Dublin Journal, August 5, 1802

Dublin Journal

August 05, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 5, 1802, Dublin, Dublin Rati Igrtgth the cloud fpreid ie great buGneft of the Indemnities is dif The Emperor has convoked the Extra ordinary Deputation of the by a Decree addreffed to the States U wiUaflem ble at The Baron de Hugel will of Imperial CornrniflTary Sceriint will attend of iand de Norwann at Minifter of The other are to rriakV part of are not yet tfift this ftep of the Court wUl the Counties allotted as mdemmtieiS to fair which the Troops of thpfe Powers are already in motion July given diretfU ons for the alTernbling pf the Body pn the ad of ihe neceffity of granting a political authorise fheJraifirig a w ilhei to negbcizMtt alt to COITJ the enjagements it entered into by the laft Kfo Loan Ifbf 4 Forftlgh can and two ccuftpaniei of teer difrilOunte4l dbgoocsot regitnenf under Captain Robert confifting of tnrtfe batta iiitft the flaiik companies of 2d battalion Ot thj two companiesof the zdbateSnpn nFthe 15th Native a quarter before four oclockxrjbe trpwps wtfre ordered to in half an hour were completely matters of the place the rebels having quitted the and re treatedto their Wnerei fome time individually defended thernielves moft of them verer and of whj but if the honour of the that eyery woman and child vvas humanely lwo6f nndnbnfebf fatter having even from accidental JThe revived by LieutehantColjjiiel i Money penny deprived me of fiis valuable on theprefenr his pticV of Lifter from Jtly 20 out Dutch are thVfcvere are laws but sis they areufeful Votf abte tetter to nbt comproroik the tranquillity of rcflcd and fent him to Fraricc vhcre he mufl render an account of bis conduct to ihi French In another letter addrVifftdvit Gji tizen he loads General Chriftophe with invtcl and com plains that General Dfffalines had ahanaorfBd lions Lad fcnVonepf to to engage to break good declared it relied Ifouchpji tors who fnthftitrtfruntainsy to The CukiwtOiraiarc nat akthiofe lead In of tional quifd every evciy Mapagcfor xvha flialr be found affcmWcd hall rbe ijnmcdi atcly order it to be Jikrmcd forfiavmg been tarjjy in Brunct wll prftef A The Chftf of tfiisj i Etat Majbf viriti and port up the prsfcrtt with the JLtttq of General circulate in throughoutthc Army and Copy Yoii fcndme no Remain at the Cape GeneVal Lcclerc rcniaim ftill in iafbrming me relative tothat i for the As to whiahwernuft have as cannot be tent till they haycpaffed the to know the point Avjiere be placed in If you Chief be tell him that the will no longer obey JThcy wUh to la iytch the Manager ought not to Try gain foine perfon near the General in Chief in order to render free rhe will be very toimcjjy as to news and Tell OcngembTc tUt he muft not quit Le where the Cultivators tjnuft nqt Direct to the TQWSSA1NT colhted with the The DivifionfChicfof the Etat Major of the Signed of National Pr that it advanragesv part ofrthe plart lorne been talked of eftdblifhhii a called Le Conttnrffion fa Liquidation and uniecthrdireclion refpedt moft ably filled by LieutenantColonel Davis arid difficult Wdifcrrminare where all liavtbehav manner fo to fuch fo much to my ipiitire I feel it mjr duty to point out to LieuteriBntCwloilel Mdney LieutefiantC Jnnel Davis CMfditlkdapt and whofc zeal havje amparuculrttfymdtbtitdis 4 Ujdue ro rny ing the is difficult penetrate into nothing than wbtit relates to thisdelicate it appear bu t q Ki rtt who jtnitttt thar rit Jeft no ways worthy e ludicrous turn It The i was returning from a been to when Red at ftiled he quatrelled with lllSthe grain he and was at la ft fo imprudent iditant fplace within this prifon veyed out of crime rhey it niuft that havebeen1 replaced equally that ilbett was1 mjnme examination of fpirfted intention pj ed btiift Potail or of that was1 never fefs fecitre rticfirierit r of the jfeteliites cf rian cruelt anil ihi rian anil ihi rjgour rand at in thtoTatne for General Servan and GerteWt ointed to the Wr India the e n will near ijfi of tlie LXUverture was in tlw iPertain that he had not arrived there qnv MrTKerrible is andja conflam he will irnptovejjieijt Np to The ne experiences fVom ftile of Ketnblei thofexvlifch are axcitedby the ranYahd verus fctUKi received on the Parifian it ovej1 the wojitdsrioi o more rhan any they twere met be e did not jikj Jayeffion arofe from his being m4ny more7olifervatiohs equal 1 On WetfnpfHay an temp ton his and who taken fiifpidon of firnilar t ft f Of bpuntififl t they have given ydu ftap 1 1 V i ri jate o but the the their efcape from Bethlem HofpitaK wounded Rebels after this event we had immediate but re of have been perchitted to framed from giving it to the a Camp at V The fallowing LwterJ from4 MajorGeneral comraanding IhcVporces in the ceddd to Government of has juft been via 79 JOHN Chief Secretary to the faijsfaclion in for tht of the Right Qovernor in the following particulars relative to the which have happily terminated lii ihe fall of the and The French Official Journal contains t ditional difpatches in he HeW him of haying planiied A new proof are produced fome of hi to his theft bs or we cannot Cerraiji it TbufTain was a dangerous inmatecif of detection be All his former even ChriftopFie and tire turned Kings evidence againft ftriv ijig wholhall hlrh wder to epnfelves the Frenili al troops by laft night apprehended at and are now intention was to have gone but the H money rjrem from procuring a Upon their examina tion it was evident that the inge nuity of tiiefe jin eJFediing their pioved there much method in their rhadnefs They partitions folid fprmcdpicklpck keys by fawing per feiJl ones intofketeton contrived to get ont of oftheir and ofterwardi twatl by a IntheiF j i his HadfiekJ affeded dthif recapture faid have lately committed an of t ii f tj i1 after zoih I detached and Deputy CwtimiJTmry to to prepare fuch heavy guns as the place vOn a mi nme iron one iron and one brafs were found fit fbrpurpur By the ftreriuous exertions of the thele guns were brgught down from the and 250 round pfammunitipn for carriages and the articles to keep them in were got rWdy and ihisTupply ihelVlajor party arrived ifrcarnp on the 26 Pafcines and gabions been made here and in tfierilght of the a battery for ik againft the of the lower was con llnuHed by of the for againft the EaR face of the lort by of His Majef tvs yjd The guns were alfo got into and a quarter pail fix ocKxrk yetterday both opened with the bsft pdffible wurfeof the the fire of battery a breavh in the flower and at opened thtrface of the citadel ivHile mriff a brevh in the curtain fufficiemly wide for a coma to enter Thefy defirable objeai ing the line turned out at half paft itiree In the the farming paniei tvere formed in the for the under Da fecontkd by Major confifting of the which willprobably occafion explanation with the of Some safes which were parti cular of the French Academy at and hipped VefTel that touched at Genon the people pdwer there ordered the cafes to be un der the pretext of their containing contra band goods their orders were the cafes and the articles they contained A from Captain of the Ship Gat belonging to bound on a voyage from Newfoundland to to Benjamin and fays On the 14th of June on my paflage in the in long I fell in with the of a American about feventy tons bur but her bowfjprU landing t the water over her decks not rope or any other thing on her but an anchor without a It being t fentia boat with four hands to exa mine in ftriving to get f mething out of the through found a humftn body much and part a wjth an Englim officers ftiort regimental epaulette and the copies of fome letters from and fillers of Captain George of the fixth India dated in the year froiin Dranftreet in Hit fathers name is Daniel and I believe is in Tthe Horfe I have been on her pnflage from Weft as her cargo was chiefly cottonvforne of which was work ing through her The we has necure Clerk of the Pells to eldeft of about fixteen yeatsof He fworn in nt Kxchequcn on Tuefday lafh It is underftpod that Pitt not have accepted had it been offered ta to he traflfpoirted any wherts out of the but npt to be He obferved he had avoided approacKing in for fear of giving ftefti fujtpicionS we refled Margaret Nicholson who was confined in this Hpiphal for fimtfer able to effecl htr efcape j Arecarinor forbear to warn the jhat in cllanger of giving occa fion to a great national to put them tipon their prevent cidents of fupk a It appearsby letter lately received From Bom thaVlhofrtly aftej the Ihip Fa AUum off Cape tjie fecoiid and oil die off in raft the fecond officer found the body of Lieutenant and buried it iri the Thofewho got on fnore Uept W thenumber of hi the morning the natives came dowr confifting of about At this time the were and of himfelfout as a and when he marched the beacti hrorhad only 13Europeans with him on thebeach all of them and the was not to The natives came down in and ftripped themall nakedj they ihen killed a Swifs of the Mcuron The day after the Captain and all and puftjtd down in a deep valley heqever favy them but heard they all perifhed for want of On the 4th of March Kin met with an old who gave him fome ca mels and carried him to an He here gqve an account he left the two men fearch but returned without fuo with an account that feyen Europeans were found On the ijth Kings fpn came to and fild that hitJa iher would beglad to fee and that he lived a day or twos march from Cape and pro tnifed to get Kinfey a paflage to Arabia when ihe fea fet The Ihip Fez Atum on board at the time ih went on fhore one three one fix andfeveniy belonging to the and one fortynine Europeans belonging to his end the Companys the Jnhdbwarftrof iiir hefets forth the k he the folly 6fytjenit frw kind intetitionsoftns Mother Country i the addrefles himfelf to the mother counttjr on their liberty as them their fubrhiflloh fuch a flia3l ftvll hewajris them thetnotl murt from its being uithouY In a fubfcquent addrefsto the h L as the anfty was the plantatio ih tkofe bands which ftill As thefe proclamations prior difpatchea of General o important as Official and as promifesheld out by the Freflch Gene cafe to fljofe who Ihoald fubmit to After the late the French which newal of Slavery in the and after tie ate eonducl of General Lieclere to after a liiijle Jinejje is reckoned on a politicians chatatfler and peihaps fuch a trifle as a breach of faith with is not looked upon as a circumflancc capable of affeding the honour of the Grcat A number of perfbns formed themferves into a So ciety under an to purchafe a fnwll piecft of whereon to ereol a Mill for grinding Goto the pufpofe of fupplyiug lite wirh jBread and at their own houfes at prime coft j in Confequence of which a piece of ground Was fohlenme after found ftitable for and QQ day not before an agreement was entered intq between the owner of the which is confiderably lefs tbn a quarter of an and a part of that the owner on being a curity being given to his fatisfaclion for payment of convey the premifes to certain perfons on the part of the In confluence on the ijth of thb Society was fuffered tp Mill not yet com nor has any profit ever been derived from nor hag conveyance yet been we that between three and four hundred perfons been in pofTeflion twelve calendar and that they have Freeholds in ir of the clear annual value of Forty and have voted for Sir Francis and molt of them for it by private agreement between tha is to be into one thoufaad and two at two guineas and every Sharer claims a right of voting for the county of Mid Their claim was objected bat votes were admitted by the ;