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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 4, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                inftallation of the new Cnizen took plae laft Tuefday morning in the gcat hall of the national The ceremony was conducted with thegreateft fo letrinity he French Mmiflar SaMceiti affifted ai together with the rfcftof thecorps Gfucrnl An extraordi nary of As foon lary fil from in name of the Coniulra ihe firft Membetsof jhe next the letter df the Smate to the Firft then the decree of the election of the Dige laftly the letter from Bonapane to thd I Arch bifhop Senate in a to the newf made a fuitable On the I ft of IdrW month the Engl h hip Captain having a detachment ot was thrown by a wrmpeft on the of Port in de partnttdtot w here the weather and the daknefs of the night brewnting thecrewr frptntifcejiaJning where they fired guns nf Citizen gunner at Bail rtiSfltihgi jumped of He oelct relieved the 10 them that they were on He then into the a ftorr after witiV Engtifh detachment que of ihip Preach T he Floenee dispatches itfceived Vienna the Ktivg ot Jiifruria remains in fuch a convul tfive MSto render him unfit to noldthe reins a change of cx IT take requeft ofthe Queen df and the J the advici of V nosinjey KarcslowS j he Wa ir ii fatd atfl as feover had 10 iailfrom take their Sicilian IV ties to Barcetoinv was expected1 oh the of thit memos dwriftofed of twelve and tAdmiral Affer Mibe King and Queen of was proceed to for tlie King of LewisXVIHX xiho ftill keeps his CotyrMt it is Tetter received by tlie lias refufed to annual that a inthe 4tf forfeit his ifitlepf tq Kingdomi of of pbtaiinjng fome dayor others This jnhappy written pud them for Ojfferj but he begged to decline jiany flipulered or ta them pro per hi exigencies might i in the proud Ihope of on he of hi jftot riwd by Hnnce board the Wff corrifaw Jie was oupe approafcfefcd Engtifk was nken and the StyeBify fl Prince gave the Kings rite lialth of his Brirannic a falute The King as a the rofperity of the King BrhaihandJre on whuh the with l a8 j gu hi ihe hf alth of i Prince f 96 Auguft i the ng ivneervice in the ef Church of It is about buiIram hirliWKl Wrtiinlc1 fhall ifs w thill ferftriiCV wV muff sma fbtitfiJU ffrrjyrjfjng MaHfe bef 19 definitive inpernenji wuft ben made i privtre by Earl of irning tran ilny prevails in Cornel Stephenfon totaiiy imrrthUcMed and de yd iiHliis means of ever trouble ne j faysthftle Ivrti t termiiidied meuibnifniwii pfijhc I the Companys autboruy been acknowledged the province of CounMarHHl was on Friday held On board at for theifiat of thfr of the of 18 peel in conlcquence of Wfhich fhip had been nearly The Ranger was at employed conveying volunteers frolti to and pruVidenrtally all taken except fuch as was kept for caught and exploded with letting the fhip in afnd he by fcuttling the and half filling with The pnloper was found guilty feverely and muklcd months he extra in nn has been re d from 96 the duties no more than 35 price of that in advanced to zyp per vin uotb pf jhe kft ytar and prefcnt is voy that a as demand t is gicaiiy The New York Gazette of t TEBl cdn We arc all in anxious of what is to be our Tlicrc arrived here on the two French diriaiched by a Fnnrh frigate in to Vera in fearch of money for the want of in our money aner binding the money for the were to iiavc proceeded immediately to Vera Cruz has up to no the voffcl and we flyalt have an to earn foirtttkmig of1 the intention of their Oovdra ment towards this You will be furprjicd tp learn the hat groen no ad vice whatereron hiteJefting fubieA to its agrulB They know nothing at all tqore tfian what contained in private or what is from the American Th people in office a rein general conlldcnt of retrocdlion being agreed arc to fecure their pro pr from the fraternal rafatlovfiifi of their dear Trie Yellow FeverHas cOnfiderabe mortality at the in Many veflels lofl the whole of ihetr creWi late ex ceifive ilSortaliry in the ifland of Trinidad fuj prtfed t9ihave been occafidned by the hueshravy and inceffarit rains immediately preceded Se veral of the fettlers Maniniqjie ore UB mbving to l of the Blacks in Guadd loupeT moft of the plantations in Bffjifrre and Cabefterre tvere They even pulled the coffee and cotton gut of the and cut inpieces Of the French troops that were landed in that more than halt had died previous o the iyth of cannot recover the darnage it has futtained for and molailes are its only prefent articles of i commanded at Gua he Government of Lepanfeis by the Firft Gcver and hasaflumed the Government of that ifUnd rrtoft of the Englifh who fettled there while the Colony was in our hands the num berjof whom was great BLACK WkstjNDM of the eight regiments as apptar to have been criminal m Mutiny at are tijbe fern ro Halifax and to ihe Eaftlndies numbers haye other eleven regiments is in a ftiort time tobe fent to ihe or we imderr to pcrfjeitipn geheral were or V trie whofecon ditian ir might be fupbofedprecluded thiem from confideratioris ori tfie in letters IJermudaV ro be fb the change thai cbm ihutionj wtre York Ca zettei the Gentlfirtjar continues thtjs of thVWhites at Mar inique RS the and whjch is very muchr dresided b5f the The BerrrwdaXSnzetti td he 171 h uhich inat the revolted haJ emiffaries to Mar view 10 that iappily This Jourpa addsp ihe andfatfiy is agamft the refidept planters fcarearid dearar Croixai the Iftour fold at 24 dollars per barrel and pork ajt flour the difpaiches from arid this Mails froft and arrived wit ftench Papers tothe and batch Pdpefsto the At length the time bf departure for leaielParii n a forvnignti couffe Lord leave London at the fwrhe 1 Important atrtVed ftorri Gerrna Th laft Munich a Convenrion had been entered into between the Ba varianand Aufirfnn by which the Mking pofTeffion of Paffau delayed tfnti funher fhould arrive from the refpeclive Later advicts from Ra rifbon that of Bavaria re fufed to ratify thefe and ordered his troops to takeimmediate pofleffionof the difiricl of ceded to him as part of his The in with thefe gave notice to the AuftrianGeneral of the rapture the confequence of the Aufirian Geheral immediately advanced vith his J7th totipof ffjjiav of lie and Btfkofnc ef on loth Jides of the Inni only ot that part which is to be ceded to the Gtimd Duke of Tulca but the EJedtor of gence of this unexpected rneafure was ifarrlerfiately fent the French and Rdffiaif Mi nifters after conferring the PrufKanj prefinted a ftrong Uote to the Auftnari protefiing rrgaihft the conduct of the Auftrian Ge nrral as conjrary the difpofuions of the Conven tion of the1 4th The Auflrian Mthtfler that Communicate the to his As foon as the news rsvhed the Elector ordered large bodiet of troops to begin their march declaring that he would take poffef fionofall his Indemnities without Highnefs it is fhewn great firrhnefs throughout the whole of the courfe he Lknows that he will be fupported by Raffia and Every thing tends ro prove that the Court Vienna is by no means fatvsfied withthe manner in which the Indemnities have been Ar Bonaparte has favoured the Senate of the Ligo RepubJk with a in conlequence of his appounment of the A fhorr retrofpeci of fit tie advice for not After having complimented them upon their jfideHty to and upon their having caufe of th Great People their he it h fab ro tell you that the great Powers may yet feel Ibme refemmenrat your but tneFiench People vvilF always confidcr your intertffs as their He them to re place their wretched galleys with good fhips ca pable of protecting tfceir Levant Trad to profcribe all and to infti into their children an affeclion for the Great cheap at Martmigue at the of fo been unable ro find fold at tiine doIbrs pef and other Several off the of revoJred Blacks in have beenCent in irons be tranfported tfttherMartrltJuA AmfrjcaiS ate flared jofittveltift two hun dred vefifcis and their the troubles jq 1 Atrnoft continiied inthu part of the be greater part of fhernomhsof May arjd f Qn Friday laft a Duuh Fleet of 17 fail two arrived at wiih Dutchfettlm for Surjnam and De he0utch are uimoft expedi fending out civil and military officers tor pofreflion of all the fettltmema rettbred to them by the Treaty of r Swedes were more tartly than the Danes in taking jjofleffion of their Barn thjolomews remained in charge of an Englifh offi cer and 25 men on the aoth of troops of the Dragoons are on route from Saliftury to fot the porpofe of embarking for and having jthe zjjth regiment On were well on on their pefTage to The of 38 is fh ringout at ibr the purpofe of carrying Sir Wanen to It is fuppbfed he will be allowed to retain I hefrigate in the Bal to attend f The fum of livres per month hat been by order of the French to the making of improvmems i dcflined to bt the recepiacle of ihe Mo numentsof Art taken in Italy t as lor the Na tional Accompanied by hit ami aparty of gentlemen has been canvafling the city of for the vacancy occafionei by Lord futceflion tu the title of The of Nettwjed U refign his temtorws it only 23 years VHOM THE An article from fpeak of a Treaty about to be entered into between that State and the French by which the former is to renounce the Iflands of and to receive in exchange GveilUt and its A Stnatut Conjultc h is about to be if for tht purpbfe of regulating the order of diftrtbution of in in fuch a manner as to conciliate the rights and tnterefls of the Proprietorj jfnd tlie A ditpitte is in an article from to havearifen between the Emperor and the garian TfBe Palatine has pm from Prefburg to to make tepre ns agavnft feveral propofitions made to the Piei by the General ihe Helvetic troops charged with an againft the fmaller has ertablifhed his Headquarters at He is inflrucled to ufe every means of yjerfuafion Conciliation and only to employ in the lafl The by Prtifliaof the Countries afligned to that Pawer as Has rndurd flveral other States to addrefs thero felves to the Emperor of Ru Hi a and the Chief Con that they may be permitted to take fimilar It is pofitively that the French Go vernment and the Ruffian Aftiaaflador at Paris are 1 favourable this although Count Cobenzel has already made ftrong reptifentations againfl from the Hague flat a French Army is to frfe aflembjefdonfbi for of fenfiWe purpofe of Military parade when the Chief Conful ihail vijfit but more probably for the more impprrant of influencing and acce lerating the of ihe Diet of This morningwe received thr French Paper of the is completely filled with from all pans of to Firft on his late 11 AVC may judge from thefe France is at i his mo ment ine happiefl Natbn ia the and Bonaparte is the moft bountiful difpenter of blef flags that ever w0K bf flowed on Pco of all parties fettn to vie ith other whcrfhali be mnH forward and moft fervent in their of At Straf we are told that the Prate flant Churches end Jewifh not Outdone cvenby the friefls uf thie in their re mQnJpratjons of ThV of Aiijjufi was a Fcjlival alike all Rdbfa an Ipgium in the grand were there and ifftred up for profpe riiy of the Republic the It is worth while to murk the exprefllons of thefe and to treafure them wp in our H time may the Ffencl fuch or thele oHet aft ufeful leiToh to Nt the tefraint of all received opi nions and prinbiples is order Nature a ftrohgtt tofnprelBve fotte to keep fociety from falling to One expreflion addreft of of the defervet to They to the Firft Cbnfuli Like ypu Ijptf hut of bwef t9 nappy than you hivt to the lofs of oheday all of benefits In this piece olF refined corn par ifbri between Bonaparte of the RortuA requires iiO Schimmelpenmnck is expecled t6 return the Hague for the purpofe ofi receiving hit previritrtVy to hit ifot thji o as Ambaitadot from the BdrariaA It is pofi ivelj in a private letter L that the abrupt departure of Laities was occaHoned by tome very extraordinary aliens tons manifefleid to Madame tames by an ous Perfonage belonging lo fjbat The Lady Au gofta has lately fbefft on aVfit to the1 Duke of at has brooghv hotne wiih him letters from His Royal Highnefi tothe which Completely do reports whicti fome time ttt the prejudice of the We are happy to announces the arrival of the Duke of f wardbound in Purfer of the Walpole landed with the fdr the StH Laft Tuefday cifeOffice amounred lo the enormousffiirh of quarter of a million of VrtWe The French Government vvill em if it perfevere in the war it taken againfl the Pirates and the may force rite Corfairs out of the feat a Sum meribut the Epigrams will keep the field fix day M 1 W It Wcertamlytme that Bonaparte fcas reftored to the Duke of Richmond his property in Sunday morning a meeting toofc place near between a of Ltsn and of in Thiss Duel has been pertd ing fome time jU we from fome which paffld be tween the parties at a forrnct therein was a and Cjkjit Ipcond to hisf op Immediately after the lent a challenge to who declined acwpthig fet for the orr ftik be met wiih the Captain J A reparation for him x The appointlmenrs on Capt received thebaVt his right ftaggeced the frei but miiledv fold herr hoped he was nottnueh artd bagged they be frfendsj Capf and bid him take hw ground fired in theVir Capt baitpafled iHrough clothes in and ottnded him j on the third wounded in the right fide he wasinl capable of rettfrning the The Surgeons who pronounced fome Hopes of his Jordan met accident in the Thea tre at on Friday which had nearly terminated m a moft fatal manqen She was play ing the favourite characlef of Peggy to an flowing fcefce near the conclufion of the VvhereiheXpeaks from a the flame from one of the behind the caught the train of her drefsvand file wa inftantly in a Tfie one fide totally confumed before it eould be extingtrrfhed Mappily flie fuf tained no other injury than The AudietiCe teftified tiitvr extreme imereff for her and ifcroughout the whole Hoefe there was a general expreflion of got Ihro the ihe evidently laboured cpnfidera bfc deiprefljonof The tvToniieur ftill attacks the perfeveres in is that our Government permits a fet of retches who are guilty of fttion in to find an It is impoflible that the Chief Conful can give any credit to declarations fo injurious to the Britilh and fo tnconfiftent with Tis acknow iedged We are as the ftlbniteur is to be confideted as an official jour that Ke does not at once fupprefs fuch malevo lent and fuch improbable bels upon the Govern mem of a State with wlmh he is in He ought to and he really but that the freedom of the prefs in this country is one of the darling privileges of is a pri vilege like all other human enjoyments is often abided l but though Enghfhrhen areconfci ouj of the frequency of the they view with the umoft enloufy any attempts fo reft rain and too much vigiUnceon the part ot our Government innoking the dudUonsof would only expofe that Government 10 general odium But this is nt the cafe with the Chief whofe authority over the Prefs and there fore by not fuppteffingtheattacksof French Jpur nals the he expofes felf to the fufpicion nf giving fanclion to The charge then has been made upon the licentioufnefs of with much greater to rhe French than o the English Qoveru for one can reftrain the Prefs immediately with the flrong arm of but the other con not make the attempt WHhoutexcjting popular and lefleniug the fectiriry of an efTemial propoi Away then with aU thefe paper bullets ofthe brain onthe pan of and ai we have put an end to the horrors of let both fides forbear the profecution of luch Pmttil   

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