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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 5, 1802, Dublin, Dublin v MAY Our Republic basins to aflumea eomplee there is at prefent vShfch wetti the old rather the new order of The DpartmemalGoternroeau littlf of the Provincial Governments each be fnrflewhat more mafler on his own than tor iome years decent introduced the citizens returning to tneir Trench papers of the atttb re ceived Uft contain a appropriate claffes whjiJearnrtcHfb even old raifed to their former of elevation with all are again exhibited to vWtiv j liveries once tnnre adorn the of rfeats of tmclfionjfpr great again creeled jo and ihe jEcclefifttip people tbtieif religion and their i tbii wfraclorvVrin all V ii rurgend the order t yur th i public of peaceable tiont publtftwd Italian c14 in one oL tlrf upon to ferent we vacant fi partotents whicK Srdownj d i fe the The Minfftei oi T uilif ttf tTreaiu njrt iii their difltrent depart ire of in tliis of thete papers to of OA the v eceived y irtform us the eM Hflft JgifrsMtiij no fciflfc whatever 011 nancrs and the thGtivfcinbeht General Geneva about Wddle oflatt inopwhV ai wJHfch piate he pafled The plaji far inveftilrtg Bojbpnp Ijfe with nil the brilliant if wieet been tajjiiil that might have with a frttt andeffeiflual1 vote with and their npimonts taken tv if h iifh that it evidently intended to te rendered an iJenetral Berthicr has certified to the Mjmfter at tie unanimous coofentof ihe whol nuw at Tivb deparimen of the pf de ii nosv St Tfetter id the Monittfbrv and remedy ivhtdh he nirtbded to levy in A Dwcb vfd wjjort of the kmgbF at f 1 nil whieh in tht Prince of the and is to lift daViwM the coiirfe of Lcttejr ffenVTDoytr thji menjtionsi W due xjhie tb Erench on the bJwv which KrAnco it led wav ro Brinft Irf our rational olat tlie relVoration the i i hours of alwiftft He gives Wefttiihaliav littleIfisne 0 IL JG htrtiairf fcis py e jreaty of by Waffiln Jrmcipal mter Vfe dppofecl v i re to di f tutberii hve 10 yield to ftfpe 1 I 13 il Jeida Hiiii V 111 CIV tw affairs ofEurope are trufled mpbds parad bs qiyf damped thVottiK lajd by 3fenw in th oP la tue prn Hy ht trutagrei T WMA that panied maiy the ttveMUtttticii jn name ol their the The T ptT js uep has lueed the and all Ma niomwt to and fien thcw cal wry men admire Poliiicijirnipn ttie Pfople i ihe Drench adore ie jreac aorc a cannot fufficiently exptefvith with the V Several they arisWpWf hovering reral pirattcai veffels have of sfpoken b the t Of aWritffei i ii n the It U cHwtcK at of i tbe the Saviour further to o of yoUt taiat rial bcnefiiato 3 fociety in gene ronH thf efu lfl Oxford weelt fjurourite faatj ana gave t flewrdifedlly at the occafioned hiy1 Us claws whick a period to andlearijed to know fntention of Miniftcri to lay any informaiioTl KlUTtf JNt A J withhold any rbatevcr ou JBfetfttS 10 great to Jrel id appenredfa a oS i j her fueh1 of lain ftcfr liberty to to thefc ha for Irothfi every man iailic Militiawiofe time f Jtiired He 1J i V MAiiuvir By jwy fflln tne td go and enliftwhciethey raftgenvfor he fltfeaW fay nutkl VICKHAM faid the Y at WAR ragf a Bill deijlajred tor of the OeaUemaff ap phcd pnniinle of tlie ofmen from and nd introdubid by his Ixiirned of pubtick trusted the H refill obtrtiijtd on aniiby dnr VWceof tlw bett men io thctgi irpeotUjiaanij arid Tiit1 in wtcoprle of thii Selucn to to this part of in itt e of of fuch faen to Arpnidii vas to make its Minirtcre at kift iiide ligioa withcut ho wbUld be VAtfl tp tbftkilbr natiwaAtriftquil Wfafr ftoirity IB order t6 crtafe the places of in thofe where the jpopjulation hadJoereafedLand JBjw gtving a com petence to all dffies QM them in the exerciie of a yittqal rftpeat of Stat the Ctorgymaa of the property he n feito Bii i j JisipcCilpq jif any but eft aiU the caprice qi an infttad oiTelKng that pojwer u which tke BJlibfefjoic the with the refideacc of fikrgy i a poiWr for aad wbicb the Houfehad i W The Bip before the promoted p do ajvay of io tUcfe trintfer the Government of the Clergy to ifaofe who enirufted with the OoVernment The could only cnFofct tne mere corporcaVprec fence of the Wduld tWr Hpufc think Pf the propbmlrtn of a JUw toenforce fcfidcafce ofthe oi fhe llrial Coprtof Mttr f an3 hould not bavs the reflation of their wclJai other f fie faV reafon It suit yet the1 Clergy not with negljecVol their t of Henry difcrcditablctothe for totae fWl tri bunals tnforce the rcfiuence of the it p4flcoran indiretft ccnfure who were at the bead Church a from practice of tWl Other and othtf Ckrijflian He yifai unwilling to CJtppfti the Clergy hv of of to wljich he was an enw that bulldags in he would not like to tlveir clerical The agreed the felf into long cVirivcrfatjon cnfucd on At of Sir SCOTTt it ordered repart which was and was ordered to fitagdta Ott Wctfe I v c i
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