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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 12, 1802, Dublin, Dublin UPON TliJB IATE DEaAfBS JN THE ilNuLISH i MARY9 CHARITY SKRMON for the Support of this Infti Jime by the STHPHEN AM of Diiicefe of MASONIC FEMALE ORPHAN Si Sundtty the icth of MQtt wiltbe preached In by of flic above in proper tntewor the the patronage and fupport it hoped will experience untie portion that which the bcneve to the ARCHIBALD and S bur Pcrfoiinw cannot attend at the Church o jbrtbanBtoMyttkeivcdrby the 4 Foundling received Medical and Surgical atyv given to prevent the contrihtr T lamination in tlielRttnciples of the ClhrsA drtliir from t lie io Gity and its Vici at the of SBSlOR and JUNIOR on Monday land Tncfday the aSth and wph for the Clnfles df SENIOR andJUNIOR rRESUMENi the i ft and ad dcsinade vtf i i of FOUNDLING Nbtttfe in te fcveral hereafter July ut Arklowand MI T i ft i Juljr July 17 and Coolkenno Dcnaghniore andS Dpnard and il which Pnyrtltflls jpiyWdfcjr n I Eiitraft ly tbt Momttuf fivm tie MtreureJi The hiftory of pmbcms leflbns i To In col tend thtf It of w wha the morality of principal ac are calculated to cannot have efc who liai m the fniallcft de turned hU attention to hhdw pofed 8 the Cabincnt Chief f be every manof fajacify amicable overtures on the pafto i ii fT l jJiiLj j by arefulal couched in the grpljfcft inevitable y areua tfowced in the grplfcft ineWtahle coufequeuM or a was to give a nation wliichit mfeht Le Iwaysfurcof of ho our k f i rrr t i i nour htttrfh intuited byrefufing to taken becnengagedi thefime Q theOjdcfpf t He intuited all pi the inflnmiiiglinth ab furd avidijy diircrencXe wUichhcoughttdhaye1 tcrmi fiiinplei 7600 in aaoft jgfiff T VFltlVll U1C JVIjnilter could and to Jjave Falludc tb that of the figned been reconquered atMarengvAuftria had a readinqft wth ahtfihc had Peace aftj s ctiujd acrnwttcd hcr to Thefe had lhaii circum ot Cariipo would improved her which any 1 J 1 I were fix months bchijiil Cdvcrnineilt cpujd it or uktttr once moiir Monar Kbe fttil 9 mid until the new Mi that Kaplan J fitauy dwgcrous a ought to the T T IT T Arwdtej for Curiiw iicjjii pifturtcd rrlicved hi the and oncejmorc be fanjot the taken the helm of th r t ICMOU bufihefto Htntfiu OI inTCTtOJiag WWUtttc ficate of the ContiAcnt without The ill Wttftcr and ottile frntetoeoH offtord CJrVnvillc had V contHbtttrnft to that a everyrcbance of ronfwing the coalition tbpfc cirvimiftmncw the Engliflvn That tfciy fhould In their country in lodia the ineftinublc ifland of whicJtcMmot oc rcckowe4 tog the Weft the important and well fituited of the iflandt bad It is odible for ui to refute fentf nee for fetitence the It Ujnot what ever he objecf y under of it of hii fuc the King od SeJSflf occupied by the tf King of England recovered hit it ii aw her frpnrim and in danccr of be k tnfr wugaTfaw her frpnttori and in oanccr of be il lift ofEuropean n was the nothing in ii to thepriiaence of theneir Mi A brave like thofc ent to jrowtnand them Jfemlrh vindham op bin it dJord power ration TheMimlkrwh6repair firmi to give peace ecibwlr the i n 4 voujrcd to agitMtike of the of ihe King from the influehcc ofFrantc n tcif he his tfifr i contctnpi by gtti for curg to ir cot mfefce its trucYt jVV1 raJter but IB not in heaped IJe wiflics to render them tlise to that Jli feuU ifcat the Treaty of Put it by the fault of Rullia abandoned the Coalition Wirft the Auftria was and to cuter parate tyfgpuat Was it loft the concert Aultrja and Ruflia that the and engaged cnthufiafe however Icrittmate couKI tAVe tu ciffly i rj precw Govetntfletft viii IF before jOOrtabprateithe union W rhe crazy monarchy the Sfchooh for the c ro in commbrt foV all young people a branch from of the elate of June ftates as follows i Some changes irre Ufecty to take place ipime diately in Minifler of the wlfc and his to moft hre tinder fome confiderabe pro has lately presented t6 the a quantity of Cochineal Sylvef prroduce of his own eft a and fine a dye as the IJB have to be of equal M iry the des lljiavfe fliblved at the requeft of the to prefent them itrthe Firft that the iflandof Domingo in a artfo that the iflandof Do oCiti fugars Ccwfiderable advaritag fo the foirce mot her 18 millions of Upon cochineal before the Bonaparte having fent to the Etrurta a copy of the latter returned it with a great number of marginal notes written ih own and containing obiervations ttitwhich he expreUed his hopes Bonaparte woold Bonaparte aiifwered in a way that fliewed it was not the King of hould Hawing be preferved as a monument of the when themfelves governed by rrhfc Ring of Etruria of thofe ea of which might have any Byjhw Paris Papers to t intejVrgehce f an the w horn are reprefemed to have been in aims again the v This we mu0 U fmrteen days later than the brought by the We muft foonvHvp Adutd hope have more fatisfadbry this important The building nf rhe new forfs the left has been delayefjuntil the Firft his tour in that when he will himfetf determine upon their A private the from that the Earl of ton Lord Giptaiito arring and were by the Britifli Minifter to the Fhft Conful upon thfrday This morning arrived a Hamburgh By an article from dated the azd of we learn that the two hoftilc parties in lie Iflandof Corfu have again had ome open in which a number of lives were The Diet of Hungary jeadvly compUed with he Emperors Two of ear to the None of iy Wtth arfy obflruo Pitts flatne haverefcXnd ed thoj fbrmer that the money hould accuiliNcrteitetill Pui The fobfcription is ro Oe open long enough to give every in Briiim empire an opportunity of is Swedlfh Majefty oft 8ih of his on his The fir proceeds of the fajeof the Charib in Vincent are far the entire liquidation Civil Lift a meant re tliat will Addington ro the fincere i of thou A great number of the EngUCh now at Paris have been greatly mortified at the late regulations which hay been made at the Court of the by which they are excluded from being the Firft There is now a ftanding that no Englilh perfon lhail be prefented 10 the iruilh empire an opportunity of Firft who has not been previoufly meeting is to be held in May at And in conference this nominate a CorfltniKc to parry into efleil objecl bf the We have to doubt pf a Arrange ment between Bnd France being very as we firmly by the fincerelt defire to preferve the good that io happily lubfifls between the the Duchefs of Cumberland could not be prefent cdto Madame Bonaparte at the la ft A Subfcription was opened yefterday ffcnnight for improving the Harbour of by floating iseftmattd bf he On Monday and the following day were and the whole was completed atx
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