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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 1, 1802, Dublin, Dublin IIOUST OF COMMON JUNE moved the rdcr of the Day for fuming the adjourned debate on the Finn Mr thought it unncceflary to trouble the Hnnfc fubjcct 5 tilt Right Gentltman fthe Chancellor of Hie Kxcniqbtr would ejthtr negative his TicrucyJa wr move rmr previous ai he tliouglTt fit he Ticrnev onjy Anxious that Relolu 9 T In I 1 fluJOld he hr fltould fnlnnit but a very few to the Houfe tipou iMs material be Relbluttons andthofr the itefthought Cetftfimah had uttdVrlUtedj OKI Rinatmt Of the Debt charged ujdn in jcon I the fuW onaeeouhV Wf upon V itd to the eorwri n iin ot iiitu and the application he made of it to thcprjbatU amount of our itf coiild only tJtli he had wliicrf he had now great confidence iud he adverted to the meeting ourjncrcafrd Me illtijlej certain topffie flinch beSn We r t T7 lu for thedifcharge oRlie claims on the Emperor of fubicifl cd or given alluded to live protiaTTeincjjaTe of4 il Collide of had tirft taken the fubjcA ami the moit luppy eifcds might be expected to relult from SeveralLActoufoti Table by the n I Table by the rnedtiatj here teruied the per i wliich ought tohave With I itoithcmode in which rhc WiMiVkntlernan had this value of rfic 1ong valiieoftlbfe ifthnuities bco with ofJ increafinjg the maftYif the i the ahntftl atrtdunt of i nmghfebnly to confidered vi achatge on tlie S of the Sinking flirted In the ftpinibii thafthe Hon Gentleman fholild have added tVthat amount ri ditfjJtock purcliafed hy tlic ComrniuloijV era for the reduction of Debt within the it With the Inttreft and of Management on the that Geiitlcroanflioultl hafe added the funi of being the feared of To the produce of the the would no doubt think it fait to afld the krnount of the Corq Whicih httJbeen paitT opt of nrptfuce of the impoiribicfor the Hffufe nft produce of the Perma nent Taxes during the prcfent which was equal ftVourUe year 1799 Thefc were a fewlother points1 iiy difrered from but upon the whole the difference was very He did not 11 link he negative the Gentlemans Ffefolu tioni he fliould thcrefbre content hiuifclf with itmcach ii TfflKNEY fliortly explained he extended ought in ftiting the amotnt VANS1TTART made fome1 had been advancediiy th Qhanccljor of the that the amBtftill of our territorial regcnutiii ing which be made to UiepuTflfc in tfie topics zm wfcieh he hswlJor which all he faid it look forward with juft hopes of angmetJtiiig confideranlv alloof ourbro bable Naval the he had tycd fprmeriy djdctfoiIay fuch a Imthis objeiStVaiMn JUKE The King has been pjeafcd to order Congt tp pafidie empowering thVtfem amj Chapter Of choofea Bifhop of the death of the Right Reverend therTdf and his Majeffy alfo been by his Royal n foundation of ihfeRepu The Comnierclal Treaty tvveeh this country and i ed upon nearly firnilar to 1 Treaty of and M Coqfte Commercial veral conferences with our MtniftrybMi ap DeanandC ter the llight RcvcrjcndFathcr in God flOW la ijur italteo fanguineendoglitOhorie that our any woultkbc re 1 differentJfpnr the then tooka YICAT of the general which lhadbe4 Ire quenly mndi otour profperitywas to tlie warii it to fce he entertaiued duringltbt mealM oifow tiatta we of thefe trade and j 1 trarj ticc of tccil year 1 V t v 11 ft ri rw fROM THE i no oJ i for b that ir iir indifj DorrsifnoulS by negociator on thjfe occafiony ext in uhtil tKe Tlfeaty is I The divifion mafched t m the In tlie Sitting of the pii of to obferved fawn that rathef tihanj former had arranging iheDtand few1 years had fornjerlyibccnitakfctfsorthc Fi nancial of this pences 6f this cippntry with a his Right affairs of countw ow turn of peace ffourirticd was fjittp thofc which Devalued with a view of increafinjg that TfxkNkv i CHANCELLOfLof the EXCHEQUER jdiDcrcrjceittftitament WM fp that hcMd not v worth trouble the Roulc ijpon tlic fubjeiSL great tliat Refolutions framedfor the pnrpofe of giving a of which tlwt Ctuslion hyno means oftXe txaifl and ftatemcnt of bur fkttationl If the complained of any thing in the GehthfhanVRc was rather of what the GcntTcman had otic omittetrctlianof what he fcad He Voured to Iupply the deficiencies in and to exhibit a fafrer view of oiirfituiti n than could be collected from theilefeSive ftaterneiBl tit tte He then went throujb the Refblutlohs to the Paper of the courfe of ho no quarter had been the qbarter from the jth of January tothe jth of April ftom whifh he had a right to look to the fame nroductf ID HaVing conetltrbtigli TIC would he whether it was pofllble to enter ttiiin any apprehrrrfion as to our kiid the jneans the Country to enable IMO hear burJcns and to dignity and ill eonlequehcc Htlookciiwith confidence and at tbc which the tfy polTcfftd of providing amply i forpublic credit aud public He could late this with confidence to the Houfciand to the Country and if there afifc a of recurring to new the Country was iHit but that it was able to provide without thofe Helooked how anticipating anyifucli additional alargefurplueof revenue to1 be Gentleman muft allow that the actual produce of the Revenue had rather accorded with his of the Eicliequers Gentleman Perhaps himfclf and the Gentleman forward with but degrees rf When he relourccs of the great pro grcfs had been made in the rcduDion of the Public and that 4he means of discharging which was l to were I to it ililijc tor him not to contemplate the lituatfon ofthcCbuit iry theutmoft Upon thcfi prbpqfccl hU TIRRNEY the difference between him and Right on many ill I and on other points txWemely little not flnccthcy brtth fame The oilly thing winch eniifli that he proceeded on prclUng any thing that appearedlike fome of the Rcfoluiions of the Right Gfimlemah took in a fpciulation of what vis to he i and it upon that eipeAation that diffitteacqacole between him and the Right Gen tlcmant That theRcvcnuc of flourifh but the Right Gentleman i vent buck and to take a view of the then Peace Eftahliflnneiif tliis appeared to him to be an unfatisfadory manner of computing inafmuch as tbeni Vft had been at for conCderablc and the calculation was brought forward to the year which a ptriwl further advanced in peace than we at The chief difference betweert him and iltc Right Gentlcoun what was to be the and hecould not afleiit to lious ciprcHcd by the Right Gentleman upon that After expatiating upon this and other topivs for Ionic he obfervwd that bis in bringing for xrard thin ilifcuffion netto create Uny dcfpondency in the public tel nnne Ue tliought 41 very to the the fliould be 1 iulty he had thereforemade his Ibtcment with1 that vJovj he left his rcfulutions on tlie table that they maybe judged of and compared with thofe brought for VardbV tlie Right The CHANCliJXOR of he ftm Tatinfled it waa not from any intention to dcfpondency in the public mind1 that the Gentleman had brought forward his Refolutiona he gave Itim full credit for tke purity of his motives great1 fubjecl of difltrence between him and the Gentle man Was not from any material inaccuracy ftatc inciit of the but that his refolutionn did not contain all that was and fuch as they fliould to give the public fuch a view financial this country as the fuhjccl required jtire opinion could be formed upon Many of the on which there a he fliohld paft htcaufc they were really fo trifling to be un riotjcc Theium which he frequently repeated referable to the Peace the Houic be that this ufmuft fpcak a tnuflt beesMife owr Taking ayqragfriofJhfc tlie of wine was iifed ycarty ajiriug tifce latter period moPBthattduring of ind cfintcaMwo i millions Wt gan ic comnjcreE neufril he fliould Advanced Gentleman here read a va omngo je might fal0 bfr afford i lii2 1 between tltem and were Itheyi otl tie a ra been wntreijifipprj the refult trial our cj prove of late ywrs by Swedes tht w to fufftr from it vfr it hadbetn Taidthat dur trade had gomplete ports during the quarter wire in tlieyeajriSoiUfyayUoKii this tapij the v4ue the rculvplie quarter in and the rcaTvaJuc an incrfeafe of nearly a Sir to declare as bin tliat our trade fq Vere nuny were the of n our trade xifOuW now inct wkich we might bu of our front they were The CHANCEfiLdRtJf the had heard the point men total number of bdofe I SepiVrpb Englaudv owin gf hf H M n f I t t ft rrefpondence u sjM j Wlowing frigates and Ci ys ravages at iffifl m f gence fVo ith have jrruijt we lliouUI lofe none whjcjk and that pro duced fcarcely any tRing as our own Co fuppljed Oujf clfrrjfuffiption efe4 prodilee 6r the Kticfgri He admitted that it was neccflwV tolook with vigilance and caution tea of rccuFiing to tfte ijD rage fniugglersTrom it aridt and th rjrtntirlties arid has began to oBding to the laft intelli t is flh fergreiater and encarbp u June late have produced moft happyj pared all The crops of grain and complerely recovered frpin the of fate btafting Evea haVe iivfome degrcfe expeifreacHey VfcM half a crop C1 iWui i L Taroiv TKe PlibljR Jnflruclion pf ordered four buftttro be placed nt great hall of fhefeare Mafffeha and the fqiiadron no account ofighff fjrrenderi had reached VheW in except while in a tiays att a ter and to plunge tjian The previous queftibn was then t Chancellor bfthc Uciblutioas wf re The CHANCELli0Rof the EXCfeQyfeil moTcd an Addrefs W his that ht would be jjrapir Oufly pleafcd to cortfer fomj dignJjy in lie John for his as Chaplin he The thai William MiuUler to his Sicilian haAhiad fortune to jdifcoverj of iftitne ancient maou4 a valuable of the learning ol former but for his aflifted by a Nohld wlio had ever Wmfclf a proj mqter of thofe manufcrlpts dc Great pnocrcft had been riiade ingettine ihcm the particulars would be laid beflbrr Parliament early in the neu Semou In the mean as a conlidcr ablcfumnt moneTihad been andWould ftillbc required to coniplctc the be trufted the Houfe would have no to a for an AddreTa to His praying that bevould be pliafed to gran thci of 1 to his Majcftys Mij nifter Plenipotentiary to hn Sicilian towardaj paying the ex incurred In copying Antient Manu fcripu difcovercd at Hereulaneum and ti I The CH of the that he forry there was fo thin when he was about to give a very important It would be reconciled that when the fubjccl of the Civil Lift Debt was before the he had lated that he meant to forward a mcafurc prevent its accumulation in He was deeply concerned that the multiplicity of publick bufinefs had prevented him from giving it a fuflleierit Qet grcc of attention to bring it to it had not been and would be brought fpr ward early next if not by he trufted by fomc other of his He confidered the Houfe pledged fpr it as well as He likewife gave itotice that a plan would Houfe next for the purpofeof providing agatjfilVthe dreadful which aroie on board of merchant hips on long want of chirurgicil The Ring piSardinia Arrived on thei with fuire he wal efcorted a vtferadHrmeai of Pontifical he Palace appointed The ffeott his Majefty whereihe SecVet Cliamher was Hfr wasfeceived by hrs 4r l n V HoIiWfs ofrjpe mo tender hrt returned the his Holihefs aliglired frotn his his Majefly atterripted ttrkifi bis toe erefcerir Shark Colnett hi Appointed to the His Majeftys fliip of 54 gunsV at deftfnednto carry out naval jftoresUoNeVrSautb Wales7and to hip from fome of the timber from t hat Colony r to afcer tain to what rriny be applied in the dockyar4s of Great certainly to on Morn day andv to be diflolved by proclamation on Tlhe1 wfiti ifluedafter twelve oclock on Tuefday The abolition of hohdays sit though authorifed has pro dticed fome diforder The workmen of the deferring their tan about the ircets offifty or anhundred though the endeavoured to ap peafe them by the mildeft ihe tumult was they wore furrounded and cannon pointed againft them ri The inauguration of the Chief Gonful for tifVis that the front of that and the ruins of a numbenof houfes which have betrt pulleddoWnfihce explofion of the infernal Thegreat iron and the upper part of have been newly gilded upon this which is not only intended as an honour toihe but is ftamped as a feftival in jarrtmemoration of f t The is Arrived ir tne from Oo William landed from ibis hip at iri a imoft deplorable after an attempt to deftrpy This had lft hft wife ar abtout fortnight previous to emftirking ii h fotf r of to a During liis appealed Jn a pjon melan choly and dejedled would frequently men tion the name of his and burft into tears 89 his eyes were diretfted to his how betrayed noparticuiar fyrnptoms of to create alarm in thofe about him for During the laft or three days of his he frequently interrogated fprvantif England couW not yet be defcrted from the and on being in the appeared much hurl and dehrinfl nfian to give him the earlieft notice of luch a Welcoroe difco This the did not fai to do 8 when his turning from drew a razor from his and cut his throat in a rnoft TheSqrgeon of the veflel mftantly fummoned to his nulflfance but the was too the being entirely afford any profpecl of prcferving hit ADover a few hours running abftgGde tne it WM deemed rnoff advifeable to end v to the nearefl port they He was ac his land a Gentleman who accompanied him from Bengalput on board the and conveyed to the Ship in Dift reft The at the unforiqnate mans was fent back to the fhipfor He appeared perfeclly fenfible of his approaching and bettayed great uneafinels left he Ihould not behold his children ere he He expired the fame Hit four in nunH the nOt more than eleven years ar rived about fix hoars after his d The Coroners Inqueft was yfefterfcy held on the
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