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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 17, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                aria Ii whf 2 Im ps arrive daily in t h s Capita from Aftnand the Europeon After beng alUlAed fome are fent oif to jom the the Capitan which by fiicceffiye will be rendered one of the rfihft nJitWerous that the OTt6man Empirehas yef liarlln rhfe The of this Army Spjlears to intimidated who has pronpfedio the Pone an amicable arrange rneht but the Porte not dtigo to anfwer his isknown that he has n6t to Walach1a all vantageswhich he vhift the nrovifions which he obtained are far fropn being for the fiippntrt of his Sime time fiufce feur out a with a confiderable fum to make a of bat the detachment fell handsof the Nafir of wrr feized the men to the It the rrfenns of the fon of the Hif of the Porte irifitfrmrd of arid the rreafon of that This yoyng man refiding hS at her difcovered htm the he had of abandoning his aod placinghrm elf protection of diriiiHng his fon to join him at the conduct ofhis young the Lstrer fhe Reis The fbr the purpofe of fumrby mea kin1of exatitioniy and by retaining iii the pay ofthe tro tered to r paid The vvhicri and the of the of far his Gnvarnmentj and Gfahjiqdli 7ufy vyht had retired witiyKis from thrown himTejJinto rthat Thtf Porle bas already fumrqoned ten Pachas to figainft but place no teliaoce on rheifbwn as fpop asoppor defelt to him in great thus render it extremely eaiy for him a Several Httrigarian regimciits ae at prefent their towards tVanfyl1 ro the pnfTes there The Imperial Who had enferud the territory of encrftVritered of Pafwan Ogl de and driven backby lial fl few tnsn wounded Upon ters feem now getting more ferious j but t is notyeVknowii what refolution Ruflia will take fhis jhe Emperor of KtifliaVhasi ftot yet fent his of AcceflionHo at Paris On the 4 h of tru AVxanderappejars to pt our relative to iM Atljfri feat to him by an s not rake any pan in the treaty tr the ptfrUrrjintry circumHarif e eljjecially in ain affair in is o nearly as and as me of the firft ers ofEwr There is not any mention made in the ireaiy nf the fhe in although it Appears that de fcchraju was amhoriisrf to cedeitrwrn in A ywy correfpcindence lias been i blerved to prevail for fome rime paft between our Cmm and the SublitW A pVaiticn of Turkey in of Pre endtd hat out fir CracojVi with he AcHpuke t x have anintervievv this with the King In ths mean two pf ptyr regimens infantry and one of have fet out for I It 4s confirmed that the garrifon of Belgrade ffirtving made a fortie fuffered themfelves bs fttr into an by the tut to The City of i in thflj as the inhabitants rear the fonof thelaft Pacha will j Uie troaps of and may wreak his vengeance on to revenge the tletih of the crimes commuted by the ja is that the trtter at Meiifiell hUs not been fo tc the Kiag of appearances might have in Plan oj Indemnities which that Prince preftntcd to the Emperor of agreed tpby the who can n t fee wifjhf iiidiifef rencei Pruffia obta in a compf n feuou which than doubles her and he infills on a modific un n if Ii is on the other that England oppoles o cnfifieribe an increafe of fo n the which would place the other m the N nh of Ger many in his It is only aficr the coniiniicd of the ot KuUia to fubfcnbe to the arrangement of the 4rh of that has ndppted that line of conduct which oiglit to purfued a long time fincc that to charge the Deputation the Empire already ap with tHe definitive arrangement of t lie m Letters from Cadiz that a of VefTfls had brought into thar ror a part of the French Trojj which were in the Kingdom of Some fay that they are defiined for an Expedition in the Mediterranean t that they are be fcnt to the FQX is now in Government will give him admittances the Annas of ilv Family of the Stuartsr James had brought thele AnnaU with him when lie fled to and they before depofieed at the Scotch credit with Government it perceived his Tnlleyrand and Fouche are not to eat h are contending for the gtcateft infliifertce with the July to a which lias taken place between the King of Pruiiia and the Ernperhrof tht latter is to fumim annually to the King of Frances the fum of slug Sittings of the Dutch Le giflativc Body recommenced They very Two principal objeds have in duced the to call extradrdinarV meetinf of the Body at his IMS inttnrJed to propofe to an for Proprietors of Actions or marts of Stock of the Eafr India Company j and to pafs offences committed during the in the Thefe two have appeared to the Executive Government to merit a protript decifion without waning the ordinary fei fin of the Legiflaijve which would not have taken place till the ijth ol The imneffy had been before propofed by llie Directory in the fprinj of theprelcnt but the propofition as and perhaps becaufe that certain exprefs would bs Th Dire6tory in its Mel Tage to the Body on this that the Legiflative Body naving rejecled the pro pnfition for a general anmefty made on the 28th of on the ground that it would be necelfary to watt the cornfletfc fulfilment of the Amiens the though ftill of the fame ptnion with refpefit to the propriety of thejmea fure at the former cpnccives that the Le giflative Body can now no longer make diffi culty to the omncfty fince all the iiiptilaions made at the general Peare have been completely the exchang ed between the contracting poAvers the Dutch Republic and its are acknow1 ledged by all Powers of and dtploina fic relations eftabliflied with it the indemnities of the Prince of NafTau are fixed and accepted by fhaf who lias renounced all the dignities for merly pofleOed by in this The propofes again to decree and oblivion of ail oftVnces refulring frcm a differtnce qfjuluical and CotnmitiH bj whatever as well by thofe during after rhe Resolution of hnve left and vvho by viitue of the tirnal Acl have bten exeludtrd from the of the amneffy of tthe25thof March 1 by have ferved eneiTiy by fea or land this 9r in ariy lentenceis end all pro pending in cqnfjqiienCe of fuch t bi an ami Frm this hole per and ihole in the Rtpubiic or its have cowardly furrendered to the fhipsor to be undpr mimfte rial is filled with perpetual againli Two of its pages day employed in urgency to Jthe All tlfat imagination tHat ij and by thai miferable paper attributed to the French What is its end Who pays it What does it wifh to French Journal edited by fome miferahle the remnant of the mo ft a vile without without iuUied with crimes which it hot in the power or any amnefi ouuijcs even tne Eleven Uifhops prefixed over by atrocious of rebels to their country and o the have afierubled in They print libels againli the Bifhops and French they injure the Government and the have reeflablifhed the peace of the go I pel amongft 40 millioni of The ifle of Jerfey is full of condemn ed to death by tribunals for crimes corri mitted fubfeqqent to thevpeace for and the practices of an The treaty of that perfons accuied of of lor ihall be refpedively delivered Theaffaffins are at Jerfey on They depart from thence urunplefied in dilentbafk on our afTafTmate the neheft and burn the Aacks of corn and the Georges wears opetily London his red rib as a recompense for the Informal Macrne dcflrbjsd a part of and killed thirty and or peaceable This ecu I protection a that ii he had iuccetded he wouidiiave been honoured with the Order ot the Let make fome reflsftions on this I range conduct of our When two great nations make for thepurpofeot reciprocally exciting or 10 engage and pay for crimes Is it lor the pofe ol Diving money and protection to all men who with 10 trouble the ftate And as to the li berty of the is a country to be at liberty to fpeak of a and new reconciled in a manner wliich they durii not fpeak oi a Go verjimciit Hgainft whom they were profecuiing a deadly war Is not one nation to ano her nation lr all the ads and all conduct ot Do not aifb ol Parliamerit even prohibit Allied ot their to be in to A has been he National be diftributed to the theLeHaiive ft Fojt is writing the of that unfortiinate wh been herefma ai tftribte blunder he was introduced iji Latoiir and other Ex who he a on DivUionof Holland Diffriclst and It contains more than the tjames of citits and village ol divided irtty July The tiupir by the late eafy cnqueii of a fine fignte by tie is now got and a of two men of war find iome frigates is rifting to reinforce the hips in the and vengearxr ori ihe in conjunction with the report of iniolent Afri tans ferioufly menacing the proves un A fcw days ago the Milfaronk fchaoner arrived here from and brought accounts that whohad fent by Kcfth to had full feusfac rion from the ana promile of his The Mibrook pu in here on her way hornet beingleaky and half She is to again as foonasa fevv temporary repairs can be in order to be able to proceed The winds have been fo f refh of Intfr from thar a week ago i he Kng George packet artived here ia five from Itingjloiij June The report circuc lated in the Ameiican of the lofsof theBri tilh fltopof in the arid tlrat 115 of her crew hafi we are hippy ro is unfbun led Saturday tnorning his Majef tys ihip arrived at from the Bay of Honduras AUGUST The paper which firit die account of a attacriment of the Duke of a Portuguese Pi contains the following pa ragraph We have authority tr that the para graph in our paper Saturday relative to his Royal the Duke of waa without The following ara the falaries paid to the three Eftates of the French Legifltme Governmem I per and lor or about Members of the Tribunate or about 87 5 M embers of the LegifLiive or about I per The Ftench Government have decreed that the Fetes which fhall be celebrated in France betides ate The Naiivity of ifur Saviour JefusChriftj Day The the molt Bleifed Virgin t and the Fete of All It was lately contended in by a that the French Nation was governed looCoc Hi made out if not at leafl The he were one and two A duel Isyefy between two and Cuunt Beck in which the former vvac mortally and immediately conveyed to the Military Hofpital at His adverfary returned to is faid that under Louis the Revolution in and contribut ed 10 bring C larles the Pirft to the de and after the Minihers ol doubtlefs the in The late Minlftry iiavc had revenge tbey excited the Sep and their by means of w icn Louis periftwd on the and by means ot wiiicti our principal manutatfur luch as were Is it It ill wilhed mat iieriesot movementi ant wtiirh has been productive ol fucn c to both for lo many fhould be prolonged Would it noi be moYe and more to tUe refultsof to makeuCe o ihe ro influence of proper commercial as the means ot protedtvug of preventing the fabrication of falle and oppoling a re fuge to criminals wltat refult can tUe Engliflv Govern ment from fomenting ihe troubles of the Cuurci tram receiving and vomiting back upon our icrriiory the Brigandsof the CoiesduNorrl covered with the bloodof the bed and richell proprietors of thole unfortunate de from fpreading by every inftead of fevtrely all the calumnies circulated by Englilh ot by the French Prefs al Do they not know that the French Government is now more folidly eftablifhed than the nglifh Government And do tiiey think that reciprocity will be diflituk for French Go vernment What would the efleft of fuch an exchange of of the influence of infurrecTional of the protection and encouragement granted to aflaflins What would to to the commerce arid the of Uoih naiions Either the Government aathorizes and tolentesthofe public and private in which cafe it cannot he faid that fuch conduft is con filUnt with Briiifh and horiour or canrut prevent in which cafe u does not deferve the name ot a Government above if it does not poflefa the means of preffing and and protecUog focial order FROM The ofBciaj paper of the French Government of the whithwe received this con tains an article which our Government might fuffer to pafs without were ii dic tated by any other than the ffroffeft and moft atrociouj The French it is difpleafed with the London pa per brcaufe hey review the of the Confulate with freedom and and hence the official paper pours forth ihe fouleft abuie upon the Brittfh Govern It accuies us of granting an in in Head of delivering brigands con demned to death by the French who land fuddenly from hfhingboats upon the French murder the and let fire fa the It that a whom it ac cufes of being concerned in he plot ol the infer nal would have honoured with iht Order of the GaHeiv it whether bur hibit irifults to government tlemands what effed otir fomenting thfrtrotlbles of the ing and regorging upon thr Fwifeft and from inftead of all the calumnies contained in the Englilhind French papers printed at queftion to we do tretnendoufly flrohg in point of military We look at tier and we fee it annulled in a moment Ills nbr a litdcr curious thartMsquelUon liquid after the publication of a Code la ted all the p lifhed which Ths article concludes with ii that our government i thefe public and private it dsr that then there cart be ment where there are no means and andat pfottclknjj focial v Perhaps we oght toaflc pardon for replying to fuch may our in every point of inthe perfect 1pitic of peace and of the treaty Wfeate not acquainted with theftatfrof Jcrfe will venture 10 that find no protection there known to be of that description t diately and joyfully given i Wnat the Englifh Govemment can not ttate what it cannot do we It cannot by any afbitiavy flop the priming or circulation of any journal of and the Editor o Author lite inhoF pitable deferisof or the of cannot throw a man Tomple or the andireep bim i here fefr aft unlimited without arid de cannot prevent free remarks its own much lefsupon the conduit of any1 pther If the Confuls find them felves our Court ol Kings Bench open to We invite them to a codrfe of lec tures by our Judges tljey will hear fonieihing that will enable hem to improve their new fyfteiu of civil whichis foon to be iub miiied the Legislators and Tribunes of will take our we cat affure of one tiling their caufe will an impartial and will be decided oriclly according lov TweUe Jurymen will decide impar tiality according to and will dcai out to lioiiaparte as perlocl a meafufe of is tltey to the mightieft or the mean ell of It is that Patfwan Oglou was a Pruilian broke for having the pay of tde and that refuge in where he embraced the who ij tq refide at p elepr at widow of j it is lately received a accompanied with 6000 Imperial aid m invitation togo to it is irui Oglou Has written to the King of to tequeft a pafTporc for The Secind and Third Confiils of France never appear in t heir publick when the Firft tin f mr addition of power taconfer upon hint only is Biinilvjs ihe colleague of Tiie h ot it went about the Hreeis c the N w Ctinftirution under this ti The New French in 87 decreed ajl the people had little pe iuch a public curiofity mmh and th hankers made a good On about one the follow ing accident happened at Bath A an fiftertothe Rev at or lidr ftcppiqg at a and rated in ft wheel the to the e rher or driver a meflage by her di which had been flationary whcn theftvant Irfi by fome means or ran unfctung off the thisun fortunate was precipitated into the road way an empty coal waggon paifmg v this critical one of the weut her head an and her almoft immediate death in ihe prefmce ot many per font who were pafiing at ihe The Vicar of neat Columby ou Saturday the gift took bis and that he intended to go to Lanherne fat o Lord abouc two miles from Coluinb to lee thfe that if he did not return Iffey to fhouiil dine at Col u and return home in the On his not returning ag Griffiths grew very and fent feveral perfnns in fearch of him ori Saturday but in and on Sunday morning his horfe was found in a field near the clff at IMUw untl his whip was fiuck up near the As he had been ten there riding to and fro thl times on Saturday it imme dintely conje51ured that he had fallen over the cliff into the On fcarchirg the cliff his was difcovered under and WPS drawn uj by ropes but though the cliff was very and he did not appear to be much brniled by the all f his puts were found one in each pocket of his and a gold ring in hi cat The coroner of BodnYin was fent for and the Jurv brought in their verdiiil Accidental He left a widow and five young The Liv ing of about 20 is in ilifc of the iSifhop of E f   

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