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   Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 28, 1802, Dublin, Dublin                                The fpirit of info rrefl IV Wry few perfuns tftw there lejs than v appeared very and ftaggered gecitly at get out of the tw very has already feparated Helretia from the fraying he UdcWiencti Cantons of and the fai Grif is presiding more and Zug is on ihe poWaf declaring the Gove At leaden we lermefttation increafes daily j at Zurich vfie ftocietit Ghieft of the CWoti Wave delibe ated in Aftemblies tn adopt a and hive prevented the picked troops of the fjrofn entering the The gates were and they were forced to encamp outfide the of to hinrfronitHe A pro rom Arau we learn that have cpmmenc cefii n then took place along he New ar truoptsJpd j tended by an immenfe whKh b re before and fet to the to vn I the hoop of the to denote that Seffr i the Eaftern pare of the Garnenn was on his A Gentleman alfo rode Helvetic except and a part of by his waving the flag u fed by the ajronaut it n rebellion the was at one To riofeat as to deprive himf A perfon on in me mediattrly and placed Garnerin on his His fituation again became as the crowd froimcuriufuy preflVd clbfe upon that he was in great dangrr of being trown to the hpn feveral Gswleroap feeing his formed themfeives into a body the tmiohal Canums arrn with eroiflaries fiom the fitiairQanrous and the eijfstoant which pfomife country abolition of all Thefe fuggeftions The Helvetic troops have qtielledjhe infurrec tioa in fome of the Wtltsrn their is too jncmfldeiable to remedy the TRedings who has been fxr iom at head of the Illegal af femWies havingtaken flace at troops have been The town hat been Such is ftate of it learn by the way of that at the of La the Cape 1 A n I the two had am the moft mutin Sorru about a dozen of have alien viclims at the Frigates fentto Iflrf of Negroes have been ons punnhed and tKT have ben women ant chili the Crtizon is appointed Extra Commiffioner conformably to the of the f h Article of the Treaty of Peace between France and every to he of the limits of the States 6n fide uf the f afcent on Tuefday io his ba and in a to the fineneis ot excited the public expectation to a higher de thaa any preceding aeronautic il The ground choien lor the afcenfion as ii North Gr was recommended by its being entirely m doledby which prevented promifcuous from viewing the in tiis for The proprietors the adjoining buildings h made the moft tif thefpace which they could allot for the purjtile roof adjoining the and even every being crowded with f fcaffbtdings were wherever it pofitole form which were hhewife thrunged with whole weight threatened everymoment break down the feeble boards that fupported The ground did not begin to fill part four five it was The Walloon nearly filled ar b it the inflation ion tiuoed till near haifpaft In thecourfe of ihis Garnerin affixed two or three notices to the netting of the rvquefltng thofe perfons in nvhofe grounds it might to return it to its The and the baiket attached to remained in the mean time on the at a hort About five oclock a fimll was inflated and fern t indicate ihe ftate of the which took nearly an The great balloon bfing at length fumciently in the car was taken from and the ropes Ketd it down were A great numberpf perfotw now held it with tome with the baflcet attached to This bring Gamenn got into the the with its ifloyrlyand majefticaHy atcendeda lew minutes be fore Garnerin waved ihe BnuOi vwhich ho held in his The tout of was peculiarly beautiful and tnagnifi The remarkably and not to be the motion of the a cl wvas fcarcely balloo afcended to a confiderable taking Hnyin Garnerincutnwuy the Hearty an s his many ladies on the Watching the progrels of ihe h H with imagining the ad fcreaim be involved in tiie geattfft Yermiroas was the When the ancj to fcilloon gave a fudden i tarcely a meirfe lill i was whilfi rhe parachu e direction mor to the a kind of proceded nearly with parachujej was irregular m to it ap tle iimeg like a and was not i j ne bal Iri n moments afw he had V the parachute and it jn or at its delceot was time its wns grtat that no in his Mr GarneHn was confulted to u hat part of the town he wiihed io be conducted to and mentioned ihe cavalcade proceeded m that and reached Baker M nreet ithout interruption j but Garnerin not produced the fingutar eflfea of making the finding his friends at took refuge at a houfe of the and thofe of an ab in where he remained umil the Mute atl together the Confti jmbb We didLnot hear of any accident though the crowded fcnffoldings adjoining feemed to t hreatea fome ferious inisfon Benohes were Commodioufly arranged for the accommodation of the fpedaton round the inctofed area in which were placed the balloon and The ap paratus for filling the balloon was placed in an ad joining from whence me tubes were extended to the This is the firft experimeni of the kind in this and we fincerely hope it will be the Wemenn hot to detract fiom the fkill and the cou rage difplayed upon occa fion indeed it would be if we were f inclined j but themnn feel any plea fure in feeing the life of his fellowcreature ex pofed ro Inch imminent without any ade quate muft polTels enter the moft unjufti or ihe niofl Several decrees have been ifTued in cmfequence of the recent nominations to the Senate end the Cumil of Fouches and RoodereVs new appointments are considered as a kind of tlexhton is a juft tribute to has bean univerfalty approved G n at Brtme has bero appointed AmbafTador to the Sublime Ae thefe aprontrrents of Generals to to prove to every Court in turope thai Frauce is a Military Governtnent Or are they to remove from the might poflibly impede the march 6f the Confular power Two important arrertes have ben with refpedl and All W hue Prnpcietors at prejrnt in are ordered to return to thefe on pain of hav ing thrir property plated under Cr arr perfons oia condition of as t6 thole an capable of their are alfo hibited irom iniittuting againfi or thetr for the payment of contracted anterior to the i ft of January the pro of the Domingo Proprietors in may be proceeded againlf for debts which have nj relation to Domingo The Funds experienced an unexpecled fall this We are unable to account for ihe No political event can have occafioned it for ihr Indemnities may be confide red as tho perfecl cordiality may not exift between all the Powers upon the there is not the leaft likelihood ot hofliiities breaking The French Ambaflador is not yet it expecled that he would make IMS entrance into London tre anniverfary of the day on which Fiance declared a and in the French his Excellencys nonarrival can hardly have had any effect upon the there is no doubt of his being on his way to this whether he arrives H day fooner or is furely a matter of no T keenly caufe to which we can airibute this is the qmntty of Omnium to be redeemed at the OrdersJmve been given by the Emperor of Ruf that the money due to the Brnifh Merchants for the loftes by the hall be now paid at the pioper as faft as the claigcs given in anJ The hole amount is feven hun dred thoufand KINSS Majefties came from Windfor ytltciday to from whence the King procerded to and held a Levee Jamess it eeing the Anniverfary of the it oblerved wuh the ufual demonfira the who were Knighis of the different appeared in their leveral in The Court commenced at one and wns attended by the following Noblemen and Gen of diftinclion confidering the time of the C urt was rather numerous than the company prefent the French wbofe fucceiFor is hourly expell and Heflian Ambaf x Imperial Charge des ion Could view wifbtvut Turkfh Charge the ftfcling forhts fte he was fwung with fttcK Channel the Chancellor of the lottty backward and forward in that every Alderman Sir 1 one irembed Or his perilous AS he the vjf the motion of the bafkt fcettied to and when his iituatiun could no longer he feen forhe fome thouOnds from different quarters either ian or rode on bik to the place v hee lie appeared to have learn his found he had in yn incl fed fieU between the Sttwllpox Hofpital and On coming to the he rewued fome violent fijocks from the vilocity with whtth the bafkct came in contadi pearett A riumber of Generitrhtving preleiwedi them at thelaft for fdmimon ments were officers t that iKfttiffitttary were unwining to lalteupon thcmfelves the iatk of exeltduie ded thaf it confided to the guardians ot the There have fome very earneft complainis on this and to whom they hwe the orjder he no perfon could be ad muted on ifebfe diye bur by a igned by in 6r ai he to avoid a confufiba which had1 hi withihc When Garneria firft alight and A to the late General Sloper had an audience he K anrt delivered up the red ru ty that ollieer asKnighs fo nobon the The Jollow ing GturlrrotfTi took leave LordfL on fcttipg oS on his journey to Lifboq Major on going io TKe et IVJiniftrrs haviug had the Ring town at four oclock for we are happy to is quite reco yeted from bis late ievcrc deprived the railfcraty of tfiar uni fortniy and dignity which k is tne defigji of tfatf government to give to It U thai this pretext did not impofc on the the fame Gw the officers of the guard admit their without any other than ing their names to be infer ibed on a lift by one of Ac The more retired than ever and It is that he wifhes gradually toremove all the military men whom their or Ibng authorized to approach fbmh and without obferv ing the It is at Cloud that forms of admiffion and prefentations will be finally as well as the order of doing bufinefs ith the and all the of difference that to diflinguifh ihe fubaltern in the organifation of the new who conceived that thr cohdull ac like thiit of at was not likely to do much honor to tbefyflem of military diflo recommended to make an example of him r he has been exiled to the town of by a pri vate order of ike Conful but it is thought his ex ile will nut la ft Among the late charges iti the Minifterial ihe mofl remarkable is ihrfoppreffion of the place of Minifter It would feem that by depriving a mam France and whom Europe has judged a dreaded the Chief Conful meant to repltice France under the Cunfiitutional If this rneafura had not for i fule objetft to concentrate the action of the and to confide it to a man more docile than and lefs difguHing by his Another Dune As every citing in ihisCounty is convened into a fetf for the amufement of the the of the Republican Year fits Jowt are fct apart for is ttrnvu the ftte The fqoare of the Vuux Louvre is tified up for the reception f of all t he of rlie natural and artificial prduce of the Thefe are expofed 10 aid the people flxk in great nuinbf rs t exrtinine iKe pnidudions of or the imprmements which have taken plave in nny of ihe ma nu The Fete Commenced yef it tiH the ifl the be ginning of ihe French c at the expofinon of the prtfem year Jar fuipaflrs 61 the and fliews that great improvements have been There feems in to exift a very general difpufitiou to increafe ami improve rhe natural productions of andsgricultttre particularly is the univcdal but does not leetn to Thofe wtiO are ap re henfivc that the French will rivnl us in our trade and may lay afide all their until they find the habits and of t he people totally changed from what they are at There fcarcely exifls here what can be cale1 fociety but there are in lieu of a multiplicity of objetfht of There are for the even Theatres of all and for the the Public Gardens f the and of the both of which have been very much The fordinsJtt together with the Galleries of Pictures and are on flawed da3s open to the In addition to Fetes and lllununationt arevery N can that the Government does not take pains to divert the There are thofe a tribute this as much to as to an attention to The attraclions of this City have drawn here Foreigners of all but particularly ihe of whom there area greater nurrber ilum at any period previous to the Tie Maflers of the Huteb o ad vantage of this as it th y thought rheir harvefl would not la I and their charges are very Among my country men ape mo ft of the Members of the Old General Ft Mr M are here and Lord Hola Lord Mr have lately left this Lord Oxford and Arthur OConnor are fold to have arrived here about a week ago t Fox continues to be treated wiJi the mo ft market both by the Chief and by Monficur Whether the aircm btage here of fo many perf of me fame pariy is matter of w her they have any ob jtS in is ihe fubjecl of much converfarion among the Ti ey do not fcruple to that Fox be Minifter before it is and in faying they refer to an event whith every good Englifhrnan muH moft heartily with may be very far diflam General Andreoffi fets out immediately on his EmbalTy to He is a man of very eminent as an and has wrutm ably upon that Ht of excellent and though he does not poflefs thofe poldhed man oers which have been often found in perfons in the Diplomatic he has many good qualities whch will make him refpeded in England The Englifh Newfpaperscominue to be fli ifly prohibited like every thing ele that partes io is the fubjtcl only of a joke among Parifiaast for all ferious converfarion upon politi cal fc ems to be av an One of the i w rofd mat he thought the fup them mote injurious to the Firft Confiil i calumnies nfi the obfervations on ment which they could have circulated could fibly have But becaufe he is emended he does not the lefs read As you probably do hot wjft to ioftn T mfr i r T Paperiny renecltons upon neGoverninentr 1 not communicatemy ihjit t in this it is any Fore cdn have vrfited it wiAbut rtomeili a repofe infter Xnere appears no otjher All othef confiderationi feem to be in tKis one feritinjepr f hey hive fufferedfoj verely tpr that they drejd any alt arid if the people at large Md decide t they uotild ubmit 19 the Gfiverii Perfiav or any rather than a tion at the prtfent moment fo much does or what they haye fufffrr d ve deadened id fpirit of jthe have from Boljznil Has brought no f are on the point of taking place in Emba Count u 101 Cobentjfcl at Count S tad ion ceed CountSrahrerrberg at the ArtiDaflador to Charles of his An is fatd ro Ibvebeen between the French and Aitflrian with to Extraft of Letter from an Officer dif Itantr Companys in Mai J It is wuh great rfag the greater part of the troops are inreadinefs u orofs the reach in iive i of their divifions are adl vanced in the The Pacha of Egypt has been attentive and friendly in the higheft and has done every thing in his power toexpedite our march From every appearance at I anticipate a and fptedy march to hope that all the troops will be embarked and ready to fait lor their feveral portyof deft ina tion early in t am truly happy ro e arib hkely leave this cminry vvjih ntttror no the had but few cafes and only one doubfuljl ar It has ever been the anxious ftudyrf General Baud to guard againft this and he muft experience that we have fuffer cd comparariwy in fo fmrtll a Letters fom contradicl the report thaB the preparing to evacuate j on iris laid thatthey iarg reinforcements fpirit of refinance Switzerland Xtrems to bur the powerful iinerpofirion of France will probably fooo reftony the fmbfance at of There is at prefent a fum of ndtefs than eighr milliorw lying at the Bank belonging to iheTrea the greater part of intocit by the payment of Dividends and By s vetieiairived in the NewYurie Papers have been receivded of the 11 th of from which it would appear that fome degree of alarm rcfpeelng rhe contagious fever Hill prevailed both in NewYork and The losing articles are copied from The NewYork Daily AdvrrKer The favourable Rate of the health of this city apparent from the lift of deaths for laft inch falls fhort of the week The greatefl mortality as iaulua through the among children i the proportion between them and aduke being as three to By private accounts yeflerday from Philadel we learn that the alarm relocating the fever was ft ill very and that the irhabi ants were vry gnerallj removing from as the moft effclual mrniis of pteventtng the ravages of this dreadful A French frigate of 54 guns and 400 three months frnj on a has put into this port for water and provi She ha 1 anchored ar the quarantine gr Laft month were launched cw i eightygun the Uriel and in preVnce of the of of the Imperial F m the rhe Diplbmatic and an immenle con cnurle of Spectators One of the Native Poets madr ing verftson this Heavenly Kafnul and whofc thuft der from eighty what foe will yc now fub due Your fize is yk fly like the whirlwind ye hurl your 1 But it in vain Ruflia has no cncinies Fly anuouucc tu the the humane dcdgus of the Angel who hu given peace the original Ruffian very are attributed to the Privy Coun Count Dirmtri Caw A curious fraud Inrely attempted tifed at during the drawing of ihe Lot tery Several amongft w h m were fome employed in ihe having combined contrived to introduce a network into the xv which ifolated apart of in which nly rhe nveny laft numbers were to be Ai the in of the perfon charged wth moving the who was in the was to pre ent to f e i v hrfe bufinefs it was to hh hind in the the opening with the fpsue in wliuh the chofen numbers were They calculated gaining ner by tliis fraudulent courrivnn tions were difappoined by the difcive y f ineir which was accidentally made by perlon employed to oj en the doors of he wlowas not in the Several of rhe panus wart imrncdiately   

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