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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 10, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                V FOXEIOX July the nnvat ih Kobrls from Wal lachia h s proved ro b rherls a as they agnin made their and even commirieJ in the frontiers on this but were re jmUed by Mie Auflrian of the regiment or Splenyi afier a fn rt On complaint being made toPatfwan of this violnion of the AaflrMn he returned for that all the troops who gave themfelves out for were not his and thofe who committed any ra vages on the Auflrian were banditti anil and fhould bs as fuch Orxers in the mean been fent to feveral Auf trian regiments on the Turkifh to h ld themfelves in readinefs to According to fome accounts the brother of the late Hbfpodar ofMoldav P ince lias been murdered by the and Bwchareft taken pofleffionof by the troops if Pafwan Oglou the letter wants c July who lias returned to obedience to the his been promoted tn be a Pacha of Three and has received the Government The dpofed Hofpodarof Mi chael carried away with him bur it is nor probable that he will be able 10 enjoy them in His creditors have already or retted hm in He is faid to hiye been only felicitous to make hisefcapein time from Buchareft with h s The Captain Pacha has advanced with a con fiderable which daily receives reinforcements He has fixed his headquarters at PafTvan Oglou has again made offers of accom PRIVATE July ariftocratic circles have recommenced their and the for fome here o the warlike The fol lowing are the reafons on which this opinion is an opinion which ofcourfe is neither yours tor for nothing is contrary to both our Thefe Meflieurs pretend that the funds are that the troubles in Turkey are fo mented by fome who wifh to obtain Ac Crding to thefe perf there are many French in PaflYvan Oglous many French in the army of the and many among the promoters of the troubles ihat ihafce the Porte to its General is going to Thefe pertons afTert he is really going to the They men are to be fent to Pon the Mauritius that the 50 Ynilliortsdtie for prifoners are not paid that the Xingof Pruflia upon his return from ad tnittcd the French Princes and Princtfies to his ta and treated them in a manner to induce a per 1 nation that tlvnrcaufeis not On the zSth mruf Thermidor were deported j8 fome to the Ifleof others to the of and the reft to The the Ami du is among the AUGUST Our aft letters from Paris are full Of warlike which are circulated in many circles if that They are founded chiefly upon the of Turkey they talk of an expedition to he under General Murat of troops oh the point of being fent to Pondicherry and theMauri tius and of the diftinguilhed reception given by the King of Prujlift to the Members of the Bour bon Family at War fa As far as thefi relate to we are inclined to treat them with attention tlmt Power is at its laft It is equally and will not much longer fulfer the European Provinces of Turkey to lie under the dominion of the rebellious In fubfeqijent our readers will find a View of the Politics of which we have exrraded from a ilemioffiaal French It dwells with plealure iipon the plan of dilmembering a plan formed long ago as the Pontificate of Leo the but much more eafy m the execution thjjn it was The votes upon the ConfuUhip fur life having been received from all the the fecond and third Confttls have fern a mcflage to the after alluding to the condud of the the LegilLitive the and the Firft they inform the that they have ordered the Minifter of the Interior to deliver to them the and invite them to fuch meafures as fhall appear to them to be inoft proper for afcerrainihg the With to khe power of the fucceifbr to the Chief Con u I flu the meflage is pe fecllv But we have not the lentt doubr that fuoh a power will at no diffont period be conferred ljcn Well indeed may we itan Thou haft it The Kletfor of Mentz is His deceafe is n moft frafonablevent for the Powers concerned in ih The Martha from ar rived at on th zili il Cape Antonio by diflnntalmolt 28 an arrned fchooner tlieCap faiu of hich fpoke good andafked them i 51 they knew of the diilurbaiice betueen General Qiowles and the Spaniards he tVmn hauled down Spanifli and hoifted a red i with an Indian Enfign at the and frid he had n Bowles mcruize againft the Spaniards that he had taken one fhipy and got I her fafe into port he then made and ftood lor Cape Sir John Borlafe Warren leaves London towards jthe beginning of on his Embaffy to waits to fee the nuptials of his fy who is going to be married to Captain iSedley of the Garlick is to be Jtary to his Liftuhs appointment is in the ui the arrival of the BUM via n MmiHr is not ected ivll the end of when his Majefty wif return as i is ufcal to deliver credentials but nt ihe C i c Tie fame raafon retards General A ndreoffis and Lord Whitworths Mr Frere mil bf rew drid 5 le ucceeded at Lifbon by Lord Fitz Mr JicUfon is going Envoy Extraordinary and Minifler Plenipotentiary to with Rol Henry Weliefley having refigned the office of Member of ihe il of the College of Fott and he George Hi brio having refigned the office of Member of the of the College of Fort and of Profeffor of the laws regulaiions of theBritifh Government in his Excellency the Governor General has been to make the following appoinments in thCliege of Fort William The Barlow to be acting Vifitorof the Clrge of Fort during the abfente of the GovernorGeneral from the Prefidency and to be Members of the Council of the College of Fort Willhm Co ebrf eke ro be Profeffor ofihc Hindoo and of the Sanlcnt Language Harrington V be Profeffir the Laws and Re gulations of the Britifh Government in lately recpivnd Irnrn informs that LieutenantColonel Oliver has been appointed to the dinrge of the civile Adminiflration of the Civil and Military Power of ihe Molucca Colonel Oliver proceeded in the Companys fhip True which i h the Prinrefs Captain and live and Mary put into but the i6ih of December for A letter from the contains the follow ing account of the inflallatiun of the Na bob Azum de Dowlah on rhs Mufnud of the Car His Highnefs entered the Durbar between the Piglu the Lord and his Excellency the preceded by Jofiah Chief Secretary to and foiloued by his Excellency LieutetantGeneral and the other Members of He was then inverted wiih the infignia of his elevated Ration by the Right he afllfted by the Admiral and ths The Sword was the laft article of State with which bis Highnefs was on the pommel of hich he refled his hand in a moft graceful while head drafted a fliort fpeech to his in He then prefented one hand to his L and the other tr his Excellency the andaf tended die When his Higbnefs was the Right the Governor occupied a chair placed and on the lft of the Mufnud on his Lordfhips left fat the ihcn rhe the Generals of the forrefponding to this and on the right of the fat Sir Thomas Strange then JuIVice ths Adjutant a QuauermaflevGeneral the S cretary flood and officiated bnveen the Right Governor and his After the new treaty witli his which had been previoufly was exchanged in Lord Clive prefented it to his who placed it by him on the Muf nud the counterpart Was then intoheNa bobs who prefented ft to Lord whom it was received flandjng and pi Ctfd VVebbs The ceremony con cluded with prefenting beetie The following inferefting mieliigenc has beenre ceived from ill a Letter dated Jane Our Readers will have the g odjiefs to recollecM an anecdote from Shaws Hiflory of When she Brinfh on thb Dcy toremonflrate witrvTJhmiOn fume Englifti merchant the African Gated on a fitkeri and fmoaJting a very coolly My my people are great and I am their The Emperor of Morocco has obliged tre American to quit Tangiers and has declared war againft the who are alfo likely to be attacked by all the The caufe of the rupture between theEmperor of Morocco and the United arifes from rhe American Commodore here having refufed the Em peror ptrmiffi n to fend any provifions or fupplics to which place has for fome time blockaded by the American fquadron j they being at war with that An American frigate commanded by a Ihort time ago fell in uith three Cor belonging to in chace of a Venetian near1 Sicily and fmm the finylnrty ihem for them j after a nviH bloody in which he loft a num ber of fficers and he funk of the thethird making her elcape much This will inevitably occafion a rupture between the Dcy of Tunis aid the Sir James in the arrived here Ircm on the aech with the Pumone and fonie with Gene nils Clephane and and having on board the greater pan of the troops of the garrifon of which we have now entirely They all proceed to England the firft fair General Willor the fame who made his from in company with Is alfo here wijh his regiment ot Chafllurs n board of a tranfport in ihe in his way to The Opthalmia is ftill exceedingly common in the gamfon and it is now pofltively known to be highly a number of recruits from England having caught it fince their from having joined thofe regiments where it was preva One regiment has nearly two hundred in the hqfpital with the It appeals that the on his arrival at will open the Canal of OF fFrnm a demtojfitial French If politics like common upon fur mifesand we fhould not to occupy our The uant of great events is fupphed with reports of great and though ihe realising them is not promifcd for to we may reft allured that it will lake plate to The affair of the w hich has fu long occupied fo many is not fuf ficient fr political fpeculators they pafs with a rapid ftidr from Rntifbon to and retur npnjjtliu tguit from the Bofphorus to the banks of the They reftore the Cmfli perfect the deal out to furrte Pow ers the European provinces of the deflroy with one hand the Turkifh and raife the FJft Magiftrate of France with the For lome time paft the German Gazettes hnve been difpatching the Pruifian and Palatine foldiers to take pofTeflion of the country ceded to ihe King and to the They have enriched the Mar grave of Baden with the Palatine poHeflions of the that the Elector of Mentz hall be the fole Eleflor placed hie new feat of at packed oft the like old and ufelefs to fixed upon Bndrn and Wirtemberg as the fuccef fors of Treves and reduced the number of flee and imperial cities to fix decided upon a organization of the Collegesof the and diflributed among the Princes aggrjved the rich fpotls of and There remains no longer any doubt except with refpe51 to the confent of nor anymore difficulties than that of afcenaining vvhether the Ecclefiaftical Princes will lofe their polTticzl tights w ith their fun Lefs informed than the German Journalifls of what is paflittgbftween the Government of and we ftiall not confirm their re ports upon the plan adopted we fhall even permit ourfelves to whether ihe difficulties have as yet been removed by the Cabinets of Europe as cafily as the Gazettes have removed but we will aflert of own accord that the negotiations between Paris and Berlin have been c implerely terminated to the fatisfaclion of the powers and if it be as we are led to that the Emperor has at length convoked the extraordinary deputation of the Empire perhaps a few months will complete the definitive arrangement of this new diftribution of which has engaged public attention for fome As it cofls fpeculators only fome geographical trouble to diflribute it more for them to diTpofe of European Turkey than to regulate ihe fhares nf the evade too the grearett difficulty by leaving us to in the datk with refpecl to the Government that is to have rhe tommand of the Tl at is the greateft obftscle to a which is by no means and in ihe Pontificate ot Leo he was agreed upon by the principal It would be lefs difficult for them to realifc the than it was then the territories of the petty German Princes a re nut more eafy to than ihe European pgflcfiions of the Grand To be convinced of it neceffary tocaft our uprnthe wretched of degradation into hich prnver is unac knor Irdged in feverwl and menaced every moment by troops revolting in the very ca But thefe facilities may as they ihree centuries ago by the general interefl of Europe and that in the queflion of the maintenance or expulfion of Grand notwithftanding the affurance of thofe who confine Mm ftill regarded as a For us the only ueceflity which we have felt for a time that of giving to our Government great no the credit given to the reports of certain changes which might tend to augment the Thefe originating we know not reach us from a diflanco of 2po If they come from men who from pat of Germany pretend to divine the mind of the Firfl wemuft prefume that diftance augments if not Let us them 10 pierce from afar the veils which appear to us impenetrable though near at Let us content with feizing in rhefe reports what they contain moft ftriking to the perfon who has learned to liflen to They announce the opinion of It feems to tell us that we fhould haflen to join to ftrengih the mtans of and that in augmenting the internal fecurity they will fortify the external When that peace appeared to become every day more folid and it is rut ious to fee the Chief of a Regency of Africa declare war againfl alj the Powers of Intoxicated ith a fuc tcfs unexampled for ihrmj tfae Algerietis think they have acquired by a viclory over a Porruguefe fri a right to infult rhe whole Their in lolence demands chaflifementfimilar to that which France and England infilled upon them in the vyih People may fee that their Dey is charged to accelerate the revolution promifed by the Treaty of to force the great ers to give the lie to who accufes them of favouring the piracies of the becaufe they reduce the commerce of the litile The outrages of and theef or rather the trouble which their punifhment will do not deferye to be reckoned among the obftacles which can retard vhe reeflablifhment of and our return towards ihe profperity which belong to This procefs is flow in its as all reftoration after long and great cala mities There already a fenfible move ment in our Commerce is and we areabeat length to look with fome fatisfaclion upon the refources from which it is going to revive The fuccefTes of General Lcclerc ar St and of General Richepanfeat confirm that which we were a long time undr the melan The Emperor to proceed fey Bufnia to Conftan and the King ot France by Albania and Ot her Princct vrcrc to embark in their chuly mtcfiity of We ftifl Lave Martinique is going to reftore to us means of fortune of hich we have been for years de Louifiana will fhortly new ones s and whert we fhall have learned to eftimate their w hen we fhall from the Antilles all the refources which we may be alldwei to hope far when the Levant fliall be completely reopened t us like the national ihduftry will have re covered its real it fo much ihe mote as fhe is every day withdrawing herfelf more and more from ihofe political iri tleftroying the repofe of would didracY their attention from their true If ue w ere ready to fuffer ourfelves to be Jed a ft ray by falfe of Europe nrmft alfo allow that vVe have been ready 50 acknowledge whatever is chimerical in fuch The lefTon has coflf us dear no but perhaps there a re none really in fueh except of ex ence an1 Our allies pr fit by ntwt their Governments ro be acquiringfufllcient folidity for us to lirave tberu to their Helvetia is on ihe eve of bting evncuared1 by otif troops in the fame manner as Holland has teen for fome Among the traits which mark the wifdom of rhe new Republican Conflitutions Switzerland and we diftinguilh the fpjrit of conciliation hjs taken the fyftem of and the favour fliewtvto the primary bafis of nil national to that principle uhich we fa fatally It be ftood that we mean 10 fpeak of ItS rights are now defended in the very countries where de magogy had infecled all the claflei with its perni cfous and with us we hear them reconi mended by organs of the public who free from We fhould recollecl the wbich the doclrintof culottes hurried us and the calamities which tlieir dominntiorsnfH6Jtd tspon to feel in its full force ihe of granting to the landed a great political They alone offer a folrd guarantee to theljjanor and the government i hey alone are of nepewity animated by that prefcrving the vaUteSof w hich is never better felt than in the mid ft are to be removed with what care ought not the genius that nourifh the fpirit that preferves Several Auflrian regimems are about to march to form a corps of obfervation deflined to take pofTef fion of the Auflrian as well as thole of tiieGrnnd Duke of and to watch themt tionsof the Eleclor of and of the Prufllan troops going to enrer ft is again aflerted that the Court of Vienna will caufe the and to be and that Grand Duke of Tufcany will b indemnified in On Tuefday evening about feven Madame accompanied by a GlafT afcendcd in a from Vauxhall Gar Anincredible multitude of fpeclators were afilmbled on the and were fully as the balloon was vifible to the whole and Avns feen during 54 MGar fhewed the wondetful experiment of i he Pa by letting down a cat at ihe height oF 900 feet fhe at firft fell great but when the fpokes of the umbrella was fully extend the defcent was eafy and gradual fhe fell in the garden of a publichoufe at In the bafket Madame Garnerin had placed a written pa offering a reward of a guinea to the perfon fforingthe at her lodgings in The balloon rhen became very but ballaft being thrown it rofe higher than It feemed to pafs over WeRminfler the Green and For fome time it appeared only a fpeck on the verge of the and at laft altogether Garnerin having done every thing in his power to gratify the town with a full view of his wonderful wifhed to defcend as foon as poflible j and a few minutes afrer eigjn tht whole party alighted at Frogmore near About half paft ten Madame Garnerin returned ro the Gar and was the greateft enthufi The company ruflied from all corners of the Gardens to the fhe took her fla tion wMi a female friend Garnerin is raiher low in and of a flnder but if the Venus de Medicis is the true ftnndard of beau he is not deficient in eitlier She does not appear to b above and we never more vivacity and in any Her voyage feemed only to have the effect of heighten ing ihe bloom of her immenfe crowds that every where lined the banks of the and indeed every open place about tow were beyond all defcri pt ion and the Thames completely Covered with innumerable boats full of xvelldreft reflecting the moft ferene fky ever wit afforded a fcene that can only be conceived by the romantic imagination of the The continued outrages committed by prrfona though ftrongty in theCloih ing Diftricls in S nre truly They originato in the introducli n of new machi for the purpofe of aving The dif contents firft manifefled about the be ginning of April by cuymg off the young frees of feveral manufadturers of Way and and by a variety of ano nymous conceived in terms the moft hor threatening fire and the clo Thefe alarming riots and lawlcrfs arPs have not notwithstanding every precaution is takeri to put an end to Detach ments of troops have gone from all the neighbour ing and every manufactory is flriclly The in defiance of all are attempting to dkMate to their and carry their points by intimidation and violence an attempt which not only manufacturers are highly intereHed to but it is alfo the intereft and duty of all clafjes to becaufe it aims at eftablithing a precedent which would overturn the very foundation en which all civilized fociety is   

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