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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 27, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                IT uould be OF MAY The Speaker informed the Hoiife that he had received t letter front the Right Lord dated at 8th exprcflivc of his fatisfaflion at receiving the thanks the The Sptaker alfo informed the thnt he had tranfmltted to the Coloaels of Militia the Lord Lieu tenants of and the I ord Lieutenant of the Of the Houfc to NIC Militia and Volunteer and had received from mod of thtm ktteis m A petition was prcfcnted from the Director of the San Fire againft the Kent Infurance which vis ordered to lie on the tahlc till the fecund reading of Sbair mnvcd that the hill fliould be t feeond time on Tucfday on tfbich a conversation took placebetMeen Shaw Sir toward who the bill to be then rCfA a fecond Sir and aud a ditifion it The Lottery Bill was read a third time and IRISH tlNEN The Houfe on the motion of rc into a Committee on the Irifh Linen WICICHAM that as the law now the Cojleclor at each port fumraoncd a jury of three com petent pcrfons to examine the ElanSeed in con fequcncc of which examination he branded it either as or The Board having found this mode examination propofed as a remedy to ap taoint an irfficer of their wn in each with power to examine and decide upqiMne quality of FUxSeed im He was of spihionjhat the power examining und deciding upon the qUtlltJr of the FlaxSeed jliould not be given wtioltafo the appomjedUy the tinen to the fame time C Inonld not hrand any FlaxBccd until the fii certified him by the officer appointed by that B concluded by propofirig swh amendment to this FOSTER WM a rable impmtariceV the maintenance pf if great of families in triland depended upon the imttof station wf good wftied that the Infpeaors fcythe L1nn ihbuld be wholly tfhletoihatWrdter the of the feed 2fcc Right had pro that the flibjjW examine bixt that the Hjollcaoc fliould ttrand The brand was a led of the oodneft of the If the Right Gentleman thought the Colkclor flunild brand and receive a he Fofter hail ntf but let the Infpc3of brand it BERESFORD defended Collertort from any v imputation of Several articles might be fmugfilcd concealed amongft and it important that the Collectors fhould cttmine it for 5ilie purpole ot difcdvcrirtg thofe if any fucb there FOSTER that the power would Ml re main to the ColUOoretdfearch for fmuggled whe ther bill pafled or Hereford and Fofler JLorJ CABTULREAQH that the with little might be made to meet the ideas of toth The in order to prevent bad IljxSccd from being has thought it a proper to keep the Infpeftors Iwt itwould hegoing far to that the Kings officers fhould not alfo inr he thoughtthat the and wpuld each and that the duty would be bet vvtcr very fiinple alteration was which that each fliould the and then there would be a double fecurliy for Us fiQodnefs 1his altcra ftifiB he aitfWcr the pbjedVof both WICKHAM prpfcffcd bimfelf perfectly fatisfied with prpDoCfAby the Noble Kyery had been Board all that was acer tnVirtqnrcrorlftiit it was found perhapx the of the Nwble might better anfwcr that ALEXANDER thought it eflcntial that the Col leclor fliould aiil with the lMr7STEWART thought it highly probable that the Anicudmeht propofed by the Noble Lord would anfwcr be tlic wifli of light and of every to enfurc diipatch to this meafurt thereI fore he thought it would be better to go thijatoh Com and bring iap whatever claufeswierclorJcpKbptircd I on the as a ftage Wooldibjr thereby fwaedft A fliort convcrfation ertfued Chaticellor of the Wiclchanfj and being fotim one of went toenacT a theCHANCELLOR olf the EXCHEQUR that no proviliwi enforcing a penalty could be propofed oh the After fome further eonverfation between the the Clian ccllor of the it was agreed to rtrport progrcfs aud leave to fit Tlie Houfe Iwving HOBHOUSE reported progrefs and the Committee were ordered to fit again on t ATTORNEYGENERAL up ft hill for eftahliiliing certain Aliens inftead of thofe enaacd by fevcral Adls of was read a ilrft and ordtred to be read a fecoild time on and to be The Houfe on the motion of the having refolvcd itlelf into a to confider of certain rsfpecling the police of this The ATTORNEYGENERAL faid he had in view was to increifc the fUaries oftheMligiftrates ofthe Police and of the officersemployed there andalfo the wages of the undtrftood him to that he propofed to increafe thefalaries of ffie Ma giftrates to per and the tvages of tlie dn Uables to per He moved ihoulil be made but of the if to dc the pn four oclock the 4 had Woolwich The vvetw and the drums beaV Warren fimt to the exclufiftn of the who in zeal might haveproduced that confufionwfilch it vviih of the military Tpwardsfivettifclqck the fire Yaged with uncom fhe defirucTtoh of all When it fpread nearerand nearer to the theconlequencesof fuch an explofion b truly tharatonfe to prevent a greater it was in cdntcrri plation to batter downwith fprrunately the devafta rijh to the depHilitory had it from another intelligenf men are df that Laboratory and but nearly the tnvn of woukJ have been reduced to Aftr two exertions on the part of ihe i i t and fojrne of the inhnbitahrs of the whiii were aftentards the fury of the flarntfs bgan to abate fhe fire Was gradually maflered as to ditpel every alarm of its further fifft and chief care Report on thpt when this fuhjea was before Under ha had dated the obfcrvations that to which he now begged leave to recall to attention of the in to fliew that the vote lie fliould give was perfectly confident withthe prin ciples he had before then that was reafon to believe that the duty which was to be performed by the Collectors had been in ibme rtffcs negli gently In faying he could uotbefup to make any charge againft the Collectors per but though he acquitted them of anyact of com yet he dill thought that in fume cafes there was aqxillion Of their in not fuflicicntly attending to tlie mode of examination of the there that Tome arrangement was He viflicd to exprefi his willinguefs to accede to the princi ples of the Linen which to call in the Infptc of that Board in of the He had re himfclf onthat ocralion upon points the tirfl regard the patronage of the the other related to the Tan to be laid upon the in order to form a compensation to the Collectors who were to con tinueto be although they wereio be abiolved from ithe pjprformancc of the By the mode now patronage of the Crown remained entire by theprc IVnt no Tax was to lie laid upon the in order for pcrfons who were not to pert form the Thcfc points being jettledi he felt him felf at liberty to concur in the arrangement propofed for the Collectors with the aid of the inspectors of the Linen Being thus at according to the principles he had before advanced and which by no jueahs the length that had been of throw ing blame upon the he llioulJ accede to the plan now With regard to the he underftood it to that the Infpetftor houldput a Urnp vpon the whereas by the Anieudment of his Right Jfricnd the Infpector was to give a certificate the upon which he was to lrand the XVhat was tlic difference between the two plans Iu fubrtancc none by the tiru the Grinding depended upon the certificate of the the Collector being irly a Miniftprial In the prc fctit the inftcadof a which s to in was to affix a mark with hot iron upon Thelc regulatiuns were in effect the but if tlic plan now of branding lead Of certifying by the was more generally agreed he to concur in and the more as it wat perfectly couformablc to the opinion of the tnittce above Lord contended that the brand was fupcrjor to anil was a hettfcr protection a gainft the pf unfoundnofs in the CORU Y th1certificate mud fpccify the mark and number of the and he it would be cqiully as had heard JhiralKtttiurbjll in its original Wae might not have an purpofe tkat a few words from FOSTER Aggefljd the reporting aiking leave tolit f the it to know whenWs Friend would bring forward Irilh MrTLRlGH toe Itslbr gratify a high legal character intht it at ftood for pofljblc bring TATLOR thcwed foraCommittee on the hill for the trial of controverted elections on withdrew his motion refptMSting the Corps and gave nutiee of his intent tion to move on Monday for a bill to enable his Majcfly to accept of the fervkes of corps The report of Scotch Militia bill was ordered to taken into furtherconfideration The fugar bounty bill was read a fooml and tomwiticd for COlELRY Chancellor of the for Fre that lie Jlutuld bring on his Irith ft on but podpontd it till Wtdnefday the ncceflVry papers being not ROBoON rvfe to gitc thai fome obfervAtionson that fubjedk it hras brought Since he had and mentioned in this an error of expenditure in one paper on the table of three hundred andfifty thoufand thought it his duty to look farther iiilo the accounts prc fcnted to the Houic and forry he that they were full of iaaccuracics of He faid he wasfurprifcd fuch ftajing tobe ba lanced to a could lay on the table Ib with out the errors being He mentioned the although he was aware there was no queftidn before the Houfc but he did it frotn and with a view ttwt the Chancellor of Ejfphcquer might hare tinte to with draw the accounts andptcleirt oj comeprcpared to explain the The CHANCELLOR of Ifcc EXCHEqUER it might poflibly be fo 5 but to upon the although therp might be fome clerical yet they were nearly After foroc further routine buftncftt the Houfc MAY The Irifh went throtigfi a an4 Uw re purc ordered to be received ojiftfoiHtay the featt in incr nrflAinlnn wKe tlwufand cir ordered to the andfaft quantities of houles With the 6f which made a terrible ex plofion all the articles of dangerous The beft aV counts wKjeh be than might have been expecHed from the jtime of the duration ofi he fife j the whple the frtdin the confofion natural to fiich a codrje of the war dnd t K late adviceafrom ng ihih an Great Natioh tirb voting he of by r mailing if declares t he fla very ott in the and ttildly condemns that ed racfe to return taflw and tHfcir c H flill in as the Firft CooltiU it to believe that the fdt fohie t be enfoced ja in fa becrfthe the vttflims of tlve implaeable They confiRed of arm of Tippoo Salbs India a variety of in every article ufedin the military together fpeiatriehof wraprjnsj and wasthe moft ableeurtofity thelVlodel of port eflirnfites lols at upwards of nominally it U ttatedf haiifa MAY A Dutch Mail arrived Our pri vate a rumour circulated at the that In imitation of will not make any commercial treaty with The of the Dutch it is be fo great as that of the Bonaparte is expecled at after he has been to BrufTels and It is faid that the Pruffian Miuiller at the Minifter for Foreign are em ployed in a negotiation relative to the indemnites t the Prince of and Landgrave of Heffc A definitive arrangement is on the point of if ii has not already been agreed Though the French papers have not becaufe they dare any thing of and ar yet private letters take fome notice of is faid in one of thefe that one of AngertanV Aides deCamp had formed a toaflaffinate Bonaparte on tfee anci that the lahfeglment was ready to fupport The plot it is faid was not difcovered till the preceding when Bonoparte fled to and the regiment was ordered out of The refuli is not known it is certain that great dtvHions prevail in the Lettersfrom Portfrmuth that thrMorgiana has brought difpatches from contain ing an account of a very fevere engagement in between General Le Clercs croops and thofe under in which tlic latter were which is further confirmed by the fol lowing received in town yellerday The arrived off Dover from ihe Souih fpoke on the i6th the Princefs Amelia Packer in her fpoke a French fquadron from bound ia by whom they were the French were not in fufficiem force there to quell the The news from and the unfettled flare of the Continent in have evidently an in fluence on our The Omnium was at one time yefterday at only half per A Foreigner who landed a few days fines at Dover from having quitted theport with out a proper was yefterday taken up un der the Alien and npt being able to give a fatisfadlory account of he has been con ducted out of the On Wednefday evening M Otto received a cou rier from who was the bearer of a Formula in a large in which are to be inferred the names of fuch natives of France in this country as chiife to vote for Bonapartes being appointed Chief Onful for H of jrhe French Government vyith to tte advices froriii thrft fortifies the by which the Repoljlican forcei ed to be inadequate to tke inultipiiedl of the j v The negro Hot a pear ro occupy b mdch of the thoughts Conful nnd his as rhtf which is now pretty openly declared againft and ridiculous thfc not appears to fome it ii nor to be overlooked asan indication of rlheft cretmindI of our late who vtitt t us have no more of peace thaii he Can h compound even for national j will evidently fuffer moft from this prohi and if one may augur ffamrtlbtraliirdfcf of fom of lijLC ftatefmen who liawe aflumeld nranagemeht of her it will quickly V of imponand jawTui or unlawful as it pleafes the ThuilJerieS in muft have a Uashcefrofn the for every and embarraCmeovtn way of trade and were that know the df the ther and Z what bribery and extortion The wlfi difcovered that drawtath are we have hitherto ained differentopinioriii and confidered drawbacks and bounties as vices and the caufes of aljjpcfjinable perjury and But whatever be the true charadlet of this part of our it i fome Jay a million be Uiat as it may damages are certainly It ii not yet hovv the and variousmimours are in tirCulaiion perfohs are laid to ba in that it was No perlon 4jelonging the Depofirory in fhe bulling when the fire Two men it is kUled in atteropting to pull down part ol the vxallni A priyare letter fmm tlie invefligation which has taken place into thiscalamitous circrim theeis but too much reafon to believe that this difiifltr was not the mere effect of The flie brokeout at one and the fame in three dirTftrent befides n great mslsof com been Tielots to Government will The dnJge tj IQ Ijfi Ja works of 8rl tsen povver of hovVevcr pleafute I inform that injury toihe moderpf the of Gibral tar is not fo great as at firft it having fiiHained but a 1 which can beeafily and the whole rdiored toitsori 1 FROM THE MAY We have received intelligence from America down to the By the New York Papers of that it appears that the coiuefiedeleclion for a Governor of MaiTachufetts was carried on with great between Strong and Gerry ihe former of who is called the Federal had obtained a confiderable majority in alj the On Jiccoum of ihe difference of principle be tween the perfons refill t of this election is confidered to be of great import A Utter from a Member of Congrefs You may rely upon ir the prefent tioa confider it 45 a fubjefl of vaft confluence to revolutionize If this is accom they confider ir as that the other New England States will Gerry is a violent The New York fpeaking of this the tucky will now be that in Maflachufetts ihey do not need his moon of mocracy to give them and tharBoflon flill be toafled as the headquarttrs The Dey of Algiers has agreed to receive his ar of tribute from the Americans in and is to be paid up to the commenceniem of the prefent Congrefs have come to the refolution of dif charging the Board of Commioffiners in the ciiv of and have that the lots in that M huh are pledged for the repayment of a loan of contracled in Ihall be fold in annual lufficient to pay the imereft and inflalmenjs of the faid The following from the an American willihcw how much the Ame ricans are alarmed at the gigantic attempts of the Fjrft Conful at territorial Bonaparte Prefidenr of the Italian with a talary of one Lundrtd tbotifand dotkrt III Who is to be Pre fidem of Louifiana Perhaps the Premier he will like a huge with one foot on each belt ride the Let ihe democrats to confider whether our fifter Re pHblip is ambitious of territorial nggrandifment I The ballot for the nomination of a new Grand Mafter of Malta has given no refult Each of the different Langues of the who contributed 10 the pnefented a Candidate The principal imereft feems to be in favour of the oldtSrand de who hopes w be iucccftful it fhnuld be applicable to a Government no fixed duties j but makes every to arbitrary impofuiqn or as miiy be agreed on between ihe trade merchant to his and the wbojfr cuftonru becompTunded the wertiay lament the little and ma lignant fpirjt of an but we havp nothing to apprehend from the fuperiprity of genius off 4 The atiention of the Firft Cdnftil is groffed by his JHls own but that he can find j fare or applatid the Sovereigns of Emperor of Ruffia the mannikin vvhdm he has in is reprimanded for religioui The Batavinn it is alfo flared has nptefcaped the fcmtinizirig Cye of is that he will meet W the deftinies of Holland Whether it is to W In corporated with the One and or to confer its Presidency tipoh the Firft after the example oif the is ftnmgjy Perhaps eventhe vifit to BrufieU re quirs fee events affembled and crowded together with as much rapidity as jf the Confu r like to a and counted day loft in which he did not quire fmenew Power or Having cured the Crown for he appears this term majr not be equal to the attainment of all and that his ambition may be cir cumfcribed or arrefled by the hand of thefe events are which he def to dillinguifh the beginning of the loth cen from every 2sa which has preceded The interview which is about to take place be tween the Emperor of Ruffia and the King of gives ftope to innumerable conjectures but rhus far is that ir has political matters of the higheft importance for its Neiiher the Qjieen of Pruffia nor the Emprefs of Ruffia will be prrfent at but the Grand Duke and Prince the younger Pru ffian w ill affi The Duke of Brunt wick has been requefted to attend at the exprefo defiie of the King of Pruffia It has been ob that the Ruffian Ambaflador at had lately two very long conferences tfcc Fjrft Conful at the termination of lie fent a Ow ner to Bonaparre has givenaffu rances ro de that the decifion of German as weltas of the King of Sardinias hall be terminated fptedy as and conformably to thewifhei of iiis Imperial I advices have been maica and the Leeward Iflands within the two laH but we cannot learn either brought any intelligence from TjbJ Majeflic man of war arrived oni Thurfdaj from left t hat Iflantft he middle of Marcf and brings moft diflreffing accounts of lofles bj Several fhips have however been fpoken will at fea from and it feems to be pretr well authenticated from various tbatM French army has not been able to make any grefs j that it has diminilhed onethird of I origmcil number by death op ficknefs 5 and tha non remains on the defensive tin furl her reinfor ments We already flared that French Government delays fending till On Monday late of j nearly efcaped He had I a boat at Palace with a view of crofii and lohng his balance before he fat i he fell backwards into ihe where the was ten feet deep a barge was luckily pafilij ihe one of ihe men in from a watery for which he was a guinea   

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