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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 11, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                FOREIGN has at kngih broke out in of all the nations of feexns thejnoft difficult to be bought back to aftalU of peace and though it has as much heed them as other The petty Cantons pCrfcftfe in their plan of independence they flill that at they were at freedom to accept or reject the trtw ihey were at freedom alfd to form otic agreeable to their own The troops fcili fjjiiinft them have already come up with The following is an extract of a letter upon the fubject ftofn dated the 2Oth of this month Our troops marched yef Wrday at two in the morning for Obwald a coun try in the Canton of contiguous to that of The Chafleurs of I formed the advanced guard they climbed up the near the a mountain which feparatej us from the petty and f many years kas been celebrated osily for is beautiful the lake on its and he beauti ful formed like a cape around its on which account it was firft called Thefe fine countries are now the theatre of The Chaffirurs of 1Aigle have driven the enemy beyond the without firing This morning the troops marched to but we will not know the refult of this movement till the aT Several families from that difirict are nrtw Complete anarchy prevails among the inha The houfes of the emigrants have been by the it is of the Govern ment which they eftabltfhed on the of the old The troops of the Canton de Vaud march with a great dfal of coolnefs and intrepidity they are as much dreaded as the At tsn in the morning o the day before five compa nies of of the Canton de under the command ofCitizen ChefdeBstal entered very opportunely into our garrifon the duty of the and reinforce the as the difaffeCied had given fome caufe of appre Andermatt has al ready commenced his military operations againft the Cantons of Underpaid and ScKvvnz his ad vanced guard has occupied the important pafTage of which his entry into Under the troops difpatched by him into the Ober land hate arrived at their place of defti and aie preparing o proceed to where they have already declared againft the late vThe Emigrants from Underwald bren invited to return to their but they thought proper not to accept of the iand remain on he chiefly in the Com of fmall flotilla of ftoops has been equipped at in order to a flirt in the expedition againft irtfutgem We expect latter foon be neceffitated to fubmit very little harmony reigns among vvhich naturally Vnuft favour the operations of General tvho is materially even in by the ancient This Citizen it indefatigable in reprefentingiothe inhabitants of that Canton the danger of prolonging He openly oppofes the and gains frefn partifins every The infur gents have haftily difpatched two of their Chiefs to Jauch and in order to folicit the of the French Minifter between the Go vernment and the lefler We are flill ig oinrant of the refult of their conferences with C Dolder and whom they are 10 apply to on their arrival at Berne Congratulations are daily received at Sclnvitz tfrom the neighbouring particularly the Adminiftrative Chamber Gemeindkam tner j of Zarich wlvch felicitates itfelf in the an fwer to the Landamman and Council of feeing reeftabl filed thvir ancient and natural A kind of difturbance took place at Claris the day before The populace broke open the and feiied a letter written by theci Governor to the Department of lattice at on the fixation of the Heaffi was obliged to and has taken refuge at The Governor of Thurgovia has caufcd a circu lar letter to the againft the authors of the late be printed pamph let has alfo been circulated in feveral in inhabitants of ihe Cantons of and to all People of MiniRer Extraordinary ot the French Republic at the Im perial and le Baron de Plenipo tentiary of his Imperial Mnjefty of all the have on the by their foall the that they were duly accredited on thejsiftinft and finfe i lie Letters of Credence of thele Ivlinifters have regulary of Citizen Lafbrec is conceived as follows v Firft in the name of the French placing an enire confidence in the fidelity of Citizen Minifter Plenipotentiary tohis Serene Highnefs the Elector of hereby continues him Minifter Extraordinay of the French Republic to the Diet of The and in confequence thereof inverts him all the rte cofTary powers for the exercife of the laid func In witnefs whereof thefe prefenrs are and fcaled with the Seal of the Republic Signc d 5th v Aug the a Proclamation was publifhed at flating that two columns of Bavarian troops without any previous entered that Bifhopric a hofttle manner that his Highnefs under thole cir thought it neceffary 10 acquaint his Imperial Supreme Head of the of this and to entreat him to protect that country againft alt foreign attacks that in quince of this application the Auftriaa General oommanding at received orders co grant the vvhich required to thai Bifliop which he accordingly can fed to be occupied by the Auflrian His Bbghnefs then proceeds exhort hisfubjefls to wait with patience for the termination of this grand w hich is about to occupy the attention of the Dpurauanrrfthe Em and by whom the ate of the Bifliopric will be decided upon in a conftitutiortal Augujl 27 Bavarian troops were yefter day to enter the Bifliopric Wurtzburg and Bam Officialnotice has been given to the per Tons holding employments in thcfe k We are affured that part of the Dutchy of fituated on left bank of the be ceded to the Barnvian for which they are to pay of fl SEPTEMBER A Mail from France arrived this and brought us the and other Papers of Thurfday Four Senatus and one Organic Sena rus Confultum have already been brought forth by the great parent Organic Senntus of the 4th of The firtt relates to the con vocation and regulation of the proceedings of the The to the regulation of the or der which the five Series of ihe Departments fhnll be called upon to prefent Deputies to the Le giflative The to ihe forms to be pur fued in diflblving the Tribunate or Legiflative The appoints the twentyfour principal w hole Mayors are to be prefenr at the admi niftering the oath to the perfon appointed to fuc ceed the Firft The Organic Senatus Con fultum dtcrees the Union of Ifle of Elba to the territory of the and declares that it fhall fend a Deputy to the Legillative The difpute between Auftna and re fpecltng the occupation of Paffau by ihe fliil remains The Prince Bifhop has publifhed a in which he that the Bavarians liaving entered his territories in a hoftile he applied to his Imperial as Supreme Head of the tor and that in confequence of this the Auflrian troops occupied the for the pur pofe of protecting it until its fate ihould be con ftitutionally decided upon by thedeputation of the It by a letter from the Banks of he dated rhe 26fh that the MiniHers of France Ruflia perfift in demand ing the Bifhopric fhould be evacuated by he Auf but that their applications have not been at tended with the flighteft PafTwan Oglou is faid to be once more negotiat ing with the Porie but the reports from Turkey are fo numerous and that they are not entitled to much According to intelligence from the Treaty concluded at by which the ancient relations fubfifting between Tutkey and France are had arrived in the former in confequence of which great rejoicings had taken Orders were iffued by the VkePrefident of the Italian for celebrating on the 29th in a very fplendjd tlio appointment of Eo naparte to be Chief Conful of Fiance for We have accounts from India to the 3dof June They that the rebtl China who had rendered himfelf greatly formidable to the Madras Government in the neighbourhood of has been and driven for reiuginto the hill by the army under Gilonel nh has taken from him all and feveral fmall brals By the late regulations refpecTmg money tranf aclions in no Britilh fubjecl is permitted to lend ojto be concerned in negotiating any loan for native without content of the The Governor in by an order dated in has conferred a petition on the family of a native officer who diftinguiihed himfelf in the ex pedition againft The difiurbances in the NorthWeft Provinces having a confiderable reduction is about to be made in their military It by accounts received by the late ar rivals from that the prohibition of the ufe of opium throughout the Empire of has been productive of genrral particu larly in the Northern In the neighbour hood of Lyangihe people afiembled for the pur pofe of coercing the repeal of ihis and pro ceeded to acls of great outrage againft the conti nued At the leaders of theinfurredjon being umbleto preferve unani the infurgents and then fought againft each other a very fanguinary in vvhich great numbers The Government had taken advantage of the t and had pufhed forward feveral bodies troops from to reflore The who is ge nerally is reported to have with great moderationon this and fome fmiilar fie determined to enforce the prohibi from a conviction that the Empire will in a few years be infinitely benefited by In confequence of fome unpopular edict a infur retMion excited in the Northern Provinces of of which the Thitetians taking invaded the country with a numerous The Rajah took the field to oppofe but was foon by their exceffive to abandon the plains and retreat into the jungles and moun At the moment of victory the invaders were arrefted in their by ihe in a fhort made it impracticable for them either to advance or retreat the Hajah then defcended from ihe cut off ibeir ftores and pro harraffecj them to fuch a that the whilelvere either killed or made A malignant fever which IMB ravaged the wef tern coaft of had fallen with particular fataluy upon the Chinefe lofs of Eu ropeaiii has been comparatively This dif temperr in its progrels and bears fo ftrong a refemblance to jhe fever of the wtflern as to have induced an opinion that it was brought into Sumatra by an American Madame the wife of General ar rived at Falmouth on Thurfday evening in the Adolphus with her two infant and the AiddeCamp and hw She is a very beautiful woman with an interefling and a fine The Jttem brought by the packet have commn nicated funher particuUris of the French Ambaf abrupt depatture from Some afto excited upon ar theimmenfe quantity of baggage brought with though the Government flrongly fufpecled that it contained contraband gdods to a great which rheAmbafiadors fervams had difpofed it was fuffered to pafs and was tfcorted to the hotel of the Embafly by a lxdy of French troops Whatever difpleafure the French Regent might feel at this circumftance was ftudioufly The Ambaflador was treated with the moft rharked attention prefents were heaped upon his and jewels prefented to his lady to the it is faid of ten thoufand During all this time goods arrived almoft and continued to pafs becaufe they were declared to be for the At length the Cuftom and Police Officers required the opening of fome packages the requifition was and the difmiffal of the Minifter of Police and and fome oiher haughtily The demand of courfe was not com plied but the Prince Regent flill wifhed to conciliate His were in His Royal Highnefs then adopted that determination which honor and fpirit and the Ambaflador was informed that paffpom were ready for him if he chofe to quit He left Lifbon and fet off for His Lady took her paifage in the packet to and means to return to Paris by the way of The Court of Portugal immediately announced that the General had left Lifbon from his own proper will an event the more as conftant and repeated civilities had been paid PALACE Much has been faid about the decay of our Trade fince the we have the fatisfac tion of from authentic documents kept by the InfpecftorGeneral of Exports and that our National in this never was in a more flounfhing As a proof of we are enabled to futniih the Public with a of Exports for the Quarters ending the jth and and the Quarters enoing the 5ih 1801 and and Imports for the latter Briufh Products and Manufactures exportedfrom England Official Real Quarter ending 5th Quarter ending 5th Quarter ending 5th Quarter ending 5th Merchandize exported trtm England Quarter ending 5th Quarter ending 5th Quarter ending 5th Quarter ending 5th Value of fundry To and imported into the Port of London Officral Quarter coding 5th Quarter ending 5th This lalt Statement does not include the This Caufe v as a who kept ij publichoufe in Chandotfireet ana the ant was a fon of Neptune it altogether imprcfled with that rigid cHadi honefty which in general diftftiguifhes aj Jack girV bttthe bad not of keeping loved good eating and but he had no fhot in the To fath his he was to have recourfe t6 he thought the countenance of tlje betokened and he repaired with doxy ro his houfe told him a of his having juft returned from a long that he was entitled to prizemoney jthatjie had the Lord knows how many bags of V in his with which he felf as foon at he could The Landlord bait gave Jack and his Lady the beft houfe regaled him with hot day and were his eontiantfarp and every night a fine lobfier for with plenty of This went on very and the Landlord even Jacjs to enable him to go to the play and ih places of amufement but as there w as no appear ance of the prizemoney or the begiin to fufpect fomething and upon making the he found that the whole vvaalin He accordingly took out a and had the Defendant who forthwith to and has there continued fi could not bear to fee him ttf left him to get out prifon as well as1 The Plaintiff proved his to faction of the and the Jury gave whole of his Hit the COURT Of IS VERNON Prajnjiff caufe was a journeyman aod fought 10 recover the fum of of the Defending who rented a fmall houfe of two ftories fbr fnak ing a fort of trapdoor from the upper tothe lower It turned out that tne defendant had fpeculated upon acquiring confiderable pTQJBtg by and this door was to have Men one of the delufions he was tohave praclifd on the fimple gulls who applied to him for information as to their future Unfortunately for the de he had fcarcely his magical and aflrological when was placed fo immediately under tht furveillaiUe of the that he found it neceflary to in order to avoid impending This wts the only inflance in which his anticipations had fa voured of any thing like for had he the to ufe the plaintiffs would have grabbd The covered his and fummoned Commiffioners cenfured him for makipg for conjurors and upon his promife do any thing of the kind allowed de s By a veflel which touched at intelli gence has been received that the rebuilUing of the at proceeds with great whilft in the country near it for feveral the planters are returning with great The Danes flill delight in the memory of the gallantry with which they refitted the attacks of the Britilh on the famous zd of A painting of the which reprefenrs the hero ifm of the Danes in a light ihe moft flrikingly ad has been admirably engraved by an artift of the name of Grojoh and it is fuppofed that there will be fcarcely a room of decent appear ance in Denmark without a copy of Delia to the Marquis de Las has inferred an elaborate article in the Foreign to prove that he discovered a real It is a fixed philogiflic he is an infallible remedy for every Lieutenant who greafly diflinguifhed himfelf in the defence of and was oufly wounded in a fortit which the Englifh made to deftroy the French works before has been promoted to the rank of Mafter and and appointed to command the Cyn thia floop of Captain Hardy is appointed to the vice Captain Le which bore the pendant of Sir Sidney in the evermemorable defence of returned to Ponfmouth on after a paflage from Malta of fix She flopped at Gibral tar for twelve but has not brought any news from The French Commanders are directed to exert every means to reduce the Slaves to their former When they had no WeftIndia they argued humanely and grandly on the Aboli tion of the SlaveTrade j but now they are again getting pofleflion of the they are as zealous advocates for Slavery as any Planter in the It is mentioned of the Chief that he lately removed from fome fubaltarn office in the Government a perfon previous to his prefent had offended him refentment was unworthy a great It was finely faid by Louis the would not become a King of France to revenge the quarrels of a Duke of the title he had previous to his advancement to the TYGER While a detachment of the ifl battalidrt of the 15th regiment lay encamped at a viUage near levaram in the on the night of the z8th of a Tiger came into the village and feizeda bullock after gorging on Ms he retired to a houfe on the banks of the where he took up his Lieutenant Stuati being informed of went at daylight with a Naikl guard to the where they faw the rnodto ftretched in the They mounted on the roof of the adjoining and by removing the thatch of that wherein he diflurbed ttod he went After a few he fprang at the party and fettled on the roof clqfe to but an inftantaneous difcharge of two or three firclocki wounded and fell to the bat im mediately got up and made a fecond when finding his efforts ineffectual he made off under a panda adjoining the hpufe he firfl and could not for fome time be The baik of the river was very abrupt at this about w feet On the edges grew fmall buftei and long a narrow path led along it would admit but one perfon at a time Stuart took this and as he examined the bufhes the fprung at him from his concealment he received him on his which entered the tigers but the hock was fo ftrong to throw the Gentleman backward over the bat fortunately without and the tiger wai too much hurt to Stuart foon reco and returned with the Sepoys to the when thebeaft was n PRESTON was ufhered by another us and a putfe of given by the Earl of wai run for on Fulwood The Mayor gave a Ball in the a MaidenPlate of with a hunters fweepflakes of tm guineas andi the Members Purfe of and an Aflembly in the fweepftakejof ten guineas for all a which wal added 50 guineas by the Corporation of and 10 to the owmr of the jd In the evening a thtenfuing in the morning an oratorio in the in ihe morning a grand mifcellaneoui concert at the new In the evening a pro in the a feleclion of facred nuific at the parith In the evening a grand mifcellaneous concert at the the Mayorefss public break faft at the In the evening a in the evening a mafqued ball and in the evening a The articles in the London papers relative departure of General Lafnes from Lifbon are co pied into the French but not one of inert is bold enough to venture a fingle war againfl the Britilh Prefs is flill carried anj the prohibition againft ihe Englifh Papers in   

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