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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 14, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                Jlrtm LCXDON SgrriMBER lifrt been pltafed to tppcnut Jnlm Hookham to be his Majcftya Envoy Extraordinary attU Ainifter Plenipotentiary to the Court of The Kipg alfo been ptcafcd trf appoint the Right Lord Robert StephenFitzgerald to be his Majeftys aiidMiuiftcr ricnipotcutiary to I he of Li SKPTRMBCft f Jins been plcafcd to grant the dignity of a Ba ronet of rtK United Kingdom ot Oreal Ilritain and Ire unto Arrtii bald in the County of Admiral of the Blue Squadron of his Majefrys and the heirs male of his body fully with remainder to his nephew Archibald Captiin in the Royal cUfft Ion of William Efq Admiral of the KaeBfUidrou of hit Majcflys Fleet and the heirs male of liij body lawfully jid Regiment of JLieutenantbeneral James from the 891 to bt vice General the Karl of Sir Eyre from i yth to be vice appointed to Of the gad General Deroiv the Ba varian occupies the part of theA jlofric ofPqgaa which is fnuated on the Left Bank ol i he the Teympry and the River6f nas Wtn occu pied fey tW Auftrtanv who reinforced in the town Tho Count a General of tac taken an advantagebos on the Salza with about 3600 He it to and Traunfiein 4jainft rtie is now known jnac the Aaflrians have not occupied the Terr it dry on the Right Bank of the Cohfpiracy has been difcp at to the exifting Goverh intended to take advan of ihe abfence of the in order to carry k mo execution their projecl of Thif vigilance of the pur a flop to the the in thought it neceffary to delay the di yarture of feveral bedwsof Troopsdeflined torei u 5trce General Andermatt at General Andermatt has unfortunately met ith fo tnany trttrigues and that he has not yet been abltftbpreferithimfelf in the fmaller can nons a force fufficiently have juft now learnt that the Infurgems have commenced They have pod of which was pied by a Company of Carabineers of the Canton of The Captain and thirty men werre killed 10 the We have yet receiveri the de i ails this unfortunate but it appears that the jioft wastaken by and thai the Infur gents eSfilyrendered themfelves mafters of i by pofitionon a height which commanded twd which had been left On the 1 receiptof this General and ihfc Commiffary of ordered all the Helvetic troops to They have ad laft Proclamation to the inhabitants of lummoning them t the Government but it is not probable that this Proclamation any by fome veflels which entered the the French Squtdron fent TO to demand fatisfaclion from the Regency for the infult oflFered to the Cap tain of a and to the French Com merce in bears a demand to the in the name of the Firfl calling upon him to pay a preicnt Indemnity of and an annual contribution of In cafe of the French Government me naces the Dey with inftnm It is reposed thnt oilier French Vrffels have failed wiih demands equally Wrong amongft that of his immediately fening at liberty all whatevrr Nations they may tiow in the Algerine If the Dey reufes accede to the French Ships orders to blockade the are at length made with the organization of our Alltlie territory ancient Republic of Veuice on the Terra will form one fepgn te from Palrnaria and The II m of the Marquis crfGhifliefi of and the Marquis Rafales of are charged with carry ing fhisplfrn into extraordinary Depu tation of the Empire yelierday Held its firft MUffixoolleBCy the Baron the Imperial Mi went ta the Townhoufe and opened the firting wieh a The Deputati on currttntte ftt every Tuefday and Thurf and it is not their Sittings will before the TOE jollowing is theAulic received by the SubDelegate of the zothof and delivered to the day ntonmng and Imperial juft been Court of RuflTia the the fub juined dqlhlarHtion whidt that Court and the French Teriuncnl lay brfore the Extraordinary Dcpuu coQveacdfor the purpofe of regulating the points in the Treaty of Peace of the Em not lofea moment to give to the Suh DetegAte of Bohemia the iiKbrutSlions in uuforc he judges moil in conforniity with Ioliti tude and couJlauily directed to the good nf the Empire No reproacli be made aguinft Mis Maji or the Germanic founded upou the delay ui the meeting of the Extraordinary Deputation of the Empire More than uine months have paflcd lince the nomination of that Deputation had been on the part of Hi Impcml Majefty the to the French Govcru and fincc that Government has been invited to ap point Plenipotentiaries to cooperate in its and tlc clarc iu opinion upon the fittcft time for the So far from of the Deputation being urged upon the part of a anfwcr never ha been given upon the Neither has the dor of Royal Blbjerty able t r 8 Jfepsratay wiih Hie Imperial been pru miled by that CoyCrnmeol before tnd after the nomina tion of the Extraordinary Deputation cf the Empire very far from it hat mfways anfwcred in anevafivc imd dilatory manner to the reiterated rcqueA rea4e to veifeal and on part of the Imperial to the new at the cod of laft by Hit Majefty theEmpewr of place in concert at Hi Majefty has in the molt friendly to that propufittun notwithftanding hU Ambailador hai neither been called BO that Ne nor been in any way informed of its progreU and After fuch Mijefty thiriki that the meeting of the Deputation of the whe ther more or leis cannot be a founded motive to rcftnin the right which the Emperor and the principal Contracting Parties in the Treaty of of have formally referred to them tp immediately treat upon and regulate the bwfi nefs of as all the other which go to completion of the Uld Treaty of HU Ma on the pcrfcJUy that the Pbweri entertaining refpctil for the inviolable rights of independent fuch as the Genhanic will not dilavow in this firft and principal attribution of That it may bt iecn how well His Majedy ii founded in reckoning updn the Juftice of the two he will give to the tmpire a confoling by communicating to it the official aflurance which was given to Amhaflacior at by Mimftcr for Foreign The following word that an the Ambaflador has reported You may be aflured that we have only agreed with what Propofitioits to make to We cannot eren call a Plan it but a fimple which we fubinit the deliberation of the an thehieaus whicli appeared to tlu ltft cal culated to fatibty all partic that That will be propoiea as a by no with a tone of or with an air of ii difpafition to iorce the He by that wben ercn thefe Powers may deem their cuuiifcla and friendly inter ference neceffary fbr the arrangement ot fuch compli cated bufineii they do in any in tend to difpute the power and right of the Germanic Empire b by the claims to at well as fo many other which nearly concern and on which depend its welfare or its In this aflurance His Majefty his Electoral Sub delegate of Bohemia to as far as he is in order that the Extraordinary already af open without delay its in conftitu tional form that it enter into a Ncgociation conformable to with the Trench and with the intervention and cooperation of the Minifler of 64 and that itdecUre to thdc in name of the the confidence which the GV manic Body has in the equitable views of the two adding thereunto the aflurance that the deputation will take their friendly into fcrious coufideration The EkCloral Subdelegate of Bohemia is alto cfcajtged to communicate thofe fentimcnts of His Majeity to the Pk of France kuflia according to the law of and alio according to the of the the Deputation casuuit be retrained evea by the Head wf the within a peremptory that His in his quality of King and of Vill as much as tlie termination of the ace to conftitutc completionof the 28 The tecond flttrng of the Diet took place on the The Mtnilier of de gave a very impottant Vote on the De claration and Convention iranlmitted on the 241 h by the Minifters of France and It was in lubttance asfollows That the bafinch of the Indemnities was en tirely concern of tie and could only be regulated bythcfree confem and coopefa ttou of its States plim communicated by France and was only a project propofcd to who or adopt as they thought proper that when nrercflsib importances thofe which occupied the Deputation were no power could prekriba ertfcer the fleps to be above the time vi the ditcuflinn Oiould terminate j that Auftiia Bohe was dilfofcd to do every thing that depended upon in order to accelerate the bu finefs in The Otticial Declaration of the Court of the firft which it has made relative to the Conven tion 61 Indemniiiev has caufed a flrong lenfaiion the Accredited The Mini Her of Bohcmui is the only one ivho has yet voted on the flan of The Clearer part of the others expcdl their inftruclions 6r that We have received by iJie Hamburgh Mails a y of the Treaty of Peece concluded between the French and The Stipulations in it as we might well extremely favourable to the Their unprovoked attack on the Ot toman Empire is buried in and they are again in all the privileges they farmerly They are admitted to frife tion or the Black Sea j and all the r lative to the Turkiih in the Treaty fff are aflcnttd lit cue Arrjcle there is a tvlvch ilie refoluie deter mination of the French GovernnJtntto repreikthe Firacias of the States of as rhe TurkUh Government ttipulates us aili fiance for this We are forry to hear of the feveriry hewn on the other tide of the in all matters which relate to our The following circum ftance became known ytfterday A veflel arrived yefterday in the River ram tlie Captain of which that the George of hav ing arrived at Charante laft to load wines for this the hip and crew were and the latter thrown into for having on board only two final cafes of which u ere not as a part of the but as a ptefsnt from the Merchant who freighted the to tlie Viippets of ihe wine in The eartlienware is certainly a prohibited article but xvhaf octaJion is for o much violence in con ducting tHe CurtcmHoufe affairs in muft be left for Talleyrand to explain to Tlio ciruimflance requires much The report is very general in and much by that ihe new French Ambauli General is to bring with him a fort of Pokce Eftablijhment of his for the purpofe of hunting down the French and the Entliih They write from that Touflaint Louver ture has bfcen lodged in the Chateau de near in the Department of General Andreofii was to leave yeflefday or and may be expedfcdon The French and Dutch Mails which arrived this have brought us and letrerrfrorn is ol the and from Holland oi the 3d Their contents are of confiderable Our Readers may wifh to learn the manner in which the Court ot Vienna views the plan of in he conduit which its Minifler would be to purfue in the of the Diet of A long Aulic refcriprwas by the fubdtlegate of in which His Imperial Majefty repels the charge of and a Tens that the extraordinary deputation was appointed nine months at which time France was invited to name her No fa tisfaiMory nnfwer was returned to that His Imperial Majefty could not prevail upon to promife of entering into a paratory negotiation her anfwers were always di latory Hii Imperial Majefty that his AmbalFddor did aflift at the negotia tion between France and Rullja and that he was not in any of its coufequences and he is perfectly allured of the juft regard which France and Ruilia will pay to the inviolable rights of an independent from the official declaration made to his by Talleyrand who hat Auflria might br aflured that France had only agreed with Ruilia upon certain proportions to be it could not even be called a but a Jimple to be fobmitted to the deliberations ot the Diet t a mere advice to be by meant wrtA a toiu of or with the air of wiOung to force the The Bohemian Minifler has not only prefented the above but has given his vote upon the Convention between France and The vote repeats the femiments of the and thai the affair of the Indemnities being only the interior bulinefs of can only be ar ranged by the ftee concurrence and cooperation of the rhe plan communicated by France and Riiffia was but a frajet propofed to the depu l at who might or adopt as they chofe r and that no power could prescribe the path to be nor the period when the bu Gnefs ftiould be His Majefty fct off from Windfor yeflerday at feven After railing the morning at Kew in the h came to and held a Levee at Jamess the firft Courtday Unee hb return from numerovifly attended the company confiftcd the Lord the Bilhops of Glouce fter and the Dean of the and Portuguete En Danlffi Charge des Right tlie Lord attended by his Chaplain Alderman Le the Attorney and So licitor the Chancellor of rhe the Secretary ar The following Noblemen and Gentlemen took leave of the King Lord on going 10 as Ambaila for to Arbuthnot and rn their miflion to Sir as Arobaflador to the Court of Rutlia he takes his departure in ihe Clyde After the company had the Recorder made his report of the under fentence of convidled in June and Jnly His Majefty was gracioufly pleafed to retire them after giving audience to Mi left Towii at fix oclock for ef corted by a party of Light Ma jefty looked remarkably in confequence of the benefit he has received from the air of This morning we received the Monitear of fhe 7th The Colonial and the other civil and military fent out to receive from Britifh the ISand of reftorrd to France by the Definitive Treaty of arrived there on the i4th of TU Preted fpeaks in the warmeft terms of the diftmguiihed manner in which he was received by MajorGeneral the Perfect tranquillity and 01 dtr reign throughout the Governor Jiohnfton of Dominica has gained the affeclions of the in that by the hot pit able and friendly manner in which he re ceiyed and treated General Richepanle and the Emigrants from The Colonial Pre and General have writ ten home both to the French Government and in terms of the warmeft gratitude at the of Governor Yefterday rhe arrival of the from was announced EaflIndia Houfe fhe brings nothing having failed a few days before the The death of the unhappy Prince who was dif inifled from the Sovereignty of the has followed quick upon his The iaft overland difpatch from India brought an account of his The Dutch Letters inform that ihe Secre tary and fuite of the Brttifh Ambaflador have ar rived ar the where the fpeedy arrival of Ambafladurs from all the European Powers is ex Madame accompanied by General Fra fer and his and by Monlieur Suber AiddeCump to General arrived in town from Falmouth the day before The following notice w as yefterday circulated by order of the American Conful Refidcnt in London AMERICAN The Conful of the United States has the fatiifaclian of announcing to fellow citizens refident in Great Britain that by official difpatches iutt received from he is informed of the reeftabhfliment of Peace between the United States and HisHighnefs the Emperor of Morocco and that there is longer any danger to be apprekendct from the Moorifh GEORGE f 9 We hate before that the Of oud fitting ttp with the gredteft fplenaW md tor ihe refidence of the Firft He is expelled fo removi thither befbrtf he end of ihfc prefeftt A material reduction continueifa take he expencei of dur NaM fool of he fhips which arrive from the WeflIildiei immediately paid We hearfrotrt Btfthj that Tuesday Gsirnerin attended from that naff paff the weather was bropftiottiifadifci 4femvery and atmofphere clsan tiLGarneftn homed over Bach for fome and was diftinflly feeri waving his at a great by the fandi affembled in the on the and on all the roads frorn for man He then fleered a South Eafl coo ver was Bath fo Some of the the Metropolis g their make excprfions with rhe gTeaietf to allparts nf ihe where public xbibittons are likrly to atttadl a great concourfe peoplewent down to it is fuppofed reaped a good After a very pleafing vovX and afer afcending to the height of feet from as he computed by the Barometer and Garnerja twenty rmmues paft field oiear MellftY the feat of Thomas tetf milei from r The appearance of FoaHias notice at It appears thfit opon him as highly honoured attention of their but we on ihis fideiof ihe water have nationah vanity enough to look uponthe a very different It is Cufietis Mr the firennotts advocate omplirnenied by on account of JilSrprindpterl But i is as theJFriend of and f that Mr Foxis looked a fa vourable eye at the Confular Fox behaved with becoming at his dinner with the Firft He did not at at the Soverrigftty bf tbt Amongft the which have obtained encouragement from ike Emperor of lor which nas rewards to rhejr that of Doclor Oteus is dlftmguifliedi who under takes to make a kind of bread with the Lichen offers a refoarce to the inhabi tants of the in a feafon of COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE The fubjea of the reeftabliflmem of commer cial relations between and en gages the attention of air the commercial towns the from which the Government have required memorials and ftatements that fhall affift their The cotnmiffion of commerce of the manufacturing town of have follow ing Letier to the a French demiofEciai Paper Alexander de Fomenay has fubmiited to the Government fome reflections the tcoary Ibf upon of the Engttfh and French He has pointed out Tome ot the caafes which flate that the Englifn eftablifh in France feveraf ogjecls of manufJKJVure on better terms than they coft the French He that while the Englifh would prohibit the export of raw and give bounties of 15 and ao per upon manufactured otir manufaclurts would not be prorecled by import duties exceediag fix per The Journal de Parjs pretends that this memorial has for its object to that To prohibit the exportation of all raw and give bounties upon the exportation of merchindife nude in To prohibit the importation of manufilhttCi made in and give bouncits upoa the import ef raw from tlie fame De Fontenay does not make any thefe de The fame Journal that if the ciples Ions adopted in adopted in ihey would fuon be fo in that then the phrafe commercial reclamations would be bantfhed from all One might believt according to the Journal do thar the countries which it admit the inirodutlion of produce of foreign duty Nothing K morefalfe ieveraf proiiibt pro and there is not one that does not fubjeft them to heavy duties the Journal de Paris cannot cite a great flate in Europe that admits duty all the articles made in a foreigrr There is no Sovereign that has not adopted the principles of the Great Frederic j the have he I read themwith pJeafure t but I will guard againft following their councils in fix months they uould By fdcls de Fontenay proves that the manufaclure of cotton did not pro duce in forty years five millions of pieces t that the amount for the laft fifteen has been yearly more than 400 To encourage the the Engliftl Government facrifices yearly more than feventy mil lions to the perfons who breed To encourage the breed of in order W make our manufactures de Fontenay thinks that ought not to fpend a it has only duties to If we were to follow the Counfels of the Journal lie nur workmen would be deprived our manufacturers would the debts of England would be paid by France in a few we believe de our would be in a few years what they were the firfl in The French Government cnn alone decide upon the meafures neceflTary to ilia Profperity of the The Addrefs is fignetf by the Members of the Where did the Commiflion get this intelligence Price of Englifli 3 per 68JiDitto for 68 j Omnium 98 PJJB   

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