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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 1, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                tour THE FAR IS Central in Chief to ill Miajler tf Marine tit ffejJ Iort ftnitft ICV CITIKCN ivcd at fort and found the town un rliel and entirely It was rtot tbe cafe with tho town of which has been burnt by But there the and tie part of the South Irom is perfectly preferve I owe particular olv jijtioni to the Black General who conducted Jiimfcf extremely and maintained good order in that part of the All ihe Spanifli part is and art marching to eftablifli the The cruelty and barbarity of Touflaint without exam The we havt fou d in which liatre been delivered up to by the who have aban doned charactcrife loul equally hypocritical and I enclofe you one given me by General bat happily done the contrary to the he All the are on their march to proceed to Petite and occupy the important poll of Cretca where the enemy have their principal powder tleir principal depot of and where they appear to to defend tlKrmfeivet to Tbe great quantity of powder magazines which we have alreadyVkcn from and which we found in the tiilTe rent begin to render that central depot very cffca 1 left General at to protect the department of the ami 1 hope that the and Havre fquadrons will foon arrive at the The of ftoudtt and are iu The you have fent us from Bqurdeauthejin to arrive aod the providoning of tjic army is pncailricfs the Oxen fince the expedition of Touflaint into the Spauiflt patti The baggage of the enemy into the ot our fofdiers which and nbdpt to fupport the unheard of ot xhU tiiffi Ttot and great The Jpbntwew without antf the Adminiftration orga a fa cafe we experience rcfiftancc iu fj lfliali repair myfclf to the advanced Health and ruvtfatr Citizen Ventral ef temnoAJcr in thief of of at St 1 fciui to ory dear my is the bearer of the and wiHcommunicate to pa rny with which 1 have charged The of of the wifli to take away A great many flii pi of have atavcd and taken pofftfll of the of Port and of Fort Liberty i he Cape a hat fallen but enemy have I but and a plain of The been blown and every thing is The r s 1 treatonof thcUikf fotwcrty officer of the The Ccnetal of at this ttnotnent a Cordon at Crois des and all our other are the As tue place of jeremie is very ftrong from natural will maintain yourfclf and defend withthc courage which 1 know Put no confidence in the wtl otJttay you if they 1 fitir rnanilelt is the return of In t give ycu every thing you do will wefr Tiifc cultivators in make them fully feofibJcof this that they muft put no cotinilcnce itftliole active who have aly from the of trance who Would them for the purpufe of ucing tht of I have ijiven onlers to the f Brigiidc to burp the UIWA of the and alllhe in cafe fhould not be rcljft the foiceof the enemy and then all troops and tue cultivators would go to yotm Wilt come to a undcrftaiidiug with tteatral that you may tcxetatic wcUi you wijll employ all the female in plauting proviiimn ia great En deavoar to inform me well 4s you can of your pofition JJ 4Dj leave you abfolute mafter us from the moll horrible Health and The of Brigade eommanding the TV part Jvftufe to tin Miaifler of Marine ani the Colonitt tf Cafe board the Admirali Oaf tit 18 gtlt The qonqneft rcftoratibu of Domingo great object of rtuulic which 1 am ordered to Oil i all Thefleet kai ueglccxxd nothing to ijnfroiiant All tbe have the eoaft Is our mari timecomimatettcQnt eafyalk all and the re TolieM It in the interior of the the of tht that of war is fixcdi f he General in after the fubtuifliou of Mau as far at Purt by the muft forcing all the and driving and dif rhngvfacfore himall the troops of the But junction rJlh Gtrneral he fa tpwmaAd allthe plains iMm td and purfued Dcffaluics in the mountains ol Artibonite and Touiflaint and in the rear fome Ycgulur nod thoufmidt of Brigands f who are called here Icll upon tbe of tbe burnt 4 the hntritutions vf the pUin tif i the tjuartcr of Tcrrein aodbravett General Boycr under the ivailsof the Hopiul and the Petite General Boycr drafted from the fquadron all the foldicrs of the artillery of aud a corps or1 iloo contributed valiantly to the defence of tlie uuti the arrival of Hardys Armed nUccd at LctUe the river and all the points of the harbour that mifht lie They rcinaiuel there laug tjic danger Yet the General NUfter of the South of the by the fidelity of Peneral of the flAvant by of CUrvaux trauLLou and of all the deptrtmenti ofjhc Weitvby cuco of WilVt to deftmy principal force of lie collected under he orders of Deffalinesin a port amcU Crete aud in ihe mountains of the euvi Tins poft ctcfcuacd by two fortiot coQliderablc anJ pretty tiOiultt were wounded Ocucral rccciv d a ijlMU the aud four of his de Camp were ouuded near The men IcilM or w iiu the terrified at the audacity of our d pbflinacy in purfuing them into thefe mo u Iccing hcliues their dcftroyed hy having exhauftftl their fucccfs of a continued tcpk of evacuating Crete a They vmvhtlraul by bur guve them 49 Georral Tfmly fit out with to proceed to the plain of the arid ifre envi ron of the and after the nvuft pafrifOl fosmed a juiutiori with General LuriPg different ing under bit the black being and buH the of Lit Mole and all the coafl fecoriiltd the of h Off his RearAditiiral with very final rtpclled forlunatvrjr ail the of the and to the culture of the well to the inotlier the nrh 6T Valitre and Fort Liherte Two fliips of the line and a frigate have been ronftantty under and the with the fmall number of Aildkrs uiider hit the pf the honours of hit Citizen it fubftance of the events which the campaign altordcd during the whole month of More circttmftiutial will tranTmitted to Govcrnmcptby the General in natoral of he merit and tjic advantages of all ilicfe particular The o of Wear AUmiril has continued lation at Port and at tluf important of the cballs uf the well anff of the TheAdmiral limfclf Cdroe to ijie Cpc the 9th tn concert with me upon the tntrufti a to The pilotj whom ie toot tloit the Foudroyant to he ground and the Republic Was near lofing one of ineft the activity of the fafeti icr from the danger into which flie had been brought by he unflcilfulncfs 01 the pilot i flic got with the lufs of icr which has been replace J fpcedily She going to return immediately Porj hither General Latouche returned two days ihefecvi The jean Bart conveyed him Madame and ftveral bc 1hc hips and arrived at the 2apethc III The rom iUvre enters on the the and jotb of the ante The diflerent fltips Uuded whofe arrival has given great plcafure to the aud completed the eonilemation uf the 1hc flute Rliinpceros arfd the which France with the on the 99ih and 30th of after a very long lay at Coriuina Captain cdmmanding tbe frigate met at on the lad a trading vffcl caUd the General Le the Captain of which that he left the Dutch divifion at 1 iVared peV drhiy happily his divifion Arrived without without Two thoufantl five hundred ave which the njns to a numlfer more than I lend the of our allies where their Admjrftl willies to proceed and i expert to fail on the fame day with tfie the the the he frigate aud rite flace The and Tourville will follow as fooo inifhcd their I hall return te laving no longer otcaCon for the prcfcncc of fo large a The frigate Ltodicnhe and fent tn Jaco de to fearch formulatto who wiflied againft Drought kbuut 350 tolortftepntilican The Eriglifh tlic appeared the the Cape tin the March i having quitted his Cape Icain the fate ol an Knglifli accbrdmg to a had been or detained by one of Twuflaiiits ru He moored iu the road and we received him with fame rcfpect which VicrAdmiral wrtrth Captain of theCoroetic 1 flatter Ielf that his officers will heir tcftimony to the and td ourN for the niaiutcnaoce of the biiwten the two The Spanifli Government of the HavanBah d to furnifh all Uie iflillance which it cbulci fparc tticy grantedthe which wre and fome articles of As to America flour is dearer at the Havupuaii than at Domingo and wc ine befidn fo far as to have no longer any Cttizen praifei frank cordUHy of the and conftant loyilty of AdjnirAl who fuffcrs no opporlwnity of being tiletul to us to pafs It it alfo juft toattribute the of tin million partly to the character aud talents this admjuif I fliall fend the Gennaro and the to the Havannah the in cimfequencc uf having on 15 inches of water in au h J ilrongty prefg the Suanifli Government ru promote the repair of thclc and tbe Captains have iitivc orders not to fuca day in returning to when they hall he in condition to TELEGRAPHIC May II Adtniraf whg left the ioth Gtmiiv4l April with eight fail of the liae of fyiw la arrived There was nothing new at Domingo fincc the de parture of the Our hud fct on again in purfuit of JOUSE OF MAY MAT Yefkerday a aud an litrglifli veflel arrived at Dover both of which an account of a Duel having been Gtuerali Hcrtbier and which the former was killed on the As vccount both from and it entuleU to feme degree of The rqxirta that aa artempt had becu made on the life of the ChitV Thcfc veflels brought ho French s Extract of a private letter frotji May There been as yet any thing publiflicd cither officially or refpeetiiig the reported the 5th of All that is certainly knotvn on the fubjcct that no Icfs than ao of the French Gvnerals are cither in confinement or in Angereau and MafTena were conduced three days lince to the Caftlc of Vinccn which ywu muft recollect was an ancient about a league from The tiik mounting guard ai the TlxuilicriM is at prefcnt performed by tlic Corps who were before called to that 1 lufc are body of brave even to who Bonaparte botli in Itxly and and his he has attached tohin per The Grenadiers of the who bf tore this duty at the are till at the barracks of and Rut from to which places they were fcnt on thejtii It is fuppufcd that they previoufly to tbe arrival of 1500 thofeu whom the Italian Republic it about to feud js a guard of honor to The following is whjfpercd to have been the plan of the foldier was to have dvlivcrcd him petition at the moment when the light were per forming a ceitain which was to be the fignal lor one of the eonipirators nViog a piftol at the Firft It is pretended that lioiirtparre was informed f the wliolc defign that he took the and at the fame time made a motion with his hand for the light not to The iignak hiving thus aOallin had no opportunity of executing hit If was that Fourmer was charged to fire the piftol but that the accomplices fearing would not ailoife him to come to Paris till juft at the moment when the alTafli nation to have taken AU their precautions could not however prevent his arrival twentyfour hours before the time agreed and it was within fuch period hurried away by an emotion of pafllon againft he betrayed and fuflcrwf fume to efcapc which were reported to the Firft and thui the plot of the AAtf f Thf thtfday for the fceond ifeaiing olflhe Bill alioirflupj the practice of aiiil nitrg being DENT obferved that he fltould refenre himfelf to rtply to which might Tie urged againft Sir RlCHARt HiLL trrifted the meafure would meet the approbation the were called upan to be the of two who were denied by nature IN and c6nfcqiicntly could not fpeak for The Bill went to abolifh a practice wjiich the common the the detof itntl the piety of the would concur in He could frate a few with rcfpect to die heathenifli which tend to fct it initwAruc The Baronet thn feaJ an extract from tht Bury which ftatcd that which in themorning was tame ana fuftcned to a ring and gored till it bccaine furious it was theft bailed by and more brutal to danger of the of that place after iKing batted For feme it got but fccured and again faftenfd with aud his cnt Good JSod faid the what an we live when a poor dumb given by the for the fupport and fuccour of and H whom he ought to be tender and tortured by are wprfc than He then read an ab Irracl ftom a Lancashire to the fame a poor man was gored to and left a wife and a large totally The read feyeral other and Sir Mathew Hales trti and obfcrved it the attention of perfons to regard the faying of the wifcft pan whom had fuffered to live he meant King That wife man mertifwl man fhewjtth mercy to his bcaftjbut inprcy of the wicked man This fentiment had ban called in quefhon in tins whatever it ifiight hare been in a neighbouring Baronet ngjrt read an abftract of a let ter whifhhe received fKm giving a defcrip fion of a man having been ran killed by a furious BM f A hud Imtgb Bargnet faid he did not mean this fur he tTid not fuppofq but that if it ir harm culver ntan or heart he meant a He did not wpriiler at tht indifference withwhic1 fome GenrlemctJ treated He had a number of againft the be would not but offer one or two a Hcctmjuted Gentlemen not to be fo merry it 4 ICTIQUS the caufe of mercy which fpoke loudly for A Bill had patted iu to the practice in that king tlom and he trufjedlifie profcnt Bill would have the fup port nf the irifh as they hat proved to Ix fo favourable own The Houfe arid Country had heard of a and he hoped thk as it had given fuch univcrfal their cars would not be grated with and that they would confcm to fign a Definitive Trejty between the Dogs and the Balls It had Wen that the fpirit of tht Country would be degraded if this amufe ment was prevented but he to if manlitieii coald be degraded by humanity He implored the Houfe to look at the conduct1 of the Spanifli nation with regard to this They have thdir bull feafts on the which is difgracefui to any civilized of the at one of thefe lefs than 13 horfcs and trcrt Was this a proof of the manlinefs or the chrifliaoity of that country Thofe how let Ittofe to ourbulls are tied If the latter were to be Itt loofe to coutund with the all thofe Gentlemen who now fupported the mfaftjrc would have a different The Baronet concluded with calling on the Honfe to fupport the W1NDHAM Warned the habit which had lately very of making trifles the objects of lc giftativc All penal laws were in their nature and only endured on account of the greater tvils they prevent but present object was one of too mi too trivial a nature to call for the application of fuch a great evil attending the introduction of trifling bilU intothe that they often paflcd without NoticeR were fent to in forming them that fuch abiifincfe waste come on on fuch Gentlemen there fore attended in order to vote for the riieafures of their wiihmit coiifidering who thcr they were right or the greater part of thefiualler bufinefs that paflcd through tht was not of a nature to excite any intereft wtrc it not for thefe The that Gentlemen often right or merely by It was by chance that he came into the Houfc fome years Bill of this kind waa parting through and would moft probably havebeen had he not called their Attention The manrrer in which Gen tlemen were always inclined to treat this ftioject ought not to efcape They a clofc pjring iort look at but avoided every thing like a coui prehcnfivc The Horu Baronet bad talked fu raw and fradlured This was a way of feiziug Honfe by ftirprize and getting the Bill carried by Let tjie put other cruelties under a ot au equal magnifying and if their horror did not they woUld at Icaft find that thofe other cruelties did not bear an inferior proportion to of which they What did the Houfe think of horfcracing and hunting had no feeling for the animals whkh were tlie objects of thifc there nothing like cruelty in czptrintcnts of on living animals The glafs which the Houfe ought to ufe on the prefent he hoped would not rcfemble that tmploytd by tht introducers of this Billj but would be of a much greater focus and tak in all the object at If the Cucft hu man face were viewed through a what woul be the effect It would appear a mafs of The minute would afiume afpcct of deep caverns thc loft down of the cheek would referable hogs briftlcs the curious Jnfpector would turn from it with difgufr was the effect of the diftorted view which had been taken of There had been many attempts to reform the Britifh and the way was to trefqfni ihe manners of the Twa parties ew tkconc themodern the other dercendants1 of the antient both equally form of Government that happily exifts in this It was well known that the latter always declaimed againft what they called letvJ fforti and ttrijin Hoftility to every kind of foundation of the Charter of their It wat thvlr grand object to give to the people of this couatry a difcontentcd aod therefore they natu rally wifhed to let them againft fprts of every kind This was the point ou lie joined iflue with the flip portcm of the He wiflud fee the manners of the people improved fee them better more dutiful more parents but he hoped be would ntver ice them a flu me that anti auflere which belongs we commonly call a and which everf amiable focial trait in human Vhe progrefs jaf Methodism had already a great in altering the Englifli cha The Methodilb generally fucceeded bcft ih mak ing converts among the lubquring Their tools are aud they work well upon a rough The Jaco bins and the Methodifts were both at work at the faane and the fame to clear and prepare the and to render it fruitful for their purpofcs in due The Jacobin Let the labourer lays the hy all means let him reud he may read your Republican if he will content to look into my religious tracta Or the Jacobin will Very willingly the and Poor let fiiffi read your to my political by and was well acquainted with the ferocity of ltl hut he pretty confident no eoc or were to be found in the Corn but bteaufe t country tnat kid of charaifter t Wjndam rtw tore to his fellow workme tiicir r j tended to dinary fports of the i them read nod When bills of thit kind were v no wondtr thedifcuflrbn He howewr was not to he WAtnetf for fault with thofe who fcmight m the flood for her picture he he He no pleafure from ao mort than fcpm or Cruelly he ktKW yat notUiiobJca of theft They did not ttnfce could no more give an vecrmut of on whkh fome men became enamoured of hinting than tfiat on were attached to He could Qulv fav that both found thefr pleafurwn ffeefe amlhe diir not fee why contemplating the courage of the buHdoC was not rational a fource of amufemeht aV fagadty of the or Gcnilemcn fond of I therewit no crutltyinthat Ninc hot of t W njoft fenBbiiity practffed tlic anulrmcnt and fair ladies ufed to it had descended to the lower orderj and wS there fore a very bad TAe rich haw theit their and common people are excluded aHitiicfe by and from of them by an organ on a not prodtwcmore fchfationsin the ear of than afiddlfrarftfdar n of the week in Senrimintar had often defer i bed the oblervey in France in when the whole village t0rnc4 out to dance of an Were i in this the firft cry fee to fend for thr con renicmbereda cafe ago near Bcrkelcyftjnarc the wholcitoeighhouriiood was thrown inio and he went in company gcntjeman who had fluee the late Harvey to inquire f he caufe On afki ng a u he have actually eaugli t them in the fact they were as if be cooceived it a of ami to a black fidler The effect of the poors he had fluence in producing this hoftilfty to amufeWient With regard to the cruelty of Gentlemen certain that the bull did nut experience plcafure front jt f far from feeling he fttisraction Bolls tjha lavc once bfeh baited are eager to attack the than are theirforeyalTed Gent lemcn certainly wokld not deny the dog had pleafurc in the In was the fcaft cruel of field fports fo cherifhcd thefe which were the bcft fupport of and tlubeft protection bbthttf the Church and the the French and during the wrour own whv were men who the greateft cruelties t Not the country No vJwt the very men who active in crying out againft foelt who talked fmocthly againft all horrid frank but likt razors let with cut the Every one knew that hlbit and character poflcfs thcgreat cft infturnce nn human Tbrn ftruts a Will fnoaks a an exceeding The country gentleman follows his fport cruelty never is his object but thofe who declaim againft fuch amuftrnents have often very1 badt If the preftnt Bill fhould he would move for leave to bring in one to do away and all the cruel amufements of the higher COUR TEN AY could not regard this as a too trifling for Certainly amiable virtue of the If all tfiolc noble fecliugs which therupport of the Church and the State had their origin in the Honfe cpuld not be occupied by the cotifideration of a more important Tlw Oentltrnm hid clearly that Jacobinifm and Me thodifm ivere leagued to pull down bullbaiting that Reform had heen and the Conftitution pfe ferved by bullbaiting and that the heft foldiers were found in thole quarters where this practice moft With all thefe recommendations to the could the HouTe hclitate a moment iu throwing out the Bill The has alfo made it perfectly plain that the hull is plcufed in being baited but it was to be re that in that notion be had not nfual merit tif He borrowed his argument from Lockes principle of the aflociaiioa of Though the bull at firft in he aflociatcs pleaiwrahie with the recollection of the and is on tbe fceond Iu the fame bears are taught to by being placed on hot iron while their inflructor btats a drum or upou A Wheni they have been practifcd this they always get up and doce upon hearing the found of a without any autftancc from the burning Who will fay that this not juft fuch another inlianct of As little was the Gentleman original in his illuftration drawn from the b auty of the human countenance viewed by a nucrofco pic Here he feemcd to have borrowed from a will known Gullivers He nikift have bad in his eye the ftory of the Maid of Honor at the Court who ufed to place Gulliwpaftridequ her faw cavirna and on her thought her a moft difgufting picture of de though flic was followed and Adored by all the beaux of thi Thefe trifling flips would have the of making any reflecting man fup port the Good were this Preliminary Treaty of Peace figncd between the Dogs and the Bulls to be func tioned hy the the CToiiftitution would be totally ruinet Now that there are no on the longer any bloodybattles by fea or what would Exmini fttrs do to anuife were itnot for baiting f If this abominable bill ia fpito of allop politioo hoped at lea a claulc would be intro felting apart lomc lacrtd Jpot iu Norfolk pr Buck inghamfhire for perpetuating a practice fo and which young fludents might attend as a He cauld not withhold his fupport from a practice which wan the chief fupport of our glorious Conftitution i be muft there lore oppofc the General the advantages ofbul which was fo popular a that a bull found the moft attractive tign at an and in fome places they fliowcd their rcfpect for the animal by paint ing him with of and gilding the horns and certain other An Friend of his had a that had raifed a regiment of and another altogether to 1300 infomuth that the bull wag tailed the recruiting in a andcloquent replica to the arguments of If bullbaiting fo Vfaerobic for its fo 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