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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 12, 1802, Dublin, Dublin MOM dvgufl The audience of the tnarc took place It had when the Confettruiive Senate repaired the Pa feee of The audience as interrupt and the the Conservative Senate were the delivered the ing Speech i ChiztnFirft French ac knowledging the ifhmenfc Cervices youhave done wills that the Firft Magiftnuy ofthe State Should be immovable in your In thus tak ing poffeflion of your whole they have ouly exprefled the ideas of the decltred in their Senatus Confultnrn of the The na by this folemn act of gives tojou the iniui6h of confolidating our inftttutions A new career opens to the Pirft prodigies oT valour and military he has concluded a and obtained every where the moft honourable conditions of The French MitdeY his aufpices have alTumed ihe qMmide aud of true He i Pacificator of and the Reftorer of His is a great Already has a Government of lefs than three years obliterated almoft that epoch of anarpiiy and which feemed to have exhauflfld ne four of publfc But evils remain to be afld difqine tudes ro be The after having world by WBrltlceeiptoits ex pert from ajltbl Benefits or the peact you have procuredfor 44 If there yet exift thefeeds of the pro 6f the af Bonaparte will Every thing rallies round genius ivill know hbiy to maintain and 10 preferve every thing he breathes tut for the prosperity and happinefs o the French will never give them any othor than the im pulfe of and the of national griu enr what nation better delervs to behappy fand more enlight ened can we defire the elteetn at ttachmrnt Senate will connect kfelf geherYitis thoughts of the They will fecphd with their rations have for thejr theme venting rptn rn of the evils Jqng TBfflicled and the extending and the gootf y6ii have brought back to It is their alfift in thus the Milhes pf tjhe who Kave juft nYariifvftfed hi fo fignat a their zeal and tneit ditcern The Sciiattu which the Senate in a liody delivers Citizen Firft contains the particular Or pan of Sovereign they have thought U order to fulfil better the French to call upon the arts jo perpe tuate the fiecbllerlionof this iherrionible After thJs the read in as follows OF Of Tlie Confetvative aflicmblev to number prefcriUed by tUc 9th article 6f the CflOftituthm Deliberating upoii the MciTagc of the Confula of the I by the Haying ftcntfie of the Srxcial havegiifcn tbtiir and that for Napo ironc Bonaparte being appointed CoiifuJ for life Confidering that the eftaWifltcd Confbi tution asthcorgari of the to the focial tiugjit to mirtners tional Gontjoerery to proctaiHi bfemnlr the will of tlieFreueltipeople to EiretdCfcvernmcnf ftabilityheeeflliryUothe indepcndtfortjIJie and tlie gtotVof thaRc nuhliriitetrM4 1Itt feoble and the Senate pro A ftatue1 of holding ia one Hand the laurel of the other the dtcccCj of Jliall attcli KTatTonV The Setwtcfliail to JPipftCsnCwl prcflion of tho the tovct and the adqaiiatwa of ihe frtnclv Signed aud tf m The Virft Cartful replied to the Senstte in 44 Iifp belongs toi his i The French with that all mine Jhould beconfecratedto their In giving a permanent pledge of their they impoe upon me the duty of fupporting the fyftem of their by uiftitui 41 By my ymr Cuizen the afliftancaof all the confidence anl will of this immenfe people the the profperity of will bebeyond the caprices bf fortune and jh uncertainty The beft of people will be the as they are the moft worthy of being tleir Wicity will contribute to that of all 0 mien with having been callci by the orders of Him from whom ffvety thing to bring back to the earth liberty and 1 hall fee my laft hour ar five without and without any with ftsfpect to the opinion of future 44 my thanks for fo folemn a The Senate have defired what the French have hence have more tnitely connecled themfelves with every thing that remains to be done for the good of the It is pleafant torne to find the certainty of it in he fjvrech of fo a The Menders of the Senace and the THB MINISTER OF THE INTEttOR TO 11 I fenrl Citizen w hich will publifn it Lleminly Jhrbii your on fhe fjth day will hpreafter be conleprated great It will recall teVity thememWaole epoch of public the peace of grrateft al of The of Auguft ij onoe the anniverfary of the birth of day of vthe of the and the epoch in ivhtch the French Peoplejdefiring to nfTnre and tuate their have connected jt for hat of the glorious career of Napoleone Bo What fweet fiafm the French People What a powerful concurrence of events and jn all the generous racHerife the nation 44 A51s of benevolence celtbrate tlib1great day and I invite CUixeti to confe crate it entirely to by uniting mtnarri age individuals reccrrrmended by their ITALIAN tut LECISIATITE BODY TO CITIZEN I SpNIULoiTUB PRKStpENT Of JUt ITXlTiAN 3X Citizen Tlie Legiflative Body afTimbled on the I4tbof June This folemn event is one benefit nvre added to all thofe which you upon the Italian amd a frefli tme which you have acquired to their it is glorious to found a Republic by t He force bf jut it is not lets fo to preferve it by ofeful laws and yoiir is the wifti of the peopleand tt is alfo a facrtd duty iQCumberitupon Orjpuis of the fmttmenisof We expreft to Citizen the public gratitude fttr the happi nefs you have and yotf tlill fur ther pfcimife 1his iai your produc one pf the grandcft moniuneata of your At r ih Ihe of CONSUL or TJIK rirkca PRESI J DKNT Of TUX ar ITALIAN lllave wjrh a hyely the Uniohof the Legiflative Y6u in the firfl form bafia of the The flrll budget which has in prefented to The re the and the public equally requtrc a fta6le and uniform An objCtHi iwhich to he hcit lefs the law which wjji Jbc prefented you ug the military aTone fpcdt A neither the population nor the wealth of the already formed an army which placed during a The Lfgiflativ forget Republic oughtjtele thefirfi The Legiflative Btfdy cftffhoj better tejHfjr thb truth of the fcntiments thaa mjdt volin j itj efforts to the confolidaticij the which muft a flu re apil itsgrsSdcuri FROM THE DUICfl July According to intelligence from1 the Text it appears eicped it ion deftinetf the Rate of foon as that which Ioin as that which of CJoSd u ill have ihegreateft exer tions will ro takei the hands of Juitbm hsVe and The and es have cofrifcled a a flop to the further progrefs or doing put in reqrii all who weretaprtile CT bealrinj with eut regard to age nr We now know with certainty ihafjuflmrri Aga lias been difpatched by PafTwqn Ogbuuho Kas commandedHimt tit take for the purpofe of fecuring his dominion LONDONt AUGUST The Confervative Senate have replied without delay to the Meirage from the Second and Third Confulis on the Confqlfhip for A Senatut Con adopted qn ihe was with great folemnityVjtjfre next to tjie Chief at the public audience to the by the whole body of Coofervattve Barihe on that very fpoti had five years as Ftrfl bf to foreign livered ariad in his Prefident of the He prefented the Stxalut proclaiming Napoleone Bonaparte Conful for and directing that a ftatue of holding in one hand the lautel of and in the other the decree of the thall atteft to all pofterity the gratitude of the in his an fiver ro the expreded his to obey the will of the People of he chatitclcrifed as thebeft ofpeb the moft nffured them by his by ihe Senates by the a Hi Ha nee of ell the and by the 9onfidence end will of the free dom andNe wftird4o MS by areliicfcllantlyrrailSng as abroad as a to tinker of Guyernttwiit has rtjfoived to dfpatrh to Arnerieain i Cptonje tjie Magiflracy of a of dragoons leave tp raifprjaenjn that June Sentence as pafled on rfie tot hi upon the who in jyiinorca Don fada and feveral orJien officers have By the feme fentence rhe hasbeen reftored to his i to the Jes increafcd here f this rigour con lifts in anew fyltem wjiich the Inqutfition is to follow with regard to rthefe As the return of peace has reftored aclivity to our t here has jufr been published a riev ta rif ofirnport awd Tor1 irie By a of ijlie al tering ibrmen is prpvifi onally no gttatcr force hall to the WeftIndies than 540 men thefe betngto Confift of 4809 dividtfdinw 4W each of 1 rrjen divided wq four each at July 14 iThe fraternljjing the Cal vlnifts and the prepar ing by ot by the Members pf Corrirnu nities in is carried into effeeY here by the zeiilous endeavours of the moft fenfible arhnhg the one and theoiher of thefe A reciprocal renunciation has been made of particular refiginus opinions wbich formed the principal points of dif pute between The for have given the doclrine of Predef which of late been but poorly fup pprtedj and the on the other hnndi have adopted the rites of with pe51 to the adminiftratiori of ih0 This example has already fqllovVed in feveral dif trias of tfce new RWne departments and there is ground to hope it wUUon become general throughout every one of them Lenrs from of the that the Jantflariei difpatclwd be eftaWilhed beyond the caprices of ibrtone and the uncertainty of with having been called upon by the orders of Him from whom every thing bring back to the eawh liberty and I fhafli ee my laft hour arrive without rtgretf ana without ureafinefs with refpecl to the opinion of future The ftiHiifter of trie Interior has ordered the Sci natus Coiijidtwn to be foIemuJy publiihed on the t5 ji ol is the anniverfary of the Chi fjCJpufuls and the day the nvas Of the union of Piedmont wkn there can nqw be no Tq a Piedmomefe officer of one of rhe he on the i4rh Very your flowthat PieCmnnt forms for ever of Tbf confiftiflg of three fhjps and4 a ivhicK carriedout troops to has put into Falmoutk oh return to It lately aflerred tfj1 the French Government intended to stnnrmy of forty thousand men the lefj tljjp ft from the in feveraj frweigii of thiskind in a treaty concluded onhe a8h Ju4y at Ths French it is farrhe vi tit1 advlhce 1tip port ihe Gurtsqf and Munich in the indemnities adjudged to them by the Conven tion concludedon ther4ih of June between rluflia According to letters from it rtppejirs thai the Extraordinary the Empire Is to Cotjfift of the reprefentatives of tfen viz Hefle the Teutonic W cities of Augfbufg arid the plan of die the of Treves and Cologne atie to lofe their political exif as well as the other Etcieftaftical Tte Arclibifhops and Bifhops be the1 of their Ecclefiaftlcaf ju their1 MetropnUtan and Diocefah will daring their as well as the of tne confiderablepen fions from the Princes to whom their poifeUions they will lofit the of their tern pond burwill be maintained in their fpiritual The s of the Order of Join of and the Teutonic vvill remain untouched is even jm intenf n of augmenting eonfidetably thofe of ihe latter O deiv and of conferring on Prince Charles the dignity of Teutonic The fay ings already made in the pnblic expen diture jhat Governmeni are now en abled tj make ready money payments ofjilf the de mands upon them jand a great pare of the Exche in circulation are be called The Moniteur of the aid in contains a fupplen ment of n names tfaeifcrt hemo prpmotiontq the Leijon of Thefe arethe aclionsin wlvch diftinjeuifheId and which are i heir We do rior much curiofiy or implicit icredit We have to e mirk that they do want the a ribn of ihe as the ferft Motive which our eyesii the htft0ry of four who 400 Auftrians pfifoners ih a garden from they could not get out Letters from Italy that the King of Sardi nia has formally renounced the territory of and in favour bf the Fren h in contemplation of the indemnities to be procured for him by that We are glad to learn that the mediation of Court of Kuffia has at length procured his Ma jelly cornpenfntionsof arty Though the Baftille Ijes a heap of the Chief Couful has not loft fight bf the neceffity that fprother There is a very large prifoo now creeling at fupply its Xfo learh from that the to convey the Queen to that capital failed for on the 4h Her Majefly will land xvhere he be received iikedf who will accdrripanyhef to i hefetes in of lafted three The rlunlah tfoopsdvr for Corfju are as wellasthe frigates in which they are to The French Government has takejfblf theliieavy duty on Englifh pTCkew going to as well as prohibition wvhich was in the firftijiftance attached to Englifh perfons France1 on board any other than French The national prbperty has fo inCrealed th in that it is fold now for nearly patrimonial The difierWce is frorhj five ten per s i We are ibrry to by the feveraMerteri re ceived yefterday from of the jjd ulr the Archduke Charier wasagain fo tacked with as to fend forhu and the He hai fihce much reed It is no wonder Bonaparte has contented to driw i he French troops from Switzerland and Jtf u probable that he will not refufe to recall thofe it It muft require the rotation of thefe wo armies to relieve that of Italy from the of the The Fete for the Peace will take place at Viennt on the SVh of The Church of phen will be ornamented withthefiiperb of Charles which has never beeriufed fintetht reign of Maria day will be v hi by three difchargesof IQO pieces three difcharges of mufquetry by the troops in There will be a grand dinner at the and the next day High Mafi will the Church belonging to the Court ThereHvill be an illumination both nightvand the beopened1 The Eledlor of Mentz not only nbf to fife the arrangement of the invyhjcfr was fo much completed ybbt Fieeven had aot fent a Minifler to the Empire about to aftemble at ptweor giving a formal fancVion to the great Powers of the Continent may think per to adopt and to It was expected that Baron whoperformed fo confpictmus a pairc 7 in the Congrefs of thti MiniHer from Moiltz on tfie A letter juft received frpm the Ktanil of that a moft capital fortification has eroded oa an eminence called High which commands the valley and the country which is deemed an impregnable pofition ifl of r The two Lift fine dlays have dityenfed great na tional bsnefits they have ripened with an cenaimy of abundance feveral pieces pf and ftfong are already reaped round tht metro and many pieces of Wheat in Sir Francis it is has chafed his ElecMi Fr Middlefex at nolefs a than fifty thoufand General w as martied a few days fince to Mademoifclle de daughter a fefpeflable eftabljftjed as banker and who gave with herlialf a millionof Utter received by the JEnrl from Benr gftl 23d of the following re lation of a moft barbarous cerernony that lately tobk place io Gsungar and to which a Branch and fome other Europe were appears unparalleled in the annals ot hittoryi Being at witb fome ptSer the laft full and hearing that jteextraordinary abfurdiiies were to he performed among theFaquiers of that among fuch as perfuading the ignorant natives go imb the water to be devoured by the wfth his went to the from vi here thefe cruelties were to be and witntfled feveral men and at the iniligationof the wfere made to throw themfelves into the river amidft innumerable harks that were feen upon the which almoft immediately de voured thefe unfortunate victims of fuperftitton and particularly mentions that a rematkably being feemed to fet the mark at and had a I ng ftrugfje with hiianta till others came up and difpatrhed on hearing that a young boy was tr be facrificed in the fame was defirom if to refcue and waited till hue in the ir hopes of performing this acl of hunuH nity but uipicions arifing among the barbarous Faijuiers that fuchan attempt might be put if out of Bartlttis power to effect by fe This it ce twice a in the momhY February and about the of fulil ExtraS of a Lett r from dugvfl About feven in the evening rf lV day Jofeph Officer of of Long in this on hio way to in a fiftgle horfe was ftopped by an highwayman about a mile on the turnpike road from who prefented and robbed him of a filver and in Soon the fame man went info a turnpike by the road where was of whom he very laconically Kfofted with Hand ut Perceiving a welu dreflTed Allen fuppofed he was and replied didnt undertiand him Do you know what 1 mean now fays the at the fame time preferring a piftol at come hand us I On which Mr Allen gave him the little money he had about and the man rode off towards He afterwards rubbed a man of Sea of of a few hillings The robber is a young was drefled in a blue lightcoloured and was mounted on a brown with a naif of faddlebags under
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