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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - September 30, 1802, Dublin, Dublin GARNER1NV The experiment of my ihirtyfirft and of my 5th defcent in a took place Tutfdny on a very fine and in A of underiake experiment i 11 pietry i V tT thedrfilxr hieH which are by that a ma of fall1 oh fltetiprii Irt one one of the Confolar recMion of citiij In ufe of tlie coniBclfdJ Joime alone the di 1 Conceived and fcfln tlie Right Joiiij Smith aridtook their theBalrf pleated i f ft Regt th who retjVW J 1 I Rtp Ifcij tmckj from to Vice1 jldflrearn 4th to be Cipkaip of aft thfillarl of who iRcgt haftened thefilling rtf Pilot BaUffcri roe the H ascon o w wf CO DC tain of 9 who v ad tft RefcL jatnes tobe by rice MacdnniUA who retires 4th Curdftream to bf 34 ih Major i T r p i r 3jth J fraincu jolih K fftTie anxious my pxepufed with aH r by hfllftance the moft fhecl prtJdufip the At length Jt fiaf to liftift xny and tq Vplace nftJelf fight if in 1 haSre poi my I afcentftVoed the Height of the which was at I now prefTr the moment of my antl the pfr iori of rny fulfilling by the BriiKB cprds were cut ve frorh on titode list ftjit up their fighs and prayers for my in form of me over s niajeftlc nay and rpfe thro and tniii where the fold that into the upper rpgirn I followed aiten ihe route 1 was arid perceived I reached the extremity ofthe and tl arlmmenfe nny ce 1 found tP mcbes the Iky was clejarrrthe rnment I threw down rt y to tndea d that I was on me Afldreozzis nijnarrival jiolittle and iome flight u l i w We of his hatiHgMt Jt was the this that there demur r wefidtibelieve are leldojm g foon as now the LegiflatiVe Body Report upon the Situation of the purpofely out of fight the great preponderating ofthe ErencV fie aflone gives conftquericeand confideraiion Powers of CORRESPp of the iriflueiuce of the FrHt to lnji ha iaidySft oFF wifhed be fired on the iCbittitiieht fa Jfcnfojtifc j hale Idft jjff 1 T M TV flfiice an fenglifiman wifn either or been by the fij have been fofa the vdlue of ihe he had me therewasno ia as as enemy Of the whijrh1 was wub hiiobig con l1 c was noj feciife whilft Pdlir t T v t a rope did iipf wanfof notificaiiohs ofthe r3 fulf of theCnngrefs at to ejtprefs their ap the proceedings of the and trniir joy at in the fyflem or the the bafis of its chieflyr depends the future of Italw to fljew 10 thepeople aflsmbltd that I ihe point of fufpended Heaven atid eyery n meafured that feparared me from Teft of 1 felt my couiage confirmed by ihe certaintj that my combinations Jvere I then tookout my vith tl hand ctnfciente Void of und which had never bwen lifted agaiivft sny one but in tire field ff I cut the My Twlloon I frtrrnyiVlf v iih a unfold ing of my 1 faw all my calcula tions were and rrrjmind remained and Iendtivnirrd tomodulatemy and the ufcillaiic n which I experienced encrenftd ifl proportion as I approached the breeze ihat blows in the middle Nearly ten minutes had 1 felt that the more time 1 took inde the fafet I ihould Teach the At length 1 perceived thoufands of futne oh outers on of whom encouraged me by iheir while they opened tiieir arms 10 rereve I iame nenr the after one I and quitted the without any hock or The firft perfcn that cnme to me preffcd me in his arms without lofing any 1 employed tnyfelf in detaching the principal cinle of the pa anxious to lave the inftrurnent that had fo guaranteed me but a crowd foon furrounded hold of and carried me in til the Cuufequeiue and effecfl of the hacj ibliged ihe pro cefljon to top I was then feized with a painful which I ufually for fcveral after a defcent in a The a permitted me to get pn horfebsick a numerous iavalcade approached to krepofF ihe vihofc cntrMifmlm and tranf ports incommoded me not a At nf ter feveral nllproduced by the univeifal inerefls with which 1 was honorfdj I withdrew trotn the any oil accident than that of Juving haimy right fqt een liorfe I rode an j a horfeman nh preiled too to My araihute was preferved aswell as could be few pf the cords only I have jufi leared thai my Baloondefceudfd on the zad OVedncicluy at Abraham Hard near iiire miles beyond in whffre it is in as np pcars by ihe Letter TO have the plrafure to iniorin of findiui tVballoon of in the of September and to acquaint tjut it fliall be taken care of till you fend for ABRAHAM it informs the Legrflaurethnt the Republic fs in friendly rtlarions with o fjmilar relarions all the orher Bngland lirving jufi declared that orders wjfl be irntnediatey given to rjefpetf ihd and to receive them ia an annfcable The divides itfelf heads r Th extftiial Delations of tte Itj Moral Public with w ho ifrppte th parties wnicji ing tKat Briiuch imprefiwh on rfse CoAfuL n opjkvtbe de o w by frguinent triat I are mtichj He comes Citizei flutjet me ten h ad j tic tOfttnjafrr flutjet me ten wi atttSiii t dtxrernfa ljm ftriick ftruck by put afmiJing air and faid4 a have had iw liofllle duo and tlie yery ixext they King lent flate of health t 2 f I and water dwes up takes of pbft of his improvement of Aflorrling to Garncrins he had Qp rfie height of 4154Ffench fectTuefdny JtefiuiKus of the current thtfecoKd ttitrd Gb vernrnent prove to that tWe1 public mirid is ftfll in a errore luch fiiys the cTiumftraices prefenr to the view of the attentive 1 he new Government in ftrong he difficulties had to ftruggle No unnnunity among tlie Peoplenr of atfion or in the different departments nrange mixture of new principles grafted upon an produced the grekjelf corifufion the admmiflratiou of one department differed entirely with the government the neighbouring depart ment what was perm tied in prohibited in was punched intone re warded another in a gcnercil and irregulariiyr pervaded all the Amiclfl fuch a of themainagemm of the finances may well be fuppofVd to have been attended with lance is a fub jecl ihat not be but with a delicate All rough and rurle rensedies it rejectsand droops and falls away when to the ftormy and tempefiuous blnfis of Kifionaty The expenditure of the Italian Republic rj ceeds the revenue nnd the tfielr very candidly confds the and enter into an able review of al methods by which the recelpts an4 exigences can be they dare not have recourfe it is ooly coun tries and Conftitutions long where confi dence has grown up that rhoney can be Arrowed at a reafonable rate and feles of are the oily which the Itqlian propofe to have wcourfe r A fried lalt is to be rceftab1ilhed and n regifter dutjv andfume new ftamp are to be J Tin nat on ii endeav Hired to be f efh by bring reminded that the rune is no more round in the repofe of the reward political Since thranTiies ot have again furjd out the roncl to it is ift that Italy one cla lcLr dldieijt ihe roads of the whole BH an Thry in ieed the Vriiff rds of ihe world muft content her IclT Wth follouihg the fate of that once tributarjto rnuft be content receive laws Jrom the Power upqnwiiich he for unpolcd Letters from Switzerland remark that a confidcr able pan of the native trpdps have rcfufcd to atfl againft the AnotherLcttcri fame r The Leaders heGcrverntnent of France are alCady alanmed for the fefety of the new political fabric they with fo much curious la and high In a meerhig of the Confular Privy the jrefentjftate of public and its difpofuions toxvards tlieextfting were the fiibjecl of a ferious It that neither the Jacobins Roy rifts new party was which prefented to both tbofe a common point of union Tne perfonal enemies of the Firft and of hisAdminiflratbh chiifiy employs and thofc changes ofthe Revolmion nave and without adequately gratifyiBgiitProprietors of lands newly purchaf that the prefent Government may have views inconfiftent thtir feeurity in their think that if new con vuldpns could be any Irow the Sam Cu httcs rhe Old once more tri umph and the fancy to the rerloration ot nothing more is named but Bonapartes al are to join in a many headed w h fe mnchinations extend over all if and efforts were might quicklymenace Confular al1 who pieleni the that the pubicmiiid n6t at the moft ihat tne People think mMch ol tajcanpn upon than of the fplen did fchenies whichthe Firft zealous to To crufh the growing put to lilence the murmurs of other cuurfe appeared left but in which feemcd ennrejy that of a new and ex perfoh on whom fufpicioo could as being an agitator in new A Committee tf uith to dieeft a new pl8D of ColonizationfUch as may aiford a fair pretence to fend all n ho are obnoxious to Bo to wander among the wilds of or topenlh under the heats of xv t another private Ml is impoffiblB for the Panfians to fuppQfP that lney not 1ve Ulder xvortlRepublique written in large 11 y he bat t pon all the public The Tree of LibertvC is planted m the Courts of ihefe buildings un ike the it is to reprtfent rally chofen ihe tree of the of The than any has that conferred upon 1 obferved of thefe trees in villages in the of Pans and little eerog to prevail replace pretau 11 Thtidcvuflations which have been made the Churrher throughout o troul heacquires fiich an important theBoard 3fld aUvanrage to Uord Governor fy theririitthlvldil learritBat Ltlion hns hadrhrs firft he Adminiftraiion of the States at delivered his THe Ruffiaft Minifiers were daily i laft froin Sir Hbini jffi him at baffies to Perfian and Sir was to convey Indian army from A Letter A boat has jjift trr fifVeieh hcliUfsi frdm 1 have converfed vvuh one qf ifcfe who appears to imelUgem orders hate been sft to any veflel yihicbicmered the has been ftri5fy led to place1 beuVeen tKe GojverjfinVfnt Pruffian a ec irernely Irtyanfjo el to that the pobufaiioh N fiderably eVen tincfe tradethry have Mttle in heatiributed to the yery which been on almoft all articles of by the French Coverpment The following tmn to has Werj r He adds that a tax of hai laid uponall Bmtih Coals It is afTertrd in a letier lately addrfltd Arihur at paired the evening in corllpany Wie hrtve no doubr but tKat Foxs friends will 311 foward andyjndicate hii cha feciovs Acc vding tn from a memo rial finned by merchants in ihat on tie Qbjc cf bn ijle miponaupn of been prefchid to the Prince Regcnt by the Bntifh tvhich IB ionre fort tie as ihe prohibit non is now 10 xskp plact till tlie 28ili of No vember The Engl according to letters from BrufTilv continue to jnike of at tharciry and at Aritwerp for which they pay an exctflive price lately givtn to an cminear for pic ture paintedby himfclf Another of fered 25 for a picture by the proprietor of it infifled having and it is thought he Pefons from England are Rated to be now in Bruffels with com millions to an immenfe who give for pic tures the hi g he ft poflible The vifitors to Paris may in general be literally called lirds of pajfage Tlie enormous ejtpences cbliije them to iciurn before they have time to fee Ijalf oil M hich are graruirrtuflv Thev jufi hnvea and theHteU keepers rskc CM re tbfit they hallpy
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