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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 3, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                26 Murat is arrived here from The cold fit the Hague was nrnre intenle onhe than was ever remembered at the The ground was covered with four inches They write from that all the Eaftern part of is me naced with a frightful in conftqaence p theexceffivedrynefsof Queen of Naples is in a ftate of HerMa jefty has made a prefent to her phyfician of a fa perb enriched with The advices received during the laft week from the dofifinent have been extremely It confeffed at length by the official paper of the French that the raining fea fon is in before the Republican General has been able toaccprhplifh any definitive blow flgaiiifV the Negro Army and thetr 15 faicl to have made overtures towards a but ihis affemori is and teems intended as H colour and finilh to the We are the more inclined to confider rts the intemperate manner in which he is treated by is evidently more calcu lated for a Parifian onda Royal Election than for the flate of things in ilie Wed In the mean we cannot give im blicit faith to the papers or Recounts received from Faris and the French it is certain that the ambitious defign of the Chief Coriful has met with fecrec obftaclcs and dangers whichhave only been tobe fur mounted bVjthts exercife of his Several been Jbanifhedfrorn the one officer is fhrewd iy of havingconfpired againft the life of It has everbeen cpnfi lenily affened that didhot Qhief de f he perfon incuU report j but the or myflery voWerveci Jjy the Republican denies us any J ijhan that die Firft Coriful Knot j1 arrived off extraordinary intelligence that Ad ijttirat de Winter had failed from the with fail of the line and the Me Perhaps domination is by an effjOr yf the for the Cape of Lettersfrom Hamburgh the of the PWnce of Salrn is to fl more V Ithan was at firft The EmT fully approved of every thing has JenipojtcntTaty tqTfteCircle of Lhvyfrl and de of Thejr Have already interm Yeflerday w as celebrated ai Merchant Taylors the Anntverfary of the BirthDay of the William who completed his Lord Spencer in It n fete of which the country had a right to be for the meeting dilated by juft ferife eminent amid ft a war of unexampled pf dreadful Vi of perils that ihreateinued thVdeliru5tion of evfcty thing moft dear to and of cala mi ties which it was fcareely thought noffible for human wifdom to prefefved tniscotlntry from eftablifhed irs more perma extended its and retawed its liberties uncontaminated by the peftilential doc trines of anarchy and His his his ftrmnets and rallied not only around the Thmne and CJnfttruiiou of this but the gemral canfe of facial order and civilization ihroughour the the enemies of licemioulrtefs and Ja It was firft propofed that the mrering h uld be held at the London but the applicnttons fvir tickets were that it was found provide acontmodation for ihe vifi The place was therefore changed with the confeflt of the Merchant Taylors Company to their The doors were opened foon after four when the comprtny Col e fled the rooms were occupied as ol The large Room contaMiid The fecond Rpom The third Room All ajo qii jjated the The Prince a celebrated Bfal amount of the fumsrer of JhtU than jjjjg ottndWetgVt crrtsnbwl quartern The dinner was from the London at a guinea a and terved tip about n pajft fix The arrangement the up per end of the room appeared Ear Spencers right fat the Dtike of Lords and the Marquis ol Lord Grenvillej on the left were Earls ring Upon the entrance of MarquU Coruwallis a ge neral burft of which for fome he had taken his tty vifitors were i Marquifles Wercefter Earls Effex 1 Gwydirv Hoodj theSolicitor Sir Sir Mildiriay1 Aftlcnncn Flower Addington Shaw When given as a ail company joijied Save the King This FHnee smd Princefs ol y and reft oyal afiervyards and was i hullitl tlic fqiSd wliiriwilaJ nulled the ITislky if ne longer dark i When our perils aro hall our to the Pilot that weatherd the ftorm f At the of let Flattery fawn j Let Faction her ikoli tnctol To inliiiinblc retirement Unbtimd may the accents oi OratUwdc And lhall aot lit mcoCry tor Brhatn bt example with ctnrjr A unbiafsd by iiureft or uiitaiutcd by 7 T when Terror and doubt throughthe tmiverfe and Treafon their The heart add the Hopes of country And cnc kingdom prefeivd midfttheWreck of the world we baflc in While beams of the Sun in full matefty into wtlvfottdhcfa we And mark the mild luRjTc that gilds hif So fUtt when of thy greathcfs Thv ttijr virtuei we fondly recall A juftly we prize t when loft we deplore Adntird in but lovd in thy fall O by wifdom For by courage and coaftancy for a Throne by thy The thanks of a thy firmnefs has favd J And O if again the rude whirlwind hould The dawiitug of Pcaceffliould frefli darknefs deMrm The regrets of the and the fears of the Shad turn to the Pilot that weatherd the dorm L The points ond femiments contained in this beautiful which w faid mhave been written by were applied to the of Pitt during his with inde fcribible which in the moft ftattering the fcnfo entertained hy thp of his meMtorioils Several other toafts were principally the Naval and Military Characters of ihe comifryy and The Wlot that ueaihered the wiih the above were The health of Marquis Cornwallis was then draijk with the naoft general and thufiaflic The company brokeup half paft ten To the ot rhe COUNTY Of pMCQUKAGED toy a IptcrtjjV have welgnt In jfwr I myfell to become one jpf yWrf Caodid Genefat The foiag tjnif Iny ci life wat loft in acfence of and your independanccjrom foreign fented emrjpUeni addri fetlinrt and FarnUy rnuft ever tbc atcriHiVg to and mote to the County and City Of authorifet degree to make appeal to yCiir Should 1 be fo iortotute to ful ttfeflull be pafled in endtivourinp o promote thJ perttr of that 1 fllall be ft happy as to rtw The important of i and embratinjg a trad of country i allow me for the moment to render my perfoiul I to you as it confiftcntVith I flvall not fail upoo you and to your kiiicl interell in my I have honor to with the grcsrtfl moft obedient and devotet humble WILLIAM OARDW PREEHQI of the COONTY of Stodts a further yefletday of lialfvper ani fuch opinion in though Dividend left nff at for opening being p SCOTCH Brit r Rnfsthirej ihire Fifeihtrej j Af r And j Forfarlhite i of a Ute cleffs were mad in the opened in the that as it barns much IwigeMhan that cornmonly great corernony at r fbUqwtd the body im foot upwards olf rwo 11 Ths procefiion was formed of the a nttmber Wehavchewrd it that his Vas graciottfly intimated his infentupn of remitting the lenteiices fif ofthe trjsnt bin Wednefday after he has to the God ot Mercies for the as cordially any oecafion IBarJ previoufly to his prnpofing Pitts to ftate to the fhat hjiiad thaiiworning received a hich he of M Huh wa hai of IK Jionor tiii andthofff who com cdnferon hirtt thnt day j that however flranUfttf fie was ihis tefli niony cieft efxcufes far de lining his pcffunal attendatice j iliar of the meetirrg would the bf his abfence bVii recblfeH vvjtli gheatfeV and very flattering of his Eorl reading the JlhJrVly that although they all fincerdy his yet That none would leTs cordially unite with him in drink ing this country indebted for preferyarion of isrjghuand The toafl th6n with three and was loudty reHcratad from all ofthitf with univerlal wavingof Iwls and occafionr Mr Digtium introdyced an appropriate tcftjie turie of the it is y Lord oiM the whofe genius iod judgment and commerce ful riiertorial deny f No juft toMis cUini Of a Patriots licy truft merit HcineiDher with pride what by was And hallow the day rave birth to i 3cuatcdccrced herWorthicj civic revjards flic encircled tlicir brows N To a trHeBritifli Worthy WB pftur our While biir Senate her Ordtrof Merit bcftuwg v Amtdft Europe perfuafioua Britains Councils he rouidher Heroes toarms j dread wreck of nations hercmpire maiittaiudy Kec credit putch bnfily employed it fitting out mips for the whale and every is no too rotten to gu is geiting in readineft to Catch Nc tkcs in our Fete ifTiatl the true Feaft of fftafonrthe fouls foehl the we the Galfic fraternal fimoracc diiavpw Jtctprefled W6 indulge in our And bright planet that ruld Round the orbit of O long may u attcodAnt circling their ihe of appears that of land had been ap propriated under the Spanilh nnd that there rerrtftihsat the difpofal of our Govern the of 27x0 divifions of of 338 acres of or acrts in It likewife thgt the white at the time WM aigi j people of co lour flaves j aud wertplamed inalmpft ry by ordej pf fhe of that previous to the day of geuisral thankf In point of and we may confidently that a more refpeclable AfTembfy was never qollecHed upon fuch and it is more particularly honourable to that they thus maniferted their fenfe of his invflUiable when he no longer able to the favours of his To the TT was not my mtentkm ft rea the probsbltTJiffblutiofi of to 1 puWtcldy hurabUs that nyi dua M your to of my lity proved my Uitieiyto oVy and to feryc as two Gcntlemjui have offered Jljemfeivcs ta I deferentrwting the nuance of tKat Support which has fo honorably in the Station I now fill that I confider the heiuor rcprcfcnciag the County of Du inlarljamtuit as tlic hiiheft that Can rufcrred on and cndcareur to mcrrtit by indc attention to the tranquiiify attd profperity of our and the promotion of huerclt of Believe me to by vjith MvStbifhtfft YoarmofrfaittlfuVandkofcfiacdhinnble Tothc iihd of iic COUNTY A SEVERE and tedious1 I me from returning to and The follow ing cifcumflancesare related1 in n let terfrom Bengal relpecling tire of thp of Oudus territory to the Com pivny We are not yet fvilly apprized tjie were Hfed injluce the Ndbb make this ceflion all for everal morrths the agents of Marquis Wellefley negotiations fur pur p fe rffjjc at firft refufcd tj liften trwjm tliat he evon iwfiftedjthe of Henry difpatchfd from to give the reprefentations Colonel Siott thit he did not untH General Lake threw bridge at diflantotSTjr fifty mileifrom the capi and iflfiKd Vitders tr the troops to be in to the Lieutenant Governor of the ceded Oir fuccefs was by his the Moft Noble by His Excollcncy tha Mpft Noble the On the near Be His Exccvlcnoy the JWbft Noble the GovtfnprGenerat having this day ratified a Treaty concluded at an the loth by the Henry Wellcfley and Colonel and in the narnc of the Gover between Honourable the Eaftludia Com panyand Excellency the Nawaub by which Treaty thf hasceded to the Honourable Company in of his Ex cellency the tdtrJtarial yielding kn annual revenue of rone crorc and of in contmutation of thafuuffdy hitherto pay able to ihe Comnany by the w that a rpyalfalutc and extra bafta fcrvcd fo the troops at Fort William and1 at all the garri the army in honour of rtiw At laft bad by lie and the dwelling VThe mantvai forced by the yioence of olwrtc pea of 6W upon the where he temainedjapjikriefttlyin lifelefs rtiV of Reftifcitarion providentially reftored aiwitQaiion now enjoys life ftvemh inftance of the apparentlydead by tghtning hav ing been refiored by the medicaj afliflance Humane petted to have done long ft ticer and me great lead by my abftncc 1 flioold have fwfeitedlany pa your My greateft amUitibu and half to merit yoar favour I hopell fhall have the hanWoTpaying you in and and Protcdtoa s the J v v I Your moftfaithfuUBd obedient humjjle Td the ELECTORS of tsiie Sup1 feel myfclf called irpon return my Happy iu the opportiidity of fbllcltlng the honor to I come ooe of your and encouraged by I the fupport from the moll refpeAa blc In t ere ft s our and the repeated tetlimoniw of attachment fo uncqiuvocaHy by my many other fed a in and I in the profpeiSt of being abls toaflert and maintain your Independence agatnA Dteply gtatftfuV for rite eordlml rcerptiott 1 nave beeu honoured and Uedatations in my I prcfumc flaticr that fi higKlv liberal and will grove fey their cfTeSs slut they have been neither nor I have the fineere and faithful i it JLQUCHE To an ot Her mgii miuit inje nations this city may Though his ftatue may his memry will The great and the good live again in their race Ere to times diftant Our marble The fame that now and will know no decay Our Fathers example brcaA hall And well houor the as they honord the The late fear of Earl Spencer then addrefled the We baye heard withpleafure a very excellent glee the ftormy and I now beg to give you f he Pilot that weathered the ftotm I The todft produced the moft enthufiaflic and Dignum the for tbeoccnfun COURT OF a public natutejjjijfle to be heard in thus on Wedflrfiiiy tt was a bill filed by Ms1 MajeHys againft Rpbert Hlay writer in an account of certain boiintjcs received by him for the countyof underithe of raifing commonly called the Qjiota A5U vvhich was alledgednor trvbe by him fully accounted for to the feamen entitled 10 the cattfe was ready to arguedf fubmitted its decifiaij to the a ward of the Lord and the made an order for ftich having rhe force of a When thjjt was the Lord Chief Baron took remark the propriety of the Officers of the having inftituted this artd of bringing it to an xvtth every degree of and fiilleft inveftigation of its cir be highly fatiifadofy to the public at as well as to the fearnernri parti to firfd that Government is always ready to liften to theit and 10 fpare no trouble or expence to have juflice done in that ample fatisfa5fory to which theirferviccito their entitles general report 6f a diflblutton of A and the flattering fupport which myr Family on former occafions have met to your cdnfidrratiou as a Candidate fop howr of Mprefenting County onthe flrft va ShouldI be fo fortunate as to meet with youc atiotiv ttr fliall Always be my ftudy faithfully to dif the truft rcpofed in have the honor to QentleiJieni Youc nioft 6bodie4itind fsitfcfuLhumWe PETBR LA J Do Now1 80 1GENSLA1 having artfen on the thofo Men whdfb time off nor arc entitled to finafc difdviree on the of their rtfjieiaive rcgi mcAMiirritIfbught on a full confidcrWiou of the ol that Udvc pafled relating to thc toexplain fcy a General chat notwith of Aas ciprefledi in a paragraph of the Circular Letter iflucU ther WarOffiefcoii the Colonels of that all the Men ofthe MiKtia which arc or fliall be difembodied except permanent and fulJf difchargd ftottt tlteir rcfpedivc and are at liberty to r to theif feveril without being liable called upon again for the fcrvice of the Militia unil former or to enlift Foi fhall thiJik fit S58ncd WM be 43TTHE A new u pofition for dcltroying RAJ THE tvlrbratefl PrnfefFor pf Chemiftry in the Univerfity of Physician ifto bis MajeOy for Scotlandi invented thit efRcacy at in anfwertng the end re not to be equalled in Europe in it is warranted infallible the application is thew pence and the cflVt certain what render ftill more valuable the fatetv attending its as th vermin neither nor vumit after taking nor will tatscat of ic ThrsPowder isequally powerful in dcflrokig Water Rats and It w recommended for clearing all Farmers before tfcey take in their alfo to Mafttrs of and who will oa one trial witnefs hs amazing by dcftroying the ratt on Its fuccqfa in the Sugar and in hot where it of rats that devoured the corn as faft out of the well the attention of Sold in with printed directions 8hdV Britillt Wholcfale and by WilUwn 9v Damcttrcef agent fur Ireland alfo at MDonncfS Effexftrm and   

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