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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 17, 1802, Dublin, Dublin June HE BarrickMafterGeiijcril hereby gives No hat u ready to rcc PROPOSALS for a NEW BARRACK lor the INFANTRY nt in the County accord ing to Ilans and IivflnUims may he ftcn at this Cilice every day from ten to fouro The PropofaN to be foaled up and endorfed Jwpiifal for Building a Barrack at to be in on or before the loth of July after which Day no Propofal can be aul refulcncc of two to be mentioned in each Propofal No Propofal can be conliticrcd wherein the above condition are not complied By JOHN BOARD OF WORKS ifith THE Commiflloners of the Board of Works hereby give that they arc ready to receive Propofak for NKW witfi the lieftTon the RIDINGHOUSE in the The Propofals to be fealcd and endorfcd for lcw Slating the RidingHoufe nt tlir and de livered nt thin on or before the after which Day iio Propofal will be By COMMISSARIAT A Number of evceVnr DP A and CARRIAGK belonging to this De will be SOLI by in the Lower ou 1 Tuirday and Saturday the Ijth and 17th between the hours of n and 3 SOLD by INCH of in the on the zoth at One tie undermentioned Goods under viz jco YarU of 570 Ditto of jio of lung and 4 Dozen Silk jo Puncheons of 4 lew more of trifling By order of the N to be viewed at the Stores on Mon day the CELEBRATED SODA G LENTO appointed fole Agent far refpodlfully informs the Nobi lity and the he received a frefli AflTortment of fu much recommended by the ScltKoriii Pint Double Soda Ditto 14 X Ptr in Ditto HalfPints 9 9 t Stone Rochelle Ditto 17 4 J Cheltenham Water and Hurrnwgato and Briflol Waters from the Spas every of begs leave to inform the he has juft fupplied his with an Ex teitlive and General Aflbrtment of TRUSSES of an Im ConftrucTton hitherto unknown in this which in the very worft Cafes of Rupturs will afford the moft fcafonable want of fuel Articles in the rruny Uageroui and diftrellitig Cafes of Has been the caufe of painful anxieties to the who to know their lives cannot be a moment fccure with out fuch fo arranged thisbufTnefs with liis the Public may be always fure to meet a Conftant Supply of thcfc j Iiiflruinents for Curing Diftoried Lepi and Feet of Diftorted and every article of Machinery uhxrt Deformity can be by Mechanical which has gained him tlie univerfalapprobationof Faculty in both GENUINE PATENT MEDICINE tf BULL informs the vav and the Inhabitants of this kingdom in that he lias juU received A frefli fupply of From lole Proprietor of the original Long This excellent Medicine an infallible Remedy for every Dilcafe incident to the Skin as by gently opening the it totally eradicates all kinds of Blcmillio from the whether occalioHcd by or ariftng from the moft violent miicalled Icor or from any other caufe at t lie fame time rendering ikin and tranf and thereby improving the Complexion for a proof of a Pamphlet to be bad Gratis at the on the Nature of Cutaneous and containing a number of of the efficacy this JVlcdicinc from many pcrlons of and But experience teaches that Mediciues are luVjcl to the artsof the unprincipled in proportion to their exctl neeand it ihould always be enquired tor in the uamc of DICKINSONS COWLANFS Js the only certain means of preventing impulsion and of being fupplied with the genuine A New Edition of GUIDE wan laft week in Lon Near five Months have now rlaptcd fmce it has been in or a Copy could be had for anv cither in England or Every Alale arc highly interefltd in this Three Shilling to prevent are now figncd Ivy the Author Sold by and CORDIAL BALM OF Which maybe jnftly enumerated amongfl the torcmofl thofe happy difcovirien which medical rclejrih has M of the human and rininteraclive ti htinian Tliouhndt of pcrfont n the United Ktcgdanr live to bids the il tlicy firfl ypptied to thin admirable and enjoy the blclfing wf who might otherwise have dropped iuto an untimely the of impni 3 f A fom Dublin Proprietor of WHITE PSSENCKot gratification I feel in being Ue tocomnui the happy cfleifU of your may more ca be conceived than exprefled for upwards of three years I laboured under the moft excruciating at d with dcjircllion of of appetite and reft at a great ex 1 tried the moft eminent ut the Faculty without any railur tlic a myfdt up to deipair at length by great ptnuain prejudiced 1 tried your Mullard and r only fiiiir was with the Almightys felelliug rcftortd to pcrfriU Ucalih and It is now four and I have not iid the IliglieO return With unfeigned His Addrtf may be lu i Mi by whom the Mcdiqinc lold at Uo 01 Davifoaj aud N o i r c Governors of the Foundli give that there is a SCHOOLMASTER and a MANSERVANT wanting in faid plication for particulars to he made at the By Foundling July PAPERHANOINGS AND 1IOUSK JANE Widow of he late J rcfpeiclfully informs hrr H louia and the that flic will continue the Bulincfs in the fame ex tenfivc manner as her late who recently cflab lirticd a Correfpoudence with the firft Houfes in London and has juft landed a large AfTbrtmcnt of ENGLISH PAPERS and if not fu to any hithertn imported with a prcat Variety of her own are ready for Infpec a Ready and coiiftaiit attention to the aceommo ditiqn of her and her moderate tlie JVie will merit that Support and Protection for a numerous that her late Kulbaoid From to above Sum will he given by the Adver parchafe oi an Jtiletjuatc CIVIL EM Situation in the LAW Department would be preferable to wiy The utmoft fecrefy will be if A line diredted at the will be duly attended ICK STAFFORDS WOOLLENDRAPERY IS conflantly fupplied wirh a fafhionable and ex tcnfive Variety of t bur foltowUg ARTICLES of DRESS ready made in the ncatcft of the be ft Materials and on very moderate Terms Ccntlcmeus Drefa and Frock Curricle Coals and and StockingWeb Flannel aud Hofiery infidc Verts and f and Breeches of every a new and fafhiujiable AlTorcmeiit of WOOLLEN and FANCY may fnpplied a few tice with Clothes made agreeable to theirineafure in the ncweft without any FAMiLY Reclifitd pure MALT to near 7 at per gallon fold clfcwTicre at mott refpetH fully informs the his Friends and he is citenfively aflorted with afelcifl and woll chofen Stock of the purahaled for ready which enables him tw Cull for the following reduced priccs Per Fine Bcfl Beft Mall en per I s 8d Fort Bed to Jamaica IQSI Beft od Rumtger Pickling And a variaty of Jamaica Scale and Lump THE CORDIAL BALM Oi G1LEAD preferver and reflnrerof healrhto tlie fickly and tlie thai tiufy valuable Medicine the Cordial Balnvof Its warm aud re nevating indifputably renders it the be ft Medi cine for relaxations finking of the and all thofcntrvotw allcdioris wfiicb har rafj and opprcfs the anddeFicate for in all thefe cafes it is calculated u warm and ficady the cold t rein u loin to and invigorate he mufcular to animate die and renovate the whole whereby the chill watery fluids become rich and circulation reiiirnes Sold at andin jli equal to iz bottles at the only Warehoufe for Doctor Coc dial Balm of and by 3 SCORBUTIC Lower from an iudmato knowledge of the virtues of has through Divine Pro vidence effected the moft fuiprifing Cures in Cafes deemed for the truth of which ihe refers to the Certi ficates of many refpeclable Perfons of both in her accommodate the who may be af fected with or PILES proceeding fromfoulnefs of die will ac commodate them with fmall quantities of PlaJftcr and De according to the neceffity of the futtable to their Her Medicines have been proved by experience to be an infallible Preventative infec particularly the yellow lo doftruc tive in our WeftIndia pofleflions to GODBOLDS VEGETABLE who or fifteen yearsbtcn fole accredited Agent for the fale of his Medicine in this his fincere ThankMo tho Nobility and the Public for the patronage and confidence with which they have honoured and leave to inform them that he removed from to whew they may be always fupplicd with that Medicine in its genuinepurity frelh from the Proprietors cwtry gV GOOBOLDS TREATISE on the NATURE and CURE rff CONSUMPTIONS and ing a number of certificates of extraordinary cures per formed in England and by the application of the Vegetable a lift of venders appointed by the Patentees Agent in this to be had for perufal prevent the label ou each bottle is lijnieil by aud Godbold OK PKICKS of CORN nntl in the different Week r titling July brat n J d o 7 o O o 8 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 0 9 6 6 0 0 o o 11 ii 9 8 o 0 i o M 6 9 o o O O o o 8 5 o o 9 2i o o o o 9 7 8 4 o o o o e o o o o o o o p o p o o to Ad of o o o o o o O CT o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O 9 o Ryt O 6 q o o lowfpirltcd and debilitated will find ftrength znd from that well known apd eflahttfhed HUXH A NCTURE of improved and prepared fn a peculiar arid very fuperior man by Apothecary and Greek and fold by College in larjre Bottles at i and fmfttTer befotod infinitely both it ftrength aud to the comnion trafli too generally PCUlMUSlf Juty The Tribunate have Lticlen Bonaparie as their Member of the Grand Coi ncil ofAdminiftration of ihe Legion of Admiral Villaret et off on the jth for frntn whence he will proceed to of which IfTand he is appointed CaptainGeneral He will hoirt his Flag en board le Th which is ro accompany confiRs of two fhips of the fome and light vefK in which the troops deftincd to take pofleffion of Martinique will The Municipal Council of in w hjch the Father of is having diedinere in have decreed irm a Monument houVd eredled to in cenweof It is propoffd by fide of the there fhall be a figure of raifingup the fop of wirh ibis infcription Quit thy thy Son Napoleon has railed thee to June f is believed to be respecting the Indemnities r ThePrujecl of Secularization is rJe and In the courfe of a French Minjfler will repair to to carry it into according ro thedefire of the prin cipal Courts The Elector of alone will of Ecclefiaflical ana will AnthChancellor of the Empire t but he will Infe a part of Thofe who Hie whofe pot feffions are to ferve as will keep their places and will be prtferved for the and until their Members are exiincV A Hamburgh Journal of the that a private Convention twen concluded between Ruflia and reflecting the of Ger and of the King of July In confequence of an Order the Minifter of the the Curate ot Uncey and Marcelinis has been arrefted the caufe of his arreft washis having declared publicly from the that three inhabitants of thefe two Ihould not be ad mil red into the Churcl during their and that at their deceale their bodies fhould be deprived of the rights of He is to remain in prifon until the law hull havahis fate determined fc is wirh infinite we are enabed to acquairr our that the produce of the Confolidated Fund for the year ending July exceeds that f theprece ting year by rather more than one milliin and a laft which has ben a period of has parti culnrly Witli great plenfura we thru the greaieft good health prevails among of our hips at Jamaica for though z feamen qnd marines are employed on that only 27 were in the h fpital when the Jtmo of the and of the zd Weft India came paffengers in this On Ssnirday laft an overland expreft was re ceived from Letters have been icceivei by tTns which fpeak con fidently on the fiiccefsful termination likely to take ptace of the differences fubfiding in Carriiitic the oftheilihminion which moft of the Chiefs had made on the Malabar We the pleaftire M that Eaft India Companys fttip the Sarah Chnrles and the Capr Thimas were at ft an ing for on the jd of The Sn clair the Gahdoniar Capt John Craig the Ge neral Robert Abbm IVJafh and the Thomas ware at Ma dras on the 4h of February the three former were under difpatch for Bengal the Monarch was to be difpatched witfei private goods to England on the of The fallowing fhips failed for from the z8th February The Earl Captain Robert Burrowcs the Duke of Captain Patrick Btirt and the Henry Captain Waller Car rut The and Sir Stephen failed from Madras for England the Majeflys fhip Eurydice arrived at Madras a6ih and foon aher failed for BengaL Prince the reputed murderer of ihe Fm peror who has bren Tor fome rime at is gone to the frontiers of in order to fight a triple due with the Chevalier with a and 9 who have refpefflivcly chal lenged on account of the illtreatment they experienced during their flay in SCOTCH MILITIA this the Militia to be raifed are to be apportioned over the different parilhes in agreeableto lifts to be made up by rhe fchoolmaflers or from the returns of the honfeholders within 14 days after The age is between if and Alter ballot they are inrolled for e and are to be trained and exercifed annually for ai they may fcrve or by hi ihe fame or adjoining pay of per Troni he commence ment of ih0 atinual and the like Turn fur day in coming to and returning home from computing the day at not lefs than ten miles They are limited to Great and when drawn out a married mi litia man may any ttade in 3ny town or place in GKHI Aft American veflel which is Arrived At Fa mouth in twentyfive days from has brought a paflenger who ft a that two days be fore he a vefllel had arrived in ten daya from Cape having fallen inj djiting Ref with feven Trench men of the Cap fain of one of which informed that they had three days before debarked troops at Guadaloupe thai the landing was effected without much oppo fuion but that the Mulatto General attacked the French foon after with a powerfnl and com pelledthem to with the lofs of 406 men It is that the French naval force was obliged io and that the fhips were in great want of The American veffei fupplied them with as much as he could we know not that any operations onfhore coiilcf have forced the fhips to quit the ifland they did quit it muft been the purpofe of proeurmg it is in the recollection of oar that tnef of the aotVi eontained a letter from the CommhTary of Marine at giving an accouat of the arrival of a fhip from Guada and the Commiflary of Marines lewer men tions that a body of negroes ander a Mulatto Ge hjid retired into rhe fort of It muft the intelligence in hat letter is not later than the day after the tandiag of the Private received fubfeqtient to the ac count publtfhed in the ftared that the French met ivith much oppolnion at BafTeterreV and that the Blacks and Mulattoes defended iort with great We are to attach a confiderablr degree of credit to the account brought by the American veflel tor fo long veaedTjy flu by a provifional has ai Ulhed her The nyire it taut and preffing nature of domeftic nutelt prevents us publifhing ait tides of thai which pretty ion of the of th Equality and National Reprekntai nrethe three grand baies pf the ConftitutiosK RegtrbUc is to be governed by a w tions are to laft for fix years a onethird of utom are to go out every two yearsrM There are to be iheCjIJrge of and of Dotti r they are to meet everjr iwo and tlecl tlie prefcnt alfoto tht Senate three Candidates for the office of The Members of the Colleges are The duration of their fittings is not to and they are to affemble in different The Catholic Religion is declared to be the Reli gion of the A Marine of twrxr and four is to be kept and the faibrs are There is to be a National Inftitute Such are the principal poims of the which was proclaimed on the 291K The Members of the Piovirional Govern ment immediattly fiiprendeted their power to thft new The Doge has not yet been A Mail from Hamburgh arrived this We have to reptut what wehave fo frequently that all the intelligence brought by has been by the French The King and Queen of Pruflia arriVed at Warfaiv on the 22d ol keatAdmiral Sir manderinChief in the The Cse Sir Jamess flag is to come home and be paid previous to his taking the Chief Command A Circular Letter from the AdjutantGeneral to the Colonels of Regimentswhich had ferved in dated July That his Majdfy has been gracioufly pleafed to grant permiflion to the leveral Regiments of ferved during the late campaign in r and wear in their a as a diftinguifhed mark of his RoVdl and as a lading memorial the glory acquired to his Majaftys by tho and intrepidity of his in tl at arduous and important Badge is a with rhe word OViT it His Royal Highnefs the Commander in Chief has directed me to make this communication to in order that the Regiment under your com mand may avail itfelf of rhe honour hereby con ferred by hisMajefty and I am at the fame to apprife that a Pattern oF the approved by his is lodged at the Office of the Comptrollers of Army there to be had recnurfe as circumftances may have the honor to Signed HARRY The by order of his Royal Highnefs theCommanderinChief in General Or bearing datJune direds it tt be made known to th that His Majefty been gracioufly plea fed to fignify His Royal plea that every ferjeant of the foot or line who has in the courfe of the late or may become blind on fer fhall receive an allowance of one hilling and fixpence per diem j every in the hkecir one fhilling and twopence per diem and every drummer and private in the like one hilling a for the remain der of their LONDON the elofe of the poll on Monday the numbeis FOP Harvey Chriftun 3198 Sir Benjamin Jiiq Sir Watkrn 638 Wm nj WESTM i follow ing the ftaie of the July 13 For the Right no6 The Right Lord Gardner iy5 ohu
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