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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 10, 1802, Dublin, Dublin undcr the ccnfoliddticn fur 38 years tudulcuigthe I per and 55 per central apd the 4 st no advantae could be OP JUNE 3 USE CQRRY that on the Union of Oreit ft had been determined to make to the Officers under thr former Irifli ftr any diminution of which thi dergo HI confenuence of the The of fuflitred in conftquence been granted to the late Chjritdlof for life t bjtf aKthis compenfation did not kftlHli the held that under the fisnte diminutioii before that COfflpeTS It wnwwflsry to give a proper re I it MM that alter reaching the trtttiii iaiity the deemed filiations on fed that ti would letter ol mx would Tra fe moved 4 on m li takingthe 3 per cehU at I linn ftanteEof Europe tneYe IfijpiJ t flocks of wiere Coupled with then huteeaUhe tnea latiif that fuch was for uftimony to Vbe of refoived itfelf into on the of Spam w the it hp newfTary for flibfct view of th origin thii n Charles ported trans ill rk and where the emit e n year difcoudt was entirely iti well s the the under original the difparity between them was by of 6 on the This 1 fayW I burden on that mil 6 per was notthe whole twfir feutdtft fSV adding the importation duty to paid ii per on their Such a Certainly ealUd for A Petition lay CommitteeJo from the Re t They underftobd that no unequal duty was paid by the EnglHh Retailers petitionedthat Parliament wcfud aflimilate toihe fpirit of the The Duty befits was not and taking it 6ff wfculd be a very fmall diminution of the He convinced of propriety and juftice of heartening fo he concluded with leave eiven to bring in a Bill to relieve the Irifli Retailers duty ot 6 per laid he touldby no means agree the Right cdi this tin the Petiriwnnhe looked upon as by no fecmed to eive a recent origin to a V3 11 WS A lbi and tbat Mh Pitt haigiven prefent mcafure j hutieven tljativas cnnnA fatisfv Conceiving all the ad vintage that derived ftpm the to be nothing than taymg iiv urJI w he could not pcrfuadc the otntiowiiand knowlcdgcd privatons whtchVit brought upon th would be cotnpeqfated by then uld tainly result mi tted to continue unrenntipcd opefaridfe jthe CHAMCEUXIRbf IheBXCHeOgrERthbught it a ftrong teAimonyia favouvof he prefeBtnieafu tjiistt the illiiflrious this fund had declared it inftitution the takei year U hid wpuJ4 not with jlftjhat it place at J 1 fAa of pcact Whic Weft take Wt the Gbmmu f ww W8 the Cmxi tM preaclv arnfcbn it dwtytlimtarofe fronj the nature of the puffcd in the rejgn JL were orifiinajly their This privilege f the W da vine Jie m jqw jrj to them the fe the new whale of debt would be paid would be paid wff by of for the reduction of this after the adyan tage of and not tjlUhc d have heen rrow in this Tne6 per cent impofcd b he Bng retail on ther4merf this placed in ift other It hidleei that it intended to plate the retailers an1 a fdotpig of eqtw lity Jie did not like the term he was not fdr altering old an4 iatroducing fanovationstn to favour that the dealersjiiid out a iriijch greater and their he it was juft that they hould have fuperior to the y OUMSBY thought the retailers thtfmcAfutc cotdial fup of lvin belwtcn two Countries carrying into lays the rather thofevvho ud de to beftruck vvith anxazement and they fiid it was and if the Senate chofe could Cambaceres then that thote airel of thvcnntrary hold up ha Thus was acT not by a M P m Welament to xv as tnoft fotdcd would be twelve times nefit about bj the mentParliament would ne wiblet W j forty He tl henftbirwUtx ilie tlje bt period when we to the cxtindfion ot the debt incrcalcd deemed ftockwould be but M in would DC Hc cflnMered Jwoit oni the 1 Of tmW confqhedlby nfefcial believed ro be tiie perfbh cbiefly re vwwh retpedl ro ihe cbm novy the tapis between tagc of emtoled ttr Uncciiliould require have exjfted between J who was the author o inV an way 4 give him duepraife forthe wifdomof fos CORKY 4d himfclf to be as pledging nijifclf tothe principle except it CuId be ajfled upon withifwrncfs to b0th Cmin prefent quertion had connexion with the the two in to each other it turned entirely upon the internal policy of Te alone he wilhcd to be under flood pirefeatciajmiflgits with thatthe relief at prefent moved for was i The 6 per hnpofed in was never comiilxinetl of till fhc retailers four or five hruUght and tliewed how to form When it was confidcrcd that the Revenue of 1 aft year fcarcelyAmounted to sthovei hfctirtereft We ought to be verv care ful in taking the fmaUed a better fubuitute for it coultl be firft But np Isettvr could be found than a Tax fanclioncc by fubmittcd to with out and no wife its The then dividedoh Corrys Ayes The contideration wf th6 Chancellor Irelands In was referred to the Committee of Supply Wcil CHANCELLOR EXCHEQUER the Houfe on riling do adjouru to Wednd iay next but that all lit iu the nieau t The B with the pld finking ing from its own gc the tirmnefs With whichhc times adhered to it Suppofing the tlocks to the hieUcft be about at the faying would be S he it pi bccaufc it was a nerDfityin aid of a dcBt createdt but it quite a different cafe with new finking tfhich tormed part of whi creditor leut SfowM theSfWfundwaj to broken in no in urity on which he could rely tcntly operation to the prejudice of future the linking fund were now to be broken in it only amounted to feven what hefftationjcould future Chancellor of the Exchequer havk to refort to the fame when half the pjrtferit debt hould and there5 Omuld oe an accumulation of the of its preieht aniounil It ihouldbe alfo confidertd that calcuUtiohs were In connrmatiod of this remarkhe might refer W rcfo lutioo of and folid fyftem of which there now the flighted veftige This ho fhould be fulficient to flieW that We1ought to be jCiiig has ben plcafed to order a Gonge JElire f vpafi theGteat empowering the Dean and Chapternf iheGathedraf Church of fef ta tothai void by rhe tranf Lf Father in God 10 his Bath fty has alin been plea fed to Georgeffaac to tjeliUkop of that Spencer Smith was introduced to latter aflted him wherher he was the brother of SirSidney Smith and on his an fvetirig in ifce tUe Conful V He is a and n gnnd officer JEatradkof a from June Arrived at the was put uri der his Majrflys flhip I in 15 days he left ar J his Admiral Lord Sfmrift j Bar low Aflmer j Captain and feveral Arrived the TKoinas from Civita Vecchfti and Palernio This fhip left at the former place the brig load ing for the latter plate the cahonly of yellow filk with taffeln arid powers iSr the liair with rows 6f large were vety generaj der was fcarcely tobefttnf bajy Feathers and flowers robes were cbjefly of white Or yel low oti J The ornaments in diamonds ar pcarli chiefly of Ailta bandeaus tn for the hang gracefultyTOund drops fumrani large briffiantsy with arif gpW iii effle moderate obldoe iiad the withdrew his motion relative to the Slave J and the who bad tifert notico of a motion on ftmc aflcf WtthUrmw Jie could not dafo fyrthcr which he was proceeding to IteAyas interrupted by The who that othjr bufincfs for the of To important a that he truflcd thv HuUc ill other motions and orders as Jubonlioatt to CONSOLIDATION Or SINKING The Houc huvftiu itfelf into a Commiuce on the Sinking Fund BA1K all the advantages now pnmoietl by the rew fyftini in be coupled with the by we ihould he manifcftly in ter a In that cafe there would have been adclitioual fum near to conjunction with the former finking ill the Iti fiukitig i und of 1786 ftiould have attained its max imuuyin The faving of per ou the loan f thiprclcnt year operalttt a bonus on the ineafure luio he Ooubts whcilur it did not take from the j a J vantage of reduction of the public By al the Hock at uo could be had very cautious in acting implicitly upon had no right to make fuch pAftponement of our und borrow upon the credit of this mcafure nud another war the finking t fund would be good for nothing1 for no man would lend money on the Credit miikfl fuch difpoiition of die old Gnkbg fund as it flicnild InThlt pro but he did not think it worth while to break inupon the new for io imalla funi as he would be nearer che never took greater pains with any and after the matured it WAS his opinion that jt was a Mcafure td which the Houfe Otquld not ixave recourfc in the prefuit rate of as it might give to the world to CHANCEtLORpf tlw WCCHEtJUER fhit the country was driven to difficulties applied to the prefent ftate of public credit in fupport of bjs He looked torwardAtith confidence to there was a rooted confidence ia the our fii He therefore felt no apprcbtnuoa with regard to THORNTON admitted that the meafure affc3 public thwugh not public fbis was rather of a political than a 6uancial BO YD the prefent plan wduld only put fu turity upon the fame footirtg as theprelehi di vide the burthen equally between He then into a that the confolidation of the two funds would aecelerJite the j The motion then agreed and the blacks filled the report was ordered to be received on ncfday I The Committees of Supply and Ways and Means were deferred till the motion of the Attorney Jcavc to brjng in a Bill for regulating thetriai perfons holding employments for and for extending the powers of the to the tuniihmeot oScnvet by Private of the 4th from con tradict the late that the Prince Royal wijl be rrjade King of and that and Si dly ftparete Tne Emperor of i faid to have declared to that if thcSovereignty of Malta be not yielded to he will not take upon ro guarantee the and vtill feparate from it the Priorjesof t The French Government continues to be much and juftly alarmed by the fcarcity of grain and the price of bread France has been particularly unfortunate of late in her and he is now making every exertion to obtain fupplies from Prince William of Gtoucefter on his arrival at will immediately be attended by a guard of honor and the Count Conrad officer in his Majeftys Life jvilljjcjjpnoiqted Gentleman Atieodafu on his Royal On Monday la about twelve rat a moft rremendotts fire futjdenly hroke out amongft the ragl in one of the upper rooms of the papermill at Swan nd raged with fuch that great the whole building with a very large flock of paper in lets than two burnt down to the waters edge three good engines were procured from and arrived qn the fpol incredible fpeed the conflagration wrts fo rjppid and that notwithftanding great exertions of the and of the gentlemen and inhabitants of the IK in extinguiihing the flames could be derived from them f the pnly matter to be confi deifd was the getting the flock and the frnnll part faved was at the hazard of the lives of thole who afii thatfomeof them ai laft toeffetfl their efcape from The hole damage is eftimated at 4OOnU one half of fjrtunaterly fr the Fumefs and is injured at the Norwich of a corners FOR HIS MAJESTYV By Hewnv JAMES NO more the thunders of the The fiery battles iron Tcrruicrdrpwn the duteous Itraln Tliat greets our Monarchs Balal hour fparingvhigh oa feraph Now her violVgbldea ftrings l Refppnfive to the thrilling note v Symphonious ftrains of Whilp grateful the Paan And hail her angcj and her form Through many a whirlwinds blaft The rage ofelemental Stern heralds of the opening Sol urges on his butning car Though dark the wintry temped Though keen are Aprils icy ftill hisflaming courfcrs rifcj high in Junes refulgent MnHhc blue arch of heaven he victor And fprcads of light and heat the unextinguiflid Glorys true that hardy Who bravely the briny flood Smiling erene in dangers J Uncheckd by and Britains triumphant Flag The terror of the watry 0w to the favouring gale f fpread the peaceful And friendly waft from every Acre Where Oceans fubjcdts billows roar The gifts of and the worksof Produce of every clime and everyftwl The Oenius of the Sifter Ifles On the rich heap exulting the prime ftores of Earths V Her choiceA fruits and her treafuro all my Nor fccond you mid glorys radiant Who oer the tented field your enfigM I 11 f Before your ranks fnperior ntunben Or on Wnes kindred coaft Te cruQid invaCons threatening hod Or on famd Egypts fultry fisnds The banner tore from Gallias veteran Your finewy limbs with happier toil Now till your Cpiintrys fertile Mow with keen fcythe the fragrant Or whirl aloft the founding Or bow with many a fturdy King of our giant oak Or the blazing hearth With all a Soldiers honed To hoary fires and blooming jnaidcns tell Of gallant Chiefs who who or who fcllf Yet in the arms of Peace reclind Still flames the the ardent And hould again Seditions roar Or hoftile inroad threat our From Labours from Eager would rufli the the To form an adamantine zone Around their patriot But long with Plenty in her train May Concord fpread her And join with fefHve voice lay fincere Which lings tke aufpitioui jnornta Britain ever dears
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