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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 3, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                FOREIGN ttET OP Pretlwrglj May is Imperial Majenjj Write to the mid rnade thtt following fpeech It ufclcfs to bring to our what is Vnowtt to cvcrv One ignorant that tHe fifft years of our frrign of confecrated to the maintenance of A true rfiat all Hir which U would been plcafadt to have the tranquillity of tothe prorperity of our were abforbed by the of preferring untoflched the and OF guaranteeing agninft inevitable difiblution the ties whick attach io imny faithful people to our ft is on this account that the which we convoked have not and could not any Hun that Of deliberating upon the means of removing the and of defending the dignity of the In we have not only been afCdcd by your coun but have experienced the efficacy of your fuc For when the war permitted the enemy to penetrate two diflerent times into our hereditary fUtei of you fpared no cxpcnce to with m an army always always fit for military and breathing nothing but dangers and has never under the condmft hnd example of our dearly beloved the Duke tofaerifice itfetf for us and for the The recofleaion of that generous devotion fliall never leave our and we ftiali remember with Itfs that not merely but all of infpircd with the mofl ardent love for and for the have not only been content to grant fubfidies in and iinpofed by the but by a free and fpontancout you have gone fo far as even to Sacrifice all the tneans in your power to the notwithftanding the cares which the war we have not ccafcd to ai far as drcumftances would to t h internal hap piners our States owe it to truth to that the perfons whom yoo chofe to labour with us have wor and according to our royal fulfilled the taflc impofed upon meditating and propofmg every thing that could tend to maintain arid promote the public Now that we are freed from the cares of our paternal although claimed by all the parts of Che public in preference be towards the means of confirming our external fe that fecurity which is the bafis 0f all civil eiiftence the recent dangers of war hare it is Jrtipoft Able to enjoy its hldlingi when they are not fafe from the Jncurfions of a foreign This fecurity is never folnlly but by hold ing in coriftaiitftadtncfs the means ncccflary for its And thefe means thcnifelves arc never acquired but by ef forts and in this confidence that we make known to you our Royal anil the wi flics which we deem falu to the public We have no doubt but according to the fenti which are well known to and which animate the heart of our dear tad that of all the you will make it a to deliberate with that gravity which fuits the im of the and with that celerity which will that every thing wlikh fliall more particularly delate to the internal prosperity of the late may be with For our own we have and never hall have any thing fo much at heart as to as we are in duty Jioundto to cftablilli on a bafe of incrcafing to tranfniit uninjured to our the mainte jiaiieef the and the of the kingdom of pf this which we have always looked at one of our firmed as much on account the numerous advantages which draw from its on account of thcLtiOble fentiments and military ardour which animate its an mig as we are of the attachment of all Orders of the and anticipating the glory and rcmembranorof poftertty fall to our we that you all and each of you in afiured of our imperial and 4rojl This fpeech was followed by one of the Arch xlwke with pmteftations of attachment in the the The Emperor having the Archduke by the Prbthonoiary of the king the proportions to be deliberated upon by the1 The propositions are as follow To pmyide that the regular militia of the tungdom of Hungary be at all times To increale the price of as the ordinary revenues of two millions of flo rins are not fufficiem to anfwer the expences of the The fates having deliberated upon the propofi tions of upon proof of the jprelent ftate of the Hungarian to pay the precifeTurn required in in coiifide rution of a free exportation of its productions be ing granted only for the Heredi tary but every foreign country The jlnfwer of the communicated by the ftated that the number of troops fhould be according to the capitulation of 1790 and to bs rat fed by two millions of florins were neceffary far prefent mufjtconfuit with the dates before he could grant toe demand with jfefpecl to trade in its full This anfwer it was finally that the number of troops to complete the Hiingarihti army fhnijpid be granted until the next operation of railing thein to in pro portion ip the population ortd Ihoutd circumfian ces require a the point to be fettled with the Rotes m a Diet convened for the This plan cfimmnincnted to the Archduke he in a moments after announcedhis Jfent to STATE OF July exjjerience all the of rebellion and military Twenty tltoufand under the orders of Hake were churned to protecM Rbmelia from the hands of robbers defolated the and from enierprifes of Guirgi whom the Sublime has declared a and deprived of his dignities but Hake inftead of keeping the field with his left them at Adrianople in ad neglected to pay though he had received Urge fums for that gurpcT towni fpuit of infubordination in the Albanian they learnt that ttake Pacha was placed in his Government by Onjor they pe netrated by force into the Palace of the difgraced frorh after having feiittKclr pay in a courfe1 of pay ment Is corhplettuihis evsi Scarcely had Be been invefted vVitK the QovernraeMr when hewas ufee fiis bre and three who remained at not relying any longer upon the pay ment which Omer Pacha poffeffion iHecity with but were retire by the indignation of the inhabitants who took up and by the adopted by the brave Fe relifAchmet the removal of the Albanians cannot enfure the fafety of They have annonnced that they will not releafe Omersfon tillthey have received Kheir and the al ready ineffectually Up his treafures without being able to complete the ran fom of his The country round Adrianople is now at the mercy of this garrifon revenge themfelves upon the fcafttred and for the dtrappointment they experienced themfelves in their drfigns upon the They communicate their fpirit of reroU to the cher Albanian to whom the defence of rtoWfelifl had been en and in the mtdft of fhefe ftdiiinus move the party of the rebel Guirgi Pachaen creafes I This chief is only feven leagues from it is faid he has 8000 Albanian8 with under pretence of of pay being due to have formed the plan of attacking this if we do not ranfom it contribution of 8000 The bands of robbers aflemble is putting irfelfjn a ftate of de fence j aid the inhabitants are tefolved upon a vi gorous But if the country be if the communications be cut if ihe Porte cannot adopt efficacious meafures for our protellidiy no rely upon the fidelity and discipline of fhe to whom our defence is it is difficult for us to look to the future without the deepeft affiic tion Cmjlantinoptty May Porte appends to be much alarmed at the occupation of Georgia by the and the war which they are main taining agarnft Jvne is nowknown for that the Rebel Pacha GiurgiOfman has to the Captain expreffing his cdntrkion for and fubmitung himfclf rb rhe Grand He has Hhnt money fhould be fent to him to pay his which has been Ht5 will join the Army of the Captain who is to march againfl PaflT wan The Grand Vizier has quitted Egypt he has arrived at in and isexpecled immediately in We learn from the frontiers of that Adrianople is in the power of the rebels of Rome and hat Janiflaries have been aflembled in hafle at Conftantinople to oppofe their further It is that thefe troops coitimiticd at Conftannnople the and that every meafure was in confeqtience atiopted Cfeleratc their July CommifTary of cial Relations of the redding nt has announced that he has been informed by a dilpatch from the Secretary of State of his that the Bank of is re eftablifhed on its ancient and conformable to the mode of its primitive We learn from the frontiers of that a nu merous army is aflembled probably for the purpofeof reeftablifliing tranqdillity in Ptrift July already hewn in one of our late the abfurdity of thofe reports which Were raifed to Judges and Public We muft now call upon the to diftruH thofe refpecling a pretended Treaty of Commerce between France and The facility with which they take the alarm on fuch important no cre dit to Ate they not aware that the teftoration of our JManufadturet to and it the conftant objecl of the care and thoughts of and that h Will never forget that the grandeur of the French name can be only the refult of good colonial and the profperity of our mauufaclures Let the Manufadurcr therefore not be difquiet If the Nation is great and if ihe Army is brave and well the principal advantage which the Government can draw thofe is to aflitre to the as well within as fecurity profperity fuy we are to believe the German yefterday was the day for Carrying into execution ihe Treaty of and for concluding the btilinefs of the Yelterday the Prufiiaa troops ftntioned in the Mar gravwte of Anfpach and Bareuth were to march to take poffeflipn ofthe States in the neighbourhood of July Leftert from our Weft Indian arrived within thefe few it appears that feveral movements havebeen remarked amongft the Negroes in different The of the proprietors and managers of thofe prevented the nralecanients from fucceeding in their criminal Several perfbns of Colour have who were in confequence of the equivocal commu nications which they had had with the Negroes thefe individuals are It is hoped that the vigilance of the Chief Officer of Admimftration in our Colonies will prevent the occurrence ofthofe levied contributions upon all the j difafters of which the neighbouring Coloniel have was of his This cpndudi roufed tho I been the 1 C v 1 ill J property and pillaged his treafure and hit to preferve Adrianople from thefts nels of vioencewinch the vvhenit will There have been embarked on board feveral tranfport veflels deftinsd for the Weft a con fiderable quantity of artillery and and various other articles neceflary for the equipment and reparation of We hear no more of the departure of the French but know folf Trom Admiral De who ph trjp Barbary announce that he all t wwiitWAWM fents decried for theAfrican feelslirhoviiive tef tifiefl a defire of renewing their apclent Commer cial relation with this and of making toprevent any complaint on the jjie The Squa will flay forne time at following is the refult of theintelligence the bufmefs of the Inditrnhities VVe are aflured that it ftipulaicd in thelaft Article dfche Convention figned at Paris onhe 4th the Cohnt De and ihe Marquis Luc for the purpofe of regulating the Indem nities of the Hereditary PVihcea ol the Empire that the Convention fhould within forty days from the day of its and the Ratifications exchanged on or before the I4ih of After the exchange the the occupation of the fecuiarized States allotted as was to take place without Tofs of according jo the fame even if Auflmdid not accede to the It js hot her the ex change of the and the acceflion of the purt of nave taken place but there port of the German Minifters at refpecling this is with the greateft impa July Courier arrived here on the from the Marquis de Lucchefmi at The contents of his difpatches are not but is believed they relate to the bufmefs of the In which at length approaches to a conclu It is pretty certain that alt the great Powers are agreed on this important The troops deflined 10 tke pofieflion of the Countries which are to be annexed to the Pruffian it is march this week for that The Saab of the Mdnt Let rtrs from Berlin of the loth announce hat a Negotiation is going on between on the one and de Rheden and the Baron dQmpteda the refpetfingaa exchange of a part of the Prafibn Jot certain pof feffions in After feveral the Baron has fet off to cbnfult the Hano verian Miniftry relative to a proportion it is has been made by the Court of it very wlie ttrer This Negotiation will have the defired July 15 the Government continue to feconrt the exertions of Dora and the Commandant of the Royal Lifcori will thegreateft and will have the beft Policein Already the uuereft of the Fidalgos be gins co give way to that of the and foreign ers who quitted the country fix months woaJd fcafcely recognize the Madame Lafiies has been delivered of a on which occafion the of Brazil fent his Por trait to General hi a gold en riched with eftimated at Croi fufil and a pair of piftols of the richeft with for the and pow der in a fupetb The Navigation to the North is ftHI interrupted by contrary Some veffels have returned to to take in previfions and after having fcfc ill Journals z6th reached ui this The Mtfnueur of that date contains adit article which we aVe at a loft reconcile to the conduct of the French ttervlng fent an Agenr to this Country tb Commer cial The article we allude will be found under the Paris fcpon this fubjecl we are unwilling to upon the moft certain but we cannot help that fome difficulty may have arifentiithe of the to induce the French Government probably throws out1 the hint that no Commercial Arrangement W jit take To the and to the fjhrrhnefs of our we truft for that may pveferve and as the fatoe time for the dignity andlpirit will eafure the maintenance of every juft The prevalent troubles the Turkifh according to a paper of y tf given rife to a deputation from the Levant wiiha view of afcertajning how far their commercial fpe culations might be The principal ofcrjefl of inquiry afccrtain whether ft might be expedient to remove any parr of me Engtiftv pro perty from that The anfwer of Lord Hawkefbury is ftated to be of the moft He afTured the that no apprew henfion was entertained of the fafety of property in the Turkifti No additional force he conceived to be neceffsry for the protec tion of our His Lordlhip further that Minifters had no reafon to apprehend any at tempt to violate the integrity of the Turluih Em from any of the con clufion of any Treatjr peculiarly favourable to and mpre particularly any Convention by which France yyas w enjoy the free npvuation of the Black he at the fame time takes occafion to that if any of this fort fhould be no privilege would be granted to the French trader which His Majef tyi fubjecls would not equally We think it right to put our readers in pofleffiori of this ft we cannot help obferv that it appears entitled to very Admitting that out Minifters may have received formal affitrances that no movement for the dif memberment of the Torkifh Empire is in contem is it poflible for any man of to fruit his eyes events which are daily taking place in Turkey if he contemplates thefe events with is it pofliWe for him to fup pofe that the leading powers of the Continent can long refrain from a prey which is at once fi eafy and fb The interview between the Emperor of Ruflia and the King of Pruflia at Memel is to be according to the German by another vfcv of ho left MtjeBy and at inclined to attach credit been known for fome tjme that the Chief intended to vifii the Bejgifc and Thediftance fror trt The Xeldorff ir which occafioned the interview at JM definitive arrangement of tfie fate of at Convention figned at P wrw the Marquis de and C ftipulated that the tresryftould be fied in 40 and the r4tificaihosDeiiicKM ar thelatelt on the 14h ratification was the Pruflian troaps were ordered felvcs in to march dai terms of the treaty the occupymg of ti ed ftatej is to take place tho Auftria fhould not acceded to by no means fwisfied t plan agreed upon between has hiiherto her tefufal will be of no avauK Tht jftstavl troops havealready begun their march I fefBon of the lerriiorurs which indemnities to the Derois corps is on w An account received dated the 16th LieutenantOlovel with t detachment of hts failed from Goa fn the Portuguefe frigate failed from hence yeflerfay on v We are forry to ftate she iofsofrhe Ihipp Allum fhe ftruck off Orfoy on the th of and fhortly after went to Mr ihe Chief was uj brought after havicg been two rnonf1 almoft ftarved to Wean concerned to that the and almoft all the were or put to death by afew gettiog fhore from the The only MiKtary Offictr on board the Allum was Majeflyli 8oth He was unfortunately drowned in to get on Oh Sunday as tBe Lancaffer and verpool coach was going over on its road from to about one by fome meaps op the offhorfe hind gave a and the coachman in endea vouring to hold it one of the fore oa the pavement on the fide of the whtcb occafioned the coaph tojrun oh a and imine diaiely overturned it the outfide paflengers nine m number wtre thrown into the from the top of the coachJa the furface fourteen yards fortunately no lives were except one who had his head frac but he is in ft fair way of i Fortu at the the other two coaches were in faw ihe accidewv immsdiarely to their k a8 a queflbn of the firfl impor as to the right of vyas for feveral hours before the Sheriffs at The queliion Whether tenants in common entitled to vote andit arofe out of the claim off number of perCbns pofTefltng property in a piece of upon which mills had been lately creel as Counfet Sir Francii adduced a variety of argumencs to efh blifh the affirmative of this propofifiom thorpe and Sylvefter fpoke on the other The point decided n favour of the in In confequence of this deci weunderftand that Sir Francis Burden gained not lefs than Votes by on the following he was declared duly elecled a Member for the County of Somany gentlemen of cojifidetation have difappointed in thefr that there is at pre fent H great difficulty jn providing for thofe whofe fituations renders a leat in oa account of public After he fepfe of years fome formation has reached Europe with refpecl to tiff j fate of the French Navigator readers may recollecl that he failed on a voyage of 1 dircoyery with two and that aftet ptf forming part of hb he touched at Botany From the period of his failing from j South Wa no account was ever received from A veiTel was fent from France under the command of in fearch of blif tne frarch was At length American which had traverfed the South Sea brought to tne Mauritius in February lift Tome which givts ftrength to the con1 jedures that have been formed of then having been maflacred with all We refer our readers the following exrracled from the Moniteur of Sunday laft Extvadbfrom a Journal entitled the Nouveilifte des dc France and deLa Reumoir v Captain Commander of the Ame rican Ship thjie arrived from that he learnt in his voyage to the South at the Sandwich and on Nortn Weft that before the Revolution of FranteV without be ing abte io determme precifely the it veflel from Breft in me month of anchored in Bay of a Bay which is in degrees 13 minutes oppofite A in the Iflapd called Queen Charlottes M That veiTel havnig a great quantity of was attacked by the lfhmders who got OB board at the moment rhe erew were employed in reefing the fails that they maflacred the xyho was on the arid the with I the exception of a young whofe fcie is It is that Iflandets deftroyed after having unloaded It is to be pre fumed that this veflel is La or 1   

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