentiary to that of whofe aclivity have had occafjpn beforetp from Dover Tharfdav for for the pur pof of the Dcfioitiv Ratificauoni I andwho fall Bgaidlmptjbjs fame fubjer5led to a pjscuniary be difmifT ed frorh their ifundlions and if they pratftife openly injuflice arid they fhall nh only burbe alfo cxarni natitih and conformably to AFKIL A On Monday lafi a very accident happened by which the light following perfons IpH their on MtchatlVHill his bro of their brothers alto fworn meafurer of this port and Henry Radclififftreet together with two one belonging to and the other to They had let off in a boat in the morn ing it being an holiday to amufe themfelves on the and having were fcea a mile and a half from Portifhead Fart ing towards the Welch wear which place are fome very dangerous fand banks and it is fup pofed that the boar ftruck upon one of them and irmnedLtrly as he was pfiarwards keel uppermoft but we do hot find there were any witneffet to the thai of the party bring It is truly me lancholy 10 conftder that this has deprived three of their and fourteen children of their fathers j fix of whom belonging to who buried his wifa within thefe feur None of the bodies have yet been except on of the which MAS found in the cuddy of the It is but juftice to fay the above were oerfedllv and of
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