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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 4, 1802, Dublin, Dublin v IS fitted up in a fuperior ftiic fincc Iaft and really for the reception of Company4The Efta Jliflimcnt will be carried on this Seafon on a new it wilt meet general Until tmuft of for Board and Lodging be only One and an per Week during fummcr months the will be 1 ind fontc Cards of the Terms appfy to at ft J Fout ftoomj April In i ic or lyink general ebilhy jmd of the inikl ftimulatttfg Fowerj of of liablt to J i j condition iMki If the with v He that leave given tb the prHCds of and prevent and Lord SHEFFIELD obfemd that the difference da in Scotland articles ofconfumnti be could not fublcribe to fenigirure contr to the wjd the Lord JSUsife J T 7 of the twenty yeairs period when ajttiw was to oke there any between Efttfand and umSncMtirewait not fy matter of co patcqca ipintion Plcnipottptiary to the French the Addington i RepMie mmfor wiiifc iiip T of thV Definitive hed the I7ih of Iaft enutth we ijwhj r 7re f flril completely diftywft for Ireland was not England chofe to nut had a right to fdcft other means more fuited toher wn 4 DUNfcAi that the principle of not ScotlaWd paid only Enghuid nMllibns j but fah I jirhich ecchanged with Merry aaaiaft that jf hU Majefty ifth at 6y the Plenipbtcni were tiarjr of RepubUfe when England paid and another tax wai but he d fdrmenUohing it had bttA fnfrarrably for i hundred not nrhre What it ty The ciufe for qrigioillfr making lr fd Hor but fenIirt Hor but lbotta was flace iii the prke of flifhjij lining them were tic had petittpn from his ajpu nOt cnntiniht With the the fTow t fuch 4 would Yall particu toly on froni the he Gottrrnment had not refufed to enter ir t v it jiAt vw impofilblc tarenew it without giving up 1 neutral pgartipnOf 4 V of makingcompetent dearly Ixlovcd the Duke if Cambridge like the money appUcable bf Ireiaud wiould the propofed doty of ftipv without erpfeffing jj i i into fhclre were Tour he eqnal to tt At the thnty vtffels Avjth e i the great tlirf tax in better this head not fdrry srhat dpportuuity had been given fordeclaring thai mercjial intercpujfc between the two w that intention in m fe taxes of deemed SiTSfc itfflJMW a the ordered p received The Income Repeal and ordered tothe report Timi ittcreafed that that m fafiaiftite tderie i the v aanuw w fiukfjoj i v f 7 x Agreed UnWr iif ii i The of that w tbiMuf it j ii degree of ajiSaiip i UiHMC of Right the proyifioqj of the fet on the fubjccl of imi w had yet taktlt It PO morniog the HbaDttrable BffiLlib Laft night one difpatched by fifa Mihifler Plenipotenf tiary to the by Catholic and b the of the IWlJnittVe of InR months which were exchaneed with I Mi v r i I Vli ri WHEREAS Treaty of Pcaic J I T flf 1W Tl i dL j ft t drtup and the 6auvian Republic hath on the ijth have been duly Exchanged in conformityt jib commantftr publiflied nil ovrbominTOiliV and the faidTrwtjrjqf and Fnendiuiip be oKjaryrd by fcaai ib ail prices clurging all our luvinj Subject aiid itottmfQrmthcftitclvti aud to 1 Jjj of June next Moft the and thtrf K that oWcrvedb favour of Almighty and upon paia 0 luffering fiich punifliraenf art vn i itely tt t upon oil fuch JKeW down TbteJ fontainno Capinih la having left on the luccf of heforev heard that in a offered to Ooverhof of all of the French fMcd sut oc or Agent at the burning the Oftly out of 609 Ltar recognifcAby Of wHhiple nunVber American pay their The French ofTeredtp on France or and pvt in colonial prodaec Lear there not produce from the load hip f Lear ftatCi after the AmerKans and othee in habiiatfu had got on board American to theeomingin of the FrencU Ifleet they and only French whites and a black piW The of of the again poStjTcly s v v s Some fair rather too tturpahd he th V 1 1 TtT W p P character of upright man Afl that was firmly on wHich fully Leelere for the of All tote that the French haveTent to tfieHa urging apd fium the inannoDnetn the following diftjogurOied mark moft of the of tnat highly laiic andufcful The Bar of Vincent haying fignlflcd to ji TIT Onynifionersof the that in or dec to Royal approbation of thf mnftb In fwtiAro be ftyled the RoyarMattou t 1 fatjsfadtion In oheyrag their this intelligenee to you md onVing their LordfltipV Congratulatiwu on o tcery d of ihir part of the which i r Pouter His Royal the of Kent embarked on Uft at on board the of 50 immediately failed for Vefterday the expcded naval proniotlQn waMnotinced the There is no promotion of Poft ViceAdmiral and Lord Radftock are i jhVPrtlon of to Home arid Sir Cottoai to be of the Blue and of the John Piyncajid Sir Robert to be c r TWi we the whole of the Jflag promotion oa Hr arc nwdc and 4J 1 i The MidflUpmen B WU dependant of WhrcV f tf jtWii ou m every wellgoverned IRiey caUy though nlledge to be dh authority of the Maflerof pn for week fee A lt Toufltuw in nil had refolvei for WcB p Port iXeucVi dated the of i with woumied foldwrt from place the fajd a number of A of the of TheMerileverrnerof ad April Jayf the aiithfolty reported frofti Gape Francais late at 8th which Itati Gape Francais late as 8th which niti Touflaints Camp had been daughter Ji The followin tins diJfcomfited pa Jn iswehaveeiH C That the Ponugucfa Government fora Loan with the Houfe of Hope K and of for i ASM 5
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