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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 19, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                that the papers publiQt upon the pretended prefent ftate of the Turkifh Empire It extremely The plans thaV are imputed to the great Continental Powers of wifhing to divide its ftatei are The fury conqueft not the Emperor Alex ander and it is not at the moment in without being impelled by any power aridof his own the Firft Conful is about to evacuate Holland tUe Genoefe as ne has already evacuated States of the Popeandihe King of it iviytt at a moment in whichhe fhews fo much diGntereftedaefs and little that he will occupy himfelf with projejfts of ipva jbtrandpf So from ail the relations with thr Sub jlirne Porte have been and it is not necef lary great the iniereft that France has in the of the Ottoman andairits Among the jrhoufand 3nd plans that are placed every day under of tht Chief Con ons been drawn up by a perfon well filled xvirh prefent ftate of fo that it hasnoriht air written It is fajd that the every year to the amount of fo thai half remained every year unpaid which was evi dently a the difcredh of One not have read fimpleft of our sjot thttvon fhe year i bttt38 Genfi Jols i ir of being done at Parity but of ritten front It is fajd that the empj years 10 the inConfderabiy Upon they do not tend or WjejgK has liberty of rnakingcajqulai ipps both and Qpon Ppljtjc when tft fuch faolsVund tofountf of the is to fuppofe him yery adrniriiRration of the The AfottiVwir of the nth tantaiiristhe npvv pr the and i rjie which to te Italian v They are rnarked that The pubhc cupied a domeftfc drpreffibn of w Vwerttoy TBeopinlons given with refpecl to the caiifc arc various astne and inqlinatigjns of thofe who ad vance It to orqcwdfrom u V 4 V At thw joined owaiey vyiih at a4ower bjgii Avhiih the Funds had to the of the alt rife rtfrtlioury and adven titious Circumltincbt of he effea a further given by the interference t be the was more than BV vhich meafure jjive to the public Xherapiddepreciittion which took place yefter day is to be attribated irarhisdtately to the angry artklefrom the French jirarecj in The inferences drawn from this tendtncyi on Qpvprnment To renew only bei believed y the ready dupes of Ex alaronst We put little confidence in the profeflions good will of the But we have a much pledge of the coptinuance of iuthe which Frjince has in preferv Jng and the mortal which her favourite planter commerce muft receive from a renewal From thefe confidcrations it will thw there was no good why there fhould be any greater depreciation in tho funds at thismomeift than three rnohnhfl The loth arid 88th at prefent In under orders to return to The Turivifh which are to fuccced them in gnrrifon ai re encamped mile jvfc have no dou he feyere Policfe of tftif itt 4wi refpe all you have hfcafcl is Ndthjhg toft vigilant thsih tKe bfa political thai bats the operatwniiof Go evenin withourbeing in dangf of having all you fatd repotted t6 Come of numerous ahdaclive Mvpc allowance in this ttffpecl is made for R reigners than for of who to be with order of things that has put jcilop to if it has hot afforded tKern any The French they lament of Which they have been fo in for which they fuch dread ful is a feel the propriety of this on the pare of They fubniit to the difappbintmehtxwith phick Or endeavour drown refleclion in a conftant career of f But though the Police is thus vigilant upon of a politJcal it relaxes in the fame proportion refpefUng fuch inferior matters as relate to the convenience of common the ordinary courfc of Jrade the ftreets every night in and to be Emboldened by toleration of give you proof of this rernafkin what occurred a few evenings An Englifb in coming out of the felt the attempt of a man his The clergyman feized this hanaof tfce thieR before he had rtken the but of the but thfe of ijnd endeavour in gio eyqrtcd all his the and it among He then aitempredto fnakeoffllnit the his owii kept faft hold of ifiins vvnabegaato Interrqgate him fo but the Clergyman fup ported Iby fome friends jiiucceededL in gwrirtg the relloXvinro the hands of atx of attended tne next morning at the peeper tribu j obber both placed bn the lame bench aiifj the w kept liii eompfokmfethe affair vws therefore referred from office IP appa rently and render him hopelefs in the purfun of L i r rtaybut ivajfeenorally i TJ the Ey the froin pomingoio tlie which period the fever continued The io artctof their retreat into from Brigli ton oil men appointed ITnderwriten tft tljif a locker iostbo o f cietdeniy Bavi to Leww gentlemw who have W TT n y isnot fiippofed to amount to half appearsthat frefh infurancei wcrelhide fo as laft The brig il clfnker feems to been imendedfor a and appears ntft the injured jn except where the holes fuppoffng entircif The reft pi the bufinaft will be left to a GoUW of ftriAeft fearch is ordired fo nude after the The yeffeJt got into Shoreham The cargo Vgetting out pplfible difpttch j but is in genfcw fo aa to be goodfor A cMp of watches was the only thing attf rnpted to befavf4 by the Captain and crew but of theni were loll v twentyone are lodged at the The that firft excited fufpicion con cerning villainy the very ftate of tha tKe time the brig went and her having been observed early in morning in fhoaler than whert ft fignalof a merchant who bore a t s character in the underwent ation before the Lord charged on bjrfuveral Underwriters with of the above near which been infured for Aftr liong invefU gtuon of of which not be proper at prefent hrwas tomnutted to further i Yeflerday We received fttfierstb the ttth pniy attention han oifiolalarticle trtbuuid tqrfrance the politicians of projected interference ih the parti tion of On fubjed the fervev wlwtever hasbeeo puWiflftd ttpon the theTiirkiln iiext It the great Continental Powers of wi to iis States are fabrications TbfTu Cftnqueft does not animate the Emperor at the moment in vvithput being impelled by any power and of Eirft HoV land and Genoefe he eva cuated States of the Pope and the King of Kaplrt j it is not at a moment in which he fhews fo autb and Kjtle that he will occupy projfds of invafion and of far from the relations with the Sublime Pone have been and it is not neceflary to be a great politician to fee the imereft that FranCe has in the of the Ortoman Empire in all ks force and all its yhis takes of a clr vary generallyknqwiii that a memorial was a fhort tinae finceprefeinted to the froox the Cabinet fof thene of Wiallacriu being f 4t under tioii of rtue Tetter tlie pftrpofo qffitp preflinjg Tiiis memorial hoiy coldly received by the which intimated that it had fufficiem force within itfelf tb quell any rebellion that might be dangerous to rhe Bwt the cither Continental powers appear to be of a different whatever way be the light in which theFirrtConfur is inclined to view the prevalent fenttflienta we haveftrong reafon to that the reports fueh plans are fomethiBg more tfenifpecutatke The Monitew aflFef tion of a foan AmVricaf it confiders be asfAbfurd as if ir were vyrittiBn in i he National Preledl at and Esrraordrnary from the Swift to feweral of the arrived on 5tantzl Etomfeveraltfceerings at k is fuppofed diat ithre is aU tnVennon of teeftablifhing t he Lnndf thole general afs qf the Cantons Virere the imrtlediate depofifbries of the t t Schvvlt2on the Adrnintftratiin havtdfig cbnvokedjhe informed them jhat he that the time liberty nnd follow up the in the affemblies of vijkfi a Municipal to therequifiie the tneetjng of eiBerienced foms the difcuffibii of it fh the Convention made France and ir hpy been that flioald ihe purarion Snrpire prporaftinate their deciGon relative to the beyond period of two from being fubmitted the contradling parties are to take pofleffioa of their Another Treaty is alfo feid to be concluded be tweeiij for definitively airranging the lubjecls bfdifputc refpecling Thr IJaVaburgh Mail of the due on Wed The principal article olt ratification of the new commercial treaty between Ruflia and Ruffia has rertuired the afljftanceof France to ob in of the feculari and its ceflion to the rfyufe lloiftcin Qidenburgh as alfo indemnity fpr tfce tollpf full indemnity to the King pfSardinia for the and to obtatnxhd bleeloral dignity for the Houfr of Meek i L advice Berlin of the ftenry qf brother to Fre an4 firand uncle to the prefent at 77His death was bccafioned by paralytic Henry gteatly dif himfelf in years and ieyiCth loffes which the tndif r fubjeaed Tht journey of the Prince of Orange to is ftatedin ihe Gcrmah prints to Objea the rcleafe of the Dutch Eaft feized in the Britilli harbours at the of tne to dif Pbfe Of them to the Bataviaa jLetierp frqm of the thaV Prince of Gloucefter arrived on the i6th liiu on board the Latona andflopped in tWat place till the his Higbneft fetour for attended by the Admiral to pay a vifit to the King and with whom he to proceed to abput the latter end of and to accompany the King on a journey to the where an rntefvievv it is place tween bis Majefiy and the Emperor and Accounts received at confirih the telligence if an engagement betweepH detachment of PafUturi OglQula troops and a party of the re gfment of were at firft piiVed far at the pafs called the hut fire of grapefhot put rebels to aero Pafwan Oglou formally dilapproved of ihe conduct of the leaders of thefe put thein to Some Auftrian prifonert had taken this are to havo been byhisordepv Thejrttteft joy prevtiled thtoughout the Ge writory oft tht juiQunciahoa of the depirtore tnt J ihe AdminllfrativrCnaittbelf contihue their oh tixdjnl 4 rtceivedfrofe the the of Kt fered a reward o perfonsin thilttown fu uppjyirjg the Negroes in litar v WOyt ve greatly impaired hti 11 The tperchanis of Btinolj ateUhavbian ttt The Mr the wodei per andtfat for Which every u tn As the difpofiticm fbe moft think that thev an moft think ihat they iphanitev Nw lather thoufanc wUl and employ tion of dare trutlv even fl Whole with fafety i IH7rfc1Ik tf The value of t WJS the were more the expiration of a ihort per An elopefhent hartal hood tof has gone off Lady of Major will have to lament thtt Intheparifh of fetei I children of William Birch died I d wi boy of fix years of girl on the another of and third 1 9th a bqy of feveny oh boy of cortverfarion at on a Very Hoi GttiOnnan poffirffingthe mpft amiabte age by concurrence of iwfortttflate and young of great prparuTey where he a property by induOry in the la lather received flroih hei him that he was on IBS to Blnglad Ihort time among his The cb iubjefl of oiujph to the cipated the pleafirife he ihontd dtrfive i the only fiirviy ipg of feelings fcle s tetter tonv the Giptajn him that had nrrivctl faft in buiriJiar his fbn ftK and though eveVy exertions was uftd Jhe liinfc and appeared no rnortt dreads nothing fo much as otif We have it from rfni that Bonaparte wTotcftgaioft V the EngliihNewfpapert an the Moniteur juft before the A fellow fome raonths ago came to liortdort Wirfi a to buy rite Englifli Vle know the mans arid thole vtho He returned without Bonaparte as his higb the was fne Legion of Honor and w but in which he Coafiilar fpies would report hitlanguage laid he knew Bonaparte tvas the of ih Charlemagnes Empire I oftheJFirft Gonful uhifornily For foine days paft it has been Confidently re portedv ihat the Charles had the confiancy and other merits of with his hand atthe We fiiice thai on landing oo the flic virus being the tnnivcrfary of the birth of the Prince of who had pareda grtind irtinpaijced hil inwnUonof t Gehtfeanen the weather teing thoufend from and its the WaV tovered It announced hour in the Bcould not pot The canTrolait a monopoly 6f iron fifl generating the had been orbitant price demanded A party of of the day a qaanrnyfufflcierit company was afcend oh tempts were likewife nearly the whole but without At eight in how let vrtfK Yhe bottpjtn pi a lieu of a and in After remaining Ui the a quarter of l it fell near Black The jfrom deftroyed ftll the Which remained in the tord Dudley enter iained upwards of 600 of his neighbours at gave jool to the on tht occafion of hit fort   

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