Dublin Journal, July 29, 1802

Dublin Journal

July 29, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 29, 1802, Dublin, Dublin V jfufy A letter frum Brefl lhy THiHjoit is ftill on board the wne e he will remain until orders are te trived Government Tnry write from under date of the yhat ihev expecl every day to eceive sin OmViiil th prtfciffr time CrtftVui event is expected anxious impatience Perfons from flttpatli of thr country fbck to Bruftrls and Ant to be prefem at his arrival in thofe The Prince of of the LieutenantGeneral in the Army Catholic and his AmbafTador at arrived at Bourdeaux on the vich a numerous and fwo have it wtflied toijjfue a tnilliatfd of paper money btjt this was fc warmly nppofed that it has been abatt tfHnedfSome is expected 10 bis adopted with rafpedHg the of nati nal property wjio lme not paid t TREATY OF Government fome time filiice quieted the fears of our manufacturers to the importation of artides of lUb J0 a treaty could have no other object than the reciprocal advantage of the i but isit notto be dreaded that we Cjtojwveno clioice but whatinvqlves the alternative or deftruction of our mamfac taras In a hort fpace of rime tHey have fuccefs fullyjtttfified the Gowrnmem by and by they cannot but BjjronsenSH more without mucb injury to are always fure of a fufficient for their merchandise the neighbouring The introduction of tJOmrnoditiei into France cannot be of fo much arrfpiortancq to them in any than as it Vouldtend to diminifh our prevent our importing a great quantity of raw and throw idle many thoufandsof people whom it is he tntereft of France to keep employed unlefs the 5s prepared to take the expence of their herfetfi in confequence of total ruin of the the injury which Tniuft accrue to French manufadurerrby the en trancd of Englifh even clogged with l hirjr it it neceflary only to refer to the inflance glifh painred in confe of being intbis are brought into e in fuch great that the fales grand manufactories of Juoy are already diminifhed one Nocwithftanding the the difficulties of m fraudulenl and the the kind j of merchandize ftill find their way in will be the corifequence Jtof opening all the ports of France For the mer admitted on the payment of a the means of committing fraud may be prac the of making the declaration j Jaft extremity is reforted tha the Government will recejye of the duties An article of great which pays a confiderabte flways inrroduced in fuch a way as to the revenue of one half thr duty t and this igenerattjf goes into the pocket of the foreign mer AVer and abavethe value of his of fuccefs the French haying fcarcely emerged jftateaf and obliged to maintain a conteft thofe which have attained their fall muft rejapfe into that ftate of bn irt whtclvthey remained rfuring the IsATrea of Cpitimeree the Englilh would fend us fiill dant ftippjies of every article of mer mod theekchange would probably to more than 16 per in their fa htal Jit juae The war exiinguiflied in Eu tojpe has the fcene of its ravages to the Afrjcao it that all the Barba rian from Morocco to have unani agairift who at only cowefling a fmall point with Tripoli jj but on a late refufal of the that to let a Morocco y laden wjth fail for both thefe which hadformally applied to him with Iflued a declaration of and until a reinforcement arrives from the United have in Mediterra nean will have to fuRflin an unequal The Americans who are betray tib on the fubjecV and talk of nothing Ms than battering tlic Barbarian capital they expecl to engage the whom fear has hitherto kept at to unit with them in a grand Badpay the African plunderers a more feriqus vifit than they yet experienced from the European The moment is perhaps bf judicious may operate to de the Iniquitous fyflem of thefe fyHematic Danes have ferious caufe of com the as well as the who nre at open war a philanthropic in thefe another grand period in modern tiie fcttetrvnt of the of ihe nities in Germany are Agent will leuoflf from Ratifhon ConventionIcoticludeti at Paris Mfrfi the Courtsof Berlin and anl th Ounnvrce is but langutfhing norwith Randing the various arrivals of produce and trea fure from nmouting in up rp the 3 ift of to near twentyfive millions of dollars in hard About one million pounds weight of twice the quantity of a prodi etousfupply of Cnmpeachy flptwuhftanding which the prices nomjnajly higher than in any foreign ma by which means little or nothing is One of our Gazettes con tal as Ahe and the have bjwft at Paris Immediately before the ventiort by pict ofthe Em thofe who TftfipV at their dif will take pofTeffionor the Cbuntries allotted to them as the the Convention wjll bejrjffictrtlily public Papers have afTerred refpecting the Contents of this is in many particulars falfe and It would be too prefumptftoiis to The reports which hare been circul re announce at the prefent of this important Treaty t bur it is that fbmd days previous 16 its cjefinuive many changes made in tile Juty to intelligence re ceived from the Cape wf Good that Colony does ertjoy The Caff res and Hotenrots make excurfions on feveral and riefolate the The remainder of Troops Ae Tercel will embarkthisday or in order to cm plete the number of thole defined for Weft June our fent a difpatch to the Secretary of States in which he all the CeremrM iss to be obferved upon the reception of the King in MS and alfo a lift of the perfons who are to be prelented to July fitrurfa is per recovered from and rlie fo lemn acl of renewing the oath of allegiance will take place pn the loth of next in the Hall of the old v SATUKDATt JULT The Extracts which hsive gtten froim the French mails contain fome articles worthy of article from Je Commerce is a very plain declaration of the femimenis of the French with regard to a Commercial Treaty with Great They juftly dread the the Tii f is from theFrench juUr free among but exifting under the pro preponderancy which the immenfe capital of Engliflt mutt give to their This preponderancy continue for a great length of time j and from their declara tion it all their efforts to counteract it will be They complain that not the difficulties of a fratydutent and the fevercft the EngWh manufactures ftill find their way into is a very comfortable declaration for the manufacturers of is a con vincing proof that whatever may be fenumems oC the French Government with refpecl to a Com it jsiinpoffible to exclude the Bri tifh manufactures from the French We that the fliutt fightetl foiling of the French manufacturers wijt havelutle with thejr Government t as the effects a prohibition will be extremely detrimental both to the public revenue and The importa tion of our by fmuggling inuft plainly de prive the revenues of the advantages which they might derive from our commerce and the reftric tion of commercial intercourfe with the country of the greateft capital in the muft objftruct the of wealth into from the chief fource from which it can be We truft that the Firft Conful is top found a politician 10 be carried into futile dictated rather by precipitate fears than by the folid project of advantages to be derived from Janiesi By a proclamation we learn that the guardianfhip of the Republic of the Seven Ifles is transferred from the feeble hands of the Sultan ID the vigorous grafp of the Emperor of Whrnthis republic was put under ihe protection of the if could only bs looked upon as a way of difpofmg of it in the mean till it could be quietly transferred toits ultimate Should the Emperor of Rutfta find it neceflary to keep a permanent force in for the gopd of the ccv fhall have no cauTe to repine that our Ally has acquired a Ration in the Mediterranean j but for the how nrtjft they now that they are on every fide betet by their powerful rival iv Sir John Borlafe Warren was appointed Ambaf fador to the Court of Peteriburgh in confequence of an immediate requeft to his Majefty from the that one of his Navul Commanders might be delegated on thar TheClerkfhip of the now va cant by the death of Colonel is one of the in the gift of the Minifter wonh a and is a complete It is faid many months when it was tup pofed the Colonel could not furvive many the place was offered by Adiingron to Pitr andit is fuppofed he will obtain though entirely unfolicited on his Colonel Barre held the office about 15 or 16 it having been granted to him during the early part of Pitts in order to fave the country the expenceof a penfion which had been previously granted to the and which was in confluence The French in the fame fpirit ire ahdllepublic of the It is not yet agreed upon what title ought to be given to the head of The word enough your modern irconnected with ideas of an annual which of not accord with any permanent The ofl is in to rhe popuj lanty of yoiir new pnncipfcsimight fun well enough the head of your Governmewti Bue in order to render thau word moreworthy 0f the mBJeftictank in which Francels ceffary to precede it with the word which the opinion of Europe has already con fecrat whenever he Hero ot France is Thus we flialj the Sublime Prefident of tltei Empire and Republic of the We findj naturally the places which his in thr Supreme Magiflracy are to The Second Confui becomes ArcbChancelbr andVicePrefident of the fbr life the Third Conful directs the with the title of The whofe title of Confervative feems to perpe tuate the idea of political and to inveft it with the legal charter of would become the aqguft Senans of the teringthe ediils of the and the of the College of it would alone have the important attribute of voting the public contribu A of Laws would take place of thofe bodieswhofe name feems a revolutionary With the for its Prefi it would be compofed of enlightened Jurjf of flcilful and diftingnifhed men of whom the Prefident of the Empire mould appoint uponTthe prefemation of the Se from It is with the urmaft concern that we flare a moftdifaftrous event which took place on Thurf day in the works carrying on in the Newf Black In order to bay out the water at the entrance of bafon next the a cofferdam had been which had hi therto bid defiance to every returning within laft hav ing diminifhed the buttrefs which kept out ihe had on Saturday laft approached fo thebwrrier between the works and the and had weakened it fo that numbers of perfons exprtfled their anxiety on vthe fearful that ths waters might rhrow down thj and inundate the unfin fhed A teprelen tation to this effect was made to the who after furveying the damand the piles which ported opinion that no at that was to be The proceeded with confident f curity til the evening of Thurfday when the calamitous anticipated was by the tide fetting in with uncommon In an inftant the barriers were thrown and the water rujBied in with irrefiftible fweeping all before At firfHt was fuppofed the whole of the Docks have been prematurely and a great rational cala mity have taken This was happily by the effectual refiftanceof an inner which flopped the progrefs of fit de ftructive an inundation We have yet ro ftate the moft calamitous part of the accident j as by the Cudden rupture of the fome of the workmen who were incapable of extricating thernfelves from their perilous fituation were drowned the bodies of four of them were difcovered in the courfe of the the fifth was fouwd and proves to have been a br other to the gen tleman who has undertaken to excavate the Dreadful as this misfortune may be it might have been attended with ftill worfe confe but for the timely warning conveyed to the workmen by a gentleman on the who faw the dam beginning to and called out to the men engaged in the A number of engi neers and workmen have been fince employed in fhoring up the inner to prevent its blowing up by the weight of water tr will have in future to It is ftated however from that the al hough attended with the lofs of five therefore a fubject of extreme has not produced any farther injurious cnnfe queuces to the works of the Weft India Dock Company at the Ifle of nor witt it in ihe jeaft degree delay their The Directors of the Weft India Dock Com pany have on enquiry intothe fituation of ihe tamilies of the unfdrtunate The marriages which took place in Paris on the I4th of recall to our recollection thofe which were celebrated there on the marriage of the Count Portions were given on that occafion by his Royal Highnefs to twelve young maidens in Thofedamfels who wifhed to take this opportunity of becoming were directed to make application to M de Mercier among others tis tsiv tniuc ipiiii uc timers wJiich has dirflaied the grtmer partoP its proceed n very liandfome young orjxfian applied to infrr L i ryj je Mercier having taken down her en quired the name intended I have replied How then can you be married replied that wt were to be provided with every Madame de wno happened to be was pleafed with her innocence fhe procured her an ings with refpect to conquered at length conceded a by which the petty diftrict of the Valais is declared to be a free and independent Republic I Thethree gua ranteeing powers are to be France and no political or commercial nre to be fent to foreign piuvurcu ucr an IKUCK Every good office among foreign nations is man or a and they are ftow alive and to be performed for and IndepinJtnt Rejpub lie by the French The wholc cohvenI It is it is to give the tion is a mockery of Independence and cers of the French Legwn of Honour a Cordon many other conventiunj edged with white and The white which French power has been enabled to and blue will be fo that it will be Impoffi Fourwen tranfports were at Malta on the ayth ble to fee them at any j by this of under ordersTor Egypt oqf troops were the tricolour will be proved in fact yer the at that period ignoiiRMis to the pe decorations of thefe grandees will nod of their evacuating the in ufe in other pam of Europe L THE Mi Funds yeflerday duction of near per part of the bore of This depreffion isafcribabletotwdprinci the the enormous on the of the late Loan which of thd In Holland and 0tv money not being fubject to coirnt has advanced to of the Du to all the capital thidt can bi reigners have thus toivvi fums from to pital at thisadvanced The Itttveeneral took i heayinisft to figns in the political from If that Cabinet it aral the difturbance af a diftance tqo which this Country not wji The panttion of Europieiin Tu ierioufly in agitation or we think might frefh fprings to anJby only enemy we can apprehend in an ficult At length hoflilities f tween the Emperor of and t and the following puWicV event has been yfrlcially given to of American the Confulsi olf States at which T hive j who the fquadron of theUoii in the Mediterranean and our Conful at announce the difagretablc rival in that port of Siropfon from Emperor of Morocco obit hhn to depart with and at the ftrtc time ordered all bisveflclitobe ftrmed againft the American I hcg yop will without delay inform onr Agents in the different pom of France of thw re queuing thenuo difpatch copka of Letter 5y the veflela that fail for the Unired 6r the Wtft j and inviting the oC thete hi the pom where they Commodore Morrw to all Ara vcflels deftincd for the Mediterranean to repair to a reodczvoui wlicrc they will convoy charged proteding them on their entrance info the Signed jyiNff Commercial Agent of the Unhcd the American Conful in has made fimilar communications to the Gomman dejs of American veffels in this country The Dutch are maictng thegrcateft exerrions to take pofleffion of the places ceded to by the J Definitive The whole of tnerr troops inI tended for the Weft Indies embarked at the Hague J on the 12th Sir Jamet in the of 80 the of with part of the 4oth ment on arrived yefterday at from The and Bbnde tailed from Gibrnlrar with ihe above but company for The Henry Wellefley has been appointed by his brother to the LieutenantGovernorihip of the d ift rids ceded to the Company by the Nawfcub J in commutation of the fubfidy which he has hitherto Wellefley is aflifted in the Administration by three A and J and has been fucceeded in the office of Private Secretary to by who was employed in the EmbaflTy to The Marquis GovernorGeneral of gate a public break f aft on the 2510 of in his to the Ladies and men of the City of and to the Officers of his Lord hips efcort and on the 97 th his Lordfhip received a Congratulatory Addrefs from the EH ropean Inhabitants of the diftrict of The GovernorGeneral at at thehoufe of MajorGenera It in ihiscity where the unfortunate Cherry was fiabbed by perfidious Vizier The and warlike fpolls of Alexan and other parts of are to br equally partitioned between he B itiih and Ouomaa fleets and T e Norfolk conteft is computed to have cod the feveral candidates fhort of Jt is fup pofed that the fum of has been expended in the late conteft for the Kent The two fticcefsful Hony wood and Sir William were chaired on Thurfday through thfe town of Maidftone and we are happy to ttste that the ntmoft regularity and good conduct were difplayed by the friends of the three candtdines during the whole of the conteflt which continued nine days with unexampled acti vity on all The conteft for Krrft has not coft Honywood a fingle TKe eftpeoce was defrayed by the ho fent for Hony wood front his country As foon as his return was he his intereft with that of Sir by which means the latter defeated the very powerful efforts in favour of Sir E 5fr Harry Vane finding the of the county of Durhnm fo lirongly in favour of has decla ed his intention of not Handing a Burdon and Sir Ralph Mil will accordingly be returned without oppo Bird and Moore tnean to petition ngainft the renirn nr Ffoft means to do the fame for Eaft nnd Swann inieiwj to petition agrinft the return of Sir Stephen Lufhington and Sir John for on the ground ul ;