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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 6, 1802, Dublin, Dublin IMPERIAL HOUSE OF APRIL Air LEE brought in a Hill for regulating LAW Pro in Ireland Kcail a And ordered to be read aTccand time on Thurfday The CHANCELLORot the EXCHEQUERtlbroujht in for granting an annuity of to itfcif Royal the Dulcet of SiuTcx and Curing hit Majcftys fo TAYLOR begged to be infflnmed whether it was ifrilomary to introduce the woith hi Vfce CHANCELLOR of ttft ixcHEquERwpjied in The Bills then ordered to be tcad a Jecood time Monday neit AND The Houfe having refoJvcd itfelf into a The CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEiyER ftated the vontraft he had entered into for thd Lottery far the teri the prcfcnt It had been his ohjcil not only to ihake a xncncial bargain for the tutto adopt plant and regulations as held forth a fn of an tmtfiial cheek to the pr43 ice low It was bnpoflible for any perfon not in of official information to conceive to what great and ruinous extent this nefarious practice AVerehetejfbte to the Houfe the amount of the Tunisof jVtlie number of the and persons em 1 in going to and other pjaccfr of ge fgr the aiW allurrngpeo fcicrralameifublt icenc of the felt ajjl ob objection could bf a plan f lil L to and rfflltlw ifluancc of intorandS It nia chat the j contented In ptrteaiwf tBB yeaty the jehad 6 oT infurinj faU jiiirig tofubmit to the ttoH be three difTerent Lotttriei to t of Drawing each to ceco fODiiiJ expedient tQ Lottery ftr that the eveft mete fbrmjdahte Ireland afford Tnoi be to tljatthe Jffintlal Xdvautagc accjainf to Ae f S and omtliiM td In view he t t r Y that oit 1oV ve in and the couu whb heart the claGt tilt would plan now f Tfo great jtluii i county iof Ireland tin Otfltleinan M year tod mile to cheftk fufih thoaflbtthatth t i again on read a third time IRISH the Houfe 06 this Mil Eolkr xtxrre igrctd CQRRY to tlaufe which purported I tTI to i1 tlu Ver i the of and thcic Abf noxv paid to ports for pf pay r faid and to retain one Corry tts tliepstrpnaec of the Crowiu by giv the appointment of ah officer who to receive the Ices now received by the eolieAon of I the fame time condemned the I Jtnltas of the wliofe hei nination of to which Iht prcfent went to tfit ttEQRtWBHlfcL reprobated very Orongly lant hg oa in and the tefalure pronojinctd Hcfuififted jlhat they Jjad tcquhtcu boaourablv the were as good a thofccontimed in Jic forethc He coucloded rwith Jwoving hat ChaJrwan the Ttte CHANCELLOR of the that fc rofc wStft more onplcafan fcelipgt to fpeak upfn he perfeUy of the His Right friend iad called i of tfce Committee to this inla way 4 t and tp transfer Officers of a iVivatc dvty whkh the former He did cot protend to fuehj H faoaty mcaut jo thUt fomc in mentary pror IV tO a amu laid for ifitelv Houfe of ComtnoiN avdmy which had been why it ihooH ce of atthc famo Boards in the tJnited no intentional deHpqucstcy imputed wu only contended JtKcy haQ tliiensufea thtir Wr that they had lie he wiiUcd Ample inlbrmitticm j if tUc kllcgadQiv was certainly was no ground for ifK ontlkia there no grouud tor the impytatloa oa their it not liciflfiwVnt tq depriu of thdr Sir GEORGE HILJL tnvAwneciors bound to only lununon who were fwom to FOSTER defended the tiill he Lineir Board of to of the in its ftrfl t He did not wifll totlfirOwiny cenfiurc whate much left in any of the of under jn He wis viry willing to Gen tliineo had done their Bnty lo thebeft of thdr knowledge from the want beinjr dotfeooverflnt the dtflinnitmsbtiwecn good they had c6 Certain per in low each but fworn thmigh the in advertency or warft of on the the col and the or ntgligcfcitc of thpfe on whom they of bad flatfeed were im ported into paflVd the as if and were dilbriljhled amongft the poor growersof who too foonr difcovcred their fiiliire of lofs at em ployment lor thekfamilies in the fcafoh Thus which had becu imported into but detected and Condemned under found its way juto fbr theVatit of pafled a and wait aiftri buttdas fuch the pvafimrrjr and poor who ufually appropriated then little of a fource of livelihood fa To prevent this by enabling tke LjWtu Board toapphint their own the ohjccl the prfifent did not go to an sd ditional to cepfore tAi any patronacc from th Crowa r but nurciy re an evil whjeh this jfubjetTW Circtinirtaftcei hai arifcli W prcvchr the compktion of the calculations but he beiievad fhey be rrhurifflajr He therefore sMe aefenttf to V Jteferrwd tBtttoBmiittee of Wayi add Meant to Mon day At haUptft fetrcn the Houft djoyrnied Jo l Centcmanwat not in better Undalk leave a had been opfted upon General withofttiii knew wire tu rhonowiajbjemen With t be contended by4c pnvsMfthem their i Y Carry to fiave pajTcd upon the he heen Jjoftponed till FOSTER that inorc tJwin half the quanrity of b coald not tilt after tfce tnfr JKH that T J9 T by the kuraducYion Of bad feeck few worflsjrom the queftipn was put aud that the mould leave the the Howfe having the Committee was ordered to fit again Tie CHANCELLOR of the EXCHEQUER upon fuBther confidcrat he though tthcbcft mode relative tp thclubjea tbey been wftild be to appoint a Committee toifetf fidcr the relativtt to who morrow on Ht then Cotamittcc fliould be appointed 15 eonfider oft the fjiveraf Aclsof tlie or Henroen Mariufaihjret as relatedt pWtation of into and report with ijfieir obfervatjons COKRV moved for a Commitfee on Monday f Mf Sorar Urawbacka in N that 9 Commijtec be epjKMnted to eOimatcof the pajiirig tag the and of the of allowances to Subajtem Officers in time of and that they have to report from time to the CORRT that the of the ayth of tbte rclatjag to he Sinking now tor the of providing for deficiency in the from ueecdarily arifing frcuu AfV of The eoramifliowew who empoweMd to aa tinder the authority that were five Speaker of the HouJe tir Cmtimonidf Chincellorof the and Secretary of the Lord The office of tlfc of of Ireland was totally andthe Chanccljbf ofthe Exchequer was nea cetlsrilyabfent from tu alter fome o n V Mtrying theTuuc ihiji which graauetl t SMtt CORKY moved the ordertif day for the Houfe refolvc itfelf into a ComrnUtee of the whole lo rf the repoTlof it to ground a to regulate Trade of Ireland apd wjth to tkt to put theni under the fciae regulations as they areunder The1 order being he ThHltber1 SbeakerAdo now the Chair which was 1 Houfe in a That1 the Chairman be directed move Houfe for to bnng in abill for the fur tker encouragement of WA and for other pur thCfvtpprtwts received Inv leave given to bring in a that Order Ptjr forthelfoufe to rcfoltc itfelf a CotnmHtfjt of the whole to cotffidcr of the for the RedmSflfea DTtlie National Debt be which being under the n fthe Thu in purAiapce of the the fol Flag Otficjrrs of his Majeftys fleet were and Right Lord Vice the to bti Admirals of the and Vice Admirals of the io Ik Vice AdmiraU of Chaflet and Peter Vice Admiral of tbc to be Vice AdmiraUof the Sir Geprgt and Stir Charier tlear Admirals Bt be Vice Admirals of the j and Sir raLto the Tothe Definitive Tteary and theCfincoTdjii has fncceededan acl of and grace to thEmi fhe Moritnar of ihe we re ceiied this has pabliihed a Staatiu Gpif upon the which hoi received the a p brobaiion of the Confervarive Senate and the It brobation of the Confervanve Senate and rfre Con TuUv to all the4 of tKe The individuals who have Chiefs srmcd the Republic Thofc have bad ft enemys Thofc fince the foundation the liare prefervcd places in the cftabliflimcnt of the Frenc tpAave or to beat indlgatbrt or agents of civil or foreign war by fern as weft as reprcfcfl pf tie have themfelves gu of treafen jToe Archbifliopi drTarowibg gitimate io their To ti ihcbfi ofexetion we h is not to be w v WJH be totally wfith refpeA to the pt the the iodgced him The euteptron trtikitwjfe VVe pbjeiifl Ail Emigrants are required return tc befartj thffagdof Imtti upon tjiey are lo beforeCommHTaries appointed for that have TetorneXl in cbnie qiience of the are thtfn to takfran fMeHty tb the Thlsdarh w to be wkeo within a by tfce Emigrants already returned to the Em feive taken the and tdfesr ur xvhith they inity from foreign they are to reteive a Certificare 6f Amnefly Ggned by the Mmiftfr pf aie for ten under the fpecial fu perintendattce of the vho if they think remove them to Jrom their place of evenduringthefe ten ajl the rigWqf French1 Such of oJf fiflugrams as remamrin of the GoTenmerit U to be hfUAwd to with the eicijption and puWtck femce jr rights tifion the and dividends of flock fiuce their J nutnber pcrfons maintained upon tire lift one fire hundred of whom are before tfce of The of the hw Opened in the Tlie fcxpendnuTC rt flated it oa nearly millrons Her for tbe from revthde v5th fofne to thP The direct indirect taxes to he or to be inareafed left than Thev on doots and wtndowaf to main U 3The rfuty patents is to be in creafed J to be 4ut in the in on the for for tlie y pofcdr hi orde ihat the nence yfpft Bodi ianot A of revoldtion hn j been it ouring theChtcf tanfafmjiiiir Oi tome idle liho expefled m fee great de61ae4 yhe country in abo the iyid eftaWiflied The Prenijh has hii to this decifiye has been as yet done with the whichK it is will re on pay a month or fix weeks fchey are to be drafted into w difbanded Thus is that fnbfiflence will be iflued for another months at tjiey are all proceeding towards the they to await the orders of ollovyjuig Naval promotions will rake place in a few days 36 Vbft Captains to promoted Admirals 30 topoft Cap 50 who have feryed In the laft former o be Commanders who had pafled for to be put on thjit Matters and who had in former and late per daV otKeri on thefe lifts who have Toryed fix to equal to the iulfipny of of ii no to A of oi Admiral Barlow u g Admiral I been appointed WM bjp the CunMle tne who OffeiB i ordered 16 remain The lne Kingjbf Sar under and xy aout Vthfr French appears furrendered the credit cotmtry toj tsons of individual unworthy yanii addrefs ofiihauka orjfens iftpprobation of the late and In ex prefiirtghis pride at being aflerts France to be fuperior to England in fcienee and Now for a man who not krioflr a Hebrew naeer catcher of reiatler of the to pre decide ortrhdf depths of icicuceandofH to depreciate the attaintnems in prde to exalt the character of his newUepubUcan and more thari we had given even him credit 7 two thoufmd peojple about Somerfet Hoofev Family twelve with loud and God blefi L r jetty and the Peace for ever i Long life and ftlajefty t The j ne ftlajeHy The highly pfeafed of He bowed eral A of Sailors who greetedhim wuhhonefl attachment rirtic of Jpyahy4 Hiji My muB have oeeo highly granted tlm rencpntre with thofc hayfero twbujed to fupport the honour of tfo BHilh TkeCapitan fincehis renwh ra prtvailed ttjpon the Grand firman yf and pardon 10 m of The to fauiify their fattsfadHoft at this Jroi raediardy liberated the widow apd daughter of t murdered Putfea from aridfcnt udder efcarttd Confttitttlnopje The mailed of iRatfeJ e it now tfef qia won Many of that this Nobleman for a vin that ai AmbaffSdbr from Court His offence is bid to haye in A of his friepds have aUb become thfir zealous cooperations with him in promoting the CHiife of Among tncfd the learned fentiment 100 much freedom in a memrriftVwhich he drew op at the exprefsre queft of theiGovernnjent means for ame Organteaifion for
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