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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 27, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                Tl LONDON July to Sir JULY of a Letter from Capt HOME POPUAM EVAN dated at 18 have much pleafurc in tnuvVrv copy Cllliern letter of the Mth Tor the information of my Lords Commifnone r giving a detailed Account of the finking of theFrench National corvette La flechcdf twentytwo and one and fevcnty The refiiljt Colliers uitfcinitluij pcrfcvt ranee under every trying clrcumftanctv determined th warping the Mahe likely to be of very material to the commerce of as La Fledie was unqucftionably intended tr cruife iu the Bay of I have the honor to f killsjtl n or wotiuled onr n ruin nmTi having fome bats have fuffered bcficles fhot between wind and 1 GEORGE To Sit Home f Ing to Majeftyii loop Mahc S The ftateqf the crew of his MiijeHys fhopun tier my after leivjngjhs Read in duced me toput into the Ifland of D ego a large of turtle and good fhe liarbnir pn the of and on the execution bt the particular lervice paimel our in your otders of the 2id July tend on the iri fightof rhefe his MajettyVfl Hp fclr in National cor and after a few ineffectual manceyreB 01 her fromthe fuperior failing of the hen going I the pleafurCiOfbringing her to clofe adlion at F three quarters five t of the VicTor long de ceive the the fecond broadfide proved fuffi the vorveite hauling her windandendeavour to in about twenty I firry to by having almoft di her fire at our marts and fails fhe had a fair yrofpeft of for on her tacking under our I enJIjjaVourad to with the hopes of b af d 3ng vyhejj I had the mortification to find Toth lower and topiail bracesfhot on the ijarboatd iid aivwell as preventer ones and bow and beforeothers could be rave the corvrtte half a mile to nighffart approach ing added to the chagrin1 fell on bbferving the fait better than the wind j chafe continued all frequently within at funFct the he wind the was four or nailes vyiuflward in the night of the 4th figittof the when by Who this Affair wbunded with two and ihtf damage uftained hull throughi and 1 to regret our tails andngging Judging from the cpurfe t fir ft fhe muft be bound to thefle for and towards funfet of he was again feen in for this an Ikept under eafy fail fill dark when the I anchored t at daylight I jhnA the farts the corvette with fprhigs in or inner harbour with a red flag at ihe as I fince learn in defiance j bs aainted with the and having Ctawford thqugh ill of a fer Middleton betug were which fervice they completely or did the letter gentleman till at by a boar Irqm ihe narrowqefs of the added d not being favourably compelled me to and the flay fails which expofed o a raking fire for fome aur I was obliged vo fprings on the broadifide brought to bear and at three quarters i ai well directed fire was which i ip inceflantly from veffels till twen paH when I perceived the re going down in a few minutes fhe caft round and her bow grpund co tal the firft a pany TS were fent to board j though 3d ihey pin ctifrovcjod the enemy Hd jjbc ojn j Lieutenant Smith other officers then fent with proper but jufl as Hhey tod ncceded in extinguifhing the fire fhe fell larlward bHge into deeper and proves to Ijeen French La mounting ao long French 8 Jlnfwerinf to Englifh with ftern lb9tfShlr al were the firlt aflion wps larger than ViclolP tnthe perfedlly a re amrkable faft fa j and not four months from commmded by Captain Lieute nant dt with four a cuin pliment of 145 fome of whom had been Jeft t Jick at From a number of dead and dying men reported 4o be found her as well as two along I am induced to bolieve the carnage wns ony four are acknowledged by tbe French She had 20 men to aflifl at her forming a of the crew of the French frigate La Chif captured here u few dnys fince by his Majef stys Oiip La Ciptain TThe obfiinaie defence made by La Flechewas on the fuppofitioiVof the Victor being a From the length of rime elapfed ere this bufi nefs was brought to a I have felt it neceflary to be ihus particular in my and 1 trull for yrnjrexcufe fhould dwell J feel I fhould oo an injufiice to every offiper and raan on did neglerfl paying a jufl Tribute to the and determined bravery they evinced j every man U bouring Under a lingering fever of which I had un fortunately thirty lelt a proportionate zeal beg leave to recommend to your tenant well as folicit your ihtcreft for tlie confirmation of rhy as alfo whenever bath having faffed lor obtain the iliey wijl 4o The KIIIR hat been plcafcd to grant the dignity of a Of the United Kingdom of Britain arid Ire land to the eharles Qeorgc Baron of that part of the United Kingdom called and heirs male of body lawfully bythe and title of of in the county of The King hag alfo been pica fed to grant thtfdignity of a Baron of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to the Right Ifdnv JchnTJaron of that part of the faid Urritctl Kingdom called Ireland and the heirs male of his body lawfully by the iiairie and title of Baron of bhcflicldiin the county of THE d y MINISTER OF at The JUl V Vt King has approve of John to be CoufiiJ from the United States of at the port of fOXEIGN Hy mtean ed on A June from Corfu that endeavours have beenexertfd loefFecH a couo terrevolution on the Kljiid of and which was to have ben put in onthe of the Holy Saciamtnt j but that Goverri being timely informed of the cauTed 17 of the rtngleadtrs to be taken into cwC the others having previonfty raken to On the other Iflandr of tranquillity fremed to reign without the probability of July refidence of puif narch in is not merely confined IP the holding of reviewsv rhe diflributiun of mili tary but chiefly to important political by means of the vlcmiry of his prefent abodewith the boundaries of the Ruffian Njimerttus couriers have already been drfpatclfed fromPlrola to Pprerfburgh and on the the Baron vbtf our AmbafTiidor Ruffiani arrived in at the tion with hisfMajefly on the under mutual July cold and wet which the whole of la ft ft ill con tinues Without The thermometor is and the are every day alternately fucceeded by heavy fhowers of We had a fevere hoar froft in the night of ihe zgth July Berlin we ihat ihe Courvby a treaty concluded at hasrenounced its guaranty of the SrudihoHerlhipi and thuisformallly Baravian Re publiu July from Cronffadt Ogloii has completely a corps of 3000 r He publifhed a in which he ordersthe inhabitants of W al lachia to return to their and ro pay the coritriburion which he The Courts f Vienna and Peterfburgh have ordered troops to march to tefrrtories fr6m any IfPaffwan Oglou does not reiurn to order tht Auflrians wilt at the enter and drive that This which has been concerted bttwren the two will be preceded by a Declaration adJrefled to tjie who will probably pay the expense of the war with fome part of v celebrareH Scbifj has been brought to trial j he volunta rily confdfed all his and begged for The robberies he cmrriitted innumerable he had about one hundred men under principally compofed of and He is extremely ijrnoranr and Jun I 5 Onflo a fmall i jwli at rived in our port from with being the firft arrivnl of this kind fince GoVernimht grnnivd their We have the moll flitt ring intelligencefrom an Deputies in refpecMing port thci have hcen received by ihe Firfl Conful and pTorrrifecl every thing theyconld that tend to the this he even at the conftrnce held with thct it wahis iniention to extend all the privileges and aid ro of which it was it to its aucient We there f re like privileges which have been jufl granted to The Deputio from who are abjuring witJi might and main to difippoint our hopes had the rmnification f gming a refufal of their they having had an The Colonycontinues to enjoy the greats Some aflemblagei which were form have The from ihefGeneralsr the different departments inform yrtuto What a length that miferable Carried 1is keepinghis prornife med dfe in nny or he went in different jsotnts of the CQntrivirig1 ploWi and He had an account fent to him conflnntly of of fickhefs upon the and wa ched its progrcfs wiih I have cut all his befSre this at jlenerals confpired with As tor the the rebuilding Ail bitants of the1 Slpimiflv whom invafion are returning mnke ipWCj aO not Citizen liertezedK is I regret iahimihe lotsof a civil to long experi and great devotioh for thje 0oVerh I recommend toybuias appear ro Hand in of your afGftance j inorwuhfladingHhesiinportant functions which he he died 1 have fhe honour SJgnid Louverture is faid 4tt as was id be Tflatepf During the whole of the to guards were kept conflantty in his When the French troops went to arrejft hin fotitidhim in the at Gonaives he appears fo have fif fufpicrous of any defign to tranfporf KitnTr iflanoS for he wifhed te7go vfe Genetat without taking jwith and was ately hit hip of the which hoyeMttgoff1 the ioa Auflria and Ruffia are certainly oh the poir fending jtrrfqpiintb A Art Vwwght by tfcp jdutcl has infornred that on the of June lajClj a treat y was figneH beiween he French Republic and the PprteV iii wlith folely fbritdObjetfl to from to Wecan hardly think thterference ESdt evacuateWallachia that the armievpf and Auftria drjiyen hirh into the heart tjheTurkifh and Peterfbtfrghwill brfides demand payc The Ruffian trbbpr who were at been otdered has bf and that he of gurahte ing the independence of iheR the and of ef JULY One of the Paris Papers received yefterday has publiflud an exttad of a Letter from in which the following project is giveu France to be callrd the Empire and Rtpublic of the Gauls and her Chief the Sutfime trefident of the Empire and Republic the Second Conful to be drckUbanctlhr and ylctPrtfident of tht Empire and the Third Conful The Con ervative and ihe Leg flative and Tribunate to and jo be re placed by a Cvliege of Law t and a which la Ihall regiiter the Edidsof the Government and the Ads of the College of It is Otid that difpatchet received from Guada loupe by General that the blacks who rehfted the trpops from arc nearly deftroyed j their on being hard prefled by the hot and about 560 of hu fol lowers were put to death j the reft have but are clofely The ifland of Guada is the greateft part of the eftntcj being burnt tind a numbs r of proper ties in Giandierre are alfo of the ilnOment it fhould feem as irthfr Pones its Own of the defies of Ruflla arid I Aull or at ted ft to by a concef fion of the nighell commercial Yet Ruffia will haidly fubmit to it and this cojiutry will without jealous eyes fo valu able a privilege granted to the It does not require any great degree of fagfacityto if treaty has really been the peace of the Continent will not IK of long Yet bttveenPruflia and thebefl underftanding continues to A treaty was figned at on the 2tft of during the period the He redimry Prtrjce of Oranges refidence in hat capi vvliich i of Fruflla reribunces foy the guarantee entered into in theyear of the StadihojdeVfliip of the re c griifes Baratfan prbmifes to fend Hrt AmbafTadbr to refide rfrtrre I lie Italian Repiiblick hag Law of nnd every youth ftorq 18 to 30 years of age is liable to be called from that of FVancej tnafrnuch as it tolerates an in cafe the Cstifcripr hill provide a This circumflance is only deferving of as far as it fhews an un happy dilpofition to render the military Hate pre dominant throughout the Continent of It is that Prbfeffbr of celebrated Hiftorian of will be ap pointed AmbafTador 16 thevCjtm of nqt withftnadJngthaT he actually fills the fituation of Aulick Counfellor andfirft Librarian of the Great Library at He refufed his nomination by the Little Council on this Extract of a Letter from It is not often I write to you on any concerns but thofe of bufinefs as the Elelion at Nottingham is likely to make a mife in the king I fhall relate the principal JTcenes C ke and Warren offered themfelves as and polled a votes when the lower together with the Democratic parry and the Cor put a flop to Hating Birchs in tention to come forward he did and was re ceived with acclamations by the On the third day one man was nearly one or ftripped quite and ninny On the fourth day Coke circulated a pa flating the danger attending his being prefent at the and leaving his friends to continue the So far no other milchief was done except a lew windows On the 6th days Coke demanded protection from the miHtary j tlyy were called when Birch refufed to and the Mayor and Aldermen ordered them out In the evening Births elated with wenr to the Inn where Cokes Comnutiee were fit Birchs party infulted them others of Cukes and both parties defended them iclves with while the Cninmittee retreated into ihe Cokes friends were driven and the fury of the mob turned towards the Com mittee and fo vigorous was they wne ntceflliated to on them five with and ten powder only to intimidate The foldjers now were cajlrd in tc quell the tu and peace was Birch iifued a hand requcfiing his Cott Jlituctits to continue to condutM themfelves in the fame pi aceable The Election was conti nued tlie next but as none of Cokes friejids ventured to Birch hud a majority of Next morning Coke fVnt to the to fay he drclined the further and would appeal to Parliament for redrefs Bireh ws thrn declared duly and conducHed to the Dfpuy Sheriffs where he addreffed n minding them it was the 14th of July the day when Francejbtok off the hfippinefs of By ihe French Papers the i8ih which arrived this we find that the 5 per have a few and are now at 53 a proof of the Rate of al in that which needs no having I 141 Wihiain Jtto clined the and Sir Geary were returned duly ele JW t DDLfesex the1 dofe I the numbers aggrega George Byn Sir Francis Governor General pf in has ratified the treaty forfettling the fucCf the of the territories of eftablifhing the in the of the vefting tie clufive Adminiftraii n Ciytl and Government of all the territories and of the Carnaric Pavenghaut ih Colonel Hollowey and Major Hope are return from bon the the prefent to through Ft v From the mortality in the FjenchArtnyia thfr which is now admitted t is eafy to find a motive for fending ToujTaint The daily increafiilg weaknefs ofitheif would neceflariiy infreafe their fears iflftie of new iand the grertt ence of Toijffhint uihong tils brethren would point him out as proportionally dangerous of uch an raking hpw everthave been acling with more refiwd to have perfuaded the Chief voluntarily tp voyage to France We he could not have Bonaparte has written a tfcft Minifterof fhe which has been communicated to the National that his intention t propofe a prize medal of 3000 exjeriment which fhall be made every ytar upoa the galyahit ftuicj alfo a firn to fuch pertonsas yanifm in tlVe fame degree as Franklin and Voka have advanced ihefe Foieigners of alj Nations may be famous Chooans who was taken Ino puftody Irtlt winter after having Curtained kind of fiege in a mill near from which the friends of Government diflodged him by fet ting to Im is now on his trial before the Special of Fiftytwo J moft of u horn ace connected with ihefirft families of the are implicated in this and as fuch brought before tlie A mong the flipulations of rhe Treaty of thofe concerning fay letters fnm fesm ro bs on the point of being cart ied into execu They write Naples that the 2000 lian ihe refidence of the orderof John l Jcrufaltnis tobe provifionally for one are ready to embark for that At the conclufion of the eleclioh for the county o the populace took the horfes from anagtf which the Diichefs and DucheisDowngcr of and drew them after the chaired A Gentleman prrfent ob ihat ihe mob was neiiher deflitute of or inattentive 10 the following AnecJoie is told of the Emperor ancljhe King of The two were walking in the Poit when RII Englifh vefUl artived the Captain of which did not That ihcir Majefties were in that The Eng lifh Captain wore a Ruflian The Emperor afked him how lie hid otained it He that he was at The King of Pruflia then told the thot he was fpeaking to the Em psrbr of The Oflicer was conficleraby difconccrted nt this information but when the Emperor that the Perfnage who with him was the King of he recovred his na tural and left laying lam tiit tn be that I nffiin mSiLif ife   

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