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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 14, 1802, Dublin, Dublin FRENCH JkxtRACT FftOM THE fcRGIST Of THB DE T1ONS OF THE COtTHCIL Sitting of the 4th PROJECT OF A FOR ORGANIZING THE TITLE There fliall be in each Canton a Cantonal each a Diftria andft each Department a Oeptrtmental Electoral irVXV TITLE CANTONAL The Cantonal Afembjy hall be compofcd pf the Ci au ddmreiliated inthc who arc on the Communal The Prcfideht ofthe CintbaalAffcmblf flull Conful fpr niajite in ThVPrefidcnl and appoint the fV iv Coofiij mail cWfta for Itlhalf to fill Vacancy for atoAfliMt Juftitetrf The their appoint to IP Twcrtij trjiere tnere1 ire feveral in like man Jpat Cpiinejl haR be rerpeijtable in tea t Firft Confut ftaltxhufe the Mayor andAdiunai in for five but they may eoayoke the Cantonal their dBraUdnrtoa the Qbjift of Th ftlfejgei fliaH of pfle Meov aud in the U an fireftoral Cottcjjfr ii Govcrinnent as having bceii guilty UtalftiaBite tfie College to tjhc of Ac Wem3 pift i 1 for Vfeancy in the DiftriA Ibartfewa the Qooucili ttr be oqctfitJid renewed every five Tie Colleges of prefent attach pSWUyttto to to the out of Tribunate arlt to be the But both may icput tfat t 4 Jolleges prefent to is qoniiciliatedxii Dcpart ac leafl JiMembw of a Gipncral fhall Tke Departmental Colleges fliaUpfefmV at wo Citizens to tile lift from which leaftM bea Member of both nur refide out tf Tht CojlegCT of Departmentsand tWp Citizens domicifiaicd in theJDc arc td betaken the Wemlieri pf the Deputation tb the ohc at leaft tobc aMcmbcr faf the CoU Icge vJ alfo Member of a Diftritfl College and of Body and the Tribu ssfllll at the Ratings of an Electoral College of but thePublic functionaries may cbrinfct proceed to lominate to to them jn the JSlcahral until tfaafe The o aflcmble virtueof an of Comrocatiortfroin place aiSgned for that pyrppfe they cannot occupy with aoy for they vfcre not nor beyond the time1 the Aft of If they the Government i right todiflblvc The either directly w under amwft T TITLE THE The Confuls are for They are Members of the add one of them The Second and Third Confult fljall be appointed by the pn t he prcfentatlon of the Firft For this purpoft of the become I ihc Firft ConfMl fliaH prefent one to the Senate I tf he he may prefent a fecood and if he is a who muft be Whenthe Krft popful Jt he njaf Jjrcfcnt fc fuccecd hin lug to khe prcfcribcd by tha preceding ArtideW Tfie Cltfsja appointed to fucceed the Firft Qath fcuo the hands pf the Krft I the Second and Third in the I the the the the 1 the the the PreCdentf of the Tribunals of the PrefiUentt of the Caotonal AAembliet the Grand Ofikeri of the Ixwion of and the Mayors of the principal chiefof thlft l See of The I fwearlto f o rcfpifA the liberty return oft Feudal In titutionti never to1 iiccpt for tliePoiircV trith which be for the JjappiftefsoC tUct from whom and for vhomrl haVe received Oath Hull hcit tlie Ffrll The id the of Go tp the tSucceflbrto be the Senate jund Third the and the Prefldeutu gciStiobi the Cwmcilof tljeir pMffeace he Secretary bf fcaledwith rnVhich contained The Paper fubfcribed by all thMe prefent atjhc The Secretary State hall amongft the Ar chievcs of in the of the Minifter and the Presents of the pf tbe CouaciU of iu the Legiilaiive a nurnber of MmibewjropotMoned to the arid popURtion of the Department All Members of the Body Iri t wed according to the GoTerriment and pro rogues the Legiflative The may obfcrving the formalities prescribed in t lie After1 tbedeatnV theVirtt if his Witf is dr the paper yhich cpntaiat it fhall be taken from among the Archives the Sccreiarjr of in the prefcnceot awl the Prcfifv dents the iategritr and identity it the of Second and It Qiallbe Scnatp witts rcfpeding and iu aod not a ConfuU each Coaful iftiould hot teave other The Law death of flnll fix totf the Hfe of f Every Conftitution vhic y i J Af for 46 annul the of Civil and Critpi fafctroftbijSutf j ts v y Organic Senator are to f the propofitiwcj being A fimfaje W Concurs The p in Minirt low of i of The GhiefiConfttttsw Council ge is to thf ca to the Sena before they The The Afls of the Senate relative ta Retire Interiw proceed to election pr 14 complete the number of 89 detewmnedby the Article of the v H Thk nomination Senate on the prefeniation of the Firft fcoqlutUTVee of perfonsjo prefentedi atfrto rolten CwrHithe The Minifieri the Grand the le gion of Honour are Members of hate vet their The FirH Confw may Senate wrrh any legeipof they arid rhe cafe V The ScnaaoTS rtay tors of Wblie may be employed in either Yhe Senate is to Members 46 acl aa X f The Minifters are to fit in theSeyiate but not to have a deliberative if not Se t The Counfcllort of are jwvej to exceed the number qf vV The Council of be dlidtfd into Sec The Miniflers are entitled to a rauve voice in the Council ol i AfVeif the theTlbu rtiduced to 50 Members j tyUf of the aievtojgodut every three years Until that rc duclion taket the Memperi who goQtu ate nm to be the and the are fftbe renewed ihe Semite pro oneGwnrf of in the Senate Hcls in thsTribanal of Appeal when ks v rey icvr their pro The Tribunal of thjfivREnifter tfefe feii of cenfure over vX ful iJtie other andmayfummonthem ore ibeiS rand to give an account cVf their x t of m of fhe CSurtt tnbunah Civil TribunnU have ihe fame to the iuftiees of the Peaje in or are appointed by He fl for every place thXt lv of extending heard thecafe difralTed a of thr Grand two fwVCouftfelforiof kiirS having difcuffcd i tftid bcfc beenj made nu if rhe loamei his have litfled it before granted to SlXfetntn m lutidnf Wide after the rerplutiife j wit in any of the after of extraordinary are natef they among offer wheh perioni takcfj up be Mr provided j i A them in the ten jv naemay alfo airaul the of the Criminal thefafetyof tht ftatef f1 which CoHegcs 61 ich are to appoint the membert of BoiJy The fifty tbuf place In one hafp Thtt the Councjj of Wejdo nor find v mobs in and the enr of him but m faCl fijfe worthy of Confe nfervatory Senate haiJtiieir occafion of the K iefConfiil for on Chief The Slaws of North Cfttelina uerc ward in the latdy difcovered and i the general Jignalfor was to have direJmg certain ready ofihefe pedple of Bythe and to atier ail were to proceed w Aflbciation Meeting of tfce to draw to gether a jarge coUcdlion of people nil the White tfi J and great 6uf under V By the arrived in the tt are letreVs from twat poYTb ttfib of Way prevailed in Loer Una the neQeiTary tfeer a If peffpa he the Senate a fe IT f nr if t he Senate fcccnd he then prejems a third who mufl of ne ctfflty be As foon as he is he ute take an oath to the and then take his feat in ihe Seriate after the tWtd It rather remarkable that oath theflighteft tkeauft of Mo fuccefloris to oppofe the return4of feudal but Monarchy does not neceffk r9yinclude feudal j The in iht AVchietes tifill contain ing his withrefpecTjjip the appfinimerit of his to name his own Me time a but It is not obligatory upon the Senate to accept the perfon ib in the w If he be fV appointment be af Confuis Yv Ujon the eflBcncy of fuchawill few of oor will be ittctided t6 Jjiy when they UriaYhe Itttle attention ijhat hail eyerJieeh piid tothc wills of1 powerful 4 n violationof ftwh ita pniptmion power poffefled during thei lives by rhe makers of What ever more trraji Louis tlie t IjS fett which was Violated a fortnight after his of filling vacancy in thelecond and third Thr and third r are nominated ti buf the JPirft to tebrqii Chief Cohful to have power of tion of Afiatic were fidenciei rjlieipb or jt pons being in readinefs ro convey The Hercules and in November failed from fcofk w i t fi convicts or having fcvsral concernihed Ihe late their rpa the Pnifonert oliTSoard the formed of ry ing neareft Frtfhch formed theirplan e ihipf ant won over to their poipofc aoth the prifoners rpfe upon he and gajned of j opc of their iw tttnained atiachrd to thenv made a gallant which and ten one tyag On ihe btfter the officers regained IhipV V0f nrant were dangtroufly The Hercwles and Letters at forei J to be Of tlire WjSW afflicted in extent Berbice ond lifequxbo wire comparatiTcly crcd at the trunks oft wo of Wtr Barely drfeoi reprnt them was found enrich arerf thefirft rftoft relics are amateur Vented pretence of cleaning teur being e of cleanin
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