Dublin Journal, May 29, 1802

Dublin Journal

May 29, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - May 29, 1802, Dublin, Dublin tlic Lord Lieutrnmt nml Jmnul uf A By by our Proclamation of the day of one thoufand feven hundred and We did prohibit the failing of veflels laden with provifions from the feveral ports ot Ireland without conyoy And by another Proclamation of the fourteenth day Of one thoufand eight hundred and We did order that in future no vclttl laden with provifions of any kind fltould he permitted to proceed from any of the of Ireland without a licenlc being firft obtained from the Lord Lieutenant and Council for that And whereas it is not cxntdirnt any longer to continue the prohibitions containedm die two Proclamations the Lord Lieutenant and do hereby order and that the faid prohibitions be taken and that the feveral regulations and contained in xmr faid two Proclamations do oeafe and And we do hereby further charge nd command all hit lHajcftys and Officers of the Several uf whom it may that at their peril they take care to pay due obedience Given at the Council Dublin the sjth day of Charles Gof Me D Maurice John tAVi THK By the Lord Lieutenant and Council of A WHEREAS by oar Proclamation of the eighth day of one thoufand fevcn hundred and We did order and direct that not any veflVl belonging to any of his Majcftys fnhjefts mould be per mitted to enter and clear out for any of the ports of or for the ports of any country occupied hyjlic Armies of until further order and We did alfo by our Pro clamation of the twcntyfcventli day of and nineteenth day of one thoufand fevcn hundred and ntaf order and direct that not any vciTcl be iooging to his Majeftys fnbjcftsfhould enter and clear out jsnyof the ports of or until further And wnereas a Definitive Triaty of Pcaec having been between his the French and tits Catholic it is not neceflary any longer 10 con tinue the orders and contained in the faid fc Vcral Proclamations the Lord Lieutenant and Coun do hereby order and that the feveral prohibi orders and contained in our faid three da ccaie and Given at the Council Chamber in the 4jth of Charles Frank Me Maurice John God fave the From C COMMlSaARlAT be SOLD by tbis Sa a Number of very good bRAFF and SADDLE at the Lower Cafllo The to commence at eleven and continue until three ath 1027 Yards Muffin of various 37 Pieces 46 Barrels of Pair Men and Silk Pair Ditto Silk Yards and 14 Calamanco 46 Yards So Muflin and j 6 Gold let 4 Puncheons a 14 Cafks to 3 QnarterCaAs Malaga And Jbme few more Articles of trifling order of the The Goods to be viewed at the id A PERSON will amply reward any thsit will find as foon armay a certain CU for a young Mau infuH and of a good character pleafe to direct te at this if any Gentleman to difpofe of an EN DOWED and wilf direcft a line as above he may be aflifted in obtaining tlie c6nfent of if necef on undeniable landed Sc near Dublin the To the and A YOUNG who has ftudicd feven fef ions of College in the Univerfity of and obtained the honorary title of Mater of wilheR to rogagc as TUTOR in a qualified to give inftructiont including iuflcxM of and elements of LATIN and aud alfo the comprehending the Elements of with their application to Mcnluration and Land AN t and SPHERICAL with their application to the computation of heights and dif tances on the to and Afbronomy with itii application to the folutiou of geome trical to Geometry tnd Fortification Geoon A Pif with the Ufc of the and Elements of Aftro refpect to his knowledne in the above de partments of and Ubility the molt unexceptionable tefiimonials be Letters Pott paid addrcflwl fb cane of Profeflbr GUfgow wilj be punctually tended May A3 PRIVATE A F ENGLISH of genteel Connec is defirous of engaging in the Ctuation in a Gentleman Family the particular Branches flic would undertake to inftruft in Will be immediately noticed to any Ladjr who may make inquiry i htr references will be Apply to the where her will be or inquire at Lower rNnBViA rcturnto England in a fliort time un QIC fhould foon it is requeftcd that if any Fa mily at adilhsnce from Dublin fhould they will be elicit as on a firft enquiry would beagrecjilUA Stuation where the family fomttimcs go to England would be partitnUrly of begs leave 1ublic hc Applied his an ttnfivetjnd General Affortmcnt of TRUSSES of an Iro proved hitherto unknown in ft r r rVMft Caft8 of RuPture tHc snort fcaftmable want of fuch Articles in the many and diftreffing of been the i May iBoi CFREMONIAL of the and I TITURE of MajbrCeneraT EYRE Knight of the Moft Honiirablc Military Order of the the Officers of the Order attended in the Privy Chamber in their and proceeded from after the into flic Sove reigns making the ufual in the following order j J he Gentleman Uflier the in his and bearing the Scarlet The Regiftejand Secretary of the in Chains and Deputy Bath King of in the and and bearing the Sceptre of Bath carrying the Ribbon and Badge of the Order on a Crimfon Velvet The in his and KNIGHTS Right Honourable Sir William Lord of Right Honourable air William His Royal Highuefs the Duke of Firft and Principal r Then by his Majeftys MajorGeneral Eyre Coote was introduced into the prefcnce between Ldrd Grey and Sir William the two junior Knights Companions preceded by the Gentleman Uther of the with Reverences as I he Sword of State wat thereupon delivered to the Sovereign by Sir William the fecond Knight in fenibrity and MajorGencral Eyre kneel knighttd Then his Royal Highncfs the Duke of the ftnior prefented the Rib bdn and Badge to the and his Majtfry put them over the ricw Knights right llioulder being thus had the honor to kifs the Sovereigns and the proccinon reiurned to the Privy Chamber in the order as This ceremony was performed in his Majcftys feveral of the great Officers of the Court aud Foreign Miniftcrs being End May 21 confequence of the Treaty of and in application of the principles of that Treaty to the political felati ns which ejtift between the Frenfch Republic and his Serene Hligh nefs the Duke of a Treaty has bren concluded between France and that The Treaty wasjlgned the day before by Ci tizen Chief of Puifirn of ForeignJVf and the Baron de VicePresent of the Regency ff appointed for thai purpofe Minifters Plenipoientiary by refpelHive lic may be always furc to meet a Conftant for Curing Feet of Diftorted Spine oi by Mechanical which has eaiued him uomrfalaptaotMitionof ihe Faculty inoth May lite accounti from the PayadeVaud areextretnely The ap pearance of the Ftehch and ihe promife of a general has had the efF 51 of inducing thinfurgents to return to their homes j and quil irv oegins ro be again every where April Mutat arrived a few days ago in this A lf tachment af the Royal Guard efcorted him upon his to the refi dence provided for The Government treats him peculiar Our Sorereign is every moment expected here from The Ruffian and theEngltfti have already from Gnwral Murat fets out in a and by the French troops will have our territo The greater part returft to France by MAT By the Montteur of 21 vre lenrn that a Treaty has been concluded between the French Re public and the Juke of Wirremberg AddrelTes have already prefented tot the Confute from the Inhabitants of feveral the appointment of Bonaparte Chief CWul for Their confent to ihe propofal is conveyed in tfce fame ftrain of unbounded which hat charaderized moft of the lare AddreflTesin The Citizens of Soiflons that they may be excuftrd from the tedioqs procefs of giving their votes upon this queftion and beg to be led forth into the Champ that they may give heir affent 10 the propoHiion by A long fpetch delivered in the Legislative Body by the principles on whfrh the new mode of recruiting the Army is to be Confcription is the bafts on which it rs to The juttice and utility of this mode is defended by many fpecious and the uiefHcacy of yo luntary inrolment Proceeding ipon that every man is bound to take arms at the call of his all ihe Citizens between the age of fix teen and forty are and out of the Levies neceflary to recruit the are to be drawn by The Handing Army of France thus becomes completely a the principles of which will be found nearly to cor refpond with that of It is to be that in the event of a the Confcription is alfo to be employed t and by means it is expefled that there will be procured foldiers more mora and attached to their country than thofe debauched dregs of the great towns ufually pkked up by Re cruiting The number of thofe fit to bear arms between the age of i6and is calcu lated to amount to frx millionsj thofe from 20 to to one million j and thofe from 20 to to two hundred In times of the new levies are to be made folely from the latter and the firft is referred fcr The Army on the Peace Eftablifhmenr is to confift men of which will be compofed of Officers and who are not tailed by There remains therefore the number of to be provided The whole of his number is to be renewed every five men being each year and an equal number raifed out of thofe from ao to The proportion for each diftridT is not to be fixed folely according to the bjiit reJpftf is alfo to be had to the habits of the which are moft and which are moft From hence it that a much greater pro portion is to be levied in the country than in the and in the Northern Departments than the A telegraphic difpafch from dated the 19th that difpaicnes have been brought Ly lie u Iiich The tetegrauhic ii as follows Admiral Villa ret hai The new frorti pomingo js are at clofely fquadron ffom Fliilhing and Havre de Grace had army but The French thbugh they ft ate in general terms that the news is do not mention any decifive advantage gained Touf We have oilier accounts which draw a very different picture of the ft ate of in they ftate that far from keeping on the defenfive Has refumed the often and with tremendous A Jamaica mail which arrived this morning has btought dated the of lail from wliich mention in fubftance that the Frehch had been defeated with great fictnels made great ravages among them j utat they Wert in want of and that UrileU ments arrived it was tnbughx the expV ditt n for the be A gentleman who came home in the packeii i hat the Nereid which aimed at Jamaica irom Domingo before the packet brought an account of a great battle having been foughti in which Leclert Sicknefs having much thinned the French Touf faint refolved to riik a general The French with iheir adherents to theVaniomit of twenty thvufand their ilreriglfi probably over wefe the Toumtnt had taken an advantagtfouft pofuion on the heights and lut fcrtil tle French to approach very when he chargeiVthem at all points with fuch refolution and effect alter a defperatc reliftance and dreadful they were forced to and leave the Blacks mailers of the Theic ac counts differ very materially from the French te legraphic As no given either in that difpatch or in the Jamaica we are unable to lay which has brought thelateft the mail or ihe veffel that is arrived at It is allowed account that the French meet with great and unexpected the harrafled by the climate and by Touf faints mode of and that much time will and much blood will be fpilt before he conqueft of the ifland The horrors of the couteft are faid to exceed all that have been experienced in any war in A ftrong and unexpected pppufition has mani fefted iifeif in the French Our readera that a has been propofed ior eftablifhing a Legion of tne nature of which we have already The propofi tioh was warmly recommended in the Tribunate by Lucien A Member of the name ot attacked it with fpint and with great ftrength of Heconfidered it as the introduction ot all hereditary and military Nobleffe tnio the who was Arohaflailor this jcounlry before the wwh apdl tohdeinned it decree Lucien Bonaparte snd Cbauvelin with fonie and inveighed agamft them having attacked tH Tfae was adopted by the Tribunate but thv divifion upon it was 56 to In the Legiflaiiye Body the oppolition was as Ourreaders that by the conflim tion ot that that aflfembly decides upon a plin without hearing fpeeches from any of its Orators from the and a deputation from the Tribunate plead before either for or againft any and the alFem bly proceeds to the after it has heard On the at the flifcuflion upon the Legion ot Honor was opened in the Legiflative Lucien Bonaparte defended and ani madverted upon the objections made to it in the At midnight he Legiflative Body divided and adopted the plan by a majority of 166 to So ftrong a minority has not been feen for iome time The principle of ettablifhing the Slave Trade has been after much oppofi The numbers were 56 for and againft in the Tribunate and ail for and 63 againft in the The treaty of Amiens has been unanimoi fly approved of by the lat ter a medal is ro ft commemorative of On the aoth the Legislative Body terminated iis A Dutch and Hamburgh mail arrived tbis The intelligence by the latter has been anticipated by the French A letter from the Hague by the Dutch mail that the Government have informed the Legiflature that the feveral ratifications of the definitive treaty have A pro rkmatioo been folemn thanbfgiving on the ad of We have received New York papers of the IJlb We do not find any confirmation of the fevere ftated in the laft accounts thro to have taken unlefa the affair at Crataporo was that alluded The accounts received from Domingo at were of the 27th of March from Port Republican are as follows The French are in of all the ports of the fouth but the brigands occu py moft of the interior of the north part General has juft taken pollemon of a very ftrong fortified polition near called This was taken by and a large party of blacks it is put to the Generals Touflaint and Deflalines made their ef and have fled to the Many of the white troops were The blacks are de fating and giving ihemfeves up to the The number of blacks in revolt is not Extract of a letter from Cape dated received at 11 In few days there fails a fquadron of French hips of war for the United XUit ters fittin fdir the Gefaeiai ito one ftjr General Boyeri arid1 one for the Municipa lity aavittng tne inhabitants and government to remove aiyd embirk their perfoni and property in eight or the end of that term ihe city and child in We are hdppy that a affair ai Lifbon is not Hketo ptoduce anr fsnous M from an officer recently from Lifbon on is not ftiut and from a fuppolition thai ft contraband JWinifter of They recommend fell their I nai all the din the ifif mould be fent immediately to V ind that the immediately difpatclred to J3 plenniul and al Northern Seas where timbrr ported by on the cqaAing trafa here is no Uj but that thefe We it from aathorhy table to us to flaie h I lutely pledging ourfeivies fo two Frenchmen have bttjfcl haying octafioned thtyjirtfe fire They taken I rift man deteftable HUMB and to be They had effect only in but he jTVT f i was iheir next operation was to be deflruflion of the at damage done is greater than ir was the models of were complexly t Six Regiments are immediately to be fenl r land to replace the FenciWertnd Mnitiji about to be two battalions of I aorh Battalion and 36th from ihe ire appointed lo this y Adifpatch has juft arrived from which brings jhar rhe province of Oude being taken into the hands of the Com Mnrfruis Jbtathtr is apeotnted with and under The Nabob is pen The Maiijuis Wellefjey is expejled to to immediately on his reWh from Luck without refuming hit fundlions feat of Barlow w ho was appointed fue cefTor to his Lordihip la cafe of death or fadden of exercife the futtes of the htgh office till the appointment is fettled at of fiares as follows By the letterf iaely received from Cape we are now enabled fotm a pretty correcl idea of the treatment which Americans receive and may exped from Leclerc and his The American vefleU which he found there on bis he immediately ept boats and veflels he put in requi fition at without paying H fmglefousm for which the were willing to pay fixreen dollars a the French Authorities feized and converted to their own paying at rate of twelve dollars only in other in bills on which can no where be even at adif couw of 30 per One an fortunate American Low had the folly to troft with a depofit of con hc Delufive W again for his for his be was to be the he offered the moft convincing L COBfeOMCUce of wflcll he buned his forrows and defpair in a watery It appears that the American fliips at Cape Fran CQJS meet with the moft fcandalourand treatment from the French the American has prefenwd a ftrong remonAranceaeainfl thefe AproclamaMOn of the Batavian Government been pirbUfhfd1 tvhtch we to find brearhes language very friendly to thw country and our Hague Correfpondent afTUres us that ita plan of hoflility to the commerce of which France may attempt to will be wilMngly adopted by our old allies This we neither do we entertain any very feriousap prehenfion that France will gain by fuch ao at The treafures of Spanifh fo long locked up by the now begin to flow tepidly into A letter from of 3oth of Since the arrival of the Argonaut with 19 hard I have thefamfadion to acquaint you of the new arrival we had the day before yefterday from and For the Far The fliip Peter 6 Tbe frigate Total 6 hard bcfidcs 319 bales Two of war and two frigates are ex peeled every and they are to bring of hard The abundance of money which fo many millions of dollars have diffufed through this and the expectation of muchmor have produced the moft beneficial effedt on the trade of ;