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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 7, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                The plans of tlie Vienna M nilev s by a fries of Vvhirh leave n j vvith Mpedl to its fmUX in The Generals ertwnarrdrng irs Troop ed oiv frontiers of our c have lw8eTsti btciipyv not only rhe the Gcaud Duke of Tuscany by rhe 4tu of but alfo all that he Hmfo Auflria for that iniippofinon i tli upott between the po have nvtfrvened in this Irrtporant Al fhe part of Bifhopric of on the left bank of ih and ail that Bivaria which is n me right ofilat the faltrirs of Reichenail and the revenues of wh at by th AutlTiatj We fcnow that de Hugel during his in this had negdtiated of that bin didnot fuciceed in his riegtv What Auflria obtain by airica arrangement is to acquire by force of that Jier hftve ac fntprfd tfje Bavarian villagesandt on i lie nghr of the tha the terri tory that form the Jt is been p ogjtpjeted i n in ike Grand O u ke of Svltr andt tpi the has Jflsdffdrfw part of name of ThVabbev of and he given tothe Grand been occupied by Qn ten General Meer feld toQJt Salljfciirgk The towns of occupied by Meerfejil pubUflied ftinirig in That the Adrian troops by His Ma the artd in the mime of tlie Grapd tukc of in the falfijjirt ot the of Salttiuurgb Saltz maintaineaia thegovernment j SnA iftyii every remain tlwftr on the antiehf by 5 v LetWsfiMm riau to tajfe poCTeftion oft ftivvc received has been trfin number of foldiers compajiy togoand nifler 10 the is going I It appears to be fffef KKOlil JAMtka The Rrencti QffScial hflppy to is ocraipied with internal Addreflcs to the regulations of nt outhorlfed to of thelndetnnittes under the ratiftcation o rURrVtu proceedings the Kyrbmirg are abrf ferif tljat his Imperial Majefty may the gniU and demanded which Whad orve luj The Burg 1 you tisiwonfirJer the a punifhmenu given you 30 6 Louiiroi jfrantv ileryoir did not recjucrf 10 bt uflderVarreft man ot name of ah accorriplice f the confelfed ihe another alone denied buMft hewn depofitiorwoi tlve withdrew his endQpeen of Spain left Madrid ior Barcelona oft the J ab ot a fortnight ptoftt rtere has been rnanifelled in and towns a flipht degree of intereft of money has The caue is not at all cohijetffet ivirh who attribute it to fheTKAglilli Papers do roi much honour tQiheEtyglifri enrvijgh the French Gavernment Ali the Proteftant the extremely difcontenred with the Minifter Portnlwj ajadi fcas jevernl of efteern for may rurn trcumttance of trian and Very cohflderableuneafinefs to and wakfor calnincfsj tJiiat tnc Auftrian troops arc only autJiiphTtd to require tl articles will be jjroidcd by the drhnr tlif Couft of Vienna fmforittiitly tnV Fnch nd Courts the Giand than ihofj given biti by A fimilaf declaration has rhe Smfesrof otT th ttl i atii for u for ii pafrof iY is diredled In tfie beginning of Augoifm armyWf unread intq the has iintyred the of General v e of o commanded the wrrny Of puled to in Italy iu the He and Prince de he V f ia rtS frfo Pa HfaU V V one in mom a f it the Cvrieral Demi had hctd i he ince Idng con fe4i5ice frJaiive to ihe1 of By th to General Derpi r that Ije could TjbV hwkV any op thai the ipight occopy city 5 ibiuld take pafftffian of his and he would guarantee ihc of the fhwW The General Vviflfon i day to an3 in the prdence of ipqi fhould not the As 6hr 4 hid been pied fhe fort ti it in a menacing norlimg more than bin they nre receiving General in which W fcr deceived him it is be lieved that trhe exjwt a for they ftave caufed all their lioipitals injite villages on lha righi bankof the Inn tobe and luve a grearmauy f1 the Auftrians are tnaking oo the tfOiniers of Bavaria become more every It is known that a prru lama titjn has been prepared the Court byt it nut yet been The inhabitants iflSthendiua have been inviiocl 10 make and fend hofpiial at 23 Germany is atten tive to what is palling between tlw Bavarians and AuHrians relative to Pa According to letters iHm the are deterniined uiafl n h Hic iij boforp ot wliioh is enjuvhig a pro found txcie more curiofity ihnn appte hanfioo If the of the Bavarian to take pofTedion nl be cunfoirmble to the plln agreed uponbetwteu France nnd theie is u doubt that the will evacuate as fuon as rhe Diet of the frnll have us fane rbMo the ofdeY of In the time Satzb has bjei by General Meer felrlr huve aright to oppolc th Java rifjjntjo poffffffion ol the indem of the do they nor bv and by Ke of Jal iimilar mealy rei on pah of other S Long may this ftaie contmup Bonaparte let ilie tremble arhit nrid we at TeaR fhall not difturb vlrfcWSVtHey dn not presume to the rtver hlghfpirited wnich of on admirflriott By article from to the ken endeavotirth rnents of hazard the fefiff the eftbroach but when tL 1 out from officiates in of tire hod writ ten po memorialj ro tliar iheGbvern mew i Id in its vi ifdorn Errmge he to he allowed fhe Minified of he re e any pfKis rriertliprials tiich indepcndenr SiAtes trfy s no wonder tiwt fmperia Majefly efan fconf ft Land fo tVe prtfijimjpfibnof fuJh The j h Elector i f J8a take poff ffi an as brs Hidtfrrvnif vyaiinsfo the fanflion of has n the Court of The has to and im Imperuii It1 be fiVm of the whether their their will the Auftriiui and Ba encamped1 with oaly tfaeVuer Inn ceived w nor prefehted to the ed thernfelves in their reffftSTar tht aijjdnlwprivilege of their habits they cotild not his i ich a pwn ji argued as hadhad prev iouflyto nbtatnrhv cnn of J aud promiCdrp report Ttfc ftfribig the n the q jyr LT peels that Kft p4tijjlyY MrMaBrrav foci wi to f ed the votu is1 vfr y faid arc the ientiments of1 a peaceable you ftvay leave I hope that eVery you rofolicit more churches and you may they ed to d in an Evening Paper of private letter the which cstrried to Fritiice are If ir flated bh fhe author u that over to t niiice are V1pp The1 followingare the of prptecdirfg at Pprts Sgaiuiirl e At ten in the all the Ofliters Po lice fjjread themfelves thoqgh and the of Palais they and wirKout fhewipg any and carried off the and pulilicaiioas and bre them to the l of the great flaircafe T he where they were burned in tlie midft of a circle formed by ihe horn tlie Guard of fJiat Body is The following morning the fame a private Letter from The mortalify in Domingo is of fo dread ful a nature as to afford unewfinefa to the though little doubt is entertained of the permanent fccuiity of that extenfive LOuverture continues his myfle rioiis journey through S me fay that he is to be conducted to there to tried by 3ut whatever his fentence may I realon to Bonaparte will extend to him that irercy which the new conttitu tion him to In regard to trean cl have appeared In concerning the property France to ihe puke of learn pll the of State in France has done declare iliat b conifi deed as and that the adsplacing them on lift are null nnd void It U not a Freneb man but ns an Englifimant that the Duke of mond claims the tefioratioo ofiiis property Jn pmfuant to the treaty of whicli rhd fiMjueftration of property f all kinds T belonging to the Subjects or Citizens of eitlrw Pwwer fhaU be immediately taken We cannot fuppofe tliat this momentary ebulli tion of hofleft in jhe ot Vrermav lead to any In the prefen Hate of emerged ffotn one of ihs fe fteever totally and otivevety fide ipiritbf the great Frederic would fnrink from fuch p conteft at v in ion of her large the imprpve naentof acquired advantages furer Way cf retrieving her than the ptrferyarioiinfany proviirs4Vo a diftlnited and thnnftlefsconfedtfracyk The 301 d riot rhen of rbejr Funds tlie lafl acCiunts Mr ihero this filence may coocludevithatthey ore not The itsauie whcri ifeeif not hf a narilre to produce any jfimtlnr effccM in this The fcarcny f rnoniy in end in contcqtience the hijilt in tut make people more tup ace their moiey on pttvatc thruvrnar of a not yet compjetely The neCfffiifes of the Courr the rnrrioupof a loan being in have tewed to a farther depreflioo of The EngUfh Funds begin ro recover from their late extraordinary cepreiiion t though the number of failures will prevetii thtrnfr lome time frem refumihg their natural We are glad to find that the caufe of General departure from the Court of las of 4 perfonal and unconnected wiihaiy natbnal It was ancient iu remains the fame in many other for the Government to farm cenain du in rhe cafe of Foreign Minif itis well thtfre is general exception irepaying the of the conn propottipn of Articles Drefs and ahey chufe bring In fuch it is where the duties the Government to make good the attrourit of rliern to in every the packages under the cogni zance the right of they are permitted Were n fa gc other it is kmpoilible to calculate the numerous which would On thy to Raines being landedat the ufuul being rfifputearpfeT but they in the Laf preFumieg on the power fajs wrote a letter to de the Form goefe infifting on diU mlffhl of thoftr or he mould leave M de Pinto endeavoured 10 reconcile him to ihe ufnges but in The to it is arriv in fhe courfe of thS as he left Paris on his return to the Hagurvtp receive hi ere our iSiinifter to is on his way Andreofii isexpelled in a now ihe is returned to the neighbourhood of Metropolis and Otto is preparing for hii taking with him the eftetm and icgwi of dne who values talents employed in promoting the gf the two coun The according to a Continental Pa is the precife time allowed by France and Huifia for ftMtttng the in each depart ment of the Germanic ten days for ihc Deputation tq lay the bufinefi before the Diet j forty days for hp deliberations and ten days for digetting the So audacious are our tWevej a gen tleman at Walworth was a few of off fellow ed and ran Welcnow not what precau tioni to if people ace not afe who kaye all their tyet about YESTERDAYS n Ha burgh Their ben al wholly anticipated bjl ilifeF1reBchrWperi rect The only artipltof intellij the en Artiolet of it if to preterit V inffertft m The Aat Auftr rtfll not relinquiJOhAiiy of diflriiflsbelongingt Bavaria on1 thvTirght reteti oF thoie norj hint from Ruffia artd F I the Outch njtrirories by Kiftcii a TfiE DUtCft A tiJ paratiow for the return a hn rhe itttenqjb the a part pt cduld Wfce in jiifioui to the Reit rhe no peace could be expedled in thiif Bafariaa pat Ink ift tno to rne LaroJfc Firft ihtflrorfe bver the bridge off die fte fi rft Vhere at the after time Bait els catne About an hour troops marshed to the fljm m f i i r rb the Ids are ready cording to re mains by ei s wiTe et out in tHe of In great for Every thing is at The Aiiflrrians hate afTVmVtea a great number of troops ar and formed fl Camp a ftill greyer jjumber are at and farther i It well jn the plan of Indemnities Ii the n Paflatt is alloitd lo This i alfoobftrved by the Freneh En Citizen in the Note which he in on thr to the Auttrtan at Ater making he lhar the offiijiatiori by the Auftrians can only be toifideied by the Powers who concluded the Treaty of Indemnities as an unleVs ir htjld appear that the whoit proceeding has been the c mliequeftce of a in which cafe fr is hoped iheAuiirian troops wttl immediately remrnto their former the violent conduct o the General who command ed rhofe troops be difavovved 1 His Imperial Majefly has refolved to put an end to the Diet at recalled the Hungarian which arrived here on the A Deputation frgm the Diet of HungBry Is now ex pected which is to receive an audience on the when the refutations of the Diet s illbe laid before His Majefiy After the c clufion of the His Imperial will go tn Several Emigrant Batavian Orficers were in Engl h have arrived here Thfyiannot ferve in the new corps which is defliued for the two bodies but Subalterns an1 Pri foners The Olikers wh have been in Eng Hftj receive but this rhty1 lfe if y again enter into foreign Thr Subal terns aad common men each teceived from the Eoglilh Government a gratuity ot four flerling when they were AUO Citizen our Ambafladur at is expelled here previews to his de parture for t take upon himfelf tlie like charge the Brnifh Court The Batavian at under trie command of Admiral de will fet fail for the Ba coafts as fnon as it ftjall have been pro vided with frelh in order to renew the peace with the Deys of This fleet thtn fa 1 fur Italy and and finally for where will remain the it be as is that tho plague rages on the Harbary it is probable that fome deviation will take place in the deftina rionot Journals had announced that the French troop would evacuate our Republic the end of next rhoijin i though it is certain that fuch an event lake no orders have yet been given which fix the precife It is how that vi ill begin march on ft   

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