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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 21, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                r A of Augufl addrcflrd to the i iiavittg lately fven with louufmprifc in the public pfinrVCome moft alfc and wantMI attacks nn th conduct of hNKnva HighnelV tie Oukr of fines lie was of I trufl you will not Cufe to tfrnit the following Itatcment of fatfs from an who lias for many yearn been a witnfs to the hsvttaken place hrthii Previous to the arrival of hit Roval cauTes unneAcfrary i moft extraor dinary relaxation of difciplinc arjdthr andliccvtfioumeK troops had arifen to A height not orily to be believed The ftreets diily fwarroed with drunkn Ifen infulted and maltreated the inhabitants pirticul irly the moft brutal and A general wwut of regularity and uniformitr con tpiqnwils inalmott every point n winch th of a welTregiilatcd army NO general rule was ob cither in and both flicers and in the habit of drelled the fancy of each individual Royal on witneffing the late of the reYoIrcd however ungracious the ufle might to check the liccntioufncU of the to enforce his Majcftys regulations for tir drefs and discipline of the arniYi The of making fonve fevere as he in fuch a Toon On Several of one of the being and to receive 1000 iaihta for twp i women at noon the prefence of who were prevented from affifting or xcfcuing them by the bayonets o the other his Royal to mark his of fuch proceed and to deter others from fuch fcantlalout which had hut too frequently directed the pu to be inflicted by ihe tap of the drum a only iifcd with notorious where peculiar fcve is This fooo had effect Tju check the drunkennefs among the which wras RoyM Highuefs a rmmber of the lowerciaff which been a re iceptacle for ojrftry fpectei of vice and fhould niot up arid given to prtvent any fokliers ftrett were not cleanly and uniformly that has highlv contri buted to and regularity are rentpirktblc id the h may improper to as a trait of his Highuefss difimereftcdnefs in thU that the chief emoluments f Gwvtrnor here arife from the tax on wine houfes and the duty on the winexrdnfurned which by his Royal has now dccreafcd upwards of fly the indetatigible zeal and attention of his Royal lie liuce his effected a change in the and regularity of the which mart forcibly ftiikes tvery perfou who was a tvll iicfs former Hale of the jrthahitants of being oppreffed in any oir ehligcd to conform to any particular or ridicu mode ipf as has been mod faHeJy tnjoya degree of freedom and prritcftion Fcldom experi enced His Royal fince his hav a number of opprcffivc aud impolitic fees which rettdtid to impede the free trade of this plice and contnirv to the practice of moft former Go he and countcnancedthe Trial ly Jury the Civil AdminiftrAtion of Jufticc in all Where the or property cf tiviliaas were con the enclofed Charge from his Royal Highnefs to the with which I willthank you tofnrertiwUlfoiricientJy confirm what lhavc here flated his condul during the whole of the different he fat as has moft ftrongly imprcflVd every of the with the opiniQnof his and Gibraltar July bESS On tlie aid of July Jnftpurfuaut to pub lic a GcucraLfJCJTfions of the Peace and Gaol Dc was lud at the Public this his Royal Highnels Kent and and Eomhnd lifq Majeftys JuUiceti alfigued to ktcglthc JICACC for the faid town and The Court being the Royal Charter read by of the and oilier formalities on opcn Court goqe of the Orand John John Henry James Samuel John linuuanucl Tohii and were fworn when Royal tiigjuiefs the Governor addrellcd them as u Gentlemen of the Grand the ftrlt time I have Iiad occafion ro rum yoli it is with real plcalure I perceive the 3reTcnt Jury to be fo retjiccluWy compofed liAinwieof yon have liitherto had tht opportunity of Icarmng niy fentiments upon the adminiflration of civil juf Iconceive it to be my duty in this publicly to iviihwhiih 1 ever come forward to gjtji their force to thetiimofl of my knnwledge and whenever the protection of yourperlbns or propertiesfltsll u wilt eaflly That I feela Mgwft at licing to perform fo indif pertfible a part my as that of calling upon on prefetu to give your jirefent attention to a wfeich I apprehend you wil find too much reg ion to bring forwardfomc bfffenflcrsto crimes appear beJdfgrcjt in order that they may hey will take Hie opportunity of making a jpr mcnt to his Majeftyj JjulViCCS on the which youtr Royal Highnefs recommetodeJ to tricir whlclk appear fo falutary for The good goVernaMnt arra ofi this town and a flu ring Ruyaf tint in all and every occafion for the pdhlic they happy to give every afli Vance in their The Jury wired ijotri a b of ment againft PafqunlGutiutidini artdl yaleta alias Pafyual for lire htg ot t Vw gift of May and carrying the warehou lie of one Janes a tfuarrtify of prinje4 cottons and 6f the vaue of of the goods and Henry Dun dercjale and WilUam ThomAS afer Hoing thnugh trie they returned with the bill found againlY bntbihe alee their trial accordingTo the LaWrof our At the faiivt it not without real fatUfadtion tftat 1 am enabled to that there is iio native inhabitant of this place wlidfe liamcwitt irppeiir before llinvrld there have occurred knowledge any crimes for whicji the ofiViKkm yethein brought to juf 7 ain to remind that it isyour bnundcn duty to pcelvnt all llverein xvithout favour or Hiring fadtliBS criminal I have alfo to callyoHr attention to fome arrangements for the Vo of thh which it lois been intimated to me as tor the general The tie are ithe AttiWilliment of certain regulatioos for porter clFaniug t and the better govern of flic and veiidcrc of knowledge of the and the mnft on thcfeve r6necSii fie fo capable as yourfelves of CHr inthefe of which H n thrrcforc I yau propofe nothing tome for he thi it of it wfll bjiflrftc and iuclinatron to M to procefd upon the iftigatifln of Ijefoic juciffjuy youwill Th bill was then rrald and inrr to rhs to which they pleaded Not Guilty Ffsre the Evidence nflftt Trial is T e evidence of the CfOiVii bing and duly irverpreied to the prifoners at the Barr tthu caled no witnefTes in their defence Jlidge Advocate addrefTed rh Pstiy Jury from the as ciuld h folio A ing effeiJt Gentlemen of the to my fununrtig tha Evidence nowbefore the and ligil explanations as may be neceflary for your better information and govern trudl fhall hot be coniidcred as unncaeiTarily tref patling upon your by endeavouring to imprelV upon your nuuds the nature and citaitof the very imptuv tint duties you have beeo fummoned todie performance The Trial by a privilege whiclv didinguiflich the Bntiih Conftitution from that of all other mull ever be a fourpc of an well as to every individual under ftruifh that neither his liberty can be nor bis perfon fubjedt ed to without the unanimous concurrence of impartial ralccn from the clafs of his To thishigh you are now called and are etjually bpundby your duty to and to for the faith ful performance of ThU you have promifed to under tlte iacred folcmnity of an oathf and I am fuHy convinced that yoa all equally feel a difpofition and refo luticn to perform it with that ftriiSkncfs the nature of the offences fubmittfid to your aogiiizance may fcxsmto As a nwuv of a Juror ought ferioufly to confider theinclilpenlcihle duty owed by indivi dual to that Society of htLtormi a and for the Security aud prcfcrvatton which all laws araefbbliflicd and tiiat he cannot confcientieully acquit himfclf of this but by evccy thingia his powor to the due execution of thole by which alone rlic honell acquirements of inrfuftry protected from tlie rapacity of the and Sock try be relapling into its flute of rude and uncultivated The object and of Punifhmtnt c neither to remedy an evil already nor toinfl A pain on the iuciividua offender but toput it out o trie power of a criminal ro do further injury to and to deter by from the perpetration of fimiUr ofTcnces although it may not be poiTible alrogetiur to prevent the commJtliou of yet it ia xroroniun intereA of mankind to endeavour to sunder them lefs fre quent to the evils they Robbery is an not only again the party but againfl the who eutided to profecution in this the interpolation of a mifbkcn lenity betrays a want firmneiii iiiioiical to the Public by tending to infpire with the flattering hope of impu al as4 private a man may diipenfe wiih fur tJie injury Itc has be belongs nob one but to Society in i he Judge now proceeded to flate and comment en the charge being His Rojal Highnefs added Gentlemen of the After the very able moaner in which Nugent s a Ivith chelc luojecls than I can he prefumcd to be fumined tin the lividencc to tml explained the it can Irardfy be iitceiTary for me to add any thing to ei ccpt if you fliallfte fmalleft rcafon whatever for doubt or as to of the proofs in of the yon are to recoiled that you oujjlit to lean to the UDEor ihe jury then in hnff an rcturrte4d vrth a of Guilty againII boiJi the Upnn vvh ch His Royal Highnefs the Governor in a loUrnn andimpreflive 10 paH as Mlms Prifoners at the Aftor a patient and attentive hearing on the parr of the Gentlemen appointed td lit upon your you have been declared by thtm la be guilty of a to which the Liws of lingland Iwve annexed a capful In fo they have merely acquitted themfelves of an Uifpcnfable duty and it only remains for me to a rialnful part of pronouncing the awful Sttittnee rhe which That you be Uteu from this Courfto the plicc frpni whence you and from tlicnce to the place of to be hang ed the until you are dead Ihe Priloners were then from the and ihr Court adjourned ro the following SEPTEMBER her Gentlemen jcot beg in the rtltp return for ihe very Addrcfs delivered them l they beg leave the greatcft This i6rh we received Paprg to the 8ih mclulive On the our the Gum of Lord hitfaudience of leave of the limperor hifiierjo iry of was alfo introduced aj Charge till the arrival of Admiral War Lord Helens received from ihe Emperor a coftly diamond ring at a hiis Lordflup comes h me in the The day the Pruifian Count had alfo audience of of marriage with of rlif CHers of ihe of Ruflia is ex pViled fpcedilj jo rake pi They are Pririceffei of the actomplilhments and moft amiable hav ng bren educated under the im nirliate eye of their molt excellent ExtraS of a private Letter from Thtf GnvernmcTtr is n nv Employed in carrying into thi Senatut Confultum of the 4 h of Au in organizmg the Electoral College f If tFiisjarrAolgtment mould be found at de fcilive in in priftciple as was chat of ihe lifts of was looked Mppo in theory as ilvere fs thhl Senairjj ready u It now admitted MlDUm thai Jft iq the defnerj obtained out by lobferved morning toart intelligent French ihit it appeared ihaft no oiBcial notice vvSrs taken of ihe afiair of General which may produce fome difficulties on rlje Hisanfwerwas Nlmpoftft tie nous oteupant firieufemcnt que tie la Ruffle ds is ofnomoment ferioufTy btif of two Ruflia arid Abptn the iid of lafl the infamous Thomas Paint failed from Havre In the Offing the and the Ofticeis were proceedirYgtoexaminePaints hend ve perhaps Ipffi he might be carrying fome of Kights of of die hen their curiofiry was bya fight of the American Miiiifieri Trrey perrnfued Paine fode with alt his it he willtx allowed to Jand ttyty in It is iuppoied ihnt in future the importation of fucli dangerous comoaodirieu into be pro liibited by an rxprels Senatut A report has that feveral EnglrA rnennave been arrefted ar put in the Tcmpbvfijr having fpoken taofreely of tftieprtferit meafures in This is by Thjf millJoris that are likely to be expended by Butt uitheFrench are a fufEcient induce ment not wih coencourage rather his rs Bur afier nil ihe enquirieswhich I been able to 1 can face no ground for excepting in theartellof an trifhmanabout ten days on the charge of having Louis dOrs which were not is a gentleman of re fpedlablefamily and foroe fortune and whatever may be the quality of the Louis it is not probable that any guilt can be attached to him on the At prefent a myftery hangs the from that vilefyftem of fecret im prifbrtmenti which is fo much the tathion in This whife narrre is not per mitod to have any Communication with his or even with his They feem to hvs no idea in this of the injuftke of inflicling any hardfhip what is necefliry fpr the mere purpofei of on pepfons only ec cufid of Ths people of La it is again and They lately in armed bodies for the purpofo of ing one of their called who was 10 b lent the Temple to betranlportcd beyond Tiiey actually intercepted an fuppofing to be his j but fielding it was only Toulfaint they it ro Tr are marching hi confidcrable bodies to that It is dated in a letter fom that tlVe Emperor of Rmfiia hasrcfufcd to accede to tlie re quett oh this to guaruitee it far this e is nritled toicredirvremans yer ro be THE P VFKOM It oiinnot have f fcaped ohfervatioji that from o ucnig noiv Confols and uuf courie enables monied men ro Che different fcrifs in full in tho tourfe of laH in all the major part of tlie loan ill be equally liquidated befoir the ex p ration of The great fcarcity of flocks experienced at prefent in the warrants this It may nor here be nor iroout to notice a very curious fpecies of adduced by the fapjem peculators in a fall of They flart a but withourconfidering time and appear little hether the cafe applies or not On rhe attain ment fay thefe wife gentlemen of peace with A the 3 per rufe to before the expiration of the Con tois fell to The recollection of this cir ftrange1 as it may has ablblu re ly occafioned fale of above five millions f by that defcription fpeculators commonly rtiled But thefe fpeculators will find to their from the different circumflauces of England at that and the prefent the cafe his not in On the conciufion of the Ameiican war we had a floating debt of and Exchequer to the amount o lortv milli wholly unprovided for the revenue deficient in nearly millions PT annum thwealih of the country not afourth part ot irs preftrt amount above there w then no fund efiablifh ed for the Redudiionof ihe National tfcit how widely different is the prefcnr gl iri ous no floating debt of any importance the nation abounding with wealth incalculable die fum of five millions annualjy apprupjnted for rhe redemption of the National Dtbt above 8 1 milli ons already redeemed and millions to be annihilated by trie fale of the Land within the fpace of five the dividends a mounting average each quarter to five mil and a of which part is gene rally reinvefted in ihe Pope alfo us the comparativeamount of ihe exports of Britifh produce and manufaflures in Quarter ending 5th April ending 5th July of foreign Quarter ending jth April ending jth July Total amount of exports for the firft fix i 1 amount of imports for the firft fix months of thu into the port of London Balance in favour of England 1 And the mcreafe ot our exports in the comfe of this year exceeds that uf ihe laft by nearly four Pope ftates ihe revenue on domefiic 10 be equally We tnke from and hope he ii BraT The Paris Papers of Monda day We thil mo communications from a date than i hofe contained in thefFr The of the Dep and the proceedings of the g Unifiers are affifling at that While the one is debattng whet plan mall be the others nTve atflua ried it imo and pofte their Several alrea given in the Diet B and The p the rwo Mediating Powers has receive tufvite is of opinion Eiiipire fhould exprefs to the Ruflian and Minifters irs confidence in the equitable their Saxony tlihilts the plan requires more mature deliberat Brandenburgh is for adopting 5r in a as rlily HS and Wirtrmbergh by the fame principles as No military event has taken place in Switzeria fince the affault on the pofl ofRengg j1 the p of the Smaller Cantons appears ftill to gnin ftre as hs emifTflries have met fuccels in ihe of where the of tRb ton country are difpofed to favour thdir French Minifler in in the hill time fem off a to his faid to be rne bearer of difpattnes of thegreat the puiport of which the Teefla blillimentof order and rranquilty in thatcouhtry A callrd 7be Courier de Parit et de has b en fuppreflVd at ihin Comnrn in hat the Frenciv Journals tion ihem with as much ffoid as fhe announce the time of its being high The rumour of de la Fayettes death U One of the Papers thai K je merely to rhe polhical prdd The Funds are recovertilg from rheir recent prellion Various caufes have tended to this effecl there be no Commercial entered into there will at Itaft be fome mercial underftanding between the two and the Merchants beginnow to fte thtir way mo with refpec5l to the intercourse withFiang than they have betn able to do at any time fim the There a fcarciry of Stock i the and the nut chafers of Omnium hat been brilk wiihin thefe two Pet haps it be the Bank will extend the period o the This fiep they may it advantage t the inconvenience to the floiiifhing flate of ihe Revenue it is fuj puled the Chancellor of the Exchequer will no want a Loan next or at any rare a very frnal of the life nviy knowledge that the Commiffieners forthe redg lion of the Nationnl Debt will have to make lar purchafes before A tneafure that t ice yefierday at the had alfo a very iai operation At a General the Governor announced e Proprietors of Bank a Refolmion of i Court of in confequence oft growing profits of their corporate hey had topropofe that the of two and one hall per on the capi al of the Bank which i fhould be divided among rhe Proi in the 5 per which would amount to a fum of This dation was unanimoufly accordingly every Proprietor of Bank Stock has rwo and one half per of addiiion ro his capital madeto 5 per Cmr Pin has been feiioufly but we are happy tolarn that he is and all unpleafam left Sin Walter Karquhar has been flaying with him Walmer and remains fcr fome days longer Sir John Borlafe U arrens EmbafTy has all the Nava Miffiop moft Of being naval Sir from his polifhed nersjs as much qualified to ftiine in a as OBJ a Cajnin Hawes of the Ropfl goes Secteiary Sir Botlare War4 on his EmbaHy A private Letter from PJTIS foWit accounr of the departure of Central Lafnes froi The reafon of his quitting Portug lhPs from configned to Mr de had tvv thirds of their cargo prohibited goods in cal iv hith were all palled the French Ambaflado baggage but on the arrival of the third the Intendanof thought t was foul and girne of he cafes open infleadof privair they were filled Noiitc of this proceeding Was who fem his A dduCamp to ihe Cufl houfe a violent alienation enfuedhetvreen the which teimmated in the Camp was taken to the but liberp next The General immediately waited Chevalier the Portuguefe Minifler for Fo reign and in a rough manner told hiffli his was that thert was no Government j ihat all was Anarchy j hey were flaves to ilw What have been expecled from fuch a man as Lafnes j any education He was an appren tice to a Dyer in till hen he in in requifition he can fcarcely iad or write Four uf whom one is a 28 years of on at flood expofed to public corn in rhe Place for fix hours crime was forgery and the letter was feared with H hot iron on a fhoulder ofeacK of This is the firli inftance of the renewnl of a modeof which has long been out of firne A report has reached thnt Prince Kor has fltd from and that a reward of ten thoufand ducats run been offered hr apt   

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