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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 28, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                fiy an Arrcie of the Cpn i ah w Ertirrpct for Foreign Produce is eliabnihed at the Ci ties of Cologne ani upon rhe fame and the fatne reittri as in where an Entrepot has already On account of the Senauis ConfuU turn ort ihf 4th thJConfuls Cambiccres and Lebron have fuccettiv4y received the fejtcitattons of the the Depunes of the Legiflai i ve Body jhe the Tribunal of Caf the Cormnillaries of National the Prefed atid the AdmVniflrative Authorities of the of the of the Commune of of the of Jqflices of the They have al Co received frWm the Etai Officers of the Con fular the Generals and Eat Mnjor of the fifft Military ajrid the Garrifon of Tle Confuls have publifhed a long rela to the raifing of the ordered to b levied in the ywr 9 to replace the man that are to be and to complete the army to the peace In three s after the receipt of the Prefects are to make known to the Siibprefefts the num1er of confcripts to be fornifhed in their refpedlive both for fervice it the and for the toffs Fox was expected the day before yefterday in He to confuli the tnanufcript Memoirs of James ihe and other works to his Hiflory of the Revolution of Hie will of courfe be received here in manner fuit able to his and his TbeChfeiA of Legron dElete was robbed on 4th of francs but the robbers have been and francs vered by the The BHefof the Psppejoftheigthof for Talleyrand to a fecuiar and lay fancHoncd by an A r ret of a compofedof the 9 corvette and a fee dai f ram which is to be joined by rhe fhip JLe Scipion and two on after this thefqua dron will proceed to the coafts of of the Firft Conful on demand Satisfaction from the Bey of for the intuits offered hy him to the French and the infrac 1 1 emigrated now return inthoir layouf yefterday by js even extended to thole arms agamft the Onf y who were inrlrumcmal in de Barayian Fleet to the fome in j to die Depredations cornmiwed by the jpey of for thefe fix fnbnths on the fPowere jptf It may be ufefiil to publiifi ttlieilajtaUsiwhisih muft Create the oewreme as welt as of this Bar who fartoies himfelf thff Sovereign of the afld tvfco treaw all otherGovernments iflhey are au account of whicH he irupofes in the provesthat nothing facred wifhi this following may rSOcirrecl have made their the chicanery of increafc thefe to a Aim of about feat Ships of tle Line and two Frigates to reclaim three The Dry war Offendtd at avoid a in the The JDey called upon JBngUuV for 1Scvooo for fevcral cargoes Court that if it was not within he would declare War He dcifcattds to the arupunt of Agreif tht Conful at made the ufual pacondition they ferve for the to arrive dtf tp pf Denmark was written to who from him a fum of and giantcd him only four uoittiu to wrjtt to hu Court which the Government Uc to pjacc at the difpola makes a f he the Pqrtugucfe a account of the makes the demands Piaftrcs fqc ene individual only the Jon Suppoftaa the be compelleiTtq unit that a arrived ar Belgrade from ConRanti had announced that there Wat a report in that Capital bf is that ele vated to the tnronef great fermentation prevailed at ConflanttnopHjf dvg 4irhte Eiripetorphar thlt day an audience to Archbifhop and Anrtbaifodftf Extraordinary frorh Home to the Couit of Jtis faid hettthat of Pantia hsisfefigwd his in consideration of a Petitionot letters from Juflujin has a which i he The Garri fon of thot City are tor make a Vigo Tous ed in a withJufFumj have been put t Barort de the Ruffian ivlmifter arrived here on It is aflerted that he is on the part oftheEm perofj in additiointo his Imperial Majeflys ac to to exprefs his that theDuke Schwerkin fhould haife the Elec torr that the King of Sardinia fhouldf receive an indemnity and that the Bifhoprip of Lubec fhould and in favour of the Houfe of HoWein HELVETIC lateft the Leffrr affords ofne hope of our able to fecal tbofe parts of Helvetia to obedience to our The refufal of the Canton of Uri to make a Common Gaufe with the has If rengfhened the that and the eagcrnel manileHed by the ring of this CounterRevoJution engrofs the higheft has The bubliihVd On ihie at on the part of tfie Cent rat that following The Oovcrnmpnt had fondly hoped for the reflation of all the reunion of ail men by the1 ence of concord and of of courteYfor the reftpratioa of General prpfpcrity Ij fees with that certain enemies Country ae ea ger to profit of the circumftances of the to rend all thofe ties and to produce acw and Tliefc have violated tlievfQnfidence vhkh the Go vernment placed in their ftnomeits of they have flint eyes dangers attending fuch condudL Behold your yallies and plains flril finoaking ruins of your arc the fruits of fuch en 4fonwtToc you have the af fertions of thofe wfiomiflcad ypu haic been fmndcd in truth they have not ilrealdy deceived truft can you repofein thcri after thefe Ab jure their perfidious and ratty round Govern ment uniformly dcfpofed to sittend to your U adminifter to your arid to foothc misfor v Eiecuttve to its by cvery o recall you to duty bjutfat thi entertains the generally to wtrodpce andtajnain Ujn the CoDftiturjdriiidbpfecl in all pitts of the you that inekfurcs tcr into effecVaaawfc fWry fpe oppofitiori whatever to the exiftina a That in all blies arclroiacn thb perfons who employed under tlwS their rcfpedivc fitu m courfe That 6f and Vnder tUe elefl puty from There Deputies fiacreunite under tile Prefi4eDcy of the Commiffary of or of pnc oflhe order to ippjcriiit a confifbng of 26 4Ihe Goveniment add hold rommunrcation vith ter the particular affaiVs qf tfie and illf charged with the ke the iiw Prefents during trie Ne eflimatcil at and t he vaJnc oV the make a total of Value of fcsen taken by the vith the Seventyfive and at ttaftreu Total of Ezaciioas in Exactions in Africa The of and iome months depofited at the foot of the Throne their curtomary The exaAed from them canfidcr abjc furnsi the whole atiiQUntiog to no led than Individuals The Pey of Algiers has the Bey of Con ftjiQtine to march with ail his Troops againft Tunis He cxadU from the Bey the latter or about in be rt had renderedall the Pubbc for the execution ab ve ancjrhpslaken flepj to ten der their as r The reiitJvVtfl of of this Council Had been iher If the Council reduced to two difpplitiQn or other the vaca Ije filled by Membsrs of the i The Mais frnmHamhuTgVi and HoHardi arrived ytfterday f and this morm rig received Paris Papers to the v rr k Every thing fecir to confirm thac the Chief Conful is to jnfl cl a punilhrnen upon the Barbary of the 1910 Conraihva of the depre cfcttons nhtch he Dejof Algiers has beenVom nbitting for rhe lafi fix upon the different Bowery ot Jt U fays the 3VI6 topublifh in tedding it wfj Hjallbe leis aftonilhxi at the extreme than at the audacity of this who feemg torhirik Sovereign of the be ctjufe he tieaS all the 6ther Govemmentj as if they were tribju fary It muU be however that the conduct of thefe barbjfiaits is lefs difgracefiil han the meannefs long teen guilty of fn condefceuding to puf chafe their amity and The intelligence of the Emperor of Germany having acceded to the Conveniion of the 4th of refpeeling the is and certainly wears iheafpetfj of The French Frvc per appear to ex perienced a fall compared u their late frnall fludluaibns may be called be ing on the at and on the at 23 i a fall of more than underftand that the return of their Ma jeflies and the Princetfcs from Weymouth to Wind prefeot fixed fot tomorrow the iff of f On iiJiurday the Prhictlt Lord her company to fit the her Royaf charan and vyhich her Royal High arid affability the jrilr engaging and renders herfelf alike dear to t and Saiurday the Lards Cpmrnjfliooets eif Hn Tfeafii the following tnndeand erefled by the at Blackyvalti for the reteptiori at Ejvliend pjl Great Wdrejjoufes VVXatoArt AUGUST on North fide of the and Quays or from tle ISJorth fide Sf the at the of the along the North fide of the fame and termi nating North fide of the Lock a the Weft Leuert frdni JBermudaaiudetan intended ini furreclion of the Blacks in of a very The afiaffination of all the Whites in 4he the object of this atrocious Con it WasTet oh feoi by one ol the rebeflbui Chiefs had jmade his efcape from Fortunnfely a difcovery was made feveral days before the exptofion wai to take the Whites being prepared for jhis dcfperate enterprhee wai Tre author of the confpiraey febt back to in parr ol our that he ttouid inflaftxly be pur to By the channel ive tear that tt g eat number of the French fenWs in Martiniqueare taking fteps to remove to Trinidad and iM in all the ceded thpreureafQn to expert thalt there will a of The which has been fq fatal at U almofr whoHy confined that and the reft of Domingo hai been tolera m Thb following extraordinary been rrienHoned ib on It ii faid tb Brought this rmtrnihg from PAtlt by k Geittl whais juft arrived from that city The bold in all the Englifli paf e have given fothe Frthch vet nment that on the very day on which the Tonfaihmg thofe arrived nefday bVtfers it it ifiTueQ PoKbe to difierent riht take iaEngliflt rind Jeize rumoured alfo that jhc of ourpa is to be i htollhy tvd y the JLark wkich ar By the JLark wkich on which been taken on Board from the Kaft Indiatnan with which he fell Jbave been ftafiag the lojfs of Hit Ship La 36 in t her Red but are not yet acquainted with any of the Private accoums front talk of fort ol which is te aridicfcied by a Senofut which will 5omprhen4 all tRqfe wh have taken part in the troubles of tie or in intrigues widi thft foreign The ucorri gijfc Royalifis it is be eondudled td the of whiter thoferwhO been anarchic Jacobinical confpiracies are to be tfranfjported beyond the The lift is tjhfc eye of the Firfi GoftCul he tats collected in a which he does nor hew to any psrtoiv very detailed accounts of the riioft marked of the No one Itnows who faiflt withthofe he consults this book every time be has a nomination to meafure ro order A letter from Madras A moft advama ggcws trade now carried on with rhe Molucca The whole of the gold duft collected in Celebes given in exchange for the manufactures of England and of Brttifh This lucrative branch of which Has long been in the Hands of the is now fallen into1 the We fome time thata Cortipa qf fublcnbed for the puifpofe of making a Canal from the Bafon of rtie Grand Junction at to the Lon don at We ftKve been favoured with the following defcriptbrl of the line which it is intended thjj Canar take wilt commence the Bafon at crofs the iEdgeware Road with a pajKng the front of the and Arti cflcepujichoufe jl from thence acrofs Totten between Su jfemesf burying New River the New R ad feaft comer ofBedford podpfoceffd1 ih a direcl line GIays at thelvVefch Cbarity over the valley jjBagnigg under the field South of the New Rjver of acrofs of of T u Roa New Roadi at in a Docks at Welts AComrhjjtee us named to at for an AfSto carry ujfcftjl Wtojrorjiediae The are jn tKoofing Pro feycral at the Gerttftal 10 be Pauisr before the Cariterburyi on the qf T A frt not until Ke yRWflg in Ihocklng and numberof iJiS gorged his prey hat he was bvercbftie Kttle hi near the fput where he made his BonaparYe hasi 9 letter to Duke Pita of 4 Ge neral in the Royal and Colonel ol Berwicks in rhe Irilh the emi grated to joiq the him to return to and repoffelSaon of impnenfe and unfold property n that Eterv morning the the The Monifeur repeats the our granting art afylum in Jerfey t articttt dated i of the one of the Department of the and thirteen who demhed to deafh as at vrttmtkj We that thefe which ace of a viblation of of Ae articles of Treaty of Peace deferve fa be We u tnvefligation of the perfbni known o be of that defcripiioh are Inured in or in any The French Englifh Papers their hope we fhall Continue to There to bb feveral for the pur ecution planof i talions of Infantry rhe n know riorhitig of iiw flawmemof De and condemed to death tor affaffi nation iritheDepatt riierit of the Cotes du in rheMland of Jerfiy at the prefent moment ji but of this we are firmly that the Brit ifh neither does nor to any pcrfcil whom fliey ate called to deliver up under the ftiputarions oftSie treaty of We fay tailed itis neceflariry tmpliedi rhat there muft lie a demand made on the part of France befote the Britlfh Government can be aware1 H conceive a demand is not made in this inftaacej inftisadof ioferting article alluded tb In ther A Jamaica Wail arrived this brought by the Auckland packet letters that the ifland of extremely that the crops are Sunday the 2oth regiment of commanded by were landed at after vice of c bear heahhy Mat is locJce InfpecHed them on the and appeared highly pleafed with the miRtary appearance of thofe funburnt We were forty that ihey have onFy three of their old officers The monumental infcription intended for the tomb of the late Prince Henry of PVuffia is faid to have been written by his Highncfs many years contains a jfhort fJietch of his and con cludes thus was Ac life of Henry Frederick the foa of Frederick Williajn King of and Sophia Do daughter of George King of velter is not to be found oa If I were not the bcftqf neither I of the number ofdie Neither praife nor cenfure af fcd who are in ettrnity but the fweetcft hopes the laft moments thofe have fulfilled their duty oa earth j nor doth it forftike me at this j Ettratfl of a Letter temp Augiift ii A Dutch the of 76 and a prifoner of at and a very gallant arrived terdfty m the on her outwardbound voy age fromAmflerdarn 10 the Cbpe of Good he has on board Governor the Batavian his and hisfuite of the with Several otficert of in rhe regiments gone out garrifon Cape and the differtnt civil of The the weft ward ol but forced to put back by a ftrong S W Vtndy with and bean away Plymouth Sound will moft Jifady flay here the wind having to iVitlf the cKange of the kaft evening Governot1 Commiflanr Captain their anrf with their their landed from the uvipibctw at the Pier of The landing of our arttient a bloody excited flrongfenfimons1 refpe5l and friendfliip in the minds of rhe fpecr at again eewig the Dutch Jag fly in aAiiry in Plymouth Sound they Tjovvn Royal and viewed and then teiired to the Hbrel Paynes Accounts brought by an Officer of high rank that the French troops in Domingo are dying in the moft diftreffing prapyrtion 300 men put of a body of for A deipair has teized which they feek to altevjate by the w tey ee to avate y te Every welUwiihef of civil and military merit will treacherous liquor f they are perpetually in three Sereants and   

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