Dublin Journal, July 13, 1802

Dublin Journal

July 13, 1802

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Issue date: Tuesday, July 13, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 13, 1802, Dublin, Dublin t f IBS May A SUBSCRIPTION for crofting STATUE of tfce Right WILLIAM late Firft Lord of tlic aud Chancellor of the for the diftinguifhcd and valuable which lie rendered to Country during tb courfe of able and upright io io Fordycc 5 Lord Walnngham io io Unt io io M iavilli Angerftcin 10 10 Angerum 3c Rivaz io io Robert xo xo Shcddcn to io Uobcri 10 io f H LiMcfurier io io n io Earl Sptnrer o Sptncer 10 to ViicuutiT Altborp io io John Aitgerfltin to io Angerfldn 10 10 Miftt Angcrrtrin io io John Thomfnu 10 io John Tlunnfon io 10 Bonar io io ic 10 Thoiplort io io Rawfon Aiflalne io io John Eddowes io xo and 10 TO Allen Chatficld io io John Holmes j Sir Haac Pocock xo xo Cieorge Abel io io fames Abel io io wnuDawes ii o lidward Hodcei xo xo nevar sliced for place or JPenfion io hinion Frafcr Faylc and Edmund Boehm INantes John Tavlrr Wiiodycar Jnhn Broadftrect Ed ditto ThunVas Allen Nail Atchefon Atrhefon Benjamin Goldfmid Goldfmid Abraham Goldfnud Aaron Goldfmid John GoIdJmid irancU Newton Robert Wigram John Raviuhill Bcvcridge Co x o i o Larkins and Ruflcll 5 5 Mure IO IO 10 10 10 10 IO 10 io io IO 10 IO s s S 5 10 10 xo xo 10 10 S S S S 10 10 10 ID XO IO IO 10 to XO XO 10 XOIO ia o tiamuef Mure 5 5 Aguftinc Greenland 10 xo Allen and Son xo JO Mcfurier 5 j and Craw John Brickwood James Bry mtr io xo 10 Chriibphcr Siuidius 5 5 10 xo Marflial the Bench io 10 Coif xo xo Withers io 10 Lord Gwydir XQ XQ Lady WisJougKby de J 10 xo 5 5 11 o io io 5 J 5S io 10 Thompson Roberts i Sutton John Hcriot Mufquisof Kxettir Marchionefs Exeter Calender Xdward Boyd Ward Ri i u i o Bouchcrett iy io Sjr Eliord io io iJoydcll 5 Boydcil s S George Rofe i o io Henry Role io io Rofe George Role r Rofe James Cambridge ro xo 20 o Kichard Down o to Batlic Stephiiifon io TO John 5 and xo to and Xo io Thotnis Bell xo io io io George Gleancy xo io io io Salomons to 10 MarkSprot Bailtic and Throckmorton ohn Inglis Vifcount Hood 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of Cambridge xo io Strphtt Cittlcy io Noble io 10 Bi 2i Davifou xo 10 Walter J fltopof to 10 Sir John Dick to ici Davilbn and Bermondfey xo 10 Duke of Moutrofc U o Liverpool to o ticorge Wood io to Jamcu iairlic J 5 Charlis Copper io i orge Kuiluck io io Jofeph Dira Jo io Poyutz lo 10 Mcllifli 10 io tLiggett and Pratt 10 io William Bowdon io Koberl Steel xo io William Bird j 5 John to John Andcrifan io io James Furfyth Jf j Henry 1010 Thumpfop 5 5 Bcgbic 55 John Meyer xo 10 John Jacob Appach io io James 5 j Sccretan j j Ifaac Aguilar 10 io Donovan 5 5 5 5 10 TO io i a 10 10 10 io to xo io io 19 o ib io io to 10 to io to io 10 10 io 10 5 o 5 JEvt Samncf l BuvidScou i i Scott Henry Ge ell oha limes Bovvlei Sir 1cllcw j Lord Campbell li Sir 5 and 13 10 AUuiffs io 10 Pcyndcr JQ io Sif Robert Peel io 10 Lady Peel io io Peel io io Petit xo u Lady Campbell 13 IQ and Campbell jo io Lord DC Dunfterville 10 o Montague 10 xo Clautte Scott xo 10 Scott io io Samuel Scott io 10 io xo i JQ jo of Norwich io o Harrilon and Mis j t dary r Wiitclitfler 5 j io 0 LcilioWj xo io r r Hcv of Cantcrbuiy io xo t t XV Mita Griffith Cartwright Ambrolc Martin Sir Bough jt io John Martin Lrake xo jo Sir io io ax o and James io xo and John Ienn Thomas Coutts Coutts Trotter Edmund Antrobus Jfrte tiimpfoh Davifon io io 5 5 James Sykes to io John Tunno io io Marquis of Headfort ai o Sir Farquhar John Bowles Lord Shcrboroe Lady Johh Dutton Jofcph Pinfrat Char toio Litehfitld adi Coventry 4i XOIO xo xo io io XO xo to IO IO ax o io io at o io IO1O 5 S 10 10 10 IO 14 IO 5 5 10 XO S 5 to to John Hey wood Sir Hume Hume Wiuiain Baker Stewart Hon Rider William Chivers Sir 10 xO Bart XO IO and Homfray io io Jolcpli Alcock io 10 Lady Batcnuui io io Lord w o Sniith 10 William Nunn 10 io Frederick Pigou to Patrick Home ic io Tliomas King ro io Wedderburn 10 David Wcdderburtj io xo Wcdderbum 10 John 5 5 Canning 10 Canning io Lord Greavillc fonGcwer xo io Sir HamiltQQ to 10 iir io ip Lady Williams xo 10 of fccarbo rouijh io10 io Lord Dclaval ajt cf Molnuul Mont gomery io xo S i S Portl mouti xo io id 10 j 5 5 Richard Uanter 5 Jihn North 5 Shcppcu iv 10 21 o io xo io to 10 io jo io io io K io io io 5 5 5 5 io xo ax o io 10 xo xo 5 S 5 S xo 10 to iJnltul xo ro RJLalixgi Shields 5 xa ro Harrington f 5 Jobn Mv tu xo Sir at o Lady Jpiinitone io xo io io Albany Seville 10 io io xo Auguftu Piefchcll ie io Richard Howard 10 io pit Bart xo 10 William Lock xo 10 JohnTrpUer xo io Mulgrave 31 o Kent 10 io Lord Hobart xo 10 Arch bitlvop of Dublin ax o HuJkillbn to 10 Atkinfon 5 Edward Mil ward LO io io dington 5 5 Ff xo io PprtfiKouth 5 Lord Aivanlcy 10 io Lady Alvanky io 10 1 LhicoJnrnire id io io le io Long 5 5 ofhisMajeftys Ship Argeoaut 55 Thomas Evton ie io Edwards xo io General Harris xo io xo Evatt Ntpcau io to Mrs Mepean 10 io of Brecon 5 j Bearcroft xo xo Sir Corbet Shropfliire i o x o Bnunpfton 5 j Gardin Brtmipftdn 5 5 io io Baroa HompeTch ro to Sir Derby hire io xo Peter fern le 16 Sir Robert AinikV io 10 Starges Lord Boringdon Charles Long Long Maitsfletd Miller Thoui Brougliton ai o Thomas Williams xo xo Bateman Lane j Vifcount Btidpdrt Io to Bridport xb io George Tatem io Captain Mtntoflt to o ampton Governor Pidtotr Edward Roberts Jfihn Stnitt Hcldon Struct Strtatt Medic Lord Harrowby W Cockayne of xo xo the Lord Bi of Cloyne xo to The Marquis of Ely a i o The Bifhop of Peter borough xo 5 5 John Defied and Son io io Earl of Pembroke 10 xo Lamb xo io Jolm Ayton io io Paul Orchard io 10 John Tyr ell 110 io Ruridell and Bridge xo The Freemen of the An cient Town ol chclfci 5 PeterFedor 10 io Sic No tlicote xo io Soloiuoas xo io John Sargent io io Edmund Jamea 5 5 Duke of Argyle at o Car uarvan w 5 5 j j Hall io liam Park IQ xo Sand hill Park io to o DubKn 50 Lord Killiuocy io xo Peter Marquis ai o Forlyth to to Lord Boltun ro xp EarlCamdcn o Countefs Camdeti xo to Bail of Ixndnnderrv xo fo Lord Caftlereagh io County Calway xo 6 Dublin ax o Saling Eflcr George Watkins Wnii Strong Lord WfaUworth Dudhds of Dorfet io io IO IO M to to to Sir And Hammond ia xs OuUort to XO Sir 10 jo Lord Cutzun Lord liclgiavi Young bturgis BilLop uf London MortUke Brown Whitclord io xo Ricliard Hughes 5 5 Aris 5 5 10 to io to 5 5 io 10 21 o 5 5 Weft io io Jifcph Smith io io Jofcpb Smith io io R Kcdiugfon 8 8 xo io Sir John Nfcholl Laay Irvin 15 15 Hitdfoit i a a a o Sybfcriptions Continue to bt received by Bennett Jnd Bar of London iiai at the Bankiof and DublinAll the iu Country are requeued to receive traiif mic tlic fame to JOMN JULIUS Lloyds W 10 10 Io BANDANA INDIAN For and Improving tbe HpHESE Cakes are prepared from a balfamic and polklFeg the moft dchrable properiica of rendering the Skin delicately and even removing ail and other from itu cotn municuting tlmt lilky ioftnefs which is to much admired in Oriental count craving the ill of alkaline and detergent and giving to the Ikin that molt delicious feel and luxurious brilliancy which cannot be but Will foon be cxpenetUMcd tlioio u ho uic this and noother Sold by appointment of the Proprietor by WILLIAM 7 jkj Djimcftrctt Jftrf Agcot fgr 1J p The beft f Jfctr wtll T Bt Lindfajr j JaHijg Ptw Chalictt and To which wilfbe added a Mufical MY Rithard Dicky Wil liams i Oaliado Mjfr and Mifs On THURSDAY wift be prefented The MERCHANT of f ON WEDNESDAY ba prefented tbe Comedy of THE SUSPICIOUS for that Nigbt fecond appearance on To which will be added the Wufical Interlude of THOMAS AND Between Play and a DA by jam and Mifs A by Irf Mifs To conclude with FAVOURITE tu be had of CharUmpnt near CamdenQreet and of Hftcbcock at the where Places for theBoies may be FOREIGN Jmc Befidcs rhe by Pa Tw an Oplou into the who ravaged thrtt and who from fico enc reeled to the number of cooo fpead conftrrnajitoninaH They have repulfed troops of and the armed mrn by the the Nobles and of rhe againft They do not altogether form part of the rroops of PjfTwan but they atf under theorden of that render ihem very fijrihidablej the booty which they have hitherto made is im It is fa id that Ottoman troops are on iheir march to fupport June Several regiments on the fron tiers have received orders to forma cxrps of obfer to oppoife the exceffes CHnmifted by Paff The laft ietrers from flate thar tlw whoie of that Empire is in a general flaie of It is not improbable that the Projlnces of Wallachia vf ill be for rhe parpofe thrown into the general mafs of June The grand manoeuvres the Prince Royal fet out this on for and will arrive in fngat Corfoer Hieconfort fet out in the The Princes fuitecbnfifis of i hreefA and Treafurer Prince William of Gtou when h6 arrived at the Tunnd on of theOutt Caniages ready to conduct him eo his bat the Prince declined the offer of ihis as Bellas that of for hirn at the Caflle His alighted at the Inn of and made choice of tht which had been occupied by Loid Guaf3f of Honour was inmcdiaey teati to Laff Sunday the Prince prefent at the Gmnd Review which took place in the Yefleiday and this day his prefent at and at a brtakfdft given by the Officers to tht Prince ArnonV the toafts drsnk Profperity to Denmark and Great Prince William will not leave this capital for fume days lac will then proceed by the way of Stockholm to Peterf An condemned to the Gal leys for had an audience of the Jiavefent Meflages to the Cuniervative and to the each of them to ele5t a Member enrolled in the Legion of It laid that the Legiflaiive Body wHl airembled onihe fir the fame Letters from in the Dspartment of flate ihat the whole of that Department waidevaflated the t6tb by a dreadful accompanied lighr ningand hail the grain is all the trees tot h up by the and there is fcarcely a houfe inthe town of Felleiin that is not confidetably JtfLT Tfce Dividends upon the 3 per Confols br gan this daytd bs paid by Bank to the Mer chants nnd and wul tamotrow to the pub tic amount to upwards of five TheMail which arrived that the Chief Conful fet out for and An twerp ori the He u to be accompanied by General Bet and AdjutantGeneral A Permanent Council of for the Sea and Land Confiding of 12 is efta the All the Orangifls who have been appointed to places in the Provincial Ad miniflration of the Batavian have ac cepted them The Legiflative Body of the Italian Republic has and nominated its different The Pope has under the moft levere the exportation of any works of A letter from Vienna that a Frenchman who had arrived there from by had confirmed the news Wdlla where all was PaflTwan Oglou had pillSged and burnt all the villages which he had and the inhabitants were taking with them their More than them encamped on the frontiers of The Prince had quitted which was ex pecled ti be foon Citizeu appointed by the French Gu veroment CommiffaryGeneral of Foreign Rela tions at arrived there the beginning of laft HS was fome years ago landed by the unfortunate Peroufe at and fent to Paris with his Afc Article Ratiifbon w of kbe Jib 4of hAdatthTl tfirt Inrfcmwtiei fto had been by Count fcowr nod de thi vention was naually GovemmeiMs for Im diatel 1O flMI Confervative and the preflfcl them fo confummate the pwt which obol them by in the formation of the UgiooT1 from the Tufkiilt proof balance of mu i fiftt between the great of Europei one of them V not by jts apprehe J of the others would notfell to an already to To Th in with as much violence arever Thenew Conffitti likely to be adopted confiderable r The flaeement given in alt the opeaing of theAVculadia homeward bound Dock on the lirh now find dS the it rnedflv Avnrf The every Tefpedl W gtye pefenr Planters and fnhabitantv It w eitpreisltf flated hi the the J preferveits Qvil Griminal J of and jdifferem CpurUk cafes warrant an it made to tlie Cpnfulsand the CounrMofStaWc the fame tcfQW it was King in Council The whole fyffcm r Tobago appears to be the refult of the ure According to the plan now adopted French Canal tobei tween Bruffels and willpafi walls of the former and form a with the canal which communicates with t North It is fuppofcd that front fifteen twenrjr thoufand men wilr be emptoytd in this dertaking before the end of the brought by the Royal Admiral from China mform that the Miffionaries are fuffered to perform their humane work without interrup They hafiened alfo to baptize thofe who tain thefmalleft fpark of One of thofe pibut lathers that in Pekin two thoufand were every year 0f a large portion One of in the the has addreOed a letter of thanks for the kind uea mem hej experienced from the Court of Directors of ihe Eaft Indu Ir is that the army under Dougal Camtbell has fuffered very feVerely in an near having had thirty killed and It is a melancholy that the had upwards of 70 officers killed and wounded in s Sir Alexander Ballls appointed Reftdent nifter to the new Order at The Firft Conful oF France has not till Fately ftewn a difjiofirion to partake of any Much pains have been taken to induce him to into fornf amufemenrs and the Miniler Talley rand been heard to that if they could find a merhod of employing him for fix hours a France would be In confnfmiry irh the above he ha8 at length been brought to purfue the fports of the field i that f riy a and have been tranfplanted into the forefl off Whrli for his But a excited a confiderable fenfation at that ihe celebrated which con tained ihe idiffeent regulations of rhe Royal Chace for Louis and from which a leaf had been torn for feveral has been aclually re placed wiihin the laft A in neighbourhood of in has lately emerged from rhe moft abject flate of poverty to the nvjft unbounded He kept a miferable which was principally fremiently by Jew Pedlars j he had had 22 of whom only eight are alive one in confequence of a difpute he had one of his he faH to him in a Go that Pepper comes The boy un derftood the words and immediately em barked for the He was not heard of for many but intelligence was lately received that he died in the pnflefftd of a fortune of near a million and had left his father to his fthole A new experiment has been made at Tours of a which a Minifter might ufe in his and communicate thereby with his fub otdinates at a It is the invention of ona an anift and A dictl waa placed on the ground in the centre of which wag hand pointing to the letters of the alphabet on the firft floor above the and without any obvious was a fecand the hand of which moved as it were fympaiheti cally with the The Prefect dictated ths Gtnius knows no which was ac curately reported by the dial and the words brouglit without any intermediate commu Th next phrafe was longer which was reported wiih the fame The art of mechaniiYn by which this is effected is unknown j but the inventor fays that he can extend it to ihe diftanee ot four or five through a hould be ;

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