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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 24, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                LONDON U lit King hit been pica fed to appoint the Right Lord to he Ambaflador Fiuaordinary and Plenipotentiary to the FrenqR Re p Thr King afo pleated to appoint tft be Majefty Secretary to lint PARK OP DECalS Of JONI The Confuls of the Republic having feen the claim of a great number of Parch afcrs of National to the law of the a8th inl rhe 4th againft a decifion of the Minifter the t6h in the 8th f rotV which it That reckoning from of tltr faid law llth tlie paid by them into the arc only to be taken real the paid tty thcrp alfo into the faid ut the law of the in the are only to be reckoned current Crmfldcriug in the tenrps the the purchaf of NatJotaaJ to the law of tbe Of luye bceti to in a manner vafW inF the nominal prjcc of their purchafes in Aftgtotfts and having heard tkc Council of AM the by the of whole purchafes are flhtcYiof to the year Mandajtat the ifbilc thefe kindt of paper were in are declared valid m law any decUnta to tje contrary is ifmNbntuer or Finance it charged with the ezeru toe prefent which hall be inlertcd in the bulletin of the The Putt SigneA I the Pirft Conk V of Signed LKCLBRO TO GENERAL May Iftewlth Citizen that you take toe courfe of fubmitttng to the armft of the Republic ThoCe who contrived to miflead you rcfpetttng the real of the French re very cri We muft now think of purfuing the authors of My only bufincfs mult be to endeavour to Yeftore the Colony as fpeedily poflible to ancient the and as weU the Inhabitant of the wHo are with Jiave bo reafon to be afraid that one for part I throw a veil of oblivion over every thing that hasbaffed at Domingo before my I imitate the eximple of rheChicf ConfuUn the i8th AH thofe who are here have a Career and in future I hall have no but between good and bad and your will be employed and Veatedlvke thercftofmy With regard you delire and you After jnan fuftaineo for fcveral years burdeu ot of I appre licnd be aeedl I leave you at liberty to retire to Of your habitations you I rely Co much on the attiicKtnertt you bear to the Colony of to btlieveyCB will employ the of leilorc you may have in your in conmmnimtinjj to me your ref picking the means to be taken to make Agricul ture and Commerce again foon a lift and ftatement of the Ctuation of the tronp iHnler General Denalines are tranfmitted to I conunoiiicate to you my intentions as to the pofition are to Annexed to this you will find the Arrete I have to repeal the provifions of that of tbraSth regarded signed GeneralinChief that the the flrft Article of Arrete of the Thich put Gcueral of the protection of the 1 arc in conicqucncc of which he the Civil and Military Authorities to confider that srticle as M To be printed at the May The Hamburgh Mailof th nth mentions u new inftqrceof the weaknefs bl theTurkifh Em TLight hundred banditti of have fallen upon and levied contributions he greater part of rhe Hitherto they have met wiiltonly fdme flight but the are faiU to be arming on all ides td French expedition frorn LcgTiorn excites efpecially as it was difjatched in iuch that feveral pantfii which were in the ivere put in requiHtion for trie much againft the will of thr Comma nder fmatt then at anchor in the TheExpediupn fent from Genoa againfl the fa mous robber known by ihejuiipe of the has completely failed j and that with his continues his depredations in the environs of that ibfuch an extent as to prevent iutercourfc with it by His Ruyat Htghnefs the Duke nf Cambridge rtttiycd at Hanover about midday on the i ft of in the belt health and The hole city was illuminated in the A coti coutfe of tiad come to be prefent at The flreerjj werd crowded in the evening with people and equipages and the the fmalleft diftur pang or Several illumi is now that ihe uneitpeded buftnefs that has and the frequent delays that have will make it icnpnfiible to prorogue Par liament bejoe the 28th The Diffblution will probably take place on or about the There will be a greater change of perfons in en Cuing Parliament than has been retblec5lcd for many Letters by the Mail from Jamaica arrived yefler inform thftt in thegrrarer part of the French fleet having Domingo eight tail had been ordered home from the Jamaica ftation by Admiral as no longer neceflary in that and that ten mnre fliips of war were to be fent to foon as the in Do mingo hould be This event hufing rnce taken the whole of above1 force muy hortly be expected in A Meeting of the to was yetierday held at to of pbraining icdrefs againfl who da not give go vernment btrt negotiable as Gavernment for the payments of the by rhis means fecurthg to heir houfe a cnrhmiflion of one for re mitting the fame to Th fuWcribejt de fireto be put upon the fame footrngas criberi in who receive Gvernmeiit re ceipts for their and yeflerday trwyap poipted a confifttng 6f Gold ro wait u7on Fhe and infiprni that unlefs their cproplied tfcey houW feelt legal I x we received Papers aorh It appears from different articles in tbefe i that Chriflophe didiibt fubmitto Lecletxtilf they had obtained their Leclerc madVthe firft which lowed by a perfonal interview between himand One of the American Papers that General Chriflophe would notcome wftnin the French lines unril an Officer of equal rank was fent overas an hnftpge and then he ewered with every mi I if ajy pomp and The meeting adds the writer did not appear like of a traitor flealing an opportunity to betray A laid tohave been written from Gelntrtfl Letferc ro is handed about inParis in which he aflurfs the BlackChief that his willbe employed and treated like the reft of the Fren h With regard to adds defire and you deferve After a man has I u flamed to feveral t hie burden of the Government of prehend he needs 1 leave you at Irberty to retire to whichever of your habitations you I rely fq much on the attachment yctji colony of as to believe thai you will employ the moments of ieifure you may have in your to me your views refpecking the means to be taken to make agricul ture and commerce again The French Emigrants at Bamberg have Seen ordered to rjuit rhat ctmnrry by July as are now at liberty to return to their ExtraS of a private htttr from June 14 The utmort tranquillity prevails in ihrt n the gren fcarcity and extreme dearnefs of IVknt is at prefenr dearer than it has been for many and cofls I4fous Bread continues at 18 foui for and will in confluence the prccautjpnand activity of be allowed to exceed that In the country parts it is much and there are dtftficls where it cannot be got at fcarccly arry Admiral Villaret Joyeufe is toTail in the coiirfe of a tew days for with the rgnk vf CaptaitiGeneal of that Ifland and It is confidently that the is abf Cutely deranged in his The lofs of his fucuititfs is fuppufed to be occafioned by epilepfy by which he has of late be n fevertly af He he arrived jn a I mo ft uniformly governed by the advice of his Confeflbri in conjunction with the Arch bifhop of and the new Cardinal of and prevailed on him to iflue the laft refpecl the Jn the French Mini General Thelatter threatened the Cardinal with Ail the artifls and men of literature who have long been accomrmdated by Government with apartments in the have been obliged to leave them within thefe laft two given rife to ferious wellfounded comp not only becaufe the plan of removing the public library and placing Egyptian monu ments has been deferred for five but alfo becaufe ihe moft ikameful partiality has been hewn in the diftribution of the funds granted by Bonaparte as an indemnity to thofe uhofe inierefls were injured by their It is univerfally believed tlrat trie Firft Conful has not been made acquainted with the true ftate of the and therefore men of very interior merit have obtained confiderabte whilft others of real ta lents have been treated like of mere The who is excelled tjtf nvoft fanciful and fpTencttchie c is bid that in the beginning of next month at the fa rt he accord ntj to a jilan of indemnities fixed to take polfeflionofHil and Rarjerborn on her w n and he BifJhopriq 6f Fiilda for ihe Prince of roopi dcflintd ior ihii enterprifc have been tang and to march under the or ders of Count who is to organize fhatcwntry conformably to rhe wimes of thePruf Han fey rhe la ft courier from hnS1 notified his acquiefcence with thefe The fcntiments of the other European on the planof not yeiof bf a letter from June Within thefe few days much conversation has taken place iri a certain refpetfting a pro bable change in the Confutation and this circum ftance yery ferioufly occupies the politicians moft looked up to for If ill be that a Committee has beeq for the pttrpofe of tllis great it tnufl be allowed that the Members conduct with great dif cretion and for fo mufh eontradiflion ap pears in tM Station of thofc who pretend to be the beft one is apt IQ believe that they hare been played upo0 falfe marks of given to them to found the public1 or that ihey amufe vhemfelves by vagtii The only point upon which they fe m all to that word Conjlitation will befhortly but of and tirand Charte will be It is certain that the word Conftitntion hasJKenveryunformrintfr during 1500 years it could not make its way into for rhelelaft in it has been fiibjed ro every is not fuffii ciently underftood in this oirnrry that men make the but time the Time ofj all the LegiQaiorramongft volatile leaf known ot the leaft the deaieft It is faid there are to bf two or ai in and the i Power AV hie h originated trvone nf thS fine ideas of the AbWSy eyes to be if fome vice rauft Jhave been the Senators and not in the it was only which could preferve its in flepfindance without or mantfeft a and to the Cnrt apob the Protefllng and Elective here by the La tt wiHu lie transferred ro the Confuiar Au then the privikge to rejfrft or accept the laws which may or have pafled in two arttMldeiis jjexv and ir may be readily if the the ex preifetl hfs dtfire fhould be order of the take place alrrtoft vvithout hint of oppositions The RfllyaUfts might fee alteration with but their opinions would have and the Republicans are now fufficidntly ENtiGHTEntD to the fureft mode of jprefervtnglthe hare of liberty which etrcumftances alluw is conduct them felves with a to The Legiflators are eagerly Jooking out fur places finder the new order and inftead of enjoying themfelves during the adjourn ment of the their fnmiljes in the many of them remninat Paris to warch over the great not of the but oftheir any the alteration of his own is the only one who hast ventured to remain in his in fpire of all and grounding upon his he does not Wufh to give out that the Government mean he fhould occupy one quarter of ihe facade of the The Firtt is about making fome alte rations in the eftablifhmeht of the palace of the who is going to marry Mademoilelle will be employed near the perfon of Bonaparte but it is not yet known what place he will or whom he will fucceed every wheel is fet in motion to difcover the Confuls in but he has the happy art of preferving his own A kind of coolnefs is now fubfifting between the French and Batavian becaufe the Dutch are fome what dilatory in paying thofe in ftalmems to in confiqeration of which the latter country will indemnify the The Congrefspf Memd fiill continues ro je the general topfc of conveHaiion among the more en lightened claffes of people rtn rhe Ac fome the fate cf the Turkifti Empire be decided there and Auftria is faid be willing to cede her fhare of Poland t on Condition of getting equivalent poflffions in the Torkilli provinces of The Porte according rhe laft advCes from fent is the Treaty f Amiens to the Firft Confu but the Gmad Signior daily feels greaier nijirchfcnflons ihe faTety of his Conferences on this fubjedl have ac tually taken place the tfe Ruffian siud Briflih In confequenceof thefe two couriers weredifpatched on the i7th to Peterfburgh and the other to The Petition of his Royal Highnefsthe Prince of been indotfed by his Majefty into the Court of and a fpeedy hearing upon tt will rake We doubt that a decree Can be had in fo as to lav it upon the of the Houfe of sccording to Tyr whirts laft declaration i but there is tio fiar of one being fo as the difcuffion ready the opening of tljenew The following Peerages are expeded be grant ed at of the prefeht Seflion of Sir to be Baron Fitzwalter Lord Arden a by the fame title and Dund Vifcoiint of it is will be created Marquis of The arrival in London of General the is confidently ex pefled in the courfe of the prcfent month who is preparing for his will out for Paris for fome days after the GeneraPs as he is enabled to communicate much information to his with refpect to the general ftate of diplomatic affairs in this but alfo with refpecl to the charac ters pf the Brjtifh and Foreign Minifters with whom it wifl be for him to maintain an inter Otto is to remain at Parti a month be fore he takes his departure for This Gentleman has never yet feen the Firft in xvhofe efteem he holds a very diftinguiihed A letter from Paris There is no doubt about King cf Erruria being depofed but the French Journals kmitbttn ordered not fay anything ABOUT or to fay a word on the affairs of Pied or the King of A private letter from of the Mth but to which we do not attach much credit nut the furrender of and at in a leis favourable point of view than the official difpatches received by the French It is that the main body of the black army had revolted from and chofen another previous to his at the fame time permitting him and his friends to make the beft terms they could with the French The fucceflor of Toul faint is faid to be a vvho had held ihe rank of Serjeant of Grenadiers among the rebels of and had been a great favourite of the fugitive An Engliih officer has paflcd through Vienna from with fix fine horfes for thePrince of IMPERIAL riOTJSE OF On the order bf the day for die Irifli Import and Export Duty CORRY informed the claufe in the Bill directing to 6 trade between Great Britain and a fimiUr omifton jn the Britifln on ihe principle that the of provided for the mutual of two and in order to place t itronger relisnce oo Some had occurred here in nuUiplicity of cafes oot being yet butjhcy had been immediately dfawbact The into effedl until a book of for Ii o that io ufe When the ot beji trade oaly to the next Seffioo rdi that may on houhihe etftndfed to Ireland for he altogether fo that if honour of a feat Houft he QOftRY v iff1 thought ii necelTiuv bow to owic I that the BiU did not comprife ii In aneiemptJon to refpedl to wrought the Irifli not btring o afford Any fupply of thai to be received 3 five Report of the Paper Doty Bill wasbre4glrtbfk and the Refohitions were agreed f he Irifli Lacertificated theDeer ing Lord HutchinfonV Annuity the HyoTome ter the Iflc Man and Bill were read a third The Five Mllliop Exchequer Loan WMl Militia Difchargc Bill were reported be read a third time on to AidedoCamp to the is to be married to the daughter of Spaniih She is Imle more than and is to have a confiderable uroc is jo prefent her on the of with dianidrtds to the amount t Amongftthe additions ihade ro thr our w e have iferfn to oelieyip rnall to the would no be I aft gratefully Out of tven hundred which inoculated in the Hall of the Faculty at one offered coufd termed 3 The wife of in 1aft of three She had twice was a twin herferft The barn and ft of Lord at were burned to the ground laft in of a perfon hooting at f par row sin t de It was w ith much dtfiwulty the dwel linghonfe was On Monday Ivjichnels went CQ to ee his is under fenience of death for ufteririg counrerfsit filvcr and whilein the ot prrlenring him hhlfa the villain in confinement ripped open his belly with a He was immediately confined re his and his brother was taken to Earth lomews HofpiraU COURT OP JUNE Lieutenant Commander of the and who had us Purler of that viffelj was brought up to receive hav ing been convicted of charging the Admiralty for a of provilions than and at y higher price than had been Grofe addreirrd him on rhe heinoufnefs of crime ot which he had been that it could not have been comrrfitred without get ting falfe receipts and combining fraud and forgery The frequency offuch nor the high rank ot of the was no extenuation rV fentence that he fhould be imprifoned two yefrs in New arjd ftand in rhe pillory oppome the Admi once in the cmrie of that The entrits of and other Weft India at the for three days have been uncommonly great the duty paid on one entry by a mercantile houfe in this amounted to more than Friday about twelve Mr late ot was flopped by fome villains at the near and robbed of nhat property he had about and atl his even to his very Wheat experienced a rife of per barrel Jail in comparifun of the average rate on the preceding Oats tho the and bailey the barrel j the rates at flour were from to il the both on rhe laH and foregoing of the City of Dublin dealer and to far render on the jd and 5th dayt of July and 3d day of Auguft This Day is ESSAY on the VENEREAL feminal and a deftruelive Hdbit of a private Nature with an Addrefs Guar and thcfc who haVe the Care and Educa tion of Likewife Advice to particularly to thofe who are a Rifled with Nervous Complaints The whole intcrfpcrfed and illuftrated with a Variety of au thentic never before infer in a new Edition of SOLOMONS GUIDE to is fold by and all other price with En The fo fuccefsfully ad j miniftcrcd in all of to with the utrnoft fafety andefficacy Sold at the Bottles at contain Sis HalfGuinea en which British   

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