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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 22, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                i JOKZ The King has pleated to grant the dignity of of the UrtiliU Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to the MoftJHonorable Mary Marchioncfs of widow ofj the Moft Honorable Arthur late jMarquts of for and during her natural by the ftyle axil title of Lady in the Cinipty of VVorcefter and from and immediately afterher the dignity of a Baron of i to the Right Arthur Moyfti called Lord Artnor Moyfcs fcid Jatc Marouis Dofcnfltfre and rnafc of ihu body i the Taiti united King JWuw froranioid fccptid ion of ARMF OF i to the MINUTER and Hmdquarte at the May Citizen u I lofe not a moment to foro you of the happy which have rccftablifhed tranquillity 4ft thit tmfttcnfe arid fine receivedihe difpatches by you an ac count to the aoth Defeated every terror was in the camps of the Without aim oft without they were reduced to live upon The arrivalof rhe fquadrorii from Fltifhing and contributedto the blow Chriftophe took that he been the friend of the fdcial qualities and under flanduigbetfleemed than any mea ill the had been at could beorttrthnoriyW favour of principles and which govern and frequently the conducltyf public had not tutored him to regulatetoil tonduJb according to hjs In that whether there yeiertill any of faftty t ettfeetjitto Rill remained with repentance ifiat it was the prao tice of the Ftrft Confut to weigh ot and that a ihigle bad aftionj whatever night he Wcver effaced witfi him the of paft fcevleeiv tliat it was the I had TeccfVed1 brtbrc I fet out were favourable to him in that hmfclf at difcf he Ihould have reafbn tp be fatjsfiedw columns wpnt in purfuit oi litu fome flight form flics took caiifed me to tc informed that I had only to fend my him my repair alone the Cape to rchduack all the cultivators whom lie had ftill with to auVmble thetroops L iwwcliindtr1 his tluliherpunctually the Cape who mounXains havcfcturned JWje Ytilhjry wljich he of the line which remained with portion of them halxein tent baclf j keep the re former to Hjcarporaujtheimwith the colonial The of Qhrillopbe r known to me the melancholy fituation in he found with what pain he faw continued outobJceVor added that moft uate cfrcSimftancevKW already otcadoned jji of I uong fqftlcicBtly and fell de4rlyta life that had to the All theft ently iftirded werein he flu powerful to bum teen deep ftiHefcamd the tt Je war ha ideas ftrtnath1 And cbarafte tt be info med and that fail to ayailUiimlelf of the nerjnlffeoiv IJbad He to he taken again into fwont to be to have ordered him toretire to and never my pticed UcffidiiitVih a pTantation near Marfc AH whcrhatHiinsreaTried away 6y have I lhati troops the difciplwcd blacks as lfliattfthiak 1 ouelit hid cd to abov by all the relolutiotjj ant meafijres that hufily employed with the clj our ehahlc us to Vie ate Uhaukstfr yoar 1 fealth and r Signed ias now prom tne Caper May We are employed in rebuilding the with an which it TFnfy towo is dftjjot diffinnblMhenfffehief that cantons of thocdkray bat I am rota Ccwral which 1 have fhao ibrceXburthi the part of of the Of entirely TbcAmeri an vcflch numbers in ouir nfcceAary for Ci xcn W wfornicd that the Arocftcans ewnVcry much at the 1 opted momeftl of my but theyare hinkfTu fpeakiugof Agents of the American Were with did oofaFways fog 1 to bim jood The furniflicd withanew livitv fmcc the prclitniavies wcrt came from e United therefore natural that I hould ke meaJurcs to prevent this with the Our coraruiflaritd fn America do not feel much ccrn tor the intercfa of the public An Un iftutute little brigwhich you fVnt out to us Citieea Pichon muti htye been ite thntthe brig worth The comnntrw ibeiriDS alfo to fend fome t givea orders that colonial fyuem fliould be bin in All Prance will not any fort ojf dutici on 10 pef updn would lie protfcf i to For the upon thJs fubjcvSt The pre It regulation can do injury as ie mean diminifh dufjiW iw ed in the fame The co ii in a fituntion to receive Yuqh reguUvipnas you may thinVfit afad if bur large eial citicj fliall bctin to with S x t f i I Ich wc we will be in alitt to c aflUrejthe Hght of tht i to to revive1 ic Ci not for which he flie MirtnaJ cotewerce altmertajToii an Chappy day for and a a ojjght to have at its icfu of I have Cent General Dtigtta fnta the Tout U on the Jbf I t ive tige wbfele but t muft m iriheofionW I muft alfo beftow piaites uppo Health aad JUNE The the thg difparch of General giving an nccounttof the fubmiiiion and the reft of tflnck in Leclerf Wifhes to afcribe this fubmiiiion to glory of the Krenvh M The were bfaien every and dtfperfed error eftablifhed it felf in their they werewithout and without an4 allthis idle we fintfihat Chriflophe brought with hitn followed by 2000 inhabitants of the delivered up more titan too pieces It is evident that ihis event was the refttlt ot and it is that Leclerc was in flinched to hold out the moff favourable terras to the Rebel pleads their ihey rire not as blad ns painted though they had the war with exmme they had never feen had never received any other than falfe accounts of the ftrengtlvand chnra51er of the mother country for twelve years TTrts language is plainly calculated to prepare the public mind for a ratification of the terms of the which has hrtppily mrngo arid quiete4 whatever apprehenfions might have bten entertained for the fafeiy of ike reft of the Wefl India Iflands as the Blacks muft now that phyfical 10 all its yield tiifcipline and milifary Leclercs jufiification of to tjieiyiaf tew nf the American Veficls in the Ports of Oommgois not He vindicates thefyflemof rfgour which he adopted by that the moment the figning of rhe PrHtrninarks of Peace all kinds poured into the of the Blacks frxn but at the nrrie he attepiptsjo pal liaw his feverities by of States w4re wrong to the The Hamburgh Mail of theftth yef 4he tire Seciery of chants there gave a of dp the the Mentbenr of Seriace arid of Werefn were Gardens of thle Society were illuminated veffejs rfiented with and models ltyeVe Engfifh of tl Royal the Vanguard and1 M t 1 The Frfr girervby and W took place in jden near Wi i Accoitnti frorif of the rhar tJitf plague has bfdkefo4rtP Qft TB 11 nc Ejigufh it would oh this iaccouht fmriieyiarely beoWgMftofaif aridrja ajg and the plagueiwai appearing wit m j and diforder rh Fu The Beyywte in thefr fiqni Vljt andl the uai bpdiev Jitf Vizfcr has ftritfleftBordersm The tro pa in have contentegl themfdver with deelafing they not give any co ihe rtsvoUeo Be l n JUNE The Dureh Ma it of this tlay has brought u S ttfceof the tjph from The raViari Legtflatare have ajVesiitJy refolved upon a new as fef it ijbf gradual change of That of their according to the fhould their feats in jrefent have permjifiop 10 retain them a lear longer we are affured jflds cfyecially at Aih The Privy Cnuncrl has been tjlitch thefe feveral days In conjuu5lion with the fopvvn relative to the arrangement of diflributldn of PrizA Money in great Difficulty having arifen to the claims the Turks have in this important An incfeafeof haltpay tji military officers is expelled to take plnce next of PaHin ai fqbn as the fariher redmJItans and favings in the army can be properly By the Houft of it ap penri the whole amount of the Cufloms and Ex cife in is t hat che ex ponce of is j and that the netr in ihe Exchequer laft year 13 By papers before ihe Houfe of it ap pears the value or Oxpotis of Brjtlih Manufaq within the laft within the laft eighteen the amount increafe of the halfpay of the Navy is to be in the following an addition of a making their 1 Jper day j r ir perday and an addition of making The firft 30 Port Captains are to a day the fecond and ityjfc The firft fifty 8s an4 ib e The firft 1000 Lieutenants uawardi the and the There is addition of per month to the pay of wurrant this fylvan fcene were an pcetJck There was the tnoflj frugal The table fupportedan imuauon of a human and iiMMVe corner was ihe venembte1 in tHat without clofe pafi for the The benches of and the humble drttflHngnvas formed of There was a near to YVuVretfear which echoed the fond coolrigs of beau tiful A little farther ihje eye covered a Tn real ruftklt Is furi niture confifted of a breakfaft fervice of plain a milking and all the little utenfils of Wi lage r The Princes Elizabeth went down from Wind for Caflle Frogmnre at twelve to make the neceflliry preparations j and at two the Nobi lity and Gentry invited began to They were all full as for a the gentlemen j in bags and onlefs they were in regimen or the Wtndfor niviform rhe ladies without in motUyim ek gnnt drefTes of whiteand iv The company afitrnbied in FrogniOre and from etiquette remained in it their Majef ties except fome of them who flood out fide clofe to die on accotlnt of the About half part the py Prince of which t keep off founded as the Jgnal of the approach of their and to give the company notice 10 prepare for receivitig f heir Mafcfiies ofliered in with martial mufick by the bands of the tntce and found waiting for them about 300 of the principal Nobility and Gentrywho had been After their Majeflies had converted a little with the walked about the n a few they proceeded to for five prmciprtt mnttirmeei the centre Royal opened info twp otriers for the Nubility on each fo that their Majefties could fee the whole dinner at weje feveral fmallermarquees for the pf the The mafguee In the where their Ma was fotjd upinthe Afiatic with rdiir iantnorns fufpended from the fbrniture parr of the fpoiH Sultan on rhe top of building a vvitli the live ever j each it of an ornameijited with a large thet orhef tents were ih a difefl fo that thcrr Majeffies had a view of the I The gttxartd Xvnrk of ibe taWe frames confifted rural of ind fuch ftieep iw green pJttyfng their oaten all emblematic of the return bfPeace I The Royal ForrtUy fcaced unr dVr a corridor of tirtmcial prawn up in tfiloons of ivtttte of ihe CorintHiari being eotvvined with and their fumcnits of rofesand ry kind of t The Royal Family off a fervice of gold anil the wine was drank out of gold poured from lafge filver gilt flaggons the com pany at the other table were regaled from off a fervice of In the paifages leading to the were moon light painted by ihePnncefs Eli The the Duke of and the Dufce of played during the din Gad fovt tbt King was fung Rule anO the favourfte glee of All tkelraw Rirdt that CroftfjOi and rivaie ot the in good fhe IhldiCVs in honour of the and to cotnmemdrate the wore boughs of laurel tlheir i ACier dmntr near five the RdyafFa conduced by the Princefs pro d to the gardens j the had not pro ceeded when they were met by of ClovenGarden dreffed in thecharadler of 3 vvh lang n fohfj fuited to the Pteffing the company came to a Gothick the remains oT the houle 3n one of the in the Merry fPivet of IVtndJiori adually of the walls pow were the walU of his and thefe the PrinceHes have fitted op iand ornamented in the Gothick with mqch tafie inind HeretheirMtrjeflies were met by ofC veptGarden diefled as the matron of the female fchool which her Ma jerty and accompanied by flllthe girJs which atlually belong lo The chifdrtftf ftfewed flowers before their MajefUes as Qothic and the fveue at and taken tea and their and the guefitf continued the tour of the lamd the next rtevto Mbje6l was the Royal ftandard on the in guarded by a party of the Here thp in their Montem rowed boaU the heet of mu fiffi playiug alt the The firft of thefe bom a very large and beautiful belonging to called the The boys ih it were in a fort of naval drefsi very hand fome they repeatedly to their This 4dM was followed by others of a fmaller all tfilled with Eton The gquatick gala was one of the fineft fights of the In rieturnihg to Froajnore the Princeflr EHzabjeth difl npt journey rb becorrie Several amufementt were alCo provided 09 thil Among the rooft Unking at of the the dialogue with her fcription of the I flesdnd difaflers flic met wit on the illumination and the different plaa fhe went to fet cauied general burft of Majefty ily at Frngmore ou proceeded to Thtf its fcite and wat ttrtnei from confined of a ue and pfincipirt Materials offlWaitrifreieroblhig a or a fence of fembled at eight their M Hv nimmes And I hen the ball w tli Hvnttr Soon after eleven the dancing after half an conVdrfation wi the Irrthceyehiflg thegardenjwere illuminated fro the Jy tranfparent of Af ferent fufpended by topes f with the bewutiful illtjmSitttlorii bf the whole called to miofl ehanted Military ihe houfe and tire were fta tioned m various other bands 6f mufic playing the whole Tlhe Proclamation for tlie to 26th The faving to the1 return of at leaft twenty fail Jf the I portionate number of frigaresi m be wry V i HOUSE OF 10 Oa the motion of the further of Ute Rpon she Controverted Ekaien Bill the made t be Committee were agreed pofed cldufe confining the ptfwertLof the m fidnentfe witncfibynrithoat anyxifthr 3 ofdeciding ba and t5jm fome and Leej this was agwl Le propofei another requiring norTte tp btf hrcn to f te within 0 limited lime toriag queftion the The Speakerfiaviaf gurcn nion that this be addeV hiH by way of have an opportunity of cmprefling fentincntn t the lengthoi to ankiednto be a thirfrlme went into a Committee Lottery CCDCC and agreed that the Comflufluncrtibc ed to remit a Turn not exceeding report MM ordered to be byHit Majtftyii totfciHouie a Copy of the Orders Wch had becniffnedt torn the of iarthtftjlbf of Mftiy refpcrtuig the Sclifciiarge of thofe fervimin the an Smad of the the MitittaLjfrom the jth ftUy alfoi of the whole jth of ftTtvniher were to fcrvc ftr and tWfoafyAbound to tierce the FrBnxthic laft piper it Militia of to fittve during the of the amqunTing to and thpfe engaged tpfervefot fovit yearsisurionnting to Oidercdrfo be referred to the Committeeon the Iriui Mi iqto which the Houfe then refolyed Mr WICKHAM MAf he had waitediinr half expcdhng the appearance oC Bight FOJITIR who had given notice of hit intention oUervatiew on the papersadw But at did not appear that he wat tp attend he found hiadelf obliged to make intended inwtioni fa4 that Me then the Chairnun the Committeebe ihe Hqufc for bring in a Bill to authoriCe valid the the which to and the report having been given lo bring in the Bttli tten That tbW Honfe7 doto morrow rsfolve the whole te confidcr of the beftinWle of dKchatge of of Ireland for the Militiamen about the period of whcie feryiecs tttf had been were forwarded inJ r f Tfce Iriui Coffee the flafidwe the IrviL Stanp Duty BiJlrWcre read and The Smuggling Bill read a for puniuunjB Smugglers rogae and The reports of the Auction Duty Bill the Iiith Cmtrovcrtc4 the Tortela Rce Port Bill the Irhli 6 Duty Irffi the info Lord salary and the Lottery UiccDfe and Ordered a reading Houfe in Committee wept illegal tcriti Bill the Bill the Irifh unccrtiutatea B01 the Ifle ft Mao Bill and the National Debt The Blubber Oil Dutici Bill i the Paper Duties Bill the Milford Haven FiOtery Bttt new Hydro meter Bill and Lord Penfion wcVc read a fccond time and committed for A fnefTagc fnom the Lords their tLordfliipj to the Militia the Poor the Volunteer the Natioaal the Iriftx the the and Several private V j Tivo remarkable inftances in Painily of the fingular efficacy of WHITEHEADs TARD of in a from Jately loft the of hisUmbs by fevcrc and recovered ity a Oiort timtJty taking the Muftard ufing thff he ftrongly recommended it tonwiUeafed and vc Qcrabfe Dorothy aged who had been feverely rhpuinatUnsr for the lafl 30 and finally loft thdufe Of one by t lie lame means her sicje reiicvoiinhcr and flte ha thecoqm plcte ture of a fliakitig tha hat hmg be oi Plice and line   

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