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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 9, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                FOREIGN Augujl his Excellency Count Minifter of proceeded I the opening of the laft will and teflament of R ynl Highnefs the deceafed Prinre Henry in ths prefence of feveral deputies of the j iUnflrious of the Princes Treafury On the opening of the ftcond cover wasfbanda French in the Princes own addreflVd to his MnjcRy the on which the will was immediately fern by exprefs to his Majefty to be His Excel lency then in a long that no Prince of the according to the exifling was Riifhofifed to make a will without a fpeiinl rermif lion fVm tne higheft and that therefore jr muft be entirely left to his to fignify finally his gracious pbafurej and on this the de were A letter from in North 41 The night of Auguft will be long renvm bered by The day hnd be n uncomtnonly towards evening the fky was darkened by a thun der coming from the The lightning f that the Heavers frmed in one continued blaze and many fobKed the arrival of rhe day of or at 1 afi the entire dr of Lemwig by The thunderflorm Rafted two hours and a and was fucceded by a dreadful hail the flones being the fize of a ptit lets The done to the as far as the hail being a circle of jibout f nit er fiveEngltfh is dreadful the H hole coun try where it pafled prefents a fcene of A remarkable phenomenon during this rempeft w that while the lightning feemed the we d an unufual hiffing inthe which refem noife of a multitude of large birds taking affairs Germany are fhe point of brought to a and are of has taken poHeffion of thofe States whch were conceded to it by the plan of the great mediating Auft ia has taken ptfTrKion of and F were alfo conceded to her bv he plan but Impe ial Minifter has that the troops of his hnd taken pofleffi to maintain the rights of the BiuSopic until the moment when the mediating of thr Deputation of the Empire fhould prc ounce thrir The Publictfte has publifhed pretended letters of Swife Cifton to the Firfl The French rcognizes only one Government in the Helvetic Republic a portion of that write to the French without porting itfelf into a flate of rebellion iiis Of SEPTEMBER FROM THE The affairs of Germany are the grejt obje5h at prefent occupy the public attention on the By the laft Paris Papers it Auftria is obliged to put the beft face on her late ebullition of indignation that fhe Her Minifler now declares mat her took pofTef iion of PafTau only Powers had their The plan of indem fettled by France and ws we b carried into execution without further Another artkrle inferred in rhe M deferves particular as it feems to Jeetde thd farte of the of The anther French publifhed certain addrefTejby the can of Schwitz to Firft Thefe patbe ijc are decided by Paper not onjy to b it ihf prefeni ng them be acls of The words of the Monireur are The French G vernment acknowledges only one Government in Helvetic Republic A pomMi of that canvnt aHrefs French withoutputting itlclf ii a Mate of rebellion is own indeed is a very new doxftrine irt It a falurary maxim in politics and if the Helvetic Rpublic were a regular and Bona parte wuuldjjteetiamiy b entitled ta our for But when we con lid er that this Government is the work of a and that France has ben for yirs the arbitrefs of the fate of that we c inuo b u regrer that the Cooful n t efpoufed of that fide to which Juftice and Hiimauiy f plunly From this it appears rlat the Helvetic Republic will be afiified by the French troojs in reffina its Wednefdny Their Miijefle and the cefFcs n Wcymiuih thfy were cceive I with of joy by ihe ruvn wjs illmnijiate aul Parifh find bells rung on n TheC Hllream Rfgment of the iih Light lined the and up he Queens L nliere ihe t tlie 1 the t h and played G d ave Rule after which ihpy playtd ome fn vo and then returned 10 tlieir an 1 The tlirce iianis a e 10 play evrv cv iung on the Terrace luring the Mucli co is xpefled on the C Hamilton is charged by the Britifh Go fettle with the Landgrava Calfcl for the arrears due kr Private letters from Paris ftate that the depar ture of General Andreoffi for this country is likely t be ftill longer It is fatd that he is ex trrfmefy reluctant to Come here until fome are adopted fo reprefs the freedom with which fe veral are difpofed to peak of the French He will leave Pans till this btifinefs in fome way or A great number of French who are anx ious to vifit Kave aTfcf refolved to delay their journey till Andreofli has begun to exercile his functions as to our This determination has already been produtlive of very wnpleafant The fail of the French furttls Is rfiry generally attributed to and the rate of imereft in the moft cunfiderable Banking Houfes has riten as high us twelve per has nt been produtflive of tie efitels which wete fnnHly Pubic of all tnOtrad f being are Proprietors of Government k complain that the ofthe Treafury abfivb more thnn a third of their ioanula urers are very ge nerally They the high rate of to renounce every fpeculaii n of great they are unable to curt a fuftviPn expenfive eflabifh ment of the viovernnnent is another fotirce of gr neral The People are afraid to fpcak their real there u much fecret dif and though the Firfl Conful by his abfolute wafle public treafures fplendid find exienfive he is feeding that flame which may one day explode in a man ner of his New expences talked1 it is hirued that it is in contempla tion to lay before he Count i of Stnf a plan for afligning to Bmaparte the fame Civil Lft which the unfortunate There is a report of inrtn ion to aViifh tne inferior Tribunals of and to fuppiy their place by twelve grand That fome change of ihis kind will take is not impro in confequencc it would render the Judges ftill more dependant than thfy now are on the The Confular k is be new Inffead of having four nffirers to take the command it is propofed to ap point a General whch nvans the perfonal fafetyot the Firfl Conful miiy uornpletely It appears that tiun of Talleyrand has given eiy to the ftrici party am nig the It was certainly one of laft aifte the Govern under the prefent t have Bonaparte is no longer to entertain any perf ns at his tabie bit his particular This of fice is ro b executed by whom die Firft Conitil deign to the inferior hmclions ot All the Fetes of the abforbedin the Conservative Anniverfary of Bonapartes Vrve a Nation hns given place to rive Conjult and ihe Oitt Wye Libre ou RIorir is no more thought of hn Marriage help Great fend Bonaparte more birthdays than ons in the year tb ther Letter from Aujufl The p ilicy of prefnu Covernment of France is to bring every thing to tle old as the beft means of pouer inhe the men now iu J nis prin ciple is alfo extended to the countries mote or lefs dependant upon You have not an oppor tunity of hearing all the trnits which mark this fjirit It is an nndoubed facX the InquHi tiop is again cftaWrfhed in the Papal A handbill torn fnrn the walls of by an linglifh lent to London for e a prdof of my Is this 10 be imputed to the Pope f or is w nther lobe imputed to thff Grand Reftoier of without whofe fanclion the Iloly Father durft not have veniuied upon fncli a meafure At prelent every countenance looks or at Tlie firfl queftion aiked in are the Papers yei allowed to come over who are in lined to ih nk well of Konaparte Surely it is his wifhing by means to ruin ho adult futli paltry meafurts as ihe pro hibition of foreign The Epglifh f they might as in tor cannot is going on in ihe Their ctui having ecu the and the bring they preuare to return t w life they can daily reid with and noies what is doing in all the quarters of the Fiom London they know of ilie tranfactions of even better ihan they are on the Another fame Yefterday the futiered a mofl cnwl difappoimment The deportation to Cayenne of the whole Legislative Body tvould not have aftVdl ed them In the papers of laft week it feemingly from that all the Jots deEtu at Veriaillrs were to play on and many fanguinarily imagined that the cele brnted works nf Apollo would be of the Tlicfe h ive been neglecled fince the year j and before the Revolution were never played but i for i he entertainment of foreign Thefe 1 h es generally Paris literally emp iilit of iis No horfep or bixngmarch ever produced hail upon L All fhe voi and engaged by the beiter and ot ihtf inferior for the thirft of plraftire hee is altogether as ftrong m a peruquier as in the wifs a tnany walked on mre went in iliareties ot tilted andimmenfe barges ihoufands from the Pont Royal to a village at a fhort dittauce from By four ocloik the ofremblage upon the terrace on the north fide of the ClutCMii was but n was upon One would haVft that the jufl Ar rived of fome dreadful calamity j and thbfe who know the character of rHe parifians will not be Not only wos Apollo to remain in but Neptune and and the whole of flfltioned in the gardens by Louis Quator2e recreation of hii or more properly f r the of his own chiidifh Notice was given thai the water works were not to play in thefe heartbreaking Let caux font Had it really been believed that the Cojjful was the author of this he would have fufieted more in the opinion of his than by twenty organic Senatus Confultui but the general opinion was that the whole was a trick of the Renaura teurs to draw company to Our at Paris The State the the and ihe Mufeiim of Nutural Hiftory at are all open at There is not perhaps a fpot in whole world that furnilhes fo many founes pf plenfure and Marius fit ting among the ruins of Carthage fcarcely gave a more flriKing Itffon of ths uncertainty of human Some few are admitted into ihe Cabi ne de la Famille but from this almoft all but foreigners are Indeed it could without great be throw n open to the promifcuous crowd that vifit It is itn pflible even for foreigners to remain This cabinet contains portraits by the firft maflers of JLuis Louis XV the Emperor Maria Madame L uis XVI in his Coronation and Maria Ant with her three I might be mifled by my but the laft appeared to me to have pecu liar The who died mifcrably in the Duke of lies in the arms of bis who gazes upon him with eyes fulf of foftneCiand matertul fliutude There is a cradU by the Queens upon which her eldeft fon is and trying to atnufe his infant The PrmcefsRoyal is kneeling in the tnoft intarefling attitude the other fide fhe preflcs one the hands of t ho Duke of and is reprefented lookifog up to her mother with a countenance inthe higheft and filial mixed with There was a French Gentleman pre fnt when he faw this c ofTed himfelf as at tl efhrineof a trom all that I have I do not think the French In general would feel any particular emo tion They of the Bourbons as we talk of the with perfect and im There would be more lupc for the ex iled if they weie flill unjuHly twduced Bat there is no room for prejudice to die and the current of pub icopini ntobe T he Government acls very wifely fn accufioming tin people by degrees to allihe objecTts wInch might awaken any feelings of cemmiftration for then fcrmer The rooms are open at Ver faillfj where tie Queen was and n here fhf was deliverer if lier cli and the por trait of Lf nis is publicly rxpoled to in almoft and ftall m Paris It laid t at the is to be to parters new This is by far the moft wonderful in 1 was fhewn orange trse near y joo years Its hiltory is perfectly well In the year it was pUnt ed by Ai Qjieen of Navarre It afterwards into the family of and was for feited the upon the revolt of the cele biated the reign of Framis In 1525 it was removed to F and in was paced bj Louis XtV in the Ipot where it nuw when be had formed the gardens at The exclufion of Englifh newfpapers has created the greaeft It is probably wrll L that one about ten dnys the police went roun1 to all the coffVe lioults and and feized every Kngiilh urw f paper that was to be whatever us nature or uhaeveits date Orders had been previoufly fent to Calais to flop aM thofe w hich by or that individuals might bring along wiih Bonaparte had a good deal tear from but by this arbitrary menfnre be w ill JjJibly Icle moiethan he w ill gain In pub i ewfpapers tan but tley cannot be ex and in pmare they will greater avidity than Befides people are all and are im prelfed with an idea thai the Giverurrrem is inie TO the chagrin of many Knaiflmen who havr cotve over bra fiew thf L mire is now Geat chunges are in thear thr flatucs and Sme fay that it ill uj en on ihe firH c and oiliers not till he of Great prq arations ae tor the exhibition of ma begitis It is not to be much more furerbihan that of laft notwitliflanding alt the exertions of Govern There is to be grand review on It is fuppftd that ihcre will be twenty ihoufand ftrnngers of wiv m nearly ten thoufand are Extras of a Lctitr from dated 7Aurfdaj Af We haflen to communicate to that the law allowing the Tranfii of refined Sugars and Coffee in has been ufpendeJ fiir the pre until Government hall have difcuffed nnd decded upon the general quefiion of confequence of no Coffee or arriv ing after this will be entitled to the privilege of will be fubjecrt to the Home Cn fumption A letter from Hamburgh as a meafure ablolutely d tcrmiried that the FarmersGeneral are to be reeftablifhed in entirely on the ancient This it is not to be publicly announced till the Korlsfe or is to out Without delay Emperor of as it being definJ to make every poffible in the art of fti made many inftanceifc Naval Offiier to be appointed tp his Court TK French Government experts to rival us in corn by excluding our our and annoy ingour travellers batr municipal cards and oiher ine ous devices of accommodation and liberty fliall fee which of thefe fyflems is tht beftV The Ruffian American at Pettrf 1 burgh is going to fit out two which artJ fail from that place with a cargo of provifions n to fail rourd the Sou them extremity of acrofs the to the NorihWeflCoafl of and theAleu fian to fuppiy the Ruffian eUablifnme J there with thefe in a cargo offun to be bartered in China for Chinefe 1 by the an eflablifhmenf at one of mofl futherly nf ihe Kiirile for the greattr of he trade to Japan and then to re turn from China by the Caps of this is the firft voyage round the world undertaken by no pains nre fpared to afluretfJthe expedition a happy I M as Extraordinary Commiffioner of the Helvetic Republic to the has wr following Lener to the National Prefect de r Citiaen obllinioy wfth wWch af to aicnbe to the French Government the defmi Of fcizing on the fa an injury done that the Government of z it to be its duty formally to puilifh pofitive chut the PlrtFGrdhTtif and difapproves the wiihof an without any have cooiinvcd n the even whenthc intentions of the three bouring RepuhlJct are veU 14ig to take the moft efBcaeioiu in your to thefe as as they and Signed The Narional PrefeWri the charged th of the Canton to watch and to the fuch malevolent intntaythink proper to fpread fuch malieious reports a thofe alluded to in he above in a fiate profefs their intention on y to the French troops vvJhich may be fent againft as for any acling in that they are ex no the Con of and Mimfter for flie Interior of was originally a Chy mift at and the leader of the populace All the accpnts Tom the French Wefl4ndia Iflands are unpn mfing in the The eoi dml obferved towards in Donxin has been followed by fimilar ads of violence towards the lefTer Chieftains of the Black and be whole appearsto have driven tire poor Ne groes to The French are have fuffered dreadfully from the mortality Evety other half the are afTerted to have are entertained for the tranquillity of aftrr its evacuation by the EngHOt The Americans are abfolutely terrified at the ap proaching neighbourhood of the French in Louifi A letter from Orleans that they are aclualy removing their from prelienfions of the rapacity of their Gallic About fifty of thi fined horfes are now under embarkation for the ufe of the Archduke who is fo much recovered from his late illnefs that he has vifited rheTheaire fevefal An honeft Englifh Lace Merchant lately confef at that he had juft returned from where he had fold worth of Lace Vtr mumifactnted in Thefe ar ticles will be returned to our own with all the f and ceremonies of a contraband and to our frrmle admirers of French Laces at an en rnvus So much for the economy of paflion for which abfo rages in rhe bofoms and fhus expnfes them to the ridicule of thofe who im pofe on their Enormous quantities of Spiralfields handki rcliiefs are thus difpofed of on ihe as of foreign manufacture of the are bought up u ith avidity partly bcaule ihey are believed to be French and more frequently becaufc they are fuppof ed to be We learn by a letter received from that Delhi is almoft and is in the moft wretched late that can be It has the frat of continual wars for fixty and Ze rnann who lately invaded was the laft who ravaged it thutigh this delightful trad of country derives every advantage from yet the wretched inhabirpnts dare not to provide more than the bear means of left they fhould attracl the notice of thofe whofe trade is The rednclions which are taking place in all the Eflablifhmentsof will aid the revenue in a very confidernble Many places are to tally abolifhed in confequence of ihe great change in and others ate materially fo as to form on the whole a fax ing of a very important Madras and Bombay are the fame A Perfun of rhe Stock who has loft a confiderable fum of money by iKe great fluctua tions in the has fince made a by which he has not only made up his but has pretty well filled his It appears that having cheerfully paid his differences the laft feirliMg he was in great himfelf of the bought a quantity ol and gave a draft upon his Banker for thpayment of was not at there were no eflecls bcfides he borrowed of a Broker belonging ro the which he promild to return the next of he Handbills hive been ftuck up near the gi ing a defcription of his and offeiing icward of   

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