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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 18, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                9 Monitrur nf the 8th con tains the rewirr ihe Fu ft in by tbe Minifler ot Foreign relative tn differences win and ihe proceedings The eport commenrrs with a trnin on He wellknown lawlefs and predatory difpofirKns J the Barbery ft tf IMS particular of the Regency rtf it fupi to of tiwExpe dipCharles againft that Siar and firnr oiber firmUr It does nor ri Vran jhe chiftffonient infilled by Louis and the advantageous treaty to it The adhered faithfully to this till ihe of the Porte previiledViih them to brtflk in fame of 8 on his return from and his in the procured the cntoCluffari nfn treaty r btt a frefli imerventioii of the Pone rented it IVorh pi tanominal yar France and Al a war without hostilities on ihe 27h December a new iKfe Cirhmerte of Prarfcfe pirfued fts urUNfilt fear The report tneii offjoftility rCRetMly agamft French na and already dettiled ittth8perWtCTp5ipers j the made by the French pre amd the infant i S Irtfof avid tnele faiMs vhe Hful brtlcrV tfpar ld rdent atyf Du prdent bois late landed on the apd to the Deceived him in a tnoft itiftrnguifhed manrttfrygave into bjfcWnhancf etettef ririffen by ilwf Firft Mod HigVandMag DEY whopi in Qloryind Iwriie tljis Letter to I am that you have MiniUerft who dctcivb anil wHo line of cnududt the moft he Ad 10 demand prompt ttpa hxye a right to frMfthe frn r f have always inanlfefted A Frtuth been heactnin the Road by coc of your Agent of the Repub hw in demanded fatisfaiaionitWbBrfgt rif and ciirricd into Afgrers Vefttl has been captured in thtf Road of whithvioUtit ihe French a ran wn your lad nvre thait 150 Men have bccu in the t reparationfor enWr oO dflult of iyour eWfjr I ihould take iofinriUr I hsrvedifpBtchca a Veffel to hrittghoRie the Men whicji I ftlfo torcqtfeft yeu ill pbce no CcnrtrJcnce in of joutr as are the EtUrmicij of cannot greater thanthAfc j if I diauldtitc and for GOD hat wiiUpg tolive in friend flrip with mufl nrtt condder me a bnt rttfjieft iKe t that lot the Vliicli Kuis conftitutttf pie reparation for all outrnges ihat Thcle teing the Tole ohjrifls of this I ta read it and to inform me by the return of the Of what you iVhitever were difpofnions of the it appeared that his define maintain a goud Republic r I ait faid tivhejftJwinySrthe friend nf Bonaparte1 and he giVearnple above ofder rvpny a ttariiculaf to Ihe Er voy of ilft or anri received hint in moft pavtlibti in hit as H be arge Rear Ad Hf trert ie JcWral HulSin ine enared for tn the Name of the only Man of GOD Muflapha yaur But if the propourion came frofti jftrithef I would not accept it for a million of You do not wiping to give me which Idetnnrtjfled me for the I have fuifained fapon your account Whether or not you good I have fettled with my ycur all the ireVative to CovAing and the Coral 1 he African Cpnipauj half fame jiavr or dertd the Bey uf ConlUnnue to tuTordit eycry Kind of I have atiifitdyou in the ronnncr you have dcured and for which you will doubt left at I hive tendered you j In I cequcft you give that NjtinQf hoftile to nie fliall tiorfail nor witii tint of the Itaban Republic that there may be ho farther betweiu for I am dcftrous of re maining iu amity i I have ordered ehtt ruy Rain hall rcfpoS the Preach Hag at I urft who Ereuch into any my in future any or fltoufd wiitc to me and eirefy tlirflg fhUl bt J faJute GOD keep th i jth of theMooii RaLiad year of the In i fhould to the Firjft that the V and Rearr f Ircum peiflbnthe wriom GOD permits to reign To Friend Firft Couful Uic and Prefident of the Italian I falute Cftx of GOD remain With By Fricnrii 1 inforin dated the 1 have to m W the General of ftlaceiaud your thwll N Vou tomplini SJ the Raw Altho lie ijtfiie of my 1 have die uurftofc Of hh But at itif moment of intended KteoirfvjiVyowr reqvcfiedhu pardoli me in your anil I You the you eantion of beeMi fumifried tti rcUtive trail arc not according to y 1 have Ubtratcd eighfeeii been 3You daiMmd4 Ncapofitiin it failed from Cotfw on vhe Pfttwth There been no French or found On board defiril I have ordered the crew to be Ttftored to arfddelivered tn your 4 You require the puiiillimcnt of the who con du aodJiUbertworVcffCts belonging to the French Rcpuh lc I have degraded but I have to Hate ta lhat Rait read European trharaclcn they ef the fwrnu of the of War of the Republic fltould adopt feme particular iu order to be kuown by my Cut You demand JJO which yog fayarc in rcy here is out All the perfons in qucfriuu have pcrillicd by the will of which greatly 6 You there who offer cotmrd tending tn embroil Our Amity u clolcly and uf long and all diofc who endeavoured to leitlu it will be You icquirc that 1 fiiall be the friend of the I Uwli iti flag M according to of fatahty i4 ihrir plT f6 livtd in a ftate of The Dublin SE PTf AMD W ANT E tn Parift abmii mileii from Perfon lie tnuft capable of inlrruainp Cltitdrcu in Pialmpdy if t married acd that hit Wife can the to and it will he the of Charadler and ConduiSk will1 be A tod a LiBtBAL Salary wtKCie AppIV to 1 AFRENCH AKO ENOLFSH For YOUNG rpt tt to tJ7e Ff which has been1 a marked the bten gtiiilejj and in their made a cunSrqon caufe each each Lv the diilbluuon fiss beeo long time preparing of the general of of Europe if Jithothers rhfredjSce has leveraf taken ihe apptoatlj oi have Itm flglit oftheir gerin cuBoraiiand have gi ven ihemjelyes up wirteur refeWe to idle Such xvas ihe fi of trie at that period of the Eurppe aftonithmesut favv it That Governpneit itfelf was not Icdg in feeing rndetd every thing ir sbmad at hornC was only calculaied to infprre it regret frthe deter mi nation which it hadfufTereB itfeli to be into The Pone Taw the fafUiiul ju ihe declaration he nade whrnhetook pofTtflion the Otntnan provide for its prefers a govern it ivirh aadtake tneafuns to enfure its future gdqvcn U hen by declaration of by ivhich for5 the theTdii giori of the hewed thatthe intention uP the Conqueror not In far any il irig againft the tddiittihTh fhe in Vvt render more mure by iutrnducing inja ip elieraents ol aod IHopening jii rhe midttottheir provinces the grand road for ihe rommrrce of ihe ihe OttomanGovernment had firmed s conneJltOBS without the laft to engage in m oHd orjy prcjdure ef Drejudirial to andfrom tbe ot lier fittinti file could fnly tviihdraw the latt torn the It was pacification nf the oihur pwpi6 of that the Parte was able to irg without The was in fingly wirh TWO Empires ai treaty of the ofJuly wiis com jtnd the great work of papUicaVion Thii treaty recfiabiiJhcs tiiastiuient connexions between rwo and provided for every rhing whicn the and Avand of tbeOttoman Em and the iriierefts nhd gkry nf Pratirw The py yvJikh manifetted at Cordaminople upon the hews the value which the Go lerument and Ptople of Turkey placed upon ihf of the frku flip of he French The jmerruption of that friendship has always been by ferinus errors and by great dan In iotvive that reprfejii tlie hopeof finding in the atUhle ties inherent to its politics aiid Councils of a Power always intereflrd in us The imerefls of the are fecurtfd by this The French fit IVSCJIB trqd to will oon recover the prapttrty which has been from rheir aocieat The which are eniitled aie ipecified by a lar honor of France and the of itsGovernment required ivhidrWere too foug tolerated ly I refperling ihe fhoold done Thcj Black ppeni to us a thtt of our commerce b enlarged by nicaion with the Somhern provinces ofRuffta Thr Sovereign of that who has rlfou above ol i vulgar jilying uf exchanging tbe pwdUce of thqindufhy of is advantageous to tbe of SsbliHie Pprte had nothing to defiie but the irientiChip of and the peace whichhas her a her nil the advantages of it opens to her a new caeerof rcpdfe and Government which bus recurred to its mmem wli in the ndvariages to be from our com with the different States of AVrjca4 and in the return of its ctuimcnts ol the means which ir wants ofpre itrrving that honourable and fecure pofitan in it htisjuft been MRS this ogpprtuiiijtf efex prcffing htfr in cere grutifude to tIic of the YOUNG LADIES configned ta her for their con tinued confidence and friendfliip i her will be eyexy branch af Polite trhich in and all the Fafttionatrie Fancy The beft Mafterg for and on as rtafonablc Ternn ts at any other July MILLS ie now ready to take a iew No SUMMER TO KIS EXCELLKfJCY A RL ttOltn LttOtrtNAKT OUNtKAl AND QKNKHAt ur IRELAND The AJPRBSS of the andCOM MONCOUNCtL of of congratulate your Excellency on your air rival in our and embrace wjth this opportunity to our grateful fenfc of gal lant zeal the of this manifcfkd by vour Excellency inioiroUmDanceit of great public before yon were appointed to prtfidt over That appointmenf vre cdnfidered aftrong inRance of His Majefrya attention to the VVJfare of thi k afforded a pkafvng the advantages we may hope to deriwo f tbe exertion of your fecurtng the public improving1 increauifg our and advanoing the In that haw nor been u all the Mealures of yonzi JExcedency appear to be direcflad to the ittttHimem of tffefe We view prtfent Progreft ofiyqur through as proceeding from an anxious deVue more tn in Vhic infUiWei and by what the BIcHings of Heaeemay teft conduce advance our prefcnt and enfure our the te we h we a firm that no receive the faniflion of ypnr which will not tend to promote the true Jnterefts ot HIS fO Ali EARL of ot of 1 UEKURN you my the hnnov ofyour and receive with particular faclfon on my arrival ih your refpeiftablc 1 am liighly flattered by the reference you are pleafed to make of the Voluntary vice of tlc EnvVifh Militia ju to the ilia re Ibose in that at WROCJ nbich caJIed forthe united oacMiona of fnicUrui in iupport the and ol iLo real Intercfts of cvary Member ot die Com You may be affumj of my utmoft fecure the public Tranquillity a continuance of which no Icfs to the improvement aod even tlic ejrrtcnce of your and to ofy our than to advancement of the general prof peri ty of tic Wlntcvcr meafurts art likely to rhofe defirable and impottaut will all rcictve my moft cordial The motive to which you are fo good as to attribute my defire of vifnioga very interefting part of iltig Coun is particularly gratifying and I fliall ufe bofl en deavours to render the cffetts of Peace henciicial to the and conducive to the hftppinefs and future fccu rjty of Signed HIS f EARL of tDKD AND Of IMLANDV Titimble ADDRESS of tbe BISHOP artd CLERGY of of CORK and May it pleafe your the Blfliop and Clergy of the Diocefes of of Cbrfc and do fiwccrcly rcjpiccat the ho nor wlych by your vi your Excellcacy his bteo plcaitd to County and we jncunibent on us to trite the Opportunity afforded by your prefenec ainougft cobgmuUte youc the fair whfeli are opened to this Country bf the miuiment rtirpughout and by the iup prtflion of damettlc We ruft that by But mild difkihutktnof which charaderizcB your Excellfncys admiuifha M remaining fparks of civil difcurd may be citin and that the reflorationof inttrual may complete the of returning with which it the Providence of Almighty CJod to favour And we cannot hut fotl the and lU moft fangukie hopes Hr the future profpeti4y of TVC fee the aifcurt of this part u theUnttecl placed in the hands of a whole ton ftieimous attention to toe real welfare of lie and Nibotc umftcCXed PiQty inuft without contribute largely tOfirumdte th intertftti of urac will Aowarftrlly tend to enforce the of whpfi ibcra is everdiftinguifhcd ly rcadiiub tu dittreffce of the HIS To the BISHOP and CLERGY of tltc of and My Lord and I i HANK you for live konot of your obliging and carnrftry hope that the of which fo air a profpedt it opened to tbis Country fty the rccflkblifhinent of tlvc of and tty the iupprcffiuti of do me tic may be of long The real Welfare of Hit Majcftya Subject in and the of will alwayt command my atrcntion and tt u particularly gratifying 10 learn from your that thefc im portant liavt nut bccu during the period of my I fliall endeavour by a confcientioua difcharge of my public and by as fur as in alleviate the diuTtflct of the to merit a con tinuance of your Signed Of MR The ADDRfiSS of tne PRINCIPAL May it pleafe your AT a time th Msktift ty the unrlvtllcd VdiUf kr baj given Peace to thi i donteftic difcord and diftruft ha by Confidence aod Security tne aiid principar of Citjr of Cork tbii rtpp6iituniry qf expreffing to our Ibw the medium of your our fulfcA rnofe comduced to Bleflingi j and at the fame we fed ecu tion in offireing to your Excellfcpvy our fiaeere en your arrival rbe Nbblr of a Berlon and Government are bound fty nH aflecliM and yod muft haVe ci reception due to your rMlted dentlyof fuch an incitment your E the with whichr you forward to J Country in the hour of before you became our your prefent folicimde to promote thepto audio perpetuate age o ihe encouragement af our ManimW your fupport of the Charitable Inftkutioiu of your beutvolent exertions to ameliorate the con dition of the lower Clafles 6f the communityand Kxample of your Virtues and Caodna in private haveimprefled us with Jentimenti of uafeiened for your Perfon and Charadter Permit to Bffureyqtir tftat which you have conferred on us by hw been grtwly enhanced by the prcfenceTf y hie and accoinphfhed We entrat Hit will to and of our Uwiii mitBtl and that uniting with the Cauteof Added Rank a and while the purity of Hi n ners holds forth an Example fcr the imitation of the Her Chareties have fecnred the frameop HAUOWICKE the and V HIS Ta the INHABITANTS of the ot YOUR cordial exprcflion of Attachment to our cannot fait of being ai to asthey arc the honor of your kind and Succre Congratulations the City of Cortj 1 cannot too Urongly the Mattering tcrnw in which you arc pleated to coimyr J TJie and principal nt been actuated by principles of Loyalty Majefty8 Royal y laudable and patriotic public ia u vusiaid Asi 1 inwhich to my Gonduct in io with the Eaglifh roy Services towards the Defenct Qf this 1 Talue of your good and1 all endeavour to merit a continuance of the firae by an anxtourfolititude topromotctj and fecure the Tranquillity of It is grateful to me conveying your appro bation of my exertiom to contribute to the Hsppinefsor His Majerty s Subjects in this you art pteafed the ready concurrence which I receive in my en the Jndigcnt TO IREtANQ PATRON or TlIX CONDVTiaN Mle COMFORTS Of T UK POOR IN TUB 01TT of QOftJK M y it pleafe your the and Mem of tho Cork Society for bettering tut Condi and increaGiig the Comforts of the deeply fenfibJe of our your Excellency forthVHo nor you conferred upoh us becoming Patron of our and Tor the obliging terms ra tvkich you ctfnunu nicatcd beg leave to approach you our on ypyr arrival in this It with finccre pleafure tre lee us a we to be to deeply iutereftcd in the Improvemcot and Welfare the ljoor and houidteel deficient in we negleiSied fo favourable an op poriunvty of onr We forward with confidence to the adoption of fomc Mcafuro to the condition of Poor fuch Men your enjoy the confidence of our and nil tht im pprtant State and pray that your Excellency may obtain the reward ydtf and iUat whiUt youContrtbiite to the you may audio your own HippineK the and MEM Bettering the Coo nd Coraforto ol the My I Rp Tlf Rft youmany iTjaiilrt obliging AJ in this Whert rejutfltdjne to become4ne Patron of your excellent was fully imprefled with a of with ft defire to piomow the in jtivax fituatiott i in ariy 5optrrbuU improve the general Condition 6f Poof It uie tbe Wghefi fatisfaftion j and 1 fliail be at all bappyvu fuch Aon and1 fuggcftions important at you to d SUPERIN rENDANT MAGISTRATES i6tii i8qi TVHKPerfoa who was robbed on a Saturday A Night iur the lattercud of July between Knock maroonHi 11 and of a OuineaaudauHalf and a Guincaandrialf in particularly rc quefttd to apply to tbe ttuperintdndant at of begs leave lo inform the he has juft Supplied his Agent with an i tcnfivt Ainl General Aflurtmvnt wf TRUSSES of an provcd Conurudiou hiilitrto unknown in which in the very worft Cafes of Rupture will afford moft fcaf unable JJhe of fuch Articles in the many dangeroui and iGug Caics of has been long the caulc of paiulul anxieties to the who ought to know thii r lives cannot be a moment fecure out Inch SmtLCKAKs rearranged this bufinefs with hia tinPublic may be aiwuyj furc to meet ajConftant Supply of thefe Artiflea inflrumeats tor Curing Diltoited Legs aai Feet of Difterted and every article of Machinery where Deformity can be relieved by Mechanical gained him the   

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