Dublin Journal, August 26, 1802

Dublin Journal

August 26, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 26, 1802, Dublin, Dublin From the LONDON The Kiqu been olcafed to appoint Sir John Dor lafe of the Moft Honorable Order of the and RearAdmiral of the White Squadron of his to be hit Majcftys Am baflador Eitraordi nary and Plenipotentiary at the Court of i Tho King has alfo been cleared to appoint James to be hit Majcftys Agent at The Bavarian Baron re ceived in night of the ad infiaot a courier fronrthe Bavarian Envoy at to who arrived by the way of and brought the general plan of indemnities concerted at ratified by his Imperial Ruffian Two fimilar copies of be laid before the Empire on the part of France and by Citizen Matthieu and Baron In this plan trie fumre ftate of the both refpecV to the large and f mall is cir cjmftannaHy and Hefle are propofed for the elecloral Tlie Emperor of had likewife recommended Mecklenburg and if he French and Bavarian Minifters have protnifed the coopera tion of their Courts to that the Col Jege of eight new to be among which are Naflau Nafta u Weil and Ofnaburg fails to biit ander hat the ifctrerfhall Hildefljeim and of Alten Virchen The toll at Eljfleth is to be aboiifbed j but in Duke Holftetn OldenbUrg receives of Xubeck as an Hereditary part of and i he Hanoverian Diftrict Wil Tfhe Elector of Mentz remain ihe only Ecclefiaftical and receives fuch in demnities for hit thai his in the will amount to a Eight anil are to be Imperial arid the twp laft remain as the one the feat of the Chamber of the and the other of the The peria in all future wars of to be permitted to obferve a perfect Tp dajr Bddy will decide on the propofed generaV amnefly Some believe it will not be the emigrant in Etiglifh pay thus be pVmitterf to Qn the MajorGeneral LEftocq took vviih five fquadrorts of uflars of two battalions of fhe Grenadiers of and fome and ar tillery Four hundred and eigity grenVdiers her thereftvot the troops are diibibuted in ihe Tliefiine evening the General ball a Jiighnels the Charles prefect at a at which QUIP Caunt has ar here from London Cf of the Vizier was eiptclfed there very The Emperor today gave an audience to Envoy Extraordinary ircfln the Papal See 10 the CourTof l yV Aucu APfuflian Carries an official ac count of the occupying of the Eruflian indemnities by Pruffian httipafled through his On tKe 3d Eiqhifeld wat alfo taken poffef fion of by the Pruffian On the Jift of the military at Erfurt took the of ibe new Ele5lor of i Private letters from fpeak of modifica tions in the plan in favour of which afe negociating among whwh if an or the Archduke An thofen fonie time itpce EJeiftor and Arch bifLop of OF THE FIFTEENTH AUGUST The Prefeft6f tbe department of the d the Members of ihe different Adminiftrative ofthat of the Com rounetaf who had had the honor to be od JimiUed to the audience oFtne Firft aflem bled at the Place at four i a the and proceeded from preced ed by a of to of Notre to aflift kt Te after hich they returned todinner at the Prefect of and the SecretaryGeneral of his Several toafts were the firft to the aoniverfary of of the Firft communal illumination began at by the mi nation of 30 feet in 40 feet above the platform of one of the acrwmof Notre jnin the center of that hone the fign of the under tthieh is the of the day of the Firft Confuls The formed of patent burtu longer than all the other and was burning at fun Tie facade of the antient Hotel de Ville was illuminated as formerly upon grand The citizens beheld in that decorati on a refuiuption of the idea of which appeared 10 jkafe A figure of 42 reprefenting the ftatue of ejce voted by the had been the latform of the Pont This a iu and a group 100 lect At nine oclock fireworks were exhibited the Place of the Hotel de Ville and in the Ely Can fireworkthe arches of the Pont Neuf The of the columns of La Made laine was delayed by particular and it was not till midnight that it was poffible to en joy and appreciate the fine otiUofe columns furmounted by figures characleriftic ofihe viftorifs to the general peace is to be attri presented the novel appearance of eight triumphal columns Trie Place VendoVne reprefented the depart ments of the reprefented by 121 co lums bound together of oak crowned by tranfparencies and furmouiitedby tri ctloured Each transparency bore the name of a depart The columns and garlands were illuminat ed in coloured In the centre of the on firft ftone of the departmental was a large illuminated with coloured Around the oak was creeled a circular founded upon and bearing in iti twelve in form of tables of the Senatus Confulta of the ad and 4th of written entirely upon tranf Orchellras were erefled in the and the Place pt tire ancient Hotel de Vilfe dancing continued till very laie at The direction and execution of this fete confided to the talie and activity of Citizen architect ol the prefedure of te de The Prefect of the department of the crees the following for the diflribu tion of the great at me General AlTeiij bly of the three Central Schools of The diflnbution Xhall be made on the I7th the Great Hajl by tho Prefect of the accompanied by the Secret taryGeneral and the Council of in the orc fcnce of the Members of the Jury of Public and tlie Profeffora of Ccntril The Tribunals of the Department of the Seine fhall be invited to and the Societies fend deputation of foipe of their 3The Sitting fliail be opened by a difcourfc nounccd by the child from each fchool flial recite1 ofKb own The diOributioji the prizes to immediately after the recitaU The Prefect fliail declare the firft priisc for Latin The crowned fliail declare die other i The cleve to whom priTTe fliail have bcetK fliail conclude the by an Oration Dohe at Paris the of Signed FRO By the The SecretaryGeneral of the Signed AUGUST A this The Firft Conful is expeHed to pay vifit to Amfterdflm the ayavfour corrcfpondent at the not to be ofrhere i TtaWef4l Augiift following arjlcle andthe officers and racetreo Abbot in the maft friendly when the Pruifiati Eaglei be afiixed the and hung it up oh the our EffeiS the wereneither hpr their example of the remaining intheir houfeswith their windows Ttte m liiity of will be incopporated with The Kingot finiffia haiipubliftieda prdclama upon wtbe qf ffie of Tlie feniiujehts by Kichepanie in his letieti tothe Mioifterof the Mariner aoltf the on which hkconduft in Chief calculatedfoitJ the reduction and of Ihe colony of Gua do no gveat honourneither to his own that pi the i Government re cognius fiich in men its He it a happy that the men of colour were induced to oppoje if the field of Daughter been too his ledges that this ot WftHity men of colour was the of Vaft in dependent of thebfe fuflained by army m their arid the dreadful committed them advantage oin fufficient to competiiate1 the ment for the labour and and tor the unfetded llate In which their revolt has left colony f Extract of a tetter from Le Barfaii Captain MotcoutarrivW here from Calais this bringing ifjxty two pafiengers the reafon of her bringing an extraordinary number of paflieneera that a peremptory order had been receivedat Calais from that in future no perfons halle per mined to embark in an EngUfh Englifh packets Had been permitted to take paffcngftjcs Irom and French packets to take paffeo gers from but this is done and perfons returning to thejr native muft come in a French vefTel or not at all this is liberty with a vengence but a traveller ob ferved that as it appears to conduct through the would be put in prac if the Paris tell truth he that if Bonaparte laid a reftrainc on the liberty of the he would at lea 11 leave the air that thpfe paflengers who did not chufe crammed with fitty or fixty others in fmall French might at leaft be being provided with jtfqper to return by an air Tbr AATJCLE in Though Bonaparte has given aoSeffedual to the Liberty gf thePrefs in it from the Moniteur of the 6th inftr tbau19 object but hfllf while John his family treat hint with fo little and open ly examine his The Chief Conful having fatledj in his attempt to gain the Proprietors of the EnglilJi News papers by bribery and his rAge upon our which he inveighs ngainft as etrher fo unfriendly that it will or fo weak that it fupprefs thofe publications which he may We are accufed of harbouring a fwarrn of French affording protectitx and encourage ment t6 the Emigrant whoempby them felves in propagating the vtlefi calumnies againft Bonaparte and the Government of of permitting the famous La Vendee to fport a red and all thit in optJofition to our own Acts Vof which forbidFo reign Governments to mfulted even in jier fons of their Unfortunately for Bo there are no Atfs of Parliament egatnft a free and public dvfcuiiion of the cdndticl of our own The acls of our own i ment are openly not Bonaparte fee if he meets with no better That the Bruiih Government cannot prevent this freedom of is true j with due deference to the opinion of the we are difpofed to confider as a proof of rather its Our too firmly eflablifted to beunder the neeeflity of en croachuig fo much upon the Liberty of theSubjecl it may be fafefy that Govern ment muR be radically which finds its fecurity iocompat ihe with a free and open exami nation of its k is one great proof of the excellence of our that it remains firm and unflwken am id ft ihofe papftr whilethey prevent the abufe of authority at make tyrants tremble 09 their The donot this freedom to degenerate li thafe are to all who find themfelves This is theway to obtain the fnfy The higheft is not their the loweft beneath their It has been often that at home the Englifti are perpetually abroadi turn infavour of their own No are not fully fen fible of the we eujw till we feel the want f or With regard to omr harbouring can be no doubt but fuch will pafs and GreatBritdin arid if the ba lance be nn our fo the worfe for Bur that we harbour and encourage moft be till jtiflice has been alter the offenders Have been pointed our and the That the La Vendee wears a red mdy poffibly be true there is neither law nor Acl of againft weariag either or After what canbe the intention of this in iyeclive of ihe Chief Conful as the Moniteur js under immediate ir muft be con either as written by at leaft publifhed with Dioeahe fuppbfe thai the public prints are to be f Or is it poffiible that he underftanda Jo little of the Britifh as to imagine that Government at once by an ait of whatever it may deem obnoxious r In our truth will alwtaysbe plainly let tie galled jade following anecdote of a Bririfh feamanv one of the crew of 84 paid off Thurfday at defcrves to be recorded the gallant attack fqua in Algeftrsrs the 5th of the bdats of the been all rendered tifelefs by the ftot lc was neceflary to fend fome of particular theMhen fituation of the of 74 bn and then much expofed to she enemys to of 74 RearAdmiraj Sjr Saumarez alked could fine ypung about came during the hotteft of the fire frpirithe French fleet and and offered to Ifcrip and carry the orders in his atfhjally and brought back an anfwer toSir James in about at in Hertford Blobert Hiftorical Engraver to the of He was born in about and yias a of ytfy djilarymechanical which had but little cul aphiseducation was almoft entirety ne He vvaapprenticed to a and jrirJtJtK trade he fome timefollowed he then applied himfelf to she ftody of 3pi and made a very curious Camera Obfcurai a new which hinvthe patronage of the Marquis of afterwards Duke of at about the age of happening to fee ah erigrnver at though he never had praclif cd he got and engraved an old from a painting by Gerard which firft attempt was fo very extraordi that on recommendation of the Duchefs of and Lady he was appointed Hiftorical Engraver to the Prince of In the year the Marquis of Carmar then wrote him a recommendatory letter to Alder man who immediately offered him 300 guineas to engrave a plate From Northcotes pic ture of King Edward the Fifth taking leave of his brother the Duke of He has fince engraved for BoydeUa great number of capital plates for the Shakefpeare and from the paintings by Sir and which are very extra ordinary fpccimcn of gnUic DIKE Of A was given at Monday the DucKeft of Yofrlt j Birthdfty and it wrje ene cnofl chearful Of the equally gtaddeniqg Jhe of Prince and the The dinner of iwenty watoneofthe beft nnd niojft elegant eyer came up to Among the cpm the Prince of Duke of Clarence Sir John a German the Gentlemen fome of the neighbouring whom were the Hieh SherifF for the and Mr In the eVening pleaftjregrouiyl aod the Heinleground fbf the and whiclj they did ix oclock in the Lady and the and ftableboyi nhd in the true fty n of jubilft ry For the ditmercompany fupper wns prepared at the the around it werelighterf keV the whole the Prince attd Duchefs feng and and kept up the entertainment rill near fcyenMri i Thete was a fupper in a large he friends of the Upper entertainment nvef was conviviality and r V LORD i i J i By the death of fiarl Groixen0rVithe Turf lofaf one of its oldeft and ing Aables Contained jhojK oilier and wereart if fftvo indeed fo gwat his jKiu many others were fupplied from Be had nnmed nv lefs than fin coltt by one in the Derby flext minations were equally numeroustin raoft great and LeweStStanifbnd and hit engagements continued fo nflany fltM which muft now of be match between his Lordfnips by and the late Earl of Abingdons hat Elwes reported ro lent the late Nobleman thru thoufand guineas to makehTSftakest the bets were feven to twoin and lie mtift have permitted his ant aeon ift to have bur for theunfolioitecT munificence of the on his return from the fcrarri bled over the Deails Dyke to avoid paying a turn ArtKe affixes of a man who rjad hameof the jHervey was tndtded for flealing Bnnk Notes amounting to and acquitted by Bnron out The acl which the profecttricnl the 30 h is againft perfpRS dulently obtaining and therefore ths obtaining of Bank Notes is not confidered as an ofiince under that There is another the 3d againft perfons wilfully obtaining means of fjdfe tokens M but of by theprifoner 3id nor conftitme un der that OP at common law as the cafe was deemed not to amount to wasjffgally no criirlinal offence The direeled me to be paid over to the At the York an aclion was tried for a breach of Pfomife of The whofe name was was maidferVant In the houfeofa at The Defendant was an andIhsd as ap peared by the in the habit of vifitingher for two Whenever the came he ufed regularly to repair to the houfeof and made love to this dir nymph of fuds over her wdfning tubs She fcis fuif with fcorn for a confiderable but at laft fhe and the day was fixed on for the mar but the unfortunate hero of the ftable had alfo marriage to a girt at who threatened him with a profecutinn if he broke his wprd and before the time of His celebrating the intended nuptials with the he went and married this as he hem The Jury found a verdicl for the mages Aboitt twelve oclock on a fifting of eight took a boat at intending to land at Greenwich They had not proceeded when the boat unfortunately runathwart rhe hawfer of a hip at anchor in rhe The moiionof the fhip elevated the cable wiih a Hidden and overfet the the boats within fight of this accident inftanrly put and every effort was made to refcue nate perfons from the death with which they were Sewn were inftantly picked but a very amiable young She had only been one month imrried Coult dneoi the priocipal Clerks irV Parrys wboaccoropanied her on aquatic When this Gentleman was taken out of the he looked round for the and finding thai ihe had not been taken up in to the as he to fearch for He refcued a fccond bur with much The fcene was extremely nffeaing to tliofe who witnefled Cpre was taksn ro prevent him from repeating the attempt but he has beenever fince in a flate of The body of the young woman was and the Coroners whoi fat on it laft returned a verdict dental The Criminal Tribunal of Bourdeaux has con demned to twelve years in a con victed of having luupreffcd the minutes of iwa of which he was the The angry articles in the Moniteur are faid t have produced an alarm on the Stock and the invectives againft our beef hate confidera bly affctted the lull ;