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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 31, 1802, Dublin, Dublin 1 k c R fc K Sir G Plaintiff f alrncrofs Ncfbitt ami PURSUANT to the 1 Decree of His Ma jcftjrn Court of Exche quer in made in this hearing date the ijth day of I do give Notice to of Henry and aft Per fons having any Charges or the Jeal or ptNonal the faid Henry come In before nte and nfpvc the on or before the loch cJayfjjf AUjjiift otherwife tliey will be precluded the Benefit of laid this icth day of tfafo TURSUANT to the De againft A cree of His tnrlftopher atd Court of Exchequer in Ire Richard in this r J bearing date he day Wf I do hereby give Notice to all Cre and Legatees RoRcr late of in the County of and all having any Charges or Inoumbraucdi affetfinti the perforul Eftate tlie faid Roger cflme hi before me and prove mi or before the dayof AugiJft V wl precluded tle Deucfit of faid Dated atft day of Stratford and PURSUANT to the Decree in JT this bearing date the eleventh day of and of at bearing w luiucquenc date the fourteenth day of I will on Satur tJaythe thirtyfirtt dvy of at the hour of two oclock m the let up and fell or public Cant V1C Hnd belt at the Chancery Chamber aill tjut and diqfe the Town and of Clog Decree ftnd aid Order mentioned Dated thil fttft JS bf WEST HE RE AS by Order n VT 7 Cuf VV made in this 1 bearing date this Lard I Remembrancer fs to fet by pubjic to the highefl and faircft V lhe VV hole and Denufne Lauds of in the County of Dub ty of j e ouny o u late the pofleffion pf the and granted in cuftodiam tJie Plaintiff in this Caufe containing fifty three from the firftday of if ihe inttreft hall fo long I do hereby give that I on Saturday the fourteenth day of Auguft at the hour of two o clock m the at the Lord Treafurers Remem brancers proceed to fef faid Premifes for faid purfoant to faid order Dated tlm lytfatlav of COMMISSARIAT Cortfiderable Number of new HI be SOLD by at the South on Monday and Tuefday the a6th and Sale to commence at eight oclock each day will cqntiuueuntil all are On the a8th and TUREE fdllowmg of excellent and Carriage HORSES will be SOLD by AUCTION in CattleYard commence at n oclock each NEAR TO be SOLD by on By JOHN On Tuefday the jd of Auguft at one oclock precife Tlie Intereft of that beautiful and elegant with fitablmj for 17 fite and remaining about 10 for a Term of 08 Years from Michaelmas lubjeft to a Rent of aoo Gnineam together with nhe adjoining Lodge of Trimbufh with a Fiveflail arid containing about for the fame fubjea to 30 Guineas a I hey will be fold together for the accommodation of the who will be allowed 30 Guineas a Year for Inmbufh if he prefers to give The Purchafer will further be entitUd to take the re of in feven containing for the fame at 10 Guineas an i hey are admirably calculated for being well divided and with Views of the Sea and the Wick low and a fcparatc accels to each from the K taoX At fame time will bcr the Intereft of Merrion having four excellent Rooms on a with a iecond Houfc not quite which detached and let with and Garden to conwining about i for the fame Term ol 98 V lubjedl to a Rent of 6j Guineas a rL Merrion may have one or two rfs Aall be agreed containing held on a different at 10 Guineas a After the above will be immediately fold the Collection of by the moft eminent Maftew j four beautiful Marble on Greca Marble PedcftaU Draw And the fubfequent the Hbufchold Furniture among wluchare two French 8 feet 10 J fcJt 4 inches a great variety of Pier Glades of all di elcgunt French Furniture mounted in Inlaid with a great number tf the flncft Down and Feather Catalogues of the and Handbills of the will be delivered before the Sale Ht and Plans of Frefcati to be feen at the Commercial Buildings 1he Houfc and grounds maybe fccn by Tickets to be had of Great or of the Porter at nftcr July tlifflrent Downpatk Dcrry O 34 SS J4 Vaterford the Weekending July Qait Oatmtal i r 0 Q 0 o f o o 3 0 1 3 0 9 o 3 0 3 0 3 o o 9 o o 7 o 3 0 3 0 3 9 t 5 5 0 J O O P 8 5 o o o o IO Ij o o 9 o 6 o 9 3 7 6 9 o 9 6 9 2 9 9 o o 9 9 44 o o o o o o 8 6 o o o o 9 6 O O 9 9 O O O O O O O O O O O O o o O O o o o o o o O O purfuant to Acl of JOHN MOORE I d 0 O o o o o o o o o O O o o O O o o O O o o 7 8i o o O O o o o o o 16 o o o frfWSHPVWB V cflleCling in the environs of thitf This Corps4sf defined to acl againft the fav waliq of fijiuriiipean It will bfgin its march ina Uwdayi May Anarchy and revolt now reign alnioA all the Provinces of Turkey is Empire feejrns to rapidly In Egypt the Beys haVeScqwired Tuch that they are able r meetH he Grand Vi zier with eqiifjl forces t the Divan has even received within thefe few that that General has been in Europe the drfnger is ftili more imminent while PafsVvan Oglou fe ad with great in Ofman ro cover ih pf the for mer occupies the environs of Adrianople with a numerous which is daily augmented by the inhabitants of that who arecpriflrained to join the to avoid the moft In this ftate of thingvit is eafy to conceivewhat muft be theembarraflfmrnt of the Menaced even in his the Grand Signior has ordered all the difpofable troops to be collected in the utmoft thefe which form an of have begun their march under the orders of i he Capitan Pacha The Divan holds long difeu every changes in ths Mlqifiry have been uch meafures would only en creafe thenumber of the and re inforce the parry of thi A grttr Court has adVifed the Sultan to apply m neighbouring Power for aid to extinguifh the flames of revolt but this propofal has not ben thus the findingirfclf without flill befi tates beeween the facrifice though that I of its almoft inevitable Ruin pfjts whole i 1 Jimt the pf this the whole of the city of Conftaminople wns in the utmoft Intelligence had been received of the irruption of the troops of Oglou into Wallachia j and at the fanie time that lhe rebellious Pacha of had advanced hi troops to it was rumoured that his Wtenuon conjunct uon with fame other to advance againft A fSnlc terror immediately feiaedthe anJ m the amounting in the whole to about among which were five regi ments of ordered tb as fpeedtly as all the avenues to The Capitan Pacha put hirrtfelt at tlv head of thefe Some perfons fpread fi report that on the ift the day on which1 rhe were to receive their payfa formal rebellion would break outv and fhops thac day fhut up by order of and nu merous patroles paraded the Thedrty pafled over without any and tlie alarm greaily when it was known the Janiffarics had received their pay in the of the Grand wiihout ihewing any of The troops of the re beljioos about 5000 in num likewik retired from on the pfoahoftheTurkifti D YC vitl1 certainy hat the rebellious Gtorgi who was falfclv reported to m connexion with Pafsvran has and has wrinen a letter to the Capitan Pa to declare his illingnefs to obey all rhe or ders of the Grand Signior he only jequefls pay ment of arrears due to his which will be The troops under the L an rhl Ul Join ihe expedition againft of the army employed on u the Capitan Pacha will be Commander in The Grand Vrzier has left and arrived at1 He is expected here very July a decree of the fe veral regulations have been adopted the Junes on French Colonial and the following towns are fixed upon to receive viz Hour La Hon Heur the and Antwerp It according to rhe moft recent accounts trom that the piracies of the Barbariahs of thit country have been cirriedou with new vuy they have taken leveral prizes of and among them an EngUih veflel Jhe capture of the Engliih veffel has excited tlie moft Jjolent difputesbetween theRegency and the Eng lllll j theveflel is ftill detained riermine and it isindif commerce flioOld be exerted in ttvttf of thetntasty thfl cightpf injuQice to the MoFher if the commerce of the latter did not provide tUptt is very naturally about to her great fo little feciirity evert for Law of Nations Ambafladors from rcadinefs to qujt Amonk the ci el ii pi following Tent once belo ivas taken at Frehtfii and dered to the K floytot by Col i FeomJthe flw r confldefabiy theiprieeof well as of the wifiterloneinhe1 other materials which Charleroi will alfo as by the carnage is will arrive ih Belgium moderate by moms of this na Burgtmdy iyfne will be trarlfoorfetT with the fame cafe and if a comrSunicaV tion of thefame 1 to eftiebliflied benwjen the Meufe the Junt the thfr var IJ the Republic of theNobility are the Great Cwmcil confifls f UiandJWerehants Arieiv Revolufr lately on the poine of breaking out in the HJand of but The plot was nmely dif and feveoteen of the principal authors of LT i the which vve received L Hjmb9rgh and Dtitch have brought intelligence of no iricortfiderablein tereft find Is obvious to the whole thaf the potver of Turkey JS at jrs laft Upon what provmce can the TflHtiffi Government th lnefSi and S llie part rhe Where ftiall we look for that fortitude of which VgOUr and PromPtitude July commillion of the fec iionof and from the Council of have aUembled at the Cnlul to receive the principal difpofuioivs of the civil code After a conference J fix feveral agreed The whole and a part of be employed in drawing the it is to be nt ihe year not pafs over without our having a civil hall be refultof the f our principal and as good as thde orts of The Princefs of who landed at Calais on the General Lancey and two Maids ot and her is exnefied at Paris Lord and Lady Holland weie at the fitting of the Amere rumour of the ol rebellious made the whole r 7 of reign veffels in readtnefs to Teave ff i j of Paflwan Oglou have attnrded AiiftrwahM Ruliia a prejence for enforcing the fieceifity of occupying Wallachia yer neithe Povvers luppoie that PafTwan has the of invading their But they wilh to pt in European contiguous to own and fo fer berment the confent ofFrance is mcef ary and France will not conlenr wiihout equiva lent In of Turkey ICrC Crlv frilltJill iviurc Uiijcntion sit V between aU the Continental afiair of the Indemnities is likely to create d Ruffia accede ro The hlwever a e on the pomt of taking poffeflfon of the IndemI nmes decreed to without waiting for the to drmvneu A th pla is fiid to fubfift between her and the AuflrSan cTo Piedmont has been definitively annexed to France This was to be expeded the Chief in or aer to juiet the minds of the Piedmontefe informs that the King of Sardinia for the fe cond in renouncing the releafed the ricdrnontefe from the oath of cone nas at length been fubmitted to on of the and j 14IW H i1 r fful will ftee be laid before the two Legislative J A decree has been pafled for increafing ihe pay corporals and ho hlvefervlj and 2Q years in the French Thole have fctved years are to receive an ot one franc renoe1ce a 5 a franc thofe ho have ferjed 20 two They ro wear diftindive on 25 ferviceadmits into the of by every pol ible means endeavours to fecure the fupport and laVOUr tit thf The Bi barv P r l f 7 to have the r and are j ve from the Republic a jignal thaf the Minifters of Religion to preach peace and con and to render the great benefits ol the Qjfpel their zeal and their 1 he moft extrao dinary capture made by the that of a Portuguefe of and 350 This which unexampled in has excited the utmoft degree of cnthu n n Although fome of the circumftances have been already laid Wore the Public the whole intelligence is foim we have not hefuated to itTo ou Readers form fome eftimate of the ae and degraded condition of the Ott when they are that in the afdl whr at n te a where might be fuppofed Uiai the ii hij Lordftip is MpnrtfWl himfelf for the K M the Company have rWr accor to thr of and on whofe re t on wnoiere the financial arrangements will take place in gard to thofe valuable i written home that he prop to embark for Europe in January and Perrte is Sppbintetl Jiis Tfie Colond fBarfe was once a diftineuill charade m the Britifh 3nd certainly j ielfed poxvers calculated to render him cftnfpici ln a popular He knew the s wascommon a paruciilar y exiled in a biting bmgroft fpecieii jarcaftic No man could more aptly a bttter or exprefsit with morecatl ttc knew the force and theextemi his and he managed them with a prmj He chiefly appeared in rhe ranks of he conduded himfelf with gi He left to others the toil of the conteft he always took care to be upon his and fl the fpoils of In other noti originated with gave fuch a 1 and welltimed fupport to all the meafuie of his party that they conGdeted as onets the eHential movements in the political machid Hs had leaft the merit of and cftf tairily that of for when He Inug and comfortable afylura from the turmotliotl political he refigned himfelf tp the en jeymems of private and his colleagues i employ themfelves in the ftruggles of Ambiti Ae CaPrices of The Clerkfliipof the in novvvw js one Of the largeft benefices in the gift of the Minifler it is worth and is a com plete It is faid that many months when it was foppofed theChnel could not many the plnce was offered by Adding1 ton to and it is fuppofed he will nowob tain though entity unfoljrited on his Colonel Barre held the office about fixteen it having been granted to him during the earl part of in order tofaie the country rhe of a which had been previoufly granted to the A finguLir mortality has takm place in the fa rmlyof of near Abuut a fortnight a ffce his was taken and almoft inftHntly expired afevt days her brother and fiffer were attacked vvilh a fimilar and were buried in the lame grave two her brothers to nnd Hicd on their is her life is The perfon known by the name of M de Ver whom our renders muft have remembered about the ffreets of a great number of wearing a wig and a large corked and carrying an died laft week of a can cer in the it a tho1 lhe always n ore a mafculine By found in her it feems lie was the na tural taughier Of Kin of pruffia ancj cnme to England with trels ol the robes to Her It jj underflood lhe was once pofleffion of properry to amrtint of 8 trufting in the hands of a foreign u ho he entirely She has fince fubfified by reaching foreign langua but ifi undrrHood tp have lived very abftemi In her lodgings a number of valuable fuifJ o clothes have been which flie til within thefe few to attend at Court on gnla in the mate never been known in any oilier fince her refidence in this except to her patronefj her external form fuch as to have caufed a fuf picion of ihe real The enfetntk of her fi when decorated in its ufual vvhimficalyr
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