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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 22, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                s to THh T i C of 3 on delivered nt DuMu fMcietys fctiXi of their great titlity in aidin and the Fine of the pie i fiircH y received fn m ihi confidtr u iuflly due to Ill ihm to trprcfs their entire oi hi litftures ant they rccomnv tendance of Ladies and Gentlemen who art in the of knowledge in the of Drawing oV IH ture of Second Oourfe of Six One Gti rira will ccmmeuce on 8th at a at where thole xvlio intend to honour them atti requeued to find for the h umber keitip limited to Pack gives private A tKJiNCII AND PNG For YOUKG 63 AtnicitRsi p tit takes tliis opportunity of ex prcfliug htr fmcere gratitude to the IarfcptvoiLfhe YOHNO LADIES o her for ttnned coutidence and fricndftiip her PopiU will be educati c Fncy heft for and on rtafonable Terms as at any other jfjT MILLS ready to a few fU No SUMMER IIIMCU cuunucncc ana iricnouiiji ncr win of very branch of I lite in and the Fafltionablc lar iORTERSTOWN AT an Examination held on the and tolh the following young obtained PK miums Latin tgrapLy imuj v ir fJcrraru Dot ri ATiutni ailu v Philips Tarkt nlart in adus and cut fr VACATION will end the Tjth of July HA DIOCESAN JAMES CAnON wilt end July Board and Thirty per Two Guineas per as ufual lit other JO CASTLENOCJC SCHOOL WILLIAM BOARD and Tuition in Elocution Thirty Guineas per at the ufual rates of the other near Dublin Vacntion will cad ou trig ijth RATHMINES CHARLES A CATION viil on the July 17 AT in encfing on the fcth i the otHnincd Prc imus nmjh Hihart Grecian Crf Won M COM KOSITION Many v ENGLISH Hob OtOGRAiiiv and Many M Hi will end on the 31 ft THOMAS AT general public Examinations held on the i and of the following young Gcu tlcmen obtained or Certificates John PAPERHANGINGS AND HOUSE CAPtLkSTRKET TANB wrdmv of die J refpcctfully informsbcr Friciuls and the that flie will continue tin Bnlinefs in the fame ex tenlive manner as her late tluibamU who recently lilheda CorFclpaudciiVc with the fir ft Houfes in London md ParishShe hs juft a large Aflbrtraent of HNCiLISH PAHHRS and if not to any hitherto imported with a great Variety of her own are ready for Inifpcc a Ready and conftant attcntiwuto the accommo dation of her and her Ihc flic will merit that Support and ProtetSlion for a numerous that hcrlatc Huflaadcxpccicnccdl STANFORDS WOOLLEUDRAPERV D AM t I conflantly fafhionaWe and ex tcnfivc Variety of the following ARTICLES of DRESS ready made io the neated of the bedMaterials and on very moderate Tvrjns Drcfs undProcla Curricle Coats and and StockingWeb Flannel auri Hoiitry infide and WalAcoats every DrcilingCiwwns and a new and Aflbrtmtnt of WOOLLEN and FANCY may be fupplied on afew hours no tice with Clothes made agreeable to their nicafure iu tu n without any anil which it Is chagrined to fee pamng Jmtf the hands of This coolncfs even affects our correfpondence with the Court of July a woman pafling along the was fuddenly attacked with a fit of having at the moment a child of fix months old in her Such a diftrefllng fituation fpeedily attract ed a crowd of who unable to yield the woman any 4t that a young tailor breaking through the called for fome grains rough which he forced into the womans This immediately had the eftecl of rcftoring the Womans fenfation and convulfions were at once put a top The young who had been at Mada that he there faw this remedy applied to in with wonderful THE CONSULS OF fHE RBPUBLIC TO THE THEMCH The I4th of July in the new defhny of After 13 years of the I4th of July re turns Hill more dear to and more auguft to You have conquered every and your defliny is att acknowledge the Empire of Equality there are no longer any enemies who menace your fafety and your independence no longer any French Ctolony refuting to fubfnit to the without which it cannot exift as a In the bofom of yoxxr Commerce calls forth your and offtrs you the riches of the In the thegtniuj of the RepubUr i fruitful in all the germs of that ilijs epoch may be for and for our the of durable happinefc Tnat this Peace may be embdlifbed hjr ihe Union of Learn ing and the Arts that htftitutiona fuitableto our charac ter may environ our Laws impenetrable nuiu that a Youtjieager rcceivi may Icten in our know their duties and rights the hiftory of our misfortunes may preferve us from the repetition of part errors and that this edifice of raffed by the courage of our may be prcferved ia the bofom of Wiidom and of is the wifli and hope of the Government fccond ita and the felicity of France will be as immortal as its Firft Conful of the orders that the inferred in the Bulletin of and ported up ia all die Departments of the Given at the Palace of the loth from tie DUTCH and HAMBURGH Wat ny i forcc argument in of which every thing ended without further There is ftfll a Grecian July 4th a fmall cuttrr arrived berc from laden with the countinghoufe of Holleman of rhis This veflel immediately on hrr was flopped by the French Cuflom Houfe and at once taken pnuerDon under pretence thitirvnas Ixdcn with Thi was liUt ly to have produced1 the mofk fcrix us canfcqacnccs for our did not occur without violent oppofition part of the pcope on aided hy who pofitively infilled nothing contrabnnd in the In the mean tfme this had at a great number of pcrfons towards the quay where ihe with huligrutinn at what had manifcftcd their difpltature towards the Offi hy ptlting them with The Frfihch guard having got inuIIigence of a corporal four Avere fent to kerp the people off from the But the mobhaving by this time coufidcrably the choler of the people was fo greatly heated on feeing theft French who were unahle to cope vPich them that they pufhcd one into the and compelled the others to The French Commander immediately caufcd an alarm to be and ordered the whole garrifon under This feemed as if it were the fignal of a frightful carnage the whole city collected and the tfage of the mob being wound up to its on beholding the French a terrific cry for vengeani c afcended from among A particular called fiagular ly ditlinguilhed We haVe arms too and made a motion to go and fetch In this critical our Bailiff ventured himfelf in the midft of the and fucctedtfd in quieting them by the Wild I in Cul gf VACATION ends the Mth Augulh Guineas per and j JOHN ATnpiMc in the Principles of the Chriflisn at Miflcs HAGARTYs on the of the following Young Lathes obtained Premiums Firfl A Certificate to Margaret having obtained a Mrtlrfl un a fonntr coinnunces the llrrt of and will end the 31 Pi of the lame MISS M and MHR A refpeflfully actjuaint their and the that their only motive tor IcIJing tluir Houfe in theShcds of is to confine their attention wholly to their Houfe in Dublin thruBtjrdcn and Da Scholars he iiig vrry ihur occupatioiu arc fo much iu as to prctlutLthem tlit itic i ot dividing their Fu ftvily in Iprcincd in their Card vill U ihenvidfalliioii aWc in an elegant i in In the gunge pt 1 imf YKM will be no IO HE fur the or hy i a U fiy tht immediate rtccptiu a and tinned for iidrtii alaii iinjawc of the July French guard on board the vcflel July about eleven a moft lire broke oiu in the Diftricl of the nt igh bouring occationtnl by the of one of the llovts and the at the powdermill the llandit u the havendike on the fide of In of the high wind which then a piece of wood was thrown on one of the roofs of the landing at wfcich inftantly might and was ken in a general bhze during the ilames it being a high wind and low water by which inaans the engines could not futhciciuly pliiySeven of the leathern pipes were to tally and two others only lightly No liven were loft n this melancholy occaliua one wo nun only greatly hurt by the The damage is Chevalier de SHIC about eight years entered the Kiiilun icrvicc Some high produced a quarrel betwnn him awd theRulllau Prince Tfcherltaww they but the affair was compro mifcd without bloodfheii by the interference of Iheir animolity broke out nfrefli on fome but another duel which they fought had only the elfcift of rivetting their It been already ftated to the that Count Subow and the Chevalier dc Saxc lately fought a in this In that rencounter it was Count Subow tint icvcrcly wounded in the Prince Tfcher batow his intimate friend and arriving foon after the alfair at this he immediately challenged the Chevalier de Saxe to light him with The firft fliot which the Prince fired entered ihc Chevaliers right who cried I die and aftar difclurg iug his the ball which grazed the he funk to the expired in the arms of his whu ran to fnpport FROM THE Jane time a confiderahle ooolnefs has been remarked between our Court aud that of Vi while on the contrary our Court has beenencreafing in intimacy with that of the Frcmh Govern the Cabinets of and Carlf There is fomcthing like a want of cordiality too between our Itlimftry and that of rotative to Biihops of Hcldefhcim aud which the l that couotry bat for a long time and Eitracl of a Letter General dated to the MINISTER of I informed you by one cf my Uft of the Pardon which I was difpefed to grant to man has not ceafed to confpirefecretly fince tlit monieiu 1 pardoned He only furrendered be Chriflophe and Dellallncs faw that he hid deceived and refufed to carry on the War any longer hut feeing that he was abandoned by he to organize an infucrcclion among the Culti and to make them rife en The information I received from all the even from General Def of his conduct fincc left me no doubt upfla the I intercepted the Letters he had written to a man of the name of who was his Agent at the Thcle Letters prove beyond that he was conipiring to regain former influence in the He placed reliance upon the licknefs which prevailed in the Under thefc cir 1 did not think it right to give himtime to his i riminal I to bearreflcd this was not tafy be accompliflied it was nevcrthtlcfs cfitcTled by the Ikilful mcafures ol General Brunei and of Citizen my whom 1 had eutruflcd with this I have fent to France allhis this who profoundly and with fo much has done us fo much The Government will fee what it fit to be dono with The arrtft of General Ton Taint lias given rift to new aflcmblies of the Rebels two Cliicfs of the infur have been already whom I ordered to be fhot and one hundred of his principal adherents have bien alfo arrefled a part of I have put on board the Frigate La whieh 1 have ordered to fail for the The remainder have been difpofed of in the different fhips of the am continually occupied in the reorganiaation of with as little force as polTiblc but the cx celfive and the maladies which aftlivSt rcndtr the labour extremely I cipeft with impatience the month of when the feafon will reftore our The dcpaVture ofTouflaint has caufed a general joy at the b 1he CommilTary of Juftice is The Colonial Prefect Beneaech is dangeroufly The AdjutantCommandant who was a young Of ficer of great is alfo die honor JULT The Fete of rhe i4th of according to re was not diflmgulhed by any occurrencenFan uiiexreiHed or extraordinary A fhirf proclamution was addrefled the preceding day to rhe which merely congratulates them upon rhe eflabnftiment of internal and external and exprefles the wjlh of Government fjr the du tation of and for the progrefs of vir of of public The review of the troops in the is re to have been very fplendid the Chief had a pleafed alacriiy about and distributed rewards to feveral There wai a Iplendid illuminotion in the wuh mufic and in rhe fmdens of the the Champ de and th public Touflaint buj been lent a prifoner to France with all his Of the which are given by the victory of a fallen and defeated ene it js often very difficult to develope the It was obvi HIS that the French wotrld nor permit Toulfaintto remain in and that fome would be made ufe of to fend him from bOdght down the ih thfct i ift of A ftlbfequent difpfltch givetl of the operations that followed fort Driven from that groes mdde a defperate flftnd at G der the command of They and took pofleffion of rt they ftood an The cafnage IgnaiMy Black General wai biit iufurgents retired fome pbfl extremely ftrong both by art and rrttutifc the French great labour antl many i in driving the Blacks fromthefe fought all the courage of of that they coald no longer retired into a latge ifcey fet fire to their all blown to The FrnKlvfttff this The ndvanctd lumns were deftmyed by thislaft General has deflruyed the rebellion in its oo reef chiefs are all are difarme are returning to iheir raBouci M 1 1 The Oak arrived yefterday in the front the Cape of which fhelefr on the atf nf On the he arrived at tvhere Ihe found the and the Sir Stephen 1 Enft homeward and the and Marquis of ftore for By a letter received fmm dated l8ihx we learn thai the Baprift Mtffioners are go ing on well two more Hindoos have been bajS making in all who have the name of ChrUl the caft w now and many more will no doubt The whole of the Word of God U and a derable part Brahmms who once indifferent about the feeling their crajfi ift in arenow verjfc v The Commercial Arrangements between country and it is are in fo forwards ftater that there is every appearance of their being finally fettled by the end of the prctnt The depreflion of the Funds for the laft two or rhree days has been owing to the payment of 14 per that is this day to be made upon the lafr only 17 millions of have been lodger m the Bank fo that eight millions remain in the a fcenewhere his influence had been o and where no great cordiality could ever be expected fubfift between him and thofe who had driven him from fuch a port of preeminence and Our private correfj pjideht at fome time that it was intended to bring jhe black General to General Leclerk in his that after bsing had endtnvuyred to organizea frefh infurretf and to make the cultivntors rife in a mafs lhat the re ports of all eh even own General Def had proved this to be a and that there fore he thought it proper toarreft which n n effetfied very and to fend him to In Guadaloupe the victory does not feem to have been much mere eafilygained than in Do The from General Richepanfc of the of make their own payments thereon according a they be come Suafe is the expedition ufed by the Admiralty in reducing our Navy to the Peace Eftablfflirrienv that the whole nf the hipt which arrived a few days fwce from tie will be paid off before the expiration of the prefent Thfr other fquadrons about to return from the and from the will alfo be paid off as foon as they reach The conteft for Norwich coft the refpedUveCan didates about m Jojeph Bonaparte lias been chofen by cU of OT their Grand Officer in the Legion of The organization of that Legion is and the Revenues afiigned for its fupporc The Military EOablifhrnent foe Ireland will be very That part of it which refpefSs the Infantry is ro confift of the following Regi ments of rhe and of thefe Regimenrs is to have 40 22 and 710 making in the exclufiveof Com miffiuned a force amounting to a effective A very nurnerons body of Windhams friends met at at the Angel in on Saturday without his knowledge or concur rencer to fupport nomination for Wodehoufe having already declared hitnfclf Candidate on the Loyal inereft of the they found u necedhry to have fome underflanding with that Gentlemans in order either that a junction might be formed between or the latter might Wodehoufe perceiving that the two interefls would materially pretenfions in favour oT the fuperior claims of A large fub fcription was Immediately begun for fupporting M Windhams and the Gentlemen pre fent entered into a refolution to bring their and neighbours to poll free of Thenexc through the aclivity of his al moft every town and village in the county was in motion for At in par 700 freeholders volunteered free of under the direction of the Sir Edmund and the principal Gentlemen of the town and a handfome fub fcriprion Was fet on foot great But on Windhams return to having re ceived the intelligence of his being already elecled fur another Bethought ir right to requeft that his friends would not carry their exertions his favour any as he would not appear any longer to occupy a poft which lie thought flnight be filled by others with greater advantage to their In confequenCe of this Wodehoiife again cam forward with the full fupport of Windhams and the loyal and independent Freeholders of tKe County as well as of his own moft rVfpectable Family In tereft and from the relult of the there every reufon to believe that he will be returned with a confiderabfe numbers at three oclock on thfe fourth day of Poll For Coke 3612 Wodehoufe 3071 Sir Jacob Aftley 2918 Great reinforcements are hourly expecled for Letters from the received by the Bata vian Mail of that Schimmel who has for forrte time been AmbafTador from the Batavian Republic to the is Ajnbnflador to ilus   

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