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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 15, 1802, Dublin, Dublin GENERAL the FREEMEN and FREEHOLDERS of the CITY of TDERMIT ine to return my Thanks for the Honor you have already conferred on me in unanimously electing me your Rcprefcntativc in and at thc fame time to offer myfclf agiin as a te far your thc humble hope my in that and my attention to your likve met with your Should again be honored I fliall endeavour to fhcw my gratitude by a ftrid attention to the Jntereft of your great Commercial City in particular that of my Countryin general I honor to Your mod obedicut and faithful December FREEMEN aftd FREE HOLDERS of the CITY of TWAS called forth from my retirement by tfce Voieeof my ami the important Barred Truft of reprefcnting this great Metropolis m Par lament Committed to meiifcWry critical times I haVe executed tins Truft witfl arid I hope1 to my and i am now detained n London irt llic performance of the duties of Aslthinle t he honor of rcprcfen ting theCity of Dublin in Parliament the highcft that can be conf J rne tf your favour ta atid your pit General to mafntain me in the mnatibn in which your partiality to me on the laft Elettiort has plactd rnej iiwCtafcc liberty of my that abfcncp from Dublin caufed bymyatt your will not b prejudicial to me in thp Objtit ofwy hoileft nd wtUcicufe the unavoidable deficiency of hiy j application to each of your moll deyoted Afld Obedient GGLC leave to inform Bis nwmero and Anxious that to prderto aVail himfelf of 3cmd offers of Support which The 13 Hourly he at to which lie requefb tliat tommunicatiDus upon the fubjccl of his Canvas and nuy lie 1 To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of theCpUNTY ot LJEITftJM HE nttitiliet 6f From Gentiemch to theif appear the public On Saturday arrived in town IPr a mutiny broke put in the gwhich his induce me to rtoMeU your fupport pu ucxt frtd at the fame time to renew honor youhave repeatedly by chilling me tb 13 iScii iaiifethe hbnoV Viiittr fsidjful and Humble Servant r Tolhe CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of COUNTY of TT not my intention at a period fo frdni the DJiTblution of to have 1 publicklyeipreired humble confidence that my cori as ybur to the of my abU lity proved to obey and youir as have offered themfeivcs to your xouudtjwtitfnrl eahudt longer the conti t welded andalfedft Supi1 r 4 haVeibad the goodfortwie foMperience my niv w W rctunryou av Happy hrtnor liecomeone your and encouraged by the Hrongtft fifSni We fjitereftj in our Couotytsind ih rejjeatcd teftiknonies attachment fo unciiwivocally Independence againd ftWeiy combinariwv f fof the cordial rtctption I iiayebeeii Ionouted and thevefy iii my fivour 1 to flatter fo highly liberal and effects tlwt they Iqivc bepn neither nor f v VoBtVftryfineereiandfaithful March To m wtrt i i tcli which was fandlioned by to continue for foimeen They themfelves aflighed various motives for what tfee have been be invefligated but whatever It it can form rkrpsHSattorf for the fcene of bru tality which they The different eorpsof militia were immediately affembled in and a part of regi with fifty men of the commanded by Captain and Sti Lukes Independent Company diately fomeof the in orfar to atfVith Jobn Independent cdrtlmapded by Captain Sunday his Excellency embarked with the remain der of the and Prince Ruperts 6n fthe evening of the fame Previous this the mutineers hadmade a which with Captain weTCirepnlfed and driven fupj5vrte3 by the rniiriiies of tlie djpfer thips in the who accWmpanled the 6Mnd w krrlvat had leveral iriteryfews the and our refult of which vraV rhaf tliey ftbt and lay airrn and t Hatijorf men the Governor at iKe of detachment the commanded of the by Majors the Marines Com together officets the entered the xvlwrethey fpuadrhe mutineers drawn up ufval with the colours m their front They recetyed our troops wirfypre fented and obliged two ofTtlieir whom they had fpated Fromttie tnaftacre of IQ C Great due to Captain Benjamin Mat who volunteered his with feveral of the and whofe ex ertions thkoccafion wereWghiy It is concerri we that one of hjs mp Wat a The rfoiife rprolycd ilftlf intp Committee of Sup to which the Army and Ordnagce ajd the Accounts of the and the charge of thc Yeomanry Mreri ELLIOT moved fprft Vote of men for the Sea of including TIERNBV wiflitafor fo dteittt of the Permanent Peace fS The of the EJtCHBQyERi the Cothimttce muft n opinion could be in1 ftrrcd from the prefcnt to Hie permanent Peace Ellabliflimentc So large a propoffioa of the Navy employed on Foreign that impof fible tfviwing forward ray Peace j he had it notv in his power to propofea permanent Peace he tbeqghuhat Woulcrbe all that woufd be neccffary foe the He begged the to did not pledge himfelf this but his opinion of the 1 prcfcntHae of that lie thought ftjh fuirendet to vernoi drew up bis irtdfcshi uy to rotfe ihfeT line fa di redled them fownd their 4rms on redled them gfownd their rms on which he rode rar of the front liitf They were i hen advice threepaces front at Hhichrhorneqt a Serjeant Church called Tlie Governor then reptierf they did nbe inttawrryobephe woijld troops tafire thenrr die ahold jeizd their a genewl by which i maiiy of mender difperfed thcmfelves in Preyiuuj to their Beaubqisv with htr JUukes ro occupy fevy of the mutineers s have mt iriihci of jH is me t wW the fir ft Shouldr be fo fortuiwte meet with your be I have the hwor to Your Bipft obedient and faithful of tlis COUNTY of A SEVERE tedipus tllnefs has prevented JT Z iT m I hoped and ex cfted Jong face 9 gives have foleited any part of ambition aui Uvour and I honor ot paying you Cabritjl l i j miu inoitr who could attafm running liiieorttlie jriagedifehargedf as they tfaripori and pointed purfuersj and then themfelves headlong over itne the fptrirrtf tliaipj in thecou completely reduced now be faid ejcrepr on board the flaips be aJittoifl wholly exteTruitaatedV It is we find ourowatlioft has been very the beft appeared to weuteuant Waflnnys tine was truiy la fapened him to a tbS and jn mofHbdcking even retarding that whicii would f 7v and the dead the firft to they equally aboutthe poli in a manner too ftrongeft pov the was and mt Banded by of bc lte ot of the 68th v our moft and obedient humble SlV GEORGE CAULF1ELD A wM that may certain cgrnpn d St Johns Independent Company rnanifcfled their ulual pirit of and tdpughnot gaged in tlie buftneis of the imeriorof the Julfciined uith firmncfs Important porinon which Ins Excellency judged proper to iign Captain Lew is of the who com advanced is juflly emitted to Captain MKay Commidary Quarter MKay killed t Clerk 4f dangeroufly wouiided QuarterMafterScrieant t The Magnificent and 74 gum and Gaicte Hoop of T We have not been ibjc to learn this gentlemans Captain Barrc and Lieutenant Rivington For the information of tlwfc with the poll at it proper to that the hills called the arc two wr high having a valley or plain between the inner ono commandmg an extenfive flat Ofl and forming a hue fram ttynce f the the Militia Mere poftcd to prevent the coping from thc he fuppole itdcred asthVtowcA niimjber EXCHEQUER JFhc lhetta Comniitteg then proceeded W F6r Wages Tor thefatd r tor wear aid tear lhfr mep are 3t man per nmnth Far Ordnance for tnair per v ixijoo o o The WAift then rsfe aid faid he flibttld tefiatrjihe Army for the re of the hovtly as fcrcnce between the Eftabliniment and the v at voted the a4tK of the comparative ofi mca eijiciicc wguldjfland i War KftaWiihrncnt i Propofcd Eftailiflment Difference iitaff War Eiiflhlilhment Fropofad Eftablithmcnt o a o o O e o o o Difference Mifttra aud Fenclbfe The expenec under this Jwould be Jfitvcd for indfii of i rcfpecll to the ftiir vefy but the nujmUet of perfons mployed rib more than Thcre was a great a r tear of OtHtcVbuphe e time woulil Jbon in the that Office might take to Jnnketpera Propored Eflamifitmcat t was ltd to plaeffin fc troops became rgularjy in prppofcd to Continue l rate of alloraace asit the precedingyearr the Inntkeepers having fuffcrcd clerabjy during the from the high price of War Halfpay Propofcd Eftablljlimciit Tlie number Oflfcers thrown u he neceflarjly bt tlw awmbsr of fegimerits War Volunteer taking the proportion the lift 5 jt of ttiis fum would now be it intended to retain no corps received aid to re duce thc allowance to f War V fropofed EnaWjflirosnt y pihe Aim propofed for the remainder of the ycaf fur tliis Service lie but tho Commit ted perceivt tlic important aJvaiitagcs which cd trflhe JArmy from this i Hiewiould detail Briefly minute ars the It was u r tb bt difbanded Several of he aS not Uc Ifntil cthjft uje ueceHary herp gimcnts propofed to be difbanded fhercfpte on foot for forae time It waj re duce the Royal GarriM Battalion and c The Invalids it waS intended to reduce altoge being thought better to keep up a regular Infantryl altuougk that body muft tainly 1c confidere4 is fiighfy andufeful Number of Invalids Foot Guards areduction of 5475 He uuderflood that the lOand of Jamaica Would iHite to the payment of thc troops Rationed there for its which would be a confidcrable faving to this Hie which it was propofcd to ha vein lewct foe the remainder of the were three regi ments of Hqrfe fcveu regiments of Dragoon and twenty regiments of It was pofed that the cfUbliflimcnt of each regiment fliould be eight troops of 60 men making a total to each real went of The FootGuards would rcquin the fame the lad The regiments of it was pro poua to number from one to whole number of fcifantry would be The re giment tf RiOemen it was propofed o Keep The was alfo propofed to keep up iu 4 The Staff was Alfo propofed as it ckiefly cpuflftcd of and from which advantage might be derived With rcfpcCl to General anu HtatT the charge under this head was larper than but the number employed was as few as nof It was propofed have only four Major m one in each which was as fmall a nurabct could be employed in that As to toreign it was propofcd to retain three yfith tne exception the rejjhncnf of Mtcttrwll Vtftik iatSII pay EftJt India prop retained weretKofc by capitulation of were to be employedrftjl the ferrjiL Britain for ten yean the regiment at Ment aduaV in German With corps was propofed uflicr and humanity of the Committee wrotd IP wake V w Mffi33E t only a corapeuration for tho fcecpup fcoyal Milita of Wcj that udia P AfyliJTO K stem then li JlMMOlb now trouble the charge of at fidcf Ation theTiBorefc what it was then j it give i tlie fpint Of nmlc practitabVwitfeui w J K V M or pnwch of 4hat rufn led Wiw Kn thai abflnmed from it fo Britain Slohe for the mp ri great part of the force voted ffir Great Brita5c was ai rtnrt if that and waslh fffi t than he vas willj bcifwdcrftoodto fay that a Wi tb to iBfinfor the plan the Gcutlcman himfetf ttadfe to itUiaf tlwr ccnfidsratioh twit and in addition todur jfornipjf feme xvhothought it theibome when jihe militia ajiftl fertcibjes for and attaching tlMrhlgheft Value to energy CkfttJeman fo liiftlV gave credit to Blie he fhould deem himfelf in duty if he did not a torcc for the dcfcnce which was Thc Gentle roan m ftating the difaxhrajntages of thc nrelent Thfere nMllions in the prcfcntyear in die vptcand in thceitraokn yiwjthvre votebf nine there would he but fix millions givtf ft faving of thrc laft there were foiir mtli hons vottd for the expenec this kr that added would be eiphi the thirteen expended laA mide adif ference 6f five favour of indcpendcitit The fyftcm of tbe provided pcrfeAly for economy but by ho means for There was this year a favingpf 5 of Now on a cue revenues were incrcalcdfince from 44 milllopa and and 6Uicr RT increare of wports and the general of thc the means of thens far BcVond what it waw to in It was impofllhre to look at the the Continent vitliout feeing thiit our relative a Jurjcr Ltroking to and cpnWcring Jiaturo of it jmppilibic not to expect that advantage would he takenof our weakucfs one tinve or if we left oujfelves altogethijr certainly iiupolHble to render ourfclyea but that was no rcafdfi why ive fliould render ourfelvesdcfignedlf He hoped the peiitod was not far dillant when a larger rediidlioii be but till then he that a fufticient force would be kept up lo guartl nft the dangor bf JONES exprefled his furppze at the nectflity yed for lo very Uigb and unufual a ptiice but if it was really ncceffary under the general alpcot public affairs f5r the fccurity of this he would chcarfully coincide in The SECRETARY at WAR proceeded to move thc fol ownig grants fortheremaininglervices of the current year For and Garriions iu Great Britain and Ireland Military Services in Great 3 11 Ditto in Ireland I foreign including Pliiiitatious and OiLiiiUur
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