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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 16, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                REPRESENTATION OF Some important ConHitutionalQuefiionsare 10 come before the Imperial telating to he propriety of alternate and the inadequacy of ihe number of from Sc compared to w Ireland has obtained by the terms of lare Counties in behind fend two Members rrnie are than fix Counties iftScotland whofe Re is only of them tending for one and three for tVie The Scotch Univerfitiesalfo arc not though thofe of England lind the The County of Caithncft much to its taken up this The following is an extraxM FOREIGN of THE zS been received from Paris to lake off ihe Irquef from the Eftates of leveral performs o princely a noble in fulfilment of nitrh Article of the Peaceof The Du chsfs of the Marchionefs de the DuchelsDtnvager of Deux Fonts and Marflial of in con be reinftated in iheir refpecflive poffef According to our his Pruffian Majefly leave the refidems on the Kcclefiftical Foun in the countries of which hr has lately taken the in poffeffion of iheir and falaris during their lives it appears to be ge rerally determined thar reductions ihall only be made as fuch fall in by the death of the Grand Vizier fcae returned from Egypt whence lie foon fet out for to put himfelf the head of the troops fern againlt Paflwan is now certain that orders liave bsrn given to withdraw the French Troops from our territories immediately after the return of the Jvlitiirter Semonvitle from of the German Papers had afTerted that the Dutch Republic would obtain parr of the Du hy of fituated on the lift bank of the fr ten millions of Our Goveru nuent have declared the aflertion to be totally de void of of this cVintry Teem to be prejudiced againft the Priiffian Everywhere there is as far as ctrcumllonces will Often do we lind the Pruffian down or infulted The Citizens and Noblcffe abfent themfelves from every place wherethere are Pruffian Officers or The Government certainly aiMs Avith a great deal of and de Bluchers itfondudl dyes him fome time part Government fhave been extremely difcontented with rhe conduct of General Lafiies in befides a rudenefs of he tyns fufpedted incomoatible with the character of an H it is three veflels laden wiih merchandize prohibited to come to and had the cargoes fold ar his which was in no danger of being euterrJ by the Officers of the At 1 the Infpeclorof the Cuftoms found out a anthod of putting an end xo ihefe He all perfons whoquiired the Generals houfe to be upon their arrival at iheir n they and the prohibit ed goods found upon them By this no being willing fo rifk the General or hU Agents could dilpofe but of dinall Whether this clrcumflance dif pleafcd or vvhilvr h received any other dif gufts is not but he left Lifbon without immediately fet out on his return to As fuon as the Court were informed of his refolu a courier wh was Jbirmg pofthorfes a rhe fame time that he Gene ral was ordering horfes for The hitter immediately ihe former not to let out before the courier that he hrid Kis which he dared nor The Ge neral then threatened him with a accelerated the couriers He had feviTal days ftart of the could account of the number of perfons in his and the excellive travel Co Uft as he Immediately after the arrival of thtf Partuguefe courier at a mefinger wns difpatchfcd to General to prohibit him from coming to nftd to command him to remain at in the Department of ihe High j where b a a It is not who is to replace him in the Etnbafly flu Li From tb LONDON Stpt f At the Court at St the 8th of preftit the Kings Mull KxceUcnt Mijcfty in day tlit Right Mir John BorUfe by his Majeftyg fworn of Mafiftyi Moft Priry and took place at IThe fcng been ptcafed to appoint James to he Rnvny Jxtraordiiury and Minirttr Plenipotentiary o tlie Cmiu of St Martin le Freul having received new Letters Credence from hit Majefty Viiftwirc Emanucl King of the famecharacter of Envtiy Extra ordinary and MinifteY Plenipotentiary from had a private audience of bis to deliver hii faid new To which lie mtmduccd by j the regarding it at a late meeting the Rffcht Lord principal ofihr F Secretary of State for Foreign conduced ly The Meeting then into CrmfideratuMi the Stephen Kfafler of the inadequate finte of rhe of where fix and fend aher only three Members toPa andcon fequemly where the othrr three remained without 01 any diretMiy or in rhe Legifbiiiofi of the kingdom bing of opinion that the number of Rrepre fenraiives from Ireland are much more numerous than from S that it is eflen tial forthe iivereft th it Ihould be ade qumely reprefentcd in hImperial that rhe abud and unconftitvuional idea of alternate Reprefejnation fhould be com pletely put nn end to j it was moved by Sin clair and feconded by Sinclair of that a Corhmmee bs appoined ro draw up a Pillion to ihe cirrum ab onJ praying for rwdrefs j with power to the Committee to correfpond Wirh the other Counties in more efpeci ally thofe in a fjrnilar and alfo wiih the Univerfines of who have no ftare in the National though ihofr of Eng land and Ireland in order by ihsir joint the maybe fully brought public li fcrious a may be redrefied Sutherland of the Sinclair of Sinclair of Sinclair of Sir John Captains and w ere appoiwted a Committee for the above Sinclair of Barrotk to be who to fee the Curiofty at Parig may ditre to know that Englifhinen can be pielented to Bonaparte only in two By having Letters of Introduction from Lord ktfbury by bearing the Kings and hav ing been introduced to His Members of who have been introduced to our find it fome to be prefcnted to By fending Touffaint acrofs HreH j to a gaol on the froiiiers nf it is evi dent there is no intention of bringing him to trial I and we believe no folid charges euula be out againft as neither tfoubied a Habeas Corpus or a Trial by Jury r is the Yeflerday we received letters from dated the Auguft j at which period the Ifland remained in the hands of the the French Troorjs which are tocompofe us Garrifon not ing arrived from Renard floop of which carried out the orders for the evacuation of arrived about the mtJdle of July bur the Ifland was npt to delivered up until the Troops from France Yefierday we received accounts from Domin go to tlie Its internal fituation continu ed we before Hated The in fmall commit great riabiy retire on the approach of ihe French Troops who arethus fubjjed to much toil and conie quent The inliabitanfs relwildrng and Trade was re According ro the Tariff eftabliftied by General Lethirc for the commerce vvuh Do Foreign imported by foreign rs fubjet to a duty of tweny on tlie coft of the S u ga coflf dye and fome other articles of produce on expor charged with varying from fix to one hundred per and fuch articles as are not a re liable to a duty of twen ty per on the market Some of the Bills drawn by ihe French Agents in for the conveyance bf and for furnifned the Republican Forces in the have been difhoncmred in in confequence of the want of means to difcharge of forty American veflels were detain ed by the Spaniards at Buenos Ay Monte Ve and Enfanda de in May It Rated thar the Viceroy took the feamen from thefe In order to man Kis armed to cruize upon the caft and in the river to capture fuch Americans as they might The of 74 and Active xvere Tome time fince fern fromGibraJtar to for the purpofe of demanding of the three Merc hjjnt which we mentioned in a for mer Number to have ben detained Our officers received from rhtfDcyafFurnmes of fatis fiction but not learn that the Veffels have yet The Gazette of laft night contains a Notice to Claimants under the Convention luttli tltt United Slates of Concluded at London on tlie 4 h of It that in the firlt arti cle of this concluded an he Sch of Ja the United in dilcharge of the money which rhev might have been liable to in nee of rlje fixrh article of the firflmen engaged to for the wle of ihe Jiobility of iis that it does land in need of furh According Monficcir Ncckaraud iMon fieur de vbo IMS long at Literary have refurned determined tu tht mailer Otie accuJes the other of hav ing ruined the frnnce ilit other reiurti the and in allerlues ihat his ad verfarys bungling fpirit of overturned the Governtnent of and the murderoi its Sovereign may be on i A letter from Fnverftiam in dated a melancholy was luB night exhi Part of ths French who have been qiiar in Holland are 10 wiih Genera1 i The rertiamder are to return to irnmediarely aftrrr the arrival of the French ar the It been mod thar th1 of ilhing an Euglilhman who would improve his mode of lhij fhoqld lent as Sir J fWfirren ii employed in this luflia at war with this coun threatening our may bf igain at war wiih JLmprror is cloffly inked with Uritiih Minifter who inflUtl the in our Naval dafrrye to lofe hw we are fur lir Warrpn would be the laff to accept luch a OU Wheat was cried in the City o on pefday at the Lord CaJtlereaph is arrived in and has his fcat as Ptefident of the India bited it id quietly engaged intheir fereral little cjcpeclmg the tiemendous explosion wns experienced by the blosving up ol the Pnvvder ihaking every houfc to the duiug much to the and defiroy ing windows w ithout No ctfitVin caulc for the accident can t be affigneil on tliele melancholy everv perfonand thing are fwtrpi away within a icitain and no oir left to give us the real So foon as any ope would venture near rhe it difcvneied that five poor and two lioiirj had tlietr their limbs being altered in all directions by ihe The names of thelc rtuniVc rncu Hiiliings and all svorkmen in the On a further anotlifr puor rreaiure till alive but ttreadfuUy torn and laftant cae was taken ot and tveiy means ufcd to get froid him the laufe oJ the accident t but he was unable to utter a and in about an hour and a The general opinion that the grinding machine u as with two much vHo and that ihc w ID raken PEDBSTRIAN usu or life of Ballooni remains ytrt untried in Great On rhe Continent it has been ingenioufly propofcd j for every cubic inch of the contents of a rlie weight of a pcrfon bearing it on hij head is rendered one ounce A Billoon may be ea fiy carried on which thall take lull from the weight of perliw It it fixed by If raps ton belt ihcie pals through i wooden by winch the Balloon refls on the h k Dilloon is a wh ch piele vcs u tinu tn it and in its connection with the woodn The leaihcr belt round he rom it hang two bot in wlin h the fur a fupply of in flarmndble b intothe Balloon by a cock when of hat withwhkh it is 1 hwafr IB turnilVied alfo with rwo at one end with to aflift his pro The abic of the Balojn isgummsd Lieutenant Buchanan was on Thurlday tried by a and d if miffed rhe fervite for dilobedieuce jf and leaving the deck during his perors defer in the faid of n rhne inlalmtfnt All petf there who intend to claim ihe benefit of jhe faid firfl ure requefted to lodge their feveral IP wiihout with Jt He No 7 Great The form in which fuch cltims are to be drawn up is in in the Gazette An aUrm of iKe Fever lately excited it in confequence of rhe arrival there the fhip from Savannah for Londoi the and two of the of which were on iheir being removed to rhe Hof their complaint proved to be only a biiious and the alarm Confiderable vvnimofity tubfifts between Jeferfon and the Prefident and VicePrefidem of the Amierican and tlie partizans of each are loud in againfi the Fortythree millions of dollars were lately im porred inro Spain from Sotith Several Spanifh veflels have been plunder ed by the Algerines in the Jt is that the crews of two of them were mur by the In confequeiice of the Bntovian Legiflature hav ing rtjt eled the propofition made by the Govern ment 10 indemnify ihc holders of the Dutch Eaftlndia Stock has fallen from 120 10 95 Yeflerday were received Guernfey and On the the harveft was ge nefdlly over throughout thofe IfLinds and On ihe opp Hie ihe crops were greatly and excellently Ihe French continue ihe art of fhip building with the gremefi activity ihere is ftarcdy a dock throughout the Republic which has a vacant Sixtten fhips of the from to 74 will bready ior launching by the middle of next A of formftly tranfported Cimvcts om the Eritifh dominions in Europe 10 B rHny having returned and ciandeftinely tablifhed themfelves in the province of and at oiher wirhin iis the GovernorGe nera1 has illued ordering them all to be fent out of the Fifteen hundred under the guidance of are ftated to be on the eve of leaving their for the purpofe of firming a colony on the banks of the jn the flate of New early in was to make a tour of the Eaflern States of The conduct of General in his abrupt departure from has been highly difap by the Chief has announced to the Prince thar the Fieach Government continued towards him the moM The fum Hated in the German journals ro be due to the Landgrave of HefTe Caflel by this coun being the Arears of amounts to what The Prince of HiWefheim wept by order of he figncd Act of Renun ciaiion he is allowed a penfion of 3001000 florins during his and was offered a Bifhopric in the Pol he Lord Whitworth leaves for on Wedncfday or Thurfday The ojf v to by evety i their the brutal practice of tanptra toutantur fellt that iti minondass the eaterctfccjf wreflling maoctne Thebans win the famous battle of Leuclra anl Plato terms pugelifm the image of mends the Greeks and Cretans for tfcfc of the gymnafttc to which he in ctpal degree their fereatneft f Arena only leads to Bridewell and beattrigyour man is only a probation w beating The Vineyard of has b en erroneoufly ftared to nave been purchafed by ia merchant of That efltie long celebrated for producing the ftnefi Claret in has been for many years the property of who retries in a magnificent manfipq he has biely in the County of The proceeds ftoipn this Qenrle roans houfe at tjarron and Gueftier fending the frifti apply of Claret to a iiobfe JB from wKehce as we wag fupplietj with four one during the vvar Hiving mvnttoned and ed by or party judices from offering our tribute 19 fidelity take this opportunity to that having eVaded the order by hteh Robefpierre doomed rhe o tain to preparatory at leaft pro if not native of and was mitted the fole proprietor of the property5 but as foon as a Government be irj 1 lHlds individual he Barton the entire of his immenJe and A brother cf thisGufcflier is have a fled in a finiHar manner tJ an named i In faying thai benefits fometimw what is fairly denominated a fourqe of would not inciie to which every inftance militate thofe When the fortune ofFrance of the Houfe of feek an afylum the fluctuating Rulers of their fr qiieftered ihe eHares of the and drfl poled of moft of them by rhe hammer Theim providence of fome of he family of De Ginkle had mortgaged hs fortunately to per fons of the Democratic considerations for whom prevented a the difeafed public affairs would have tendered comparatively The Earl of during this rtfided in where he obtained a li Ueral but tianquilHty having been reefta blifhcd in he has returned and again obtained the enrire of Tiis Lrd Camden has fold His eftate at Wwhbeg f r he prizeagent at Ply mouth is Mofl of recent voyagers to the Andaman have contradicted ihe report of former na vigators as to the inhabitantsbeing canibals and in a late number we gave an of their hof pitality tb the crew of a veffel which had w recked their following oflbme is ai variance thefe fhip from Madras to R touching n found there fijc Chinefe who that they were the re mainder ihe of a Wge which in en deavouring to make BaiTeen were driven on the uf the where they were in fiantly furroundd by ihe murdered feveral of and eat ihem before their The remainder weretiedup to trees in ex petition of the fame but one of them gnawed off his bonds of coir with his teeth while the fa vages were and then liberated hU compa vrho to the fortunately found iheir boat rind pufhing to fea without pro or providentially after a voyage of fi me made the coaft of Coro Among ihe Perfian papers found in the archives of is a curious arranged tm mcd arely under the direction of the late eiifter with aview ro denote in a moft confpi cuius his prctenfians to abfolute fovo rignry am or from the fuggeftiona of pride and changed the in ufe Mnflelman and altered the and defienations of all the Offices nf Go o the divifion of territory and terms of rnrn The eea which he affopted is precifdy ihe Fellingaua which commenced with the Cath J or fourth incarnation of acrordinjf to the mythology of rhe It confifts of fucceflive cycles of y years every year bear ing a diftmr5l name and of ihefe 81 are faid to invented new for thofe and adding thereto rhe wa of the Birth of rather aflumptii ji of which was i J yours prior to rhe The Order of ihe Fench permu ting the exportation of cerrnin articles hitherto accounted looks like an inclination gra dually to renew that tommercial hick popular prejudice alone ptevnrs from being at once The prohibition of rhe f rartfir of our goods through is a from which firrte endeavour to draw a different but if a Treaty of Commerce be fo nearly brought to a concluflon as it is generally believed ro we can only look upon this prohi bition as n temporary connected with fome article of dilcullion in the progrefs of A Supercargo of the fhip Eliza lately carried to ftun a hell which weighs 417 The for Botany has received he and is daily expend to iail from Pouir Price of FngVifh September 3 per 68J Jor Ac Omnium 8H 9 i 9 ONB PACKET   

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