Dublin Journal, June 26, 1802

Dublin Journal

June 26, 1802

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Saturday, June 26, 1802

Pages available: 4

Previous edition: Thursday, June 24, 1802

Next edition: Tuesday, June 29, 1802

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About Dublin JournalAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: Dublin Journal

Location: Dublin, Dublin

Pages available: 49,168

Years available: 1800 - 2010

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.18+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : Dublin Journal, June 26, 1802

All text in the Dublin Journal June 26, 1802, Page 1.

Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - June 26, 1802, Dublin, Dublin Hrince o Glon arrived iliis nfternoon in ntu on board the Latoua ftigaie he will land this occupy the apartments of the Dutchtfs of AngU1 in the palace 20 The Has now etelfrt to die Difimtive Prfaty of and ten to Paris Jhijhis is Rated that the ftipulnuons of this peacerelaMveto irte Porte fhajl fried into and that the Porte and the Agentfrbrntt gteat court Has arrived rtt ro acH as mediator it fwan OgTu and the pace two forty been committed and it is contemplation ro order that rha dead bodtofcof thdfe who hall kill ihall be naiBjj the public in order tu deter others from the conimiflion of this The following is the order oHnarch of the troops which fire to take pdfTemon rtftthet errJTOries affigned for an indemnification to Pruffij tlridef fhttfttmeduue cbmniand of his fcvcel tine of two battalions of Sreim fquadrons of two bat grenadiers of and too heavy cui to bccuriy the Bifhonric of i loni about ten of and of Count i bullion of i bar of battalion of fufileers of of grenadiers of 2 fquadrons of 2 companies of half a 2 companies of foot 5 is of Goeking wfiich are in to occupy the Bifhopric of tnd a part of teBKigcnrrirnand ol Lieutenant General Blu of Blucher 5 battalions of grenadiers of halfbattery to take poffefllbn of Muhlhau it i S f PARIS iflued Council has the iff ofthfr eflablifhcd in purfuance dated the lath of Prefects uiaiijoeto eyeLover which treat of political in find pafTages contraryto lipublic top the and bring Authors before e National prefcifks fliall inform the jneafures Wfhich theyhave of the iliall be rcfponlible for its and fliall najnc under the penalty ioo vj v 7rIt is iKat our fend to London jute of i among thofe AV ho a re mo A Finance ahd there to conclude a treaty of adapted to theintereflj of both na Body has alfy ori ihe report of si decreed the uniformity of weights inal the territories of the the Court of Prjuflia vvill fend o the Hague Jill afteirf the of jhe Till Minifler to tune F P Weights and and recommended its T jtls number of yblveiliafve lately rp monthv have orptofe and de T 500 fheep atia They foahof They corou i troops of four of troops it is af mblvdtdttirrreDutehftAntiers on Ger were ceded to to componfation for m thrKiijfrflif 6at Jinjmarrucdat Rome on the zaflof lhe The Council tlerieral of that in vofaji have proclaimed They write Irtftti Jerome the ounget1 brother oHhe Firft Cbn arrived there Where he wjll OP board of sViJ 3 itj thf Italian Republic are a Pair ty a and a Palm Chief o of 7A uitted his headquarters at and efta hiihfelf in the hhjjRtfle mountains Of the wherehe u all the p Having 8 dcftHjfknfreat wjth pur i the purpomef vvInch Ihall bepaid and to ticttof his iiftdhepfomites that they vill livi jjMf honett if fewm complete am uot bfn anftvervd he if Ciiuners bet ween is rh6re frequent than If is a thing after foments be appointed fm ployed intaking pofTeffion of June bartalWn bfihe 69th demi which Kiade part orftje and which was Watioiied has arrived Hrthis r Jane feparattlh f from the Helvetic Republic appears and it u thought that an Aol of rdtaifcrn ment will immediately deflating officially its Junt Queen of Naples fspre paring for her which will take place in the courfe of the prefent her Majesty will make but a fhort flay at and proceed from thence to board ft Spa nifh with the Priqcefs deftined to tfpaufe the Prince Royal of The King of Spflin repair with trMfPrmcefs Jcflintd to be the fpoufe of the Prime Royal of The who prefervfc a great BTtachmem to the Court of rtjdice at fhjs double from which they hope great ad vantages will jfunt it following it ah trad of a letter from Citizen Colonial Prcfetjl qf to a perfon in this dated at April 26 The approaching arrival of the forces from the Mother will entirely reflotfe nrdirr at and I hope the example of Do mingo will prove as well as that of a mu tiny of a Black regiment which sit the and which was fupprefled in three days by the extreme acliviry and of Governor This letter was brought by the veflel La Tut arrived The arrival here of a veflel from Guadaloupe in 3a or 23 been announced fince yefter The intelligence he brings from that Colony is of courfe extremely we expert with impatience the letters and packets which are on We hall know tomorrow what jvat Emperor has granted tf the kingdom of Hungary the liberty of exportinii to foreign countries the productions of its of etery Jmi Momitw anhpuncei Ithat within the fnips have arrived at diflferent French ports from Lon grain and affe Some attempts have beeri made in the depari ment of the by a perfori named to difturb the operation of the by a tended pafloral in which he arrogates to himfelf the right of prefcribing a formiria oF de claration different that ordered by theCar dmal ThePrefefl has direclcd that he be taken up and profecuiedas a diflurber of the pub lic and a A corjrfpondence has been the Swifs Counfellor of nnd the Swifs Ambaflador to the Courtof Vienrjai bach The former infotmed the latter oftherecent changes that had taken in Switz latter replied he could receive no orders from the new Petty CoHmcilj that he had been conflitutionally appointed by the firft Lan dammani who had not given in his tefig arid who could not be difmifled by fix Mem bers of the Petty PRIVATE JtNt LAmi Fouche is flill the moft watchful of Mi and during the antient Government the police known to be fo inquifitive or fo The coffeehoufes and public places fwarm with anxious to difcharge to the oftheir employers the duties of thftir abominable office Yet this vigilance fcemsnot to be very ne The people areas tired of politics here as they are on your fide of the and it ii rarely that you can find in any company rrien dif pofed of bold enough to enter into a free difcutfion of the Rate of The is Dated be very full the Baflille was at during the reign of the unfortunate JLouil the The in Domingo is at an but it wi bfffOrrie time before the Ipirit of party Is i ind Jbcfjxre jihe blacks reado pi thofe femiments and ryffrim which they had ptevioufly to the late con I have heard it ihat it is in comem itation to invite TouiTaint Louverttire to repair to in order to recover from the fatigues he las endured fof fo many and to pay a vifit to the w ho admires hs touiageand his talents Every Wednesday evening plays are performed at the private Theatre of the Firft at Mal none but the favoured and intimate frr This is rational relaxation from the important n flairs of a new and pre ferable to the ufual modes employed at Paris for amufement of Uifure General and Lucien are diflinguifhed for their theatrical talents but little is faid refbedling the vxccpi Madame Louji i The Police has lupprefled the fale of a entitled The Lift of Marit datoinettt yten of This is a fort of gratuitous fiefs and for never was there written a more flat jtnd and confequently left Jqrigerous j it is a mere compilation bving Lrtiiiitfh the ntiinc cf BjlMfie uis heard with maiks parricolarlyby nn elderly h in the Afch a Ja an dbutninatiori 1 TKtf Editor withihe protnile of ctjd ititxvo tiotus he recrtted the fatal to conflgn The nigma w lien it iifkiiottji that the elderfy man was a per ciifa and dureputable figure in the is to whom the uiifurrunately addrefTcd him kit This an idea of the regulations of the in this of Ltbtrty I A JUNE The Dublin General And Wednefday ne him the firft rr Otuntry lor the f rrivial not to be relied upon f the fup is accounted for by the follow at it ap liffd to the officefor pennHfion to fell his book j tlw perfon who is at the was and it tvasnccefTary to make application to the clerk j upon We this morning recetved Paris Journals igth The fepafation bf Lar Valais rVom the Helvetic Kepublfc determined It that the Emprefs of Ruflia and f the Queen of Pruftia willaccompany their hof bands in the intended interview at One of the Adjutants of the Firft Conful arrived at Berlin on the ifl and proceeded on for Mtf he carried difpatches for Emperor of RuOta and King of Pruffia from the Firft ij was fuppofed relative to the The high price of bread in si deep folicitude to the French amfthe and other Paris to the are anxious to infotm the people of arrivnl in the French of fortyfour flitps in a week frWri and and of the expetfled arrival of twenty more laden with wTSeat end the impor tations have we bein fufficiently larg produce any great fall the price of The fmall loaf which was ufually Gild for two is now fix j in many particularly Abbe ville and tne price we are is Perfonsjivho have been to know full well the oiftrefs that pervades former of thofe the hundreds thai futround every unable to obtain a and clamo rous for relief There is however every profpedl of a fine and abundant harvrft throughout the Re We it U fixed hall be prorogued on Friday and chnt the Procla mation diflfolying If ihdtl appear in the of bn SiindSy the Royal fei oBF for T t on is expelled to bring with t of the due to thisj jenance of A copy of ihefjfftroclions giverj tiy the Prince the Carnattc to his sin relative to his has been By this u ap that the profeffed mot the prweeding that his father had carried on an Dnjuftifiablt correfpondence with Sultari of the The Company to fhew that had every dif pofition to Cerve wlibm hfs Htghnefs had f vverefully make a very liberal proyifion for of his previousjtiirreriderof ajlthe dominions which been nominally to This propofal even in corrfequtnce of which the Cdmpanys officers en erefr into a treaty with the nxt imtnediate Princeio the re fult of which wai ihat 1mpe tiai aterfatn degree tp the Com patty it is necetTary m is merely and fae on appears tbbe very artfully but moft extravagantly As the fwbjecl is to Undergoa Par liamentary the iruih will ioon be made known to ths world j and therefore do we de for the giving any pofltive opinion refpeeking the merits the conclufionof the Princes toi his Agents he You brtalce yJtirieJves to Sovereign the very of Kings and prefent my humble and then to his Royal Higljnefs tne Prince of who has always evinced a very particular and friendly regard for the interefts of my It will anneceflary to ftate any thing to therh further than what is mentioned in my Thsfe high and auguft Perfonages no inducement to lerid their utmoft aid to repel Every exertion is making in the IhdiaHoufe fo prepare for the Houfe of Commons the will other authentic documents of the late Nabib of Sevetal atteftations of the principal inha bitants have lately been received refpetting the ha bits and conduit of the and thofe of the reigning Nabob during their mino A private letter from Paris that the paci fication of be fucceeded by fome falutary alterations in forms of the Govern ment ofFrancei calculatedto infttre ifs perma nency and its 1 he nature of thofe intended not but it is fuppofed that there will be two Legiflative Houfes as in England f thatthe Confervative Se nate will be and thtft the Cnnfolate is o have the or accepting law s which way be difcufled or pafled by the Legifia live On LewJs i putt period 10 by fhooting himfelf wnh a at his1 houfe in Heleft Lord Hobnfts office about ha Ifpa ft one faying he WHS going 10 dinner i but he had not been at home many minutes before the report of a piftol was On his wife and daughter going into the room they did not obferve any as he was leaning on his hand upon a table j but immediately blood began to gufli out of his A Surgeon was fent but on examining he found the ball had entered his and drove part of his right jaw into his At fix oclock the Co roners Jtiry fat at the Rofe and Crown Public after examining witnefies his ftate of it appeared he had been frequently heard to fay he would hoot and the Jury brought in their GENErtAUE TothffOENTJL cond return my A 1 Sr T II I i i The nave created inypoy ftllt which I hifrliKv the comPahtpu on all evenVw contributed as much as JM it making your fendnwhts deckire my firm nour I f6 Tiighly and to additional profpech 6f fuccecdir1 whom I may not ret wilt at glecl to the real caufe t hall remain he many warm in my favour Tour deyotedand much obli ute mw fcfil fee To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the of A S the period is probably very diftantivhen a Diflbhttion of Parliamentwill reftore moft invaluable Right of choofing your fcv take the liberty of fubmitting my parliamentary your impartial with aa humble that ever i may be deficient Inabilities to fervc I fliaU not be fptnn to han been wanting either in rcaj orlfide1 ityto your i I feel ah honcft pride in I trud I may cjrprefc it Without the impuratidn of that at i imcOf very generaLpoIitical andupost one of iie moft trying and critical that perhaps etter I ftridUy and confcientioufly adhered to thofe iriiiciples which I publicly declared to you in the Court when you did me the honorto eled iijto the irefent I am Very that j wii ntore ndehted to your kind partiality to auV merit tlitt I poflcfs for the honourable fituat50n placed me if confiflency of cohdnci ertain tefi of as well as the fuircft public I flatter myfelf f mi umption a continuance of your General 1 have the honor to With every fentiment of gratitude Your very faithful aoddbi a bumble Servant i I To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS l of the COUNTY of T vrasnot my intention a ib wftiofce frbm the probable Diflblutlon of to have1 publickly cxprcflcd my coofjdcnce that my con duel your Reprefentative haqto titmofV of my lity proved my anxiety to obey toTerve as two Gentlemen hare offered themCcivei T cannot longer defer entreating the conti nuance of thatSupport which bat To honorably placed rot in the Station 1 now fill afluring you that I flraH ever confider thehenor of reprefehting the County of Dublirin in Parliament as the highoft that can be conferred and endeavour to merit it by a zealous andiindependant attention to the trdnquiiky and profpcrity of and tho promotion of the General Imerelt of i Believe me to with the higheft Yourmoft faithful and obliged hufn HANS To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of DUBLINV by a numbef pf r whofe Interefl and fliould have weight in your I moft refpeclfully propofe myfelf to become one of your Candidates oa the nejt General The longtime my cvertobelamented Brother whofc life was loft in defence of and your independanrc from foreign fented emboldens me to make this addtefs to your feelings and the intereft ray Family muft ever derive from the advantages accruing to and more cfpecially to the County and City of authorifes me in fome degree to make appeal to your Should I be fo fortunateas to obtain your my life flull be pafTed in endeavouring to promote the prof perity of that County I fliall he happy as to The important affairs of my prefent fo and embracing fo large a traSt of do not allow me for the moment to render my pcrfonal refpeas to you as foon as it confident with my njilitarv I fliall not fail to wait upon and to requcll your kind intereft in my I have the honor to with the greatcfl Your moft obedient and devoted humble 1 i WILLIAM GARDINER To the ELECTORS of the COUNTY of CARLO FROM the decided and almoft unanimous Sup port I have had the good fortune to experience on my I feel myfelf Called upon to return you my fincerc Happy iu the opportunity of foliating the honor to become one of your and encouraged by the ftrongcft affumncesof fupport from the mop rcfpecla ble Interefls in our and the repeated teftimonici Of attachment fo unequivocally cxprefled by rtijr many Other I feel a pride hi my and in the profpetSt of being able to aflert and maintain yoar Independence again I every Deeply grateful for the cordial reception I have been honoured and the warm dedanuionMn I prefume to flatter that highly liberal will prove by their effect that they have been neither nor 1 havc4he honor to Your very fineore and faithful March i8oa ;