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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 25, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                JITcy In fining of tlic Tribunate the Sahue madt a report upon the mode of recruiting the The lie had acknowledged the uecelfiry of f the purpofe of completing the an J of replacing tVofe ho have been dtf Pony thoufanO of the brave of their country only wait for the Cnfcripfs who to replace rnem in order to return tot heir It U to the compofition of to the mMe of it by that you Let us take care not to lofc Your Committee ate alfo convinced of rhe necef fity of the formation of the Army of and upon the which have been propofed for its In the fitting of ihs Legiflative on the Rcederer prelentrd the plan for the cltablifhment of he Legion of The plan that this legion is to be cirnpofcd of a grand Council pf and of ijCihortSj each Cotyoirj U to have liyres a of property afligned to The grand Coun 6l of is to be of feven graai pfficersi three Confuls and four 01 her one to be appointed by one by tfie Counci Theft members nre tOtetaJri during theif lives the tiiljf of Great The Chief Confut is to be Prefident of the Grand JEnch Cb short is to confifl of fcvenGredt 20 30 Offi and Every Chief Officer is to haV tvfty Commandant 2000 vtor Officer and to o Kvrcf EVery individuatls1 ii1Wea r fcfr hoirtryUhat he devote fiifrifelf the he AM pertons of are ttfembers The Grand Council of Adminiftra appoint StacI of formerly died of an a his the waters of Aix he pny ficians had prefcnbed ro Stael conveyed Iris remains to the laft were paid All thofc vvho knew de knew how he by die of his goodneis of his the and regret of Jiis family and LEGISLATIVE MAY QffMiellor of on the part of the Go entt fMfemedW WH relative io the modification of the Cuftoavhttfo GdvcrnmtBt fliall be enabled prpHfionally to allow or forbid the to prohibit or permit the importation or itypbrtation Ot un4ccJtbe MiiaJUetW i The modifications dull be dlfcuflcd to t he forms ufcq for the regulations Iliey fhall beprefenifed m to fhciegiffative before the end nf if is or on if it tine8 intercftof comincrbc mightvlrom require the iiirtinnifba or the iacreafe of on certain of merchandifc un Vptad prohibition for either for im portatioQ or Our could without beexpofed tithcr to a fjxlden fear city ar on totfce taooi tMt alanu of war may render necerTiry the pro hibition to export certain Of merchan the enemy might employ with May the Sittkitf Body of cvuHranor of State and in thenamcpf the prefentcd the of a law relative to the reftorcd to by the Treaty of and other French n the Colonies reftored to France T6 the treaty of Slavery Hull be apcorduig to the aud regulations anterior to fame Jhal alfo take place in the other French Coteuici Hcyood the Cape of iood Tbe treittncnt of die and their importation intd tb faJd fhall be regulated according to the regulations eliding before the bid epoch 4NotwitTiftJUdiujj all the anterior thcAdmini Aration of Colouiei fltiill be fubjnft dtuing ten to fuel rcgulatjona as be made by the ITicdifcUmon or this project was fixed for i Twelve principal comrner 4t BruffeJs are making every necefTary arrangement for the eftablifhmem of Compting houfcs in American families from the United States have arrived here within a few days with tha intention of On other we learn that one of the firjt cqmmer cial houfestn London isabout to form an cfiabUlh fupported ty 1 of to lerve a houte of correspondence between Eng land and the North of At length the city of Antwerp becomes etrcry day m re ing the value of and the Scheldt is covered with trading vefjRla of different w hich arrive dally wab In the conrfe of prcfent we ihail begin loqlearout the aid to take the bar which impedes the navigation of the Bafl May are informed that a projet of a fimilar for the moft part ia foe tlifpofitions of that of the jtyh of of which the French Government had recommended the It is con fidently dtat it will unite in the wifeft the principles of unity and tint it is entirely adapted to our our and our The Central Govern ment be coropofed of one two and fcveral of Mlioro the OpUAcfl or Government tvtll be There U to be a Senate and a General the laft to afTemble very Each ton is to have a for the regwiaiin of its interior concerns and Admtniftiativc Amhni appointed by the The GrntralGo Yefietday teccived Paris Papers to i t7iK Tl e Body and the TribuI nate Ivvs expreflefi Their that Bcjnrjparte may adiime he office of Chief for On the Deputations from thffe two carried up their m the foot of theConfulat in his to the of the thai he was called to the Supreme Msgiftracy at a whn the choice of the people in no othr illan as tlie refult of alarm but added the experience they have had of their has convinced them of the value of thair choice I The Fremh Legion of if the Orators word nmv be is far byond am thing that ever Don Quixote As a mi litary ir is calculated to fnri the fparks of provvefs iiro a As a moral it is to give force and aMiviry which fo powerfully moves f he French na Ir is alfu to be a political barrier betwbt publick opinion and or rather a convey publick opinion m power t but the itfott extraordinary article of all isthe coin wriih whligh members of thisFqewcreation are tnfce paid it is not to iflue out of ijbe pnbHck treafury j it is to be cad in themint courfev adds TJbhs Bonaparte is determined td encircle with military military military and rt religion mixed wit ha military at his to eiKfcate inpro port joa as he endeavours to extend his anid though wiblick opinion hiay it tnfty find a vent in the when the arm of may be found too to fnppreftr what and prudence might havetafily prf Janets A letter received from Paris by trie Mail The LegiHative buinate have loft no time in iwfcribing their jndivir dual votes in favour of prolonging Bonapartes Confulfhip for The ohy1 member who voted againft the propofal is Carnot After his figlrwture to that effect he w Tote my frpjiaf His frierids in the Tribunate jft vain endea voured to prevail upon him t addition The exampleof Carnw rm bren followed by rirrly one other perfon in an official petty clejk at the i Tranflatinm of a hand bill diftributed on inflam thrnughiiur My opinion upon the rccompcnce due to Bonaparte U 13 propofcd to the French People to nominate parte Confnl for life the rtfic which he rendered us been well recompence fuflicieiit Is it not the interefli of every Frenchman to prevent the return of revolutionary fufler to annihilate anarchy for aud to the of partifaiu who promote and excite When a late without Conftitution only governed by the of hereditary right may be dangerous but when a wifr and u when a man equally cxtraor dinary it to be and ef teemed when the whple worjd unanimouDy 4in right to the Sovereign is not therighf ritance and ought not the gratitude iTTnrSrSo ties vernmenr is to have a Prefect in each who is to prefide io the aflemblies oi the Adminiftrative and who a e to be by the Landaroraan from amongft the Citizens of the jc title of fimptre wbere j of hall we find an snag f in ntititne who her I fubmlt thofe qvteftioni to ny mdvee my own I define tbe French pienifty proclaim Nfcpoleon Bonaparte Ejawtarta of the and fix MI FanuTy Hie Jterediury 4ipon the Salique BONNEVFLLE Chief of Battalion of the the A fetter from the Hague of the fajf The journey of the Firft ConfuJ toBrlgia feeitris now to be fettled f it being aflvrted that orders had arrived at Bruflels for makfrigl the retjuffire places ready for the Firft Conful and his alfo fJir the Deputies of the Seven United De partments of and ol the fur ones of the left fide of who a re to repair tWthef next If report fpeaks Bonaparte will continue there ten or twelve Jie wffl infpea the pott of The letters that have pa Ted between General and their difputvs abjut the campaigns have Regnier acculed Peftnign of retiring from the firld of battle with a flight wound and of mifleadmg Menou by his For this Deftaign ohallengtd Rtfgnier Inrely at Reg in his fpeaks of Ulm ns a contempti ble but agrees to give him In the duel he killed Regnier in his turn has challenged faying in his Go vernment looking only to your intention of keep ing Kgypti has not thought fit 40 bring you to a trial for the faults that have occafioned the lofs of that or for having deceived them by falfe They have pardoned I could not imitate thtir conduct in that My and flory of the French required that it fhould be made known in what manner you haveenfured unmerited fttccefs to the concludes his letter by hould you continue to vegetate under the in fhmy to which publick opinion muft confign I will cejfe to notice the remains of a life fullied by f many ocls of perfidy and bafenefs j but fhould you by dint of fucceed in puffing ymirfelf into be allured you fhall not be able to avoid fhould you be daflard enough to folicit an order for our Men u appears to have referred the affair to the Minifter of who wrote an order io to retire thirty leagues from U is that this affair gave rife to reports of the arreft and ex le of other officers fuipedled of defigns againft The Batavian Government are collefling work mm of all profeffions for the purpofe of fending them to the Cape of Good They are going to erefl bath a printing prets and a theatre Several players have already offered themfelves a proof that the profeflton of the drama cannot be a very good one in HOUSE OF WAV tfc On the motion ofthe of the pctitioh of Frederick Lord Irifh dating to vote at thjc electionof to fit Reprefcn the part vf ton fideraticTOj the patent of Peerage put fn and A few were exchanged be tween Lord the Noble and the Lord rlativt to fome fomal proof required by the Kcfolutiorit of the reTpeAing which the obfcrva tions of of Sligor fecmed to fatitfy their He Concluded by moving Refoliition in ef that Frederick Lord Xflitqun made good claim Rifehtia rote1 at the of to fit Rcprefetitativei Peerage of that part of the Unitd Kiogdom called tbtcd t VI Tlie Petitions of the Earl of and rthcr Iriui Pcfcn bit the motion of the of ordered to be referred tu the Committee of Several received from tbe and ordered to ric f Thjj jereraL on the tabld were read and far4rardcd IB their refpcctiyc MAY M moved for leave withdraw live bOlfor re guhting tle Uial of onjcroyerud til in order to prefect more efletfttmlJy providing for that 4 Sir GBORfcE Oeh tlemaa that before tfte was nearly to palTed iaft xrtd not fince proved to ii6 einVrbverted having He unwilling that a whidi had met theeon cvctchtcnt the rind which had not hould be alrered without eonfiilyng the tlenicn belonging to that country Which watf to be cd by the I and MrilVICKHAM offered to prove the biU now before the They faid the Irifh been particularly and doaHj though poffibly the Hani had at tke time thl fome further from Serjeant MR Alexinderi and iu fupport of the IcaVe was J he Howie in on the Cotton Apprentice Sir werit of bb mcntjia fupport of condehineid the inter of wttbthe frcecHiJdren at hotlite to the cJiildreJi were1 hot in danger of bcVg ovccworJcediifotouch who were alifohitely under of There were C fcUbJVfritt children arid fhofe who did ndt wofk He thought thf gjijtc far enough as an experiment that if it fotirid advifable to extend it thafrnigbt be bet ter dope a years vkperience of its afguedar Confiderablc Ittigfn on tbq propriety actvhutagea to other children and but prctfefled a friend to the as it went A Jong and dcfultory cdttverfation theh ehfuedjas the blanlu came fucceffivcly tb be filled between Lord B Lori Shaw Sfecncer and The ol completed cldufv and ajneridraentiwas ro authoriie the f Iifitors toail mills aad fatSrorics havfrfgtnree or mbre employed tp re quire that the fedorws be kept and haVt a fuf ticicnt numberof Cor the admiffioh of air that the heura of hall be fromfu in tlie the childrcd receive religious in A where the of n jdiftria he the Magilrratc fliall hare to divide it w and ap two one a ami tbe other a Juf with power to c4H a medical niaa in cafe any ittfttftipu diforder each vifitor to make his report in w ritiaf Cram time to tinte to the Courier The and amendments afl agreed the report was and ordered to be taken into fur ther confideratien on and tte bill be MAY The Houfe reibived itfclf intea Committee of ELIOT moved the following which were voted by the Committee t For the Ordinary of the for oae Lunar the Extraordinary toe Nary for the For rhe Transport and Eipence of of for the fame Foi the Expense of Sick Wat for the fame The Houfe refolded into a Committee on tbe South Sea VANSITTART moved that the Chairman fliould be dirciftcd to move for leave to bring in a bill to permit Britilh fliipa to carry en the Filhery in th Pacific without liccnfes from the Eaft India or South Sea CO BAY brought up a bill for tbe raifing a ctmin fum by way of Annuities or for the fcrrice of read a Crft and ordered to be read a feeond time CORKY moved that the Charge of to the Subaltern of the Militia of fliould be defrayed out of tbe Consolidated Fund of Ireland Agreed f CORRt he underftood it would better fuit the of fcveral Gentlemen that the Iriih btt fliould be brougbt forward inflcad of he fliould therefore bring forward that bufincfs on Menday inftead of CORRY moved for a en to cOnfider of the feveral Petitions pretended to the Houfe fora Repeal of the oa Joods injported into Ire land by Retailers keMig The Drawback Bill paffed through a MAY The SECRETARY at WAR moved the tkird reading of the Militia BRYAN COOKE confidcrcd the principle of the Bill at it put the lower upon the fame Toot ing the He thought a number uonccef it wcreiotemlcd to couvert part of them into difpofable had been done upon a late It had been found to provide for the Mi and difficulty would be encreafcd by the en ercafe of the and the already produced by the Militia Officers having been made mere drillferjeants for the regular and called upon to volunteer their againft their The SECRETARY at WAR that thefirtt ob jeQion went to the Militia as originally the principle of which placfd rich and poor upon the fame He had already ftated that the propofed number did not exceed the amount propofed to be raifed in when the Militia were firft Even at that time a bill for railing pafled the and pro ceeded to the third reading in the Houfe of Con ddering the encreaft of population and alfo the en creafcd danger of the he faw 90 reafon againft the expediency of adopting that number The claufes of the prcfcnt bill were copied exactly from former and did not contain one word to juftify an opinion that the force in any part intended a difpofable force a ttt on had been felt by fome of the they reduced id dtillfei for tbe regiilar army but he Member of tbe occafioti by whfcb that It In tbe eafe of a peWTiar Ml brought in to enable his Majefly to avail the voluntary of the MilhiJi for the expedition 6 Holland it have put a glorious termination to tbe tlianceof the recurrence bif aSuilai though the like fhottjd happen anin j not be carried iato tta Evtliw j nrof at m1 and with the pnbhe Opinitn jtiiti thefuppfcmcmiry militia the titoibcr amountca i dlfficuly Hfrtofc OtfeetH fo any ffjjv there bpirlion to the prftprietfoP fome bill fliall come before the I tent mylelf at piefent with Mm the mealure to require that every his m thu give ia and fome to a 1 t that ea e Mr M tions would not be Tuck fo to rather admit impofe any t The CHANeEUlOk of i if the bilf Contained wwld pe prefthwdiflatjifadKon Leave given feiH The ATTORNEY u part of he bringina ball to coatinue ww of the had been Kanveay and he hould nectffity foe The he meant to make would be the Bomber of and grank an additiona to the He propofed that the Honlc fhowtd hrto Committee to confidtr ofthr additional al lowance and coantludcd with IcaTe be rivetR to bring in a Bill to continue of the a6th fit tie prefcnt and to make fur for caRyfBe fame into there tftefc The meafure originally an experi and wiflted U it wfthm the feaft poffihlc WitK rffpect to tht propofition to mcreafeihe tiehoped Ihe increafe wouMnot fee a coufidcHni ikat the fefety and of mutW depend tdnpon them He alfo thought tbe other rcgutatioh erv mot ion then pot The AfrOKNEY PENPAL fame regulations to the being entered he rrfolver into a to ccafiderof making provifion for the fupport of the fevcral in Mid dlefex and caablifljed by virtue of faid Agreed The report of the Committee on knncrH petition ordered tobc taken on Th Houfe then went into Committee oa the Bill for the better1 regnlatioa of the on controverted After a debate of nearly three on the fubjedt of the Houfe There can be little dourTof the FTencfc ionsin having the effeift of drawing clofer the bonds of amity between the United and this It will become the obvious po liy of thofe States to the friendfhip of Great nor wftl the temporary influence of Jacobin if m in that country prevent policy froka taking its proper The bill now before relative to the Yeomanry nod Volunteer which are continue that Officers difabled irt aaual fervice fhall be to and Noncominiffioned Officers and Privates to the benefit of Chelfea Horpital the Widows of Commiffioned Officers killed in tlte fervice are to be emir led to a penfion for Entrance into the ports of ffrance has been bidden to all veffels coming from Oran and places Ths pragne has fuddenly manifefled itfclf in that part of and with fuch malig nity that it carries off in a few hours thofe at tacked by About three oclpck this morning zothja dread fol fire broke oat in Wonlwich which has totally doflroyed rhef tod many other The whole extent of damage cannot yer be af norilU it yet knowiThow this calamity Various how are in HisMajefly has been pleated to granMo fuch of the Officers of the FcnciWe as have not any permanent and are not entitled to half the following allowance on being one months pay rb each Field Officer and Captain and o months and daily allow to the Cap to each Subal and to t he the day of holding two ap are to receive the above allowance tor only one of them bqt the Paytnafter is to a fum equal to two months foil allowance including the pay of his regimantal From the ftate of bufmefs in the Houfoof Com it Parliament cannot be djf fulved for fome The public financial bu ftill remains to go through the Mo of and much oiherbufinefsof an important nature is to be Should Parliament be kept fining for a month or fix weeks ir would be very inconvenient todiffblveii at the end of that as the elections wOuld interfere with the or with the The opinion that the eletfion will not be before OUober gains the birthplace of is now conhdered as the Capital of inftead of and is to have the garrifon of the Ifland fla tioncd here which ufually occupied placet   

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