Dublin Journal, August 24, 1802

Dublin Journal

August 24, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 24, 1802, Dublin, Dublin fOKEICN Conformably to the Ordon hance of the CounfeHor of State Prefect of of the 12th the two SenatusGonfulie of the id and of Auguft were yelterday proclaimed at fevtn oclock in he in the City oj Parls throughout the Department of the wvell sis in ih Communes of Meu Saint the Diftricls exercifed according to the inftrudMons they had received upon the and diflnbuted prizes in the Primary At eleven the Admmiftrative Authorities rf tu De apd the anembled ar the fo of At ibtlr a lifted the Drum in Nrtr1 in common wiffithe Tribunal of thCri mitral the Tribunals of the firft infiance and of and the Juflices of the Peace of Twelve A Detachment accompanied In the evening of Mot re Dame as brilliantly illuminated with a iirrhcxerurd of which was placed the of the the conflellatitin which prefided at the birth offline principal Public Edifices were Ambngft the Porjt Neuf admired it was decorated with aPe having on It the Statue of Peace voted by the Senatus Confulte of ad infh A of a agreeably furprter d he immenfe trowdAvhkh prcflcd 00 both Banks the The left in for the burpofe of favouring thebrilliancy of the was on tkn At the fame firs worlcj from the cidevant Hotel de and ar the Efplanade df the disputed the palm of Groupes of fuch as Paris alone can aflembfed near the Qr tjje Place and on that of the cidevant Hotel de and prolonged the Fete the Every on blefjedthe happy as the dawn of that hap jpinefs France will fcnjoy fecurely and in There was alfo on the a folemn fer ice of in the Proteflant Church of in the ftreet baint Thomas du op the occafton of the Proclamation of ihe Senatus for organizing be Confiitution j and Legateof the Holy celebrated in tire Church ofNere Damea folemn dur which he ihe uncle to the Firft We ate inforntedfthiaf on the 6th or June a pa appea red and the Admiral having been informed of tejifions whichilnt Regency entertained againR had declared war but that after three days evety thing was amicably tewni nnd the fquacjron fet ail for July Diflurbances of a ferious na ture have broken out Ji this The fcarcity of iPjroyifions was either the caufe or ptetexti The employed to no every means of gentlenefs and per and feeing the pVibfld f ranqoilftty every more and more and even he confided exterior and internal Police of the City to General of fiatt whrr hnmediaftjy arrefted feveraP ahdpiibiifhed a Proclarnatirm on irf which he announced to the employ the means prevent further iand ito reeflabfifh For this he the in habitants i from carrying with them any fpe ciei of even and threatened to ar tefl thoife who ibould acl in cotnradiclion to i his and ta deliver ihjenvbver ro be tried by a Military in the fame manner as if they had taken in of infurreclion with aims in their At the fame the Mu draiers in articles of the firft nccefljty icx give within two an account of the quantity of pmvifions their On the 2Crha large body of Freoch troops vefferday General Verdicr publithed afecond expfaining the motives of iheir On a Corps of French Ca valry here frnrri On the thofe vvho had w ere is nowperfectly carries ijgoroufly iitto eXecurion his of Foreigners who are unprovided with he MemonM of tK Engraxcri and ehibloyed at the of Hinted in the City to the Firft Conful of the GcneralJJirft j w If there be a principle at prcfent generally agreed it isf that thepwei afld truegreatnlfi pf umpires are the patrimony oi the Indnflrious aadCommercial Na England more ttwp any nation prcfent i a of imitation This confjfting of a territory of but fmall and containing fcarcelv more thau ten inilllonsbT not wit h a prepowlerance in the commercial fyf teth of the Far from the war havingproved to this aniidft the calamities of the na tions of the ihe has a domination of that for a long period no nation enter ilito competition with more than any other fcemed 1T the genius of her inhabitants and her to cite to balance the value of the produces of and to maintain the contcfl in every thing relates to the pcrftaionof any production and this mentis allowed to her by the unequivocal fufTragcs of all the cauCe which paralyzes our indudry and our originates in circumdanccs per a more ppwerful operation than any which have been hitherto The Frencl almoft inccfTantly occupied dyriug fix with itt own pottlicil and hiving to carry on a war at home and eould but little employ itfclf eiuiiiriiig thefc We nuke bold to inform youy Citizen that it is of ex treme urgenee thit you fhoulcj fix your attention upon the City of Rouen and the Our manufac turing iuduflry is on tbc verge if if fpeedy meafurcs do not flup the produced by f4lia and the fpirit of the commercial Some have ventured to that French iuduftrf can be carried tp tie highefl perfection by the li mulms of a rival induftryi Where then uthis rivalfhip to be found t fs in the execution tif the for com pleting the pT0du3Ti of our or in Want of the faw materials neccfTarytp this pcriedUon it in the Jf a commerce as vet but of very fmall from of confidence f in a is it from a more fatal in the littie na tional fpirit poflbflcd by Frenchmen Foreign and particularly of erful enjoy s a degreeof proteciinn too little regarded by the French and thwogh hitherto has rendered it on the compelled to truft to its twn efFortsJ exhibits only decay and complete Ou the one fide thrre is an abundance of raw and at moderate prices j capitals and always prefentcd by the public the manufacturer fo attempt and fupport every On the thotc ma terials are fcarce arid Very dear capital is not Advanced for the promotion of bur mauubdkuresbut at ruinous intercfl in a an eicUangc dcftfuAivc and confidence dries up of natiorial profpe rityevery thing makH in favour ufthcrivals of our wemUft fpeedily bit involved in tofal ruin there arcperfons who can maintain that France muft haye the advantage in a conipctition where the means are fo utiequal We hold the fame opinion aitb the perfection of the objecls of induftry but what the value if the is not and if the nation gives greater Advantages to foreign Our refleftUihs are fixed onjtlie prefent fkate of affairs Scarcely hasvaiharitiijc peace been when the of chaiidife the French pur manufactures foniSii3egeneMl The French foil has dot rejected foTcigti cottuno avajnce and extortion have favoured twireireji what is the prcidQclibm of ifc dufiry LhcHmber the warchoufes of pur mantfridurjers labour is repreflcd workftSopsafe fliut up thsnifands ot workmen are thrown cut of without even a profpecl of being able to gain wherewith toiupport their numerous v A Thio rt bift an imperfeA view of the eonfider the Jly e aad if foch afyftem does not if French commerce prefer thcproduCis offo reign if and vvorkfltopg WJCCITC no is All tKe fliops manufacluringirtduftry of their the moft frightful poverty While we are reprcfenting to you our feSfs and there is not a fourth part of us in aUatc qf aJH Every day wiftaeflcs many unfor tunate men fwelling the Thofc who are yet are Detained only in conddcration of old fer and they are thrcacened foon to triofe mities with which that clats are if t he XJovern ment tlocsnotfpeetfijy remedy the This is not all Our hands onccbtcitte a tliou fand other Sratei participate our by a fary confequerictf our flops their labours fcvery thing is linked together in a Sfate if you dam up a brook ar the tjitfTcrtile plains ftruck with are General and toucliing that you of thc and the defpair of the families our unfortnnaJe companions They are andrcanfectioV thing before them but more profound General we txpeclijfrftm yonr a period to thafe which weigh a A few aoduur impwruiut city will poflefs more worknicfl many of willhe devoured by want and ojffm from caufed tfie emigration of the reft t What powerful confidcrations I hive fpokc the truth Government is worthy to Ifrc hope that the Frrft Magifkrate of the Re public will turn His paternal regard towards one of the moft induftrions to tfie workfl of that their labours may ment The afks only one favdirrfthat hts hands I SI m maybe conftaruly that his vrprt slay fuffict for iupplying hV Then be aacora The following Seen by a paper prtrted Reports of all have je to the Negotiation of a Treaty of Kng land fome Journals have given credit and currency to by prefenting them the public more or lefs Uncertainty in4 commercial fpecula tions ftf is the firft eflTcift uidirecl falfc and the fear of dangerous ri have alarmed the the ac tivity of rWJir and abandoned ito a indolence the claift of The Miniflerof rior hat directed the Prefect to guard the ouhticmind againft thefc OBfourtded and that the Government place the infereftftfThe na tional induftry ft duties of that induftry fhall be conftantry It ito longer fee before it any thing hnt difficulties encouragements ta profit ro Let it to believe abfurd and let ft at length dp jufticc to Government will know how to induftry and our nianufaaurcsfliallnotbefaerjficcdto uuccrtain com and to a fyftcm chancel of which fliould not have been calculated with Never fliall any raeafurc which may concern juV be adopted till it has been the balaqcc of an en The wellinformed Merchants of France fliall alfo be always cojrvpked and cbnfulted when there be any qucfuon of openingcommercial relations with our neighbours XUGUST This day ivas fettling day in funds expriented a conficieraWs yef on account of the geuerJiTbearing ot market Againft tha bill AI appnheojiotv in fettling the iccpUrit aKo to the fall Omnumi loday was and 3 per 69 We have not heard of any confidetable The French Council of State is as attentively with organization of the Catholic uhich is the general in as wiih ihat of the Proteftant Theefta bliftwnent of a Confiftorial Church requires 6000 perfons bxh in the communion oi Augfbtirgh cori and in that of the The Counfcllor of requeffs the re fpeflive Prefeclf to tranfmit to him fhfeyaniculiirs of the ihe number and fituation of the Proteftant the funds belonging to each of and the number of paftors who perform frrvice in He alfo begs they will draw up their plans of which are to be prelented for ihfanclion of in con formity to the law of the agth of Lettersfrom dated the a6th of announce the rceftablifhment of trnnquiUiiv in that Oglou has evacuated which has been taken poffeflion of by Vfyc new of The beginning of laft month thfffe appeared at Paris a pamphlet entitled Fief fens m vili nb tioflalpour It fonfutat a very flrong 1i Eirft Conftit of addrefc was to remark to him the come for fnbmiitirtg empWof law and of the the defpotifm and caprices of Miniflers it riecetlary the French people Ojould at kngth eiijoy the price of the nutlieroiis facrifices tHey had madefor the purpofe of obtaining ty and Equality to confoUdate the it was neceflary to fettle a fsode with to theeleclion of the Firft iWagifllrate of the mould from the troubles and ficlions that nuuld be cre ated by who might pretend t6 thesSovJ reign Authority after This pamphlet made miuchnoife it was thefiift in which any one had dared to lift1 up the veil that difcovered to the Firft Conful tiie rfoffibiiUy 6f his and the troubles that might of Police did notlofc a moment in flopping the pro pagatjpn of fuch The was and a who had dlftributedl it war into the TtfrnpleCarrtille one of he Legi by included Rn arfijieny by immediately hafttned from the counjtrV to exclaiming like anoiher v idfum fecn He declated bimfdf to of the and defiredJo be his relation if wqrfc wete deemed worthy according to an intfeiUgent French not a Parifian it was not deemed proper to arreflCamille Jordan for this but ftill he was taken up and thrown into the Temple The following been mtn as rnanoiuvre hich he owed nrsat refl Ftenchman to Paris it become one of the moft aclive pies of and among other things he has the expefs miffion of keeping a eye over thofe Frenchmen who have refided in London during the Revolu As no reafprtabe motive for vexing Jordan found in his this Frenchman w as jdiecled to go and fee and drop amoag japers M a translation and parody of Lepiduss harangue to the people of Rome againft ex traded from a manufcript addrew tir the French people attributed Sorne minutes police officers Came feized the paper in quef and an iiiference was drawn from it that Ca rnjUewas to be etjleafl He was tl r wn ihe has a fecrtt Police in his by which he corrects lajter has a cu rious by means of which can have msm any The fierfon lb if fenc in a chat with His in and by two of fhelrar lian ConHimtiorfi that fjie fyflem of taxa byCjunalsforerery the c be regulated by the A comnnine of perfons right mcmbes ti the of thofe and fo in proportion as the The and j meetings of this to held twice on the firft of April and the firft of Oclo bfr i extraordinary meetings at the pleafure yftemof taxation is founded on jhrce principles the ordinary revenues of the departrnent the produce of fines and forfeimres j and l Capitation and a proportional on Thus rhe public if we except thefmallnefsofthe of according judgment they are apd thrir dependence orv the go are firfed on a tolerably fair It has been faid the Chief Coftful has for bidden the introduction of in Such ar repprj feems highly as Contbl would hardly deny himfelf the reluhing from fuch importamfources of political It is generally believed that the intimacy yvhich has long prevailed bnvyeen the Firft Conful and General has of lategreatly diminifhed the confidence he and his million at the Court of gave reafon to fuppofc that thing would change the femhnemjs Bonaparte en tertained in his the generals preten fions to the fair hand of Mademoifelle Horienfia were crufhed by the difapprobatian of the Confuland tine Roederer has had a violent difpute the Firft he pobliihed in his the Jour 6 the genealogy of the Confuls illolt trioua Bonaparte was extremely dJF pieafed at the and exprefled his to England tome anecdotes of the Confuls which were infcrted in a London This perfidy is laid to have been is the more atrocious in the Journal de of the Rctderer pretends to impute the of ftnfwe in the London Papers to their vile in Paris whilft it appears that he Is himlelf the author of Various conjeflures are made refpecVmg the Meeting of Parliament for the dtftalcb of Thofe who pretend to political and have fatisfying themfclves from the bell fourcei of that it will take place fill near the end of November this belief is confirmed by the prorogation till the 5th of mentioned in the laft Ga Various accounts have been given of the origin of PafTwan Some have rrmde him n Rene of have given him Pruffia for his native country the fart he to He is fimply on European and was born at the feme fortrefs whete he now affumes His father wat an officer of ihe The Fete Sunday fa brilliant All the1 public Authorities p L dreffcs to the Chief and eacfc to outvie tBe reft in the fulfomenefs of its j The ATchbifiiop of Paris compared ffl in his Mandamus tV the oS calls upon them to as did the Hebrew times of ers of diftindion were introduced to Conful by the Ambafladors The illuminations and of the vfife as all night to the mufic by Vet ihe French feuered and enlflaveJai cannot difguiCe the apathy and which the people view all political events 15ft J vi VI tllC SOU fcarcelysw much ie of the flighteft tfl rfftf afinviAn A taile thiinafm as one tBh Brumalre occafiqned at remote from prefentv But tL gives as a leafon for this Teeming tr the refult of rhe perfecl confidence and ihe An Article relative itled of the prefent fitUEuion ot the fntibj K ofhL formally demanded V be fepirated from vetic ajledging as their Conftirution of Aijceftors is which is fui table to theic This demand is addrefled in requefling He will ihe gratification of their that the union between them and under its new wafta and unfortunate and that medy is a The price of grain is rapidly wJtfre the harvefl is finer known in the jrnemory In equally The tflonfon arrived laft nighr difpatches the Eaft He tnfr Earl lafcMon day night at in three and three from Bengal The Purfer landed on day with tflfpaiches for the The Jovmaftbr Debate according ft advices from Peterfburgh ofthe aoth a Treaty of Commerce been concluded between equallyadvantageous to both and grounded on the Convention of Maritime Neutrality entered intq laft war araongft the Norrhern This intelligence reached us through the Hamburgh the above articlein the French Paper is probably from the fame It bears upon the face of it I every mark of at on a footing ll of the cloffflf The French troops have received order to deliver up co the every deferter who might Fdihe French V The at uj CapedfGood are to embark for former upon and the latter upon the Madras Previous to their they are to be completed to one thon Tand rank and file by draft from rhe other re giments of infantry jitthe ajo to retura 1 laft we that William ate Mailer of the brig was tindergobg a private exammatioh before the Lord at the At thefame thefailor who had been taken at Deal on Sundayand of the Owriersj who bad been on were alfo The as well as fharof belonging was who denied any ledge of the offence he was He was committed a fuVther the threeperfonafbeloWging to the now id are in order to give evidence agai4ft The gentleman Who was part owner of the veffB1 has aJfeberun committed for offered theilmperoir of iqg rreatment Patiin wrote to thai had never in the sffairs of his that the King of Sweden addrefled to Kis Imperial Majefty thefollowing Count dfr Panin had been called by to his advice relative JotheafjFairs of he would have done no mort of a fill in that wiTtca appeared to him the moft advantageous for till This is ihe motive whichdetermined refufe hirtji permiulon to enter my I have too moch before my eyes the horrible event which bereft me ojf my to be to ftipportthe fight 6f a man accufed of an accorflplice in the criine which deprived you of yourVM of the the Emperor Alexander and His Swedifh in confequence of the treatment faid to be experienc d by Count Panin from the appears to de ferve no A letter from of the that an interview was fhonlyto take place between thefe the frontiers of The arrival of two fhips from HavredeGraCe lafl week with Spanifh is a very unufual underftand they are wools xvhich have been purchafed in France by this it fliould the efforts of the French manufaclurers to rival do no From NewYork we that one of the pri vateers belonging the Cherokee had captured a Spanifh brig and a Ths was valued at ;