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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 24, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                HANK A m July FAMILY of PROPRIETOR S o BANK will meet it th Bank ffiay inflanr prerifely at One to By THOMAS NEW of the RIVER 8th Comrrvtl Hii Revenue give tliat the above will be lighted on WccMnfdav the firfl day of Septenibcr nnd continue tucafjrr from the expiration of hi ihc tiiitil daylijlit in the 1 K S C R I V T I O This ha been rrcifred the Scite of the former will be lighted with Oillamps nnd Leusfc it be let n from every point of the vifible like a Star of the tirft and will make this fteady appearance at M times when obfervcd at a and not affected by or it will tlirrc fore be eafily diAingtitthed from a which flaflits and difappcMrs by the influence of the By order of the ALLAN MAC Rectified pure MALT to bear al per gallon fld elfc where at CASTI a rm tmft refpefl f Hy informs the G Friends and he is extenfivcly aftivted witli and vfelU cholen StocV of tlie pupjhafed for ready which enables him t fell for the followingreduced prices Per Fine Reft Bcft a per 88 M Tort Bcft Jamaica Bcft Jamaica BOARD OF WORKS i6th THE Commiffioners of the Board of Works hereby give that they are ready to receive Propofalsfor NEW with the heft Ton the RID1NGHOUBE in the Lower The Propofals to be fealed and endorfcd PropolaU for New Slating the RidingHoufe at the anddej ttvered at thrs on or before the a6th after Propofal be By NEAR THE BLACK TO be SOLD by on the By JOHN On Tucfday the jd of Aujnift at one oclock The Intercft of that beautiful and elegant with Stabling 17 five and containing about 10 lor a Tom of 98 Years from Michaelmas fubject in a Rent of 200 Guineas a together with the adjoining of Trirnbulh with a Fiveflail and Containing about lor ihf fame fubjecTf to 30 Juincas a Tiirv will be fold for the accommodation of the who will be allowcJ jo Ciuiucas a Year for Trimbuili if he give it The Im chafer will further be entitUd take the re maining Ground of in fcvcn containing for the fame at 10 Guineas an They are admirably calculated for being well divided and with Views of the Sea and the Wick low and a feparate accefs to each from the Pickling a variety of Jamaica Srak and Lump HOUSE TAKE Widow of the late Y rcfucdUully informs her Friends and the that fhe will continue the Bufinefs in the fame tenfivc manner as her late who recently eftab lillicda Correspondence with the firft Houfcs in London and juft landed a large AjTortmenJt of ENGLISH PAPHKS and if not fu to any hitherto imported with a great Variety of her own arc ready for lafpeo a leady and conftant attentimtto the accommo dation ol her moderate fhe trufls flic will merit tliat Support and Protection for a numerous that her late Hufband ENGLISH STATE SHARES of ENGLISH legally are now fcHiug by WILLIAM Corner of Wlro is cbnfbntly fupplied with BANK OF ENGLAND gT The Drawing will commence the fecond of next may he had at the A FRENCH AND ENGLISH For YOUNG takes tins opportunity of ex prefling htr inccregratitude to the Parents of the YOUNG LADIlfS configned to her for their con tinued coulidence and friendfhip her Pupils will be educated in every branch of Polite which in cludes and all the Futliionable Fancy bcA Matters for on as Terms as at any other Mtu 3 ready to take a few tit A DIOCESAN JAMES At fame time will be the Intcreft of Mrrrion having excellent Rooms on a with a jfecond Houfe not quite which may be detached and let each The Rurchafer of Merrion Lodge may have one or two as fliall he agreed containing 7 held on va different at 10 a After the above will be immediately fold the the molteminent Matters four beautiful on Green Marble Ptdeflais Draw And the fubfequcnt the Houfchold VAmong Avhich are two French 8 feet 10 inches by feet 4 inches a great variety of Pier Glafles of all di elegant French Furniture mounted in Inlxid with a great number of the fiheft Doxvn Feather CataloRues of the and Handbills of the will be delivered before the Sale fit Drawings and Plans of Frefcati to be feen at The Buildings The Houfc and maybe feen by Tickets to be had of Great George or of the Porter at Xciutter July will end July 25 and Thirty Guineas Two Guineas per as ufual July CASTLENOCK WILLIAM refpcctable Sclicols near JUubliii Vacation will end ou the i flu in 48jr Wnii Plaintiff Ncfhitt URSUANT to the Decree of His Ma Court of Exche quer in made in this bearing date 151 day of I do hreby give Notice to nil Creditors of Henry ajid all Per having any Charges or Incumbrances artedliug the real or of the faid Henry come in before me and prove the on or before the aoch diiy of Atipuft otherwifc they will be precluded tlia Benefit of faid this aethHlay of Ws and Mary to the De his againft JL crec of His Majeftysj Chriltoplier Court of Exchequer in Ire Jftichard 1 made in this hearing date the a6th day of I do herebf give Notice to all Cre ditors and Legatees of Rpgcf Lite of in the County and all 1crfons having any tilei pcrfoiul Eftate of the faid Roger to come in before nic prove the on or before the aoth of Auguft other wife they willbe precluded the Benefit of Dated this aid day of RATHMINE9 T7ATATION will end on the 26th July 1OR I Examination held on the gth roth the following young Gentlemen obtained Premiums tmus Doo Saieri Fletcher Mann i Latin Burgh 3tus and cut for VACATION the pjth of July HJiiNRY AConfiderablc Number of BLANKETS that hvc been in will be SOLD by at the CommiflaryGcuerars South tin Monday and the a6th and a 7th tiule to commence at eight oclock each On Wednefday the aSth and the TIIHEK following a Number of excellent and Carriage HORSES will be SOLD by AUCTION in the Lower CdftltYard Sales to Commence at n oclock each STANFORDS WOOLLENDRAPERY IS conRantly fupplied with a falhionable and ex tcnfivc Variety of the following ARTICLES of DRESS ready made in the neatcft of the bcit Materials and on very moderate Terms Gentlcinens Drtfs and Frock Curricle Coats and and StockingWeb Flannel and Hofiery infide and every Gentlcmena DreflmgGewns and a new and falhionable Ailcrlmcm of WOOLLEN and FANCY may be fupplitd on a few hours no ticc witJjiJClothes made agreeable to their meaftvc in the without auy difappojutmcnu FOREIGN jane ZQ William of Gtou cefter does not go to but to the King at the Camp formed in June regiment of fla tioned in has received orders to proceed by forced marcbes ty Croatia fixregiments of and in are ordered to hold irl readinefj to but we are uncertain to he Fron tisrs ol or PalTwan Oglou becomes every day more formidable he has already fufter ed feveral exceiles to be committed againlt the Subjects of the The moment feems to bearrived for chafiHing this and determin ing upon fnrne great Couriers hare arrived a few days from Paris and The Archduke Charles fet off today for Much a5ivity reigns in our We have received official that ihe Court of Ber lin has ordered ita troops 16 huld themfelvesin rea to march taoccupy Countries which are to belong f it as July the audience on Merry prefented Lord C ivernor of Colonel Dif Colonel Parker Ktnr Mijor in ol ihe EarlIndia Member of Eat d Pan and June Portuguefe Frigate 0Sen na has been tikrn by an Algerine The former was commanded by an Officer of the cient French who a very good and who would only lofe his reputation with his lifo he an unilmiiedcoufidenre in hs Second who was negligent and in Both were were allo about 30 men belonging to the Pxmuguefe at the moment of their being boarded by the Algerines Tlie reft made no The Frigate carried and is conger veflel than the Algtnnes have ever His Higreft the Duke is re ttirnfd from The Foreign Brigade has departed for It has concluded during its Hay as well as all the Kngiifh in an exemplary man Pafiij Jiily great expectations formed on account of the FeHival of the were difap of the amufemems givn to the public upon former the whole fplen dor of the ciay was confined to theMilitary Evofu itonsf ii Paadf and thefe but little more varied limn the fllublifhcd Parades of the 15th of each About 8000 Cavalry and jed in Cmrt of he and on the Place de which was cleared away for the pupofe rode through the lines in the manner he generally without and on a canter afrer which the Infantry formed a and he delivered to the DeputatT ons from different their new Colours the whole of then filed ofV before hinx and he returned to the Hall of where ihe Foreign their refpecls to A grand dinner was which 200 guefts were T e Corps of on the Pa and made a very brilliant from the variegated cubun in which they are and the ridinefs of the Officers The Commandant is a fine young ahand fome figuiCj and an extraordinary good even amongft his who all ride In the evening the Place de formerly the Plate de Louis Gatdenpf the aud both frontsof the were moft bnllianrly and every hnufe throughont Paris ais lighted by order of the A fcaffold was creeled in the a concert of of votal and inflrumental mufic was at which many of the Artifh belonging to the Grand Opera A great Dinner is tobe given in afew days at to theDeputies from the different Corps of the and the General Officers command ing the Troops near Orders are given for the Grand Gallery to be and a table of four hundred M9O If8 WEXFORD AT general public Examinations held on the and jd of the following young Gen tlemen obtained Premiums or Certificates JoJiu Engjijb Wat id Jlaimn Grerijn Wat k Gil Cul ad 31 0VACATION ends the Mth aa Guineas per and 5 JOHN AT a public Examination in the Principles of the Chriftiati at MilTes HAGARTYi on the ijth of the following Young Ladies obtained Firft A Certificate to Margaret having obtained a Meddl hit a former fit Vacation commence the iirrt of and will cad the Jift of the fame JVLT A private letter from Domingo that the arreft and departure of have been at tended with beneficial and that the negroes were to their It is faid that the climate has not been fo fatal to the troops as was expected t yer Generals and and feveral other have fallen victims to A great battfe has been fought between the Grand the in which the former was The Englilh troops in Egypt took no part in though irongly preifed by the Grand We are happy to announce the arrival in the Downs and in the River of a great vefiels from the Weft A decree was paffed on the tft by the Petty Council the Helvetic fiating that the new Constitution has been accepted by a very great majority of the and has thus become the fundamental law of the Helvetic The acceptation of the Conliitution was to have formally proclaimed the next day at the chief leat of and kon as poflible through out all the Nothing can exceed the favour hewn to Comte Woronzow by his Royal Mafter on his return to The on his way back trom hearing that his Excellency as not far fent an exprefs defining he would join I theBritifii Charge dAffairej at Co who hi Royal Highttefi prince William of Gloucefter to turned to the Danifh with the that hearing that the Ifing of Sweden had alres4y fet out for changed hii way nnd went to Dantzig and injtead of repairing flralght to Stockholm to meet his SweS i At the final clofc of the for numhew ftood as follow x Efqt Two firft At the eloft of the Poll for July numbers ftood as follew For 4445 William 2093 Sir Francis v Since Pali wan Ogiou invaded the Anflrian at the defile or pafs Called Uorhenthurm red tower has been defired to fendt a trumpet with a letter to Palawan him what his defigns and what condu5Vhe f meant to purfue with regard to Auflrian pof feffions on that part of the Oglou gave a diflinguifhed reception to the Imperial Officer who brought the andf fent him back with a fenlerl im mediately forwarded to and in which the Pacha exprefles himfelf to this purport The Porte certainly made ft Convention with me lad and as an apparent ftgn of her appoint ed me a Pacha of Three Tails but irrefragable proofs in that Ihe never was actuated by of finceriry towards and has cruelly dcftroyed my and many members of my family he attempted to lull me into a treacherous to find rneuu cut me off Her advanced fides to prefs upon fny and by fo doingten4 dered difficult thefubfiltencc of the brave Soldlefs undes my To procmre them I had1 no other teiourte left than and by1 ft fruflratcd tlie infidious and treacherous defigns 6t the Minifters of the Grand In always refpecl the Auftrian and have given thf moft pofltivc orders for chis Signed PASSWAN j The public has for f time been acquainted with the lofs of the the extra ftip which was carried into the The following particulars may be relied foiled1 firomV in Oclober with 500 prifoners on under convoy of the of 74 who died three weeks after leaving that In ten degrees of fouth la one the crew being aloft reefing the each having a billet wood concealed under their came upom and having diftributedthemfelves according to the previous arrangemcntof their fucceededJ in fecuring the fhips people without They got poHeflion of the fignal andr is aflually romained two day sin company of the regularly nnfwering fignata unttV they were able to make off undefcried in a andfafely reached the July in from Spithead the of 74 Captain Tyler and of 98 Captain to go up the harbour to be paid their crews dif up in Laft evening at four that fine fhip the of went up the harbour to be paid and laid in ordinary her to her native where fhe was firft and upon a new plan of an 84 upon two pccafioned a num ber of people to aflembleto fee her go up as he palled the near the German Rock and Mount fhe was heartily cheered he came to her in a fine The of went the harbour tcr be paid The of Boyles and the of are now at fingle a favourable changer of go into marched tovvn from Stonehuufe being full of that valuable the very fine felecl body of Royal their light under the command of Came in the of 36 from a cruife to the Weft Remain in the Sound the War In Ha fitting for Rear July learn by the arrived yeiieiday Item the that the Admiral Sir with a company of artillery j the Berke ley and with troops burd j the Cameleon and Port Mahon from Gibraltar for on the ift of The with partof the Sad failed the fcrne day for The Ltda failed on the aoth of June for and The Superb and Dragon remained at The Triumph and Atthe were gone to fettle fome dif pute the Dcy of The witk a part of the36th foiled for on the i4th of y and on the iSihy the Eurus and Niger failed with the id battalion of the i7th for the fame Dalhoufie and Robert Kerr are coming pafTengers in the July An order has been received here from the Commifiioners of the Cuftoms to put a flop to the exportation of goods of every kind by the It is well known that the trade by the Lifbon has been long car ried on with the knowledge who derived great advantages from it as articles of EngUfh exported without being en tered at the could not claim the drawback allowed by Government on fuch goods when exported in the regular Whether this new regulation be owing to any complaint from the Court of we are not Though it is well known that fince the that Court has ceafed to connive at the importation of Britifh goods through the in the way it had for merly and had given the ftricleft orders to As foon as they his Majefiy took ihe Comte into his and they travelled together to officers to prevent a c miimianee of this trade by every meajjs ui their   

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