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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 2, 1802, Dublin, Dublin Tw OP SAINT FROM THE OFFICIAL CAZSTTE or SAINT of the on tin between the Ciwl and Military at the July t ony of Saint Domingo ia in a 3tej of Colony charged with the W fupport of the fUtc of the AdmjAidrattob v Afniia find itfclf obliged to iKirc ircdurfc to the Xentrer thi wjajt intervention Himfclf jto His1 wll wapt he addreft will is in in confequence of tbe prefs of the French and length datermijrtcd hot thfc tfcjat ifefef cotlrie Ts totaif from Carthlgtina to Naples to bring lt iscorppoli anr ttflht tern bf Ac ArWibfl PtefcA of the PC ofPtquinrij the aiUqf the of and Whcuever they It mearu thoiit WsartjeOSWtatel JrVefcjaandt partmentyibcingthe Chiefs of the iforthat njfltrnneddlingl Itfthel d by J larmed for t he hfea differences and Regency are m appeafing the Ha fo thai Spaiiifhvefltfls may with faiety the e v r has declared war againft and by the lOCdrAtfmifari The port oTTrtjJolKU nVw blacked up by theSwediJlh nnd American quadronj frorti a French frigate and ir have ilte Ifland Thii fflih hU welt finceevi defpotTtoit reigned for jl and one to ti tKe t a Ge This he adually ith at the ttote When Pinto waited upon Him toi The f llowrng Is complete fuininctfy late difpaiches frrb the We have recrivcd of fent from tliC Houfe of onvthe of juhejal communicates to t fi tn toagree 4 i copy tHe that there have days in the Northern dl caffBvor pf a very malignant Tfefc of alth of tharplace s rculated iUfik i Lon con r numbert of it have comaihra rtumbfer of f i ToltoWrdr prefs of atlorSy embarkedort board the veTTeU which imme w Senate lws jrn1 tEliCe who tfuring ihe Inft the troubles Canton of to juftke as well as and will bfrge approved by all the triewdsof the t HAG v 1 5 oT tritral Uattfinck arrived tHeday in the The this u merited eulogium on fhe The led wuhotit iii fbr another W aiiumeroas detacrUiieijj of itftCoofnl wtlhw tfcat all his troops that fcTsral Merchants of Am ed nvv parehoufes iorcW arriififiv iti great vards year a able coflEee wftftfihas VemainedCnceifKe war in and BatHvian rellored fince id merchants bf the ij 1 i InxiurlaR we alluded to the fudden departirrie fhe French frtarj The mo tives tannpt divineifee ctaufesr rfiai IfKJufd u I eiicccd i rt g by iri they have that c mid affecl fof the f bat tjie maWge tfeatf9scWe the feeing drmvned day ifcene were iviQi anjiyefterday there were three d isfa tlwt ont he 23 d large Body ol troftpi ihe Seine pretence of with regard to of JC tnc con j which f inajfcfeuoivor violence of jfV iajacter of faying he difeutii on which can happy raldtions anU evenVender Jiivt the Auftrian lencral viio tecfiived orders the ofthewmp a week r6 the ivarian rVoops JbJ obliged pafs haft to enter Qn this inietli where iigconfercnc ho h m bis die ferritf that btderis rjad f from the of Tntld nt fae ojfcujiiecj till the apmem when the fliouid to a final termingion tn iiKr To avud it agr fte of Ibouid boccupied by party till farther orders neral tiariels inirncvljawjy deCamp to to inform th EtetMor of had taken pla Ctintojied his tropps in villages the frontterS f ihfr A cemcnof fix im larely fen I General on the reinforcements the cimp of We are to refajt Ww A of tharedl on Jpeneral En vtfy JVIihifter rienipatdntiiJy of the leftl tKis CourwrvVheifYnrriSng of ii rritafura which hetoolcfromhiiWl and which is the conftant replied civilnies 11A id frt J i f IT cbnflant he s rcfidtnt et theCourt ExrrafoTdinary tlie French Republic rcfo lotion of with the JEloyal Highnefs the Jfrince mj bas ordered hie to com munipteto you this which is the tiioSe looked fptu bad received mbJi as this ven An attack upon theJPjefs arfeiv of noihing ofarnore trtinous nature can b Ju lid llccufer f otlr crimes die difgraced the runs of every infamousairailanthat efcapitfs frym of foiling paragrapK copy froftr an American piper A letter New jrorin dated tith to that ati was quiet Hit place j that the markets were efpectally pbrkj high in much To induce a fupply the duty on this artfcle r who arrived at Yfrrk the in elrven daysfrom HepufaJica dates that ihe fever flill raged among the Frervrh troops in and carryingoff great num Tluy have from tvo to three days It alfo Breyijiled in fome degree among theAme the Perfecl trdnquilliry was rcdbred nnd the people enjoyed ibme of iheir future op WESTINDIA Ytfterday the day fi xed u potr tor the cere rnoiiy of the firft fhip into the great Thenameof the fhip madeufe ofvas The ffeqry newly and one of the fineft in the WeftIndia had been lying off in order o be admtitta Into fhe Yeflerday morning Ihe difpifiyed an appearance as beautiful and fplendid can be conceived her and rigging were decorated with about two hundred elegant which reprefemed the colours of all ihe na tfons jrnhe Four of thefe wereinamvdiatelj to our own The Brtiifh Hain dard washoiftedat the On W was the the lac K tod jft flke vv the g reat ftfteniid t6 a which mizenpeak to the Thedifierent other colours were flying torn the the and other ropes nicating between the mafts and the Among the colours of and thofe with ihe reateft ivere the mofl Yhe Thofe of vyere flying near larboard fitfe Penlamis of all defcriptJons diflingualhcd jcftimonies of TfejgaVd foUndeflbn ih ejiiire ing fttbfiftingtfetween ihis Monarchy andthe French and ihis a moment when thsre no objeJl af difcufiion which could in ihefmaUcft degree the frfcttdlyrelaiions whifhlhis Royal and will make to pT You will the good Mtoigive notire 6f above yoafrefpedive A letttr trrm Liibon It is faid ihe of Gfritrai Lafnes is grounded on ihe rcfwfal of cerioiii fatisfACtiro required by awiTtacuIy cocccded on the conclufion of Sviih a of eluding them j which is proved by ihe General Agreeably t the orders of the Pirii de iitiinocl eiihrr ihe immedinie fulfilment ot or paffports to Tbe laft was complied and he left Liibon four Jays ago with his Secretary of in all hafte to It is Central Lafnes made a free wavtd yardrirmand thf fp niuvec aiQidO theplauditd iAbout tKe commu Ousting rrVtr were heT fhlply tH in by men op eadrfirJe whoUere about orie bujdred iii thro tKe bafgin wawery At bfte en uered the great on w hichV th company on board of together iwith the pcopfc gavethrtechfeerr Thfe baritj on as well the band of the jkosdon which Was on played the was by attending the the dyeaidn and ce formation and confequence df on greDrrchjr contributed their full the of thi Ennplre atja eii applications made to burthen country Jrtoop been fcftt though on the Houte the conditions infixed as tibnal and i from the firfl eOsrbBfiiment bf a mem of cavalry to the then ftationed itf the Mand and the adth regiment of Dragoons was fnv itwas not at at any fubfequent confidered a pennanent That recent occurrences ini Windward ant of dcfcrtion of fomc of the Black fully juftify offhc people from hiving a force of thisdtfcriptfoa tn their That in the fubOitute offerdd by the AflemWytOpsy and ooo White at the ftJc taptnWe ofthe np Houftf COnGder ii to be comply reqwAtion paying and folc of rnejir i cd on Conftitotiiutal Right and That whenever Jut be upoa fatd Re by addUg nbtwith ftanding the diftrcfs front ttef caufes difiicnlty additional burthfenii bting imprefled feafe the eijjediency augment blifiurient to rhe extent recommended bjHbu to evince their and in the fup port of the Briifftti tht prpvifion df for the iif tended augmented force ive frbin year to fo long render ftitb anum or any ncceiTary forprofevftioh dc fcncej hi addition to tkc for which the liland ready pledged to And the QuefHoa put iipoa the faid the HoUfc and it paffed in die L the Houfc do agree to the tit ftifienad To rrioorings lay next Iftitaurtli ofAJemtly opjh of Jw PubKflicd by commanded by the Governor to lay before the Houfca rough eftknate of the exprace of df Black together with a fUtcmuU of rhe Mailer re aijd the probajrfa annUaF maintaining exclufivc uftlie ufud fuhfiftatiCe of the Honour ar hd finds it impoffiblc Aatidn the or to carry on their ncceffvy advantage to the or the fervice in gene without having the and controul of thtBar rack the Houfe bf Aflembly facrifice private convtaicnce to tile public exigency of thin very material object entnifl the management thereof to an accordingly for ihat Hi j Honour trufts be ftrtly to refer the Aflem bly tq tJvc PrcpofaU made to lie Boardof for the of the new JJurrack fent to the Houfc in a former to prove to the Honours undertaking to jeipcnd thc entrance bafoftrahd of thate are four The Eai of Hood Ho HajvUftrbury Sheffield and Glm Smifh tor4 Sir Alderman went oil the fhip ifrnmiwhkha falute rif was Upon their fleppjng p6n By that t unei The Roaft 6eef of Old which the bane ftruok at this they were invited fo elegant cold was provided for the company on and of which they partookt At two oclock they landed from the under a dtfcharge of fourteen fired aaa fecond and aftej wards they returned to dine with tne at the London Shortly the Henry nnother called iht entered the and wak brough 4 to a The former was but the Ut contained between eight and hundred heads of fugarj which will be the fit ft goods pofued in the new which there are three now ready for tne receptions tor interior wiitout thcaffiftanfcof than any delay of that mcafufe would defeat the objccli for which that lujni The Houfe bf Aueinbiy having Wet oh thfr22l came to R Yideration of the above Meffvige ufual period ot raretingfbr of public As foon as the hews cif the reached Marquis GovernorGeneral bf imrttedrately difpatched the Companys in TllfWnponya iheDukeof fell m with t the of and received the firfl of the unrTcrftand by a private letter received from that Marquis GoVerporGeneial of had determined to leave the for in the month of January Four of the perfpns mentioned in tfte Moititeur W having been guilty in and to have found he her in w been ap are now ib ordtr co lie prehended oiiT GocrRiftan are
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