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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 8, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                aac GFNKPAL To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of TpNCOUHAGED bv a number of rcfpcdhible whofe Confequence fhould have weight Vu your I moft refpcdlfully propofe jniyfelf to become one of your Can on the ncit EfcAion The long timr my cvertobclamented life was Icfl vnur and Vodr independence from foreign jfafinA me to malt this addreft to your the intersft my FaTnTTJ muft ver from accruing to and more efpecially Comity and City of authoring me in fume degree to make this appeal to your Should 1 nc fo fortunate as your my life flull be paflcd in cndravourini to promote the prof jwrity of that County I flull bjf happy as to Tbe of my1 prcfcnt fo ex aild embracing fo large a of do not allow me for the moment to render my to you aj fpon it is confident with my mijitary 1 fhall not fail to wait upon and to requeft Jour kind intcrcfl in my fWave the honor to with the greatcft Your mofr obedient and devoted humble WILLIAM Tolhe and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of IT was not my intention at a period to remote from the prubable iMffolutJcfn of to have publickly exprefled my humble confidence that my con your Reprefehtative has to the my abi lityproved my antiety to obey and to fierce Gentlemen have offered themfelves toiyour 1 cannot longer the conti GfeNERAL E MHMPMM To thf CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the QUEENs A CCEPT my fincere Thanks for very flattering Countenance and Support I had the honor to experience during my The kind Attention you have been plcafcd flicw can never be obliterated from my Should I be fo fqrtunitc as to attaju honor 6f reprcfenting it will bethe ftidt of my will be the utmoft of my to render felf worthy of your 1 have the Honor to with tbe htghcft Your moft obedient aud faithful humble May EYRE To the and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of A SEVERE and tedious illnefs haijipirevented roe frpm returning to as I hopMpind to have done long fmce and it Icafl by my abftncc 1 flould have forfeited ftTjjjjf part of your good My jjreuteft ambition and always Ater the Naval CbnVeh renewed in 1800 betweeja the Northern Pow was diflTolved by the dearii of rhe Emperor Paul Swedilh Majeffy ftlmoft atone refifled the claims which England to Northern Convinced of regard to the lofles iUftainiid late imd of of the Swedilh his Majeftyr tlje This morning a Dutch Mail j contain a fingle article of any the columni of the Dutch filled 1 iih defeclion ojheir the examples delayed giving his confent to ihe Convention cdhcltided at Peterf on of iathe hope that a change qf circumftances might enable him to obtain more flpillations for the Commerce of the Northern the time of HiicChief profpecl this was directed to the Negotiations5 about a General i which was then in Majefty did not 6n his j are filled lits of veflels arriving and departing from the fubjecl pf greatefl importance Citizens of the Batavian We received by the Dutch paper printed Rotterdam dtt Late as is of esdept that Ratification Dehnjtive atthe A circularletter has been feijt by from the Wairofficetd1 different nariu of informing that Majefty had declined the furtherterrj of t betforf a of Volunteers andAflfociatedlnfantr1 pay isi to fot the faid nuance of that has fo honorably placed me Station I nowjfill afluring you that I fliall ever hpnor of rcprefenting the County of Dublin highlit that can be conferred on and merit it by a zealous and indepcndant attention to tWfl tranouility and prosperity of our and the proniotlfaft ofthe General Intcrcd of Believe to the higheft Your moft faithful and obliged humble HANS CLERGY and HIEEHOLDERS UNTY of DONEGAL te of my health will not per li as I could duties required Hve of your 1 am compelled fituation iu which your kind Cj and continued me during period of hen I remind you thut you on mfarec committed to my care tjic ims porrfnt your I hope you know too well render it ncceflary for me to affure you of tny Jafting I have yet one rcqucft to a ieOmpliantc with which will complete my obligations to mv that you may flill conjidtr me as your wnalteriblc and iealbus Friend and believe me you fhall fihdme lopreferve and chert fli that affec tionate intercourfe and confidence I have fo amply expe front the lirft 1 was fo fortunate as to your I have to lament that my ability to fefve you has not been equal to my ftill I retire with the of having discharged my truft with Zealand ancf that I now return it of my inwyour own hands and in tnking I cannot but cxpfcfs my fatisfaaion you wW hive au opportunity of transferring your to a who now offers him iclf to and vrbofe favour I cannot fty tfsn that from cooftant rcOdcncein your you all oow his and confequcntly mud eftcem him to his care and you caii myft conWeypur With every fentincnt of and permit me to fubfcribc your AffecTionate And attached humble HENRY VAUGHAN April 5 To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS i of the COUNTY of efteeroed and rcfpeaed having declared his intention of retiring Reprcfentation of your County on the dlflblu 1 ton of the prefent I take the liberty of of myfelr to your confidcrAtien as his He fervcd you with zeal and and did bis bun again to ftand a Candidate for your favourj no receive the mod honorable ttf timonyof your approbation of his Should I be io to be thought worthy of wling his it x be mf conflant by discharging my duty with the iftfnc zeal and to merit your iyavc the honor to inoft fmcert rcfpeSl aud JYout ever faitUful olKditnc V April to merit favour and lhope I foon have the honor of paying you my refpeAs in and foliciting your Support and Protection on the next general I Your moft faithful aud obedient humble GEORGE To the ELECTORS of tbe COUNTY of FROM the decided and jilrrmft unanimous Sup port I have had the good fortune to experience on my I feel myfclf called upon to my fincere Happy iu the opportunity of foliciting the honor to become one of your and encouraged by the flrofigeflafTurancesof fuppnrt from the moftrefpeifta ble Interefb in our and the repeated tsftcnpnics of fo uncquivocally csprelfed byf mnny other Friet 1 feel a cvnfcious pride in mf and in profpecl of being able to afTert and maintain your Independenceagatnft every Deeply grateful for the cordial reception I Tiavc been honoured and the declarations in my to flatter engagwoenUto highly liberal and prove by they have been ieither nor inadvtrtentj 1 1 have the honor to Your very fincere and faithful March did not 6n his right of neutratity fhodid be the general peace Nbut as a of inte IX OM THE PARIS rens oifcuficd between the and as many drlicare prjinrs reguire to be with regard to1 thJefel by which means the treaty might and have miffed its his Majefiy faw that could no longer be of any advantage to remain in a Date which was conGderrd by England as nierejy ai fation of he had Ihewn himfelf extremely anxious jn the acpeffion of Sweden to the as far as poffible to remedy the evils which had come to and to eftablifh good underftandtng between the Gout With this view his Majefty in the beginning of fent full powers bis Mfljeflys Aru baffadorat a treaty qf as well xVifh the Coiitjt of as with the which done This day hit Majefty has gracioufiy pleafcd to fign the Ratification concluded with Lop An artangement U pbout to take place refpe ing the Adjutants of Militia Regiments it is w we that tKeAdjutant nf eaclj I regiment is to be oblijgfed fb refidft at the CounW or Dirificwial ToVrii ririd to have charge oftbi to btf retained on the Peace and who are be employed as efcorts to i t tlounties are to build depots for the inftearf of a fmall fum being to tKfi for the fctrtf of An beR received at Rcwal Hofpi from tte Lords of the Xdntirauy toreceive all prifonert of any ftation we Have at war with during tberatf rive from any foreign napw0iifd x till they can be Iert to their native Admiral VILLARRT JOYEUSE to the MINIDTER of MAMNE and Roads of Cape Febv CITIIEW MINISTER At the moment that Gantheauincs dlvifion was preparing to the frigate Li Corneiie entered tbe her return to I haflen to inform you of the reception fhe met with Englifli Sir John with the moft diftinguiflied marks of attention Cap Tain and Eafign wto to my and whp carried him my He appeared to fcize with eagernefs this oppdrtuniry of cckbrating the peace between the two The frigate fainted the Admiral and the by firing thirteen which was retiyncd by a like number both from Admiral and the All the Captains of the Englifh fleet fcemed anxious to fte beforehand with Vilkmandria m the and of them welcomed hit vifit yhh marturf Our Officers have rnntajrked with very allowable fentimciJt Of natlonnl tbs trait of the Firft Conful has found its way very in tbe Health aud refnecl at To and FREEHOLDERS of tbe COUNTY of gcwral report of a fpeedy dillblution of and the flattering fupport which my Pamily on former occafions have met me To olFcf myfclf to your as a Candidate for the honur of nprcfeiuing your County OR the firft va be fo fortunate as to meet with your it be nry ftuUy faithfully to dif hargc tUc truft ttpofed i u hunor to Yoor moft ooedient and faltUfu hutnUle LA Dublin th Admiral Sir commaoding the Jamaica to Admiral Dated received the letter that your Excellency has honoured me communicating to me tjte arrival of the French forcca your at and 1 am flattered by the confidence your Excelkitef repofcs in by informing me of their and defliua This information is perftclly conformableto wnat I have received from his Majeftys who have at the fame time fent me orders from the my to treat the French nation with every poflible mark of But to what relate thr furniffcing provifion8v which your Excellency fectnn apprelicnfive of being oblig to rcqaeftr I fee with much regret that our prefcwt iauation from the unexpected arrival of very able both to our Navy and makes it impouilile for me hold out the lead hopes of aflitl Our fupplics arc fo that I have been obliged to detach frigates in different to favc uslroiivau aclual Iwrcity aikd 1 have been veil as your to fcntlto the Continent of Ame to obtain a fupply from until we lhall be relieved from It is with pain 1 learnt the luiftile reception your Excellency lias met which is in diiwd of the duties which colonies owe to their mother 1 perfcclly agree with you thcconfequences to be apprehended from fuch a I think it all tht of Europe but the dcrable forces under your revolt cannot be of long and the devaftations com mitted by the in burning the cau only pro duce 91 temporary evil to tlje Rullrah Court will atfa prefently receive the Tirne and will tranfinuted to Pe As as ihe Ratifications fhall hate been ex chapgrd at the Jerranvs Frigate will fail to the Iftand of to the Englifh of the Britiih G vernment the refto ration of that Ifland to the Swedifti Tims is good understanding be ween completely re Cwftantinaplfi Maarcti 27 Aehai idgi the new Plenipotentiary Pone to isto this place for Paris the day after to The Englrfh Lord whofehealth is pretiy well re fets fail loday in a vefTel for rhe Ir is reported tjbat he will return His hotel here is completely and Strai tn remains liere as Britifh Charge The whole Eiglilh troops now Sepoys in do not exceed 4000 Afril The Archduke Charles has had a fevere return of his TrafiqmlUty is again reftored to The Senate is and the forts occupied by EnglifJh Paffwaro Ogluu rhe 5Ji of this mouth beat the Hofpodar of Wal and roured liis dpril It now known witlr cer tainty thAt the French Governrnent has ordered the preparations for ereifiiag Fortreffes on the Lower Rhine to be Several perfpns ho had been put under arreft for having fold prphibaffd waresK have been fet at fince the Ratification of the of the fifj arrived af Liverpool frrm MfienphV left various fr Domingo but both fides has have occupied the ports after bu rnirrg Cape Fratttoit Jias there to w a tedi nd fejs have been the felves fuffered The from arrived early in for a cortvlpondence with tualtheir troops butjtot bi abIe to they left it ma few It isV confidently that they have fent n to u requefi jhe a ffi fiance of His Majefty has fent a large antique flone of Egyptian for the of the Anti quarian Society it was a prefent to tMe King by Lord w ho found itwithin the on the furrender of Alexandria it issn Apetlicofit in honour of fotne Egyptian em blematical and in Ian gu onein which His Majefty intends that it fhatt fee dcpoftted in the Britifh after a caft of it hat been taken by the Antiquarian MAT Tu the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNiY uf A3 the period is probably not very Jiflant when a Uiflbhuion of Parliament will reftorc to you moll invaluable Rijjht of choofmg ynur I tnlje flic libirty of lulmiitting my parliamentary cunJuel to your impartial with an humble that how t roav be deficient in abilities to fcrvc 1 fliall not be found to have bccu wanting cither in zeal or fide lity to yonr ifctl an honcJl in and I truft I may opreit it without thv imputation of that at a of very general political and upon one of the moft trying critical occafions perhaps ever I and cohfcientiowfly ndhered to thofe principles which I publicly dcchrcd to you in the Court when you did me the honor to elect me into the pnefejit I am very fentible that I was more indebted to your kind partiality than to any merit that I pafleftt for the honourable iitmtion into which you then placed me if conliftency of conduct be the nofl certain left of as well as the furcfl foundation for public 1 flatter myfelf I may without prc lumption rcqucft a continuance of your fupport at the General 1 have tbe honor to With every femiruent of gatitude Your very faithful and obligu4 and bumble I have the honour of with high llencys very ftrva Your Excellencys very O RearAdmiral of the We yefterday received Paris Papers of the a8th and morning thofe of the 29th and Thefe are extremely barren of The formercontain a letter from Admiral Villaret dated on board the in the Road of Cape in which he highly of the ctniducl of Admiral and the officers of his ftet to Captain Villemar whom the French Admiral had fent to the Eiglifh to acquaint him with the amount and dedtnation of the force he bad brought to the The Moniieurcontains a letter from Pe and from what is called in that thejfej difant Government of in after ftating tht regulations they had adopted f r the ProvisionalGovernment of that they re quell that Chief Conful will eftablilh a perma nent by fending our a delegate for that There is alfo an addrefs from the forming the Government of to the Firft in which they Mate the which induced ihtm to afTume Extracl of R Letter from Admiral tninGenial of its to the MINISTER f the MARINE and dated In a difpatcb of the which you mud have received by the way of Domingo and of 1 announced to you the failing from Pcurit a Pctre of the frigate and its arrival at It it to be attributed to the zeal and fidelity of Citizen and the officers employed under that they efcaped from the tyranny of the He had been difpatched by the ufurped authority of that I to convey to France three citizens under the title of for the as they called of tin relighn tf tbs Firft The Letter then goes on to that the ries only undertook that charge to efeape more furcly the tyranny of the and that Captain Henry had con firmed the of the amelioration of public opinion in that and the difunion which appeared to cxift among the Chiefs of the Having determined to take pofleffion of the Ifle of Marie General at heal of a fnuiH entorcd the Hlandjunidft the unireiial accla mation of the who cxpreffcd the greateik fa The AfGgnees of Kirkpatrick Tliis 6f ccmfiderabfc HnportariCe to the and inyolved propertyto the amount of The being indebted toMrXhar nock in that delivered him an affigtuhehtof a called he William and as a The at the the affignmeht Wai at by the directions of Lord Hawkefburya notice of thealTignrnent was required to have been given to the Commiffioners of the and certain other f rms gone in order to confirm and render it valid and within ten days of the veflePs the owner fhould have indorfed the aflignment on the Re On the November laft Kirk pat rick became a bankrupt and thoiigh the defendant had long befoie had the bill of fale in his pofTeC thenecefTary forms were not completed agree obly to the Acl of Parliament till the jth Decem It was for the that the pofleflion of the bill of fale was and that the time when the forms preftjibed by the At5l were completed was not The Judge thought rhe property did not veft till the forms weie gone through and they were not finifhed till alter the he was of opinion the affignment was and that the were entitled to verdicl was given for the BREACH OF PROMISE OF SMITH This was an ion brought to recover fetioo in damages for a breach of promise of mar wherein the defendant havirigfuflered judg ment to go by it devolved on a Jury to poKefs the quantum of thole It appeared that the plaintiff tnd defendant were botli ftiicken in each of them faft apprpaclf KT tisfadion at being delivered from the tkc trncit t he reinsof the efforts hie hi key ing The being long ured 1 J J r of a communicated her refoln tionof changing her and her confidant foott provided a 6andidate for her whofe recom mendation had all the wifhedfor that either party could and her approbation was he Tbe banns were put up and all thingtwere in traiji for the The Lady having relied upon the tafie of her con fidant in ihe choice of a rmfljand fuited to her conful red her own choice for his wedding and actually went to by her took hit and made up the to this hufband as his wayward led uiflend of carrying the cloaths the he hafiend with them to the and prtfenrrd vvirh thrm his bill for no fooner had the tailorentered the tlifljl Cupid flew out of the The lady and declared fhs would not have have his w any thing belonging to She accordingly kept her negative ana broke her promifed Verdicl for the damages the amgunt of ihe miiors billy cofta made te preferve the internaltranquillity of the and its fidelity to the Mother Coun try then proceed that he will fend out them as one of thofe heroes who have been formed under his aufpices add to fill this they propofe either Generals or or Citizen Lefcal but particularly the It concludes with proiefUons of attachment to trie Mother and with the expreffion of that their con duct will meet with We have not given thele letters more at as the from ihecircumftances of the which is the1 I5h of communicates them rather in a dubious There is alfo an ac count of the French having taken pofleflion of the fmall ifland of A Hamburgh Mail arrived yeflerdayi which that the Hofpodar of Wallachia has been defeated by Pafwan Governor whp is charged with the fale and allotment qf the Carib lands in failed on Thuifday in tbe Prince   

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