Dublin Journal, July 8, 1802

Dublin Journal

July 08, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 8, 1802, Dublin, Dublin A JWM TJe following Addrcft from the Hion Sntiirr an MA OUTIIATKS of the County of aflembled lUthdnim on the nth was hy their requeftpre fented to bis Excellency the Loan by Affiftant having beenfpccad in that County that the Troops were to be his to tiiredfc that Iwo with ao InfpeiftofGeneriJ from the Barrack the Diftricl to inukc arrangements for iridiffefent of the arid Captain of the 1 Royal wereordered by tne RiMitrHJraf the Comnutnacr of the Forces to prdcetd on eCpecialiy to etamine fully the New Line of Military Road riow making in thofc and tqjpbiiu out praper fcites for Military An wTiith pcrWncot will be built at different places whole Line of Military and other Mountain Ports rafatty f nfyftetlby tW6 newLine Military I tnterfecls all the other wliidi wjll be put in compleat and thereby open com munication into and through1 Mountains intb the Counties of Jkd a MEETING of MAGISTRATES of the COUNTY of convened bjr High at the of AffUhtnfc andheld at Rathdruinj this lath i High i Thomas Abrahim T Excellency the LORD KrequcCted to accept our mqtl si for bis attention to the rcprefeutatioh and late Grand Jiwy of re the making provifion for the protection of tKcT bytheeftablifliracnl of federal Military Pous In mountainous That the proppfcd dffpofttidin of the as communicated to by LieutenantColonel appears to be equal to the purgofes if That it is our that completion of the described to us by LieutColonel will by opening communications through the mountainous contribute materially to the peace and improvement the That the different Scites alfo pointed put to us by STIWAET for the of in our opinion nvoft judiciouffy and moft certainly be of the grealeft utility in affording region to the loyal and as a cheque upon deTtgns of the difiRcclcd and under the prefent ftate the wifl materially promote the fettfcraent of men now about to be discharged from the Feucible and to soliam vt ttulligivt every inouragemtnt aur ptnvir and we eshiefljy recommend it to Go vdrnmcnt tliat thcfc Barracks be proceeded upon with all nty of RftfcVajmonjiiccordi Wllcli may fee feeirit Hnre s b June 151 TT3E hereby D X that he is ready to receive PROPOSAL for BUILDING for at Tri the Count ing to Plans and InftruAions Office every day from ten tti four oclockXTlelPropofals he fealed up and endotfed ProppTsitfwfiaildtng a Barnirk at on before the aoth ofJuly after SkhicnDay no Pi and re fotveai Securities to i r mentioned in each Propafal can be coniiacrcd wherein are not complied BVO INLAND NAVlOATlfJUii v eppoTite of Irihrllf receive Propafsts fal can he t two ImiWing one oh NewryiThe Eti mA alfo the Conditions t6 whichthe are to be fecn at the Navigai i PropofabVill alto be received by the the InftrrttJ fanilar R may to Jurie iV INLAND NAVIGATION Direftors Gchentl Iiilan receive Propofals for building THREE PtERS fpr STOPGATES the NEWRY ISconflmt tenfivc VirTrtrxJ r HKflUJblUf ofbRtfld ready fade A thi tff beft Materials oftveryinodmteTeTmsi Curncle Coats and Flannel HoCJtfy infide VefU and on 9 few hours no tfeafurc in Che diOTolutlbn oT ii benefittd in regard to ceifing entirely exctpt in regard recommence hetr fending ttieir Iej Plan Scttion to be fcen at the Navigation Office yvir i ri laft night Lord Keith arrived off the Ifie anea and Dutch Mai find ithftf Re jiarles ri perfiwHly recovered late On EtttrjerbV who title pft arrived at he was ai horn his the ftrne to the i That STIWART having further commu nicated to us that it will be fubmitted to Government to make and repair fcVefal important Mountain we our and Grand nfe cyery means power to have fuch when kept iq perfefl That this Meeting look with the great eft plea ifure and fatisfatflioh to the exertions of LieutenantColonel wlcn oa command in aneT with a f fcnfc of the fervices and of the with which has all times communicated with upon every fub dt public concern rcqueft fee will accept our fin and permanent That the foregoing Refolutiohs be publifhed three timesiii the DCSUN Signed Jf AMES HOARE MORtJey ABRAHAM THOMAS THOMAS GENUINE PATENT MEDICINE DAME iPropofab will be receivedhy the Qradudora ojf thcJJewry where a fimitar Section may be fecn on application to Janus Fronj IE above Sum will be given hy the tifer for the tif an adequate CIVIL EM Cuution in tHc Departmevt be preferable to any The litraoft fccrcfy be at the PrinterV duly TWELVE1HUNDRED r ITTANTED m an Alfignmfri of Two JiHg menu of a Gentleman of fargc in to Peter ri near the D be with a or the that beautiful and ctegapt with Scullery and for and five Double thciving and highly Shrubbery enclofing hc Lawns aad GrcHinda retshd the ccmtabiiig about 10 Aerea tpgethcr with SIX joining thq well Otclterld containing 17 Acres makingin all Irilb Acres in x ring indofed by A wall and greater part is well adapted for building as it lies between Mcrrion Avenue aad the Road to Newtown held on a of from Lady The Houfe H built in the ftilc of an Italian North and with of the Bay of Dublin and the Wieklow on a healthyPgrsvelylfoil Aibftantially built of plaillered the outCdc in imitation of ind ftuddcd on the the greater part Mahogany Saflics and DomMe with Marble Chimney Pieces of the fljieft kintt throughout the principal and Bedchamber principal Floor cpnfiftmf 4 moft complete Suite of a feet by 10 a a6 feet bv t8j a feet by with a Bow Window a fcct by refpeclfally informs the and the of this kingdom in ge that the wtuch he has been fo fortunate to give in conducting the fale of his Muiiciuefnr 15 has induced other Medical Gen tlemen in England to appoint him their Agunt for the oalc of the firft of which they are the the patronigc and confidence wiih which he been have induced kirn to re lincjuiflx tvtry other and to open the above Warc foj the falc of every Patent Medicine of and all kinds of on lame refpeAable and approv ed plan ah in BULL confidently truOs that the utiiforni integrity which hai marked hit pad be received by discerning Pub ic as the left for future determination to vend no article that ii not thege oiiine production of the Proprietor whole name it and the Public in DUG ATA DALE and DAVISON have jurt received from the Ware the celebrated ABSTERGENT Por the cure of in the Hands and Nick the only remedy for effectually cleanfing the removing all difeafes of the Pints Half Pints ftalrd and warranted from It a fafe and Viilunbic Litjuid or fur fcorbutic and every dilcafc of the face end gently the the and rcllorcs the flcin to a degree Curnefa and purity hcynml the of Gentlemen may rely oh the good qualities of Ahftcr as the belt clearer and bcautiiier the It rc without pain or nil kind of piw and cvtry of eruption ua the fur the human j CURE FOR THE IN TWENTYFOUR tiiofe afflifled with the nbove diforder BAR CLAYS ORIGINAL OINTMENT and This Ointment has been in general ufc tor of feventy without fingte infiancc of its having failed to cure the moft in Vtteratc It not contain the fmallcft particle nt ATercpry or any other dangerous and may be ufed by of the moft delicate Public are requcfted to that none can pofll he gmuiiit by the BARCLAY d and great danger mayarifc from the neglect of i i hy fair by Proprietors fole ut fur Ireland and retail by Call Dna and ii each a 7 and hung feet by with U by a eirctslar Veftibule highly with a Dome and and Waitingroom 14 feet by 13 a 33 by and Two PrcffiitgTooms opening into each 21 feet by with Bow a Doiuloir aid Cabinet a Gal lery for 48fctt by 9 two and three OIK of Portland ftone in the and one of wood at cjch greater part of ihe Roomi opening to a beautiful and full to tlic com pletely fheltcred from the North and Eaft The Bed Chamber JFIoor Eleven Bed Chambers of different dimcnlions Six of them with Drefling bcfidcs the Floor are two excellent Housekeepers Butlers Room with and 4 flceping Rooms for with and a Cold Bath fupplied by a ForeingPamp from a Rivitlct ranningthrothe is alfo to the North of the a Houfe of 4 Rooms on a completely planted out front the Dwcl which may go with it or agreed The whole is in the moft complete being but a few years and fit for the immediate reception of a Nobleman or Gentlemans The Furniture may be had at a Valuation be fcen only by to be had of Da Great Gcorgcsftrcctj or the Porter at Lcinfler The COLLECTION of by eminent will be SOLD by French Tfect 10 by j feet 4 with the if not difpofcd of by of which No tice will be PropolaK for the or to be made to Great Georgesftrcet Cramp toncourt the Rev COUNTY OF be in the Whole or in the and INHERITANCE of the ESTATE of the EARL of fuuatc in the County of and Baronies of Upper and now let for the remainder of a Term of Three Lives or Thirtyone at the annual Rent of fulijctEl to a QuitKent of there are 181 of Turbary not for which no value taken iu the Eftatc within 6 of the City of and walhed by the which up large quantities of Manure it abounds with Copper and Lead Hropofals In writing only will he received hy Henrietta Dublin Blayney application to he made to David in wliofc the Rental and a ftaic of the Title may be March Plaintiff and TURSUAN P to JT crcc of hid Majcftyi S Court of in Ire in the 9th of J bearingdate December I will on Saturday the lot h day of July at One oclock in the at my on the fct up and fell by public to the higheft the feveral Lands and fituate in and adjoining to the Town of Carlow the mortgaged in Decree or a competent part for the in aid Decree this ajth whole hands ihe Renuroll of the above PtycMifct may be wiU any aeecffitry rfcinages fainted and other ror then and rode to gether into the followed their likevvife on WbeA iShey reached the houfe of ttynwrcfttnr WSitcfi their Prtrf fian the jeen came oflt to irteeuher arid furprized Rirrr with an and his Imperial Majefty prejTed her to his After dinner hisJm perial Majefly proceeded to which is in theIvMiftf of the merchant Qlagfuivin proprietor of this hpufe receives The price in that tiiyvbfls rifen Leiters from HertnanAadt that 3 of 5000 Ttirkife troops were Wrthm fijght olpaffwan nlabour leagues from amJthat an aflion was hourly iSurrie of OglotTs troops made their appear ance thu FFontiers of but they wererepulfed by the Auftrian The Httngaiian States have made the Emprefa a prefciri on her birthday rLetjeVs from dated aad flate that the Squadron deflined for the Cape of G od Hope conlifting of three faH of the rwo fri four has received lailotjtlie rjth weveceked fhe ftfctiiirenrs of the apih and job came to The rnty artfole of importance wjiich they is a Decree of the Confuls of the sjfh by which an Entrepot f r Foreign Merchandize is frftabtifhed In the Pon of Mar The letters brought by the Mail frrm the Lee ward which arrived that the crops have been extremely Three homsward bound Leeward Ifland veflels arrived yefterday in the Several hips alfo arrived The of the fignfng of the Definitive Tieaty was received at Nevis on the I9h of By the Lrfbon which arrived have accounts of very formidable maritime on the part of the Thry have fenr out a fleet fea of 24 containing feveral targe Some of rhem were in fighr of Gibraltar when the laft accounts came from and it was reported that three had patted the Straits into the It is not exactly known the nations whofe veffelsit intends tn attack but we learn fmm the Lfbon Mail that the Portugurfe of 40 was captured by an Algerine and carried into Algiers on the 151 May fhe was carried by boarding ihe crew ran and only ai per chiefly were If private accounts received yefterday by the Leeward Iftands Mail from Martinique are ro be the refiftance of the Negroes iu Gua daloupe Vvears more formidable afpecl fhan it was generally imagined it could aflume from the intelligence contained in the laft official difpatches tranfmitted to Thefe accounts are dated the of and Hate that Ge neral the CaptainGeneral of the Ex pedition fent againft the was employed in the fiege of Fort which commands the capital of the that fhe be fipgrd defended the place with great and that the Negroes in the interior of ihe Colony had burnt feveml and malftcreda num ber of perfons in different parts of the Although this intelligence may be correcl with refped to the a9s of atrocity committed by the we look with confidence to the fpeedy reeflablifhrnem of order in It will be impolliWe for the Negro flint up in the to hold out wiih any profperfl of fuccefs againft the troops and ihs furrender of when known in the mutt powerfully contribute to the reflo ratiun of It is alfo nccefTary to re ihat he Infurgents have been deprived of their leader with of his fnlbw has been fecured en board ot the Republican which arrived on 6ih of May fcom I Amog the new diplomatic Sir Warren is mentioned at our Plenipotentiary u the Cmrt of It is in letters from that Puphim has been lent by Marquis Wellrfley an important million to the Arab the borrlers of the Red The important cafe of the Swedtfh Convoy u as yefterday determined in favour of the by il are in perftcl healt nwntiorvh to remain only Whilby frpm ent of ik fuppofed they nfe to We learn poline which ftiecnp t uwd engagernem againft foutrefleUof that above o Lieutenant 6f tfrr Mtfmrt EMrfer of at underwent wexBflT the Privy Ifei and the fecond oardaveflel We didftockear avt r Fr not to reduce raingo bmtoa refembling the Serfs of of JLctter Jtify Arived at Spithead after poft th ift i his Majeftysfhip You from Minorca wfrH a of1 the Royal end jJerartyttent of the oh rigirHeht em barlted at Gibraltar iher Jih She failed 1 Minorca qn the 2f1 lefj bis Majefly hhip Sir James and the Alli and Thetis UtiteVwith traafports fufficieni for the reception of and fores on the nearly em The Genereyx and Europa had failed on the June the former with a and the latter with the tft battalion of the The Ettropa had arrived at andthe reux wasin fight thereof the JLoed ed late in the afternoon of the r cth of Jyine for but the wind Drifting to the ii could ndt have cleared the Thei fpoke his Majeftyj Qip off Cape the a6th ufrj having on board the ad battatipn of the at hip Mermaid failed from Gib raltarthe sjth with his Royal Highnefi the Ditke of Sufiex on board for The Royal with a confrderatbn which doep him much forbore the difplay of the Roval Standard on board the whilft in fight of the fquadron in the and thereby prevented the firing of the Royal which was in tea dinefs for the occafioru His Majeflys fhip arrived this day the fatter had a few days her leaving at Algiers a variety ofprefents for the amng which were a moft fuperb and fuperlative elegantmar and ten bra Is Alfo arrived the from South with oi This ftip left at tirh the fhip Marquis of bound to and report that the Royal Admiral left Helena 9th of MayJof and fpoke the hip from Jamaica to in at With a laudable attention torrrlitary we are has it in contemplation to fill up ihe late dragoons with the offictrs and fuch of the mm of the 26 h dragoons tinrt fit for This regiment is faid to be dailj experfled in England from in confequence of orders lifted Tort e months An acliveand trying fervice of feven years in the Weft and appears tq haVe fixed Royal Bonaparte was prefent ar a Sitting of the onal when a paper read on the Planet difcovrred by We that feversl propofed to call it after the name of the Fir8 Ouiful but one of them ho carried thefpiritol adulation beyond all the obferved to that the diameter being only ncO it was fmall tu repreff nt the grandeur of nil for that the Sun was ntt great tnougb It it I When it was fevernl times propofed to divorce the Firfl Corfu 1 and Madame the pn jecl has been ftremiouflyoppofed by who the Conful fenfible that fhe was a real ires fure tu and reigned over the afledions of all perfuns by her amiable When iheCon firft a Fumed the reins of he extremely and was obliged tu feveral ufeful leisures from her on the mode ot car rying himfelf in the great To this is known that Madnme Bonaparte preferves iW fame agreeable manners which diftinguifhed nrt before this change in ihe circumftances of her Kemble fet off yefterday on hit journey to and the letters of recommendation he carries wit from forne of the firft perfons in this coun are faid to be equal in number to thole take by tht ;