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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 20, 1802, Dublin, Dublin GENERAL be and FREEHOLDERS of the KINGs To I HAD hnptd mat tl T y in had Inch as to IviVc pre the Comity firm t bv tcfl but 1 one ii likely o whicu nm very number tof FortyIhilling rnflpred wiliiln fiiu mould for tbt thr inaccuracy of fuch a rmifl c t end cxpcnfive in ihc extreme and as I fit moll fi the Rcprefcntation of Ireland bmcntubly fallen in its Viiluc with the ronciirrcncr tf lot it ol my mofl powerful div mined with draw frptn that may Ivivc tfttn erred ia jmlg jncnt but I will he hold to I I vc not been by any pcrfon 1 have been what tlc hitcrtfh of Ireland HIIC that vou rcvtr independently or I oufftv rrnre ientcd than during lie many years and eventful pcnnd in which you did me the honor to return me into Parlia To thofc very Friends who liavc with the inoft forward in order to continue me their I beg leave to cx jireft my moft heartfelt them it never iliall be obliterated my I have the honor to Your obliged and affecluniiUc July To the I NDEPENDE NT CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the KINfUs COUNCV iijpvrred fT to vmir permit me on that day raceiU acclnrationramy favour fome of the prin cipal InurefHn the and the flattering fupport I met during my no inlure that fucccfs vyhich your Independarice firft taught me to look I have the honor to Your faifliful and devoted July To CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of ihc KINOs S the honor which you were pleafed to confer on me by appointing me one wf your Reprcfentativcs in Parliament IMS ceafcd by ihc permit me again to offer myfelf a Candidate to you for that moft refpectablc and important During the many years I have been hi I have constantly and according to the dictates of my humble judgment endeavoured to promote the Welfare and protect the Rights of s I therefore Submit my conduct to with the confi dence of one who confcious of the merit of having in ttndcd at leaft always to render his Country the heft Cer vices of which he was capable and the I may almoft faj alTurances of fupport which 1 have already fatUfy me that 1 hall not be difappointed Jii my hopes of obtaining that reward of which I am moft the fating again the Reprcrentative of your independent With the moft lively feelings of gratitude for vour paft fa and preient kind dilpoiition towards I hdVe the honor to Your much obliged and very faithful humble July the and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of T CANNOT be in eTprefling my deep fcnfe of rhe importaiH Truft this Day delegated to hy the unanimity which you have been pleafeH toelcjfl me a fecond time one ef your iii Parliament FhUercd by fo diftiaguifhed a Mark of the conlidcnre of a Coumy fo long tlie refidenec ofmy and to which I muft ever remain bound by evfry tie of rcfpedt and it will be the pridtof Jiiy life to endeavour to prove myfilf not altogether un of the highly honorable iuuutiun in which your partiality has o IdHtlly placed 1 have the honor to With every fentimcnt of fcfpeiil and Your devoted humble July 1 To the CLERGY anil FREEHOLDERS of the C6UNTY of TT RETURN you rny moft grateful Thinks fnr the honorable frtuation hi which you have again placed your approbation of my prill 1 urn proud to attribute the decided and alraoft unanimous with which you have honored Believe with Iiicere Your faithful and obliged humble July ARCHIBALD To the ELECTORS of to acknowledge with a degree of gratitude which can never be the honour you have this day conferred on us by an unani mous aud to alTurc you that our feafe of that unanimity is ftill more enhanced ly tht conviction frrl of the wellknown aud diftinguifticU fl Electors of We have the honor to Your obliged and faithful WILLIAM To the CLERGY and FREEHOLDERS of the COUNTY of T as my intention at the pefem time to rave offered myfelf to your choice to rcprcfcnt you in Par h cafe any fhoiiM have cccafiuiicd cither of your late Members to retire from your as it is natural for the moft perfect reljpect for the and the moft warm and anxious wifhcs for its pease and I could on no oc cafion feel much difpoiid to luzard thofc objofts by ioli citing your fupport but dill lefsean I think of fo upon the prcfent your votes arc by your late to I you are moft favourably and had they no other claims to your would have alone entitled thcmfelves to it by the firm and faithful manner in which they executed your inductions upon the great National Qucf tion on which they were incited to my chief object in troubling you with this is to make known to you my intention of olftring myfelf to ycur notice upon a future and rcquefting ywr votes andinterefb upon that contingencyThough I nm aware how little credit is ulually attached to general pro felhons upon fuch it I be me to aflure that fhould I become the object of yuur your and intercfU Will ever be the firft rule of my parliamentary conduct and that it will be the pride of my life to evincfi to in the degree I feel thofc of attachment and rcfpcct with which I have the honour to Your moft faithful and obedient HENRY I if the 8th Cimmiffioneri of His RevenMC u that the above will be lighted MI Wcdnefday the fiitt day of September and continue hereafter from the expiration of daylight in the until daylight in the I K S C R t P T I O This Lighthoufe has hcin creeled on the Srite of the former and be liglicrl with and it will be fen fr ponYof the vffible like Star of the and Will make tliii fteady appearance at all times when at a and not aifcftcdhy or it there fore be cafily diftingitidicd from a which and difuppeart by the influence of the By order of the MAC June THE Jicreby gives thafhc H to reccivSf for BUILDING a NEW BARRACK for INFANTRY at CASf in tbe Ctninty of accord ing to Plun and luflructions which may be this Office eviry day from four ThePfopofals to be fealed up and endoned for Building a Hirmkat to be delivered in on or the loth of July after which Day no Prdpofal can be received Thr and refidcnce of two folvent Securities to be mentioned in each No Propofalcan be couiiuered wherein the above arc not complied By JOHN BOARD WORKS 1 6th Comminioncrs of the of Works hereby Rive that they are ready to receive for NJiW with the left Ton the HIDINGHOUSE in the Lower The Propofats to be and endorfcd lor New Slating tin RidingHotife at the aiid dc livcred at this on ir before the after which Day uo Propofal be By I5th TO be SOLD by INCH of in Long on the zoth at One the undermentioned Goods viz 300 Yards of 570 Ditto of iao Pieces long and 4 Dozen Womens Silk jo Puncheons of 4 nr gllx Some few Articles more of tritKng By order of the Goods to be viewed at the Stores on Mon day the jyth NEAR THE BLACK be SOLD by on the A By JOHN On Tuefday the 3d of Auguft at one The Intcreft of beautiful and elegant with Stabling for 17 five and iuntainiag about 10 for a Term of 98 Years from Michaelmas lubjedl to a Rent of aoo Guineas a together the adjoining Lodge of Trimbulh with a Frveftall and containing about for the fame fubjcet to 30 Guineas a 71iey will be fold for ihr accommodation the who will allowed 30 a Year for Trhiuflh if he prefers tp give it T lie Purclwfer will further be eriitUd to lake the re maining Ground of in fcvcn containing tor the fame 10 Guineas an They are admirably calculated for being well divided aud with Views of the Sea and the Wick low and a fcparate accefs to cadi from the At fame time will be the Intcreft of Mernon having four excellent Rooms on a with a fecond Houfe not quite which may be detached and let with and Garden to containing aboutj for the fame Term of 98 fubject to a Rent of 65 a The Pnrchafer of Merrion Lodge may have one or two as hall be agreed held on a different at 10 Guineas a After the above wilt be immediately fold the Collection of by the moft eminent Mafters four beautiful Marble on Green Warble Pcdcftalb Draw i And the fubfequeiu the among winch are two French 8 feet to inches by S feet 4 inches a great variety of Pier Glaffes of all di elegant French Furniture mounted or Inlaid with great number of the Down md Feather Catalogues of the and Handbills of the will be delivered before the Sale tit Drawings and Plans of Frefcati to be feen af the Commercial Building The Houfe and C rounds may be feen by Tickets to be had of Crtat or of the Porter at Ltinfter COUNTY OF be from the iirli of November for fuch Term as miv be agreed the HOUSli and DEMESNE of ing fifty Acres or of good Meadow and Pafture is a fufliciency of Turbary on the Prenvks for the ufe of the in writing will be received by John tltlx From to HTHE iihovc bum will be given by the Adver 1 tiler for the purchafe of an adequate CIVIL EM PLOYMENTA filiation in the Law P r would be preferable to any The utmoft will be if line directed to atjhe will he duly attended A to hire Catherine or Elfzaiftb until Characters are firft in at from whence they have To IX ITvERpooT Qeiiit HeaJ TH much pleafure and i writs to in form that my from Ining in the laft Mage of a weak and bilious nervous attended with every fymptom of Is now to perfect good by talqii five Botilcs of your truly celebrated Medicine the CORDIAL BALM of I fhould conlidcr it a crime h I withheld from the Public my tcf timony oi tho good effect of this Medicine 5 you pleafe to make the Cure known at and I will fatiafany Enquirer on the I dear your obedient J One Pound Eight Shillings and Twopence is favcdw the which can be had at the OLD ESTA a Sm in AflTemblv near Wsftminftcr Nobleman or Gcutlc man having fuch to difpofc may meet with a Pur chafer by adilredina a Line to at Mrj Lsms Gojd New honour and fecrccymaybc relkd On and July f AT a Mcetmg of the Governors of the Sunday and Dally North the following Rc folutiont were unanimoufly agreed TKat the Thanks of the Governors be given to the for his excellent preached in Church on the in at was in cluding Benefactions fincc the Gentlemen who collected be requcftcd to accept of the fmcerc Thanks of the Governors for their humane exertions on this By WEXFORD x T general public Examinations on and young A tlcmen obtained Premiums or Johnr Englijh Wat Hore Jlotian i i mus Gretrati Knglijb ad Cul VACATION ends the i4ih aa Gnineaf per and 5 JOHN RATHMINES CHARLES yACATION will end on the h v July A FRENCH ARDENGLISH For YOUNG takes this opportunity efex preiFing her fmccre gratitude to theParents of the YOUNG LADIES configned to her for their con tinued confidence friendfhip her Pupils will be educated in every branch of Polite which in cludes and allthe Fafhionahlc Fancy heft Mailers for and on as reafonablc Terms as at other 0 is now ready to take a few tit No A T a public Examination in the Principles the Chrifhan at Miffes HAGARTYs on the of the following Young Lacics obtained Premiums Firft HfthrAnne A Ccrtilicxte to Margaret having obtained a Medal ou a former tit Vacation commences the firrt of and will end tlie of the fame ATISS Mifs Mfnlly acquaint thsir Patrons and the that their only motive for felling their Houfein rhe Sheds of is ta confine their attention wholly to their Houfe in Dublin their Boarders and be ingvtry their occupations are fo much in creafed as to preclude them the of dividing their Fa mily in as fpecified in their Card without additional will be taught the moft faihion abje Fancy Works in an elegant French is the Lan guage of the will be no Summer TO BE for the OF by tlic a fpacious fit for the immediate reception of a and moft defirably fituated Sea For particulars inquire of the DRAWING AND and all other SuascumFRs to PACKs FIRST COURSE of LECTURES on delivered at tha Dublin Societys fcnfible of their great utihty in aiding and promoting the ftudyof the Fine and of the information and pica Cure thsy received from confidcr it as a tribute juflly due to thus to exprefs their entire approbation of his Lectures and they canieftly recommend the at tendance of Ladies and Gentlemen who are in the purfuit of knowledge in the of Drawing or at fu ture repetitious of JONATHAN Second Conrfe of Sin Lectures fnbfcriptiou One Gui nea will commence on a8th at a at where thofc who intend to honour them by arc requcftcd to feud for the number being limited to Pack gives private Dublin JoiirhaU PAPERHANGINGS AND HOUSE JANE Widow of the late J refpectfuliy informs her Friends and the that he will continue the Bufmefs in the fame tenflve manntras her late who recently eftab lilhcd a Corrcfpoadence with the firft Houfes in London ami haa juft landed a large AfTortment of ENGLISH PAPERS and if not fiu to any hitherto imported with a great Variety of her own are ready for Infpee a fteady and conftant attention to the accommo her and her moderate fhe trulls flic will merit that Support and Protection for a numerous that her late Hufbaud STANFORDS WOOLLENDRAPERY TS conflantly applied with a fafhionable and ex tenfi vc Variety of the following ARTICLES of DRESS ready made in the neateft of the bcft Materials and on very moderate Terms Drefs and Frock Curricle Coats and and StockingWeb Flannel and Hofiery infide Vcfts and Waiftcoats and Breevhes of every Gcntlcmens DrefllngGowns and a and fafhionable Affortment of WOOLLEN and FANCY may be fupplied on a few hours no tice with Clothes made agreeable to their meafure in the without any THIS be prefcntcd THE GRECIAN DAUGH1 Harley Talbbt Coyne Xingj Didnyfifas7 Galindd Davis To which wihV be THE SPOILED Little with Mifs Griffitht r Mifs On the Tragedy of TriE MriM D THEATrltEkDYALj For the BENEFIT N FRIDiAY EVENim th23d tif btfrefcnted Uriels Undo AniyerpollLiicV Davh j and Siddoiu r i i i rrn To which wilt be VvHttes by CATHERINE Hohnan and Tickets to he had of Parkftrect and of atjthr where for the may be f V to puffuahce1 of His Artys of 1 for the i uc CICCU two Kniguts to reprefentfafd Courtly in hereby give that 1 will oh Thurfday the a of at the houroT Twelve x4CIock at Jroop ceed on fach Election at theCJdurtHbufe Suthe Town JAMES FOREIGN to accounts fever A 1 Pachas which have been fen the Pone agaiaft PalFwan have pined Him with thejr by which his force 5s augmented to twenty thoufand He has a di of of 3000 and rsMten from them thrre The Boyars who have have been required by a Proclamation iffued by PafTwan Oglou return if they refufe to their eftates will be given up to be plun July night the Elediorjil Privy Councillor of Yon arrived here with an account that the troops of the Prin cipality of Naffau had taken pofleffion of the threw Diflrkls of Treves on this fide the notwith Handing ihe made againft this mea His Electoral Highnefa wasmucrj difturbed at this July the their Majeftjes theKmg and Queen of Pruflia arrived their journey to Pomerania and the Pruflian Pro in perfect to the joy of their fub They are now gone to their fumme dence at JULT This morning 15 we received French Journals down to the isthinli The only news of importance which they contnin is an official Jetter from containing an accmint of the proceed ings of tlie French army in It ap pears from tliele that Pelage received the French at PnntaPitre as and delivered up to them the as far as was in his Hs to bring over all the other Black A number of the moft with a very inufiJerable body of follow fortified themielvesat bafTeterre and it was not till after a though according to the French accounts a Ihort that they were driven from that From the nature of the and the defperation of the the French General acknowledges that the courage of the troops WHS put to a very fcvere Their difcipline and overcame all obfla cles the black troops were every where routed great aud difperfed among tho wonds and The viclory of the French however was by no inejins In the affair of BafTeterre they had one Inindied men three hundred wounded j and from the nature of the few of the latter can be expected to General Kichepanfe Rates that fome plantations have been burnt but he hopes to prevent any further damage from the Negroes who ftill infeft the us there are no large bodies of the enemy to prevent lum from fpreading his troopj over the for the defence of private pro It that qll formidable oppo fition to the FreueK arms in the Weft is now at an end tmt predatory Negroes will Jufy AT a numerous the High a RrauiCtion holders of the to fix 6a fit aod proper to faid County iq on the cnfuW unanimonffy That thecondua of our late Rcprercntarivcsj HOARE Efq and Eddefcrvcs the of Conttituents and we do hereby give them our Jhankufor their Conduct in Parliament That HOARE and GEORGE arc proper Pcrfuus to Reprefent County inthe ehfumg that we wiltSup porr them with our Vows and at the approachimj r That tire Thauko of this Meeting be eiven to the HOD ONEAL for having g handfarac a manner fdrborae to offer himfelf at this time as a Canddate for the Reprcfentation of That the foregoing Refelutfom be fjgned by the and publiflied in the Dublin journal and Dublii Evening TK u cu High Sheriff The High Sheriff having quitted the andHwtny having been calledto the Thanks of tKc Meeting wcrt unaninioafty votdd tb the High vecy proper Conduct in the Chativ
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