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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 1, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                COUNTY rPO be SO1 a well fecuretl clear PROFIT X RENT of ONE HUNDRED JEM ariiing nut of of choice immediately ieining and en which a principal part of Town held by Lcafc of iJves renewable fbr wJiirh on the txoirationof fomc determiuable will rife Very No Rent can IK better fecured or Grctlod being in Ilent ami die 3dncerfei but few There are feme par ticulzr attending the which on enquiry Wilt be found tp render the Purchafe very and perfisn offering the real value will be immediately ed Application to be made to near Tullow or JOHN Public No Upper who will give every iurbrjnatitfn with refpca Eo the lnj at j T T V John to the De t Plaintiff JT ccec pf His MajeftyY and Court of in made in this i i J bearing date the Jtoth day of t do hereby give Notice to all Creditors formerly of in the County of and all Pcrfons haying jtiy charges or the real or perfonal the faid John to come in before me and thcfamc on or before the nth day of May oilier wife they will be precluded the benefit of the faid Dattd his 34th day of f I LIVPRPpbl NOTICE hereby that prefent Leafcof thefe 0ie iftof January next that the Pfoprietori are and to receite Proposals from any Perfon or Pcrfous inclined to treat for anew Theatre is intended to be newmodelled and en larged an explanation of together with ail other xiectflary information relating to the may mown applying to John New INNKEEPERS in on the Great Road London and refpcflfuHy inform the and Travellers in that they will itccom nindate them with Poftcbaifes and Horfcs on the fol terms Two hillings pet mile for four One Hulling per mile for a Sixpence per mjW for fadtlle ruling upon a will be threepuicc per mile extra and for two or cacbi i The may depend on hav ing good and Horfes to any in the king and every exertion will lc ufcd to make the joiur pcy fife and Aprd NUTOROVE JONES begf leave to dtquattit bis Friends and the to render his Accommodati more ertcnfivg and he hastakcn Nutgrove the of the late Aldermap The Advantages of the frtuation arc intoyapd the the the beauty of the or convenient diftance from the City be He with confidence to pyoteiaion of but fac refts nut that appeal on delufive pro jnifer what eanijpt buron fltc reai fer victshich he has of young during been pre pared by him for various iituatioUaiu for tnc Uuiver Navy or TernncxpreUcd FAMliY vReiJUfied pure MALT erigaeed to bear 7 at per gallon fold elfcwhere at 8s CAST moft fully the his Friends and he extenfively afTortcd with and well Stock of the puvhafed fpr ready which enables him fcU for the followiag reduced prices Per Beft f Ucft odi Port 45 to Jamaica Bert Jamaica pw 8 GcneVAi Pickling a variety of Jamaica Scale and Lump STANFORDS IS conftantly funplied with afafluonable ex Variety of ih following ARTICLES of DRliSS ready made in the neateft of the bcft Materials and on very moderate Geivtlrcaens Drcft and Prock Curricle Coats i and StocklngWch Hofiery infidc Veils aud Waiftcoats and Breeches of every DreflingOowiw and a hew and faftijonablc Aflbrtment of AVOOLLEN arid FANCY WA1STCOATING may he fupplied on a hours IIQ tlcc with Clothes made Agreeable to their nieafurc in the without any leaye to inform the he has juft fupplied Ills with an Ex tenfive General Allbrtmcnt of TRUSSES of an Im proved hitherto unknown in this Country in the vtrv CpTes hf Rupture will afiord th moft feafdnadle want of lUch in the many dangerous and diftrefllng Caics of has been the caufc of painful anxieties to the ought to their lives ianaot be a moment fccurc wlth out fuch t has fo arranged this bufiiuTs with his the Publieroay meet a Con flan t Supply of liifttumewu fot pwin Dillortcd Legs nnJ Feet of Diftortcd article of Machjrtcry where Deformity be relieved by Mechanical which gained him the univerfulapprobationof in both Ettraft of a Letter from to a Gentleman in following are the faMs relative to one A the manyeurci this by Whitc litads Pills and Eflence of Muftards Being attacked by I prevaUedupou to buy a box of PilU arid a bottle of the Liquid ErtVncc but entertaining no great faith in advertifed they lay by me un until the wife of one of my labourer warn cd with a Paraleric which totally deprived her of the life of It occurred to have them to when my asto their power ful foou poor woman Wing been completely reftored to hearth and activity in the eourfe oj a few purchafcd medicines at to whom and the jjublic may wake the known for the benefit by ikUMlaJft YV 0 CUHIiENT given Sot inall juanntJefjrrat the Office of TUOMAS TnpRM Bankol 5 per Do kindsof Irifli and are daily negociated at the Office honiM front until thrtfeai AN APPEAL TO A NUMBER of men who frW have better from Unfordttn loflts anil unmerited art become objects of fommife and who ara now PnToners in Mar finking under a prefTure of Piftreii and whofe induflry hath been and now heir fcfourceitetally and who arc likely t6 heome victimsto the grentctf in their wrewhcd andobfcure humbly beg leave to nqike known their unhappy fuuatiori to a Kuminc avid charitable and to fupplicatc their aid to favcthem their mi ferablc Families from impending StarvatiouJ wfcich tKcm and too often txpcrienccd in tbeir foiitary and hitherto borne iu went fbrrow by the uiibappy Suf conligned to this Pe no fort of daily allowance is given to often fea the of common will be rCcei red by the and at the and acknowledged in die IF ever aCafe oftea1 difirefsmade its appeal public Humanity it hoped that tnc prelent will not be left fuccefsful with the dtfcerning and WIDOW a refpeaable Once in ctrcumdknces apparently beyond theteachdf and who brought ar ample fortune to her fo reduced as to iiureat the fmajlcfl havingbeen under the ncceffity offelling even her laft little pieceof furniture to procure the means of esiftcncc for and two helplefs Female are the Vicifii tudes of the poffible be brought home to the breaft of and then learn the impor tance of that Divine Maxim Do to as yauwould wifh they do unto however will be thankfully received by the following Per Dameftreet Capelftreet Dawfon ftreet Rdbcrt and Henry rftcntW t irialie Determine to KcpunAuatrf bawccnithc itth afcd lath of Charged with difparehrt rromTouiftfnt for tne We tliea fet out with the W Tounaifct forhe where we arrived the fame at eight at On the TEST Citizen Oranville confirmed me in the opinion hid eondwci and charac ter of I Dill trefobie at the confidence which he placet in and at our firft cculdnot have dared to ihewin breftnte Of without expafing himfelf tn the of his even at thsmoment the heartrending forrow to know family are in the power of the he cannot fay what their On turn to the accompanied by the of delivered to the after having read andhad an audi ence of the prepared an aofwer to gaveit in charge to his and deurcd them to a fin re rather that he was diipofed to forget the and wiflied that he iliould come to that they jniight concert together the of ail giv ing him liis word Of honour that he fliould be ftu Firft be treated withthe highcft He hirh an armiftice of four to enable hint to come At ten oclock at night the young TouflAints fet out to execute the confidential million with t he ConfiilGcneral honoured to Citizen that withftanding armiflice granted to he has not the fefi continued to burn and As to their conduft until the when their detained them perleaiy anfwers the which thejj experienced from May the Supreme Being Ylreoglhen their hearts in and prcferve thejii from the influence of their too goilry The after hating employed all pacific and marching at the head of the heroes whom he commands the brigands Ay on H contain nccounti from but Ate thdn already puWifheiU 7 J A font ott from ike deliberations of tho Municipal the ill the fittine of tJiTrifc from we Taken pffage relative to of prevented the entertngi find iibout fix fit njfibt every fideMcy will be fliortly and their barbarous Chiefs I am Citizen that I have not more fatisfaiftory to fend Be afiured that have exertion to fucceed in the tniflion with which Charged and affure the Firft Conful with my and I faliite yoiz The ad of laft month the Chiefs of many of the vagc the Miami fcad an audience PROM THE PAKJS Director of the Inflitution of the to General Minifter of the Marine and of the Citizen w Tie Honoured with your and the confidence of the Firft confirmed by a million from the General Co 1 ihouJd have ieiit you fboner a tailed on my I Bsd not been attacked by a f childrenof and myielfTet off from the Cape at eight oclock in extremely bad proceed to the habitation of Her i where the CaptainGtneral thought their culpable father Touflaint was hot at Hericourt when we arrived there we only found about twenty armed negroesywkom we endeavoured to bring back to their duty by inviting them to refumc their and by afluring them after1 what they told that the French neither wijhcd to carry off nor embark their as they had to and ftill lefs to reduce thenj to that their freedom was and confirmed by the Frcnch aud llie General of the Firft who was come full of confidence with his contbrt and child among the French of Domingo thoc they like good to take up irho htid fucl dif courfe to which only tendtd to deceive and mllTcad tha we wertf the wearers of letters confirming all we had faid to appeared to give them and th of the who was almoft allured that Touflaint wa at AVe immediately fet out puurwholc we found diffcrciu pofts rn the Mttrnes occupied by a few When we arrived at Marmelade we were informed by the inhabitants of Owt confining of and Tpuflaint hiidflept there the night but otic from doubt he had continued to give his to Chriftophc 1 have fiuce been certain of It was eafy to difcovcr among all thefa pefon that they had not the fame way of The to doubt all that I had faid to fct off immediately t proceed to the ufual place of Touflairits the inhabitants of Marmelade fuppoJed him to eleven at night we arrived at and found At the fight her this woman manifefrcd all the ijtntitiKnts of the moft the tent olf both to the Gonaivcs and the other to Jber with the account of our and of our being the bearers of difpatches from the Firft giving him the greateft would do a way entirely all reports which might have jlirred him up to The day arrival at Citizen GranviHe arrived with the third fon of whom he had to board with who came to fee and embrace his In iioon they both returned to Touilaint came the following were awaken ed as foon as he 1 fliall dcfcrtbe to you here Citizen all that pailed when we deli vered up his children to The fatherand two threw thcmJclycs into each others faw the tears fall down their and withing to profit of a moment which 1 thought I flopped him atthe moment he held out his hands to and faid to hm h it the friend of I am going to em Can diatel your they arc at this moment inter preters of the Conful and the CaptainGeneral of the Colony 4onfiele in their innocence and the purity of their they are about to tell the exact Uaac Had gavA faithful recount to of what ifac Firft had faid at and he Cap tainGeneral at as well as at the during this mod faithful narrative of hit obferved the moft profound 1 then pccfentcd him with the bo containing the letter of the Krft CohfuL He took read Uie incloled and appeared to be perfectly far tisfied with I exhorted to perfuade him to go to to becomehis Firft LieuicuauN alluring him tbat he was anxiouu to believc that he had no part in the burning of the To n fpirc him with ftill further confidence in the pacific prp of the French I to promifeto remain an hoftage for the fin cerity ef the offers whicli I made him in the name of the French ie that having received letters from fevcral military threatening plunder every he could not He intrusted me to write to the CaptainGeneral to fufpcnd All with an affurance on his part that he fhould do the I wrote under his to He un dcrtook himfelf to forward fny letter j and at four in the morning he left Thus our interview laftcd only about two On the moment not having been aple tojprcvailra him the moft preffingfoHcitaiionsto go to the I perfuaaed write to the and intend hU letter by brae cou fldeatialpcrftta suid being inducedto think favourably A of tbc icauaents cf CittKn and of hfi and anireat Bar about ftithfu execatonof bis flre to A rtJJort a fnr foon became more h diredled UfM againft the ww panttfufarly marked cbn Ihe palace of ihe depot of rufls of I ptey of trie ffomS of old W andr invalids and to which giesrimmber the inhabitants had wat not more It waf jn firfetliree r j lopl1 ln fa fenced hoofes and plundered them before they fct fiteJ fted forfafety w the tjnvn The progrffi of the very A violent wind the fury of the who had fwora the of until hod confidered him ita By eleven niight the Barnes hatl made fo extenfive jt 6edrme to fiy the The criet and of the children haftened About and fet toco lighted by with the Municipality at their headj left the city tiy Rtt in the mountain of tp fafety where they and pfoptifed ft fpend fpeak tor tktc this Children have and they rejtffoe to find tfeee in the Council Of the Sixteen Siitccn to Communicate to thec a very tant whlek concerns thy red people well as thine fectug that the Great Spirit created tis Thy children that the bands oJ amity may be maintaUjtd between them and their the White The Orator of the Deputation then complained infractions of the Treaty of Hethen rcqueft ed that other inftruments of balbandry 0joaJ be granted to the red Healfo carneftiy reojuefted ttai the wKite people Ojoiild not permitted to fell vtny whichlie called of the which tended to impovcridi as they parted vjth objclb of the firft wants to purchafe Thy children added have not as much power over thcmfelves as you have over When our bro Whiter came ripft into our our anceftow I were numerous and happy but from the intercourse with and the of this ire left and our population t JefTcrfoa thanked and aflurcd them thattheir complaints tbouid be and thcii wiflies MARCH c might Save been eipeijledj declared itydifapprobatipnot the Democratic Coofiitution of the Seven and has faa the Sultan tiitire that things be immediately on the fame footing as they were before the aid of The order Wits complied as ft was enforced by 8000 difembarked afewdaysago from an Englifh fquadron from The Knglifli put aganifonin the and occupy the of the The fame aunoHncej the faecdy arrival Ruftian battalions from Naples to fecure public It is certain that the Porte and Ruffia are inclined to eftablifli tranquillity here j the qucftioo they will be always fo It is faid in ttm ttmt France berfelf teould net but k offended ttlegtl inmvathnt of tbt lykb of We wait the iflueof thefe things but it fetms a fingular that a new folcmnly proclarmed free and fliaU be obliged to bend under the yoke of four Yet it mud be that the of and the violence of paffion which prevail in this would be apt to convert liberty into licen and to produce even greater alrocitks thattttavc witneifed during the French The Democratic fs rather humbled than fuppreflcd and betng of to etecwte its favourite projeA of deftroying all the it wilhjts to engage fome foreign Power in its was vertaiiily a effort moderation in Ruffia and with arms in their to allow this Ifland a Republican form of Government but neither thefe nor will ever look upon the eftablithmcnt of a Democracy with a favourable The Merchants at being exift of a Prejecl for a National JJftiblifhment for the manufacture and fale of have addrcffed 4 Me moir on this to the objccl of which is placeit on its guard agairiftwhat they caUprojqdls arifing from and hope of realizing a Jarge fortune at the cipence of MARCH Many Gazettes hajrc announced an approaching inter view between our Monarch and his Pruffian but the report is confidcred here as wholjy C3ape This exiracl that the Municipal and the inhabit tanrswifjted to JFreach troops their wifhes were oppofed by their Black ihej Goternpr of the who refilled the repeated imreaties and rations made to him to he recognifed no rhief ToufTatint that heniouid fet fire to rhe earrh raihtr let the fleet aadiOT in tlife Our readers already kriow that he did fet fire to Cape Townj1 which jHe previoiifly fent out of the town the old no and who fuffered great being home or reftingplace their property havingalmhft been and their lives in momentary danger of being facrificed by the ferocious Black General Letters from the rriePruffian which occupy thai part of Poland vvhich has been ceded to are to be placed upon a wnr and that he greateft exertions are making to Thefeviyarlike preparations are fnppofed to have been adopted in Awflria having aflembled ifumefous forces in arid the frontiers of Some difputes have af JFen jthe Eiedor of Bavaria and the Committee of the the latter feemto thirik that the ihe lately made have a revolutionary ten Letters from Madrid of the yth that only two days before the news Of the peace arrived the difcount ott Government paper increafed i to joU per at vvnich it was on the morning of the when the city thrown into aflare of joy by the arrival of two withthe pleafaat ridings of the fjefinitive Treaty having been figrjed at AmiensY to complete their in a afterthey hid the happinefs to fee three meiioiF baring on board upwards of ten millions of Arrive in the Bay from Trie difcount on the Goverment paper immediately fell to A under Britim arrived a few days laden with refined and another with coals birt not being permitted to difcharge their about tp fail for fome neutral This gives no plrafure to the apprehend meajos tt cdntirtue her fyftemof perfecutidA againft the Britiih trade in peace aswell as The in now enjoys as much free dom as it can poffibly do under an ajfojute form of The good efleclt of this freedom in civilmng and refining their man no be fpeedUy as it has already been ihflsefeftof the aifrlve and enterprifing fitjiifloChief has again involved Spaurtiards in rroflility with the on the frontiers of Baft with a pany of Machafooky town different plantations onSr Johns an4 deftroyed ah extenfive fettlement formed by Judge Hall at the to thefouthward of Auguftine and advancing within a few of that carried away mur dered fume and deftroyed fuch property could not Thefe meafures eyaf perating the they murdered Jriendly Greeks who were amongff them fbrthe tobe made be to re Wednelday fale of and thtis commenced a war which has and of coUrfe the general iilumination w ill already been fatal the new iff Flo not take place till that rida t the Spaniards being to render them InflrucHons will be fent today to the Heralds the thinlyfcattered to the proper officers to attend fled in every direction for whole force the it fhe imention of the Lord IMayor to call out all the military under his jurif who will join in the His Lord fliip has procured the loan of a fine horie from his Majeftys to ride on in the which Will fet out about 11 oclock from MONDAY The Ratifications oLthe Spanifh and Goyernmeot vyere received at Lord Office yeflerday ahernoon at halfpaft fix oclock They were brought by the Kings Meflehgery who landed at Dover yeflerday forenoon in open boat from It was underttood this morning that a Privy Council be held this day at on fubjeiit of ihe Proclamation of Peacei which expelled to be made before Wednelday jn the including the not equal meet threehundred Indians in the The prifoa of in contains a wo man of the Commune of accnfed of having ftrangled her daughter of nine or tep years of and of having expofjcd her ia that ftate to ivild which had devoured a part of her   

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