Thursday, September 23, 1802

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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 23, 1802, Dublin, Dublin The following Letter to Charles eowtetfrim tbiffn of a writer tvhnfc tifortt itte have often vritb fleafure and fatifaflion introduced to our Jt it to dcvtlppe fvmiMf thofc intrigurt future evcntt of great importanct to theft eoun vte aa not to lay it before the at tbe fame time that toe have been ok tiffjlto omit fomt pafiagej of the in which the celebrated Peter Porcupine fpeah viilh an unfuflipable feverhy of tbe Treaty of ate Jofo the more readily at tie main purpofe of ib Letter u nut at all affeSedby their TO tHE CHARLES JAMES have never till now thought you a fon of aiiy political I have from my heard you talked of I have feen you jrninanyii the head of a party I have read the of the celebration of your birhdayi I have alfi rad fpeechei in the Parliament in at the and your at the affixes at ifone j 1 have regarded of as the caufe of much nmfe and fome hovr or have been abte tn putfaade that it was polCble for you ever to tiave any ronfidcfable weight i nt he councils of this Now I do think it poffible that Edhaparfe hai and openly fignified his approbation only but yoti alter ilife oi be crowned fpeak of motives and I cannot re frain jfonejrcmarkt on what has been laid yoqr arc only newfpapert fons obvibui to inen preiervmgrrhe ap parent your political have found embarrafled by your ttf capvral of the Perceiving was endeavouring to the rejjgtpn in that he had fome A hat periVcution of the and rhat only formed a but taken effectual to for the fpirit of in that thj abovementioned begaaw attack hipVwiih almoft mtich rancour andfalfehood as if he had really pwi lawful You never out upon thefamily of or of Brunfr a fouler collection of terms and than your entaged friends beftowed en the Firft of They did in snany uiwdfcpropofe to hirnj in every of paragraphs bore aperfec rifemblance to at the The who had been a witnefs of ihecon iequenccs refitting from defpifirtg the re lived co dlfarm berimes an if fuf tocorrtiniie its might become more ajiyjie had therr as far as related to hjmfelf and putan end to tjhe liberty of the Englifh To enter into a detailed defctiption of the means sand doing this would be The thing uas done and ihe newswrirers of this are with tefpefl to ihe Conful and of obliged moft ftricfly to that which I hope though late rin your will learn during your refidtnte in that allregenerating country I riiean iaftienet de in plain thi art of keeping your tongue within your That thefe men muli hate the Conful is Trwy do hate him moft and they wifh all manktndtomakecrim Caufc with muft b their their their tfnd Itieir at feeing jnli at this t4e forenuft of are cring ing at the feet nf Botaai At leetng the of she man of the peo the patron prottclor of the receiviag the rominendatins of B naparre for having ijfifled hit the endeavours of to ihcy have imputed every quality aud crime that defiguate a tyrant the firfl jmpulfe of their honeA jiituneffcms lohavefeized the opportunity for irufcing a laft effort to ovorcomi ihfir inveterate and unnatural Irjrned of thrircouwry i fora day or I really was rn they nere ajiutto give rcrrcticd that j rox could not find btrffer company rhan iVut Fox thould have to Paris juf ar this could not ptr ceive the Kutjfity ol Foxs on fuh a fcrfon as having taken a few days 10 to and to and in mean explanations from your more confidential friends or from they fygan to change their tone j on xhe third or fourth gave a different turn TO ihe ihiug as well as w tlw ftnrimeiiis re fpecling The vifit was become very pro ligh a charaAcr as Mr Fox could not nvoid living in the metropolis of the Chirf Con and indtbtd for favours in his re hout giving an which it is ntt in ihe nature of Fux fa givf to any im this they cxctited for by your attendance at given iiona hi the eyes of the That to prmcs the purpufe obraiinnjji knowledge of thrir ho ic the fblc and hbfolute difpofcr of titlrs and of dominions tlwt fuch H man fhawld derive con in rhe brcatife breu vifited by Cbarlec by ihe pu forlorn and Ifillen who has been fuppjuned Francis i5ur and who usually ai the defer Kn of the Cutent Garden rn tvho tlioughr thir to chair hini after Lid was an office 101 vile even for the vilefl of to fub inittoj ro tliut the homage of fuch Q man could give tonfequeuce to Bonaparte to be moft brutally Itupid but this was the ruoi which ihefc expert politicians chofc give Othe and the goodnatured public auufijwjtdt 10 that your vifu to Paris has no dther ob than that ofSearching and that it be attended wiih no other conftfquence than that exalting Bonaparte in the opinions of who doei really believe be ith an unrimmon portion of For my own 1 am fully per that fir other motives led to this that Ofnfequenrea widely d fferent probaby relult I am not apt to br to ufe language of the French if ficial man in England Vete ihe Firft Conful ol Lcannot fo foon forget the laie metrting at Which at attributed to mere theconfquentts of which have ihit the panics meet merely to compliment each though that was given out as inW only It is KJ ftate pofitively and precifely what was the real objer of your viiitto a tolerably c rrecl with refpeiii to myt formed from a review of your omdudl fince the of the pveliminary a When the terms of that trexuy were firfl made there were perjns anpuine m ugh to that you would nrr gve it your approba tion othets were of a difiereut could fee nothijig to tope for in ihe friend and ad of Fitzgerald and ftpinjJiv which for the you took a very opportunity tn the delivered at the on rhe 10h of Goober which was at the annt verfary of your triumph over loyalty ia Weffmin and the day of the arrival of even at he time nf its appeared tome to be paving the way for rhe very which you have now You congratulated the who were fpend ing their time and money upon on the return of repeatedly that he of it you confldered as of no The peace faid is glorious to France and to the Firft nyoice at We have not gained the object of the and I like the peace fo much the France has fet an which will b highly uleful to all the nations of tht ar4 Great ar from the nature of the coined in which you have yru have crntraced prin ciples of n for unlimited the followed up hyagood brtivtcn thetvto du them f hope we fhall return to temfer which wne w hen we reckoned the time of the expulfion f james a glonous when we rajlitertd one and eleStd It was fufpecled rhat re markable of evenwr noticed by was thar rhe ratification of the treaty was retarded for no othrr purpofe ihan that it might arrive in London on the anniverfary of that which you and yotirpar tizans have chofen fur offering an annual infult to your Sovereign and to the ftufe and loyalty of the This fufpicion was frrongly corroborated by the words of which vcjjs written fir the that all might of a ifTued from the tips of a finger Bleft be tit by HcAvn dcfignd Iojct tin vtarljji unjlafery free In every in every match Jdi famt eternal Hail ifrith and fpread thy round What was meant as rhe de figned by Heaixn ro deliver rhe world from one might have had it not been for a little piece of printed which was handed round ro the and which had on it a redttoerty beraern he letters the initials of NAotyEoiie wiih the following device beneath to the man floriout vifioriei have given pemte to the raiding who will wonder ihap jpu arnow in Who will wonder at tlie pom on you by the rhe gracious reception given you by Bonaparte the paid ycu by theman by heaven defigned to the world from iree at the long which you hav had with that man And Whowill not eafily guefs at the fulijefl of thofe converiattons I we ae told by the inform ed yofl exirernefy to mjft fumew hat new There faid but two Nations in the of whith occupy the nnd the Tht the the living under the fame civil the fame the and alnvft the fame all of one family and thofe men who ro re kiijdle war among are advocates f r civil war mhefe have maintained in your with art energy which does equal 10 yovir hrad and your did not kanv this I have read falfhood and nonfenfe enough under the title of fpeeches of Fox but never did I till mformtd of it by the Firft that ym hnd in thofe that the mind the el cetera made but one and all lived under the fame civil If this be it is pretty evident that Bonaparte is at the bead of all this family France is the home of Eng like ii no more than a or co which may be governed by a I di not fjiy ihar you view the matter in this the Firtt the man by heaven de t fet the world from ftavery certainly Uuei view it in his his words amount to noihing more ihajj rmre gibberilh The Monu does tun us wheiher the Chief Conful wiih you abnit the Englifh rhir time when we eajhured oat elected anther in This io de all thofe wh like the and are fuch ardent and fmrere of refcrved for a do not know that I have to accufe try felf being over but I fhiuld really like to ham heard pafied between you on this Accufe roe nor of dealing in dark ah4 uendos totonvince you that I do I will telly oil that 1 am fincerely jberfuaded otily object of yotir journey to of your vifirs to male Miutfter of thit ly fit You have long defpai Land without good rea any efjRcent The tefpedlable pan of your friends have dropped away froth you by degnes and w demagog of more nerve and activity than havefupplanied you in rhe heats of the rabble t fo as to of any in this you have none tvdrth fpeakiug of not b at any as could poQibly procure you even a fubialteru fituaiion amongfl the fervants of the Thus fircum you I previous 10 the fallen inio a Rate of indifference with refpeM to That event feetns to have roufed your dormant During the long tfafon of the the the glory of you were perfectly infenfibie You I dare per ceive the opportunity which offered forretrieving your character and rorvfequence by an honourable and honeft difplay of ihofe nnngaliican you fcumerVy affected to entertain but this road to the fumrnir of your vvifhfs was prefented too many required more p mme more and infinitely more real patnnnfm than you eVer had your of Bonaparte uiight well be regan ed as mo e efficacious than all thefe virtues You might that this man would be able to impofe a mtnifler upon the King as to the choice of that you might be very he had demanded and the icleae of Napper could have no objection either to the principles or perfon the firiend There will bfr little ncedoffbm t The recommcndatiant of fnveriors are tan tamount to commands and it would be perfedllj natural for Bonapate to as Prime Mi ni fler of theonly in it under flandsr and who has fuppotted Ae Ac cording to which ihr the the are nil bat one na tion the man who has repeatedly that tifif land is who has publicly given his fanclion to the that Bonapare is dr figi ed by heaven to Jfret tie taorld from That the Chef Contul and the honeft Taiieyrand would interfere in the internal affairs of this coun nobody canbelieve vyho Has heard the of Lords Hawkfbury and or uh attended to thai moft excellent illuftration of them current in Germany but Bona parte without incurring the charge of inter a tender of his efpecially as the French and Engltfh are now one nation he 31 any ratejuft venture to hint the chan relof e Moniteurat leaft that Fox is the only Englifh wht poflTedcs his tHeertv and whohas infiuence enough with him to ferve id this the bitflags of This is the pel by which we are ExarTlly will pretei d to nor wtH lr lengthen outa which is already too with an anticipation of the joy which tlie republican prints in London will foon begin to exprcfs at the good underftand ing exiting between you and Chief Conful and as to a ferious expofure of your fteteaJed mo tives for vifiring to the examination of the manufcriptv of the Scotch you will certainly not be fo unreafonable as to require it at my I conclude without OBI this a few which will 1 be deemed and to which 1 think the public have a right to expect an an What need had you to fet the which it is pretended you went to examine f you hore to find in them fomerhing wherewith to add to your hbrlsagainft the Houfe of libels for which you ought to have been Called to account long enough ago could you not have de puted fome one tomake the from the wellknown flate of your it is aWolutely icnpoflible for you to read a lingle line of the manuttripts uppnfc for a moment that yon were obliged to gito Paris on this Arthur OConnor obliged t meet you at and to pafs the evening with you teles tele Was fcon afier your arrival at obliged to follow you in the company and in the carriage Lord Oxford was Eifk ne obliged 10 beak off from the enchantments of a in order to meet you in the capital of ihe world Did all ihefe together with and many other ptrfons of the defcription did they want to read rhe manuftripts ton Again tu what arc we to attribute the military paid you ai at at and particularly the fordiers of do not move without ordcrt the garrifons of thefe towns knew nothing of Charles Fox j they I dare never heard your name muft not your be afcnbed ro directions which they had received from iheir fuperiors r And does nor this prove ihat Bonaparte was not only apprized vour incended bur m nuiely infirmed of all the ciicumfiances of the time and manner of it 1 have already fpoken of the perfonal notice w hicli Bunnparte Iws uiken of you f bur how came Bona partes wife to break through ihe rules of her in favour of who is the only Eng lifhwoman not before prefemed to the Queen whom Bunaparte has condefcended toTcxeive Why this rrurkedejcception i And here let ms afk by way of how your which had been a ecret for eight fhuuld have been divulged juft at this time The mo whether good or from w hich that had been muft have been very powerful in by what ftill more powerful we e at overcome I paufe for a re and in mean your humble fer uf Sept The following ii the of the votes given in the aft Sitting of the Extra ordinary Deputation i SubDelegate confirms what he bled in Prepared to enter upori a Negotiation Conformable to with the Plenipotentiarr of the trench under the miffion of be that it improper to teftify to the Preach and Ruffian Mi the confidence which the Germanic Body have t he equitable of their confiituents and to jgivc to both the aflurance that the Deputation of the Empire will take their amicable propofitioni into mature ana The Plan of furnifhes matter for fnch different and it appears atio fo jnuch to require more precifc which are neceflary to the advantage of the Germanic Body and in that the on account the fliortncfi of time which ctapfed face the publi cation of the is not yet ahk ttr declare opinion on the fubjcdL He to himftlf the right of giving kit vote in a fa tare His fince UIi acceffion to the in his double quality of poorer and of one of the firft and of the hat had no more anxinu wiih in view botn at the of ter the conclulion of be Treaty of Peace of Campo For miov and after the Peace of the Empire concluded at Lu neville thaa to fee regulated as footr and in a manner generally the attain of the Indemni ties the termination of wfeieh fo neeefiary tothe per fed traaquiuttv and Cafiety of the He hai thr confolatory of not having f pared any NegOcia t ftcp tending to evince hu goodwill and he bceotruly affected every lime that ia fpite Of hU difinte reltedacfs in laflis he has as Sovereign Power and State of ihe Empire he has met with difficul ties which have prevented him from attuning the end pro Majefty is far from reproaching any one hp on the in intends fo for caufe which hindered the aercMnpKSralvoc of fineere and Qcncvotenti Hence titnent of gratitude Fraoec and whkJhavc united prefcnt to rfte fttputarfob a firft relates to the which Princes and States have to in virtue of the Peace of which tliat Appear to be equally the future fafetr of Majefly to fimplify as mtfth poffibk the mode treating it would be pri and conformable to the to take firft into conf deration all that in the Plan to the Ol of The ia dik reeled to That by a which hall be adopted as fpec dily as the Plan of Indemnity be adopted altoge ther to put an end to all the apprcbenfions of at longer delay in the regulation of tbe this be an indifpenfiblt thing that as it mufl be forefcta that divers prcffing and even well founded claims may be which will require thit fome modifltationi be ad it will be ncccflary to in the previous this power of doing what hall be proper upon that and that in order to be able to do fpetdy jufhce to thefe the Deputation do concert with the Minifters of the mediating in order to obtain from them the nccefiary explanations upon fuch ob in order tiiat tUey may be comprifed in the and final which hall be adoptedwithout and fubmttted to the Imperial His TLatr the declaration to the Deputation be accepted1 In common by previous which Hi ill be adopted without Relative to the which may arifc and the that may refult from be made in the Conclnfum of the Depuration the ncccf fary It will be in order to ar range the objpft more to receive the modifica without rROM THE Weyefterday received a Moniteur of the which contains an account of thintlallation of the new Republic of rhe Tlie ony point wor thy of notice in iliis ceremony is that the Republic has been decfored equally indepeadenr of Franc and In ihe Addrefs to the People of the the Freneli Government takes credit to itfelf for rcfloring peace to and that it devoted the firf mememsof tranquillity to conddering of the means of enabling them to en joy the beneficent of this by termi nating their flare of k then continues M fiaierthu the and Helvetic Re publics have coiiclidd a frmn by which he independence nf the Valaii is eflablifted under the guarantee and protection of thofe three Repub The Addrefs concludes with the nomination offeveiral individuals to the ports of Grand of Adrfparch has becrn received at Paris from MagaHon dated lilc of June Fr C ace unr of the general fatisfadlion which tlie ntusof he general peace ceived in thai Colony and that the tran which has nw Succeeded to the flate of alarm in rhatpart of the isaeonqueft which the Firfl ConFut alone enabled to Be fore this difpatch was fent oflf another veffel on rhe zjh wirh the news of the fignaiurf of the definitive treaty of which increafed the happtnefs of Jie people to a degree of 1 he FirRCvnful appears firmly refojved to effecl the union of Piedmont witt the French Republic end he has intimated to rhe Ruffian and Pruffian MiniRers at hat his Sardinian Majefty hall be fully k rather diffi cult to conceive how this project can be practica The Dually of Psmna was deftined fo becoroe an indemnity but the reigning Duke refufes to renounce his alledging that though the Fift in his imuiirkencet had thought pro per to bettow on his fun the Crown of he could nor conceive why this aS of Confula1 liberality fhould compel him to relinquifh his owa hereditary In the Duke hai made fuch forcible teprefcntations on this to the Court of Madrid and the Cunfular Go that a new it is has lately by which his new Etrurian Wiijefiy is to abdicate his and 10 receives of ducats prr 1 his it has actually fet off for contrary to the earneft w ifhes nnd entreaties ol his and the hkh has been appointed durn6 his is turniftied with unlimiied Near two hundred thoufand pounds have already lubfcribed for thf formation of the Canal between Portfrnomh and

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