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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 7, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                v ft rtr LOXDON Avgrf AUGUST King has bceri plenfed to appoint Robert to be Envoy and Mi iiiftcr td the Batavian The King has alfo been pleafcd to appoint John Hunter to br His Majeftys ConsulGeneral at AUGUST The Iving has been pleafcd to order a Conge dElirc to pafs the Great empowering the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of to ele5t Brfhop of tliat the fame being void by the Tranflation of the Right Reverend Father in lateBifliop then to the Sec of Afrph and Hit allb been pleafcd by His Royal Sign Manual to recom mend to the faid Dean and Chapter the Reverend Thomas Doctor in to be by them Bi Ihop of the faid Sec of The Kiog has been pleafcd to appoint the Reverend Doclor in one of the Pre of the Collegiate Church of Weft to be Dean of the faid Collegiate Church of void by tbcTnmflation of the Right Reverend Father in late BUhnp of Ro and Dean of the faid Collegiate Church to the Sec of fOSElGN tMs new iCing ef Snrdinia has co firmed all the Minifteri accredited bw Ms predecefTor to Foreign Powers A patty of Pica montefe Emigrants who have made Tome ftay in this are fet be prefented to the who at prefent at and then to return to their They aflert the au thority of intelligence which have received from that the King of Sardinia has formally renounced all his claims to the counwief ami with in favour of the French in cciilideraiion of the indemnities which that Power will procure for They that the Courts of Peterfburgh and Berlin imerefted themTetves in his behalf with the French have concluded with the latter an arrangem in upon that As to the countries which are to bealjotted to him as very1 extra ordinary things are Some fever the greafeft part of the States oCthe new King of Etruriti in hit favour others eredt for him a kingdom at the pence of the Grand and generonfly give him the Morea and theSeven Why fhould rhey whilft they are about for him his tithVof King of Cyprus by giving him the actual pofTelfion of rhofe countries I The more and moderate Content themfeHes with inveliing them with the Duchy of July 20 Imperial Refcript which the Mimflers of Bohfmia and Aufiria received on the has been alfo fern to the Count de Sta dion ut the Colini de Metternich at Dref the Count de Schlick at and the de Buol at The Refcript is in fubftanee as follows HisMajefty was unceafingly occupied with the of terminating the important bufinsfs of the in a manner Conformable to the Ger man Gunftitution Par ties addreflfjptllemtelves in the interim Ruffia and the mediation oY Powers to obtain Indemnities to which they The refult of ihefe fleps that proppfed to open at Pads the preparatory His Imperial Majefty in confequence in the month of full powers and inflrucTions for that purpofe but fhortly after a Convention was concluded without his between France and which thofe two powerscon fined themfelves to the leftt vfying to His Imperial Majefty the defire by which they were that the bufinefs of the In tJrmnuies fhonld and finally arranged onctording to the forms prefcribrd by the Conftitu For this purpofe His Majefty has refolved to convoke without delay at the Depu tation already dsfigrjaterl by a the TJier he has alfo ordered to repair to thai the Baron whom he has anointed his Commiffary with and the Baron de in the quality of Subdelegate of As for the His Imperial MajeRy declares he is difpofed to agree to the legal refult of the operations of the Depuration he has iuftruct cd his that his intention through out was to give a manifeft proof of his defire that the bufinefs in qu eft ion hould be terminated as promptly as and to fatisfaclion of all parties who were to be His Majefly iiopes on his that the States interefted will ab all unconftttutional fieps and violent rm and that before they proceed to the ex ecution of the Plan agreed with the confent of trance and they will wait the legal re fult of the labours of the In the event a contrary thofe States who are ac tuated by moderate will be compelled ro have recourfe to fimilar mealures irom whence cnnfuiion muft infallibly It is worthy of that in a part of His Imperial Majefty to the States to confider the Indemnities to be allotted ihe Grand Duke of and prumifes every facility in which depends upon Tie Bants of tie July 2 ing to private the after haying decided refpedling the be occupied a new organization of that great and numerous The indemnified Princes are about to enter into negotiations amongft for the purpofe of and rendering theit1 teiritories Biore by means of and engage to guarantee the new changes in July day the Pruffian troops dettintd to take polfeffion of the countries devolving to that Stnte as xvill march under the orders of Count de The appointed to organize the Civil Ad min ft radon of thofe proceeded to their dtftinjtion a few TheTurKifh Empire is falling to ruin on every even fafler than was The Grand Signior has no children he remains fhut tip in the iiveiior of the and is never feen but on when he goes to the In his youth he hewed foine fymptoms of a warlike dif but they have long fmce The perfons whom heconfutisare of all others perhaps the leafo ro pdvife Tlie Sultana Valide ha lor a long time poficffed the moft un bounded influence over his and in Con stantinople as as in and many oirwr the influence of women is productive of the greateft When the Ottoman wrmy was ordered to march to if the Sul tan had but pitched hii tent a mufkct Ihot from the walls of the it would have infpired the troops with enthufiafm but he remained fhut and is become an objefl of even in PafFwan w ho might have been iVthe leafi energy had been ulcd againfl is becoming daily more and the ficrft undfrftanding him and the Court of is becoming daily fnore The Auflrian and Ruffian forces ire approaching the frontiers of theTurkifh fm and all its European will probably Undergo the faie of This morniiftjg arrived a French and a Hamburgh The papers received by the former are al mpH occupied with peculations on the ftibjecl of jhtfTurkiih aod the Algerine war but fait if advanced on thefe fubjec The German papers are altogether occupied with the of about which jevety kingdom and to entertain a different opinion as fuiis their own hopes or Hamburghr and the other free Imperial are to form a depanment theCermanic Diet j but are not to have a vote wen n Yeftertiay the Directors of the Bank of England had an interview with the Chance lor of the Exche for the purpofe of reprefeming to that Subfcribers to the late Loan conceived that the plan which was fome months fince of the Commiflioners for liquidating the National Debt making iheir purchafes in the 4 per and 3 Reduced Stocks tended grearly ro de prefs the price of Omnium 5 when the Chancellor of the Exchequer agreed that the future pupchafes of the Cornmiffioners hould in the 3 per and the 3 per On Friday night two teanfports arrived at Portf from ordnance ftores and paf They Teft the ifland on the 27ih of Two tranfports have alfo arrived frbtn with It is reported that the 2000 Neapolitan by the definitive treaty are to ferve as a garrifon for the fevera Maltefe fort redes for one have failed from IixtraSt of a litter from an Officer hoard hiiMajcfty V fliip bound to Botany On the ift of April we arrived at Port Praya in the HlandofSt Jagojon the 5th wecroflecl the Equinoilial with the ufiMl ceremony of and on the jth of May ar rivedatRio where we found a of Portugufe under the Com dore We are all in good The following extract vyill put omr renders in pofleffionof Come particulars the can It is dated June Sic Robert of hisMajefiysfhip Tri of 74 and q have failed for in cojjfequence of tKe Algerines detaining three Englifh pretence of their having ufed falfe Mediterranean or old ones that had been ufed for condemned the veflcls and and fold We expedl Sir Robert will orvly demand nte men from Thci Aigerines lairty fent a ftigatP and two xebecs doivn to the back of the With an intention to take a Portuguefe frigate and line of battle entiling the Gut they onlv met with a frigate within our figh theiwp boarded her and carried her away t ter murdering they will take fome of them Emperor of Morocco demanded from tbe Swediih and American refidtng at Tair to order their cruiferS ropirinit him feriding corn to the part of Tupis which is Caprain the Ameweaa Commander his positive orders not to comply with any fuch in nSnfteteeneeof tWs an fvver to the he has ordered Mr Jaipnes the AmeHcan to juir Kis do and an American frigate hasvfaiied to bring him and his family Re is expeclcd every It is thought from this circumftance that ihe Moors will fend out fmall cruizers the Americans It is faid that a very fpirited fign ed by eightyfive General has within thefe been prefsmecl 40 tlu Firft h is a maflerly piece of andfpeaksihe language of foldiers who fed themfelves In it the Conful is that it is difhonrft and im politic to favour the army which terved in Italy and to prejudice of trie brave troops that conquered in and of thofewho put down the Rebellion in La Neither Maf fena nor fegned this which was becaufe it was It has been re marked that the Cnful has fince that timei more familiar than ufual with theie two difcrttc Yefterday fennight a moft melancholy ftance occurred at fix from About four in the while the greater part of the family were at a broke out in the houfe of a rcfpedable farmer of that There were two of his daughters at theelderV only who had been repofirrg in a end did not awake tillfurroundcd with the One of them flew to the and descended The other ran a different pan of rh and was prevented by the flames in getting back to the window her fitter got out or from going down She ran to the window of another but fhe was oaable to open The neighbours ho coliecled about the houfe defired her 10 break the glafs j fhe did but could not could not force her way There was not a ladder to be and nobody could give her any She the but in At length futtbcaied by the this unhappy pnd pcriflied in the flames The whole of the pre mifci were in cafes where the Empire may be engaged in war as in all waw to be cbnfidered and treated as The prefervation of the commercial and political liberties of which has been fully con firmed by Syndic who has returned thi ther from occafioned j iy in that in his firft interview with ihe is flared to have behaved with uncom mon haughtinefs and term ing Hamburgh a nefl of and the Members of its Government pitiful and pufillanimoiis The Duke of Modena has at length accepted the in compenfation for his loflesjn The ratificationsof the treaties and on the fubjedt of In ere flared to have been All the Ecclefiaftical pofleffions in Germany are the hereditary and exclusive property of the Secular who are to be indemnified by incurred by the countries which are to f rm any part of the muft be paid by the Prince whfl receives them as a Accounts were received in on Saturday from of the Bellona privateer of that port having in the Indian thePorcher Eaft Indiaman the cargo of which is valued It is flared from Bourdeauxi that a Spanifh fri gate has entered laden with pi brfidrsa great quantity of and from A letter from Copenhagen that the Bey of Tripoli has announced to the Swedifli fquadron wh ch is cruifing off that that it they threw A fingle bomb into the he would burn all the that were in The differencesbetween Spain and the Regency of Algiers tme been terminated by a Treaty of Peace and Amify between the two figned on the tcjth of A firnilar treaty was on the ot being Concluded with the Regency Of Letters from Tranfylvania hoftilitics have commenced between the Auftrian troops and thofe of Oglou they gvve no further in formation on rb frbjecl The Vincent Gazette of the 29h Mny We learn with by accounts from Tobago and a great mortaliy prevails in thole particularly among fhippjng j a circumftance favs the Grenqda Gazetin nor only but as there appears no malignant diforder among the The late Duke of and atemion to every one w ih him cealed b it with his his d ab bed requtfied rhit fome memorintof his regard might be diftri bfcted tvmongft his dumeftics and bailiffs at the dif creiion of his The prefent con ftruing thewiihes of his departed brother in as in every other a liberality of in terpretation not eafily to be has given four years to fervant who had Iven in the employment of the family fourteen years to thofe who had been half thai period three years and two years wages to the The Turn thusdiftributed amounts of Englifli horfrs are prohibited in a lieiv to induceincreafed attention to the breed of their Garriagesv with Kke are fubjeiH to a duty equal to hW rhfcir From Bou logne to eight nofl put jto the car and ten the two extra horfes conflhucing the The Ring apdQiifen during their refidence at invited the Duke and Duchefs of Angouleme to with ihem Louis is dangeroufly indvfpofed at War Duke of Berry is Hamburgh from will jiroceerl to to embark for Princ met the moft gracious reception at and was invited to dine wuh Royal General Vyfehas rediiced thcRofsand Crorsjar tv commanded by anc the Regiment ot tlw commanded by Lore at General Don hasreducer the Royal Clanalpin Colonel Murray at the Rothfay and Sir J at and the Argyle Ihire at Between fevcn and eight oclock on Wednefday the appearance of a meteor was obierved coming from the diieclion of and al ternately blazmgout and difappearing in the which were then very non turned out tobe a fire in a tew mi nutes ir was apparently over the Jews Harp pub and its body began to be vifible being at the in at a height not lefs than twice that of It then gradually drising the cattle before which tampered as if feized with fudden mad About 300 yards to the northward of Jamess it lighted on the paling by the roadfide the which feemed to have been oivy being However par tial ue may to fuch ingenious we are not quite clear as to the propriety of fending up this kind of balloon in a populous neighbour During the former fotne liayjlacks were fet on fire by them in the vicinity of The drawing of the Lottery commenced vefter when as firft wat We formerly ncrt fTary reredbout to be taken for fruftritting the defigni oT thofe perfons interefted in the depreciation of public As a preliminary expedient pofe we have to in cpnfe quence of the interview which yefterday took place the Commiflioners for liquidating thi National Debt have received to purchafe from this time in fhe Three inflead of and r only In thePoyr per This we fpeedily to be folio wed by fome others of ilil I greater and according are well calculated tonnfwer the defired The Commercial Treaty is in a ftateOf fiicl that Orm is making ihe riecefTary parmions to leave this in order to place to the new Madame Otto and her children are expeifted to fet out this day for The commercial infercowrfe between this cf and France to become very belorethe ratification of the Treaty novy the We are happy to that on Saturday I feveral large Shipments of Eafl India were made in the river for France and Holland By a recent and wife regulation at the none but prime ieamen ara received on boardbur7 and other thips in commiflion fo on any national there will befotrnd in each of thefe crews able feamen fufficieni to mab a fhip of the u A paper publifned at mentions that flionly after the debaj kation of the French at fent an inji menfe quantity of under an efcorj picked into the interior of the he eaufed a hole to be dag and in it r and on main body of the he inftantly ordered the be ro prevent a difcovery t A private letter from Hamburgh affertrfpthat the Ratification of a new Twitytjf tween Pruflia and lath infK The of this is not confined to the bufinefs of rbbfcu embraces many changes which are hereafter effevjled in the political Hate of and more immediately in ihe North and Eaft of By accounts from of it appears that a dreadful ftorraof hail and occurred at Lawis j all the article in the fields and Upwards of with many which pro duced chefnutsaud were rooted from ihe Moft of the houfes were The ftorm extended to rhe Italian where damage it octfafipned is T Pitts henhh is that he hasr now fcarcely flrength to mount re fides chiefly at his brothers in Bets of ten to one were on Thuxfday offered ac the that Sir FrancisBurdetthad ed moee money for return to Reprefentatloe for thanBonaparte oh his eledionof Conful for life I A fewdaysago a liquormerchant fet off for Carmarthen in high to give his Friend a but at Gloucefter he unluckily ftept into a wrong and did not dilcover his mirtake till he arrived in London 1 The average pried of Sugar in Great computed from the returns made for the weekend ing the 28th day of is per exclufive of the duty of cuftorris paid or pay able thereou on the importation thereof into Great By a late regulation of the Cuflonrts and rhe limits for capturing fmuggling vefiels de with contraband extended to eight leagues from the neareft head infiead of the old limits prefctibed in jygjfc whichwere only four leagues this will give a great advantage to ike cruizers and revenue veflele in the At the Summer Aflizes at there were only nine prifonerSOn the crown fide one ofwhjm was capitaHy J for a bur glary in ihe houfe of Kirby of There were fome interefling trials on the pleas fide Major Brown brought an againft a farmer at to him of his for a breach of The drfendnm rented his farm on the exprefs condition that he fliould conflantly keep and fold 80 fheep upon The breach of contracl was but the defendant pleaded that he had provided excel lent manure in lieu of the advantages refulung from the feeding of catiler he aflerjed the flatement in the declaration was apretext to turn him out of the The after a long don returned a verdict for the ob that the Law compelled them to find fiiclic yi lias taken place at Roye in the department of the Somrre vn of fo horrid a that it can only be compared to tne lous of In the beginning of a confirming of a andl two were all1 found to be ex cept the a young man of The youngefl aged died The lives of the and the two it was would alfo be though antidotes were rnflantly adminiftered to The fituation of the mother was equally The Ion had refufed to eat any of the oup which had produced thofe fatal and the mother declared that no ft ranger whaiever had entered the houfe while the victuals was He was therefore fufpeMed of hav ing committed this The young man wiflied to marrya girl who was with child by and theoppofition he experienced from his it is had induced him to perpetrate this ihock ing He is arrefted and imprifoned in the gaol of The parental affection ot the father was that in the midft of agonies he refifled the arreft of his nnd ufed every endeavour to exculpate The foup be ing examined by was toundio coataia quaniity of   

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