Dublin Journal, May 13, 1802

Dublin Journal

May 13, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 13, 1802, Dublin, Dublin CITY OF CORK GRAND April tlic HIGH SHERIFFS and GRAND v v JURY of the COUNTY of the CITY of CORK affembfcd at feel called upon to warmeft approbation of CiNERAL MYERSS Conduct during the Jong and e rcntful period of hiscoinmandfnthis City anAfU Vicinity and we arehnppy at an eppBttmiityof vrhilft the extcnfivc powers with which he invefled were exerted with firnincfTand Loyal and Indnftriout met uni form protectlfin and JHNNICHOLAS J for SELF and FtLLOwwJoWM To ilit ffit3HtSafsitrs attd GRIND JDKT Oj my irtpficoriiial Thanks for the you conferred It it a great remembered by me the greateft a rtftdence inecited your the important care I liavttonducttd myfelf with firm the Loyal iud Induflritius havrgreaf iu bearing ainplc and coopcratron i andGcfltlenienpf whom K eflWlual nkH together and MYERS v tbnduftduring fo long a Hi Jo1 his M afrprRbsiteVH in tbfdifcHarcfc thejmpi rr uThanktlte ttturiwd to for his be returned to Coanccfg of RELROORi lady NORWOOOr The Hop Mrs I I io That 7 nnnks be returned olhe t fttr Hie life of the feu including E i he Cha rir y Si hools of PETERS JPAWSli prefeni their grateful ThanJw the for kijrt Cifcourjfe on SvxnJiy Jafkj at at whicb with Benefactions preinDiirty w IJjtjr alJo firg tin wturotUeir h to the GOVERJlfiSSjES of iheir Cliapef to ihc Jr to the tor their liberal the oc LOCK i Sf the AN NOAL CHAHIXY for the Support of will be w J in by the Reverend f Jtlis Kxcellfncy the Lord lieutenant has been to fignify intention of beifti PETERS CrtARlTY confequence of the Chaiity Sermon for the Lock Penitentiary at Annes being changed from the Jt tothtfifith the ot thefc Schools havebeeti obliged to alter the arraagement of their CHA RlTVSEhMCySS one at the will there fore be preached and that of Kevins on the ioth both by The Avtlic of this Inftitution are at prcfent in a verv deprcifcd and totally inadequate to the maintenance of the prefeni number of FIFTY the Go mbft csrneftly folicit the protection rfud benevo cncrof thtfPariniioriers and the N UN and received a variety of the bert ENGLjSH Wflt direct from the Manufactories of the fit ft froA the nature of tlicir dealings with the they are enabled fo fell lower ifuaJjyrHarsredfor Papers of little higher as the purcUafer will find on inlpeetion ol their than they would coft by They mean hereafter to keep a 01 the 7 v R Bcft and Lapping Papers of Irilh Manufacturers HOUSE FRIDAYyv for AND TUB fcATIE to his a vote of approbation of the difmirtal ofthe From tuofc pecftMis who lately of his srtofclcct a perlbnfornfiii inoft prominent thcJate Admitiiftrattoh in wnbfe during late a pfared a afniuch not one of forwhich hi r declared the wafr to have bcencntdred into ftad The nrrtrzt f0r entering into the in the bcgtnh ngofj the i793 was the profection of the de e AuftHun Low a of The Right T10 luriteer beenjniade oy tht tMtch j the cpjjtraryfriiey catcd Aiiliria right to call on by itt conduct will reeard ti the bar So far tlicp ofthe We alfo wfijefi Honi Gcotleman for the guagcof as to all flici had ac quired and ait to whatfhe had loft this language Vsals acted df frartcc was elfo exttfldedj and heir jower aygrandizcd any thing that coord hive been Wlwirc he wat ttiieljidiWinify or by corjtiuviug the war whs he had n to ffaofe Jiririciplet that aiT Htloh of tlie freucb but tbofc wbkh Jt fljudc Borkc and confidtfrcd as having for th tkc dertruAion of all te Condi luted AuUioritttii and which they wodd neceOaryto fu a efrful bf rance peoplcjcf tliia were the principles 4hich if Ubttd dttCnipt might not be held OIM was lisftd to be m ijiattliipr havfebefote eyes aneiamplepf did tiot accompli this pbjcA it did Jaot Jprevent for thc of France have not becti rceRabtiflicd infurreaioS baa been Cuc that Jacobin principles gland to that tertaijctfucli principles j ntifutli thing pricedjn the triafttliat took for But aitbpdgh Iwd failed ra all its le tnight ability hd Ixscp flwwn in the of denied tbat afiertiou there Jhe Right HouGentleman the conduct df iwaxinis laid by MachiavdJthe firft riefrer trod to the relations given byEmigrantlriioto tUe lateof becaufe they fpoke from prcjadictfiand al wavs themfejlvcs but the Righ paid no attention to OiJfcrr hinh th e winpjc of bav i n g been clecciyed American The next manim never to rely on the invauon of country being on ac count of the cxiftence among the people of that country and the third not ro 6rc ceft of an invafionfrom the of the finances of tbat The Houfe had been year that France war ruined in her and that fhe could fio on no of the firft rtieafures adopted at the beginning of the war by the cut off aH her fuppKcs of corn and other pro No carried the practice of fub fidizing foreign to fuch an as Pitt r fo far from aufwering the it createddt ORPHAN A SERMON in Support of tliis at which their Fitcclltiirics the LOUD LIKOTENANT Mud Coy dveyvof HARD wicKr have been gracioufly pleafcd figaily Of being will be preached in on the MAY By the MM T C D ONE HUNDRED SIX Mpthcrlefs Orphans are wd when apprenticed into refptct able familiesThe wiflj to re commcod ie to the attention of the they have sicconimodadon for One Hundred und Sixty from ibeinadequacy of their Funds they have luru obliged to rtftrifV the mimbcr to pue Hujiclrcd Sis they folicic the attendance of the Qjsultiit auil uiaile oii this The of thofe attend it wjl be thankfully Deceived at th Bank of the Right David Latouchffj aijj Co j iind Richard JOHNs Fotfnded in KStlNDAY the soth the ANNUAL will be JOUNI By Iretciidary of Jor fht vSupport rf 17 ami io who are aud iiidruiited in the ebove MARYS CHARITY SERMOX for the Support of this Infti be rc d in MAUVS on of June by the Rev STEPHEN tteOlur of in the Dioccfe havff all and tsat yon would be ter A were you to hVar the Right he not of an aVaricioun but he was a mau 6f moft inordinate He had adopted means of corruption that were never heard of PeerB or thepufpofe pbtaining nominations to feats in that 4 dottbt you go info an and I wUl jirove the had created alxjve VfO and given iway j8o Corruption was he acted it by that he hadfqftyortfd liimfelf fo long in was attended by two circutnrtanceti to whicha confiderabledegree of crirtii he reafoufbr his of and he a portion of j Civil criminals ly th4 circumftance of beijigi by lending onthf part a be more at to bim of the inakingthebi dependent giving hiftl power over That E to will be ctvcn p any Jertbn who f r Advcrtifcr a pei Employ The w bred to and can MVC rcquifitc Se fverecy ny be depended A Civfl el hc inntcr wili bt dulv auumcd O jv i VtlW Cl thofc without gaining their As to the attempt that bad been made on it could njevcr be known the was to fecure thatcolony fur the French or whether it was to be conquered for th is If the people there had been aflured that wc had the former object in they would have put the place into our The attempt to con quer i was It neithcfr given up nor and the expedition ccft this country millions of and Theexpedition Vendee was highly difgraceful and it could neyer haVe produc d any The fame charter might1 be given to the expedition to Holland jn Another part of Pitts conduct was the anfwcr lent to Bonaparte he had overtures Peace to this His conduct OH this occafiou was marked with peculiar circum fiances of He knew that the country was then fuffer ing under the prcflurc of aud labouring under dif trelles from which nothing but Peace could relieve Yet he fhtvvcd a di termination to go on with the war hedid and difguRcd the other nations of Shortly after to excite Auaria into the though it was kuown that country was and that its people were idvcrfe to the The campaign com menced in Aultria was fubducd nnd France dif played a degree of moderation which proved was not wholly actuated by a fpirit of for flic foreUore ol which flic might have i Another objett xvas the quarrel with the Northern I hud been eccafiwned by the iinprudenLobfti JiAcy of the Miniftcr in refufiitg to give up Malta to the iimperor of who became the head of the Confc i deracy then In no part ot the conduct of the late MinUVer there any like political wifdcin hefailtd in all his at length became nc cefiary and what madt it ucccHary Notjiing but the I wat the war tvhich made ne j celUry he was correct in the The terms of I tlic Peace were not fuch as could been wifhcd for but they were junificdon the ground thit the country was reduced to a fbtc iu which there was no profpcct of fuc cds by CMIIIinning life It might be that Put had fliewngreat abilities in his plans of finance he denied the His principal tbc In come could be confidercd as nothing better than a i fyftem of revenue which debafcd the peo j and up fuch opprcffivc and inquifitorial 1 power in the country as could no longir betolerated plan Was the falcof the a mcafure of great opjireflion on the Unded intareft but in which the MinifKrs object was to give a preponderance of to the inonud interea and by railing the price of the to keep the capitalifts in go ttutf enable himfelf to raife better Tluc effect of thofe plans WAS the opprcffion aud milery of die poor Curing the laft two were perlfliing by tliou lands in the poorhoufct Muraurt btartt of tbt fdid that the conduct of that Right has produced udi a mifcry among tkc fhat the deaths iu the poorhoufet within tbc hi Us of was bdt removedTrbift but that he refignfd hltf fituatlbni iberefore Houfc to lUftjnadej they would nc in a the country inrfebtetf for tflBtftfe fcrence conntrj prcfedt a ynite fituattdtfof the rttftfie1 Kin6liii ofaddrefTmg he that The NoWe lioiraj v inoft brilliant Mt fins djire lafe k if mnrtt in iu oiganJalftg the fprit and cfficaciovjui rheafnreif6fdeface Uivipn with which was by tfie greateft the good wliich began be felt The finan cialfyflem of Gentleman butone1 which produced the utmoft benefits particularly the Sink ing fiiuft flHe great merit fcf weapon Tftt Cimncils ferveiSlh like paffing clouds ottbructinfTor ment of his only ferved to heigbtertrhe hfs Hii concluded moving the Allowing amendment1 That if it the opinion of that by syid firmnefs of the Right William duripgthe late arduous fnppprtedby Unpirallckd exertioni cf ourfleets and togeuicr with tfic vir and fortitude orthc ho nour ofjthe country her ftrenjtU her ciedit ajid cottuTOerce msmi taincd and aud her Connitutloii me moft arduous complication of dangers that the late Minifter bad and Ae now lay fecure in pott For vrould fupport the amendment of hit Among chief of tie hue of wai the almoft dented exertion by which of tB5 country in the tinte of diffii nefs and aftivity in quent coulS fatl and by WSfoea Io all who protection htK enercv anoLffxertion it L v the impending anUin fopjft a ttibhny mfa muft fan of h was for the which t bit taxation to meet tb adding to the publfc j fnth A proccedin u wafj nit able defence of the I flic wed advariiaf Sir R oj1 u jvuutiatpt IflCTC to befluJtftl he certainly was defending of I pfared turcls the debt r in a great to jteaVe a man ablate coiicTfided jvttbt obferVfi Jhat henfljouldrwifli to fee fometaing mere voted tolfce for Houfe ought not toIrthim rertrste wai honoVajbl to Jhe charajftersof JHriiamenr or of If fticKefflrct it certainly Jhoutd hawe hpt treafty GREY in ttecourfe of his observations fliould confine himfeif to the by original 3o tiie tondact tif the cvspiry thing jneritpripwi o The HoufoWflsitold that the prcfervtd pgainft th attackt df foreign and domefticle T THORNTON1 firconded Selgfayes mo that after what had he thought it a tiibute of due from the Houlfc to tlte late Sir the efcape this country hjd from the dangers in which furrounding nations been was to he afcvibcd to the exertions of that Gentleman whowas propofed to be The Baronet concluded by moving another That Thanks of this Houfe be given to the Right for his great and eminent fer The SPEAKER obfervcd that an amendment could not be jnoved to an fame time that he oppofcd the amendment propofed by the Noble he could not concur in tfac original motion He himfelf did nyt know why Pitt had rcfigned his office nor could the Houfe whether he did or whether he difinifled it would not then bo confident in the Houfe to thank hit Majrfty for dbii g a thing which they iTicl not knqw whether his Majefry had done or At the iamc time is could not fiiflTer this morionto be made the foun dation of another the nioftunfounded and invi dious that ever was to difguftthe feelings of motion to load with unbounded praife the man who had brought innumerable calamities on bis It was for the King to appoint and for as aMember of that to fee what the Miniilcr had Trie was afloniflicd to hear the Nolilc who fpokc in fuch praife of the late life terms of etold aud bnguid when he alluded to thofc who had refcucd the country from the fituation it was lately placed in The Noble hit figurative reprefemcd as a veflel which his Right Friend had fteered through the and which was now riding in with ftreamers Was it pomble that the Lord could be lerious in giving luch a character of his man who had driven the veflel into a tempeftuous and inftcad of piloting her into took to his deferted the and left to be wrecked and It was an excellent cuflonj in the that whenever a hip uo blame could attach to any of the yet to an evil was it Jo a that a Court was always appointed to enquire into theconduet of thofe who had the management of But a War was over which produced of the objciils for which it had been un created a debt fo enormous that the addition of 40 or 50 millions could hardly furprife any body who hyulcl bear it a war in the courfe of which the Conftitution been invaded but fo far from an it propofid to thank the ptffcn who had conducted Yet all this was pvopofed before any were moved to the Miniftcrs who rescued the country from difficulties with which flic was then fur nnd reftored the kingdom to the blcffings of The Member concluded with moving an Amendment to the Noble Lords alter the word thefc words be a Committee be appointed to enquire into theconduet of Miniftfrs during the laie and the rcafons of their WILBERFORCE wasof that though every individual mealure of the late Miuifter might not be de ferving yet that upon the whole his conduct was intitled to public for hating directed the Government of this particularly during a period of ten years of as difticult ciicumftanccs as ever any Uo vernor or Legiflator managed affairs of The Learned Gentleman on the other fide had introduced the figure of a in allufion to the and he would alt wae tbat fhip Ipft or impaired No j under the w Tlierc were the colleagaes of the late and who were included in the Noble Lords with thtf thiai bad they fa w nothing but danger oar ii thought that no hope remained of cfcapingfrbm to the ftatcmentithat we had that W had 4ot of opinion that it ali to make out that that We owed I gain and that we fliould not have had it at an earlier or by a If conjd be prove that it was rtcccflary to Impend and to flicfl tjje Wood of millions of in order to pVefetvethe What reafon was there to peace qujte as glprioiu as that not been made with France at many Hifr that fucbia peace would hafeltft ui ro a worfc than we now wcte or a thftFrcnch would have been more e this country thea than But jacobinifm was dreaded and not ihat andfoul datiop of the prefeni French Government At the tinie that Bonapartes overturn for peace were it was flated that the effect of his ufurpation fucb alotic to juftify the continuation of the the prece dent was fuppofed fo pregnant with danger but after hf ccmfolidatcd and Jacobinifo were Why thould it have been fuppofed any other perfon that governed France fincc tnc even Robcfpicrrc hirafelf would had wt made peace with contrived to confolidate Jacobin clubs putting down doing all thole other things which are thought oy to charicterie a regular they not bring afterworfliipping the Goddcfs of in grand proctffion to the Church of Notre After what Bonaparte had done in whatever in arms might have poor lation to the illfated country that baa loft its prcfume that this country would not have been as fate in concluding peace with any French Government Thus much he in order to exhibit fomerhing of the fecuiityof which fomegemlemen ftemed fo Whetherthe war might have been ori ginally he would not now With refpect to the thcwarthey were to fupprefo Jacobinifmand to prevent the aggrandizement of Surely it would not be that the late Miniftcr had maiy opportunities of making peace when the territory France was not fo enorinouffy extended at prcfent But thitt Right Gentleman was fo Gngular in hit po that he always rcfufcd to treat when and never propofed it but when the further profccution of hostilities Itemed When hefent Lord Malmcfjiiiry to the French troops hud overrun Germany1 and Bonaparte waa in poflcfilou of Italy the moment it that Jourdan was the character and tone of the negotiation The Lifle commenced under circiuiiflances quite as ai the former it was broken off from fimilar Such Was the policy of the late Peace when in a late of dilcomfiture fo at to fhriuk from the idea pacifieqtioh Tlic refult of this injudicious fyfhm hat been at length to re duce this country to the neceility of concluding a Peace upon worfe laiditfons than ever Great Britain did fincc flic began to hold a rank among the nations of If the llatemenu of the late Miniftcrs own colleagues are to bo relied the commerce of France muft foon ccbplc this and overturn the flattering prof which the Noble Lord would hold What pre then could thai Minifler have to the approbation of the Houfe What had obliged hia fucceffor to conclude a according to the onfefTion of his own had funk the country into fuch a flate of dr giadation and humility The object of the war rtftcm order in and te compel the Government to abdicate When fuch was the what the cojirfe to be purfucd it by fending trtyps to the Weft Jndics to fcize fojne iflancla iiucb was the effect of thtt fyftem upon the minds of thofc engaged in the coali that it immediately excited the idea of difkinct ob and divided Auftria took Valenciennes iu her own and Pruflia immediately fet about tho cou fidcration of her own Ih the firft campaign an army was detached from the upon a march to Ijriulli Could it ;