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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 6, 1802, Dublin, Dublin GENERAL To the FREEMEN and 1FREEHOLDERS of tU CITY of HE time is now arrived hfn I am called on to furrender into the of my ConftitucnU that truft which they have committed to my and I hope that when I again come before my fojicit from them a renewal of that they will find that I hive not in any in fiance been guilty of but have aealoufly fupportcd the intereu of my Coun try and contended for the prcfcrvatibn of our Confti v If fnch appears to have been the line of condud 1 have endeavoured to I have too much reliance on the generofity of my not to entertain the muft lively hope c a continuance of the diflinclion with which thty have treated me an honour that has ever been the higlicft pride of my and one that I trad wiJl never be fullied Your tnoft faithful and obliged humble 3d To the and FREEHOLDERS of the CITY of THE time is at length arrived when I have to r yield again into your the facred Trufl which jyou were unanimOufly plcafed to confide into Mine and I have the to that is it reftorcd in the 1 fame unfullicd purity in which it If I have faithfully and fteadily obeyed your and Atpportcd your Interest let your future confidence be my and that rcw ard will be enhanced by the recol tlut the free and Independent of the 1Oyal City of Dublin were not to be fliaVen in their at tachmcnt to the great conftitutional upon which they were plcafcd to call me forth at their nor in their lundneft to a diligent and faithful have the honor to With the greatefl refpect and Your faithful and devotrd GEORGE July CORPORATION of or GUILD of MARY QuarterDay j April a6 The in a Silver wat unanimoufly voted To the Right GEORGE of our Reprcfcnutives in Parliament for the City of with the following ADDRESS PERMIT us to prefent to you the of our anticnt and loyal in TcfUmony of jour ftcady loyally and manly manifcftcd hy Adherence in the Aipport of our Conflitu tion iu Chyrch and Signed by JOHN the and BRETHREN of the Corporation BARBER OF Guild of fit Mary I FEEL moft gratefully the pride and honour of being enrolled a Member of your anticnt and loyal Guild a Mark of your which is much enhanced by the very flattering terms in which you have been pleafcd to convey your Kcetingj M you the fame principles of loyalty and attachment to the Church and the Ijtft return I can make for your is to allure while i have life thofe principles halt continue un I have the honor to Your moft devoted and faithful June ift GEORGE To the WORTHY and INDEPENDENT ELECTORS of the CITY of I HAVE been caMed from Ireland by indifpenfi ble bufinefo and I fear that my flay in Country may poftibly be protracted beyond the period at which it n imagined a General Election may be For Inch an on my part much hut wholly I feel I cannot makt reparation even to mine iwn mind fo as by thus publicly recommending to and on the above your pre the Right Hon GEORGE He wat Called on by the Voice of your People to he your that Call he jchearfully the Truft tpbfcd in him tie honeftly diftharged into your arid at your he now returns it as received at your Can we afk more t have the to With jnuch gratitude and Your truly obliged Friend and humble June i 1 AT a General Meeting of OGLEs v Jtlne i8ou the It was unanimoufly That the M be given to SIR JOHN JERVI8 WHITE fur very handfome and diitnterefted manner in wich he yielded rfonal pretenfions to the of this great by recommending the Right GEQRGE OGLE to the fupport of the iloSlors of Signed by To the and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of BEFORE I preftime to nddrofs you for the piir mjfc pf folicitiug new of your the fiirft impure of my mind mud naturally prompt me to expreb my for pad obligations fo honorably conferred and gratefully Raifed as I have been by your unmerited at an early period of my the dirtinguiflitd iituation of reprclcnting your great and independent I Trull then confided to to be too important and too honorable in net on the prcfcnt equally the oh cQ of my and as when I firft afpfred CD the honor of being Employed in your fcrvitc and ihowcvcr diflident of my own yet emholdentd iy your experienced I venture to fubmit my felf kind and folicit the honor of Vtelng Continued one of your Reprcftntativca in the xufuing 1 have the honor to every of refpctSl and Your devoted humble July To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of very flattering manner in which you did Jme the honor of me one of your Reprefen alift the kind reception 1 met with when in the County of Donegal laft induces me again to folicit the your favour and protection at the enfuing which wijlmod probably take place very very nwmswrbufiocltt dctajni me hiLoudqnat this time the moment tkat it is concluded I lull haftcn to pay my I Your much obliged and obedient humble June To the ind FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of I grjt partiality nnd kihdnefs my Family experienced from me to folicit the honor of your and mtcrefl on the next OeQerg fur your Should I be flattered thiftAgaric your it hall ever be nicft by Your faithful and Very obedient July GEQRGE j m fr To the and of tiie COUNTY of HAVING received numerous refperflablc inviw tions from Gentlemen and other Freeholders of the COuntyof to offer my Cervices in Parliament at the approaching General EIeaitn I feel bound in gratitude for the honor done in com petent to the arduous taflc of fupportlng your ineltimable to aJTurc you that nothingcould induce me to decline fo flattering a confidence and but the perfuafion of a combination of too powerful at this time for effeAual That ground of will not be perpetual and Whenever a fituation of more hope Hull prefent fhould you con tinue to honor me with your eftcem and you may be a flu red that 010 effort of nune fhail be wanting in concurring with you towards the Emancipation of our great and have the honor to With unfeigned refpcct and Gentlemen Yourmbfl obedient and devoted July FENTON TO ALL PERSONS County of jo TXJOTICE that by I is hereby by Virtue of Ma bearing Teft the id day of and to me for caufing to be elected two Knights to be returned for the County of to a Parliament in the faid1 Writ I will hold the faid Election at the Public CourtHoufe of in the faid on Wednefday the M day of at the Hour of ten oClock in the Forenoon of faid this jd day of Sheriff COUNTY OF HAMILTON begs leave to ac quaint his that an Office opened at Na I Lower to tranfact all his bufinefs relative to the Election for this where a Com mittee of his Friends will attend each day from twelve oclock till From the LONDON June BY THE A PROCLAMATION For Diflolving prefent declaring the Calting of GEORGE Whereas we have thought by andwith of our Privy diflMvc this prefchf Parlia which now prorogued to Tiicfday rfee xythday of Augufl we for that publrfh thii our Royal aud do hereby diflblve the faid Parliament And the Lords Spi rituil and and the and and the Comtniffioners for Shires and of the Houfe of arc discharged from their meeting and attendance on Tuefday the faid x7th day of Auguft we being defirous and asfoon as may to meet our and to halve their advice in do hereby make known to all our loving Subjects our Royal Will and Pleafure to call a newParliament and fo hereby farther with the advice of out Privy we have given order that owr Chancellor of that part of our United Kingdom called Great and Chan cellor of Ireland notice forthwith ilfue out Writs in due and according to for calling a new Parliament And we do hereby thn our Proclamationunder our Great Seal of our United require Writs forthwith to be iflued accordingly by faid celldrs for caufing the Lords Spiritual and and who are to ferve in our faid to be duly returned to and give their attendance in our faid Parliament which Writs arc1 to be returnable on Tuefday the ft duy of Ajugufk at Our Court at the Day of Eight Hundred and in the FortySecond Year of Our fteighV GOD SAVE THE HOUSE OF JUNfe ifc three came tneHomfe of in the uTual beinj ftate4an Fnmeit MplyneaujjBirtl Gentleman ihc Hick WU difpatcM atteMadct of who to a coafiderable with thp Speaker at their appeared at the The on presenting the Confolidated IniporiantfExporu for MajcfkyY Royal tUc following Addrcfi i u Moft It my duty to prcftnt to year Majefty the tills for completing the fuppliei which your Majeftys Comnions have granted for the fervice of the With heartfelt they ytmr MdjeftyN paternal goodneff and which have al ready enabled them to make a large ftducttobof the pab lic by the termination of a long aud eventful war a war juft necepary in in conduced with fufhtined with Ggnaliatd by1 tri fnrpaffing fame of our atnf obtained in couhtriei unVifited by their and concluded at length by a which has conqucfUto your ami given afcty thefe an cient whofe Peers mod have for the being aflcnibled in one United Parliament at the foot of your 41 Thus your faithful 4 not only look forward with a angoine hopethat they may not foon be called to the hard neceffityof augmenting the public debt by future burthens but they have deemed it their duty to look back to the debt already incurred and with the fame charadteriftic which firft laid the foundation of an fyftem of theextinction of national they have proceeded arrange and a plan for accelerating by pledging the v future application of their growing to plifhment of the fame great At a when their attention been directed to thefe and when they have alfo found that taxes of unprecedented weight though knpofed to meet the exigencies of fuch a might be now prudently repealed it given the hightft fatis iaiStion to your Majcftys faithful to relieve thole priding which the general difficulties of the had oaft upon the provzfion aiBgned by Parlia ment for the fupport of your Majeftys and the honor and dignity of your Crowns for thu country has not now to phat its Monarchy is the beft and ftrongeft fecurity fpr and that the fplendour ttf the Throne reflect luftresuid dignity upon the whole are mnongft the memerable events of a feffion far upon which we reflect with a confcious that to tiie discharge of great we have And we now inddge the flattering that we may fafely apply our felves to cultivate the arts of peace r Arts long dear to your Majefly and congenial to the temper ot your whofe fpiritof entcrprife in foreign commerce and inter nal its throughout the may now expand itfelf with redoubled activity and by providing new fources of ftrcngth and this fix the lability of our own at the fame time promote the common of Europe and of all the civilized of the The Speaker prtTcatcd the fcveral after which the Royal Aflent being given by to a number of public and private His Majefty clofed the Stffion by a Speech from the our laft and the Parliament Wat prorogued to the of JUNE Court of Bofiaptrte Conful for Maj his Arhbaffndor tothe French R gratuUte the Firft in J clare to him thai the irn acceptable tb j will 4Urarioh of It fhould feemfcs if the the tht hg are to be given in marriage of Au thefiii JONK Charles Emanuci the having by an ipfkrumenlt dated at Rome 4th of this reCgned his crown and dominions in favour of mV brother the Duke de hrs Royal Higbnefshas acceded tothe under the pa me of Victor JUNS The Ottoman Miniftcr at his rcftdcnec hw this day re ceived fromConftaritinoplc adk of on the part of the Sublime to the Definitive Treaty of Peace between his and the French the King of Batavian Bgiied at Amieni on the ath of March Accounts have been received that Majeflyi ratification of his acceptance of the ICing of act of accefCon to the figued at the 17th of i had reached JUNK 1 A Difpatch has been received from his Excellency Lord his Ma jc flys Ambaflador Extraordinary the Court of June containing the particulars of what puffed between the Count de Kolf clioubey and Baron the King of Swedens Am baflador at on the occafion of the in the name of his Swedilh to the Convention between his the Emperor of fighed at Peterfburgh the ith of This difpatch tt That the Count after en deavouring to refute the various objections that had been urged by the Baron de Stedingk again fl the tenor of the Convention of the June and to demoadrate to that that Treaty prefentcd to the Northern Powers the advantages that it had been found pofftblc to ol had proceeded to that the antecedent Con vention between Ruffla and Sweden having been in fomc fort broken by that which had fincc been concluded be tween RulOa and and to which Denmark had alfo it would certainly be advifablc for Sweden to accede likcwifc to that in order that iLe might not remain in a manner ani that fomc common pact might till continue to cxift between the of the The King has been pleafcd to appoint Fullarton BrigadierGeneral Thomas and Samuel Captain of the Royal to be his Majcftys Corn mi fit oners for executing the Office of Governor and Com mander in Chief to and Over hit Majeftyt fland ot o the z6k which we re ceived this mo n a a uns r le ter from the Corn mJfjryo communicating to him fome de rijls with r nuance of the Frenh triopj inti They met with no refift ante the negro obeyed the firtt fummons of General immediately ordeeJ his had aflerhbled inarms upon thf fhore to rerire their A carps of 250 ija ks have rhown thrmelvesinto the f rt of KaUe n it impoflible they can hold out Eight hundred meu have and matched on board the French and the General Pelage has ben fent on board the Admirals A Hamburgh mail arrived ths but brought no intellgence which not been antici pated by the French The firft meeting of the Emperor Alexander and rhe King of Pruffia took place at on the nth if we are to credit private faid to have been received froin Hamburgh on the 19th and are ordered to be in readinefs for Paris and oa the following A new regime has been adopted in regard to the pretenfiont of the Firft Inflead of the ufnal Itvees at the all the military above the raiik of are received at Malmai Immediarefy on the arrival of iwvy he ia outer and an Aidtte Camp inquires whether he is in his cAvn carriage or in a hired If the he it told that hejuannotanfwerfor and therefor the crrtoge orcered to a diftance from the cha The officer is then conducted to anti where all the Petitioners attend the arrie val of the When he makes appearanc the vifitors are arranged on each fide of the apart with a line of confidential Generals and AidsdeCamp in front of and in this man ner tha Conful walks rapidly round the con verting and receiving the papers of the perfont Thefe levees feldom laft above ten at a General who on a hunting party at the feat of Lucien had nearly been killedbya who already had his teeth in the but be as immediately killed by It is confidently mentioned in the laft accounts received at Hamburghfrom that a French Officer has arrived at charged by Bona parte to make a tender of the mediation of France to Pafwan for the purpofe of adjufting the differences of that Pacha with the This unexpeded interference of the Firft Conful no the refult of application to him en the part of the Turkifh Smyth fucceedsLord Arden as Matter of the and Addington refumes the fituation of Lord of the which appointment he held under Pitts Sargent will be the newSecretary to the and the brother to the Marquis goes to iht thofe that have dininguifned iheinfelves by There to be a grand Coticer the terraceof the Thuikriw and the PaUceof the Gvtfek of tfce and Place de la Concorde are to iHuminaied The deputation from tiie the 14h of Js for the purpofei Standards are on that day to be the of light infajnti The merthahts of Lyons arid fehtrl very preffing addreffes to make the India trade perfeclly that he wilt yield to thefe Three companies of c to be formed hi and to be Hieres the ide of The diftficis to be to Pruffia for the loft Q territory oh the Bank of the are tl ftioprtCQf Hildefheimrthe part of the of town of the Imperial town of the Imperial city of and Nordhiu Thefe diftrifls contain 200 fquare leagaesvand waVds of Bread has experienced very tytfe diminution in price at The importation of grain U oe and the MomttQr to the agtli which we received this the txgeded arrival from theporisof and of 28 fhips with grain and v The 74 arrived oh Tuefdiy nightat from With the body RearAdmiral who1 are brrfr to died of the yellow fever on the ad of laflf He was taken ill at Martinique and ftU4 from thence on a in of from the but finding its violence iucreafs the hip bore away for England oh the Z4th of The Admiral died nine days JULT The following important fafls We nave Jrarnt from a Gentleman of high juftarrived from Paris It is not that the Firft ConfuLwill bepro claimed Emperor of the Gauls or of the on I the 14th npr has there been any intention of pfopofing fuch a meafure on the part of the Ex ecutive The idea originated folely in the brains of a few violent Iemocratt at who vvifhed thereby to riehder the charader of the Government The Government have been reduced to the ne ceffity of foreftailiog the revenues of the next yeary in order to defray the expences of tjje An immenfe quantity of naval articles had been ordered from bfat the merchants refufed w tranfmit they at been paid in C mfiderable apprehenfions are entertained in in confequence of the powerful additiQflal which the French are preparing for We fed juftified incontradicling a paragraph which appeared yeflerday in a tnornihgf that it is the general opinion in Paris there will be no liberal Commercial Treaty this The very contrary of we believe to be the We can that it is nut only the but the fincereobjecl of tha t tench to cultivate every meafure whiclfmay ecure a friendly and enlarged com merce between the two Ifthe appoint tue it of M Coquebert Montbrer who was fo much efteemed during his refidence in were of 11 fell a fufficient proof of the favourable fion of the French Government in this tfte general anxiety and the wants of all wuuid be decifiveof A Mail from theLreward and one from Arrived this The letters from the Weft Indies inform that the crops been extremely Three bound Ifland veffekarrived yefterday m the Several fhip4 have alfb arrived at The news of ihe figging of the Defi nitive Treaty was received at on the igth of The Lifbon Mail has not brought any intelligence of The Dutch Government is dtftributing to feve ral perfons allotments of hand on the coaft of Gui on condition that they fitall clear and cultivate nnd pay annually to the Stare a trifling ground proportioned to the traH they mav Thefame menfure be adopted with refpett 10 the colony of the Cape and there is not the leaft doubt that Germany will furnifh a fuffi cient number of adventurers to people thofe fertile the productions of which muft fo abund antly reward the labmrs of the The Dutch Governor General of Cape of Good Hope has jtiff informed all thofe deftined w form part of the to be on board by the ift of It is believed that the confift ing of three fhips of the four and fome corvettes and will then fail wirh the firft fair wind a part of thefe fhips are deflined for the Wett The new ConHituion of Switzerland has unanimoufly rejected by the Cantons of and This event is principally afcribed to the influence of the late Landamman Aloys the Chancellor of the Exchequer yefterdty loft town for
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