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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 3, 1802, Dublin, Dublin GENERAL ELECTION CORPORATION of or GUILD of MARY April The in a Silver nnanimoufly VbtCd To the Right GEORGE Otfe Of dtt Rtprcfentativcs in Parliament for the City of tHc following ADDRESS to you the Freedom of ttt andloyal in Ttftimony of royalty and manly mamfcfted by nr1adheiciice Aipport of our Conftitu Signcd by JOHN Cllfc to the MASTEfctyARBENS and the Corporation of BARBER OT of NTagdatchcV I iion in Church and v v GENERA To the of the COUNTY of HAVING had the honor of Rcprcfcjttativcjn fncceflive and feeling tlic weiglit of Accumulated in what wordican I fufficieiitiy andjnofljjrateful at a moment when ill health compels A me to decline offering mylclf a Candidate your rcfpedlable County at the next r In retiring from your if you would have the jjoodnefs to cxcufe of a I would take the liberty of rccommcVicliiiiJ to your when a vacancy my who with ardent of hterttditaryandl cordial ta the flat tertfag dirtinftiort of re prefiipting the County Of Longford in Parliament V xyiljtfiicyer dif oiir for To Ihe GENTLE of OR conduct in that chata I folidt r hitherto been acceptable to you I feel withdraw irottt me your confidcpce feiting youV good J FJBEL iflft gratefully the MHtwrty being BMcthbef aWffisht Maikof your nf the irtry flattering terms in have Well pleafcd to conVeV your M you of loyaltyand Attachment to the Conftitutioh inChurch aiid Vbcft can1 mate aflure Viat while TKave lift IhaHcbntinue un Jhave the honor to be v You mtift devoted and faithful June i f OEORGE and INDEPENDENT ELtfCTOlRP of V the CITYtof IHftVE been from Ireland by indifpenfi MeVttufmcfe and 1 fear my flay in tfcis Country may prtBWy Iftvprotraijliid beyond the deriifd at which it is inifaiued may be For fuch an on my part much but wholly I ted I cannownake reparation niino mind fo as by thua publicly recommending to your care and attention occafion fent the Right GEORGE He was culled on by the Vdjfce of your People to be your Call Wsearfully obeyed the Truft wepofed iii hini he honeftty your and at yolir he it rcceivdd at your we aflc more 1 I have honor to With much gratitude and perfect j truly obliged Friend and humble June i IT a General Meeting of OGLEs i8oa DOCTOR in the It was unanimouny That the of this Committee begiven to SIR JOHN JERVIS WHITE for the very handfome and difmtcrcftcd manner which he has yielded his perfonal pretenfions to of thjs great by recommending the Right GEORGE OGLE to the fupport of the of ri Signed by COUNIY OF HAMILTON begs leave to ac quaint hii that an Office is opened at upport r iainac te only retuVh in faithfully difcharging my duty to the bcil of my Oentlemtn Florence We Vrfte arid morning thofe of tlifc inflaht carte to Art ankle frrjflt the cdntains the important irue King of Sardinia having abdicated favour of his took place f Rome on the 4th To the and FREHHOLDERS commerce of HE aM laft r r r wMchyoq iifg Rsprefcn JeteptiOntmel with fche igajn to folicit efffaually fbrhe i of Public InfrrnclionYANo much ttfilfvii to take To the CLERGY detslins md in Lbndoit at thw of the COUNTY of i ifmc the moment I fliall haften to ged and obedient humWc Servant the ing the Coniulfhip of in the till ityo the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS v of the COUNTY ofDUBLIN not my intention at a period fo remote fr0ni the probable Diflblution of to have publickly opreiTed my humble confidence that my con i ai your Rcprefcntative has to the uttnoft of my abi proved iny to obey and to fervc as twoGentTemen have offered themfelves to your I cinnot longer defer entreating the contiJ pttri nuance of that Support which has fo honorably placed me in the Station j fill 5 affuring you I fliall ever henor of rcprefcnting the County of Dublin in Parliament as the Wgheft that can bo Conferred on and endeavour to merit it by a zealous andjndependant attention tp the tranquility and profpcrity of our the promotion of General IntercU of Bejicvc me to with the htgheft payvmypcrfotwl MY ill u Vourmuclia having for thd County of LotigforS e wfolfcit the wheii flialltake To be the choice of my native which my Ceftors bavcfo often repfefchied in is the firft wjfli of my and Uie only objeiaof my ambition and I can ailure you with that my exertions fliall be directed to fupport the the County of Longford by every means in my if I fliould be fo happy as to be raifed by your Station fo With fentiments of particular I have the honor to Your faithful humble To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of j I BEG leave to folicit your Support ori the en fuing I come forward on this occafion with the greater not only from having been called upon by fomc of the bcft Interefts in your but alfo from being confcious that the conduct of my Family in particularly on a recent and momentous muft be frefliin your and which con I perfectly coincided Mr profcflional duty in the Naval Service of my Coun having kept mceonftantly employed for thefe laft ten I flatter plead my excufe for being fo little among you as Peace has been again rc I fliall hope to a great part of my time in my native and by that means enlarge my acquain tance in r If I fliould be fo for tuna to to fucceed on this I have only to I htfpe to prove by my condudl in Parliament that the Interefts of my and the Caunty of Rofcommon in Kre thewearcfl to my I fliall immediately pay my in perfon j audinthe Your moft obedient humble June EDWARD and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of SEVERE and tedious illnefs has prevented afljft tomorrow at a grand me from returning to I and been deferred fill that tohavedbntlottgfince and It gives me great June French leaft by my abfitncc I any part of your good My greatcft ambition and always fliall to merit your favopr and I hope I fliall very foon have the honor of paying yoiuny refpctfts rid Mliry iinw j y jn allotted for their fupport talk to lay the foundation xffjj 1 A rfhdijr n The peace beweeni the of Ruffia and iW King of Spainf ifrhjeh thing but general exfJremoniof Has ben formally ratified ed at Psiris on of laft J jfune The tluuner iMUanais nounces tlfai the King of Sardinia has ab dicated the Crown in favour of his the Duke The abdication was made at Rtfme on the 4th in the Secretary of State fbr and and other The Duke dAofte fecures a to his will retain the title of and lead a retired life far from tumult and June The brig Captain left xoh of May and arrived here on the lytn The army of General the divifion of RearAdmiral Bon and the Colonial Prefecl made theif entry Jmo 6uadaloupe on the 6th of They have taken poflempn of that fine Colony without firing a Ihot order and discipline are Copenbagchf Prince William bfGlou eefter arrived here this day op i board ttit frigate the iHe was by jhe Grand Marfhal ofthe immediately conduced him to the apartments prepared lor him at the Hotel of the Cadets of Infantry The Prfhce will having been prohibited from Centeringthe Ifland of officially principally to the encourftgtment of tdigion Sensible appointed three are nutnow rized to td forio foV the education of ki c Anottier decree hrtS fuppreflfed id in the lour depirtrnents ofr the RJuneand and MontTonnerejit All theic effects are placed at the difpofition but the of thofr Departments is to convents and fix of cohdlttoflw Houfes for retreats be d ifppfrd to live in ana four iorfuch Monk8t above 70 years may alfo drfire to live Each intfivHdual who has reached 60 years pf age is entitledtO ceive annual penfipn of 600 about fterling and 500 francs or are accorded to Inch Jf in letters and parcels from Paris to this coohtr and from Calais i f in and fojiciting your Support and on the next general I Your moft faithful and obedient humble GEORGE Dutch and oiiq Hamburgh Mail arrived this The former iiaye tr0ught no in grainfrom is fa id to be rapidly Bank Money at high as preferit fot 1 CLERGYand FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTV of A it is generally expected that a Ditfoltition nf Parliament willfoon tiikc 1 beg leave to on the a repetition of that favour which Jias already placed me ftation your Sieprcftntatlve1 conduift during the time that Truft 1aiJ rcpoTed is opcnLto ybur infpeclnon by and yofl ie of y Stiamahxipiwtb i niott that iw duty toWarqs you lias been difcharged with zeal and 1 to in the con tinuation of ypur the reward I ever folighl 1 great refpeclj Your mucliopligedind faithful 1 wlS To the ELECTORS of the COUNTY Of 17ROM the decided ami almoft unanimous Sup JC port Iv hare had the goodfortune to cxperieiice my I feel myfelf called upon to return you liny uncerc Happy in the opportunity of follciting the honor to become one of your and encouraged by the ftrongeft affurances of fupport from the moftrcfpeRa ble Intercfts in our and the repeated teftiraonies of attachment fo unCnuivocally by my many other I feel a confcious pride in my and in the profpca of being able to aflert and maintain your Independence againft every Deeply grateful for Ale cordial reception I have been Hired and the very warm declarations in my I prefumc to flatter that engagements o highly liberal and will prove by their effeds that they have been neither nor the honor to bey Your very andfaithful L DUTCH AND HAMBURGH June noon HisMajefty the Emperor of Ruffia arrived here with his On his whole the joy expreffed by his fubjecls to fee their beloved was univer but efpecially here at where the roads were thronged with fuch a prodigious concourfe of that the carriages could proceed but very At ihe entrance of the th6 with loud His Majeftys took out the and would not defift from their entreaties till they were per mitted to draw In this manner the Monarch arrived at the Palace at Riga about tivt All the fquares and windows were filled with joyfiil who houted Long live Alexander Ii the evening the Opera of Lodoifka waa performed at the 4 i i v 1 F tl by the Hamburgh ticipated by tuu7 The rumour of the desjth of f Charles we are nappy to letter jfrpnii Vienna pf the lilth ot he was given but cians fortunately removed the dreadful fpafmsvyitb which he was and tha he is rapidly Letters from the North of Germany ai pofitivelyitKat iheDukeof Cifttibridge WillJe ira mediately SoyereigiOf the Staws o Brunfw The King of his cedetahim all in The inhabitants of the Eleclorate o Hanover applaud this chahge iheiV will etlablifh a Court in the city of It wiil be carried into execution until the affairs of the mank Empire f hall be entirely American papers frpiti Philadelphia of gth at which the Emperor was prefent j when1 on His ujt anci froiji of the 14th are re Majeftyc entrance into he was faluted with j They contain intelligence of impor the loudeft and joyful acclamatibns by tne J American veflelswyhicii arrive from April lo thV CLERGY and FREJEHOLbERS of the T CANNOT offer myfelf tbi your copfideration for the1 high honourof againbeeoniing of your cxprefclig fliy fincewgrttitudc for Ml yoitvpart i that I have been much indebted to ymi vfor the indulgence which you have accepted my ler at the Tame time that I humbly hope I have fliewn myfelf not wholly undeferviug your Should I have the honour of being again returned to I r8ot your kind favour I truft will ever find me firm to your and that ilioll endeavour to prove my in all faithful and obliged humble x June To the ahd FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of LElf v f general report of a fpeedy dtfiblution of and the flattering fipport ray hive met encourages roe royfclf to your confideratiou as a Caiididatefor the hrfiier of reprcfcntirtg your County the firft fliould I be fo fortunate as to meet ypur it fliall alwayn bit my ftudy fiithfullytpdif chargc the truft rcnofcd in Thaw the honor to be l Your moft obedient and faithful humble PETER LA whole Before the fome verfes fuited to the occafion were fung by the accompanied by the to the air of the Englifh popular anthem God the which the whole hoiife with enthufiafm after which the aclrels Madame Meyerj delivered a into the Theatre he Was received by a number ypnng the dnughters of Citizens of uniformjy who ftrewed flovvers befojejvim of presented Kim a bouquet and fome the His Majefly honoured with his prefence a Iplendid given by one of the principal Ma gi where His Majefly danced wiilt feveral without difiinftion of anrj charmed all prefent with his obliging In tne evening the whole City was fplendidly To the INDEPENDENT CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS i melancholy lois of the dcajreft o1jecl I I for any defi and my part in 1he in my mind a derelidkiori to I coniidtr during njy literal of your kind parttnlity as to bind every bond otherwife have given way to the luggcftions that afflicliaa produced had my of f fucecfs been your comnamvn on atl eventful your and on a qucftion of tlic contributed miich aa any otter iiidividual in i your fentimenti I hope without ar rogance declare my firm determination to aim at tlut ho I to highly to tveryJay ana gives julditional profpccltof thofc whom 1 may not yet have folicitfcd will attriliute f left to the real cxufe t 1 Ihall remain deeply grateful for the declarations in my fayourj Your devoted and much obliged To the CLERGY aud FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of A S thjp period is probably not very diftapt when a Diiftdution of Parlwment will reftore to mptt invaluable cjioofing your 1 take t of ubmitting my parliamentary ronduc to your impartwf witli an humble I way be deficient iu to ftrvc not be to have wanting either iu cal lity to I feel honeft jjridein and I truftlmay cxprefa it without the impulaticn of that it a jVery general political and vpon one of the moft trying and critical occafiona that ever 1 ftritftly and confcienMoudy aillicred principles which I publicly declared to you in the Court when you did me the honor to clcA me into the prefent I am very fcftfiblc that I mbre and iM armea indebted to your kind partiality than to any merit that j sf It is now tMt His Imperial MajeRy pro poles annually to vifit and infje3 friifte of hts This year he befides thpfe adjpfn to the States of His Pruffian Majefly and the latter Sovereign is coming to Pruflia to the cuftom4ry the two Monarchy will have an at has only fpyltsobjedl a perfonal 8co banditti who hsive1 made an iucuffion into have berin rejn forced by 5000 repulfed tHe troops of ihe and thtf armed J ths and I poflcfs for the honourable fituation into which you tien andvafTalsof terrpr through me if confiftcncy of conduct be the certain teft of as well as the fureft foundation for public I flatter myfelf I may without pre fumptjoii jrcqueft a continuance of your fupport at the General I have the honor to With every fcntiment of gratitude and Your vety faithful jind1 obliged The Hofpodar fled from the has liHewift removed theHuffiart to the wnditti belong to the tcoppsof Oglpij jbiit invafipn of iPrbvince is direijiedby him tropps are nftvr on their march againft bin ditti ipade a great in the Weft bring vety accounta of the harfh treatment of theiV jcoiihtrymen at St but there particiljflrs tefpecling that iflandwhich Anticipated CopfulfGeneral from America ai arrived in Hampton Roads on tlie 9th of laft On Geneial Leclertfs reiuni from the Southern part of He in formed rhat he had ho authority to ac fcnpwledge hljh in an official rican Captains had riot bieiii releafed from coitf when Lear left the r Towards ihe eiidfof April a confpinicjr amon the Pf in Halifax Thefe were fo aaid after poflemon ol all the arms they could facred their alt their Thirteen of thfe tfett ap together who had fuppiied them with pikiesJ Accounts from fo latea date at thei lath that t vV force on in the Porfellohiving ibme finte quitted the tta rioti which tliey occupied on pf Jhjf andfrbm wbifh they retreaVd in the mpnth pf Several fkirmiiwi have taken attended viirious fucceU but the rebels always had the of tM mountains in their the flrPnJB of whica they have fortified and guarded in fsch a manner as to render them Snaeceffible The giand arroji in order to cut off the Ipbfiflww whP pften defcended in the plies of inundated part of the low after tempting the vatorsvvhli their all the which U was poffible to
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