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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 18, 1802, Dublin, Dublin On itr It NUMBKR I Two Shilling of rpBF CHUi HMANs MEMORIAL being a Biographical Reciter and HiAo Account of thofe tminetrt and other who were deprived ot their prrfcrments and foi their Loyalty their and for their Conformity ro the Church of England during the ORFAT REBELLION With cepious containing View of tnc of Puritanifm from the Reformation the prcfcnt EDITORS of theORTHO BOX London Printed for CoventGarden ThwWork will be printed on a and with a new Type caft for the It will be compnfed in Twelve be pub lifted the whole rnakng Three Urge Vols In th ourfc of the Publication will he given Three Portraits totally executed of the mod diflinguffhcd who lufTtrtd through the iniquity of the A and Lift of Mill be given with tlte laft rrtiE Wlfcmers at different publifhed ac counts of thofe Pcrfons by the were deprived of EccletiafHcai Thefc Noneonfurmius they have ftyled EjKcren and havereprefcntcd in theMctnorrs they li4VC4iven of us fo many confcffors who wereperfecuictl for coufcieiice and at were madevictum in the caufe of truth and vir reHdon and civil But if ought to be that the greater batcdPthefe raifcd to the fituation wjiicb they upon the Eftablifhed of the Clergy were forcibly driven from thcifr and unrightenufly dif of their ami power It was but reafonaWe toirtpect at the irftoration of regal anil with it the of thofe of the fuftefing loyal troubloui flrould be put again and be reftofed to thole pofTcffions which wreited from them by the hand of art the perronscalled EJECTED of whom Calamy wrote a long and full in the fhapc of an it now with additional and which fietray a want of notwith Itanding difcovcr thefpirit of the fcine Itt a clergyman of Exeter puWtflied folio entitled An Attempt recovering aii Account of the Numbers artd Bufferings of the Clergy the of who were in the lute times ofthe Grand avowedly intended to fervc as a counter 7artto Calamys and fevercly attacked fevcral That it contains fame in many mud readily admitted j on the U is a body of tatuable a terrible picture of the vil of fchifm and Bui as there U a want in Ur ViralKePs which alfo is very it baibecn thought advifcable to undertake a v new ttti the That fuch a w be for when and on the it U proper to HKW vhat iuivcbeeflthe confequcucca of thcfc cviii in former To all faithful members of the Church a menjoriftl of this kind wtll bcvery exhibiting Striking and into reft ing reprcientation oi her toweft The rufFeringA U the Epifcopal tfiat awful will afford a cctnftant leffon olMuUoii agaiulk the intrnduclion of dcftruAivc prlnci under rhc name of Reform than everyreafpnable that and and tacriUgt arc f The itotr prbpofed becn underpkep after arrd the Editors Publiflicrs of it ot WHJ flonor updo llir Qf ftrviceto her m particnfarly tliofc who are engaged in the important office ttCTdiilyfor the but the tioii of the earncftly lolicit frofr the tlerjy whatever Information they can afford rtla to tnt names and cafes of tbe kqueftered vbich can eaiily be obtained by confulting local parochial To afcettain impreflion nectiTary to be printed of the Pirft dt it that thofa perfons who intend to encourage tlte will tranfmit tkeir names and pUcts of the at foon as A MNUAL EXHIBITION of Iff Will continue opea front nine oclock in the Morning til feven in the Evening each JOHN May i LAST WEEK BUT SIEGE OF Public arc the 1 HIBITION of the SIEGE of will CLOSE as above V Admittance One Shilling Every 9 till and Sketches and explanatory of the to be had at the place of W A R O F F I C DHBLIN CAS April AS a General Order ujis iflfiied tbeSh of to all the YEOMANRY to limit pcrrod of laying before thnmgh the regular Claims of every ilelcriptJoa whpttfty NOTICE is hereby given that all Demands with the Yeomanry niuft be tracdiniKed to the ontir before the day of ftf ay next en wWch no or O apy kind can be orjndireAly entertained by ARMY COMMISSIONS FOR i ft Regiment 5 anj mcntsof liable to and Apply to v S1EVWR1GHT AND Who beg leave to acquaint the Adjutants and Quarter Vlafters of FcneiMc Corps avd now 5ft that tluy tranfact hufineft ojn Moderate as Agents for Ofticers reduced on Letters Poft paid duly to fee what reprcfentatlbtk tieen and what could have beet the inducement for Great Bri tain to fleatb the fword tinder foch fufpicious circumftan Lordtiiip coQchtdei by ao humble prefentcd to praying that of all official relative fettle alteration which fed lalctn ofthe Cifalpitee Rcpub and furh affinal datruweuts related to tht ing of the Elba by to laidbefore the v lord PELHAM thought foih official docuttwhis had been received by hits Maptfiys He agreed in many points with the lad Noble Speaker and woutd go To far to acknowledge thatthe conduct French in what had been alluded as well as in other was fuch at to make him and his feel that they had an of to watch their conduct with a and to be of ionte concern to the publick Lord OARNLEY that there a ma terial difference the Preliminary the Definitive that when the latter came under he fhoald not foment kkufetf with giving ijlent The quefttou was then pnt Lord Mintos was negatived without a Lord PELHAM tht orderfor tins taking the Definitive Treaty into consideration on Wednefday be and a new made out for that ort that day the Houft be HOUSE OF MAY ia AS PRIVATE Cbrt in the in a Oeritkmang Family the particular Branches he would V I AN ENGLISH of is defirous of engaging i The Committee upon the Irifh Linen Manufacture Bilf was deferred nntil On the motion of the Irifh Navigation Bill was ordered be committed tomorrow the Sugar Drawback Bill to be read a fecond time on Friday and ihcMrifli Officers Qualification Indemnity Bill to be tommfttdd FOSTER moved for to tecoricrle the of the expenditure in now on the table with the of the balance in the hands of the aft preTented jnd the fums granted by Parliament for the fcrvlee of Agreed The Hpufc then having reiolved itfelf into tee of N The ELtOT be made for for one from the Mr RO3SON we mejjn thiv pVtiyiding aforce that1 would riot eiwi jtoinftruA in will be immtdfitely noticed ep that it to reduce any Lady who may make inquiry her references will be the tftftblifllment at OAce that every practicable rcduo Apply to the where AddnJfs tioii bad already he during one month wan not to exceed that will beglveni Lower flic will return to England in a Uiort time un lefS fhould foon it is if aixy Fa mily at a diftance from Dublin Dbould tfecy will be as explicit as on a iirfl enquiry would be tfc taft Httte I enrntocyy at an the plidan As1 a circinnflaiicc that tht barjlhi he 31 per and the jrhat intereft was at mdiri period high as He then of be pwutd to for tlut pm Of Ki after att to be taken i agreed rofetd make Wi relattVB totllte piodndittirof Kdv conceived wcreueccflary to be to and fiotern their judgment W tnat whiefc attach to He earneft that tfctfg natinii flionld W imd its Commercial to their fulkft priaciple ha Jobkett with Kftonifhmem a Treaty of for hi found Butt of that aH we had rcfcuedfrom he ever poflefled oji the peOJnfuJa intereft iff that quarter of the globe muft jtivita day er and all vifianary of aa empirt oft that Continent be bantlhcd from our thoughts and In CIVIL FROM to will be to any will procure for the Advcitjfexa manent and adequate Civil The Advertifer lias been bred and caa give tlie rcqulfite Se flriiSVcd fecrecy may btf depended line to Civil at the willte duly attended IMPERIAL HOUSE OF The Royal Aflent was given by Commifuon to the Duke of Snflex and Duke of Ancutty Lord SUFFOLK wiflicd M knou it the rd was determined to the given notice to approve pf the 4 the s The bUKE of MONTROJJE Denied given any fufcli bur had lh might oc induced o to when ahothcr NobTe ttjpfttH ait It etHtrtTjr depended Hpiui fne was perfectly prepared to n pfaia what his motion would as tltat depontfed r BOOKS T3EACE haying lowered the rates of 4 and other attending the importation of the duty on Paper being in Yart takeft by tfac n tbe COMMERCIAL fiookfcller to his Ex the LOUD deCrotts Cuf fhonlu benefit by the dctenniried to in BOOKS he may import PROM Ai THE ORIGINAL PRICES FREE of any ADVANCE or CHARGE WHATEVER advantnge he will entitle him to a con tinuance of that preference and encouragement he has fo Jung and ib amply and which it vill be the Auily of his life to He is connected whit every iSookitller ol crainqicc in England and whole i are regularly forwarded to him aa foon as ready froui the j being ambitious to render a Credit to the and of real Utility to the by i ruaking it a RBVUSITORV of the LITKHAIUKC of intends to vilu in of the Summer France and for the purpole of choiccft Pub of the and to furmiuch connexions there mutt in future fecure to Cuftymcrs every pof accoinniodution in his on terms the niolk advajp AlLCJlBR CXpCiTks to froni beftft frtftnt wear TWO VO MEW any of difpofr of oitlhf Terms mentioned in this This Day ByJOHN Price only E PNIVERSAL for ronuiuing a Variety of Original Ef invs relative to the Manners and Cuftoms tf Review ut Surgeon Obfcrvations on the Difeafcs of n Where may be EVERY NSW and foon as and a Variety of Moral and Entertaining Books far the ufe of BOOKS and STATIONARY on the chcapcft A GRAND STAGMATCH to be flight twccn the Gentlemen of the County of Monaglian and the Gentlemen of the at the CockPit on Monday tlo 4th of and the five following jo Guineas the and loco Guineas the Main or odd J for and for the To begin pruifclj1 at tach The Houie then proceeded upon the order of the day for their being fummoncd on the motion of Lord who entered into a detail of the fi tuation of Portugal previous tfc tlie and that in which he would lie leftby the Definitive Treaty he contended with much her prcfent humili ated fuwation was entirely owingf to the Miniflcra having prevented her from ratifying Treaty Die had entered into with the French in the year 1797 which was only to be compared with their other Smpolitick in refufing to ratify the Treaty of which had afterwards canted the lofs of fo much blood and treafure to this He believed Mintfters had done the under the circumftances in which they had been left by their they poiubly coold for this and though they had not his entire approbation in all yet he gave them his moft hearty for hav ing been ferious in rcftoring Peace to the Mis LordAilp then that an humble Addrefs be pre fented to his praying him to order copies of all the Correspondence between his and the Court of rclativv to the Treaty which that Court was negotiating with in the year Lord PELHAM objected to their the pica of thofe papers being of a private nature and that i they could not therefore be produced without a breach of faith with bur Lord GRENVILLE agreed with the Noble Secretary of State that ttte which had keeu called for were of a private and which could not be made publick without a violent breach wJth pur The SLIGO that the to fupport Portugal was to roViauii wur own and for with the independence of Great Por tugal muft land or and he believed there wannot a good Portuguefe who did not entertain the fame The queuion was then put and Lord MINTO then rofc to make hIn proniiffd The Continental Powers had fonu little fdr their number hould bt reduced with all poiRbje fptcd but fome of our riitps being in diftant quarters ef the world rendered it impefuble to fix any particular time fbr the final The furas he then moved for rviy for for wear atid tearuf Chips and for Other fca The SE JRFiARY at that frCm the varletji of ierVices in which our troops had been cftgaged and of them had not yet arrived in this lie fooud it to move the Committee fbr the con tinuance of the jirmy provifions for one was happy to infornvthe Go vernmtnt had already determined on a plan for reducing the public which fliould be carried with all podiblc The particulars of tjiis plan he lcfcribcd be as C3rlryo be reduced to aitd file each will be a jo and a flvilTg of expencc for the of thctycar The FootGuards lobe rcditfjed o 95 in each compariyi to tie The Dra s of and 17 regiments of Fen cible Infantry in Great Britain tu be Tlie totaf retluctioh at home be men faving of cxpcKce 4994 men to be reduced the faving of In the VVtrt men the Tlir total regular ajtd fcncibhe corps men the faving of ex pence The Militia ib and South Britain were already and progrtfs i was to thai of Ireland the total reduc tion of the public would foon amount to and the public burthens would be dimmlflied by no lefs than hoped this arrangement would be Satisfactory to the the dcfirc of Go vernment to The number of troops in Great which be propofed to for during the fpacc of one the ajth of was for Great and for He then moved that the following be granted to Majcliy for the maintenance of the Army from Mayijth to June 45th For Great f x Pbntatioiw and Great Fincibles in tlieu Britiflj Irifli Ordnance After a long and defujtpry in which Mn Rebfon took a very targe the Refutations were agreed The Report of theCommittee to be received to TVRVB TT acquainted the that the claims of the Prince of were put into proper and found their way into a Court of Juflice he i that frace the year 795 his Royal hud ttifchargcd off bis all his own a prbportionof which had been fet apart for that Tyrwhitt was of opinion that the balance fromJte the Duchy of Cornwall more tbanli quidate the The feveral Bills were forwarded n their MAY It The Lottery Bill was read a firft time it contained a referred not anyi ittatapOng it when iL T hinoncal account our dominion n India the benefits refusing both in a political and coaMncreiar jKint Of inferred from thence the that muftftl only by riflcing fuch placing them in the hands o our rival nicntioned the fevcral he want atfd j for tfee btemtnt or account dftfte tions made by on the cojfU of from 1748 to theyeafij Dlreciivw of the Eaft fcnt the faoicj lr I Lord fcconded I Mh DUWrjAS entered tlitf Wdfatf ftiflfesfv from I the the period at whieh French and EMI firft tltcmfelTW in the quarrels of thenathcl Io the cowete we he aclear right of by ce the provinceVof radical right which been fuMantfelly whenjn conferitctl toftfttfre the provinced 1 but treaty which gave fomc latitude to the claims of the j both to their Eaft India Company aiid to The treaty of 1387 wa to ceiWa arjd limit the loofe and rague the treaty Of j free to admit that be at firfl fhrurjk panic when he learned that there treaties wcrcdofle awayaltiy gcther but on rccbnfideration nS the fiibjeciy he ww happy to find this flood Oikthe putcd ground of its fpverciinty in and ahreftricted by any treaties we hadeot availed Ourfelves of tho antidote contained in feme of we had get nil of tlie the Ifij France arid Holland came forward their it would be fuflicicntly in timeto dtfcvcTs the queflion at prclent we both right apsl the torefift every elarhi bevpnd the mtre ctrflionof their All the preVidiii and firmans hadfallen to the had now to ft and only oft the flaked tjueftimv oi In point of h would not be to make Bny rcfoe3l untiivt were called uppn to wnid and of cotfttticrte He did not know variety of chiefly calculated to put i he new fyftem of drawing Into aud ta carry into effect the means it for preventing low lit was or dered for a iecoud Tbe Mutiny Bill was brought up by the Secretary at the the prcfent Minifkrs were he mud that they had flood aloof from every He fltould feel a deep regret if the Indian trade was nar It would he iuft as hii as if we were to exportof the mattufic turcs of or qf or to the different parts of The rcftriAloa fliould not beplaced on the French as butwe fhouldbe on our guard agsinft their infidious attacks on our fovcrcignty in This was not a OB which he Moutd profds to guaranteethe of With to the navigation of the Eafterjt the Dutch had certainly fet up fame claims ing the Straights of Sunda and of Malucca bntit not be faid that our navigation of thofe fcas had ever been On as on other parts of the he was of opiuioa thatwe fliould ft and upon our Uit that the and Learned Gentleman could not clofetbe better than by putting iiis firing of motions into GRENVILLE fupported the He that the arguments of the Gentleman who had HA fpokeii were founded ou an obvioas The claims of this the rpvereigntjrof India were hut they were not On the contrary the claims of 1ranee hrtd never been nor had our claim been ever comnlcely Lord HAWKfetlKURY that our Ibvereigntf in India had been Jtfafto recoguiitd On eery claim the appeal was made directly to the Brittlh of India as far as thclc claims were founded on the firmans of the Mogul they were exaaiy on the ground with pur own Both had in bcea or by the He of opi nion that fpme the papers called fbr by the motion could not be given with lafety and considering th abfurdity of difcuffing which had not been I At I a f l I entering into Peace with the Republic of as they j who that it was continue for one month longer than the old Ha reprefented thitf to be worded Ksactiy that of the year It was read a firft and ordered for a fecond reading The Bill to empower his Majcfty to accept the offers of certain Yeomanry and Volunteer was brought and read a firft The fecond reading appointed fur Monday for the fpecial purpofe of affording the Moufe time and opportunity to confider and further confideration of the report pf the Bill con cerning tho Englifli Militia waapoftpoocd to Friday 1HUH The Houfe ina Committee of and CORRY proceeded to ftate the objcift for which he called the attention of tlie It wm to be that the fupplics iflrcidy voted amounted to the fum of generally did it tin the fpur ojf jitter tottie Oneipefted dliaftcr in the field uf battle we had entered into the Treaty under no circuttiftan but by 3 ferious and deliberate pending with an apparent degree of fraud and Iit ft Coniul a journeyto putting aH political conjecture at and nothing Bonapartes clefign until he in annexed Rt public tu an already oyergrtiwh and placed hiinfclf at the head of the Bnt the dupli city of the French during this negotiation did not rrft if their Lordfhias turned their attention rp the they would find that the Iflahd of Elbii was to be reftored tq and under fuch itniuft have been Cgned by the Noble Lord on our far he could know no Now what was the j fopiicr had the Britifli troops evacuated the fortrefs of H to meet which the Ways and Ire than it was by put land were the French agreement with tiip French Miuifter was of courfe ahdcon when he figncd that it was with a dif ferent view and intention than could have been enter tained by the the benefit thin would be to the French in time of was almoft impbfliblc draw an adequate idea i from an advantageous it ought be made a general and he inferior to Thcfc fuch prominent features of the the Firft tuitt lie was Revenue The Loan The Lottery A further would be required to com plete the nccefiary of and for that pur he adopted a medium to anlwer the in and fuc ceedcd beyond his mod fanguinc expectations iu the nv gociation of a JLoan upon not only fuperior in point of actual and fubftantial advantage to but even upon better aud more profitable thaa vcreobiaiacd in his judgment whole hoiitd be JONES that he apprehended every danger from the fitro and compact pacty which fat below him the aft Uxe He ip general for granting when moved for ia his CTJJkrioo this motion was no more than anotlKr drive at the 1lfe fcveral made by which fef jan wjlth account of the of the on the coaft of Coromandel in and ended in calling tar 4 copy of the Treaty between France and Holland in were all and negatived without a journed at ten At a late snafkcd at which was given on the recovery of Prince fomc quadrilles were in which the Performers were habited in Tortte of the charjtSiers that we read of in the Pagan Mytho On this occafion the Queen of Pruffia figured The Kings Theatre at for the moft fpa cioiw and magnificent in IN form is an cnnfifting of fevcn tiers of which have all the con venience of fmall They are in number and each of them can conveniently hold twelve They are ornamented both infide and with looking The ilage is fuflicicntly capacious for a whole re giment to perf its Bonaparte himfclf lately wrote a very obliging to the to inform him of the conclufion of the Pence at After tbe announcement of this city of Rome illumiuated two fuccefive
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