Dublin Journal, August 31, 1802

Dublin Journal

August 31, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - August 31, 1802, Dublin, Dublin ftffl Confu prefided yef in he C He proceeded to the rahce the Senate in he the fecund and rKird sis accompa nied by the thife of Prefilents of Serious of the who had n of the Secre tary rtf of the General the Chief Infped ors General of the and Ar Six carriages of Gene rals anc dft forming the proceedrd by Qlay the the Corps de on horfeback open ing anddoling and the troops of tlir garrtfon forming a doubleline from the Palace of Government rorhat of the The General Comnvindant of arid the Generel Corrumndam dArrheiI of were wifh their at the corps of rhe oilier at the deparrtiitt from rHe Ponr A deputation of ten preceded by two Huiffiers and two ved t he at the foal in the fahce of trie Senair and accompanied them the Jrjall Cithteni and cf the Gwnd Council of Adrniniftratujji of of and in that Memfrrr of the to ihe tejnu of ticle of the Organic todltjjja Oarh from the hands of r I fwcar to befatthful to the according antfitt Wiled Senate its to defend and fti of tle tobjHSJppltftbe All look the i mSffti formabty to iir aTier Fotetgn made a rtaarrangements made for into relative to the InttemtiMes of rhe Princes and States of Hke liofc advantage feeing Th Palatine willi lot JprjjDGa SyrfcttMbc of a netcflVry eoun ihc Regulation indemnities been tq corive tpelbbliflk them in a progeny that the Howfe Baden ic than jtrUiewjbut it has been f neceflarytoibftifyjJiielpfrcle of which fituattd the greater IQerflnaaic States J andI thejwrft Confui is highly tbat in this the policy of thq French as it cannot hut jfec pleasureanaugmeDtstion of Povrr graQtcd to I wHofp vhave fo long obtained for hint the of Europe alljances have Io honourably HW conduct during tiic coucTcbf the partitularly the grlti if alJO with Jinccrc that France and cohjipeUed to take Sccularizjuion thebafir rtcoenized the poffiliiiity 6f iti the Empire in and that they prppufcd to aQijiu to hiiri nato title and of yet to to thcrDiet fome general confide to ferve at a hafTi for interior regulations wliiqU are called for by the new nizatiun of the Germanic Ihe rinOonril andthe of a diluted lone by the defire of of tid uainfluehtedbjfaDyj perlyiial have iothingon their to prefent Diet of theEmpire AII ot wKich it appears impoJBble to ler more io the ipirit and test of the of more analogous to the political re of or room favourable to the maintenance j The tw6 Govtrbrhents of France Rufiia are that the time which been pointed out for that willbe fufiicieiit for thedecision of tlic Germanic and thatjhey fhall ixpciicncc in the long prof rity whichwjirrtuft a fwect and Ituuour reconjpcnft for the efforts which they have made tb cure This Reriptt followed by Wan of which is prrfenred o the Diet by the FrfinCt artd Qf this tall parti which txlatcs u the King of Great i The King of iW quality of Elec ipf and it bcmgiipoVtaH rftat He fnould defilt thofc it propofed hat Hvc tyillvbpnc which ahtady alternately to tfic Houfe of liquid devolve li him ia under the following f that the ICing of Elector if T renounce aflhu rights and ptefcenlkuu to and i that he will in like manner abandon to the ct of the Rights and Property eh pofTctrcaiu and withiu r that he will cede the Bailiwick of WildJHau to the Duke of and hit right ttftpccvcri TSueccffion of the Cwtnty of Sayn Attcnkireben to the Vce of he Fian of the Gsrmn Indemnities being thus tlly arranged under tbe aufpices trance and ft dwbr tliatir will be defiimively and carried into Peace of Evirope vvill upon com to the Palace of Avith tlie Prcceflion v acCQtnpanied Courirt who has thfegftbt nirife arivtd irdjrn Parts jnibaUonof Ufige The has fallen on the Senator of Uh RearAdmiral as for the coafts of This on board an AidedeCamp of Tunis reparation due to Franfte for the to various atfd by thar ken four NeapoTitan vejletsoff and aPyr tugutfe hipMn of crew tlietnfelvcj in to 4dvrherijor 38 unfortunately pertifhftcjrtwo only one if whom waa a A polacre was alfo ftitdcked by the famecorlairs but andreiiretl to where it hoiked thi Engiifli ija df der pYojJeed to A Fought dud torsk aToniflan gartiot t io pclacres which the gilliot AH thefvefFtils cdh veyed to the Ifle de la Augujl The filldwing is 3ttA rhenrc copy Treafy conclwded betvxeen Franre and the1 His Higlmofsthe Prince of formairy hcus the dignity of Vnited which now form the Bataviart lie he alfo formally all fire tenupns wfiatfocverj arifc abovcmentioa td alf domains and territorial fituatcd in tlie faid or in its Art Highntfg the Pfixcc of f aflTauOrangeDJl his their children and Hull enjoy pprniaiicnt or annual rent they tbe Batavian in the manner aa other poffofTors orients fn the faid IcnburgDictz for the xcflions in firft ictklc of ttic prefqii Highncfailialt aifhopric This of witn its Ihe Imperial in andVfnJr tjud iaScmthrrirSwabia with HistTrgbmert fhall for In full foyereign for be in his the Imperial territory to hall engage to fatisfy ejutting ahd acknoivlcdgtd claims to certain apperiaining to his in the courfc of This Ie determined bv arbitruturs K appointed die New Stntes be afligacd to the be regulated tn the jnale tlk oi ylie female JJiallxiUnr into their This to hisjaighytfs the a in cafe of he failure bf 9oytiUe to theJiojjSi PtujISais j the Firft Cqnful of ihc Cft The following on European in aa American Paper of the Two hundred and eighty years King of Charles Emptror of Ger King of poffeffor ff thedominions of the Houfe of Auftha in and Low of ambition ivhlch have ftucd reguUted the balance of RuJCa and Pruffia were thtn nothing j England wasnot to was ciyiliKed th and the American Culonies and toeiibet ofwhich vyere then England had tbe1 weight ef thatcould the had not feofe to throw his weight into afled from than from France was greatly and fhould have had his Aftcnwaids the troubles in France reduqed that country a ftate of and Philip King of reinained preponderant power of the middle of the 17th Louis advanced to the front as the leader of the European Charles of his e too and trufted bis Parliament too to that rank with Accoidingly Louis made many1 and annexed and a of be Low Cod Jbi yaft At that there were only three powers in the North of and Poland was and the lizc of hei army made amends for the Icantinels of liei wealth and Kuffia was not and PJ tiffia was not then gathered as a na Auftiia fosroed a balance in thi beginning of 18th century for the of fSpaia1 then an Autlriair and au its Something like a aclually maintained tjnr at all the ambition to efta blifh a untve fai monajchy but by great good fortune lufficient obttacles to its accomplish tnent alfo Thcfe were found in the com bination ot the weaker By thV treaty of in Germany was condemned to endlefs Ics tftate So veieigniies werie fcarcely to be counted or con tin irame df theFrench pcopl coninniSjort ot T the ceded qr coufjuertd ibey ftipuhtcd iil this His Majetty thcXjng nels the Prince Of in likt manner acknowledge the his 2VI djcflytheKill g 0 the Prince of may takV r V Aiy Thfcprefcnt treaty fliall he tricing parties within 40 or fyjiner if v MARQUIS The whiijj cated yefierday of the feizure nndfloppage of the circulation of Englifh in France besii cop firmed by private lifters fjrijtiv The Cini of Poliee entered hou fes and Wddh fdny la ft arid exhibtjingan order from lie all fhe Ehgliih Vht any more oh This of putting an end to a by tltf orgiimerijtru though ir be much for the goodnefs of party that has to Yet French at the French having con before their fear of Fouche and rfarUig toteceiveairy Jilh will te dcprivrd of ohe ihe rhoft airy will te deprived of ohe ihc rhoft fertile fuurces of filling recom mend their cafe to the Conful to grant them an of a Letter from dugtifl a Yeflerday arrived AuckTand Captain ftom duty the Capiain L wiih twelve The hews by thefevellels isr that very ftrrff irarch thwEnglfH are fuffered to Je but carried 40 thff Minfttr of P it is had been about not only at bu ar other Poiah v4iere it is likely they be The Walfingham Packtrt ar palm on rh Mflndrty in She bings iiitrllijjrnce ihc F enh given to him for purpofe by the Fiift i I a r Firft recondufted by the fame ceremony as on his returned hnving becautt who guilty of fnme baggage belonging to the Frertch His fudden departure had a Confidemble degree of alarw at this is affair we hoold will admit of eafy Whateveris diVtded is and in politics whatewei is is eapofed as a AcN in every war Germany furniihed foldiets far and her own ions were employed to fcut one anothers Hclland had fome pairiotifm one hundred agu has fince and inilead of the it ia the auxiii of far espcdi and the leidom foil in the tjo for theic becaufe aie ia aft agaiuft it isi that the places of ope have lately proved naore jjaffive to have made a merit of iing Lhemlelves t prcfem pofirton of it is obvious that Jrjyice She has gained atfdiog te ritory to her dominions equal in fize She has gained rela Aullria to a and Uy that anccnt rival to fuch a degree as to Pruffia has gained prodigioufly by was natural to think tliat Pruflia fjefconje powerful edoftgh to t toe unexpectedly that Pruflia has aidedrpower witfidut gaining entire is but is ftjonger than cyef kuffia is more than ever Donderating power of the Of euurfe it tbit Pruffia jippn ialnoretban afraid to and perhaps moie than ever xeallf itt her to fecurc her fclf again ft Francis no Sweden and Denmark are no longer of any con iequencel Their arrnies no longer bear any o io itept and other powers have augiiDfintdd their rccs in proportion to thtfir1 riutnber of penrawk and Sweden of and re t i is annihilated as an independent inlteacf of balancing the power of a9 Latium was ally of Ruffia is a but fine font on the Frozen and the Black the cannot reach her antagontd in the fouth ot foe enough or to fave tEurope from iubjeclion but Great pqwcr therefote a manifeft ttrtgirell in The fuffieicncy the Bfitiili ibtce to ba lance thar will be has vttftly grown in naval ftrength jihat if France dominecis Gieat Bhtaifn is the delpot of the it will pe afkcd by the Ihall view the aggrandisement of France with when her no lefs formidable and much more in our as a competi often as a iyrant The anfwer that the modern balance of power Europe is only of the great The minoi powers are no the Italian even and ifaltic excepting are Either there can be no or it be foim ed by the tounterpnife of great therefore France Has gtown to inch a great nodwaffcan be The prodigious increafe the Britifh navy is fome but we a very for he tie mcndoui means and till more fprmidablc fbiiit of t It ia tbe Britifli confidered to an atftraft is too large and too fuperior in of iill other efpecially of onr But naval it may be faid ii rather left tering defenfive Andfurcly alUndppendentnationsbtfghito ofce that Great Britain weais it e gy it is not too great jfeat Bfrj from her If it be an fiir EerVi to be fo k ejearly a Itft evd foi the Ft power to be fteed from xhat France would 11 was foitneflf a great ai4 on Aufiria and But as Fiance key too weak fot that as the fall of her old ally Is not L l1 Se to ieen Ac poiTefs Uimfelt nf and not Sir Sidney he wdtild faaye and njayehed io ConflawmoplcVo As as Fiance rerpaini irtferror at Ihe will to ufe the Turkifli aa fttuion the Ruffians to the her troops andtefources to annoy the fe prre in feize a gare of at Icaft he does Turkey cannot be Jong and cannot fall without her It is hence the to al military in fofae proportion Hence the we of confequence one into infignificanre ed and taken their naturalr ic is tfiat itothing4 ftrength is any Ccurity tot national i as all tba weak States ajfo powersftawe in antl that France has outgrown them Great Britain incteaicd in commerce and has declined in But France haa alfpUed alii occupation but that of the She has de ftroyed and multiplied This has enfured her poverty and her It has filled her aripny and emptied on proTpe rity an impeditaentr to herjwftttfke mans labour is worth much in and it expenfive to ufe it in tfie It is of ufe to France only in the It takes bnglandy aiongitme to pnc on her at and with infinite Bat after it is adjufted to of vatt becaafc fhe accomniodates her to htt and induUry that is j capable of working Is dilplay tqem in ftitnifhing we that the by difecmkig v her to a dangej and infinitely beyond what fte had RJ apprehend the connnuarice of the eatperiences no She wUljnot let her troops She will or make But England has increafed in military ftrength and fpirlt Our Democrats are fifty enough tax think that nation to ftanding The tr uth isa effective militW of the leal con dilutes the fofcc of Ic is the nation that holdsI the v Add to the vaft increafe of theBritifli power in On the we may that Great Britain will be able to maintain the port of glory and danger in which fhe is defend heifelf without making nations nor i it poffible that her fall Jhould happen without to the derice of all othep France cntmousof commercial gteatnefs but the fplflt thatColftert and thatfeemed to balante hefpirit of chivalry of the is apparently1 France is more militaryarid lefs rtcrcial than ever he was before j on the is more than ever The balis of her naval fopcriopity s Hence we may infer that Britain wifl continue to beat Fuvnce by This teviev to in a proper the ic be of difarming the Lotted a time of unprecedented danger all Europe is Hiding from its oldfoundati while France is pounng myriads of and ringftreakeri banditti and is ready to vomit them on our we ate hbaltfully confignmg fnir little at my and pur navy to the his In peace only that armiei can be It is in peace only that navies catr be and a very Inng preparation is nfqinTiiei We have abolifhed revenue i hat no poor ihan the collection of which fenl no fon Jaborious poverty fupperlefs to to build a fleet ufficient for out and whifltey are to go and our commerce to fhacklcs t Nothing is cafier than for the United Scales to pro vide 30 fhips of the line and Such a force would protect our and for want of it Fiance gjone has plundered us of morethan fiich a fleet would have to and equipi and maintain dining the late It is to inquire what need we of forcei nation that neglects its naval and military pdWjr will not preferve its Wcaknefs nj Si vu facemfara a maxim of but not ef To be without force or cieafure ufexlfo be deemed the courfe for a Goveinment to without Butj of it is deemed lobej yet a kft evil than that our Government like an old hip up for it hould be without How loqg fhall whwfe views are ;