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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 22, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                Ituappeark from the la ft French that the decree promoting to eleft Bonaparte Chief Conful for bad been readily by the and means were taking in the fenfc of the people upon which there can be little will be equally able totnc ambitious wlfhes of the Chief As Wiypemarked on but re rnalfiiwTEe which fettle a new Dy Thereeflab iiihmentjpf the Catholic the rrianrierin which it has feenis tflcafionferi a gfeat degree of ftrongly ayerft to the which power of the Pope Thefe difeonieius begin already tWetri It tiefen dated in fonie private was made a fewdays ago on the Chief while he aieniecUHe ana feveral of the have iajcpreftedtthomfelfes1 too freelytftthrefftecl to the linbition br te from The For fetu rity of his to create riewCorpji to be balled the Sacred jicked and diRiiTguifbed All thi priVate accounts from tfie French capital certainty concur in that a ftorm is firfcicfr muft perhaps very fpeedily funds have again to ianfeiter arrangements reJkliWfo difficuUves in Concordat 0f Portal were burned in feveral ofthe diocefes where xh CoRfUtuiional Bifhops have1 been Thei Legiilauve Body received online nth a of a law from the for raif undred and twenty thoufand confcriptji are deflinerf to replacethe dif and to complete the peace and imy thoufand are to form a adequate to complete the ftiduld the refuinptioft of hoflilities become The fart that upwards of one hundred thou fand men belonging to the force aflually on having Deceived permiflion to return home in con of the Government is wiling fixty thoufand recruits to replace will only ferve to provide for the ordinary Vhe frontier the tranquillity of and the fupplies which may be deemecf neceffary for particularly The Portalis is named Secretary of tht legation at but the perfon de lo fin that iiujortaut embafiy has not yet beeu rue cfintraft between Bonapartes anfwer to from the and im reply to theCbnfervtnve w a curious In hjbhe hf is all defmngno other rccotppentf vthaa ibe approbation of the the otheY tte Is the pleated and willing acceptor of an extension of the dtirjitfon of bis power from the limited tprm of ten years tothe period of his natural U were doue quickly I An appeal upon the important Whe ther Napoleon Bonaparte fhall be Conful for ia to be fubmitted to the people but their decifi on is required with the Utiwoft is left for In three wqeks an anfwer is io be returned by the People of up on one of the molt important queftions that can come before a A different po licy irifloinced though he as unbounded a ppwer as Hill preferred in the ftate the femblance and Shadow of freedom he furlered the forms of the Republic to though the fubftance was gone i and lento fopdly men cling 10 aniient he at the expiration of every ten to receive his power again from bands Of the In this he afted with confummnie He prevented the men who adhere to the old Republican from breaking out into ada of dcf by alive ia their bofoms the hope that a frcln election might be at tended with effects congenial to their has cut off thu hope for of his companions in arris are known to be ftern and will of courfe view cneafure conHderable I f formed an opinion of the fentiments ol France from the French wjs ftuwjtl believe that all was tranfport and enthuHafm at this pro poiition from the Confervaiive and the fercwland third But rhe Paris Jour nalififtdttH fpenk no more thim fet for and1 mrferably ftiould we bt if we founded our opinion upcm the ft ate of the pub1 lie mind France from the public prtfs of PrivtieacCounts that the meafure is viewed with and Berna fuppofed to be inimical to this cvtenikm of power on the part of the Firft it it been ordered to refide 100 leagues from An intelligent morning paper that the life of Bonaparte was attempted on the do not vouch for the truth of the afler But W can believe that thefe met iuret have createdjnauch Why has France endured the agonizing throes and throbs of a ten years Revolution The increafe oi her mi litary fame and was the but not the of the Revolu Nor had the Revolution for its objeft the mere removal of the reigning great object was the deftruftion of that defpotic which preflfed with fuch weight upon the and the eltablifhment of a Go veroment founded upon popular Where are we to for them The gift fate is originally appointed for ten yean man of gigantic genius and talents eieclto to France by and pdpularr He the anJ gets fof Hfo people aljud Imferii retntjlfutn ui ab ttna TJfirtffiriiitToh from cfeaTmg an to malting it hy We fhall not at be furprifed at a fit ton for prefervipg the Chief Confulmip the the family of Of the Second and Third re Save forborne to fpeak JttfotI Cofare Confutibut may be applied to them with as much as it was to Caefars col Upon the whole we confider thilmev fure as impolitic on the part of and dangerous to the real intetefts of of the t An Order of it is has afltially been for prohibiting the importation of any articUs of French grpwth w except fuch as have already been and hipped for this This is in of the prohibition bythre French Government of Englifb and we havelittle doubt will lead to foine CoiiMnercial may be beneficial to this Reports were in circulation during the fort ret peeing advices of an unpleafant nsturei fa have been received frqm The ar ifvaLof CotiAance frigate at Has explained Ibnve of the in town on Wedf nefdsy and on Friday a Privy Council was to bear his relation of the iranfaftion in It that under the fuppofuion pf that officers having been concerned in the practice of fmuggling prohibited the Court pf Lifbon Had haftrly ordered him and the crews of two barges under An in veftigaiion into the alledged charges was inftantly demanded by our and the the injufliceof the and Mudge and the crews Were The Gonftance was then ordered that the circum ftancvs might be iully explained to our and a proper apology be It was yelterday that fome French in our have been denied permiffion to difcharge their cargoesof French wines and brandies This prohibition ia made in retaliati on on the French for refufing to Englifh hips lately at Bourdeaux ro Several reprefentations have pa fled between Otto and our Government on this Yeitcrday arrived two Hamburgh Their contents are moftty copied from the French and Englifh The Ntw Ywk Daily after obferving the which America would fuftain by YESTERDAYS MAlL MAT it We the Par is peri of Friday An fittrngof the Legiflwnvefeody was convened on Wednefday and a decree wlu ajppoiritmg a deputation of ond Mem ber from each to exprefs to the Con the fattsraiftton or the Legiflarive and ordering a ragiftejr to bt opened receive the indi vidual with of upon the one of the of jthe Legiflitive whettit received the Tribu nates wifh the Legiflative though it fejitimems with the re gret hat the coriftitution of expreffing f r affuming thetnuianVflSpori a conveys an of the pf the Legiflative Body for having taken rhe fuclji t depart tjie lines ADDRJBS3 Oi THE CITY OF Right the Loi Common the proceeded from Guildhall to arW prefented the following Add reftof J lation on the bleflingi of wtjich wan by Recorder TO THE MOST EXCELLENT 1 Tjbe of the and COMMONS or the ClTr of LoNodiL ilk Council f f fengai the Lord ConutJow Of the in Common j leave to proaeJx wifeh we ought to addreft afld eriyws a andof i We knaw not the flnd thejadies left kind after the toils df wtir and bu tte than thfc foldiers of but fuicidefor love has lately ratrier frequent among the ttoof After Bonaparte had regiments at Malmaifon onWrdjiefday he ptiWiftied general orders fpr the ffnd tak ing notice of the death of a grenadier vVhp had put an end to himfelf for riemlrids the troops ought to know how to fubdfiietheic pafflom j that they ought the mind rhiicbT foVtitude the a anil that to give themfesbw I0 and commit thepiirpofe of getting rid of is to abandon the field of battle oefore the day The regifttr of the department of the upon rhe queftion whether Bonaparte hall be Con ful for was opened on Thurf4ay laii the re gifterfor Paris opened on The French Funds are lower j 56 8 AccQunts from Leyden thanthe Firft Conful is fcxpeQed fhonly at Bruflxls to meet the of the The ISn peror of Ruflia and the King of Pruffia are to have an interview at Memel the middle of Kings fays a it not folely to pay compliments to each Some uneafineft has been within thefe two in confluence of a rumour rhat anorder oi Council had beert ilFued to prohibit the impor tationof all French in retaliation for the prohibitioris enfofced by the French HlW K l tivw if1 w j the intended change of Mafteri rn in aSaiIft nlrtinr rnnrt In 1 WTff tltlt that QnV order ftfCl continues thus Louifiana If rUftj term iflancji as ir is of New and t be final diftrift of country adjoining the chuf of the Or does it the antient pretensions of to an anciertotd boundary weft wardof this mighty and ning north to the Pole Whoever has conyerfiljt cm this fubjeft wfth a or private knows full Well his national pre judices the with which he views Ca nada in the pofTeffion ol the and the countries weft of the owned by the United lie exultingly demands who explored tbefe wilds and confers their prefent occupation as the refult of imftriotn ntctfftty an ufurpation to be recovered whenever cirtum ftances Confine yourCelves tothe eaft ward of your great cordon of na and which the French nation endeavoured to eitabLjfh and maintain at tite epoch which firft called forth the talents and enterprife of our iw mortal Should the French gain pof feffron of LWifiahav we believe moft that part of the embarkation at Brefl for the MiffilUppiyhow long will it be immenfely rich mines of Fee will attraft their and allure the refUefs fettlers on the Weftern waters to unite in a common caufei fO etlabliih a new empire under the aufpiceJ of and reduce the Spanifli dominions of Mexico and Peru What controul can the At lantic ftates have over the weftern territories France will difgorgc her di banded myriads on Sefe fertile in preference to the fultry wilds of and fei our Government at de Under thefe we cannot but confider the expulfion of the French from Egypt the greateft muforiwnfli jis i We do not learn that any order of Council pro dtoiU the importation of French aj in moft of the papers of has been On the we advices received from of Order having Oeen given forU the Bruiih veflVls in the Garonne to be permitted to land their car eoeiQfcoalSf and a fimilar order was expeifled in other ports of the Republic ft ja faid thar a regiment at Paris refufed to have their colours that they Itad Conquered without the Popes and Could very well difptnfe with the Very ferious apprehcnfiont are entertained at Paris the operations of General Leclercs at Domingo j though the official the is wholly as well as the Defenfeursde la in regard to any very recent intelligence from thole molt itt politics confiderns precurfors to fome affirming the paragraphs admitted in United that tlie aueouon of the French and have left Louftana in the tranquil pofieffion of un til the period fhould have arrived when it would naturally have become a component part the United It appears by letters from that in con fequence of a decree iffued by the three El eft oral Colleges of the Italian Republic have been fummontd to meet upon important bu Lou HI the ift the Imendant of New Orleans iffued the following order Notice is hereby that from the day of the publication of the in this or if the King fhould order the com merce which at prefem exifts with Neutral Pow and was granted the nth of June fhall entirely American veffels ihatl ftill be and rmy depofit and carry away their property as they have done accord ing the treaty of October the Many people think that the diffblution of Parliament will not take place till df the daily though merely flated ds reports from Captains of American It is certain that men are about to be em barked at Fliifhingf and as a rcin and that they are to be conveyed by the fquadron which has returned from Dn rningo ir is given out their deflination is for After the due at Paris between the General Rflgnicr and which was fatal to the lat a menaced encounter between Menou and Reg nier was thus prevented Regnier appeared on the the vejy day pf the when he was in by that his prefence elf not acceptable TO the Firfl On return to his own he found a peremp direCTmg him to rspair to He mod probably on hit way preiem inclement and unfeafonnble wea ther is perhaps unparalleled for many On Friday and Saturday morning the ice fix or feteri snilm from town was half an inch thick the co continued with little or no intermiflion rill Sunday when a warm gleam of funfhine broke out this lucceedcd by and that again by a fhower of or more properly of Yeflerday morning was frofty even beyond thofe of Friday and and thecold con tinues unufually The effect of fuch wea ther upon valetudinarians is eafier imagined than and will not improbably furnilh in thofe not previoufly indifpofed ample work for the ions of The only inflance of fuch late and even thofe lafled only for a few were in the year when a fhower of fnow fell in fome parts of the North of paiticularly Boroughbridge in and in the year when a hoar froft took place on the I7ih of Thflfe phenomena lafted not long enough to do material but our late colds muft have done incredible damage to the due even th leavwof hardj trew dropping off Un great been c ofjhe the Iructurei diuirt of 01 in tnc VTC11IVC9 jrOticJlv r of it A Tlolate that a faithJFitt a iniiniui IMvfMHB reverence fbr the Conaitjition that f rained in fqarable their loyaltkSI their unfwerving fyftrw ofirftfr has under W iherto and wULbc of igjti yet to n f4Vt Your at hn moment mod ardently tieir fervent for the ohg continuance of Majeftys auspicious for winch Royal tiofotn eaV recejve from and uiutcd by order of Court M t V His Majefty received t hem very and returned the foilowinganfwiet I tliankyovi for this very loyal and aflFctaknat6 and for your cangratuUtious the refttrrjAion ttf i the Public Your cordial and fttady to our invaluable and the fn exprefs of the unrivalled which have played my bf every grateful lo and canrtot fail to c J London tay conflant favour and for eftablifhing a Region now under the deliberations of of Sflte in is to ccmfiftqfiboUr 6aoo This Legion is to be divided into is which is tw have its peculiar Each Cohort fliall conftft of feven great ad 30 Subaltern and 350 The pay to be as follows each franci per and during To each iboo To each iQoe Taeach for Every his beiijg aafiutfeJ into the lie hisConfciencc iud Bw that be means to 4cvole his exiftence til the of the Re to the prefervatien of its Territory in its to the defence of its Government its and the which it has rendered facrcd to by all means which the autho every undertaking which may tend tion of the feudal titles and itnrnunities to them in to exerf his be ft and moft Ireoucius ef forts for the maintenance of Liberty and Equality1 The Firft Conful the Chief of the Legion and Prciidcnt of the Great Council of conditions required for beingadmitted to hare received arnis of from the by 01 der of the Firfl Conful to have rendered efTcntial fervice in the of either in the field or in the cabi In time of a candidate muft prove that he has ferved Each year in time of war tells for two each campaign of the war for four a Letter from dated May a Cidevaiu and brother to General Coliti the Sepfcmbrifer s AdjuianiGenerrtl Maffenas Aiddc and upwards of fiuyperfons have been taken and fm God knows General Beruadoue has offeted the of to get rid of but he wont itSr without ten thoufond which he will not In confequencc of a very numerous levy which is to be made throughout the Republic of the politicians are all at work fome fay General men to embark in the Mediterranean forty whofe Emperor is to be called the penr of the EafVj afer having rejucad 9 I thelatter wtlljbebng then u right of ir as it pleaes Thr Firft it is js to be Emperor the and tltc RufTiaft Emperor to be Emperor of the Although you may noi attach much dit to thefe magnificent yet tharT fomcthing is brewing for Egypt and Syria I make no as the Egyptians who are nuw here with fome of the Members of By the public papers you will fee that fome change is to take place in the which 1 wrote you three months On Friday as an Officer who had ferv ed in Egypt was iravclling in thMancherter Te legraph Coach to hewas taktn very ill juft before the coach arrived at the town of Wo in BedforduSirc he got out at the George in hat Mm died in a few He had no pocketbo or papers to lead to a difcovery who he and the only menus ot tracing his connedlkm was a letter which he had in his direfted to a Gentleman in London had only a few hillings in his   

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